DOI: 10.3390/en16176318 ISSN:

Synergizing Machine Learning and the Aviation Sector in Lithium-Ion Battery Applications: A Review

Julan Chen, Guangheng Qi, Kai Wang
  • Energy (miscellaneous)
  • Energy Engineering and Power Technology
  • Renewable Energy, Sustainability and the Environment
  • Electrical and Electronic Engineering
  • Control and Optimization
  • Engineering (miscellaneous)
  • Building and Construction

Lithium-ion batteries, as a typical energy storage device, have broad application prospects. However, developing lithium-ion batteries with high energy density, high power density, long lifespan, and safety and reliability remains a huge challenge. Machine learning, as an emerging artificial intelligence technology, has successfully solved many problems in academic research on business, financial management, and high-dimensional complex problems. It has great potential for mining and revealing valuable information from experimental and theoretical datasets. Therefore, quantitative “structure function” correlations can be established to predict battery health status. Machine learning also shows significant advantages in strategy optimization such as energy optimization management strategy. For lithium-ion batteries, their performance and safety are closely related to the material structure, battery health, fault analysis, and diagnosis. This article reviews the application of machine learning in lithium-ion battery material research, battery health estimation, fault analysis, and diagnosis, and analyzes its application in aviation batteries in conjunction with the development of green aviation technology. By exploring the practical applications of machine learning algorithms and the advantages and disadvantages of different applications, this article summarizes and prospects the application of machine learning in lithium batteries, which is conducive to further understanding and development in this direction.

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