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Energetic Macroscopic Representation of a hybrid storage system using air compressed accumulator

Contributor

Tobias BOSSMANN (lecturer)

Afred RUFER

Phillipe BARRADE

Alain BOUSCAYROL,

 

Objective

This lecture deals with the Energetic Macroscopic Representation of a hybrid storage system using air compressed accumulator and supercapacitor bank.

 

Outline

The studied system will be described in the context of energy storage for photovoltaic applications.Fudaments of EMR (Energetic Macroscopic Representation) wil be reminded and EMR of the studied system will be presented.

A simulation model using Matlab-Simulink has been deduced from EMR of the system. A comparison between experimental and simulation results will be provided.

Fig. 1: The studied hybrid storage system


Fig. 2: EMR of the hybrid storage system

 

References

S. Lemofouet, A. Rufer,
"A Hybrid Energy Storage System Based on Compressed Air and Supercapacitors With Maximum Efficiency Point Tracking (MEPT)",
IEEE trans on. Industrial electronics
Vol. 53, no. 4, August 2006, pp. 1105-1115.

S. Lemofouet, A. Rufer,
"Energetic Performance of a Hybrid Energy Storage System based on Compressed Air and Super Capacitors",
SPEEDAM'06
Taormina (Italy), May 2006.

S. Lemofouet, A. Rufer,
"Hybrid Energy Storage Systems based on Compressed Air and Supercapacitors with Maximum Efficiency Point Tracking",
EPE 2005, Dresden (Germany)
September 2005

T. Bossmann,
"Energetic Macroscopic Representation of a hybrid storage system using air compressed accumulator",
Master Dissertation, University of Lille (Text in French)
July 2006

S. Lemofouet,
Investigation and optimization of of conversion solutions for hybrid energy storage system based on compressed air and supercapacitors",
PhD Dissertation, EPF Lausanne
August 2006


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