About this Research Topic
A Hybrid Energy Storage System (HESS) consists of two or more types of energy storage technologies, the complementary features make it outperform any single component energy storage devices, such as batteries, flywheels, supercapacitors, and fuel cells. The HESSs have recently gained broad application prospects in smart grids, electric vehicles, electric ships, etc. The harmonic integration of multiple dynamic energy storage technologies offers improved overall performances in efficiency, reliability, financial profitability, and lifespan as compared with the single energy storage devices.
This Research Topic focuses on all aspects of the advanced component energy storage devices and their integration for HESSs. Both the high-quality Original Research and Review articles are welcome about the latest progress and potential research applications of the relevant areas with particular interests in monitoring, modeling, control, and optimization of the HESSs.
Potential topics include but are not limited to the following:
• Advanced materials for batteries, supercapacitors, fuel cells, and lithium-ion capacitors, etc.
• Energy system integration & Cyber-physical system for HESSs.
• Multi-physics field modeling, simulation, and experiments of HESSs.
• Online parameter identification and joint state estimation methods of HESSs.
• Lifetime prediction/analysis and fault diagnosis of HESSs.
• Optimization of sizing and energy management strategies of HESSs.
Keywords: Energy Storage, Hybrid Energy Storage Systems, System modelling, Optimal Control, Cyber-physical System
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