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A Study on Energy Efficiency of Battery Charge/Discharge System based on DC μ-Grid
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A Study on Energy Efficiency of Battery Charge/Discharge System based on DC μ-Grid
Yeo, Sung-Dae; Kim, Jong-Un; Lee, Kyung-Ryang; Han, Cheol-Kyu; Ryu, Tae-Hyoung; Kim, Kyeong-Hwa; Kim, Seong-Kweon;
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 Abstract
Formation process through charge/discharge operation is needed in manufacturing Li-ion battery. In the process battery is discharged by a load resistor of discharger. Here, energy losses happen. Therefore, in this paper, the efficient energy operation of battery is studied in the charge/discharge system based on DC . A result of computer simulation shows that if in the charge/discharge system based on DC , the number of discharge batteries in comparison with three charge battery sets exceeds 133%, voltage fluctuation that occurs while the grid voltage stabilizes, which makes the system fatal. Therefore, it was demonstrated that a remarkable energy saving effect could be achieved when the number of discharge battery set is maintained to be 133% in comparison with three charge battery sets.
 Keywords
Charge/Discharge System;DC (DC Micro Grid);Low Power Operation;Energy Efficiency;Li-Ion Battery;
 Language
Korean
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