Digital Library on Green Mobility

Thesis & Dissertations

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Thesis & Dissertations
Optimal scheduling of electric vehicle aggregator in electricity markets

2020

Author(s): Dharampal S S

The main objective of this work is to introduce G2V scheduling in multiple electricity markets and to review important problems in the current G2V scheduling problem such as reduction of the EV owner cost, support the power grid, monetize and capture EVs’ value, generate revenues for EVA. The streams or stacks of value can be monetized by charging customers’ batteries when wholesale prices are low, or discharging them when the opposite is true; and by supporting local distribution networks at times when they are stressed. The more flexible the EVs fleet is, the better positioned market will be to respond to coming changes in power system and transportation sectors, such as the addition of more renewables, the deployment of storage, and the provision of essential grid support services.

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An efficient wireless topology for electric vehicle battery charging

2021

Author(s): Nama, J K

Recent studies on the topological framework of IWPT system declines required adapt ability and performance for regularly updating EV battery technology. Some of the identified regions include variations of the battery voltage, capacity, and management system for the light load (personal) to heavy load (passenger vehicle); adopted topology for on-board operation; topological limitations for control and gating scheme. These reasons have promoted academia and industry-wide efforts to acquire a flexible and adoptable IWPT technology for future EVs.

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The study proposes many charging configurations have been proposed and described. The main thesis contributions include development of GDC for three proposed BDC structures to trigger the switch in an efficient way.

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Battery Management System for Electric Vehicle

2019

Author(s): Sangwan, Venu

In this research work, a power management system is developed to effectively utilize power from both smaller size fixed batteries and larger size batteries to supply energy demanded by drivetrain of EVs.

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This thesis attempts to address the major issues of load modelling, planning and impact analysis of Fast Charging Stations with renewable on the performance of distribution system.

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Some Investigations on Integration of Electric Vehicles in Distribution System

2021

Author(s): Singh, Jyotsna

The main objective of this thesis is to study in detail the impact of scheduling strategies including different vehicle to grid (V2G) services available from EVs. Furthermore, the coordination of scheduling strategies with existing operative tools in distribution system is also studied.

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Intelligent Charging Management of Electric Vehicles for Smart City

2020

Author(s): Gupta, Vishu

The study provides the results of scheduling under decentralized and centralized control in a multi-aggregator environment along with recommendations for applicability.