Tutorial Guide for

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Battery Sizing

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Table of Contents

I.
INTRODUCTION .................................................................................................................... 2
II.
DEFINITION OF TERMS ........................................................................................................ 2
III. START BATTERY SIZING ...................................................................................................... 4
IV. TOOLS OF BATTERY SIZING PROGRAM............................................................................ 5
V. ENTER AND EDIT BATTERY CURVES ................................................................................ 5
VI. REQUIRED DATA FOR PERFORMING BATTERY SIZING CALCULATION ....................... 5
VII. BATTERY SIZING ANALYSIS ................................................................................................ 5
VIII. Battery Sizing V&V.................................................................................................................. 5
Revision History .......................................................................................................................... 5
IX. Sample QA/QC and V&V ........................................................................................................ 5
X. PROGRAM LIMITATIONS...................................................................................................... 5
XI. FILES USED ........................................................................................................................... 5
XII. Battery Sizing Warning Messages .......................................................................................... 5

Note: You can view this manual on your CD as an Adobe Acrobat PDF file. The
file name is:

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BatSize.PDF

You will find the Test/Job files used in this tutorial in the following location:
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C:\EDSA2005\Samples\BattSiz
Test Files:

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Kw-cp
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I.

INTRODUCTION

This section illustrates step-by-step instructions for using EDSA to perform battery-sizing calculations
based on IEEE 485-1983. The purpose of the tutorial is to familiarize the user with many functions of
EDSA (i.e. data entry, performing analysis and reporting). All EDSA programs are completely menu
driven with help instructions. By moving the cursor to each field, the related help instructions appear at
the bottom of the screen. This guide is designed for first time users and steps through the various
commands and options for performing battery-sizing calculations including entering and editing battery
curves in the library.
Tutorial overview:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.

II.

Start Battery Sizing
Tools of Battery Sizing Program
Enter and Edit Battery Curves
Required Data for Performing Battery Sizing Calculation
Build Job File
Run Battery Sizing Calculations, Review and Print Report

DEFINITION OF TERMS

Derating Factors: Applied to ensure that battery capacity is adequate at the end its life.

Age: The aging factor allows the battery to meet its duty cycle as its reaches the end of its
service life. Factor is an extra 25% per IEEE 485.
Note: In EDSA DC Load Flow, the aging correction factor has a different meaning. It is used to
represent battery capacity degradation from aging after it is used for a period of time. It is
always less than 1.0

Temperature: its operating temperature affects the available capacity of a cell. The standard
temperature for stating cell capacity is 25 °C. For temperature below 25 °C a correction factor
is used to determine the cell rating that will supply the required amps-hours (AHs) at the lower
temperature. The program maintains a table of suggested factors that can be changed to
account for new or unusual conditions. Consult IEEE 485 with regard to rated temperature and
ambient temperature.

Design Margin: Extra capacity to compensate for system growth and less than optimum
operating conditions or improper maintenance. (Typical values 10 to 15 percent)

Continuous Load: Continuous loads are energized throughout the duty cycle. (Indicating lights,
inverters, annunciators, etc.). Although EDSA can handle more than one continuous load, it is important
to note that:
1. The duration of a continuous load should be equal to the length of the entire duty cycle;
2. Continuous loads start at time t = 0 min.
The program will warn you if these conditions are violated.
Non-Continuous Load:A load energized during only a portion of the duty cycle as, for instance:

1. Emergency motors;
2. Critical ventilation system motors;

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3. Communication system power supplies;
4. Fire protection system.
Momentary Load:
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3.
4.
5.
6.

A load that runs one minute or less as, for instance:

Switchgear operations;
Motor-driven valve operations;
Isolation switch operations;
Field flashing of generators;
Motor starting current;
Inrush current.

Random Load: A load that can occur at any point in the duty cycle, and cannot be confined to any
particular portion of the cycle. A loads that occurs at random should be shown at the most
critical time of the duty cycle in order to simulate the worst case load on the battery.
These may be non-continuous or momentary loads. To determine the most critical time, it
is necessary to size the battery without the random load(s) and to identify the portion of
the duty cycle that controls battery size. Then the random load(s) should be superimposed
on the end of that controlling section. All random loads are assumed to occur
simultaneously.
Maximum System Voltage:
The maximum allowed battery voltage. The cell voltage required for
satisfactory charging will limit the number of cells. The number of cells is
calculated as follows:

# of Cells =

Max. Allowable Battery Voltage
Cell Voltage Required For Charging (Recharge Voltage)

Assuming that 2.33 VPC is required for charging, and that the maximum allowable system voltage is
140 Vdc, then:
# Of Cells = 140/2.33 = 60.09 (60 cells)
The minimum allowed battery voltage. The maximum number of cells
Minimum System Voltage:
that allows the lowest end-of -discharge cell voltage. The number of cells is
calculated as follows:
# of Cells =

Min. Allowable Battery Voltage
End - of - Discharge Cell Voltage

Assuming that 1.75 VPC is the desired end-of-discharge cell voltage, and that 105 Vdc is the minimum
allowable voltage, then:
# of Cells = 105/1.75 = 60
Calculations resulting in a fractional cell should be rounded off to the nearest whole number of cells.

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00 4 February 2004 . START BATTERY SIZING To run the Battery Sizing program.Battery Sizing III. select “Selection/Battery Sizing” from the EDSA main menu. Version 4.20.

Tools 5. Run 4. Edit Data 3.Battery Sizing The available options are: 1. Version 4. File 2. Help.20. Each of the options will be explained in detail later in this tutorial.00 5 February 2004 .

20. B. Cell Library Filename Version 4.00 6 February 2004 .Battery Sizing IV. TOOLS OF BATTERY SIZING PROGRAM The available options are: A. Cell Library Used to launch the battery data library editor (to be addressed in detail later in this tutorial).

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The battery file name is assigned by the program. This utility will allow the user to change the file name
and the battery manufacturer file name. This option will be explained in detail in the next section.
C. Temp Factors

The correction factor for temperatures other than the standard temperature for stating cell capacity
( 25°C ) is input in this table (Refer to IEEE 485). This factor is used to determine the cell rating that will
supply the required amps-hours (AHs) at the lower or higher temperature.
,
, or
. A total of 40 different temperatures can be
The available options are:
entered. If the temperature specified in the analysis falls between two values in the table, a linear
interpolation is performed. Use the mouse or arrow keys to move through the list of temperature
correction factors.
To add a new entry to the temperature corrections factors table simply click on the
button. The
user can select the temperature to be added in Celsius or Fahrenheit by clicking the desired units. The
program will automatically insert a new record at the end of the list, sort the data and place it in the
correct sequence.
* Note that the system will automatically convert the temperature values if the user changes the basis of
the measurement units used for input. Let us add a temperature correction factor of 1 at 130°F .

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Press the

button.

Notice that the entry has automatically been updated and the equivalent temperature in °C has
been calculated. In addition, the user can edit or delete an existing entry.

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Pressing the
button generates a listing of the Temperature Correction Factors as
shown in the above screen capture.
The available options are: Exit, Print to the printer, Printer setup, Printer Font selection, Copying
to the Clipboard, Save as a Text file, or Done, which returns the user to the Cell Library screen.

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V.

ENTER AND EDIT BATTERY CURVES
A. Edit Existing Battery Curves

Select “Tools/Battery library” from the Battery Sizing menu

keys on the drop down list boxes to list the currently available manufacturers, batteries, or
Use the
cell Voltages. Select an existing battery.

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D-376A is the discharge characteristics curves). Now select “DCU D-376A” as the Battery Identifier (in this example DCU is the battery type.Battery Sizing From the pull-down menu select “C&D” for Manufacturer.20. Version 4.00 11 February 2004 .

9 VPC are displayed.00 12 February 2004 . As shown above. By clicking on the button the Battery Discharge Curves (Ampere versus Amp-Hours per positive Plate) are displayed. the data points for cell voltage 1. Version 4.Battery Sizing The battery data are displayed as shown on the right side of the above screen capture. To view the available Cell Voltages use the key.20.

Battery Sizing Selecting the “Battery Cell Rt” option from “Select curve type” displays the Logarithmic curve (Amps versus Time). Version 4. Selecting the “Battery Cell Discharge” option from “Select curve type” returns the battery discharge curves Amps versus Amps-Hrs to the screen.00 13 February 2004 .20.

To change the color of the curve.00 14 February 2004 . curves.Battery Sizing To print the curve from the discharge characteristic curve menu select “Print” button. From the Battery Sizing Graphic menu the user can change the colors of the title. Select “Properties/Channels/General” Version 4. The curve is sent to the printer. or scale label.20.

Select the desired color and press Return to the Cell Library screen by clicking Version 4.00 15 .20. This process can be repeated for each curve.Battery Sizing . February 2004 .

Printer Font selection.Battery Sizing Click the button to generate a listing of all cell voltages for the selected battery. Print to the printer. or Exit by pressing “Done” and returning to the Cell Library screen.20.20. Save as a Text file.00 16 February 2004 .00 Date: 02/13/2004 Time: 04:24:39 The available options are: Exit. V4. Version 4. Printer setup. Copying to the Clipboard.

Version 4. The file is saved with an XIP extension. battery. button on the Cell Library screen is The following screen is displayed when the clicked. Therefore.Battery Sizing Use the buttons to perform mass deletions of an entire manufacturer. the user can import a data file using the Other options then cancel. The export option allows the user to share the data with other users. or to save it for archive purpose.00 available and are .20. displays the following screen. button. two options are available. or particular cell voltage If the button is pressed the deletions are executed immediately and CANNOT BE UNDONE. Press 17 . As shown above. Similarly. Clicking on to enter a new Battery Identifier or February 2004 . extra care should be used when using this option.

or buttons Now the user can make changes to the battery data. Version 4. Use the on the right side of the dialog box to add.20. The new button. delete or edit individual cell capacities.Battery Sizing The new battery is added to the battery identifier list. Press the changed. Moving down to the data entry for 20 minutes. .00 18 February 2004 . As is shown below. Change the Amps to 25 and Amps-hours to 30. the data has been time is automatically calculated.

