Rechargeable Energy Storage Systems for Plug-in Hybrid Electric Vehicles — Assessment of Electrical Characteristics

@inproceedings{Omar2012RechargeableES,
  title={Rechargeable Energy Storage Systems for Plug-in Hybrid Electric Vehicles — Assessment of Electrical Characteristics},
  author={Noshin Omar and Mohamed Daowd and P. van den Bossche and Omar T. Hegazy and Jelle Smekens and Thierry Coosemans and Joeri Van Mierlo},
  year={2012}
}
In this paper, the performances of various lithium-ion chemistries for use in plug-in hybrid electric vehicles have been investigated and compared to several other rechargeable energy storage systems technologies such as lead-acid, nickel-metal hydride and electrical-double layer capacitors. The analysis has shown the beneficial properties of lithium-ion in the terms of energy density, power density and rate capabilities. Particularly, the nickel manganese cobalt oxide cathode stands out with… CONTINUE READING

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