1 HİBRİD VE ELEKTRİKLİ ARAÇLAR ENERJİ DEPOLAMA SİSTEMLERİ Yrd. Doç. Dr. Abdullah DEMİR «Her tercih bir vazgeçiştir»
2 "REGENERATIVE ENERGY" REGEN ENERGY REJENERATİF ENERJİ
3 Vehicle Kinetic Energy A B 1 E 2 2 m( V A V B V B > V A accelerating, fuel is consumed, kinetic energy is increased 2 ) A V A > V B B braking, vey little fuel is consumed, kinetic energy is reduced energy is dissipated in the brakes as heat in conventional cars In hybrids braking energy is recovered by an electric generator and stored in a battery it is called regenerative energy, or Regen Energy Heydar Ali Palizban PhD, Hybrid and Electric Vehicles - An overview, Feb 28, 2009
4 Vehicle Potential Energy E mgh Need engine power, fuel is consumed, potential energy is increased no need for engine power Braking, vey little fuel is consumed, potential energy is reduced energy is dissipated in the brakes as heat in conventional cars In hybrids braking energy is recovered, engine can be turned off automatically going downhill Heydar Ali Palizban PhD, Hybrid and Electric Vehicles - An overview, Feb 28, 2009
7 Microhybrids (idling start/stop) Soft hybrids (stop and go) Full hybrids (power assist HEVs) Example of existing HEV battery systems: NiMH batteries Example of incoming HEV battery systems: Li-ion batteries Plug-in hybrids Li ion batteries for PHEVs Electric vehicles Examples of recent EV battery systems: Li ion Examples of recent EV battery systems: lithium metal polymer Examples of recent EV battery systems: sodium/nickel chloride (ZEBRA) Fuel Cell Hybrid Vehicles Electric and Hybrid Vehicles - Power Sources, Models, Sustainability, Infrastructure and the Market by Pistoia 2010
8 AKÜ NOMİNAL KAPASİTESİ Üzerinde yazılı olan Ah (Amper-saat) akünün kapasitesini, diğer bir deyişle depolayabileceği maksimum elektrik enerjisi miktarını gösterir. Bununla beraber akünün deşarj hızı nominal kapasitesini etkiler. Yüksek akım ile deşarj olan bir akünün kapasitesi, düşük akım ile deşarj olması durumuna göre daha azdır. Akü deşarj hızı akü broşürlerinde C değerleri ile belirtilir. Örneğin; C100 = 100 Ah kapasite değerine sahip bir akü 100 saat boyunca 1 A akım verdiğinde nominal kapasitesinde kullanılabilecekken, aynı aküden 20 saat süreyle 4 A çekildiğinde daha düşük kapasitede (C20=80 Ah) kullanılmış olur. Özetlemek gerekirse aküden deşarjı sırasında düşük akım çekilmesi akü kapasitesini artırır. Yüksek deşarj akımının yanı sıra, akünün yaşı artıkça ve ortam sıcaklığı azaldıkça akü kapasitesi azalmaya başlar. Aküler nominal kapasitelerinin 1/10 değerinin üstünde bir akım ile şarj edilmemelidirler. Aksi takdirde hücre yapısı zarar görür ve oluşan gaz salınımı ile elektrolit hızla azalır. Yrd. Doç. Dr. Vehbi Bölat, AKÜLER, TEMEL KAVRAMLAR VE DİKKAT EDİLECEK HUSUSLAR
9 ÖNEMLİ TANIM VE KAVRAMLAR Şarj durumu (state of charge, SoC), aküde kalan elektrik enerjinin bir göstergesidir. Yüzde 30 deşarj olmuş bir akünün SoC değeri yüzde 70 dir. Şarj/deşarj döngüsü (cycle), akünün nominal kapasitesine kadar şarj edilip ardından deşarj olması işlemidir. Bu işlem bir şarj/deşarj döngüsüdür. Deşarj derinliği (depth of discharge, DoD), akünün bir döngüde yeniden şarj edilmeden önce ne kadar deşarj olduğunu gösterir. Yüzde 30 DoD, yüzde 70 SoC değerine eşittir. Yrd. Doç. Dr. Vehbi Bölat, AKÜLER, TEMEL KAVRAMLAR VE DİKKAT EDİLECEK HUSUSLAR
10 ÖNEMLİ TANIM VE KAVRAMLAR Nominal şarj/deşarj döngü ömrü (rated cycle life), akü kapasitesi orijinal kapasitesinin yüzde 80 ine düşmeden gerçekleşmesi beklenen şarj/deşarj işlemi sayısıdır ve akü üreticisi tarafından belirtilir. Döngü ömrü, ortalama deşarj derinliği ve ortalama sıcaklık dikkate alınarak saptanır. Daha yüksek sıcaklıkta derin deşarj olan bir akünün döngü ömrü daha kısadır. Örneğin deşarj derinliği (DoD) yüzde 30 olacak şekilde kullanılan bir akü yüzde 100 Ah kapasiteyle 1200 kez şarj/deşarj olabilirken, nominal kapasitesinin yüzde 50 sine kadar deşarj olmasına izin verilerek kullanıldığında aynı akü sadece yaklaşık 200 kez şarj ve deşarj olabilmektedir. Bu şekilde şarj/deşarj sayısını, diğer bir deyişle akü ömrünü son derece kısaltan derin deşarj işleminden özenle kaçınılmalıdır. 25 o C üstü sıcaklık ve fazla sayıda şarj/deşarj işlemi akü ömrünü kısaltan diğer önemli faktörlerdir. Kendiliğinden deşarj (self discharge), akülerin şarj olmadan bekletilmeleri halinde deşarj olmalarıdır. Yeni akülerde bu değer yüzde 5/ay civarında iken, sıcak havalarda kullanılan yaşlı akülerde bu değer yüzde 30-40/ay değerlerine kadar çıkabilmektedir. Yrd. Doç. Dr. Vehbi Bölat, AKÜLER, TEMEL KAVRAMLAR VE DİKKAT EDİLECEK HUSUSLAR
11 Temel Kavramlar Capacity (C) The battery capacity specifies the amount of electric charge a battery can supply before it is fully discharged. The SI unit of battery capacity is the coulomb. A more general unit for battery capacity is ampere-hour (Ah), with 1 Ah=3600 C. For example, a battery of 20 Ah can supply 1A current for 20 hours or 2A for 10 hours, or in theory 20A for 1 hour. But in general, the battery capacity is dependent on discharge rate. Energy Stored (E) The energy stored in a battery is dependent on battery voltage and the amount of charge stored within. The watt hour or Wh is the SI unit for energy stored. Assume a constant voltage (CV) for the battery. Then E (Wh) = V C where V is the voltage and C is the capacity in Ah. The capacity of the battery changes with the discharge rate, and the associated discharging current affects the voltage value. The energy stored is thus not a constant quantity and is a function of two variables, namely, the voltage and capacity of the battery. Chris Mi, M. Abul Masrur, David Wenzhong Gao, Hybrid Electric Vehicles - Principles And Applications With Practical Perspectives, ISBN , 2011.
