Sizing and Dynamic modeling of a Power System for the MUN Explorer Autonomous Underwater Vehicle using a Fuel Cell and Batteries

@inproceedings{Albarghot2019SizingAD,
  title={Sizing and Dynamic modeling of a Power System for the MUN Explorer Autonomous Underwater Vehicle using a Fuel Cell and Batteries},
  author={Mohamed M. Albarghot and M. Tariq Iqbal and K. Pope and Luc Rolland},
  year={2019}
}
The combination of a fuel cell and batteries has promising potential for powering autonomous vehicles. The MUN Explorer Autonomous Underwater Vehicle (AUV) is built to do mappingtype missions of seabeds as well as survey missions. These missions require a great deal of power to reach underwater depths (i.e. 3000 meters). The MUN Explorer uses 11 rechargeable Lithiumion (Li-ion) batteries as the main power source with a total capacity of 14.6 kWh to 17.952 kWh, and the vehicle can run for 10… CONTINUE READING
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