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Fast Charging Techniques And Material Specifications Requirement For Lithium Ion batteries Used In Electrical Vehicle: A Review

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Suyog S Hirve, Dr. Deepak S Bankar, Parag Choudhari



Lithium Ion Batteries, Electric Vehicles, Bat-tery Charging Techniques, constant current (CC) method, con-stant voltage (CV) method, constant current constant voltage method(CC-CV), constant temperature constant voltage method(CT-CV).



In todays world, the mobility of goods and people is its peak. To make this happen there are numerous vehicles which can deliver this service. In most recent trends, to avoid damage to the environment Electric Vehicles are extensively used. Tremendous amount of research is going on the field of Electric Vehicle such as Battery Types for improvement in overall performance, inclusion of other factors such as Ultra capacitors for betterment of overall performance, advancement in Brushless DC motors which will be more suitable to use in E- Vehicles. Many of research units have solved the issues related with the above topics. The more focus is to be given on the charging and discharging time for E Vehicles. In this paper, various charging discharging methods used for Lithium ion batteries are discussed. The methods such as constant current (CC) method, constant voltage (CV) method, constant current constant voltage method(CC-CV), constant temperature constant voltage method(CT-CV).Not only the Fast Charging methods will be sufficient to make real change in the Li-ion Batteries but also the materials that are used in these batteries should have the capacity to handle the fast charging. So, according to material properties and specifications the battery needs to be designed and as per fast charging methods suitable fast charging technique can be implemented to it.



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