MATEC Web of Conferences
Volume 180, 201813th International Conference Modern Electrified Transport – MET’2017
|Number of page(s)||6|
|Section||Energy Effectiveness of Transport|
|Published online||27 July 2018|
Experimental study of the use of electric car powered with stationary solar and electrochemical batteries in Northern Poland
Gdańsk University of Technology, Faculty of Electrical and Control Engineering, Laboratory of Innovative Power Technologies and Integration of Innovative Energy Sources: LINTE^2, ul. Sobieskiego 5, 80-216, Gdańsk, Poland
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The subject of this paper is an experimental analysis of a Nissan LEAF electric car equipped with 24 kWh battery, powered from the standalone photo-voltaic (PV) charging station in Gdańsk, Poland. The calculations of charging process efficiency and range of test drives were conducted in two extreme situations (winter and summer) of sunlight and road conditions. Experiments were performed in the Laboratory of Innovative Power Technologies and Integration of Innovative Energy Sources (LINTE^2) at Gdańsk University of Technology. The car was night-charged with the stationary electrochemical battery, which, in turn, was powered with PV panels during the day. The impact of sunlight and ambient temperature changes on daily urban and highway drive ranges was analysed. The efficiency of energy conversion in multiple current converters was determined.
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