TBL Version 4. options are expained in the following section. B.00 19 February 2004 . The . and button. Note: Prior to starting the Battery Sizing program.Battery Sizing To delete a given time. the following two files must exist in the directory to which the battery cell is to be saved: MANUFACT.20. Entering New Battery Curves This section will cover entering a new battery. simply select the desired time and press the .MAN TEMPCORR.

the Battery Sizing Analysis program has hierarchically organized the information.Battery Sizing From the Battery Sizing screen select “Tools/Cell Library” The program maintains a list of battery manufacturers to be used in the battery-sizing program Rt and Kt analyses.20.00 20 February 2004 . Since there are numerous manufacturers supplying many cell voltage profiles. Version 4.

input “Tutorial” for Manufacturer and “Tutorial Battery” for Battery Identifier.Battery Sizing Battery Profile Hierarchy Manufacturer Battery Identifier Cells Final Cell Voltages Rt/Kt Capacity Factors Limits 22 Characters 18 Characters 200 / Manufacturer 10/Cell 40 points/Voltage There are two options for data entry format: • Discharge (Amps versus Amp-Hours) When entering Amps and Amps-hours. Rt. Since these entries do not currently exist in the library. The # of positive plates is always equal to 1. Kt) Kt is the ratio of rated Amps-hour capacity to the Amperes that can be supplied by that cell for T minutes at 25°C ( 77°F ) to a given end-of-discharge Voltage. Rt = Amps at Time T Number of Positive Plates For this exercise.00 Volt 1 = 1. The cell battery data to be entered in Discharge Format (Amps and Amps-Hours).69 21 February 2004 .Hours Rating Amps at Time T Rt is simply the number of Amps that each positive plate can supply for T minutes to a given end-ofdischarge Voltage. the time is automatically calculated in minutes using the following formula: Time (min) = Amp-hours * 60 / Amps • Rt/Kt (Time. Kt = Nominal Amp . The initial voltage is: Amps 1 = 23 Amps 2 = 160 Version 4.20.95 Volt 2 = 1. the program will automatically create a new entry.

00 22 February 2004 .20.75” for cell voltage. Version 4. Enter “1.Battery Sizing Start entering the battery discharge characteristics.

The time is automatically calculated. button to add the new capacity Repeat the process to add the remaining points shown above. select the desired data point and enter the new Amps and Amps-hours. To edit the values for t = 640 minutes. Click the entry. then press below the data has been revised. then tab to the Amps-Hrs field and input the Ampshour value.20. Version 4.00 23 . As shown February 2004 .Battery Sizing Now tab to the Amps field and input the Amps value.

Battery Sizing Now delete a data point.20.00 24 . February 2004 . Highlight the data points to be deleted and press Version 4.

The data to be entered are shown below.8.8 amps.00 25 February 2004 .20. Tab to the “Cell Voltages” field. Version 4.Battery Sizing Repeat the process for cell voltage 1. and repeat the process for entering the data points. input 1.

view the graph by clicking the button.Battery Sizing button for “Cell Voltage” to view and select from the available end-of discharge voltages. Select the “Battery Cell Rt”option from “Select curve type” to display the Rt curve.00 26 February 2004 .20. Version 4. by pressing “Ctrl-Alt_Prt SC”. Use the Repeat the process for entering the remaining Cell Voltages. The graph can be sent to the printer or. Once all the cell Voltage data are entered. to the clipboard to be pasted in a word document. The battery discharge characteristics are displayed.

20.00 to return to the Cell Library screen button 27 February 2004 .Battery Sizing Press Click the Version 4.

When done press Press the Version 4. the next line. addresses. phone number. Reference Drawings.00 button to display a list of the selected battery library information. Up to 1024 characters may be entered.Battery Sizing Manufacturers notes are an excellent place to put manufacturer specific information. press “Enter”. To go to . etc. such as contacts.20. 28 February 2004 .

Battery Sizing V4.00 Date: 02/13/2004 Time: 04:24:39 The user has the option of sending the list to the printer or to the clipboard. which means that “edsa” is done by pressing the different from “EDSA” and from “Edsa”. or to maintain control of the library data (very useful in nuclear applications). Battery Password Protection To protect the library against accidental or intentional modifications.00 29 February 2004 . EDSA provides the password option. Version 4. Entering a password is button. C.20. Passwords are case sensitive.20.

Battery Sizing To minimize entry. Version 4.00 button to save and exit the Battery Sizing program and return to the EDSA main 30 February 2004 . the program will remember the password entered and will not request it again until the Battery Sizing program is exited and re-entered at a later time. The password entered here is “edsa”. Click the menu. Press enter when done.20.

Battery Sizing From the main menu select “Selection/Battery Sizing” Select “Tools/Battery Library” Version 4.00 31 February 2004 .20.

Recall that the proper password is “edsa” lower case.20. Enter the proper password to access the battery library. Version 4.00 32 February 2004 .Battery Sizing Since we protected the Battery Library. the program prompts for input of the password. Failing to provide the correct password illicit the response shown above. Input “EDSA” as password.

Version 4. Enter the old password. The password can be changed by entering a new password. press tab.Battery Sizing To remove the password protection. then press enter.00 33 February 2004 .20. click the button.

the program assigns an arbitrary battery file name. Changing Cell Library File Name As stated earlier.00 34 February 2004 . Version 4.Battery Sizing D.20. The file name for the battery that was just entered can be changed as follows: Select “Tools/LibraryFilename” Select the Battery to be changed.

The required changes can then be made and saved. C&D Discharge Characteristics curves are given for a series of batteries.e. In order to obtain the proper file format. The file name is changed. If the library data is provided in Amps versus minutes. E. exporting of an existing battery file to a text file is strongly encouraged. Import/Export Voltage Battery Voltage can be import from and/or exported to a “tab delimited” text file using the proper format. the data must be converted to Amps versus Ampshrs. where: Amps-hours = Amps * Time (minutes) / 60 In some cases.00 35 February 2004 .20.Battery Sizing Enter new file name Press then . The EDSA battery library requires that data be entered in a “Fan” curve form (Amps versus Amps-hrs). Some manufacturers (i. the following steps should be performed: Version 4. EXIDE) provide the data in forms which appear more like the “S” curve (Amps versus time). along with a discharge rate correction factor. In order to determine the correct data points for each type of battery.

For the purpose of this example only three will be used. Up to 10 cell voltages per battery can be imported. the import routine is very important to minimize data entry (reducing potential error in data entry). 2. The process is explained in detail below. • Assume that an EXCEL data sheet has been created. the discharge rate correction factor is calculated by performing linear interpolation between periods. For a given time (X). The X-axis is the time and the Y-axis is the discharge rate correction factor.00 36 February 2004 . The format of the data must be as shown below. Version 4.20. The Amps and Amps-hours per positive plate should be read from the curve and input into Excel. the discharge rate correction factor (Y) is equal to: Y = Y1 + ( Y 2 − Y1)( X − X1) ( X 2 − X1) 4. For a given time.Battery Sizing 1. The number of Amps per positive plate for a specific time and Voltage is multiplied by the applicable correction factor calculated above. The time is calculated using the following formula: Time (minutes) = Amps-hrs * 60 /Amps 3. Due to the various options in which the data are provided.

00 37 February 2004 . Begin by exporting an existing battery. Version 4.Battery Sizing ` From the Battery Sizing program select “Tools/Battery Library”.20. Select any battery.

00 38 February 2004 . then press . Open the file in Excel.Battery Sizing Select and save the file with extension “. Version 4.XLS” to make it easier to open in Microsoft EXCEL.20.

Select “Tab” delimiters then press Version 4.Battery Sizing .00 39 February 2004 .20. Select “Delimited” then press .

copy the first row from the exported file to the file with the new battery data.Battery Sizing Now open the file that was created previously in EXCEL for the new battery.20. Having both Excel files open. Version 4.00 40 February 2004 .

20. Change the manufacturer name in the first row to the desired name (maximum of 20 characters).00 41 February 2004 . The format will be as shown above.Battery Sizing Repeat the process for the third row and copy and paste the first three cells as required. In this example it was changed from “Tutorial Battery” to “Tutorial Import”. Version 4.

then click Version 4.Battery Sizing Save the file in Excel as “Text (Tab delimited)”.20. From the Battery Cell Library screen. that “Discharge” format is selected. Press and exit Excel. Make sure .00 42 February 2004 . enter the Battery Manufacturer and Battery Identifier.

00 43 February 2004 . Version 4. Select the proper file and press The new battery is imported.20.Battery Sizing .

Temperature. and Momentary Loads. Charging Time 10. Non-Continuous.00 44 February 2004 . Design Margin) 3. Ni-Cad Constant 11. Version 4. BATTERY SIZING ANALYSIS Prior to performing Battery Sizing analysis the user should verify that the discharge curves for the battery of interest are contained in the battery library. If not. Start and Stop Time. VI.Battery Sizing Input the Initial Voltage . the user must create the battery curves in the cell library as discussed in earlier section. Minimum Allowable System Voltage 8. Derating Factors (Age. Maximum Allowable System Voltage 7. REQUIRED DATA FOR PERFORMING BATTERY SIZING CALCULATION Following are the required data for performing battery-sizing calculations: 1. Total Battery Number of Cells 5. Battery Discharge Characteristics 2. Cell Recharge Voltage 9. Random. Load Profile (Continuous. Now the battery is in the library and can be used in the Battery Sizing program. Lead-Acid Constant VII.20. End of Discharge Voltage per Cell 6. Load in Amps) 4.

Battery Sizing To run the Battery Sizing Program select “Selection/Battery Sizing” from the EDSA main screen. To start a new job select “File/New”. Version 4.20.00 45 February 2004 .

Version 4. If you are unsure of a particular field or button. and that the SI system refers to System International (more commonly called the Metric System). Note that the affected fields are automatically converted. click on “English” system box to specify job parameters in terms of the English measurement system.Battery Sizing The program will bring up the Battery Sizing Data editor.20. It is recommended that the Tab key be used when initially creating a job file. After entering a brief job description. simply move the cursor over the item and the bottom of the dialog box will display a brief message describing the field or button.00 46 February 2004 . since it automatically guides you in an orderly manner through the correct fields.

select “Rt” as the Type of Analysis. Kt. and KW. Rt Kt KW Calculates the cell size in terms of the number of positive plates Calculates the cell size in amperes-hours Used for calculating batteries for UPS service For this example. Version 4. Select “Tutorial” for manufacturer and “Tutorial Battery” for cell. Select the “Battery” dialog box from “Battery Sizing Data”and specify a manufacturer and cell (Battery Identifier) from the program’s battery library to be used in the analysis.Battery Sizing Select the currently available analysis types: Rt.20.00 47 February 2004 .

Note that some fields will be skipped. the next step is to specify the load profile.20. since they may not apply to the currently selected analysis type. The “Number of cells” and “End of Discharge” fields will be calculated automatically after specifying and leaving the “Cell Recharge Voltage” field. Select “Load” dialog box from “Battery Sizing Data”.00 48 February 2004 . of Cells Minimum Allowable Voltage * Cell Voltage Required for charging ⇒ End of Discharge Voltage = Minimum Allowable Voltage End of Discharge Voltage = Since this screen has been completed.Battery Sizing Continue tabbing and entering the necessary fields until the screens looks like the one shown above. Version 4. Number of Cells = Maximum Allowable Battery Voltage Cell Voltage Required for Charging Minimum Allowable Battery Voltage No.

