The University of Southampton
Engineering

Research project: Power Management of a Stand-Alone, Small-Scale Compressed Air Energy Storage System

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Small scale compressed air energy storage (SSCAES) is considered as a primary energy storage technology instead of batteries because of its simplicity, high life cycle, cost effectiveness and environmental pollutions free.

Project Overview

This research project investigates SSCAES as a stand-alone system together with a power management unit that will supply energy at maximum efficiency/power.

Related research groups

Configuration of the proposed discharging process
Configuration- discharging process
Energy storage
Energy storage

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