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A Study on Stable Operation of Li-ion Battery Charging/Discharging System
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 Title & Authors
A Study on Stable Operation of Li-ion Battery Charging/Discharging System
Yeo, Sung-Dae; Han, Cheol-Kyu; Cho, Tae-Il; Lee, Kyung-Ryang; Kim, Seong-Kweon;
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 Abstract
When the operation of battery is converted at charging and discharging system based on a DC micro grid, the voltage is fluctuated. And excessive voltage fluctuation could cause damage or failure of charging and discharging equipment. Therefore, in this paper, we studied the operating schedule of the charging and discharging system based on the DC micro grid and a design point of the capacitor which was able to reduce the voltage fluctuation. A result of computer simulation showed that when a fluctuation-reducing capacitor which had an initial value of 600V/35mF was applied at the charging and discharging system based on a DC micro grid which was operated with three charging battery sets and five discharging battery sets, voltage fluctuation by charging and discharging operation was reduced by about 63.3%. Furthermore, voltage fluctuation which occurred when initial network voltage was stabilized was reduced by about 73%.
 Keywords
Li-Ion Battery;DC Micro Grid;Charging And Discharging System;Voltage Fluctuation;Battery Operation Schedule;
 Language
Korean
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