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The battery management in green energy production

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3 Author(s)
Emilian Ceuca ; Department of Electronics, University “1 December 1918” of Alba Iulia, Romania ; Adrian Tulbure ; Simona Plesa

The present paper focuses on studying the behavior of different types of batteries within autonomous systems. The growing need to store energy nowadays has led to intensive research in the field of batteries in order to optimize aspects such as: the charging time, enlarging capacity, reducing dimensions, longer life. Our goal is to provide examples and to find out the best way to produce household energy. This dual energy system has not been implemented in our region yet. The entire project has been designed to supply sufficient necessary daily energy.

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2012 35th International Spring Seminar on Electronics Technology

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9-13 May 2012