Towards the new energy storage system for conventional cars

  title={Towards the new energy storage system for conventional cars},
  author={S. Sladi{\'c} and Alen Poljak and N. Buli{\'c}},
  journal={Engineering review},
  • S. Sladić, Alen Poljak, N. Bulić
  • Published 2018
  • Computer Science
  • Engineering review
  • Lead-acid batteries are widely used in conventional cars. This electric energy storage system (ESS) has to be capable to store enough energy for cranking the conventional car after the weeks without additional charging. After the start of internal combustion engine (ICE) of conventional car synchronous machine usually called alternator start to generate electrical energy. Electric current supplied in this way should be rectified and stored in lead-acid battery for the next start-up. In this… CONTINUE READING


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