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A Priority Index Method for Efficient Charging of PEVs in a Charging Station with Constrained Power Consumption
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A Priority Index Method for Efficient Charging of PEVs in a Charging Station with Constrained Power Consumption
Kim, Seung Wan; Jin, Young Gyu; Song, Yong Hyun; Yoon, Yong Tae;
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 Abstract
The sizable electrical load of plug-in electric vehicles may cause a severe low-voltage problem in a distribution network. The voltage drop in a distribution network can be mitigated by limiting the power consumption of a charging station. Then, the charging station operator needs a method for appropriately distributing the restricted power to all plug-in electric vehicles. The existing approaches have practical limitation in terms of the availability of future information and the execution time. Therefore, this study suggests a heuristic method based on priority indexes for fairly distributing the constrained power to all plug-in electric vehicles. In the proposed method, PEVs are ranked using the priority index, which is determined in real time, such that a near-optimal solution can be obtained within a short computation time. Simulations demonstrate that the proposed method is effective in implementation, although its performance is slightly worse than that of the optimal case.
 Keywords
Plug-in electric vehicle;Charging station;Power distribution algorithm;Heuristic algorithm;
 Language
English
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