Model Predictive Control of hybrid fuel cell/battery/supercapacitor power sources

  title={Model Predictive Control of hybrid fuel cell/battery/supercapacitor power sources},
  author={Amin and B. R. Trilaksono and A. Sasongko and A. Rohman and C. J. Dronkers and R. Ortega},
  journal={2012 International Conference on System Engineering and Technology (ICSET)},
The use of fuel cell as future energy for vehicle application is very promising due to its environmentally friendly, efficient, and flexible properties. When applied to the vehicle, one drawback of fuel cells is that it is unable to supply sudden load changes since the dynamics of fuel cells is slow. However, this could be compensated by adding energy storage systems (batteries and/or supercapacitor). To supply the load, fuel cell and energy storage system will be controlled by a DC-DC… Expand
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