Hydrogen electrified railways based shunt hybrid filter

Ibtissam Bessadet, Hamza Tédjini, Ismail Khalil Bousserhane


This paper presents a proposal to keep the conventional railway system, by creating a secure external independent hydrogen station, with the integration of a parallel hybrid filter to isolate the propagation of harmonics, and the reduction of the current ripple. In modern applicactions hydrogen stations are one of the most important sources of sustainable energy; this has been considered one of the most significant sources of energy, as it has no pollution output. Most current research proposes to integrate the fuel cell into the railway, and this will make it face higher risks such as accidents and vibrations as well as the approach of the storage a system to different people. We research any aspect of the proposed method and we demonstrate the ffect of shunt hybrid filter (SHPF) uses in stopping the propagation of the harmonics to the hydrogen side.


Buck boost; Electric railway; Harmonics; PEMFC; Shunt hybrid active power filter

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DOI: http://doi.org/10.11591/ijeecs.v21.i3.pp1291-1298


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