A Novel Generic Battery Modeling Approach for Power System Simulation Applications


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Title A Novel Generic Battery Modeling Approach for Power System Simulation Applications
Creator Shankar, M.
KumudiniDevi, R.P.
Subject Entropy;Enthalpy;Energy storage system;Electrochemical model;Analytical model;Electric circuit model;Generic model
Description Very large capacity energy storage systems are required in power systems for utility shaping when renewable energy systems like wind farms are not supporting sufficient generation. Energy storage systems are indispensible during evacuation problem in existing grid structure. For addressing power quality aspects also, quick responsive energy storage systems are requisite. In these contexts, before practical implementation of energy storage systems, for a particular or combined application, its characteristics are to be simulated in power system environment to suit for the specific application. In this perspective, the various battery modeling are briefed and a novel generic battery modeling approach which will be useful in power system simulation application is presented in this paper. The contribution through this work is, real time physical parameters of battery are incorporated in look-up table. Those values are read during simulation to compute standard electrode potential of battery. As future scope of work, real-time interfacing of physical parameters of battery can be implemented during simulation. Vanadium redox flow battery and lithium-ion battery are simulated using the generic battery modeling approach and their results presented, comparing their suitability for utility shaping, power quality enhancement aspects and distributed grid technology application.
Publisher CIRWORLD
Date 2016-12-16
Type info:eu-repo/semantics/article
Peer-reviewed Article
Format application/pdf
Identifier http://cirworld.com/index.php/jac/article/view/708
Source JOURNAL OF ADVANCES IN CHEMISTRY; Vol 12 No 16; 4884-4894
Language eng
Relation http://cirworld.com/index.php/jac/article/view/708/691

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