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Scientific Proceedings Faculty of Mechanical Engineering

The Journal of Slovak University of Technology

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Energy Analysis of Hybrid Power Source During Vehicle Motion

Ján Danko1 / Martin Bugár1 / Vladimír Staňák1

Slovak University of Technology in Bratislava1

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Citation Information: Scientific Proceedings Faculty of Mechanical Engineering STU in Bratislava. Volume 19, Issue 1, Pages 30–35, ISSN (Online) 1338-5011, ISSN (Print) 1338-1954, DOI: 10.2478/v10228-011-0006-z, January 2012

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2012-01-24

Energy Analysis of Hybrid Power Source During Vehicle Motion

This paper proposes a perfect energy source provided by a polymer electrolyte membrane fuel cell (PEMFC) as the main power source and a storage device: battery and super-capacitor, for modern distributed generation system, particularly for future fuel cell vehicle applications. The energy in hybrid systems is balanced by the dc bus regulation in dependence to the drive cycle. A super-capacitor module, as a high dynamic and high power density device, functions for supplying energy to regulate a dc bus. A battery module, as a high energy density device, operates to supply energy to the super-capacitor bank in order to keep it charged. The control strategy is used to determine the real-time optimal power distribution by simple minimization.

Keywords: Electric vehicle; Hybrid vehicles; Energy systems; Optimization

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