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Study of the Efficiency of Hybrid Energy Storage Systems on the Basis of Electric Double Layer Capacitor and Accumulator

  • Sergey M. Karabanov (a1), Andrey S. Karabanov (a1), Dmitriy V. Suvorov (a1), Gennadiy P. Gololobov (a1) and Evgeniy V. Slivkin (a1)...

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Currently the improvement of stand-alone PV power systems characteristics, including increase of their service life is the actual direction of ground solar power development. The analysis of stand-alone PV power systems efficiency with the use of ultra capacitors is carried out by the means of mathematical modeling. The obtained data shows that the use of ultra capacitors as additional short-term energy storage devices in stand-alone PV power systems contributes to considerable increase of storage batteries lifetime and the total system operating time.

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Study of the Efficiency of Hybrid Energy Storage Systems on the Basis of Electric Double Layer Capacitor and Accumulator

  • Sergey M. Karabanov (a1), Andrey S. Karabanov (a1), Dmitriy V. Suvorov (a1), Gennadiy P. Gololobov (a1) and Evgeniy V. Slivkin (a1)...

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