12 HATIRLATMA State of Charge (SOC) A key parameter in the electric vehicle is the SOC of the battery. The SOC is a measure of the residual capacity of a battery. To define it mathematically, consider a completely discharged battery. Typically, the battery SOC is maintained between 20 and 95%. A common mistake that people may make about a battery s charge is that when a battery goes dead, the voltage goes from 12 to 0 V (for a 12 V battery). In reality a battery s voltage varies between 12.6 V with a SOC of 100% to approximately 10.5 V with a SOC of near 0%. It is advised that the SOC should not fall below 40%, which corresponds to a voltage of 11.9 V. All batteries have a SOC vs. voltage curve which can be either looked up from the manufacturer s data or determined experimentally. An example of an SOC vs. voltage curve of a lead acid battery is shown in Figure. Note that for a lithium-ion battery, the curve may be much flatter, especially for the mid-soc range of 40 80%. Chris Mi, M. Abul Masrur, David Wenzhong Gao, Hybrid Electric Vehicles - Principles And Applications With Practical Perspectives, ISBN , 2011.
13 HATIRLATMA Figure: Example SOC vs. voltage curve for a 12 V battery Chris Mi, M. Abul Masrur, David Wenzhong Gao, Hybrid Electric Vehicles - Principles And Applications With Practical Perspectives, ISBN , 2011.
14 Temel Kavramlar Depth of Discharge (DOD) The depth of discharge (DOD) is the percentage of battery capacity to which the battery is discharged. Generally, a battery is prevented from having a low DOD. The withdrawal of at least 80% of battery capacity is regarded as a deep discharge. One important precaution is that the charge in a battery should never be discharged down to zero voltage, otherwise the battery may be permanently damaged. So, in this case, a cutoff voltage is defined for the battery voltage so that the voltage at the battery terminals will never drop below this cutoff voltage. This point is referenced as 100% DOD. Specific Energy Specific energy means how much electrical energy can be stored per unit mass of battery. The SI unit for this quantity is watt hour per kilogram. Knowing the energy stored and specific energy of the battery, the mass of the battery can be easily obtained by dividing the energy by specific energy. Again, the specific energy is not a constant parameter since the energy stored varies with discharge rate. A comparison of the specific energy of various energy sources (typical numbers) is given in Table A. Chris Mi, M. Abul Masrur, David Wenzhong Gao, Hybrid Electric Vehicles - Principles And Applications With Practical Perspectives, ISBN , 2011.
15 Specific Energy of Different Energy Sources Chris Mi, M. Abul Masrur, David Wenzhong Gao, Hybrid Electric Vehicles - Principles And Applications With Practical Perspectives, ISBN , 2011.
16 Temel Kavramlar Energy Density Energy density means how much electrical energy can be stored per cubic meter of battery volume. It is computed by dividing the energy stored in the battery by the battery volume. The SI unit for energy density is watt hour per cubic meter. Specific Power and Power Density Specific power means how much power can be supplied per kilogram of battery. Note that this quantity is dependent on the load served by the battery and is thus highly variable and anomalous. The SI unit of specific power is watt per kilogram. Specific power is the ability of the battery to supply energy. Higher specific power indicates that it can give and take energy quickly. Volume specific power is also called power density or volume power density, indicating the amount of power (time rate of energy transfer) per unit volume of battery. If a battery has high specific energy but low specific power, this means that the battery stores a lot of energy, but gives it out slowly. Chris Mi, M. Abul Masrur, David Wenzhong Gao, Hybrid Electric Vehicles - Principles And Applications With Practical Perspectives, ISBN , 2011.
17 Temel Kavramlar Ampere-Hour (or Charge) Efficiency Ampere-hour efficiency is the ratio between the electric charge given out during discharging a battery and the electric charge needed for the battery to return to the previous charge level. In practice, these two values will never be equal, limiting the efficiency to 100%. In fact the typical values of charge efficiency range from 65 to 90%. The efficiency depends on various factors such as the battery type, temperature, and rate of charge. Energy Efficiency This important quantity indicates the energy conversion efficiency of the battery, which depends a great deal on the internal resistance of the battery. It can be computed as the ratio of electrical energy supplied by a battery to the amount of charging energy required for the battery to return to its previous SOC before discharging. The efficiency decreases considerably if a battery is discharged and charged very quickly. Typically, the energy efficiency of a battery is in the range of 55 95%. Number of Deep Cycles and Battery Life EV/HEV batteries can undergo a few hundred deep cycles to as low as 80% DOD of the battery. Different battery types and design result in different numbers of deep cycles. Also, the usage pattern will affect the number of deep cycles a battery can sustain before malfunction. The United States Advanced Battery Consortium (USABC) has a mid-term target of 600 deep cycles for EV batteries. This specification is very important since it affects battery life time in terms of deep-cycle number. So, generally, we should reduce the chances of DOD in the control strategy for EVs and HEVs in order to limit the operating cost of the vehicles. Chris Mi, M. Abul Masrur, David Wenzhong Gao, Hybrid Electric Vehicles - Principles And Applications With Practical Perspectives, ISBN , 2011.
18 en.wikipedia.org Enerji Sistemleri
19 Enerji ve Güç Yoğunluğu Enerji yoğunluğu kısaca depolanabilen enerjinin göstergesi olup, birim ağırlık/hacim için akülerin ne kadar süreyle enerji verebileceğini gösterir. Güç yoğunluğu ise akünün kilogramı başına ne kadar güç verebileceğinin ölçüsüdür. Depolama Güç yoğunluğu Enerji yoğunluğu Lityum iyon bataryalar Yüksek (4) Yüksek (4) NiMH bataryalar Yüksek (3) Orta (3) Yakıt Hücresi Çok düşük (1) Çok yüksek (5) Konvansiyonel kapasitör Çok yüksek (5) Çok düşük (1) Süper kapasitör Çok yüksek (5) Alt orta (2) Volanlar (Flywheels) Yüksek (4) Yüksek (4)
20 Enerji Depolama Sistemlerinin Hacim Gereksinimi
21 Enerji Yoğunluğu USABC: The United States Advanced Battery Consortium
22 Energy and Power Needs Storage technology Lead-acid batteries Lithium-ion batteries Compressed air, 10 MPa Conventional capacitors Ultracapacitors Flywheels Gasoline Energy density 100 kj/kg (30 W-h/kg) 600 kj/kg 80 kj/kg (not including tank) 0.2 kj/kg 20 kj/kg 100 kj/kg kj/kg P. T. Krein, Emerging Hybrid and Electric Vehicles and Their Impact on Energy and Emissions, Director, Grainger Center for Electric Machinery and Electromechanics Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, USA
23 Enerji Sistemlerine Giriş Batteries are made of cells where chemical energy is converted to electrical energy and vice versa. The battery energy storage system (BESS) comprises mainly batteries, the power electronics-based conditioning system, and a control system. In HEVs, batteries provide energy for the traction motor and store regenerative energy; a power electronics converter, typically of bidirectional capability, provides an interface between the batteries and power produced by the onboard internal combustion engine or utility power in the case of a PHEV; the control system is responsible for power and energy management including charging/discharging and equalization control. The above description applies as well for the ultracapacitor energy storage system (UESS). The main difference is that the battery is an electrochemical energy conversion device while the ultracapacitor does not involve any chemical reactions. The BESS or UESS topology is illustrated in Figure 1. Chris Mi, M. Abul Masrur, David Wenzhong Gao, Hybrid Electric Vehicles - Principles And Applications With Practical Perspectives, ISBN , 2011.
