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Article in Energies 2023 Journal

The University of Hull team in collaboration with a multi-national team of researchers from the University of Warwick, Technical University of Munich and University of Lisbon had a article appear in the Energies 2023 Journal. The article titled: A Review of the Applications of Explainable Machine Learning for Lithium–Ion Batteries: From Production to State and Performance Estimation addresses the latest developments in explainable machine learning known as XML and its application to lithium–ion batteries. It includes a critical review of the XML in the manufacturing and production phase, and then later, when the battery is in use, for its state estimation and control. The former focuses on the XML for optimising the battery structure, characteristics, and manufacturing processes, while the latter considers the monitoring aspect related to the states of health, charge, and energy. This paper, through a comprehensive review of theoretical aspects of available techniques and discussing various case studies, is an attempt to inform the stack-holders of the area about the state-of-the-art XML methods and encourage those to move from the ML to XML in transition to a NetZero future.

Energies is a peer-reviewed, open access journal of related scientific research, technology development, engineering policy, and management studies related to the general field of energy, from technologies of energy supply, conversion, dispatch, and final use to the physical and chemical processes behind such technologies. Energies is published semi-monthly online by MDPI.


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