00 49 February 2004 .20. Version 4. Minute. The “Design Margin” field will automatically default to the value specified earlier.Battery Sizing Click the button to begin specifying the loads. The Load Type must be specified as “Continuous”. since each load can be given its own design margin. For this example the default value will be used. The “Start Time” and “Stop Time” fields both require the Hour. Second complete format. “Non-Continuous” or “Random”. Note that this value can be overwritten.

1 Amps. Version 4. click the 1000 differents loads to be defined for each job in the duty cycle. In order to edit an entry.20.00 50 February 2004 . select the load to be deleted and press the button. Click the button to continue adding loads. starting at “00:00:00” and lasting for 1 minute “00:01:00”. The list will automatically sort after the “Stop Time” field is left. To delete an entry.Battery Sizing Add a non-continuous load of 683. The new entry can then be edited. The program permits up to After defining all the loads. click on it in the list and click on the field to be changed. button to save the entries.

20. deny editing.00 51 February 2004 . It will.Up to 1024 characters can be entered. Press “enter” to go to the next line A password can now be assigned to the job file to protect it from unauthorized or unintentinal changes. For this example. Version 4. enter “edsa” as the password. Applying a password will not prevent another user from using the job file.Battery Sizing The “Footnote” invoke the memo editor and enter additional explanatory text to be saved with the numeric data. It is important to remember that the password protection system is case sensitive. however.

20.00 52 February 2004 . Save the file as “Tutorial. Now press“Save” from the “Battery Sizing Data” to save the newly created job file.Battery Sizing Click “Duty Cycle Diagram” and the analysis will run.BTR” Version 4.

the password must be entered correctly. the password screen is displayed. Since the user entered the password incorrectly (Cap E instead of lower case e).00 53 February 2004 . Version 4. the program will not save the file.Battery Sizing Because a password has been assigned. Enter “Edsa” (note that the assigned password is “edsa”).20. In order to save the changes.

e.Battery Sizing Use the “Copy to Clipboard” button to copy the results to the Windows clipboard for pasting into another application (i.00 54 February 2004 . Microsoft Word). In Microsoft Word the graph can be pasted using the “Paste Special” command and inserting as a “Picture”.20. not as a “Picture (enhanced metafile)”. Version 4.

If the value is zero then the calculated number of positive plates from the IEEE worksheet is used. Version 4. However. If it is desired to determine the voltage profile with design margin.00 otherwise the battery sizing calculation will be in error since the sizing calculation takes both design margin and aging into account. 5. and End of Discharge voltage. Interface screen changes 2.39 Combined Margin If the combined margin approach is utilized. Added Warnings In Revision 0 the following Changes were made to the Battery Sizing Program: 1. Battery Library icons to the toolbar and fixed voltage profile when time is increments of seconds. The random load is assumed to have a duration of one minute. that load is included in the battery load profile only for cell sizing.Battery Sizing VIII. the relationship in the calculation is maintained using the formulae defined in the user manual. the design margin can be multiplied by the aging factor and the resultant combined margin used as the aging factor for this analysis. 7. In the battery screen added number of positive plates to be used for voltage profile calculation.11 Aging Factor x 1. This field is now for information only and not used in any calculations. Changed the Duty Cycle output plot routine to the latest plot routine 3. otherwise the value entered by the user is used. 0 1 2 3 4 Description Original issue Change Battery Duty Cycle graph to separate the random load from main profile Added battery margin Added Battery Voltage. Removed the design margin in the load screen from the calculation. The Default Design Margin entered in the Battery General screen is the one used in the IEEE Worksheet calculations.20.00 55 February 2004 . For example: 1.25 Design Margin = 1. 8. If a load is selected as a Random Load. Temperature. Battery Sizing V&V Revision History Rev. 6. In the battery data output file added a blank line between each battery cell voltage for ease of reading 4. In the Battery Screen allow the user to enter number of Cells. Design margin and random loads are NOT taken into account in the voltage profile calculations. The voltage profile is calculated in accordance with the methodology developed by C&D for performing battery terminal voltage calculations and takes into account minimum electrolyte temperature and aging factors. This random load is then used in the cell sizing calculation per IEEE 485-1983. Design margin is used in the IEEE cell sizing calculation only. Loads which are designated as "random" are all assumed to start simultaneously. the design margin field should be set to 1. Added calculation for battery terminal voltage for each minute and every second there is a load defined in the Duty Cycle and provided graphical representations of the battery terminal voltage over time during the discharge cycle.

946 114.9 Amps 239 to 240 Minutes 323.16 111.14 1.864 113.4 506.14 26.29 5.205 125 134.43 89.32 658.4 113.15 21. 1.15 20.25 10.27 322.20.5 658.945 1.37 5.4 888.14 41.40 19.5 70F 60 16 1.25 5.27 420.45 10.27 1.15 1.5 251.3 Amps 1 Time 2 Load Amps 3 Corrected Loads Amps 1 2 3 ---5 6 --30 31 32 --230 231 232 233 --239 240 683.30 55.37 1383.913 1.63 3.34 247.6 20.905 1.47 1393.0 Amps 231 to 239 Minutes 247.1 506.97 5.48 41.00 1431.35 41.3 116.21 86.892 1.889 113.886 1.G.78 114.44 5.35 343.16 114.32 658.890 1.913 113.4 506.5 658.4 Amps 5 to 30 Minutes 506.25 332.66 69.1 Amps 31 to 230 Minutes 242.37 5.9 323.84 Version 4.5 41.32 14.78 87.1 Amps 1 to 5 minutes 506.75 36.9 20.15 20.93 1.70 1.67 4.4 322.14 1.45 19.72 506.97 10.890 1.72 114.61 2.81 21.886 1.3 322.1 1388.03 658.45 326.97 10.912 1.78 506.91 338.37 7.14 20.Battery Sizing Calculation of Battery Terminal Voltage (Voltage Profile) The example below details the method used for calculating the voltage profile Battery: Battery Volts: Maximum Voltage Temp: #of Cells: # of Positive Plates Aging Factor: C&D LCUN-33 w/S.70 20.76 242.5 Amps 230 to 231 Minutes 248.84 1399.14 41.25 322.52 113.27 5.5 Amps 30 to 31 Minutes 251.4 113.9 247.44 86.25 Load Profile: 0 to 1minutes 683.43 1438.00 4 Incremental Amps-Hrs Removed 5 Cumulative Amps-Hrs Removed 56 6 Cumulative Amps-Hrs Removed/PP 7 Corrected Amps/PP 8 Cell Volts 9 Batt Volts February 2004 .7 116.97 14.12 87.912 114.43 315.1 242.8 25.72 0.8 10.97 58.47 89.5 248 247.9 315.

00 57 February 2004 .03 Incremental Amps-Hrs Removed (4) = Corrected Load (3) x Delta Time / 60 Delta Time = Time period – Time previous Period. Battery Volts (9) = Cell Volts (8) * Number of Cells Version 4.25 For the first time t = 1min. Cumulative Amps-hrs Removed (5) for the first time equal to incremental amps-hrs removed. then equal to previous time Cumulative time period plus that time incremental Amps-Hrs removed Cumulative Amps-hrs Removed/PP (6) = Cumulative Amps-hrs Removed (5) / Number of Positive Plates Corrected Amps/PP (7) = Corrected Loads Amps (3) / Number of Positive Plates Cell Volts (8) : From Battery data (Amps-Hrs/PP versus Amps/PP) the intersection between the Cumulative Amps-Hrs Removed/PP (6) (y-axis) and the Corrected Amps/PP (7) (x-axis) will provide the battery Cell Volts (8) at that determined time.04 and Aging CF = 1. If that point does not meet any graph then an interpolation is done. Note: In our case we will calculate for every minute therefore this will be always equal to 1.04*1.Battery Sizing Corrected Load Amps (3) = Load Amps (2) x Temperature CF x Aging CF In this example Temperature CF = 1. Corrected Loads = 683.20.25 = 888.1*1.

00 60.00 150.00 Version 4.00 30.00 60.00 40.BTR Loads 0:0 0:05 1:00 30:00 1:00:00 2:00:00 2:59:00 2:59:05 2:59:10 2:59:15 2:59:30 0:05 1:00 30:00 1:00:00 2:00:00 2:59:00 2:59:05 2:59:10 2:59:15 2:59:30 3:00:00 40.00 58 200.00 .00 80.00 L4 100.00 February 2004 30.00 40.00 L6B L6C L7 100.00 40.00 40.00 280.00 L1 40.00 60.00 70.00 L3 L5 80.20.00 40.00 40.00 40.00 100.00 40.00 40.00 80.00 L6A 40.00 TOTAL 320.00 120.Battery Sizing Duty Cycle Load Below time steps are created for the IEEE485.00 100.00 40.00 L2 280.00 100.00 40.00 40.00 80.

00 40.00 Version 4.00 30.00 L2 280.00 150.00 100.00 40.00 59 280.00 L6A 40.00 60.00 40.00 40.00 80.BTR Loads 0:0 0:05 1:00 1:05 30:00 30:15 31:00 1:00:00 1:00:15 1:01:00 2:00:00 2:00:10 2:59:00 2:59:05 2:59:10 2:59:15 2:59:30 0:05 1:00 1:05 30:00 30:15 31:00 1:00:00 1:00:15 1:01:00 2:00:00 2:00:10 2:59:00 2:59:05 2:59:10 2:59:15 2:59:30 3:00:00 40.00 60.00 100.00 280.00 200.00 60.20.00 100.00 40.00 100.00 40.00 40.00 40.00 60.00 60.00 80.00 30.00 40.00 100.00 80.00 40.00 200.00 80.00 40.00 40.00 40.00 280.00 February 2004 100.00 40.00 L6B L6C TOTAL 320.00 40.00 80.00 L3 L5 80.00 40.00 70.00 40.00 60.00 100.00 40.Battery Sizing Below time steps are created for the IEEE485M.00 120.00 .00 L1 40.00 40.00 60.00 60.00 L4 100.