24 Enerji Sistemlerine Giriş Figure 1. HEV BESS/UESS topology Chris Mi, M. Abul Masrur, David Wenzhong Gao, Hybrid Electric Vehicles - Principles And Applications With Practical Perspectives, ISBN , 2011.
25 Enerji Sistemlerine Giriş In order to have the desired voltage rating and current rating for application in HEVs, many cells must be connected in series and/or in parallel in the BESS or UESS. Voltage balancing or equalization is required if more than three cells are connected in series. Generally speaking, a battery has the characteristics of high energy density and relatively low power density. The internal resistance is the major factor for its limited discharging and charging current capability. The internal equivalent series resistance (ESR) has different values under charging and discharging operating conditions. The values are also dependent on the frequency of the discharging current. Chris Mi, M. Abul Masrur, David Wenzhong Gao, Hybrid Electric Vehicles - Principles And Applications With Practical Perspectives, ISBN , 2011.
26 Enerji Sistemleri Aküler/Bataryalar BATARYALAR Enerji depolama kapasitesi bakımından kurşun-asit bataryalara nazaran iki kat yüksek NiMH veya üç kat yüksek lityum-iyon bataryaları hızla geliştirilmektedir. Yüksek sıcaklık bataryalarının (sodyum-sülfür, sodyum-nikel klorür, lityumdemir sülfit), enerji depolama kabiliyetleri yüksek olmasına rağmen, karmaşık yapısı ve yüksek çalışma sıcaklığı ( o C) nedeni ile kullanılmasının zordur. NiMH bataryaları nispeten daha az performansa sahip nikel kadmiyum bataryalarının yerini almaktadır. Bu bataryalar kısa ve orta vadede elektrikli araç uygulamalarında büyük oranda kullanılacaktır. Bu süre sonunda endüstrinin lityum-iyon bataryaları kullanıma alması beklenmektedir. Lityum iyon bataryalar, maliyet ve stabilite açısından istenilen seviyeye ulaştıklarında rakipsiz kalacaklardır. Kullanım kolaylığı ve ömürleri ile yüksek hücre voltajı (3.6 V), enerji yoğunluğu ( Wh/kg) ve hacimsel yoğunluğu birlikte değerlendirildiğinde çeşitli tasarım problemlerine anahtar olacaktır. Enerji Yoğunluğu Hakkında: Pure EV Nissan Leaf: Energy density 140 Wh/kg "ELEKTRİKLİ ARAÇLAR", TÜBİTAK Marmara Araştırma Merkezi Enerji Sistemleri ve Çevre Araştırma Enstitüsü, Eylül 2003
27 Enerji Sistemleri Aküler/Bataryalar KURŞUN-ASİT (LA) AKÜLER Temel kurşun-asit aküler sülfürik asit elektrolitin içinde yer alan kurşun dioksit (PbO2) yapıda pozitif elektrot ile kurşun (Pb) yapıda negatif elektrottan oluşur. Şarj işlemi esnasında akünün bağlı olduğu kaynaktan çektiği elektrik enerjisi aküde kimyasal enerji olarak depolanır; deşarj işlemi sırasında ise depolanan bu kimyasal enerji aküye bağlı yükte elektriksel enerji olarak harcanır.
28 Nickel Metal Hydride Battery Nickel Metal Hydride Battery The NiMH battery is a new type of high-capacity battery. Its technology has grown rapidly in the past five years. It has many advantages such as environmental friendliness, high specific energy and energy density, and a long cycle life. The NiMH battery has already occupied a good market share as energy storage in HEVs. Chris Mi, M. Abul Masrur, David Wenzhong Gao, Hybrid Electric Vehicles - Principles And Applications With Practical Perspectives, ISBN , 2011.
29 Lithium-Ion Battery In Li-ion batteries, Li ions alternatively move into and out of host lattices during charging and discharging cycles. This fundamental mechanism has led to the Liion battery s nick-name of rocking-chair battery. In its physical composition, a Li-ion battery has anode and cathode plates like a lead acid battery, except that these are made of lithium cobalt oxide (or other lithium composites) and carbon. These plates and the separator are immersed in a solvent which is most commonly ether . This type of battery can be made with very high energy density. Li-ion batteries do not have the memory effect that causes other rechargeable batteries to lose their maximum charge level when repeatedly recharged or not charged to full capacity. Li-ion batteries also impact the environment less due to their composition. Unlike lead acid batteries, they have a much lower selfdischarge rate, thus greatly increasing idle period capabilities. These batteries also have a higher power-to-volume ratio which also makes them ideal for automotive applications . Two of the latest EVs, the Nissan Leaf and Chevy Volt, both use lithium batteries. Different materials can be used for anode. The Mn series Li-ion battery has been used in the Nissan Leaf, Mitsubishi i-miev, GM Volt, Chrysler S400 Hybrid, BMW 7 series ActiveHybrid, THINK TH!NK City, and Hyundai Sonata Hybrid Blue Drive. Chris Mi, M. Abul Masrur, David Wenzhong Gao, Hybrid Electric Vehicles - Principles And Applications With Practical Perspectives, ISBN , 2011.
30 Lithium-Ion Battery However, lead acid batteries have remained the favored ones due to cost and the fact that Li-ion batteries require a lot more safety attention. These batteries are much more susceptible to overcharging and overdischarging and the associated safety hazards. Overcharging or overdischarging the battery can severely damage the plates inside the case. Overcharging can also cause gassing of the electrolyte and buildup of pressure in the case, which can lead to an explosion, therefore a precise regulatory system is necessary. The reduction in life due to this effect is much greater than in lead acid batteries. The same reaction occurs when they are used improperly, leading to overheating and the risk of an explosion. In the event of charging or discharging a Li-ion battery, the voltage must be monitored carefully because the absolute limits are so close to the required 100% SOC voltage . Chris Mi, M. Abul Masrur, David Wenzhong Gao, Hybrid Electric Vehicles - Principles And Applications With Practical Perspectives, ISBN , 2011.
