E3S Web Conf.
Volume 87, 20191st International Conference on Sustainable Energy and Future Electric Transportation (SeFet 2019)
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|Published online||22 February 2019|
A Hybrid Cascaded Multilevel Converter for Battery Vitality Administration Connected In Electric Transport for Battery Energy Management
Department of Electrical Engineering, Vignan Institute Of Technology and Science (VITS) Deshmukhi, Yadadri,
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In the (EV) electrical vehicles energy storage system plays a crucial role. Normally, in electrical vehicles large number of cells connected in series to increase the output voltage for driving motor. Battery cells will have different electrochemical characteristics which cause the difference in terminal voltage (or) (SOC) state of charge imbalances between the each cell. In this paper cascaded multilevel converter which involves in both management of energy and motor drives proposed for electric vehicles and each battery cell can be controlled to the circuit or bypassed by a half-bridge converter. All these half-bridges are cascaded to the output staircase shape dc voltage. And H-bridge converter will be used to change the direction of dc bus voltage to convert it ac voltage. The advantage of the converter will have multilevel voltages with small dv/dt and lesser harmonics. So, it is helpful to make better performance of motor drives. Through separate control according to state of charge of each cell the energy utilization of batteries can be improved drastically. By using the fuzzy logic controller for current measurement the THD can be reduced drastically. In order to verify the performance of proposed converter simulation done in matlab.
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