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Optimized Installation and Operations of Battery Energy Storage System and Electric Double Layer Capacitor Modules for Renewable Energy Based Intermittent Generation
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 Title & Authors
Optimized Installation and Operations of Battery Energy Storage System and Electric Double Layer Capacitor Modules for Renewable Energy Based Intermittent Generation
Min, Sang Won; Kim, Seog Ju; Hur, Don;
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 Abstract
In this paper, a novel approach for optimized installation and operations of battery energy storage system (BESS) and electric double layer capacitor (EDLC) modules for the renewable energy based intermittent generation is presented for them to be connected with an electric power grid. In order to make use of not merely the high energy density of battery but also the high power density of EDLC modules, it is very useful to devise the hybrid system which combines BESS and EDLC modules. The proposed method adopts the linear programming to calculate the optimized capacity as well as the quadratic programming to transmit the optimal operational signals to BESS and EDLC modules. The efficiency of this methodology will be demonstrated in the experimental study with the real data of wind speed in Texas.
 Keywords
Battery energy storage system (BESS);Electric double layer capacitor (EDLC) modules;Intermittent generation;Optimization technique;
 Language
English
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