Supercapacitor and Lead-Acid Battery Based Hybrid Energy Storage Systems in Microgrid for Energy Control System
Sushil Kumar Bhoi, Swastik Rath, Smrutirekha Badatida
Energy Management System, Hybrid Energy Storage System, Microgrid, Supercapacitor, Lead-Acid Batter
Lead-acid batteries are a common energy storage option in modern microgrid applications. This study suggests installing an Energy Management System (EMS) that is managed by a hybrid energy storage system (HESS) consisting of lead-acid batteries and supercapacitors (SCs). Lower operating costs and longer battery life are the goals. Lead acid battery state of charge (SOC) depletion and daily cycle stress are reduced by SCs, which control and supply the high-frequency, power-dense section of the load cycle. But it's crucial to size the HESS correctly, taking into account load demand, available power sources, and budgetary restrictions. This article explains an algorithm that outlines the HESS's energy management control. One of the main advantages of using HESS versus passive systems is that it reduces the overall size of the system. By estimating future load dynamics using load current, the proposed energy management system primes the system for impending changes.
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Unique Paper ID: 162505

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 10, Issue 10

Page(s): 262 - 270
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