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AutorenM.Sc. Sascha Kratz, M.Sc. Paul Hanses, Dr.-Ing. Benjamin Krüger, Dr.-Ing. Ralf Wegener, Univ.-Prof. Dr.-Ing. Stefan Soter
TitelIntegration of second life batteries into a smart overhead contact system based on SiC-Technology
KonferenzIEEE Transportation Electrification Conference and Expo
OrtNovi, Michigan
AbstractThis paper presents the starting situation and some interim results of a research project with the aim of a fully electrified short-range public transportation in a German town called Solingen. It gives an insight to the existing trolleybus infrastructure and the benefits of second life battery usage. Following, the design configuration of a refurbished trolleybus battery system for stationary usage in substations is shown and evaluated. Based on this a new silicone carbide power electronic for a direct integration of stationary battery systems are proposed and evaluated. Available semiconductors for the prototype are specified and compared by measurements. The results show that the integration of trolleybus batteries can be done with high system efficiency.


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