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Optimal Ccontrol Strategy of Cooling System for Polymer Electrolyte Membrane Fuel Cell using Hardware-In-the-Loop Simulation

Hardware-In-the-Loop Simulation을 이용한 고분자 전해질 연료전지 냉각시스템 최적 제어기법 연구

Choi, Eunyeong;Ji, Hyunjin
최은영;지현진

  • Received : 2015.07.27
  • Accepted : 2015.01.12
  • Published : 2016.03.31

Abstract

Polymer electrolyte membrane fuel cell(PEMFC) requires cooling system to maintain the proper operating temperature(about $65^{\circ}C{\sim}75^{\circ}C$) because the efficiency and power are affected by operating temperature. In order to retain the operating temperature of PEMFC, cooling system and coolant control logic are needed. Hardware-in-the-loop simulation(HILS) is one of effective methods to study and evaluate control algorithm. In this paper, the HILS system was designed to study the coolant control algorithm. The models of HILS system consisted of PEMFC, heat exchanger, and external environment associated with temperature. The hardwares in HILS system are 3-way valves, pumps, and a heat exchanger. The priority control and the control target temperature were investigated to improve the control performance using HILS. The 3-way valve in $1^{st}$ cooling circuit was selected as priority control target. The under limit value of $2^{nd}$ 3-way valve set as a function of PEMFC power and $2^{nd}$ circuit coolant temperature to correct temperature control performance. As a result, the temperature of PEMFC is stably controlled.

Keywords

Polymer electrolyte membrane fuel cell;coolant control;Hardware-In-the-Loop simulation

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Acknowledgement

Grant : 핵심기술

Supported by : 국방과학연구소