Energy Storage Systems for Automotive Applications

  title={Energy Storage Systems for Automotive Applications},
  author={Srdjan M. Lukic and Jian Cao and Ramesh C. Bansal and Fernando Rodriguez and Ali Emadi},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Industrial Electronics},
The fuel efficiency and performance of novel vehicles with electric propulsion capability are largely limited by the performance of the energy storage system (ESS). This paper reviews state-of-the-art ESSs in automotive applications. Battery technology options are considered in detail, with emphasis on methods of battery monitoring, managing, protecting, and balancing. Furthermore, other ESS candidates such as ultracapacitors, flywheels and fuel cells are also discussed. Finally, hybrid power… CONTINUE READING
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