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In this course, you will learn the purpose of each component in an equivalent-circuit model of a lithium-ion battery cell, how to determine their parameter values from lab-test data, and how to use them to simulate cell behaviors under different load profiles. By the end of the course, you will be able to: - State the purpose for each component in an equivalent-circuit model - Compute approximate parameter values for a circuit model using data from a simple lab test - Determine coulombic efficiency of a cell from lab-test data - Use provided Octave/MATLAB script to compute open-circuit-voltage relationship for a cell from lab-test data - Use provided Octave/MATLAB script to compute optimized values for dynamic parameters in model - Simulate an electric vehicle to yield estimates of range and to specify drivetrain components - Simulate battery packs to understand and predict behaviors when there is cell-to-cell variation in parameter values...

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VK

Apr 13, 2020

Superb course, well explained. The instructor made difficult concept look so easy. Honors content has some good insights into design of electric vehicles battery pack.

PA

May 13, 2020

Great description of Cell Model. Someone with basic electrical knowledge can easily learn the concepts.

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von Heather V

Nov 02, 2019

Useful information, but definitely disappointing that you can easily get 100% throughout the course and then be caught by surprise on a capstone project that requires significant Matlab knowledge beyond the scope of the rest of the course material.

von Sheng P C

Dec 27, 2018

The course is good. I did learn a lot. But, it will be more useful to provide some guidance in the capstone project. For example, some testing data to validate before submission. It would make it easier to troubleshoot. The submission feedback did not provide enough information to know why the code did not pass.

von Jenna D

Sep 15, 2019

Would have been a lot better if the final programming assignment had any support for questions.

von BHARADWAZ B

May 18, 2020

Very good course which explains how to simulate lithium ion cells and battery packs under different charge, discharge and temperature using equivalent enhanced self correcting model for accurate estimation of parameters under working load conditions.

The pathetic thing is the assignments are evaluated for exact answer only like no range in answers even for decimal answers and mentors are not active also never helps even in discussion forums.

von Mahesh P

May 11, 2020

Excellent content. The instructor is immensely knowledgeable. I would recommend this course 10/10 even for experienced professionals. But Coursera needs to improve their grading system on the projects. It only accepts answers in a certain format.

von Davide C

May 10, 2020

This, together with Course 3 (SOC estimation) was the most interesting course in the specialization. The course simply explains the dynamic model of lithium battery, and how to estimate model parameters based on lab test data.

von Suresh K R

Oct 25, 2019

The content for this course is great, the duration of each topic was clearly illustrated. Thanks to Dr.Gregory L Plett and Coursera team for providing me a wonderful opportunity to learn.

Thank You

Regards

Suresh Kumar

von John R H

Feb 21, 2019

Good class for the fundamentals. I would highly recommend the honors if you don't use Octave. It's a good crash course. Also, take the time to look at some for the underlying code supplied for each lesson.

von Cristian Z

Jun 03, 2020

Excelent course for learning battery modeling and simulation. The concepts on modeling and simulation can be applied to any application besides electrochemical batteries.

von Varun K

Apr 13, 2020

Superb course, well explained. The instructor made difficult concept look so easy. Honors content has some good insights into design of electric vehicles battery pack.

von Piyush A

May 13, 2020

Great description of Cell Model. Someone with basic electrical knowledge can easily learn the concepts.

von Akshay M

Jun 04, 2020

Excellent teaching. However week 6 is bit interesting especially part 1 assignment. Enjoyed the course.

von Albert S

Apr 30, 2019

A fundamental course for any engineer interested in battery control algorithms.

von Sophie T

Dec 08, 2019

Not easy but possible. An excellent course!

von Bhosale K S

May 05, 2020

Very informative course

von Nikhil B

May 26, 2020

Dr. Plett is a great professor! His examples were very insightful and easy to understand. I really enjoyed this course. The only thing that I wish had gone better was the student-mentor interaction. Everything was going well until the last week with the capstone assignment. I really enjoyed learning about the simulation and spent a lot of time trying to submit my assignment. Although my answers were correct, there is an issue with the grader and the submission process that made me waste a lot of time. If this could be fixed, it would be a much better experience.

von Gaurang D J

May 26, 2020

Great course content to get started in battery models, its charging and other simulations.

Continuous slide show system of teaching gets uninteresting over time, so that should be worked upon.

von Vikas S

May 29, 2020

Professor designed and explained the course very well. it helped me a lot to understand the concept of Battery algorithms.

von YE Z

May 24, 2020

Course is good, but Coursera website is really really really bad.

von Aditya S S

Apr 13, 2020

Must recommend. But the last three programming assignments should need a mentor. Because even output is a perfect grader showing its wrong and run time error. Seriously need to work over this.

von Goktan K

Jan 18, 2020

the grader output was not guiding properly. I spent a lot of time trying to finish part 1 of the capstone project