Digital Library on Green Mobility

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Mobile Electric Vehicles

Online Charging and Discharging

Publication Year: 2016

Author(s): Wang M, Zhang R, Shen X

Abstract:

This book observes recent research on designing online charging and discharging strategies for mobile electric vehicles (EVs) in smart grid. First, the architecture and applications are provided. Then, the authors review the existing works on charging and discharging strategy design for EVs. Critical challenges and research problems are identified. Promising solutions are proposed to accommodate the issues of high EV mobility, vehicle range anxiety, and power systems overload.

The authors investigate innovating charging and discharging potentials for mobile EVS based on real-time information collections (via VANETS and/or cellular networks) and offer the power system adjustable load management methods.  Several innovative charging/discharging strategy designs to address the challenging issues in smart grid, i.e., overload avoidance and range anxiety for individual EVs, are presented. This book presents an alternative and promising way to release the pressure of the power grid caused by peak-time EV charging demand.

Series Edition: Wireless Networks

ISBN: 978-3-319-25130-1

Publisher/Organisation: Springer International Publishing

Rights: Springer International Publishing

URL:
https://www.springer.com/gp/book/9783319251288

Theme: Vehicle Technology | Subtheme: Electric vehicles

Tags: Electric mobility, Mobility ecosystem, New mobility, Mobile electric vehicles, EVs, Smart grid,VANETS, Cellular networks, Vehicular communication, Power system management

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