10 506.BTR Loads LOAD 1 LOAD 2 LOAD 3 LOAD 4 LOAD 5 LOAD 6 LOAD 7 LOAD 8 TOTAL BATT.00 60 February 2004 .00 241.00 241.40 247.90 1.90 322.BTR a) And TOTAL BATT.BTR and 125MIN_R.90 322.00 4.40 247.40 247.00 1 MIN 5 MIN 5 MIN 30 MIN 30 MIN 31 MIN 31 MIN 230 MIN 230 MIN 231 MIN 231 MIN 239 MIN 239 MIN 240 MIN 506.00 506. AMPS W/Random Off for Comparison with file 125MIN_R.00 8.50 247.00 0 MIN 1 MIN 690.10 506.10 250.50 247.00 1.10 250.10 506. AMPS ROW RESULTS for Comparison with file 125MIN. AMPS W/Random Off TIME INTERVAL (SEC) Version 4.00 0. AMPS TOTAL BATT.40 241.20.BTR Note: Need to use the TOTAL BATT.10 506.00 1.40 690.00 25.00 199.50 247.40 322.00 690.00 1.Battery Sizing Below time steps are created for files 125MIN.

25 77.63 167.00 0.79 1.00 61 February 2004 .28 10.53 100.28 RCIC VACUUM PP 0.64 163.12 0.12 0. 14400 SEC. 45 SEC.12 0.BTR b) And TOTAL BATT.00 0.79 1.64 163.28 0. AMPS ROW RESULTS for Comparison with file 250SEC. 4 SEC.42 79.00 89.12 0.00 22. 18 SEC.27 77.28 0. RHR-MO-25A 0.36 100.00 0.63 167.12 0. Note: Need to use the TOTAL BATT. 21 SEC. 79.20.79 1.28 10.00 0.32 189. 24 SEC.64 163. 45 SEC.64 320. 14400 SEC. 60 SEC.74 77.79 1.28 0.28 120.28 10.00 RHR-MO-25A CONTROL 0.27 77.00 41.12 0.37 1.00 22.BTR files.32 100.28 100.48 342.00 0.00 0.Battery Sizing Below time steps are created for the 250SEC. 24 SEC. 42 SEC.32 89.12 0.00 10.79 1.32 189.79 1.27 144.74 10.28 0. AMPS TOTAL BATT.00 20.12 0.BTR AMPS 0 SEC- 1 SEC- 4 SEC- 18 SEC- 21 SEC- 24 SEC- 42 SEC- 45 SEC- 47 SEC- 60 SEC- 3600 SEC- REACTOR BLDG RACK 1 SEC. 4 SEC. 47 SEC.74 10.27 77. AMPS W/Random Off Version 4.00 220.28 0.74 10.00 0.64 320.28 10.79 0 SEC- 1 SEC- 4 SEC- 18 SEC- 21 SEC- 24 SEC- 42 SEC- 45 SEC- 47 SEC- 60 SEC- 3600 SEC- 1 SEC.84 1. 42 SEC.48 342.00 RR-MO-53A 0.64 163.28 10. AMPS W/Random Off for Comparison with file 250SEC_R.00 220.12 0.27 77.12 RR-MO-53A CONTROL 0. 21 SEC.27 77.48 100.12 0. 3600 SEC. 3600 SEC.48 100.12 0.06 10. 47 SEC.00 0.79 1.00 21.17 10.00 0.79 1.12 0.27 77.28 10.28 10.00 0.27 77.28 0. 18 SEC.28 0.28 10.74 10.BTR and 250SEC_R. 60 SEC.42 INVERTER GROUND FAULT TOTAL BATT.00 0.74 10.00 41.12 RCIC COND PP 0.27 77.74 11.79 1.00 22.74 10.00 0.28 0.

87 37.20.96 0.66 27.06 156.03 1.56 271.07 23.59 RCIC 1.06 1.04 0.22 8. 4 SEC.60 3.73 142.25 26.21 26.97 0.69 23.97 0.26 18.72 11.53 167.96 0. 29 SEC.14 26.68 99.88 23.86 23.17 25.70 16.86 23.95 23.09 159.82 118.24 TIME INTERVAL 1:00 3 SEC 14 SEC 1 SEC 57:42 1:00:00 1:00:00 2:45:00 2:45:00 3 SEC 17 SEC 5 SEC 118.85 PNLA5 25.88 PNLA7 8.97 0.15 6.68 119.62 25.39 118.53 167.28 1.64 25.19 38.25 7.13 45.71 0.04 0.04 1.87 23.52 93.56 35.84 16.22 35.04 0.03 1. 41 SEC1:00 PNLA1 3.46 264.60 25.21 8.00 62 February 2004 .48 29.42 35.85 23.22 GND 0.76 23.95 0.04 0.26 90.96 0.01 40.98 130.24 PNLA2 1.54 PNLA2 1.51 PNLA4 14.23 25.02 1.69 23.21 8.18 25.99 32.72 25.22 8.03 1.03 1.91 0.91 0.04 0.34 61.03 PNLA3 0.82 PNLA8 TOTAL BATT.88 23.78 161.73 1.28 1.80 150.24 26.19 47.73 142.67 184. 37 SEC.52 119.07 1.87 23. 23 SEC.71 25.10 137.70 25.96 0.87 23.67 PNLA5 25.18 26.90 186. 11 SEC.04 0.04 0.70 25.10 137.03 1.65 25.28 1.02 1.92 130.87 23.70 3.02 1.03 1.04 0.28 TIME INTERVAL 1 SEC 1 SEC 2 SEC 7 SEC 8 SEC 3 SEC 1 SEC 1 SEC 6 SEC 8 SEC 1 SEC 3 SEC 19 SEC TOTAL BAT AMP TOTAL BATT.05 16.49 27. AMPS W/O Random Version 4.04 0.21 13.51 0.04 1.23 25.67 211.63 23.03 1.11 116.68 119.16 26.53 3.28 19.73 25.00 3.02 PNLA6 23.23 25.67 25.79 26.09 159.04 0.46 264.02 1.32 15.86 23.17 25.03 1.47 41.94 24.64 25.63 24.19 26.27 40.19 26.91 25.83 25.30 25.04 1.74 59.53 3.01 36.54 174.11 37.37 25.87 23.96 0.22 8.03 PNLA8 RCIC AMPS 1:00 2:00 2:03 2:17 2:18 1:00:00 2:00:00 3:00:00 5:45:00 8:30:00 8:30:03 8:30:20 TOTAL/CIRCUIT 2:00 2:03 2:17 2:18 1:00:00 2:00:00 3:00:00 5:45:00 8:30:00 8:30:03 8:30:20 8:30:25 PNLA1 3.34 27. 22 SEC. AMPS 0 SEC- 1 SEC- 2 SEC- 4 SEC.98 105.53 3.75 11.91 23.60 11.96 0.04 0.53 3.94 131. 19 SEC.07 27.48 47.05 27.61 PNLA6 23.80 150.56 271. 41 SEC.97 0.45 11.24 1. 38 SEC.59 3.95 23.43 58.78 175.53 3.27 26.26 1.70 75.24 1.59 3.92 23.34 25.01 51.04 0.04 0.91 24.BTR files.86 23.96 0.96 0. 2 SEC. AMPS W/O Random 105.90 26.42 25.78 175.04 41.00 40.78 161.96 0.95 23.67 25.30 25.98 24.22 8. 11 SEC- 19 SEC- 21 SEC- 22 SEC- 23 SEC- 29 SEC- 37 SEC- 38 SEC- TOTAL/CIRCUIT 1 SEC.65 198.51 118.26 26.07 1.04 0.96 25.87 23.59 3.33 11.69 11.26 25.21 26.04 0.06 156.96 0.49 8.90 190.97 0.96 0.61 8.07 PNLA3 0.94 131.92 130.14 186.21 8.04 PNLA4 25.23 25.75 11.28 90.75 11.00 25.03 1.Battery Sizing Below time steps are created for the 125SEC.BTR and 125SEC_R.04 1.95 23.75 11.93 0.03 1.04 0.03 105.54 3.64 27.17 26.70 PNLA7 11.04 0. 21 SEC.68 99.12 24.18 25.02 1.04 0.63 25.70 11.04 0.96 0.90 190.96 26.33 11.29 1.15 1. AMPS TOTAL BATT.05 174.58 3.62 23.97 0.04 0.04 0.04 0.11 116.29 1.93 23.04 1.00 1.12 51.96 0.65 198.25 13.09 27.34 GND 0.

0 0 20 40 60 80 100 120 140 160 Time(minute) Version 4.00 63 February 2004 .0 115.20.Battery Sizing IEEE485.0 Voltage 120.0 105.0 Voltage 125.0 110.BTR Battery Duty Cycle Curves Nominal Random 300 250 Amperes 200 150 100 50 0 0 20 40 60 80 100 120 140 160 180 200 Time in Minutes Battery Voltage Profile 130.0 100.

0/ -220.70 35.00 1 29 30 60 59 30 67.40 67.00 Required Section Size Positive Plates 320.10 67.00 4 200. V4.79 Maximum Section 4.IEEE Worksheet Format ------------------------- Load Period (Amps) Section 1 1 320.6 6.00 1 29 30 60 120 119 90 60 46.0/ 126.54 2.00.20. Random and Momentary Loads ------------------------.00 3 280.00 2 100.0/ -80.00 -160.00 180.0/ -160.18 4.00.00 3 280.00 320.37 0.6 68.52 Section 4 1 320. Non-Continuous.00 1 29 30 60 59 1 180 179 150 120 60 1 35.1 46.00 3 280.74 3.74 -2.00 R 100.0/ 180.79 = Uncorrected Size (US) Version 4.60 320.0/ -80.00 180.87 4.31 -1.00 1 1 126.0/ 110.7 35.0 8.4 67.00 4 200.00 -220.00 -80.00 Change in Time Capacity Load Dur EOS T Min Rate (Amps) (Minutes) Amps/Pos (Rt) 320.38 54.94 -4.00 320.00 2 100.0/ 126.0/ -220.00 100.00 100.1 67.2 89.54 Section 2 Since the load in period 3 > load in period 2 can skip Section 3 1 320.6 126.9 46.0/ -220.0 0.70 320.00 110.00 -220.00 320.22 2.00 320.60 68.32 Section 5 Since the load in period 6 > load in period 5 can skip Section 6 1 320.00 5 40.9 40.01 3.0/ 46.13 4.00 -80.32 + random Section 0.0 2.87 40.4 54.10 46.60 126.00 180.73 -3.90 46.96 -6. File: D:\EDSAT2K\Projects\BTR\IEEE485 Checked by: 06/13/02 20:31:08 Page 1 Date: IEEE 485-1983 With Continuous.23 89.0/ 35.00 2 100.00 -220.Battery Sizing EDSA Battery Sizing Analysis.0/ 67.40 -1.0/ 180.00 64 February 2004 .00 1 1 126.00 6 150.7 4.0/ 180.

