Theories On The On-board Lithium-ion Battery Electric Power Generator For Infinite Cruising Range Vehicle | 96047
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The On-board electric power generation in the absence of external energy may be sufficient to realize tough electric vehicles. The
method to charge the Li-ion battery modules in the present investigation differs from the conventional single voltage source
scheme in that the power requirement is only 12% of the power required for typical direct voltage applications. This method utilizes
the electrostatic-induction potential-superposed electrolytic charge (ESI-PSC). The on-board electric power generation system is an
identical twin of battery modules that function in ESI-PSC mode, in which the performance can be explained through consecutive
cycles of field-induced charge and discharge between two batteries (Fig.1). When the charge of one battery is terminated, it becomes
responsible for both the power to recharge the other battery and the power to drive the motor. This power generation system works
with zero energy input, zero matter input and zero emission, without violating the laws of thermodynamics. The commercially
available Li-ion battery modules and power control systems enable the realization of this type of EVs. A simulation based on the
official standard cruising mode (JCO08) showed that an electric vehicle with an on-board twin of 13.2 kWh energy capacity modules
can travel 132 km before switching from charge to discharge.
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Katsutoshi Ono, born in 1937 in Tokyo. He received his B. Eng. Degree from Kyoto University, Japan, in 1961 and the degree of Dr. Sci. from Faculté des Sciences, Université de Paris in 1967. He was researcher at Ecole des Mines de Paris, 1965-1967. He was Professor of Materials Science, Kyoto University, 1982-1997 and a Professor of Energy Science & Technology, Kyoto University, 1997-2001. He is currently Professor Emeritus.