4th course in the Algorithms for Battery Management Systems Specialization
Instructor: Gregory Plett, Ph.D., Professor
In this course, you will learn how to implement different state-of-health estimation methods and to evaluate their relative merits.
Prior knowledge needed: ECEA 5730, ECEA 5731, ECEA 5732, a Bachelor’s degree in Electrical, Computer, or Mechanical Engineering, or a B.S. degree with undergraduate-level competency in the following areas: Math: Differential and integral calculus, operations with vectors and matrices (mechanics of linear algebra), and basic differential equations, Engineering: Linear circuits (modeling resistors, capacitors, and sources), Programming: MATLAB, Octave, or similar scientific program environment
Learning Outcomes
Syllabus
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Grading
Assignment |
Percentage of Grade |
Quiz for week 1 |
8% |
Quiz for week 2 |
8% |
Quiz for week 3 |
8% |
Quiz for week 4 |
8% |
Quiz for lesson 4.5.1 |
2% |
Quiz for lesson 4.5.2 |
2% |
Quiz for lesson 4.5.3 & 4.5.4 |
2% |
Quiz for lesson 4.5.5 |
2% |
Programming project "Tuning xLS algorithms for total-capacity estimation" | 10% |
Final exam | 50% |
Letter Grade Rubric
Letter Grade |
Minimum Percentage |
A |
93.3% |
A- |
90.0% |
B+ |
86.6% |
B |
83.3% |
B- |
80.0% |
C+ |
76.6% |
C |
73.3% |
C- |
70.0% |
D+ |
66.6% |
D |
60.0% |
F |
0% |