Batteries of electric vehicles have to be charged by power electronic converters connected to the electric grid. If these power converters are bidirectional they can be exploited to act in support to the grid operation, thus realizing the so called vehicle-To-grid (V2G) systems. At the University of Trieste an experimental V2G apparatus is under construction. Its control system has been developed and the first simulation tests has been performed. The paper describes the V2G experimental apparatus with its control system and reports the results of the preliminary simulation tests.

Design and simulation of a vehicle-To-grid system

Castellan S.;Blasuttigh N.;Menis R.;Massi Pavan;Mezzarobba M.;
2020

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Batteries of electric vehicles have to be charged by power electronic converters connected to the electric grid. If these power converters are bidirectional they can be exploited to act in support to the grid operation, thus realizing the so called vehicle-To-grid (V2G) systems. At the University of Trieste an experimental V2G apparatus is under construction. Its control system has been developed and the first simulation tests has been performed. The paper describes the V2G experimental apparatus with its control system and reports the results of the preliminary simulation tests.
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