E3S Web of Conf.
Volume 405, 20232023 International Conference on Sustainable Technologies in Civil and Environmental Engineering (ICSTCE 2023)
|Number of page(s)
|Renewable Energy & Electrical Technology
|26 July 2023
A Novelty of Several Optimization Criteria Hybrid Energy Storage System and Power Management in EV Applications
1 Department of EEE, Excel College of Engineering and Technology, Namakkal, Tamilnadu, India
2,3 Department of EEE, Excel Engineering College, Namakkal, Tamilnadu, India
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The power management capabilities of hybrid energy storage systems offer several advantages for EVs, including improved performance, longer battery life, and reduced cost. HES technologies which combine Li-ion cells with ultra-capacitors (UC), are developing as just a possible alternative to the constraints of conventional ESS for conserving electricity. Lithium-ion batteries have a limited cycle life, meaning that they gradually degrade with each charge-discharge cycle. This can reduce the overall lifetime of the ESS and require more frequent replacements, adding to the cost and environmental impact of EVs. To circumvent those constraints, mixed battery packs combining battery technology as well as superconductors are being developed. To improve the design and control of hybrid energy storage systems for electric vehicles (EVs), a bi-level multi-objective framework has been proposed. A Bi-level multi-objective design and control framework, incorporating NSGA-II and fuzzy logic control, to obtain an optimal sized hybrid energy storage system and corresponding power management strategy. This dynamic and multi-objective architecture may achieve optimum solution hybrids battery bank as well as a matching significant power scheme one at a moment through integrating non-dominated sorting genetic and fuzzy logic control methods. To evaluate the effectiveness of the proposed bi-level multi-objective framework, Pareto optimal solutions of different hybrid energy storage systems are obtained. This approach can lead to significant improvements in the performance and efficiency of hybrid energy storage systems, making them more suitable for EVs and other applications that require high-performance energy storage solutions.
Index Terms—Batteries, ultra capacitors, recursive imprecise input, non – linear and non optimisation, and e – mobility
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