2019 **Abstract:** This paper presents a new hybrid simulation method for reversible traction power supply systems (RTPSSs) supplied by four-quadrant converters (4QC). RTPSSs overcome several drawbacks of conventional DC electrification systems, such as wasting of braking energy, output voltage fluctuation, and low power factor at light load conditions. The paper introduces the system topology of a RTPSS and illustrates its advantages over standard DC systems. A hybrid simulation method is proposed to study the performance of th…

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“…In such a case, on‐board ESS can offer off‐grid traction possibilities. More details about such technologies and other examples are in [5–16].…”

confidence: 99%

“…In such a case, on‐board ESS can offer off‐grid traction possibilities. More details about such technologies and other examples are in [5–16].…”

confidence: 99%

“…Nevertheless, simplifications leading to an equivalent catenary system for the two directions are often considered (Fig. 7 b ) [5–20]. This simplified model assumes that all the subsystems are supplied by a common catenary, thus reducing the number of nodes to consider.…”

confidence: 99%

“…Regenerative braking, also known as braking energy recovery, is a new technology that is applied to new energy vehicles [1,2]. rough the regenerative braking technology, part of the kinetic energy of an electric vehicle can be converted into electric energy.…”

confidence: 99%