Electrical Vehicles Battery Management System With Charge Monitor and fire protection
Prof. Kalpana A Patel, Harshal Sanjay Patil, Bhavesh Dattatray Pawar, Jaypalsing Rupsing Girase, Kalpesh pravin marathe
Nowadays, the majority of automakers produce electrical cars for two- and four-wheel drive. Consequently, batteries become a crucial component and better techniques for figuring out how much a car can charge are needed. To prevent overcharging or deep depletion of batteries, an effective battery management system must be designed and developed. To lessen damage, increase the lifetime of electric vehicles, and protect the electronics they power, electric vehicles should have an accurate state of charge assessment. This project proposes a real-time Battery Monitoring System (BMS) that shows the critical metrics and uses the State of charge (Soc) technique. Using the Arduino environment, appropriate sensor technologies, a central CPU, and interface devices, the recommended BMS is realized on a hardware platform.
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Unique Paper ID: 165028

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 11, Issue 1

Page(s): 22 - 24
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