A Multi-Function Conversion Technique for Vehicle-to-Grid Applications
AbstractThis paper presents a new multi-function conversion technique for vehicle-to-grid (V2G) applications. The proposed bi-directional charger can achieve three functions, including EV battery charging, grid-connection and reactive compensation, which are keys for energy management of the grid. With the proposed multi-function technology, the bi-directional charger will benefit both the grid and electricity customers. A hybrid regulation of energy bi-directional transfer for V2G systems is proposed in this paper, which consists of the battery-side controller and the grid-side controller. This proposed multi-function conversion technique improves the whole system performance with proportional-resonant (PR) control and achieves reactive power compensation with instantaneous reactive theory and a deadbeat control scheme. Simulation and experimental results demonstrate the validity of this new multi-function technique in a V2G system. View Full-Text
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Fan, Y.; Zhu, W.; Xue, Z.; Zhang, L.; Zou, Z. A Multi-Function Conversion Technique for Vehicle-to-Grid Applications. Energies 2015, 8, 7638-7653.
Fan Y, Zhu W, Xue Z, Zhang L, Zou Z. A Multi-Function Conversion Technique for Vehicle-to-Grid Applications. Energies. 2015; 8(8):7638-7653.Chicago/Turabian Style
Fan, Ying; Zhu, Weixia; Xue, Zhongbing; Zhang, Li; Zou, Zhixiang. 2015. "A Multi-Function Conversion Technique for Vehicle-to-Grid Applications." Energies 8, no. 8: 7638-7653.