Loads --------------------------------Load Amperes 280.12 5.00. V4.25 Maximum System Voltage (V) Minimum System Voltage (V) Cell Recharge Voltage (V) Number of Cells End of Discharge Voltage (V) Charging Time (Hours) Continuous Load (Amps) Nickel Cadmium Const Lead-Acid Const Existing Number of Positive Plates 140.00 60.00 40.00.00 100.00 80.04 x Design Margin 1.00 Times Start 0:00 0:00 1:00 30:00 30:00 2:59:00 2:59:05 2:59:10 0:00 Stop 0:05 3:00:00 2:00:00 1:00:00 2:00:00 2:59:05 2:59:15 2:59:30 1:00 Duration 0:05 3:00:00 1:59:00 30:00 1:30:00 0:05 0:10 0:20 1:00 Type Description Momentary Continuous Noncontinuous Noncontinuous Noncontinuous Momentary Momentary Momentary Random L2 L1 L3 L5 L4 L6A L6B L6C L7 65 February 2004 .00 40.10 16 C&D LCUN-33 W/ 1.00 100.0 2.00 30.00.00 Version 4.15 70.25 = 7.20.15 x Aging Factor 1.0 F 1 1.65 Required cell size(Positive Plates) Existing Battery Cell Size (Positive Plates) Battery Reserve Margin in percent 8 16 52.0 105.12 x Temp Corr 1.20% Unit System English Analysis Type Rt Default Design Margin Lowest Operational Temp Service Life (Years) Aging Factor Manufacturer Cell 1. V4.00 80. File: D:\EDSAT2K\Projects\BTR\IEEE485 Checked by: 06/13/02 20:31:08 Page 3 Date: --------------------------------.750 12 40 1.205 SG EDSA Battery Sizing Analysis.Battery Sizing EDSA Battery Sizing Analysis. File: D:\EDSAT2K\Projects\BTR\IEEE485 Checked by: 06/13/02 20:31:08 Page 2 Date: Change in Time Capacity Load Dur EOS T Min Rate (Amps) (Minutes) Amps/Pos (Rt) Load Period (Amps) Required Section Size Positive Plates = 5.333 60 1.40 1.00.

00 80. Nominal 76.00 Ampere Hours Design Margin 76.83 68.00 100.00 40.00 80.83 68.00 40.00.20.Duty Cycle ------------------------------Duration Period Loads Amperes (HH:MM:SS) 1 L2 L1 280.00 280.00 30:00 L1 L3 L4 40.00.00 100.00 60.00 60.00 100.94 February 2004 .00 30.00 200.00 8.00 29:00 L1 L3 L5 L4 40.00 150. File: D:\EDSAT2K\Projects\BTR\IEEE485 Checked by: 06/13/02 20:31:08 Page 4 Date: ------------------------------.00 1:00 L7 100.00 60.00 1:00:00 5 L1 40.00 320.00 1:00 2 3 4 R Required Cell Size: Charger Ampere Ratings Nickel-Cadmium Lead-Acid Version 4. V4.00 Positive Plates.Battery Sizing EDSA Battery Sizing Analysis.00 59:00 6 L1 L6B L6C 40.00 100.00 1:00 L1 L3 40.94 66 0.

13 8.13 8.968 1.83 60.26 130.68 3.07 6.17 2.17 2.17 2.15 8.00 364.09 118.13 8.00 130.17 2.00 130.17 2.99 63.0 280.75 22.44 0.07 118.13 8.75 22.00 130.942 1.13 8.08 118.00 364.968 1.56 0.07 6.0 40.12 118.00 130.99 50.968 1.13 8.75 22.0 280.00 130.0 100.00 364.00 130.943 1.93 99.13 8.73 2.07 1.17 2.06 112.17 2.12 118.07 6.66 32.09 118.08 118.0 100.00.00 130.0 100.00 3.0 100.49 17.969 1.13 118.51 116.54 116.49 5.13 8.17 6.93 7.32 2.17 2.75 22.968 1.00 130.39 7.0 100.968 1.49 116.00 364.33 28.41 3.16 39.940 1.19 2.942 1.61 118.13 8.13 8.83 34.0 100.13 8.09 118.0 100.17 2.00 130.35 4.17 2.00 130.968 1.0 280.00 130.11 118.00 130.17 2.0 100.13 8.92 2.46 2.99 2.33 67.13 118.66 75.17 2.968 1. File: D:\EDSAT2K\Projects\BTR\IEEE485 Checked by: 06/13/02 20:31:08 Page 5 Date: ----------------------------------.940 1.00 364.0 100.00 130.08 4.0 100.13 22.13 8.00 130.33 15.11 118.00 130.942 1.13 118.22 4.20.0 100.00 6.00 130.37 1.01 8.10 118.75 22.27 3.969 1.13 118.43 0.941 1.00 130.66 58.07 118.70 0.08 118.07 Cumulative Cumulative Amps-Hrs Amps-Hrs Removed Removed/PP 6.39 67 0.73 81.51 1.33 136.99 106.16 26.07 6.49 56.942 1.17 2.99 37.49 69.968 1.13 8.00 52.977 1.0 100.07 118.75 22.0 100.17 2.17 2.10 118.0 100.969 1.83 47.00 3.00 130.13 8.968 1.13 8.00 130.0 100.941 1.08 118.48 116.11 118.0 100.969 1.07 6.63 7.Battery Sizing EDSA Battery Sizing Analysis.17 2.45 116.Battery Voltage Profile --------------------------------Time (HH:MM:SS) 00:00:00 00:00:05 00:01:00 00:02:00 00:03:00 00:04:00 00:05:00 00:06:00 00:07:00 00:08:00 00:09:00 00:10:00 00:11:00 00:12:00 00:13:00 00:14:00 00:15:00 00:16:00 00:17:00 00:18:00 00:19:00 00:20:00 00:21:00 00:22:00 00:23:00 00:24:00 00:25:00 00:26:00 00:27:00 00:28:00 00:29:00 00:30:00 00:31:00 00:32:00 00:33:00 00:34:00 00:35:00 00:36:00 00:37:00 00:38:00 00:39:00 00:40:00 Version 4.17 2.0 280.13 8.969 1.07 118.55 116.49 43.07 6.13 8.00 130.46 116.00 130.968 1.86 93.0 100.0 280.13 8.00 130.0 100.17 2.0 280.93 0.87 6.99 11.0 100.0 280.16 13.00 364.13 8.13 8.968 1.81 3.00 130.0 100.65 1.86 3.968 1.969 1.73 5.25 8.17 2.24 1.52 116.940 116.83 21.00 130.17 2.0 100.13 8.12 118.01 7.968 1.10 118.59 2.97 1.75 22.00 130.0 100.968 1.16 65.00 130.79 87.17 2.13 3.969 1.52 Corrected Amps/PP Cell Volts Battery Volts 26.941 1.17 2.0 100.13 8.16 52.968 1.00 364.13 8.0 280.05 2.00.19 124.968 1.17 2.75 22.0 100.43 116.13 8.0 100.09 118.06 116.17 2.77 8.00 364.33 41.13 8.17 2.17 2.54 3.07 6.07 6.968 1.99 24.00 364.13 118.75 1.0 280.66 45.0 Corrected Incremental Loads Amps-Hrs Amps Removed 416.0 100.10 118.07 6.00 364.10 1.968 1.0 100.66 19.75 22.95 4.40 118.0 280.42 116.33 54.13 8.969 1.0 280.13 8.0 100.25 6.969 1.969 1.49 30.41 February 2004 . V4.07 6.12 118.00 364.00 130.78 1.83 0.17 2.11 5.0 100.00 Load Amps 320.75 22.00 130.00 130.11 118.941 1.968 1.

0 280.33 303.00 06/13/02 20:31:08 Page 6 Date: Load Amps 280.0 200.00 260.0 200.07 6.54 16.0 280.26 221.66 68 8.75 22.939 1.11 117.33 4.27 16.953 1.17 116.00 260.39 116.00 364.0 200.99 351.99 273.0 200.25 16.0 280.75 22.25 16.07 6.52 19.08 February 2004 .25 16.25 16.62 17.75 22.33 355.66 333.99 197.75 22.952 1.953 1.56 11.951 1.25 16.07 6.44 18.12 117.07 6.33 342.00 364.0 200.0 200.14 116.36 116.936 1.00 260.0 280.46 148.952 1.00 260.80 11.33 277.0 280.11 117.33 4.00 260.00 260.06 20.07 6.33 4.00 364.30 116.0 200.0 280.0 200.33 4.75 22.33 329.06 203.16 116.75 22.45 13.15 117.75 22.53 154.08 17.70 13.25 16.952 1.39 233.08 117.25 16.90 18.42 21.00 364.936 1.0 200.25 16.28 9.69 21.10 117.38 116.00 260.0 200.952 1.25 16.00 260.00 260.14 117.00 260.936 1.25 16.0 280.07 6.33 4.66 10.17 18.07 6.937 1.19 116.14 117.952 1.952 1.33 4.938 1.09 117.Battery Sizing EDSA Battery Sizing Analysis.00 260.73 172.00 260.951 116.938 1.25 16.13 117.75 16.0 200.07 4.20 116.938 1.35 116.23 Corrected Amps/PP Cell Volts Battery Volts 22.0 200.90 9.952 1.33 20.0 200.18 11.96 22.16 117.16 117.27 116.937 1.25 16.0 280.0 200.25 16.33 264.15 117.0 200.00 260.25 19.938 1.0 280.00 260.0 200.59 14.99 312.35 17.0 280.0 200.25 16.33 4.66 281.13 209.15 21.00 6.87 21.10 117.25 16.75 22.33 4.29 116.99 299.46 239.0 200.60 20.00 364.940 1.07 6.33 290.13 117.33 4.25 16.98 19.00 260.07 6.952 1.00 364.75 22.937 1.0 200.0 200.952 1.00 364.939 1.00 364.04 10.33 4.25 16.75 22.59 160.94 12.99 338.59 251.33 4.25 16.00 364.939 1.07 6.07 6.936 1.00 364. V4.35 15.952 1.75 22.00 364.79 20.33 4.53 245.952 1.07 6.00 260.33 4.79 178.00 364.952 1.23 116.952 1.14 117.0 280.25 16.93 190.75 22.32 12.953 1.71 18.15 117.07 6.937 1.0 200.952 1.0 200.11 117.07 6.00 16. File: D:\EDSAT2K\Projects\BTR\IEEE485 Checked by: Time (HH:MM:SS) 00:41:00 00:42:00 00:43:00 00:44:00 00:45:00 00:46:00 00:47:00 00:48:00 00:49:00 00:50:00 00:51:00 00:52:00 00:53:00 00:54:00 00:55:00 00:56:00 00:57:00 00:58:00 00:59:00 01:00:00 01:01:00 01:02:00 01:03:00 01:04:00 01:05:00 01:06:00 01:07:00 01:08:00 01:09:00 01:10:00 01:11:00 01:12:00 01:13:00 01:14:00 01:15:00 01:16:00 01:17:00 01:18:00 01:19:00 01:20:00 01:21:00 01:22:00 01:23:00 Version 4.42 10.66 346.33 316.20.33 116.75 22.00.33 4.09 117.33 Cumulative Cumulative Amps-Hrs Amps-Hrs Removed Removed/PP 142.00 364.99 325.00 364.0 280.86 184.33 4.21 14.00 364.0 280.0 280.75 22.21 116.07 6.33 4.09 117.33 4.25 1.25 16.07 6.83 14.07 6.19 215.935 1.66 255.75 22.13 117.25 16.952 1.73 16.81 17.00 260.75 22.0 200.12 117.97 15.99 286.66 307.951 1.66 166.75 22.00.00 364.0 Corrected Incremental Loads Amps-Hrs Amps Removed 364.33 4.25 16.0 280.00 260.25 16.00 260.99 260.952 1.33 4.33 4.33 4.66 320.75 22.00 364.952 1.00 260.32 116.940 1.0 200.00 260.33 4.33 227.33 4.00 260.0 280.952 1.00 260.12 117.0 280.07 6.66 294.939 1.0 280.07 13.00 364.66 268.26 116.24 116.00 260.10 117.