31 TEMEL BİLGİLER Enerji Sistemleri Batteries for stationary applications Up to now, 90 % of batteries for storage application utilized lead-acid technology. The 10 % remaining are NiCd used for severe conditions applications New applications (smart grids, association with renewable energies) are lithium-ion oriented: long life, absence of maintenance, high power for frequency control are determining qualities High specific energy is not as important as for mobility. Life and cost are key issues, power can be. Anne de Guibert Aarhus, Innovation in Industrial Technologies: the case of batteries, 20 June 2012
32 Li-ion ve NiMH in Kıyaslaması
33 Potential hazardous events Battery Safety Design Concept Battery Safety Design Concept Vehicle, battery pack and modules are designed to act as barriers to potentially harmful events Apply global regulations and standards Safety Shield Concept Vehicle Standards Regulations FMVSS ECE R100 Mechanical Electrical Pack Module Cell Applied UN 38.3 IEC/ISO Thermal Protection design Resistance design SAE JIS C8714 QC/T743 EV / HEV Safety Presentation, NISSAN MOTOR CO., LTD, 2012
34 Enerji Sistemleri - Örnekler Fluence Z.E. ELEKTRİK MOTORU Fluence Z.E. nin elektrik motoru 70 kw güç ve 226 Nm tork üretmektedir
35 Enerji Sistemleri - Örnekler Fluence Z.E. Fluence Z.E. de 70 kw gücünde bir elektrikli motor görev yapmaktadır. Fluence Z.E. de lityum-iyon teknolojisine sahip aküler kullanılmaktadır. Bu aküler/piller toplamda 398 volt elektrik depolayabiliyor. Akülerin ağırlığı ise 250 kg. Fluence Z.E. nin toplam ağırlığı ise 1605 kg. Akülerin beslediği elektrikli motor ise senkron tipinde bir ünite. Motor Gücü: 70 kw (95 HP) Tork: 226 Nm Maksimum Hız: 135 km/h Menzil: km Şanzıman: Otomatik Akü Tipi: Lityum-İyon Akü Fiyatı: Aylık kira bedeli 83 euro (48 ay ve km/yıl - KDV dahil) Şarj Süresi: Duvara monte edilen özel Wallbox ile 6-8 saat. 220 V duvar tipi prizle saat. Hızlı şarj ile 30 dk da yüzde 80 şarj Tüketim: Dizel Fluence modelinin deposu yaklaşık 244 TL ye dolarken Fluence Z.E. aküsünü ortalama 4 TL ye doldurabiliyor. Fluence Z.E. nin 100 km maliyeti 3 lira civarında. Fluence 1.5 dci ise 100 km de yaklaşık 25 TL lik yakıt tüketmektedir.
36 Enerji Sistemleri - Örnekler Dimensions Seating Capacity Powertrain layout Electric Motor Battery Brakes Top speed Cruising range Charging times 4,450 mm X 1,770 mm X 1,545 mm 5 passengers Front motor, front drive High response AC synchronizing motor (80 kw, 280Nm) Laminate-type thin lithium-ion battery (approximately 24 kwh) Regenerative braking, mechanical disk brakes Over 140km/h 160km US LA4 mode) Normal charge: JPN approximately 8 hours(200v) US/EUR approximately 7 hours(240v/230v) Quick charge: Approximately 30minutes SOC0% to 80%) EV / HEV Safety Presentation, NISSAN MOTOR CO., LTD, 2012
37 Enerji Sistemleri - Örnekler Inverter Specifications Dimensions Weight Max. AC Current (Coolant temp. : 65 ) DC Voltage Carrier Frequency mm 16.8kg 425 A RMS (4 sec) 340 A RMS V 5kHz Motor Specifications Maximum torque Maximum power Top Motor speed Motor weight 280 Nm 80 kw 10,390 rpm 58 kg EV / HEV Safety Presentation, NISSAN MOTOR CO., LTD, 2012
38 Enerji Sistemleri - Örnekler Cell Module Pack Cell Module Pack Structure Capacity Cathode Anode Consist of Cell numbers Cell connection Consist of Module numbers Total Energy Max. Power Power/Energy ratio Laminated type 33Ah Original blended (LMO based) Graphite 4 cells 2 parallel-2series 48 Modules (in series) 24 kwh >90kW 4 EV / HEV Safety Presentation, NISSAN MOTOR CO., LTD, 2012
39 Enerji Sistemleri - Örnekler Bolloré Blue car Innovation in utilization (Autolib) Use metallic lithium as negative electrode active material (alone against all other manufacturers) Technical characteristics given by the manufacturer: 30 kwh battery Power 60 kw Specific energy 140 Wh/kg Autonomy 250 km Life: 10 years/ 1200 cycles Operation at C (Li-polymer technology) Anne de Guibert Aarhus, Innovation in Industrial Technologies: the case of batteries, 20 June 2012
40 Enerji Sistemleri - Örnekler Bolloré Blue car Innovation in utilization (Autolib) Use metallic lithium as negative electrode active material (alone against all other manufacturers) Technical characteristics given by the manufacturer: 30 kwh battery Power 60 kw Specific energy 140 Wh/kg Autonomy 250 km Life: 10 years/ 1200 cycles Operation at C (Li-polymer technology) Anne de Guibert Aarhus, Innovation in Industrial Technologies: the case of batteries, 20 June 2012
41 Hybrid Vehicle (HV) Battery Pack The Prius features a high voltage Hybrid Vehicle (HV) battery pack that contains sealed Nickel Metal Hydride (NiMH) battery modules. HV Battery Pack The HV battery pack is enclosed in a metal case and is rigidly mounted to the cargo area floor pan cross member behind the rear seat. The metal case is isolated from high voltage and concealed by carpet in the cabin area. The HV battery pack consists of 28 low voltage (7.2 Volt) NiMH battery modules connected in series to produce approximately Volts. Each NiMH battery module is non-spillable and in a sealed case. The electrolyte used in the NiMH battery module is an alkaline mixture of potassium and sodium hydroxide. The electrolyte is absorbed into the battery cell plates and will not normally leak, even in a collision.
42 Bataryalar/Aküler - Örnekler Tablo 1. Çeşitli Tipte Piller Enerji ve Güç Yoğunlukları Dr. Muhsin Mazman, Dr. Davut Uzun, Dr. Cem Kaypmaz, Emre Biçer, "Elektrikli Araçlar İçin Enerji Depolama Çözümleri", 2011
43 Bataryalar/Aküler - Örnekler Note: The United States Advanced Battery Consortium (USABC) has a midterm target of 600 deep cycles for EV batteries. Comparison of energy storage technologies suitable for HEVs Chris Mi, M. Abul Masrur, David Wenzhong Gao, Hybrid Electric Vehicles - Principles And Applications With Practical Perspectives, ISBN , 2011.
