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A Study on the Development of a Real-time Energy Metering Device for Electric Railway Vehicles
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 Title & Authors
A Study on the Development of a Real-time Energy Metering Device for Electric Railway Vehicles
Kim, Yong Ki; Han, Moon Seob; Chun, Yoon-Young; Bae, Chang Han; Yun, Byeong Ju;
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 Abstract
The objective of this study is to identify the requirements for a energy metering device and develop a real-time energy metering device for measuring energy (electricity) consumption of the electric railway vehicle during its operation. The study also evaluated the performance of the AC voltage sensor, current sensor, and data meter for the device and performed EMC tests such as surge and EFT (Burst). The performance tests showed that the percent errors of the AC voltage sensor and current sensor were , and under 10~127V, and 10~250A, respectively. The result of surge and EFT (Burst) tests also indicated that the device had no malfunction in any wave (combination and ring waves) under the treat level with 2kV. The result of the field test also confirmed that the device had no malfunction in data metering.
 Keywords
Energy metering;Electric railway Vehicle;Driving energy;Voltage;Current;
 Language
Korean
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BSI, BS EN 50463-1:(2012), Railway applications- Energy Measurements on Board Trains (Part 1-5), 2012.