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## Problem 1: Review Submission Procedure from HW0 (ungraded)

Go to bCourses and examine HW0 and the solution: bCourses/CE295/Files/HW Assignments/HW0. This
HW explains the submission procedures and provides useful Matlab exercises. Note, you may use MS WORD
or the LATEXtemplate to generate your HW report. You may complete HW0 for practice, but it will not be

Read Chapter 3 “Drivers for Change” in the following report available on bCourses
• A. N. Annaswamy, M. Amin, C. L. DeMarco, and T. Samad, “IEEE Vision for Smart Grid Controls:
2030 and Beyond,” IEEE, Tech. Rep., 2013. bCourses/CE295/Files/Reading/Vision_SG_Controls.pdf
Please summarize in one paragraph or two what recent issues have spurred growth and interest in developing
a smart grid. How can modeling, controls, and optimization address these issues?

## Problem 3: Black-box vs. White-box Modeling

black-box and white-box modeling. Provide at least three items in each cell.
Black-Box Models White-Box Models

## Problem 4: Mathematical Modeling Uses

What are the five potential uses of a mathematical model? List all five uses, and explain.

## Problem 5: Mathematical Modeling

Suppose you work at an energy consulting firm contracted by Tesla Motors. Tesla is interested in utilizing
their vehicles as a distributed energy storage source that can provide services to the smart grid. This provides
their customers with an additional revenue stream to offset their EV investment. To this end, you wish to
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OCV(z)
R1
R2 V
I
+
_
C
+ _ Vc
Figure 1: OCV-R-RC Equivalent circuit model of a battery. Includes an open circuit voltage in series with
a resistance, in series with a resistor-capacitor pair.
develop a mathematical model of a battery that predicts its state-of-charge evolution, for analysis and control
purposes.

Batteries can be modeled by a so-called “equivalent circuit model”, shown in Fig. 1. This model idealizes a
battery cell as a voltage source OCV in series with a resistor R1 and resistor-capacitor (R2, C) pair. The
battery terminal voltage is V (t) and current is I(t). The voltage source OCV is not a constant voltage
source. In fact, it is a nonlinear function of the battery state-of-charge (SOC), denoted by z. Moreover, it
has the following integrator dynamics
z˙(t) = 1
Q
I(t) (1)
where Q is the charge capacity of the battery.

(a). List the “stocks” in this model. That is, what are the states?
(b). Use Kirchoff’s voltage and current laws to derive the system equations. Include the resulting equations
and integrator dynamics in your report.
(c). List all the parameters, θ, of the model.
(d). Consider current I as the controllable input, and voltage V as the measurable output. Reformulate
the model into a state-space form, as discussed in class. You should have multiple state equations and
one output equation.
(e). Does the model have a linear state equation? If so, then what are the A, B matrices when written in
vector-matrix form? Does the model have a linear output equation? If so, then what are the C, D
matrices when written in vector-matrix form? If not, then what term produces the nonlinearity?

## Problem 6: Stability and Linearization

In the following, consider the following parameter values: R1 = 0.05Ω, R2 = 0.005Ω, C = 500F, Q = 3600.
In addition suppose that the nonlinear function OCV (z) can be expressed by the polynomial
OCV (z) = p0 + p1z + p2z
2 + p3z
3
(2)
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CE 295: Energy Systems and Control

(a). For zero input current, is the model marginally stable, asymptotically stable, or unstable? You may use
the eig command in Matlab or the numpy.linalg.eig() method in Python to assist you (although
you should be able to identify the eigenvalues easily by inspection).
(b). Linearize the output equation from Problem 5(d), using (2) to describe OCV (z), around z
eq = 0.5,
V
eq
c = 0, and I
eq = 0. Show all steps for full credit.

## Problem 7: Simulation and Analysis

This problem provides practical experience implementing and analyzing your two models. You will be
provided skeleton code, HW1_Skeleton.m and HW1_Skeleton.ipynb, on bCourses to assist you.
(a). Enter the missing model parameters into your code, and copy “part(a)” of your code into your report.
Also provide a plot of the nonlinear OCV function versus state-of-charge.

(b). Simulate the model with the true nonlinear output function, and the linearized output function. Provide
one figure with three subplots: current vs. time, SOC vs. time, and voltage vs. time. On the third
subplot, plot both the nonlinear and linearized voltage response. Use legends.
(c). Comment on why the linearized model incurs errors when SOC drops below 25%. Explain using the
OCV versus SOC plot. Over time, does the system move away from the linearization point? What are
the implications for doing any optimization or control designs with a linearized model?

## Deliverables

Submit the following on bCourses. Be sure that all files are named exactly as specified (including spelling
and case), and make sure the function declaration is exactly as specified.
LASTNAME_FIRSTNAME_HW1.PDF
LASTNAME_FIRSTNAME_HW1.m or LASTNAME_FIRSTNAME_HW1.ipynb
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