Lifetime Analysis of Super Capacitor for Many Power Electronics Applications

  title={Lifetime Analysis of Super Capacitor for Many Power Electronics Applications},
  author={Rajib Sarkar Rajan and Md. Moshiur Rahman},
  journal={IOSR Journal of Electrical and Electronics Engineering},
Supercapacitoris an electrochemical energy storage device with a high power and energy density. It acts as an energy buffer or energy sources due to their high power density compared to other charge storing devices. To improve the performance, reliability and using this device more conveniently lifetime is a important feature. So in this paper we analyze lifetime of supercapacitor depends on temperature and voltage factor because lifetime of supercapacitors depends mainly on the capacitor… 

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