44 Bataryalar/Aküler - Örnekler Table: Properties of different types of rechargeable battery Sources: LCE (2006)1, Batteries in a portable world2, Battery FAQ3 SEI, Hybrid Electric and Battery Electric Vehicles, November 2007
45 Bataryalar/Aküler - Örnekler Table: The main technical characteristics of the four vehicles studied Note: EGR = exhaust gas re-circulation technology Table: The main technical characteristics of the four vehicles studied SEI, Hybrid Electric and Battery Electric Vehicles, November 2007
46 Batarya/Akü Performansı Table: Typical battery performance for the near term (medium car) (1) Obtained by multiplying the nominal capacity (in C or Ah) by the nominal voltage (V). For the Toyota Prius III, we find 6.5Ah*201.6V=1.31 kwh. (2) 28 modules weighting 1040 g each
47 pubs.rsc.org Bataryalar/Aküler - Örnekler
48 HİBRİD VE ELEKTRİKLİ ARAÇLARDA BATARYA
49 HİBRİD VE ELEKTRİKLİ ARAÇLARDA BATARYA
50 Enerji Sistemleri: Volanlar VOLANLAR Volanlar, yüksek ivmelenme gibi ani güç gerektiren araç özelliklerinin geliştirilmesine oldukça uygundur. Yüksek güç yoğunluğuna nazaran enerji yoğunlukları oldukça düşüktür. Volanlar, dönme hızlarının d/d gibi yüksek değerlere ulaşması ile yüksek enerji depolama kabiliyetine ulaşırlar. Konvansiyonel malzemeler, bu hızlarda ortaya çıkan gerilmelere dayanım gösterememektedir. Bu nedenle karbonfiber malzemelerin volanlarda uygulanmasına yönelik bir çok çalışma yürütülmektedir. Otobüs ve kamyon gibi araçlarda yüksek rejenaratif güçlerin depolanmasında ve bataryaların zayıf güç yoğunluğunu geliştirmek amacı ile kullanımı öngörülmektedir. Ref.: "ELEKTRİKLİ ARAÇLAR", TÜBİTAK Marmara Araştırma Merkezi Enerji Sistemleri ve Çevre Araştırma Enstitüsü, Eylül 2003.
51 Enerji Sistemleri: Volanlar Flywheel Energy Storage System Flywheels are becoming of increasing interest in hybrid vehicle design, particularly for larger passenger transit vehicles. This is because of the following reasons. First, the requirements on specific power and specific energy of the battery can be decoupled, affording optimization of the battery s specific energy density and hence cycle life. Second, as the high-rate power demand and high-current discharge are greatly reduced by the load leveling effect of the flywheel, the usable energy, endurance, and battery cycle life can be increased. Third, the flywheel can allow rapid interim recharges with high efficiency during periods of low power demand or regenerative braking. Due to the combined effect of load leveling of the main energy source and improved energy recovery during regenerative braking, the range of the vehicle can be remarkably extended. The energy density is primarily related to the flywheel s speed of rotation. Increasing the speed of rotation produces improved specific energy, but increases the potential safety hazard, and also the cost, since special bearings and high-strength materials are required. Instead of using a battery or fuel cell, an EV can potentially be powered solely by an ultrahigh-speed flywheel. The corresponding long-term potential benefits for EV applications are possible, since it can potentially provide higher specific energy and higher specific power than any batteries. Its specific power may possibly be even higher than the IC engine. The flywheel should also mitigate the problem of limited cycle life suffered by other sources because the life cycle of a flywheel is practically unlimited or at least longer than vehicle life . Chris Mi, M. Abul Masrur, David Wenzhong Gao, Hybrid Electric Vehicles - Principles And Applications With Practical Perspectives, ISBN , 2011.
52 Enerji Sistemleri: Volanlar Flywheel Energy Storage System (cont.) The mechanical energy stored in a flywheel can be expressed as where J is the moment of inertia and ω the rotational speed. The above equation clearly indicates that there is a squared relation between energy stored in the flywheel and its rotational speed. Several companies have developed practical flywheel storage systems, like CCM of the Netherlands and Magnet Motor in southern Germany, and have accumulated considerable experience in the running of production flywheel electric hybrid vehicles . CCM s flywheels rotate at speeds of rpm and operate with regenerative electronic drives of modern design; energy storage efficiencies of up to 93% have been achieved . Some basic concepts related to flywheels are important to consider. A flywheel involves the need to transfer one form of energy into another, that is, the kinetic energy of the flywheel. In some cases electrical energy may be converted and stored in a flywheel in mechanical form. Chris Mi, M. Abul Masrur, David Wenzhong Gao, Hybrid Electric Vehicles - Principles And Applications With Practical Perspectives, ISBN , 2011.
53 Enerji Sistemleri: Volanlar Flywheel Energy Storage System (cont.) But if mechanical energy from one body is needed to be transferred into another, that is, to a flywheel in this case, then it will be necessary to convert motion of the first body into motion of the flywheel. Consider the case of regenerative braking in a hybrid vehicle. Here it is necessary for motion of the vehicle s wheel to be reduced and the energy of motion to be transferred to the flywheel. In principle it is possible to transfer motion from one wheel to another as indicated in Figure. In this figure, Jv and ωv represent the inertia and angular velocity of the vehicle s wheel, and JFW and ωfw represent the same quantities for the flywheel. If the energy from the wheel is to be transferred to the flywheel, and assuming there is no loss in the process, at the end of the energy transfer the following relationship should hold: where ωv is the original angular velocity of the wheel and ωfw is the final angular velocity of the flywheel after the energy transfer is complete. When the flywheel speed has satisfied the equation, the full vehicle wheel energy will be transferred to the flywheel, and the wheel s speed should then be zero, theoretically speaking. Chris Mi, M. Abul Masrur, David Wenzhong Gao, Hybrid Electric Vehicles - Principles And Applications With Practical Perspectives, ISBN , 2011.
54 Enerji Sistemleri: Volanlar Figure: A simple connection between the vehicle s wheel and the flywheel Chris Mi, M. Abul Masrur, David Wenzhong Gao, Hybrid Electric Vehicles - Principles And Applications With Practical Perspectives, ISBN , 2011.
55 Enerji Sistemleri: Volanlar Figure 2: Use of gears to mechanically transfer motion between the vehicle s wheel and the flywheel The question is: how is the motion transferred? If the transfer is to be done purely mechanically, then one can introduce two sets of gears in the vehicle wheel shaft and the flywheel shaft respectively and slowly transfer the motion in a seamless manner as shown in Figure 2. Chris Mi, M. Abul Masrur, David Wenzhong Gao, Hybrid Electric Vehicles - Principles And Applications With Practical Perspectives, ISBN , 2011.
