Energy Management of a Hybrid AC–DC Micro-Grid Based on a Battery Testing System
AbstractEnergy Recovery Battery Testing Systems (ERBTS) plays an important role in battery manufacture. The conventional ERBTS configuration contains a fundamental transformer, and a bidirectional Direct Current (DC)–DC and Alternating Current (AC)–DC converter. All ERBTS are connected in parallel, thus constituting a special and complicated AC micro-grid system. Aiming at addressing their low energy recovery efficiency, complex grid-connected control algorithm issues for islanded detection, and complicated power circuit topology issues, a hierarchical DC-link voltage hybrid AC–DC micro-grid that contains composite energy storing devices is proposed. Moreover, an energy management optimal scheme for the proposed scheme is put forward. The system configuration of the proposed scheme is described in detail. Compared to the conventional scheme, the proposed scheme has the merits of simplified power circuit topology, no need for phase synchronous control, and much higher energy recovery efficiency and reliability. The validity and effectiveness of the proposed technique is verified through numerous experimental results. View Full-Text
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Long, B.; Jeong, T.W.; Deuk Lee, J.; Jung, Y.C.; Chong, K.T. Energy Management of a Hybrid AC–DC Micro-Grid Based on a Battery Testing System. Energies 2015, 8, 1181-1194.
Long B, Jeong TW, Deuk Lee J, Jung YC, Chong KT. Energy Management of a Hybrid AC–DC Micro-Grid Based on a Battery Testing System. Energies. 2015; 8(2):1181-1194.Chicago/Turabian Style
Long, Bo; Jeong, Taek W.; Deuk Lee, Jong; Jung, Yoo C.; Chong, Kil T. 2015. "Energy Management of a Hybrid AC–DC Micro-Grid Based on a Battery Testing System." Energies 8, no. 2: 1181-1194.