Ageing study of Lithium-Ion batteries subjected to pulsed power loads.
Studying the ageing of Lithium-Ion batteries is essential for improving this battery technology. One of the first factors of ageing is the method where the battery is charged. For this thesis, we have therefore decided to study the impact of pulsed power loads on the performance of lithium-ion batteries.
The pulse charging algorithm is considered to be a promising battery charging technique for consumers requiring batteries that charge quickly and have enhanced energy efficiency. However, to benefit from the advantages of pulsed power loads, care needs to be taken when choosing the pulse charging current parameters to ensure optimum battery performance and thereby extend its service life.
Hafsa Mezzy was born in Guelmim, Morocco, in 1996. She passed her high school diploma in physics and chemistry in 2014. She completed her foundation programme (preparatory classes for enrolling in a French graduate school) in 2016 and was awarded her electrical engineering degree by the ENSAM engineering school in Rabat, Morocco, in 2019. Hafsa Mezzy enrolled in Casablanca’s National Graduate School for Electricity and Mechanical Engineering (ENSEM), Hassan II University, Morocco, in 2019 as a PhD student at the Engineering Research Laboratory (LRI). Her research interests bear on pulse charging for lithium-ion batteries.