56 Enerji Sistemleri: Volanlar The idea is that initially the gears Aa will mesh together and other gears will be displaced laterally by some gear shifting scheme so that they are not engaged. With gear A having a very small diameter and gear a having a very large diameter, the flywheel will slowly start moving. The angular velocity will be such that the energy is conserved, that is, if the initial velocity of the wheel was ωv, then after Aa meshing, the relationship at steady state should be The value of ωv(new), the vehicle wheel velocity after some transfer of motion, will obviously be smaller than the original value ωv. Next time the gear Aa can be disengaged (by sliding the gears sideways) and Bb can be engaged. Following the same logic, the speed of the flywheel now increases a little more and the speed of the wheel will be reduced a little more. Similarly, continuing with the process of engaging Cc, and then Dd, and each time disengaging the previous gear set, the speed of the wheel will reduce more and more and the speed of the flywheel will increase ultimately until the energy of the flywheel will be equal to the energy of the wheel at its original speed prior to motion transfer. In principle this will be best achieved if the gears are continuously variable, rather than a discrete set of gears as in Figure 2. Obviously, due to the fact that an infinite number of gears are not possible, the process will be achieved through some discrete jumps if Figure 2 is followed. Also, note that the final energy of the flywheel will be somewhat less than the original energy of the wheel due to losses in the system. Chris Mi, M. Abul Masrur, David Wenzhong Gao, Hybrid Electric Vehicles - Principles And Applications With Practical Perspectives, ISBN , 2011.
57 Enerji Sistemleri: Volanlar Figure 3: Electromechanical means to transfer motion between the vehicle s wheel and the flywheel Chris Mi, M. Abul Masrur, David Wenzhong Gao, Hybrid Electric Vehicles - Principles And Applications With Practical Perspectives, ISBN , 2011.
58 Enerji Sistemleri: Volanlar The other way of transferring motion is by electromechanical means but using the same principle as above. Here a motor generator scheme is used, which provides the continuously variable speed ratio and motion transfer through electromechanical means. This is illustrated in Figure 3. In this figure, if the motion is to be transferred from the wheel on the left to the flywheel on the right, then the left electric machine will be a generator, and the power converter will convert the generator power properly to energize the other electric machine on the right. This one will then become a motor and will accelerate the flywheel. The motor generator sets and the power converter serve as a continually variable transmission if one wants to see it from that perspective. Eventually the speed of the wheel will be reduced and the speed of the flywheel will increase by an amount such that the reduction of mechanical energy of the wheel will be equal to the mechanical energy increase of the flywheel, less any losses. If it is intended to accelerate the vehicle again, the process will be reversed. One final note regarding the flywheel is that, when it is rotating, it can cause a gyroscopic effect if the vehicle suddenly tries to turn quickly. This problem can be generally remedied by having two rotational masses with the same inertia but moving in opposite directions. This can be easily implemented by placing the two rotating members in a single housing with a gear in between. Chris Mi, M. Abul Masrur, David Wenzhong Gao, Hybrid Electric Vehicles - Principles And Applications With Practical Perspectives, ISBN , 2011.
59 Dean Flanagan, Flywheels for transportation applications, EV2011VÉ Conference & Trade Show, Special Session: Emerging Energy Storage Technologies, 26 September 2011 Charge sustaining hybrid vehicle sweet spot of seconds 5x10 6 cycles Important note for flywheels: no erosion of performance characteristics (energy, power, efficiency) with age or cyclic use Addressable end-use typically falls within a 10 sec 10 min timeframe
60 Enerji Sistemleri: Süper Kapasitörler SÜPER KAPASİTÖRLER Süper kapasitörler yüksek güç yoğunlukları ile volanlara benzer uygulamalara adaydır. Ancak uygulama kolaylığı ve yüksek güvenirliliklerinin yanında maliyetleri nedeni ile seri üretim araçlarda henüz kullanılmamaktadır. Bunun yanında önümüzdeki yıllarda süper kapasitörlerin uygun maliyette geliştirileceği ve volanlara karşı büyük üstünlük sağlayacağı düşünülmektedir. en.wikipedia.org
61 Enerji Sistemleri: Ultracapacitors Ultracapacitors have a very long shelf life, with much lower maintenance requirements, enhanced performance at low temperature, and environmental friendliness. The only downside to ultracapacitors is their initial cost and relatively low energy density when compared to batteries . Unlike batteries, no chemical reactions are needed for storing and retrieving electrical energy with ultracapacitors and thus the energy efficiency is higher. The ultracapacitor s SOC is easier to estimate than that of a battery because the voltage is the only measurement needed (SOC is proportional to V^2). Also, ultracapacitors can be charged to a specific value and, due to their shelf life and charging mechanism, they can hold that charge with virtually no loss. Batteries are incapable of achieving this. Repeated depletion cycles of a lead acid or Li-ion battery can be detrimental to its lifespan; however, this is not the case with an ultracapacitor. Ultracapacitors provide more freedom in the DC link voltage or wherever else they are used because their charge does not depend on a certain voltage. Whatever voltage they are charged to is what they retain . As a result, a hybrid topology consisting of ultracapacitors is desired when variable voltages are required. This would be beneficial in portable fuel cell/ultracapacitor power supplies that could be used in emergencies or general use. A vast array of loads or devices could be powered by this system. Chris Mi, M. Abul Masrur, David Wenzhong Gao, Hybrid Electric Vehicles - Principles And Applications With Practical Perspectives, ISBN , 2011.
62 Enerji Sistemleri: Ultracapacitors Ultracapacitors allow rapid charging and discharging. This is especially useful for faster and efficient regenerative energy recovery in HEVs as well as for rapid charging of PHEVs. Simple charging methods can be used without needing a sophisticated SOC detection algorithm, and there is little danger of overcharging so long as the voltage is below the maximum allowable value. Ultracapacitors have a long cycle life (on the order of a million cycles), with little degradation over hundreds of thousands of discharge/charge cycles. In comparison, rechargeable batteries last for only a few hundred deep cycles. The ultracapacitor s energy density is much lower than that of an electrochemical battery (3 5 Wh/kg for an ultracapacitor compared to Wh/kg for a lead acid battery, and 120 Wh/kg or more for a Li-ion battery), and its volumetric energy density is only about 1/1000th of that of gasoline. As in any capacitor, the energy stored is a function of voltage squared. Effective storage and retrieval of energy requires complex electronic control and balancing circuits involving power electronics switches. The self-discharge rate is much higher than that of an electrochemical battery and thus it is only suitable for short-term energy storage. An enormous amount of energy could be released in a fraction of a second from an ultracapacitor and this could be life threatening if precautions were not taken. The internal resistance of ultracapacitors is very low, resulting in high cycle efficiency (95% or more). Environmentally, ultracapacitors are safer since they do not contain corrosive electrolytes or other highly toxic materials. In comparison, the reactive chemical electrolytes of rechargeable batteries present a disposal and safety hazard. Chris Mi, M. Abul Masrur, David Wenzhong Gao, Hybrid Electric Vehicles - Principles And Applications With Practical Perspectives, ISBN , 2011.
