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Research Paper | Electronics & Electrical Engineering | India | Volume 12 Issue 5, May 2023
Improved Electrical Vehicle Regenerative Braking with a Bidirectional Converter
Nilesh Thorat | Gopal Chaudhari 
Abstract: Due to environmental concerns and oil supply instability, electric vehicles are becoming more popular. Regenerative braking increases EV range. This article uses a non-isolated bidirectional converter for electric car regenerative breaking. Motoring uses battery power from the converter. The converter charges the battery with back emf during regenerative braking. Battery storage works. Thus, the battery recovers and reuses a lot of braking energy. Regenerative braking helps batteries. Thus, driving range increases. MATLAB/Simulink simulates the system. A prototype can be used to test simulation findings. This study presents the outcomes of simulation.
Keywords: Bidirectional Converter, H-bridge (class E-chopper), Regenerative Braking, Soft starting
Edition: Volume 12 Issue 5, May 2023,
Pages: 1672 - 1677