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open-access-imgOpen AccessStudy of Battery Performance Analysis with Regenerative Braking Methods using SIMULINK
Iwa Garniwa,
Giuseppe Orlando,
N. Noorfatima,
Budi Sudiarto,
B. Dipantara
Publication year2019
Publication title
journal of physics
Resource typeJournals
PublisherIOP Publishing
The purpose of this study is to find the most eligible battery capacity for ultra-compact electric vehicle. Lithium-Ion batteries configuration is designed and examined for the research. Physical characteristics of the vehicle and motor assign battery capacity. The battery must be able to attain certain length of track and to utilize regenerative braking method. Designed battery will be examined by adjusting loading variations and regenerative braking method with specified track length. The performance of the battery is analyzed with and without controller used during certain experiments. The obtained results emphasize the designed battery performances throughout variations of loading and regenerative braking method applied. During performance test in the field, the battery shows that the average discharge current is inversed to the average voltage during constant and varied velocity tests. Moreover, the battery velocity rises when the regenerative braking method is applied. The throughout experiment will be compared and analyzed using SIMULINK.
Subject(s)automotive engineering , battery (electricity) , brake , computer science , engine braking , engineering , physics , power (physics) , quantum mechanics , regenerative brake
SCImago Journal Rank0.21

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