63 Yakıt Pilleri YAKIT PİLLERİ Gelecekte yakıt pillerinin EA larda ana enerji kaynağı olarak yaygın olarak kullanılacaktır. Son dönemlerde araç üreticileri tarafından, özellikle yakıt pili ve yakıt dönüştürücünün boyutlarının küçültülmesi için çalışmalar yürütülmektedir. Bunun yanında yakıt pillerinin seri üretim araçlarda uygulanmasına kadar geçen sürede güvenilirlik, stabilite, çeşitli iklim ve yol şartlarına uyum, güvenlik, bakım gibi konularda ayrıntılı çalışmalara henüz başlanmıştır. Yakıt pilli seri üretim araçlarının önümüzdeki on yıl içerisinde piyasada görüleceği düşünülmektedir. Yakıt hücreleri/pilleri (Fuel cell) nedir? Yakıt hücreleri/pilleri (Fuel cell), kimyasal enerjiyi doğrudan elektrik enerjisine dönüştüren elemanlardır. Yakıt hücresi, fosil yakıtlarının yakılması yerine, yakıt ile oksijenin elektrokimyasal reaksiyonu sonucunda enerji üreten bir tür bataryadır. Yakıt olarak genellikle hidrojen kullanılmaktadır. Oksijenle hidrojenin reaksiyonu su ürettiğinden, bu reaksiyondan kirletici ürün çıkışı söz konusu değildir. "ELEKTRİKLİ ARAÇLAR", TÜBİTAK Marmara Araştırma Merkezi Enerji Sistemleri ve Çevre Araştırma Enstitüsü, Eylül 2003
64 Hydraulic Energy Storage System Energy can also be stored by using a hydraulic system, where it is stored in the form of a compressed fluid or gas in a cylinder or similar means, known as an accumulator. To pressurize a compressible fluid, one needs mechanical power and energy, which can come from an IC engine or any other engine used to activate a hydraulic pump. Of course, in this case the original source of energy which drives the engine is chemical energy of the gasoline or diesel. While extracting the energy back from the hydraulic storage, one can use a hydraulic motor. The system-level scheme for realizing a hydraulic energy storage and extraction mechanism is shown in Figure X. In this figure, the dashed lines indicate the fluid flow path. In Figure X, chemical energy of the gasoline or diesel will drive an IC engine. The engine will drive a hydraulic pump which will basically draw an incompressible fluid from a lowpressure reservoir and increase its pressure. The high-pressure incompressible fluid can be used to drive a hydraulic motor which can drive some mechanical load. In the hydraulic motor, the mechanical fluid enters at high pressure and exits at low pressure, doing mechanical work in the process. Upon exiting the hydraulic motor, the low-pressure fluid flows to the low-pressure reservoir and the fluid flow circuit is completed. The high pressure reservoir fluid can also move a piston or similar mechanism which in turn can push against a compressible gas. This compression will cause energy to be stored in the gas. Once some predefined pressure has been achieved, a valve can be used to prevent further pressurization of the gas. While extracting energy from the accumulator, an appropriate valve can be opened and the compressed gas will work against some piston and pressurize the incompressible fluid in the high-pressure reservoir, which in turn will drive a hydraulic motor. Chris Mi, M. Abul Masrur, David Wenzhong Gao, Hybrid Electric Vehicles - Principles And Applications With Practical Perspectives, ISBN , 2011.
65 Hydraulic Energy Storage System Figure X: Generic scheme for hydraulic energy storage and extraction In Figure X, it can be seen that the dashed fluid flow path forms a closed loop system. It can also be seen that the fluid path can be bidirectional between the accumulator and the highpressure fluid reservoir. Note that energy itself is stored in the compressible gas or fluid. The incompressible fluid (liquid) provides a flexible path or actuator, which replaces any mechanical linkage which otherwise would have been used for actuation. Note also that an accumulator by itself is not of much use without the peripheral equipment or subsystems shown in Figure X, since ultimately the goal is to be able to use the stored energy in a beneficial manner when needed, or, when extra energy is available, to store it in the accumulator. All the above items shown in Figure X together form the overall hydraulic energy extraction and storage system mechanism. Chris Mi, M. Abul Masrur, David Wenzhong Gao, Hybrid Electric Vehicles - Principles And Applications With Practical Perspectives, ISBN , 2011.
66 READING TEXT Toyota Prius Hybrid Vehicle (HV) Microhybrids (idling start/stop) Soft hybrids (stop and go) Volanlar Kapasitörler
67 Toyota Prius Hybrid Vehicle (HV) Hybrid 2010 Model 3rd Generation, 2009 Toyota Motor Corporation
68 Hybrid 2010 Model 3rd Generation, 2009 Toyota Motor Corporation
69 Hybrid 2010 Model 3rd Generation, 2009 Toyota Motor Corporation
70 Hybrid Vehicle (HV) Battery Pack The Prius features a high voltage Hybrid Vehicle (HV) battery pack that contains sealed Nickel Metal Hydride (NiMH) battery modules. HV Battery Pack The HV battery pack is enclosed in a metal case and is rigidly mounted to the cargo area floor pan cross member behind the rear seat. The metal case is isolated from high voltage and concealed by carpet in the cabin area. The HV battery pack consists of 28 low voltage (7.2 Volt) NiMH battery modules connected in series to produce approximately Volts. Each NiMH battery module is non-spillable and in a sealed case. The electrolyte used in the NiMH battery module is an alkaline mixture of potassium and sodium hydroxide. The electrolyte is absorbed into the battery cell plates and will not normally leak, even in a collision.
71 Battery Location Label Low Voltage Battery Auxiliary Battery The Prius contains a sealed lead-acid 12 Volt battery. The 12 Volt auxiliary battery powers the vehicle s electrical system similar to a conventional vehicle. As with conventional vehicles, the negative terminal of the auxiliary battery is grounded to the metal chassis of the vehicle. The auxiliary battery is located in the cargo area. It is concealed by a fabric cover on the passenger side in the rear quarter panel well. NOTE: An under hood label shows the location of the HV battery (traction battery) and 12 Volt auxiliary battery.
