Vol.130, No.3, 2022, pp.1789-1806, doi:10.32604/cmes.2022.017958
A Novel Bidirectional Interaction Model and Electric Energy Measuring Scheme of EVs for V2G with Distorted Power Loads
  • Jiarui Cui1,2,*, Qing Li1,*, Bin Cao2,3, Xiangquan Li1, Qun Yan1
1 School of Automation and Electrical Engineering, University of Science and Technology Beijing, Beijing, 100083, China
2 Guiyang Aluminum Magnesium Design and Research Institute Co., Ltd., Guiyang, 550081, China
3 Chinalco Intelligent Technology Development Co., Ltd., Hangzhou, 311199, China
* Corresponding Authors: Jiarui Cui. Email: ; Qing Li. Email:
(This article belongs to this Special Issue: Advanced on Modeling and State Estimation for Industrial Processes)
Received 19 June 2021; Accepted 02 September 2021; Issue published 30 December 2021
With the increasing demand for petroleum resources and environmental issues, new energy electric vehicles are increasingly being used. However, the large number of electric vehicles connected to the grid has brought new challenges to the operation of the grid. Firstly, A novel bidirectional interaction model is established based on modulation theory with nonlinear loads. Then, the electric energy measuring scheme of EVs for V2G is derived under the conditions of distorted power loads. The scheme is composed of fundamental electric energy, fundamental-distorted electric energy, distorted-fundamental electric energy and distorted electric energy. And the characteristics of each electric energy are analyzed. Finally, the correctness of the model and energy measurement method is verified by three simulation cases: the impact signals, the fluctuating signals, and the harmonic signals.
Electric vehicles; V2G; energy metering; bidirectional interaction model; electric energy measuring scheme
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Cui, J., Li, Q., Cao, B., Li, X., Yan, Q. (2022). A Novel Bidirectional Interaction Model and Electric Energy Measuring Scheme of EVs for V2G with Distorted Power Loads. CMES-Computer Modeling in Engineering & Sciences, 130(3), 1789–1806.
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