Lithium-ion (Li-ion) batteries play an integral part in electrical systems such as those in electric vehicles, cordless power tools, and energy storage systems. This report describes two circuit-based Li-ion cell models and their advantages and limitations.
Supercapacitors are well-suited for energy buffer applications that demand a large storage capacitance or a high pulse current capability. Two supercapacitor models are presented in this application note.
Lithium-ion cells have become a ubiquitous technology in portable electronic devices and electric vehicles due to their high energy density and low maintenance requirements. In this example, the dependence of cell voltage on state of discharge and temperature is modeled using parametric data provided via lookup tables.