ISSN E 2409-2770
ISSN P 2521-2419

Comparative Analysis of Different Storage Technologies for Energy Critical Application



Vol. 7, Issue 01, PP. 62-67, January 2020

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Keywords: Battery storage system, Micro-grid, Battery Model, Three stage battery charger, and constant current electronic load

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The scope of this research work is the analysis and study of the rechargeable batteries. During this research, battery testbeds are developed for all under study battery technologies. A few hundreds of charging, discharging experimentation has been performed under a variety of charging profiles and discharging load patterns. These observations have been critically analyzed to capture the behavior of the batteries comprehensively.  These behavioral profiles of these batteries have been utilized for developing an accurate battery model. The proposed model is a hybrid model composed of Diffusion model and combined electric circuit-based model, which accounts for nonlinearities of rate capacity effect, recovery effect, capacity fading, storage runtime and open circuit voltage, current-, temperature-, dependency to transient response. This proposed model would be a great help for energy aware circuit designing, because it’s an equivalent circuit model that could be co-simulated in circuit simulation environment, like Matlab Simulink. A quantitative figure of merit for the selection of battery system for a specific microgrid application has been devised on the bases of important battery parameters.


    Alamgir Ahmad Khattak: Department of Electrical Energy Systems Engineering, US Pakistan Centre for Advanced Studies in Energy, University of Engineering and technology Peshawar, Pakistan

    Muhammad Safdar: Department of Electrical Energy Systems Engineering, US Pakistan Centre for Advanced Studies in Energy, University of Engineering and technology Peshawar, Pakistan

    Asad Nawaz Khan: Department of Electrical Energy Systems Engineering, US Pakistan Centre for Advanced Studies in Energy, University of Engineering and technology Peshawar, Pakistan

    Adil Nawaz Khan: CECOS University of IT and Emerging Sciences Peshawar, Pakistan


Alamgir Ahmad Khattak Muhammad Safdar Asad Nawaz Khan and Adil Nawaz Khan Comparative Analysis of Different Storage Technologies for Energy Critical Application International Journal of Engineering Works Vol. 7 Issue 01 PP. 62-67 January 2020 https://doi.org/10.34259/ijew.20.7016267


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