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Investigation of High-Energy and High-Power Hybrid Energy Storage Systems for Military Vehicle Application
ISSN: 0148-7191, e-ISSN: 2688-3627
Published June 23, 2003 by SAE International in United States
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Military and civilian vehicles are moving towards more electrification, in response to the increasing demand for multi-mode missions, fuel consumption and emissions reduction, and dual use electrical and electronic components. Consequently, the vehicle electric load is increasing rapidly. For military vehicles, these electrical loads include: the loads for electric traction (EV and HEV), cabin climate conditioning, vehicle control and actuation, actuation by wire (X by wire), sensors, reconnaissance, communications, weapons etc. All these requirements need to be supported by an efficient, fast responding and high capacity energy storage system.
The electric load of a vehicle can be decomposed into two components--- static and dynamic loads. The static component is slowly varying power with limited magnitude, whereas the dynamic load is fast varying power with large magnitude. The energy storage system, accordingly, comprises of two basic elements. One is energy source to support the static load and other is a power source to support the dynamic load. A smart combination of the available energy storages, which have different characteristics, may result in a high performance energy storage system.
CitationGao, Y., Moghbelli, H., Ehsani, M., Frazier, G. et al., "Investigation of High-Energy and High-Power Hybrid Energy Storage Systems for Military Vehicle Application," SAE Technical Paper 2003-01-2287, 2003, https://doi.org/10.4271/2003-01-2287.
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