73 69 22.98 116.00 06/13/02 20:31:08 Page 7 Date: Load Amps 200.00 260.97 116.00 260.77 23.969 1.33 4.48 25.0 200.33 4.00 260.15 118.00 52.33 433.30 32.14 February 2004 .33 498.02 117.81 30.00 260.25 16.37 27.0 200.949 1.0 200.00 260.25 16.85 116.35 30.0 200.951 1.0 200.02 26.25 16.33 394.948 1.99 429.00 260.04 117.21 25.949 1.87 0.33 4.0 200.948 1.0 40.33 485.33 4.00 260.06 117.92 28.66 398. V4.0 40.33 420.947 1.25 16.0 200.20.25 16.66 411.07 117.951 1.25 16.04 23.90 116.950 1.0 200.33 472.00 260.33 4.46 28.99 494.33 4.00 260.969 1.951 1.00 260.969 117.66 463.25 1.0 200.00 260.25 16.948 1.951 1.950 1.969 1.00 260.951 1.25 16.33 4.00 4.00 260.33 4.969 1.99 116.00 260.25 16.93 116.14 118.33 368.33 446.75 26.08 30.33 4.25 16.00 260.00 260.00 260.948 1.66 489.0 200.99 416.951 1.00 260.0 200.44 31.86 517.00 260.89 116.33 4.25 16.85 24.87 0.0 200.0 200.33 4.33 4.0 200.66 424.00 52.0 200.951 1.33 4.25 16.951 1.25 16.33 407.0 200.0 200.03 117.951 1.00 260.05 117.0 Corrected Incremental Loads Amps-Hrs Amps Removed 260.33 4.00 52.14 32.969 1.54 29.25 3.33 4.99 364.50 22.951 1.00 260.33 4.950 1.33 4.40 24.00 29.13 515.26 515.949 1.00 260.33 381.53 513.25 32.33 4.0 200.25 16.01 117.951 1.99 390.25 16.00 260.0 200.06 117.25 16.04 117.86 116.950 1.25 16.25 16.14 118.0 40.00 260.17 31.00 260.0 40.951 1.99 516.90 31.25 16.950 1.03 117.00 260.12 24.0 200.98 32.20 32.950 1.05 117.67 24.0 200.25 3.33 4.66 512.33 4.94 25.0 200.33 4.950 1.33 4.66 450.66 372.0 200.0 200.06 117.15 118.02 117.00.07 117.07 117.00 260.71 31.25 16.25 16.0 200.99 377.0 40.09 32.03 117.33 4.91 116.87 0.27 29.00 116.25 16.14 118.25 16.950 1.00 52.0 200.0 200.04 117.94 116.39 514.25 16.87 0.03 32.00 260.29 26.25 3.31 23.87 0.33 4.25 3.0 200.00 260.33 4.83 27.25 3.0 200.00 52.66 502.0 40.25 16.05 117.949 1.99 468.66 437.00 260.02 117.33 4.969 1.0 200.00 260.25 3.00 117.10 27.99 403.0 200.0 40.947 1.73 29.99 507.19 28.00.951 1.950 1.00 260.00 260.25 16.00 260.0 200.62 30.951 1.33 459.58 23.25 16.56 26.95 116.65 27.99 442.949 1.25 3.36 Corrected Amps/PP Cell Volts Battery Volts 16.33 4.25 16.33 4. File: D:\EDSAT2K\Projects\BTR\IEEE485 Checked by: Time (HH:MM:SS) 01:24:00 01:25:00 01:26:00 01:27:00 01:28:00 01:29:00 01:30:00 01:31:00 01:32:00 01:33:00 01:34:00 01:35:00 01:36:00 01:37:00 01:38:00 01:39:00 01:40:00 01:41:00 01:42:00 01:43:00 01:44:00 01:45:00 01:46:00 01:47:00 01:48:00 01:49:00 01:50:00 01:51:00 01:52:00 01:53:00 01:54:00 01:55:00 01:56:00 01:57:00 01:58:00 01:59:00 02:00:00 02:01:00 02:02:00 02:03:00 02:04:00 02:05:00 02:06:00 Version 4.33 4.99 481.87 Cumulative Cumulative Amps-Hrs Amps-Hrs Removed Removed/PP 359.99 455.33 4.25 16.33 4.25 16.83 118.08 117.01 117.25 16.25 16.33 4.33 4.25 16.950 1.14 118.00 52.33 511.33 4.66 385.0 200.0 200.950 1.66 476.87 0.33 0.0 200.33 4.Battery Sizing EDSA Battery Sizing Analysis.25 16.25 16.00 260.87 116.00 52.

0 40.25 3.11 118.25 3.0 40.87 0.11 118.87 0.33 521.0 40.00 52.14 118.87 0.11 118.969 1.0 40.99 70 32.87 0.66 538.969 1.13 118.87 0.14 118.87 0.969 1.63 34.0 40.969 1.969 1.969 1.87 0.06 548.14 118.25 3.25 3.00 52.68 32.87 0.46 533.0 40.25 3.28 33.87 0.25 3.79 537.11 February 2004 .25 3.47 34.00 52.00.53 539.95 33.0 40.99 529.06 535.12 118.00 52.01 33.969 1.57 32.13 118.0 40.41 32.969 1.0 40.969 1.969 1.12 118.25 3.59 545.969 1.25 3.93 33.00 52.87 0.25 3.00 0.25 3.969 1.0 40.98 34.13 118.39 527.52 552.13 118.25 3.969 1.0 40.13 118.00 52.58 34.00 52.87 33.00 52.87 0.00 52.13 118.25 3.87 0.87 0.25 3.19 522.12 118.0 40.969 1.39 540.00 52.00 52.17 33.14 118.87 0.00 52. V4.25 3.33 547.25 3.06 33.0 40.00 52.00 52.00 52.13 118.13 118.0 40.66 551.0 40.99 542.87 0.25 3.87 0.93 536.87 0.20.969 1.11 118.87 0.26 541.13 118.969 1.Battery Sizing EDSA Battery Sizing Analysis.47 32.39 33.87 0.06 522.93 523.0 40.26 528.87 0.25 3.00 52.13 118.87 0.968 1.00 52.11 118.0 40.00 52.25 3.25 3.969 1.25 3.969 1.82 33.87 0.87 Cumulative Cumulative Amps-Hrs Amps-Hrs Removed Removed/PP 518.968 1.87 0.33 33.87 0.59 519.86 530.79 32.60 33.39 553.85 32.0 40.00 52.87 0.87 0.0 40.66 525.0 40.87 0.969 1.969 1.12 118.77 33.63 32.0 40.22 33.00 52.00 52.969 1.969 1.19 548.0 40.92 549.00 52.25 3.79 550.04 34.74 32.00 52.87 0.969 1.00 52.52 34.0 40.00 06/13/02 20:31:08 Page 8 Date: Load Amps 40.25 3.87 0.26 554.69 Corrected Amps/PP 3. File: D:\EDSAT2K\Projects\BTR\IEEE485 Checked by: Time (HH:MM:SS) 02:07:00 02:08:00 02:09:00 02:10:00 02:11:00 02:12:00 02:13:00 02:14:00 02:15:00 02:16:00 02:17:00 02:18:00 02:19:00 02:20:00 02:21:00 02:22:00 02:23:00 02:24:00 02:25:00 02:26:00 02:27:00 02:28:00 02:29:00 02:30:00 02:31:00 02:32:00 02:33:00 02:34:00 02:35:00 02:36:00 02:37:00 02:38:00 02:39:00 02:40:00 02:41:00 02:42:00 02:43:00 02:44:00 02:45:00 02:46:00 02:47:00 02:48:00 02:49:00 Version 4.00 52.73 544.00 52.969 1.25 3.15 34.14 118.0 40.12 118.0 40.12 118.25 3.969 1.87 0.25 3.73 531.969 1.969 1.52 32.12 118.25 3.00 52.0 Corrected Incremental Loads Amps-Hrs Amps Removed 52.13 118.0 40.25 3.25 3.36 34.46 520.44 33.13 528.969 1.969 1.0 40.25 3.90 32.12 118.59 532.00 52.87 0.12 118.969 1.87 0.969 1.87 0.00 52.13 541.25 3.11 118.46 546.25 3.0 40.25 3.33 534.25 Cell Volts Battery Volts 1.00.0 40.31 34.00 52.00 52.79 524.87 0.0 40.969 1.968 1.968 118.86 543.25 3.00 52.00 52.25 3.0 40.00 52.50 33.14 118.87 0.0 40.00 52.55 33.25 34.14 118.87 0.09 34.42 34.25 3.87 0.969 1.87 0.0 40.0 40.13 118.87 0.969 1.00 52.00 52.00 52.00 52.0 40.12 33.25 3.87 0.969 1.12 118.0 40.0 40.11 118.0 40.12 118.71 33.25 3.53 526.87 0.0 40.0 40.19 535.11 118.25 3.00 52.25 3.14 118.25 3.12 118.25 3.969 1.87 0.12 118.0 40.00 52.00 52.66 33.20 34.969 1.0 40.969 1.969 1.11 118.12 554.

