Regenerative braking energy utilization by multi train cooperation

@article{Sun2014RegenerativeBE,
  title={Regenerative braking energy utilization by multi train cooperation},
  author={Xubin Sun and Hu Cai and Xiaowei Hou and Mengyang Zhang and Hairong Dong},
  journal={17th International IEEE Conference on Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITSC)},
  year={2014},
  pages={139-144}
}
Regenerative braking system is widely used on subway trains, which will transmit kinetic energy of the trains to electricity. When the braking speed of a train is comparatively high, regenerative braking is prior to the mechanical braking. However, if the regenerative braking energy can not be absorbed by other trains in the same power supply section, the regenerative braking energy may lead to the voltage rising, even have to use dissipative resistance to absorb the surplus energy. The… CONTINUE READING

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