BMS: Architecture, Components and Its Applications in EV

Now that the world is moving towards electric vehicles and people have started accepting the products. The improvisation in battery technology has played a major role in this. More importantly, the rapid increase in battery density in the last decade has led the cars to have the ability to store about 100 kWh ( about 50 days of electricity consumed by an average household in India) of energy. But the major concern this raises is safety, and preventing batteries from catching fire, especially when we have already seen many cases of batteries exploding in mobile phones. 

This course has been designed to impart the basic understanding of BMS (Battery Management System). Where you will learn the basics of BMS architecture, selection and configuration available and various methods through which you can ensure the safety of your battery pack. By the end of this course, you will also have the charging characteristics of Li-Ion batteries and how to maintain safety.

Main Features – 

  1. Why is there a need for BMS?
  2. Basics functionalities of BMS
  3. BMS Architecture
  4. Selection of BMS
  5. How to ensure battery safety

What is the Target Audience? 

  1. Undergraduate students 
  2. Post Graduation student
  3. Any working professional
  4. Entrepreneurs are interested to gain knowledge of BMS. 

Course Syllabus

Module Description
BMS Intro In this first module, you learn about why the BMS is necessary? Various kinds of failure that can occur in the case of Li-Ion cells, and thermal runaway.
BMS Architecture Now that you know why BMS is needed, in this module, you will learn about the features and working of the BMS. By the end of this module, you will know about the various architecture. 
Measuring Cell Parameters This module covers the various cell parameters to be considered for the overall safety of the battery pack. 
Safety Parameters In this module, you will learn about the safety parameters for battery safety and BMS control characteristics.
Choosing BMS This module is the conclusion for how to choose a BMS suitable for your battery pack.
Battery Charging In this last module, take a look at the charging characteristics of a li-ion battery pack. By the end, you will be able to determine the complete cell characteristics for selection of a battery pack.

BMS Intro

1
Why BMS
00:13:12

Why is there a need for BMS?

2
Thermal Runaway
00:07:08

What is thermal runaway? How is it caused?

3
Cell Types – Form Structure
00:03:58

Cell Types on the basis of their form structures.

BMS Architecture

1
BMS Features
00:05:05

What are the features and functionality of a BMS?

2
BMS Block Diagram
00:16:45

What are the basic components of a BMS and how it functions?

3
BMS Class A Architecture
00:07:21

Understand in detail about the CLass A Architecture and its functionality

Measuring Cell Parameters

1
Measuring Cell Voltage
00:06:24

What are the various methods to measure the cell voltage in a pack?

2
BMS Topologies
00:13:40

What are the various BMS Topologies and Configuration as per the complicity of battery pack?

3
Current Measurement
00:11:29

How to measure the current in a battery pack?

4
Temperature Measurement
00:08:16

Measuring temperature across a battery pack.

Safety Parameters

1
Safety Parameters
00:27:46

What are the parameters to be considered for battery pack safe operation?

2
Cell Balancing
00:24:41

What are the various methods for cell balancing? Why is it needed?

3
BMS Controls
00:27:26

The parameters controlled by BMS and Their execution

4
State of Charge
00:24:57

Various methods to measure state of charge in a battery pack

Choosing BMS

1
Choose BMS
00:02:42

Conclusion on how to select BMS suitable for the battery pack.

2
Fuse Selection
00:17:09

What kind of fuse to select to ensure safe operation of the battery pack?

Battery Charging

1
“C” Rate
00:08:12

What is C Rating and how to interpret the data?

2
Charging State
00:16:26

Various charging state and regions for a Li-ion battery

3
Battery Charging
00:16:22

Methodology used for battery charging

1
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Enrolled: 326 students
Duration: 2 weeks
Lectures: 19
Level: Beginner
BMS: Architecture, Components and Its Applications in EV
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