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Habibzadeh M, Mirimani S M. A Novel Implementation of SVM-DTC: Integrated Control of IPM Motor and Hybrid Energy Storage System for Electric Vehicle Application. IJEEE 2021; 17 (4) :1931-1931
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The role of energy management in hybrid and electric vehicles (EVs) is an important concern to enhance operational performance and provide the defined efficiency targets in transportation. The power conversion stage as an interface between storage units and the DC-link of the three-phase inverter forms a major challenge in EVs. In this study, a control approach for DC-bus voltage, which utilizes a hybrid energy storage system (HESS) for EV applications, has been proposed. A high-energy-density battery pack and an ultra-capacitor, which owns a high-power density, form the hybrid energy storage system. The proposed approach allows full utilization of the stored energy in the storage devices, and also adds a voltage boost feature to the DC-bus. In the proposed control structure, a motor drive based on SVM-DTC is used to track the flux and torque components using regulators with the space vector modulation. The optimal DC-bus voltage can be tracked by incorporating the motor drive stage with a HESS. This integration results in less processed power. This article presents the simulation results toward confirming and verifying the effectiveness of the proposed approach.
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  • Integrating batteries with other storage devices to form a hybrid energy storage system (HESS);
  • Ultra-capacitors own interesting features, including high-power density, high efficiency, fast charge, and wide operational range;
  • The HESS and battery system integration is capable of utilizing all advantages of both devices;
  • The use of a variable DC bus voltage improves the system ef´Čüciency by boosting the bus voltage;
  • A motor drive system is composed of a three-phase voltage source inverter (VSI) and a motor.

Type of Study: Research Paper | Subject: Power Electronics Applications
Received: 2020/07/08 | Revised: 2021/05/16 | Accepted: 2021/05/28

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