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An efficient control strategy for the hybrid wind-battery system to improve battery performance and lifetime

Abstract : The main challenge in hybrid wind-battery systems is the battery cost including investment and replacement. Thus, numerous studies have been conducted on cost minimization. Previous studies often focused on the battery sizing, while the battery performance has also the significant effect on the battery replacement and in turn battery cost. In this paper, a new approach is proposed to improve the battery performance and lifetime. We proposed an extended two-set battery model with new scenarios and formulation to achieve a balance between batteries and managing their power during prediction error. In this model, shallow charge/discharge cycles are eliminated, and batteries experience complete cycles. Furthermore, the battery availability is increased. The simulation results for a case study are presented and the results show the effectiveness of the proposed approach in comparison of conventional models.
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Mehrdad Gholami, Majid Mehrasa, Reza Razi, Ahmad Hably, Seddik Bacha, et al.. An efficient control strategy for the hybrid wind-battery system to improve battery performance and lifetime. 47th Annual Conference of the IEEE Industrial Electronics Society (IES), Oct 2021, Toronto (virtual), Canada. ⟨hal-03410200⟩

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