The pressing need to decrease the greenhouse gases and to improve the efficiency of the existing fleet of vehicles it is imperative that they use some cleaner energy to run the vehicle. Electrical energy can be used in addition with gasoline used by the internal combustion engine of a conventional vehicle to supplement the incremental demand of power above the average power required by the vehicle. This requires for an on-board energy storage system and batteries like NiMH and Li-ion have proven to be efficient storage devices. This paper provides a comprehensive comparison of these batteries used in hybrid electric and plug-in hybrid electric vehicles.
A. J. Prabhakar and M. Ferdowsi, "Comparison of NiMH and Li-Ion Batteries in Automotive Applications," Proceedings of the IEEE Vehicle Power and Propulsion Conference (2008, Harbin, China), Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), Sep 2008.
The definitive version is available at http://dx.doi.org/10.1109/VPPC.2008.4677500
IEEE Vehicle Power and Propulsion Conference (2008: Sep. 3-5, Harbin, China)
Electrical and Computer Engineering
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Li-Ion Battery; NiMH Battery; Battery Capacity; Battery Powered Vehicles; Battery Specifications; Secondary Cells; Hybrid Electric Vehicles; Automobiles; Control Theory; Data Storage Equipment; Electric Automobiles; Electric Vehicles; Fleet Operations; Fuzzy Control; Global Warming; Greenhouse Gases; Internal Combustion Engines; Ions; Lithium Batteries; Primary Batteries; Propulsion; Secondary Batteries; Specifications; Hybrid Electric Vehicle
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