87 0.10 118.00 52.968 1.31 35.10 118.0 40.17 35.0 Corrected Incremental Loads Amps-Hrs Amps Removed 52.25 3.27 0.10 February 2004 .06 561.87 0.90 34.0 40.968 1.10 118.25 3.00 195.00.30 35.32 35.85 34.74 565.968 1.968 1.25 6.72 557.96 35.00 52.33 35.28 35.52 564.10 118.968 1.0 40.25 3.25 3.46 559.0 120.00 52.25 3.50 9.68 117.0 40.12 35.968 1.961 1.0 40.0 80.79 118.87 1.0 150.0 40.11 118.00 52.00 52.00 52.07 35.00 52.00 06/13/02 20:31:08 Page 9 Date: Load Amps 40.22 0.968 1.32 560.0 40.36 Corrected Amps/PP Cell Volts Battery Volts 3.968 1.00 52. V4.19 5.87 0.00 52.87 0.00 156.11 118.956 1.25 3.00 52.92 562.01 565.0 70.963 1.79 564.75 12.22 0.0 40.0 40.80 34.10 118.00 91.87 0.36 565.968 118.968 1.43 Cumulative Cumulative Amps-Hrs Amps-Hrs Removed Removed/PP 555.968 1.25 3.37 117.01 35.10 117. File: D:\EDSAT2K\Projects\BTR\IEEE485 Checked by: Time (HH:MM:SS) 02:50:00 02:51:00 02:52:00 02:53:00 02:54:00 02:55:00 02:56:00 02:57:00 02:58:00 02:59:00 02:59:05 02:59:10 02:59:15 02:59:30 03:00:00 Version 4.59 558.00.00 104.14 565.10 118.11 118.16 117.0 40.953 1.25 1.00 0.20.79 71 34.74 34.Battery Sizing EDSA Battery Sizing Analysis.13 0.25 3.86 556.25 3.19 561.87 0.73 0.87 0.87 0.69 3.

Non-Continuous.0/ 180. Including and excluding correction factors F.4 54.0/ -220.01 3.20.2 89.73 -3.23 89.00 -220.6 6. V4.54 Section 2 Since the load in period 3 > load in period 2 can skip Section 3 1 320.00 2 100.0/ 46. duration. B.00 4 200.00 320.0 2.60 320. D.00 3 280. Random and Momentary Loads ------------------------.00 -220.0/ -220.4 67.0/ -80. Battery Voltage profile G. IEEE Worksheet Format Report existing number of cells to calculate margin in capacity Load type. E.32 Section 5 Since the load in period 6 > load in period 5 can skip Version 4.00 72 February 2004 . stop & Start report Duty Cycle Charger sizing based on Continuous Load and on Steady state loads during full duty cycle.7 4.0/ 126.94 -4.0/ 67.00 Change in Time Capacity Load Dur EOS T Min Rate (Amps) (Minutes) Amps/Pos (Rt) 320.6 68.60 68.18 4.00.20.00 180. EDSA Battery Sizing Analysis.22 2.00 1 29 30 60 120 119 90 60 46.IEEE Worksheet Format ------------------------- Load Period (Amps) Section 1 1 320.52 Section 4 1 320.70 320.31 -1.00 3 280. Warnings and reports based on End voltage not being in the library The purpose of this sample test is to verify that the results produced by the EDSA Battery Sizing program are accurate and match those shown in the IEEE 485-1983 Standard.00 2 100.10 46.1 46.40 67. Sample QA/QC and V&V Following is an IEEE test bed used to show 100% match between EDSA and IEEE test case.0/ 180.00 -80. Special features of EDSA Battery Sizing: A.00 180.54 2. 02/13/04 10:13:27 File: C:\EDSA2004\Samples\BattSiz\IEEE485 Checked by: Page 1 Date: IEEE 485-1983 With Continuous.74 3.00 1 29 30 60 59 30 67.00 Required Section Size Positive Plates 320.00 1 1 126.38 54. C.Battery Sizing IX.00 320.

00 -80.00 110.00 80.00 80.0/ 126.Loads --------------------------------Load Amperes 280.00 100.00 60.00 100.12 x Temp Corr 1.00 Version 4.40 1. V4.00 4 200.79 = Uncorrected Size (US) EDSA Battery Sizing Analysis.87 4.00 1 29 30 60 59 1 180 179 150 120 60 1 35.25 1.9 46.00 320.20.0/ 110.15 70.25 = 7.00 1.0/ 180.65 Required cell size(Positive Plates) Existing Battery Cell Size (Positive Plates) Battery Reserve Margin in percent 8 16 52.40 -1.9 40.00 40.10 67.0 F 1 1.333 60 1.79 Maximum Section 4.0 105.00 30.04 565.96 -6.13 4.1 67. V4.750 12 40 40.00 Times Start 0:00 0:00 1:00 30:00 30:00 2:59:00 2:59:05 2:59:10 0:00 Stop 0:05 3:00:00 2:00:00 1:00:00 2:00:00 2:59:05 2:59:15 2:59:30 1:00 Duration 0:05 3:00:00 1:59:00 30:00 1:30:00 0:05 0:10 0:20 1:00 Type Description Momentary Continuous Noncontinuous Noncontinuous Noncontinuous Momentary Momentary Momentary Random L2 L1 L3 L5 L4 L6A L6B L6C L7 73 February 2004 .00 -220.0/ -220.10 16 C&D LCUN-33 W/ 1.0/ -80.79 Maximum System Voltage (V) Minimum System Voltage (V) Cell Recharge Voltage (V) Number of Cells End of Discharge Voltage (V) Charging Time (Hours) Continuous Load (Amps) Steady state load Charger Nickel Cadmium Const Charger Lead-Acid Const Existing Number of Positive Plates 140.00 100.60 126.70 35.0/ -160.04 x Design Margin 1.32 + random Section 0.20% Unit System English Analysis Type Rt Default Design Margin Lowest Operational Temp Service Life (Years) Aging Factor Temp Corr Factor Total Amp-Hrs Removed Manufacturer Cell 1.00 5 40. File: C:\EDSA2004\Samples\BattSiz\IEEE485 Checked by: 02/13/04 10:13:27 Page 3 Date: --------------------------------.7 35.0 0.00.00 1 1 126.00 180.00 R 100.0/ 35.Battery Sizing Section 6 1 320.205 SG EDSA Battery Sizing Analysis.15 x Aging Factor 1. File: C:\EDSA2004\Samples\BattSiz\IEEE485 Checked by: 02/13/04 10:13:27 Page 2 Date: Change in Time Capacity Load Dur EOS T Min Rate (Amps) (Minutes) Amps/Pos (Rt) Load Period (Amps) Required Section Size Positive Plates = 5.00.00 100.20.00 2 100.00 -160.37 0.87 40.6 126.74 -2.00 6 150.0 2.0 8.12 5.90 46.00 3 280.20.00 40.00 320.

00 74 February 2004 .00 320.00 40.00 100.00 150.00 1:00 L7 100.86 (Including Aging and Temperature Correction Factor) Charger Ampere Ratings Nominal Nickel-Cadmium 90.40 91.00 200. File: C:\EDSA2004\Samples\BattSiz\IEEE485 Checked by: 0.00 Positive Plates.00 60.00 60.00 59:00 6 L1 L6B L6C 40.00 100.86 (Including Aging and Temperature Correction Factor) Design Margin 121.00 60.00 30.00 280.Battery Sizing EDSA Battery Sizing Analysis. File: C:\EDSA2004\Samples\BattSiz\IEEE485 Checked by: 02/13/04 10:13:27 Page 4 Date: ------------------------------.00 29:00 L1 L3 L5 L4 40.64 Design Margin 104.Duty Cycle ------------------------------Duration Period Loads Amperes (HH:MM:SS) 1 L2 L1 280.00 80.00.00 1:00:00 5 L1 40.88 Charger Sizing Based on Steady state Load During the Full Duty Cycle -------------------------------------------------------------------- Charger Ampere Ratings Nominal Nickel-Cadmium 106.01 Lead-Acid 91.Charger Sizing--------------------------------- Charger Sizing Based on Continuous Load --------------------------------------- Charger Ampere Ratings Nominal Nickel-Cadmium 106. EDSA Battery Sizing Analysis. V4.00.78 Lead-Acid 79.91 105.00 Ampere Hours 02/13/04 10:13:27 Page 5 Date: ----------------------------------.00 40.64 Design Version 4.00 100.01 Lead-Acid 91. V4.00 100.00 80.91 105.20.00 1:00 2 3 4 R Required Cell Size: 8.90 (Excluding Aging and Temperature Correction Factor) Design Margin 121.00 1:00 L1 L3 40.20.20.00 30:00 L1 L3 L4 40.

