Temperature-based models of batteries for the simulation of Wireless Sensor Networks

Nabil Kadjouh Ahcène Bounceur 1 Abdelkamel Tari 2 Reinhardt Euler 3 Loïc Lagadec 4 Abdelkader Laouid
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Abstract : The main parameter studied in a simulation of a Wireless Sensor Network is the lifetime of the network. In other words, the state of the battery of each node. That is why modelling correctly the battery is very important to obtain realistic results. In real applications, many types of batteries can be considered, where their lifetime depends on the weather variations and on the type of the considered sensor node. In this paper, we present some models of batteries simulated with the CupCarbon simulator. The models are obtained by estimating the consumption of real batteries. This is done by studying series of discharging current values with respect to different voltage values and different temperatures. Furthermore, we implement a new module in the CupCarbon simulator to allow testing the proposed models and to implement new personal models.
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Nabil Kadjouh, Ahcène Bounceur, Abdelkamel Tari, Reinhardt Euler, Loïc Lagadec, et al.. Temperature-based models of batteries for the simulation of Wireless Sensor Networks. 3rd International Conferenceon on Future Networks and Distributed Systems, Jul 2019, Paris, France. pp.1-6, ⟨10.1145/3341325.3342013⟩. ⟨hal-02303250⟩

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