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Optimal sizing of an energy storage system for a hybrid vehicle applied to an off-road application

Abstract : This paper aims at comparing three different configurations of energy storage systems (ESS) for a fuel cell hybrid vehicle. This study is applied on an off-road vehicle, a new concept of hybrid electric mini-excavator. The power supply system (PSS) is composed of a predefined fuel cell system and one or two energy storage systems. In this paper, the sizing and the configuration of energy storage components is explored and cost considerations are taken into account for optimal design.
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Alan Chauvin, Ali Sari, Alaa Hijazi, Eric Bideaux. Optimal sizing of an energy storage system for a hybrid vehicle applied to an off-road application. AIM, Jul 2014, Besançon, France. pp.775 - 780, ⟨10.1109/AIM.2014.6878173⟩. ⟨hal-01075201⟩

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