Zeyang Geng

Doctoral Student at Chalmers, Electrical Engineering, Electric Power Engineering, Electrical Machines and Power Electronics

Zeyang Geng is a PhD student in the division Electric Power Engineering working with battery thermo-electric modelling and its impact on battery aging.

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2018

On-board Impedance Diagnostics Method of Li-ion Traction Batteries Using Pseudo-Random Binary Sequences

Zeyang Geng, Torbjörn Thiringer, Ylva Olofsson et al
2018 20th European Conference on Power Electronics and Applications, EPE 2018 ECCE Europe
Paper in proceedings

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Showing 5 research projects

2019–

Building and verifying the dynamic and static behavior of Li-Ion battery cells

Torbjörn Thiringer Electrical Machines and Power Electronics
Niladri Roy Chowdhury Electrical Machines and Power Electronics
Zeyang Geng Electrical Machines and Power Electronics
Leif Asp Material and Computational Mechanics
Johanna Xu Material and Computational Mechanics
David Carlstedt Material and Computational Mechanics
Chalmers

2019–2020

Microelectronic Energy Storage Systems for Integration Alongside Harvesters

Peter Enoksson Electronics Material and Systems Laboratory
Anderson David Smith Electronics Material and Systems Laboratory
Torbjörn Thiringer Electrical Machines and Power Electronics
Zeyang Geng Electrical Machines and Power Electronics
Chalmers

2018–

Identification of limited range battery impedance in a vehicle without using active actions – comparison with PRBS/EIS lab determinations

Torbjörn Thiringer Electrical Machines and Power Electronics
Zeyang Geng Electrical Machines and Power Electronics
Chalmers

2018–

Electrical Vehicle Battery Cooling System

Alexey Vdovin Vehicle Engineering and Autonomous Systems
Torbjörn Thiringer Electrical Machines and Power Electronics
Zeyang Geng Electrical Machines and Power Electronics
Chalmers

2018–2018

Identification of limited range battery impedance in a vehicle without using active actions – comparison with PRBS/EIS lab determinations

Torbjörn Thiringer Electrical Machines and Power Electronics
Zeyang Geng Electrical Machines and Power Electronics
Chalmers

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