72 High Voltage Safety The HV battery pack powers the high voltage electrical system with DC electricity. Positive and negative orange colored high voltage power cables are routed from the battery pack, under the vehicle floor pan, to the inverter/converter. The inverter/converter contains a circuit that boosts the HV battery voltage from to 650 Volts DC. The inverter/converter creates 3-phase AC to power the motor. Power cables are routed from the inverter/converter to each high voltage motor (electric motor, electric generator, and A/C compressor). The following systems are intended to help keep occupants in the vehicle and emergency responders safe from high voltage electricity: High Voltage Safety System A high voltage fuse 1 provides short circuit protection in the HV battery pack. Positive and negative high voltage power cables 2 connected to the HV battery pack are controlled by 12 Volt normally open relays 3. When the vehicle is shut off, the relays stop electrical flow from leaving the HV battery pack. WARNING: The high voltage system may remain powered for up to 10 minutes after the vehicle is shut off or disabled. To prevent serious injury or death from severe burns or electric shock, avoid touching, cutting, or breaching any orange high voltage power cable or high voltage component.
73 High Voltage Safety System Both positive and negative power cables 2 are insulated from the metal body. High voltage electricity flows through these cables and not through the metal vehicle body. The metal vehicle body is safe to touch because it is insulated from the high voltage components. A ground fault monitor 4 continuously monitors for high voltage leakage to the metal chassis while the vehicle is running. If a malfunction is detected, the hybrid vehicle computer 4 will illuminate the master warning light in the instrument cluster and indicate Check Hybrid System on the multi-information display. High Voltage Safety System Vehicle Shut Off (READY-OFF)
74 High Voltage Safety System Vehicle On and Operational (READY-ON)
75 READING TEXT: Microhybrids (idling start/stop) In these cars, the combustion engine is stopped as soon as the car stops. The starter alternator is only used to start the engine. No regenerative energy is recovered on breaking, and a few hundred watt-hours of energy is required (with a power of kw). Therefore 12V SLI lead acid batteries of the largest size can supply the required power. The same battery provides the energy for onboard equipment and starting. The battery is usually maintained at full SOC, but much more frequently and more deeply discharged than the conventional SLI. Table 1 describes a typical cycle life test for stop and start application . Therefore, battery aging is the challenge, the projected lifetime being generally about 1 2 years less than SLI batteries in conventional cars. As a consequence, the battery cost has to be as low as possible, and the replacement cost should be compensated by increased fuel economy. This fuel consumption reduction is obviously very dependent on the driving mode; in true urban configuration, with many stops, fuel saving can be more than 15%. Table 2 describes a typical utilization in urban conditions , recorded in Kyoto. The valve-regulated adsorbed glass mat (AGM) technology is the most appropriate and offers the best cost/performance ratio, because of an improved cycle life , as for example described in Fig. 2. Flooded type batteries with improved cycle life are also being developed, as evidenced in Fig. 3. UltraBattery is a new concept comprising a lead acid battery and an asymmetrical capacitor . Electric and Hybrid Vehicles - Power Sources, Models, Sustainability, Infrastructure and the Market by Pistoia 2010
76 Table 1: Typical cycle life test for Stop and Start applications (from Ref. ) Table 2. Typical idling stop rate description in city drive (Kyoto) (from Ref. ) Electric and Hybrid Vehicles - Power Sources, Models, Sustainability, Infrastructure and the Market by Pistoia 2010
77 Table 3. FreedomCAR energy storage system performance goals for power assist hybrid electric vehicles (November 2002) Electric and Hybrid Vehicles - Power Sources, Models, Sustainability, Infrastructure and the Market by Pistoia 2010
78 READING TEXT: Soft hybrids (stop and go) The main difference with the former concept is that some energy is saved by regenerative electric power produced on braking (50 60% braking energy is converted to electricity), and more electric energy is used on starting because the car starts in an electric mode, while the ICE is being started. Compared to stop and start, the gain in fuel consumption can be almost doubled in the same driving conditions (from 5 to 25%). There is a strong impact on the energy storage system that must be able to sustain high charge peak power, and provide more power and energy during the starting phase. The average power required during car start and average regeneration power is 6 kw. The lead acid battery provides the energy required during start, and all onboard electric energy needs. Because the battery provides more energy, the SOC will vary more than in the stop and start, and typical depth of cycling range is 20% DOD, between 100 and 80% SOC, for a battery of similar size to the stop and start hybrid. The conventional lead acid battery design with flat plates is not well suited for this working mode and lifetime is reduced. The solution would be to increase the battery size, but volume and weight would become a burden. A better technical solution is the advanced high-power lead acid technology of spirally wound design. Another solution considered today is an association of conventional SLI lead acid battery and supercapacitors. The role of the capacitors is to accommodate and store the high peaks of regenerative power and help on starting, while the battery provides energy. High-power Li ion batteries possess both power and energy requirements and can be considered as a future longer life solution as soon as the cost becomes compatible. Electric and Hybrid Vehicles - Power Sources, Models, Sustainability, Infrastructure and the Market by Pistoia 2010
79 Volanlar Mechanical plant (note the presence of r 2 and ω 2 in the equations for energy and stress) Solid disk Pierced disk Kinetic energy (J) Polar inertia (kg m 2 ) Peak stress (Pa) Dean Flanagan, Flywheels for transportation applications, EV2011VÉ Conference & Trade Show, Special Session: Emerging Energy Storage Technologies, 26 September 2011
80 Volanlar Flywheel = high voltage mechanical battery "More power, less energy" We advocate high power energy storage systems (ESS) for charge sustaining hybrids with a high degree of hybridization (DOH), where DOH=ESSpower/((ESSpower+Primepower)) Higher DOH gives rise to better fuel economy More power, not more energy, is the critical variable in terms of improved transportation energy efficiency Dean Flanagan, Flywheels for transportation applications, EV2011VÉ Conference & Trade Show, Special Session: Emerging Energy Storage Technologies, 26 September 2011
81 Ultracapacitors en.wikipedia.org
82 Ultracapacitors Styles of supercapacitors with activated carbon electrodes Schematic construction of a supercapacitor with stacked electrodes 1.Positive electrode, 2.Negative electrode, 3.Separator Schematic construction of a wound supercapacitor 1.Terminals, 2.Safety vent, 3.Sealing disc, 4.Aluminum can, 5.Positive pole, 6.Separator, 7.Carbon electrode, 8.Collector, 9.Carbon electrode, 10.Negative pole en.wikipedia.org
83 Capacitor EC: Electrochemical Capacitor Volvo
84 To Sum Up TO SUM UP: Options for storing the Energy Recharging vehicle battery packs State of charge influences how much of the generated current can be safely stored Ubiquitous method for hybrid cars Charging an array of capacitors/supercapacitors Pro: Very high charge/discharge rate (high power density) Con: Much lower than batteries energy density Allows for regen braking if batteries are at a high state of charge Implemented on some buses Non-electrical methods Fluid compression Flywheels
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