As automotive fuel consumption and emissions regulations become more stringent on vehicle manufacturers, vehicle electrification is necessary to comply with regulations. This makes batteries one of the most critical components of the vehicle.
To effectively manage the battery, the battery management system needs to perform a number of tasks like computing important parameters like state of charge, protecting the battery from over-charge, under-charge, etc. Other functions include thermal management and communication over the CAN bus.
To validate the BMS controls, most engineers develop a model of the BMS as a first step. In this webinar, you will learn how to build an appropriate battery plant model in GT-SUITE, co-simulation with controls in Simulink and about BMS HiL Controls validation using GT-SUITE.
- Battery modeling fidelities in GT-SUITE: Electrical equivalent and electro-chemical battery modeling
- Co-simulation with BMS controls in MATLAB/Simulink
- MiL, SiL and HiL validation of BMS