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Small Electric Car with Battery and Fuel Cell

Originální název

Small Electric Car with Battery and Fuel Cell

Anglický název

Small Electric Car with Battery and Fuel Cell

Jazyk

en

Originální abstrakt

The paper describes the design procedure of the energy source for small hybrid electric car (E-car). The energy source of E-car consists of fuel cell stack and the Li-Fe-PO battery pack. The hybrid means that the fuel cell provides continues value of traction power, and the peak power, necessary for acceleration, are supplied with relatively small battery. The article also discusses energy-flow simulations useful for determination of the optimal power of the fuel cell. They are based on European EC15 profile defined for city traffic operation. Finally the real construction of the whole system build-in in E-car is described.

Anglický abstrakt

The paper describes the design procedure of the energy source for small hybrid electric car (E-car). The energy source of E-car consists of fuel cell stack and the Li-Fe-PO battery pack. The hybrid means that the fuel cell provides continues value of traction power, and the peak power, necessary for acceleration, are supplied with relatively small battery. The article also discusses energy-flow simulations useful for determination of the optimal power of the fuel cell. They are based on European EC15 profile defined for city traffic operation. Finally the real construction of the whole system build-in in E-car is described.

BibTex


@inproceedings{BUT72565,
  author="Vladimír {Minárik} and Petr {Procházka} and Ivo {Pazdera} and Dalibor {Červinka}",
  title="Small Electric Car with Battery and Fuel Cell",
  annote="The paper describes the design procedure of the energy source for small hybrid electric car (E-car). The energy source of E-car consists of fuel cell stack and the Li-Fe-PO battery pack. The hybrid means that the fuel cell provides continues
value of traction power, and the peak power, necessary for acceleration, are supplied with relatively small battery. The article also discusses energy-flow simulations useful for
determination of the optimal power of the fuel cell. They are based on European EC15 profile defined for city traffic operation. Finally the real construction of the whole system build-in in E-car is described.",
  booktitle="2011 IEEE International Symposium on Industrial Electronics",
  chapter="72565",
  howpublished="electronic, physical medium",
  year="2011",
  month="june",
  pages="1666--1671",
  type="conference paper"
}