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    Title: 能源系統之安全備援設計及驗證;Development and Verification of An Energy System Architecture with Safe Backup Parallelism
    Authors: 周崇仁;Chou, Chung-Jen
    Contributors: 光機電工程研究所
    Keywords: 直接甲醇燃料電池;電池管理系統;電池交換;平行控制;電源備援;Direct methanol fuel cell;Battery management system;Battery swapping;Parallel control;Power redundancy
    Date: 2021-11-24
    Issue Date: 2021-12-07 11:49:53 (UTC+8)
    Publisher: 國立中央大學
    Abstract: 為了將綠色能源模組可靠的運用在行動設備上,本研究開發具備併聯架構之電源管理系統為四處佈建的物聯網設備建構可攜式長效型直接甲醇燃料電池(DMFC)電源,也為大型車輛及電池儲能站建構可以熱插拔的高效能電池交換系統,均具備安全備援能力。
    ;Promoting green energy in mobile applications, we developed energy management systems of architectural parallelism for a semi-active Direct Methanol Fuel Cell (DMFC) power station of extended life time for Internet of Things (IoT) applications in the field, and, also, for highly energy efficient battery hot swap technology for electric buses and power battery charging and exchange stations. Both of the applications realize the safety backup parallelism in the system for their fault tolerance.
    For in field IoT applications, the conventional active DMFC with complexity optimized for the best electro chemical efficiency was simplified and optimized into the semi-active module for better production yield, easier assembly, and parallel operations. New battery management system were developed to coordinate the operation of the modules in parallel to scale up power capacity, to enhance power generation stability and its environmental endurance. The prototype survived 3600 hours of continuous outdoor tests throughout a winter and a summer while maintaining an average power output of 3.3W with a maximum 12W of transient load bearing capacity, complying to its design specifications.
    On the other hand, to increase power capability, intelligent mobile battery packs with new integrated network capable battery management system were developed to allow battery hot swap and convenient, safe, reliable, energy efficient operation in parallelism. In the network of the plugged-in battery packs, the emerged primary pack coordinates the packs, through their control network, the mounting of the packs′ electric bus onto the common power bus directly and safely without voltage converters. Meanwhile, all other packs are the minors synchronizing to the whole network control status and getting ready to assume the primary role in case of any plug-in change and individual pack failure so that system is fault tolerant. The reliability of hot swap was verified through the tests of sequential plug-ins and random exchanges of battery packs. Our energy output efficiency is equivalent to a system of batteries connected together through voltage converters of efficiency as high as 99.2%.
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