SMES IMPLANTED SMART GRID-FOR THE EV CHARGING STATION
Electric vehicle (EV), smart grid, voltage stability, superconducting magnetic energy storage (SMES), Current Source and voltage source converter (CSC and VSC), Fuzzy logic control.
The battery lifetime of an electric vehicle (EV) has significant impact on the development of EV. In this paper a method with Superconducting Magnetic Energy Storage (SMES) is used to improve the battery lifetime of EV. The SMES is stabilizing the EV charging system voltage to improve battery life and charge efficiency on a smart grid. To verify the influence of the controlled SMES improves the system transient stability, situations under load fluctuation and fault, and the SMES capacity for system compensation have been investigated. The results obtained from the analysis indicate the compensating instantaneous voltage dip in the grid and improving the power system quality. So SMES increasing the power quality and stability of the EV system.