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    Title: Using battery & Supercapacitor for electric cars start up
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    Date: 2018
    Publication type: Seminar work
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    1. IPCO CONF
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    Abstract

    This paper treats the start-up of hybrid electrical vehicle in cold condition. The storage elements remains the critical point in the development of the vehicles. The study considers the supercapacitors (high power density) that store energy in the form of electrical charge complementary to the batteries (high energy density). The concept of this hybrid system is to introduce, in addition to the energy source (battery), a power source (supercapacitor). This hybridization technology has better performance, especially in terms of cost, design and life span of the batteries than a system composed solely of batteries, as is the case in most electric vehicles and hybrid electric vehicles the nowadays in the market. The goal of this work is to increase the effectiveness of the electric car start-up, which is directly depending on the battery performance. The proposed solution uses a hybridization of the battery with supercapacitors (SC). In addition, these SCs will be in charge of a rapid heating of the batteries, which will in turn recharge the SCs during the trip. Consequently, the lifespan of th