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Ultra-capacitors in power conversion systems : applications, analysis and design from theory to practice / Petar J. Grbovic.

By: Grbovic, Petar J.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Chichester, West Sussex, United Kingdom : John Wiley & Sons Ltd., 2014Description: 1 online resource.Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9781118693629 (MobiPocket); 1118693620 (MobiPocket); 9781118694244 (Adobe PDF); 1118694244 (Adobe PDF); 9781118694251 ( ePub); 1118694252 ( ePub); 9781118693636; 1118693639.Subject(s): Electric current converters -- Equipment and supplies | Supercapacitors | Electric machinery -- Equipment and supplies | TECHNOLOGY & ENGINEERING / Power Resources / GeneralGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Ultra-capacitors in power conversion systemsDDC classification: 621.31/5 Other classification: TEC031000 Online resources: Wiley Online Library Summary: "Divided into five parts, this book is focused on ultra-capacitors and their applications in power conversion systems. It discusses ultra-capacitor analysis, modelling and module design from a macroscopic (application) perspective. It also describes power conversion applications, interface dc-dc converter design and entire conversion system design. Part One covers the background of energy storage technologies, with particular attention on state-of-the-art ultra-capacitor energy storage technologies. In Chapter four of this part, power conversion systems with integrated energy storage is discussed. The advantages and disadvantages of the use of ultra-capacitors versus electrochemical battery energy storage in particular applications are clearly identified. Part Two covers system design aspects in detail, and Part Three is dedicated to a case study of controlled electric drive applications. A case study of renewable energy and power quality applications is presented throughout Part Four. Part Five focuses on a case study of diesel-electric hybrid applications, such as autonomous generators, heavy tracks, dampers and earth moving equipment. Each part includes end-of-chapter design examples and exercises, discussion of the topic, design procedure, and a presentation of the different control schemes for the topic"-- Provided by publisher.
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"Divided into five parts, this book is focused on ultra-capacitors and their applications in power conversion systems. It discusses ultra-capacitor analysis, modelling and module design from a macroscopic (application) perspective. It also describes power conversion applications, interface dc-dc converter design and entire conversion system design. Part One covers the background of energy storage technologies, with particular attention on state-of-the-art ultra-capacitor energy storage technologies. In Chapter four of this part, power conversion systems with integrated energy storage is discussed. The advantages and disadvantages of the use of ultra-capacitors versus electrochemical battery energy storage in particular applications are clearly identified. Part Two covers system design aspects in detail, and Part Three is dedicated to a case study of controlled electric drive applications. A case study of renewable energy and power quality applications is presented throughout Part Four. Part Five focuses on a case study of diesel-electric hybrid applications, such as autonomous generators, heavy tracks, dampers and earth moving equipment. Each part includes end-of-chapter design examples and exercises, discussion of the topic, design procedure, and a presentation of the different control schemes for the topic"-- Provided by publisher.

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