Plug-in Electric Vehicle Grid Integration


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276 p. · Hardback
This authoritative new resource provides a comprehensive introduction to plug-in electric vehicles (PEVs), including critical discussions on energy storage and converter technology. The architecture and models for sustainable charging infrastructures and capacity planning of small scale fast charging stations are presented. This book considers PEVs as mobile storage units and explains how PEVS can provide services to the grid. Enabling technologies are explored, including energy storage, converter, and charger technologies for home and park charging. The adoption of EV is discussed and examples are given from the individual battery level to the city level.

This book provides guidance on how to build and design sustainable transportation systems. Optimal arrival rates, optimal service rates, facility location problems, load balancing, and demand forecasts are covered in this book. Time-saving MATLAB code and background tables are included in this resource to help engineers with their projects in the field.
Part I - Electrification of Light-Duty Vehicles
. Introduction to Plug-In Electric Vehicles
. Enabling Technologies
. Bottlenecks for Electric Vehicles Penetration

Part II - Architectures, Control, and Optimization; Battery Model

. Charging Facility Design
. Capacity Planning of a Large Scale Plug-In Vehicle
. Capacity Planning of Small Scale Fast Charging Stations
. Optimal Arrival Rates
. Optimal Service Rates; Facility Location Problem
. Load Balancing and Demand Forecast

Part III - PEVs for Ancillary Services
. Vehicle-to-Vehicle Technology
. Vehicle-to-Grid Technology
. Miscellaneous
Islam Safak Bayram is an assistant professor at the Division of Sustainability at the College of Science and Engineering and a scientist at Qatar Environment and Energy Research Institute both at Hamad Bin Khalifa University. He received his B.S. degree in electrical and electronics engineering form Dokuz Eylul University, Izmir, Turkey, his M.S. degree in telecommunications from the University of Pittsburgh and his Ph.D. degree in computer engineering from North Carolina State University

Ali Tajer is an assistant professor of electrical, computer, and systems engineering at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute. He received his M.A. degree in statistics and Ph.D. degree in electrical engineering from Columbia University.