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prabhakar_deosthali
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re: Balance hybrid/EV battery packs to extend operational lifetime: Pt. 1—Hardware and strategy
prabhakar_deosthali   12/21/2011 11:48:28 AM
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As per my knowledge cell matching is done right at the battery manufacturing stage and if done properly then there would not be any need of such a balancing system at the operational level. However there is no harm but only advantage in employing such BMS for every battery stack in an EV.

agk
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re: Balance hybrid/EV battery packs to extend operational lifetime: Pt. 1—Hardware and strategy
agk   12/11/2011 9:04:27 AM
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This article describes clearly the real life problem of the multiple batteries connected. The replacement cost of these batteriies are high there is a good scope for R&D in this area to improve the battery life by employing intelligent chage discharge circuits.



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