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Analysis of Risk Priority Number for Grid-connected Energy Storage System
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Analysis of Risk Priority Number for Grid-connected Energy Storage System
Kim, Doo-Hyun; Kim, Sung-Chul; Park, Jeon-Su; Kim, Eun-Jin; Kim, Eui-Sik;
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 Abstract
The purpose of this paper is to deduct components that are in the group of highest risk(top 10%). the group is conducted for classification into groups by values according to risk priority through risk priority number(RPN) of FMEA(Failure modes and effects analysis) sheet. Top 10% of failure mode among total potential failure modes(72 failure modes) of ESS included 5 BMS(battery included) failure modes, 1 invert failure mode, and 1 cable connectors failure mode in which BMS was highest. This is because ESS is connected to module, try, and lack in the battery part as an assembly of electronic information communication and is managed. BMS is mainly composed of the battery module and communication module. There is a junction box and numerous connectors that connect these two in which failure occurs most in the connector part and module itself. Finally, this paper proposes RPN by each step from the starting step of ESS design to installation and operation. Blackouts and electrical disasters can be prevented beforehand by managing and removing the deducted risk factors in prior.
 Keywords
risk priority number;energy storage system;FMEA;potential failure modes;BMS;
 Language
Korean
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