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EDC Serial Number EDC0000158
Title EPSRC Manifest Energy Storage System (ESS) Latency Test, Newcastle University
Data Location
EDC Stored Dataset
Description In this experiment the response time of an Energy Storage System (ESS) was measured in the Smart Grid laboratory at Newcastle University. Real-time simulation was carried out using a TRIPHASE real-time simulator to model the ESS network, allowing the laboratory hardware to operate as though it is coupled to a real distribution-scale network. The ESS emulator was used to represent the characteristics of a Li-Ion battery with a single string of 50 series cells, each with a nominal voltage of 4 V and a capacity of 200 Ah; these parameters were selected in order to set the nominal voltage, power and energy ratings of the ESS to 200 V, 20 kW and 40 kWh respectively.
DOI (none given)
Sector Commercial
Coverage England
Newcastle University
Start: 30/04/2019
End: 30/04/2019
Usage Rights for this Data Open Access
This data may be freely used for any purpose
Data Type Time Series
Parameter Names Date (yyyy-mm-dd), Time (ss.sss), Normalized DC Current, Normalized AC Current
Units 1 x Smart Grid Laboratory
Number of Records 840000
IEA Category Energy storage
Creator of the Data Thomas John, Research Associate, School of Engineering, Newcastle University, UK
Data made available by Charalampos Patsios, Senior Lecturer in Power Systems, Newcastle University, UK
Format text/csv
Language English
Project MANiFEST EPSRC Energy Storage Project : Multi-scale ANalysis for Facilities for Energy STorage (MANiFEST)
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Other Information

The data were collected as part of an experiment within the MANIFEST project to study the response time of an ESS using the Smart Grid Laboratory at Newcastle University, UK.

The EPSRC funded Multi-scale ANalysis for Facilities for Energy STorage (Manifest) Project (EP/N032888/1) aimed to study and investigate the capabilities of energy storage systems installed in UK Universities.