Online ISSN: 2515-8260

Keywords : Electric vehicles

Dynamic modelling of a multi terminal fuzzy logic controller for electric vehicle charging plants based on hybrid energy system


European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 4, Pages 793-803

Electric vehicles (EVL) are eventual increase along hybrid energy electric vehicles also lead require foe rapid charging. Rapid charging needs very huge power dynamics, these rapid charging’s not sustained by normal electrical utility. In this manner, the utilization about to renewable energy sources close by the electrical network by EVL charging endures growing territory of intrigue. In this work, a photovoltaic (PV) renewable source is utilized to help huge dynamic power EVL charging’s. Be that as it may, PV output is an irregular control about to subject to the climate situations. In this way, renewable PV energy source is combined to battery to store the energy and it tied with grid for rapid dynamics, giving the consistent source to on location EVL rapid charging about to sustainable power source positioned for quick charging stations, PV established quick recharging plants concern with cost adequate, if number of EVL s connected to grid this can very efficient, reliable and cost effective also for rapid rate of charging plants. Be that as it may, quick charging plants, particularly super-quick charging plants may give pressure power network within probable over-burden at cresting time, unexpected power stress along with voltage droop. In this paper examines the complete model for multi connection converters established to EVL recharging plants constructed along to PV power plants with storage system like battery. In this project, fuzzy logic control plan along with PV generation, EVL rapid recharging plants along with energy storage device implemented to enhanced adjustment in addition to power droop variations, and compensations of voltage sag. Therefore, in the impact of grid power in decreased because of the coordinating comparing every day recharging request and satisfactory daytime PV power production. Different charging methods are introduced to EVL charging using PV combination of storage system analyses in MATLAB simulations results.