Finally, an electrochemical hybrid power system design problem is formulated as a dynamic optimization problem. The chosen solution methodology has gained renewed attention recently due to increasing computing power and memory and advances in large-scale nonlinear program solution algorithms. These advances render the very large optimization problems that result from this approach tractable, while allowing for the straightforward inclusion of state path constraints.Data Acquisition and Control System Power Supply \ / Electric Load Mechanical Relays Figure 2.1: Schematic layout of battery charge discharge system. ... Data acquisition and control were accomplished using Lab VIEWAr software version 6.
|Title||:||Techniques for Parameter Estimation, Simulation, and Optimization of Dynamic Electrochemical Systems|
|Author||:||Andrew Timothy Stamps|
|Publisher||:||ProQuest - 2007|