00 130.07 118.968 1.0 40.48 116.54 116.0 280.01 8.49 30.07 6.33 136.941 1.17 2.75 22.00 130.0 100.968 1.00 130.968 1.00 130.13 8.13 118.19 2.00 130.07 6.99 106.0 100.17 2.17 2.0 280.00 130.51 1.19 124.0 100.16 26.12 118.99 50.17 2.10 1.0 100.13 8.83 0.07 6.12 118.942 1.13 8.17 2.00 130.07 6.33 15.83 60.13 8.13 8.01 7.968 1.75 22.00 364.75 22.43 0.66 45.07 1.08 118.75 22.00 130.13 118.44 0.93 0.0 100.969 1.00 364.05 2.20.41 3.00 130.13 8.0 100.0 280.00 130.0 280.Battery Voltage Profile --------------------------------Time (HH:MM:SS) 00:00:00 00:00:05 00:01:00 00:02:00 00:03:00 00:04:00 00:05:00 00:06:00 00:07:00 00:08:00 00:09:00 00:10:00 00:11:00 00:12:00 00:13:00 00:14:00 00:15:00 00:16:00 00:17:00 00:18:00 00:19:00 00:20:00 00:21:00 00:22:00 00:23:00 00:24:00 00:25:00 00:26:00 00:27:00 00:28:00 00:29:00 00:30:00 00:31:00 00:32:00 00:33:00 00:34:00 00:35:00 00:36:00 00:37:00 00:38:00 00:39:00 00:40:00 Version 4.08 118.07 6.87 6.99 63.969 1.16 39.49 17.940 116.92 2.13 8.09 118.13 8.93 99.83 47.56 0.00 130.968 1.07 6.16 52.75 22.00 130.13 8.17 2.0 100.13 8.88 02/13/04 10:13:27 Page 6 Date: ----------------------------------.13 8.13 8.00.00 364.09 118.13 8.00 130.49 56.0 100.942 1.00 364.13 8.969 1.52 116.43 116.16 13.977 1.11 118.13 8.11 118.941 1.08 4.13 8.968 1.17 2.07 Cumulative Cumulative Amps-Hrs Amps-Hrs Removed Removed/PP 6.Battery Sizing Charger Ampere Ratings Nominal Nickel-Cadmium 90.00 6.969 1.17 2.00 Load Amps 320.968 1.37 1.969 1.968 1.15 8.17 2.0 280.17 2.13 118.968 1.968 1.78 1.73 81.49 43.00 364.24 1.968 1.0 100.968 1.59 2.968 1.968 1.0 100.13 8.00 364.0 100.25 6.00 52.00 130.13 8.65 1.39 75 0.0 280.95 4.26 130.83 34.0 100.00 130.13 118.00 364.969 1.968 1.00 130. V4.17 2.49 116.49 69.17 2.51 116.16 65.968 1.86 93.0 280.968 1.0 280.83 21.61 118.941 1.13 8.99 24.73 2.22 4.27 3.0 100.41 February 2004 . File: C:\EDSA2004\Samples\BattSiz\IEEE485 Checked by: Margin 104.969 1.75 22.73 5.10 118.75 22.941 1.54 3.943 1.0 100.75 22.0 100.55 116.77 8.11 5.10 118.66 19.0 100.08 118.39 7.00 3.13 8.99 37.10 118.968 1.17 2.09 118.70 0.40 118.63 7.09 118.52 Corrected Amps/PP Cell Volts Battery Volts 26.07 118.08 118.17 2.06 116.13 22.942 1.0 100.40 91.13 8.13 8.968 1.0 100.00 130.75 22.0 100.13 8.20.0 100.17 2.17 2.00 130.97 1.66 75.0 100.13 8.17 2.00 130.0 100.00 130.66 58.00 364.13 3.00 364.07 6.00 130.33 28.13 118.81 3.12 118.07 6.00 364.35 4.46 2.940 1.00 130.07 6.0 280.0 Corrected Incremental Loads Amps-Hrs Amps Removed 416.42 116.07 6.0 100.00 130.11 118.0 100.00 130.11 118.00 130.17 6.07 118.10 118.17 2.13 8.17 2.33 54.17 2.12 118.07 118.00 364.17 2.969 1.49 5.45 116.68 3.17 2.0 100.00 130.93 7.79 87.940 1.90 (Excluding Aging and Temperature Correction Factor) EDSA Battery Sizing Analysis.13 8.00 130.0 100.942 1.13 8.06 112.33 41.86 3.25 8.32 2.969 1.0 100.75 22.75 1.99 11.969 1.33 67.17 2.0 280.0 100.17 2.17 2.66 32.00 130.17 2.13 8.99 2.17 2.0 280.00 3.0 100.78 Lead-Acid 79.00 130.46 116.

12 117.00 260.0 200.00 364.0 Corrected Incremental Loads Amps-Hrs Amps Removed 364.938 1.11 117.0 200.952 1.75 22.24 116.73 172.00 260.00 260.939 1.952 1.33 4.953 1.00 260.25 16.66 333.07 6.936 1.00 364.00 364.75 22.54 16.33 316.0 200.952 1.00 Page 7 Date: Load Amps 280.0 200.13 209.0 280.33 4.00 364.0 280.35 116.25 16.00 260.33 4.66 281.939 1.33 4. 02/13/04 10:13:27 File: C:\EDSA2004\Samples\BattSiz\IEEE485 Checked by: Time (HH:MM:SS) 00:41:00 00:42:00 00:43:00 00:44:00 00:45:00 00:46:00 00:47:00 00:48:00 00:49:00 00:50:00 00:51:00 00:52:00 00:53:00 00:54:00 00:55:00 00:56:00 00:57:00 00:58:00 00:59:00 01:00:00 01:01:00 01:02:00 01:03:00 01:04:00 01:05:00 01:06:00 01:07:00 01:08:00 01:09:00 01:10:00 01:11:00 01:12:00 01:13:00 01:14:00 01:15:00 01:16:00 01:17:00 01:18:00 01:19:00 01:20:00 01:21:00 01:22:00 01:23:00 Version 4.14 116.14 117.21 14.0 280.00 260.00 260.66 76 8.42 21.00 260.75 22.0 200.35 15.75 22.33 116.87 21.953 1.99 351.11 117.00 260.33 329.935 1.07 6.07 6.66 320.99 260.0 200.0 200.00 260.0 200.938 1.33 4.14 117.0 200.07 6.33 277.33 264.951 1.25 16.0 280.33 4.59 14.07 6.00 260.0 280.937 1.33 4.99 299.25 16.07 6.10 117.99 338.08 117.12 117.952 1.20 116.25 16.04 10.33 4.52 19.33 4.86 184.0 200.936 1.07 6.09 117.952 1.44 18.33 4.19 116.00 364.15 21.69 21.16 117.23 116.00 364.00 260.66 346.00 16.20.952 1.00 260.00 364.00 260.23 Corrected Amps/PP Cell Volts Battery Volts 22.75 22.33 4.25 19.15 117.07 6.17 116.79 178.33 20.66 166.07 6.90 9.00 260.11 117.00 364.99 312.33 290.99 286.00 364.0 280.35 17.75 22.79 20.0 200.939 1.953 1.33 Cumulative Cumulative Amps-Hrs Amps-Hrs Removed Removed/PP 142.53 245.10 117.66 10.33 4.33 4.0 200.33 4.13 117.0 280.07 6.73 16.00 364.00 260.07 6.14 117.07 4.952 1.0 280.12 117.75 22.46 239.0 200.17 18.25 16.33 227.98 19.937 1.21 116.25 16.00 260.0 200.20.00 260.25 16.0 280.08 February 2004 .00 364.25 16.27 16.07 6.940 1.0 200.0 280.75 22.07 6.940 1.28 9.952 1.33 342.16 116.66 307.25 16.16 117.13 117.00 364.83 14.936 1.0 200.25 16.0 200.08 17.13 117.99 325.07 13.952 1.952 1.952 1.952 1.06 203.00 364.0 280.32 116.00 260.25 16.07 6.33 4.18 11.38 116.00 260.75 22.952 1.937 1.26 116.0 200.00 260.25 16.33 4. V4.952 1.99 273.33 4.25 16.951 116.25 16.25 1.75 22.07 6.938 1.53 154.0 280.97 15.33 4.36 116.0 200.75 22.952 1.00 364.25 16.99 197.39 233.75 16.42 10.19 215.25 16.0 280.90 18.33 4.15 117.939 1.00 364.Battery Sizing EDSA Battery Sizing Analysis.09 117.25 16.952 1.0 280.33 4.25 16.62 17.27 116.33 303.33 4.75 22.29 116.07 6.81 17.00 364.75 22.26 221.93 190.30 116.15 117.00 364.936 1.00 6.25 16.07 6.75 22.0 200.0 200.45 13.00 260.66 268.75 22.70 13.938 1.80 11.0 200.00 260.96 22.60 20.75 22.75 22.66 255.25 16.00 364.0 280.25 16.71 18.66 294.00.32 12.59 160.33 355.0 280.56 11.952 1.00 260.33 4.46 148.75 22.951 1.0 200.33 4.06 20.94 12.07 6.0 280.937 1.952 1.39 116.59 251.0 200.25 16.0 280.09 117.10 117.

31 23.947 1.00 52.33 4.87 0.12 24.0 200.0 200.25 16.95 116.68 32.06 117.36 Corrected Amps/PP Cell Volts Battery Volts 16.90 31.0 200.04 117.25 3.00 260.53 526.00 4.99 116.27 29.86 517.0 40.969 1.969 1.57 32.92 28.14 1.25 16.25 3.99 468.95 Corrected Amps/PP 3.00 52.00 260.951 1.951 1.25 16.99 416.00 52.00 260.0 200.00 260.00 117.14 02/13/04 10:13:27 Page 9 Date: Load Amps 40.63 32.04 117.93 523.87 0.969 118.0 40.01 117.02 117.00 260.99 390.87 0.0 200.33 4.79 524.25 3.99 364.25 16.83 118.00 260.00.00 260.0 200.98 32.0 Corrected Incremental Loads Amps-Hrs Amps Removed 52.0 40.951 1.0 200.71 31.0 200.03 32.969 118.47 32.Battery Sizing EDSA Battery Sizing Analysis.25 3.25 16.969 118.07 117.87 0.85 116.87 0.62 30.87 0.30 32.00 260.0 200.99 377.969 118.0 200.25 16.39 514.25 16.39 527.33 4.20.05 117.89 116.00 52.21 25.85 24.0 200.40 24.25 16.00 260.19 28.33 4.25 16.33 381.19 522.94 25.950 1.33 4.0 200.00 52.00 260.73 22.87 0.950 1.52 32.950 1.25 3.25 16.969 117.0 200.00 52.33 498.969 1.00 260.13 1.0 200.33 4.14 1.00 260.56 26.950 1.87 0.947 1.46 520.00 29.00 52.66 424.0 200.0 200.00 260.00 260.33 4.99 481.14 118.79 32.81 30.0 200.00 260.14 1.03 117.950 1.0 40.37 27.25 16.969 118.20.949 1.949 1.66 385.25 16.87 0.02 26.01 117.83 27.54 29.0 40.0 200.33 4.0 200.04 117. File: C:\EDSA2004\Samples\BattSiz\IEEE485 Checked by: Time (HH:MM:SS) 02:07:00 02:08:00 02:09:00 02:10:00 02:11:00 02:12:00 02:13:00 02:14:00 02:15:00 02:16:00 02:17:00 Version 4.87 0.0 40.14 118.25 16.33 4.0 200.53 513.33 4.25 3.06 522.33 4.00 116.25 16.25 3.50 22.06 117.00 260.25 3.33 4.90 32.66 411.33 4.66 450.87 0.0 200.0 40.15 118.33 4.87 0.0 40.58 23.0 200.969 118.13 1.85 32.66 463.66 525.33 446.951 1.33 4.66 476.948 1.77 23.87 0.25 16.951 1.66 489.48 25.951 1.00 260.14 32.0 200.00 52.00 52.00 260.949 1.66 437.33 4.65 27.33 459.950 1.08 30.25 16.25 1.33 511.00 260.0 40.02 117.0 200.00 260.00 260.0 200.25 3.25 3.951 1.25 3.33 4.26 515.25 3.950 1.33 407.33 521.0 Corrected Incremental Loads Amps-Hrs Amps Removed 260.02 117.00 260.05 117.950 1.66 502.91 116.25 32.87 EDSA Battery Sizing Analysis.969 118.948 1.25 3.05 117.00 260.07 117.29 26. V4.99 455.20 32.0 200.951 1.33 4.46 28.14 1.25 16.33 4.25 16.14 1.87 116.25 16.33 4.25 Cell Volts Battery Volts 1.00 52.00 52.25 16.0 40.33 368.35 30.969 1.87 0.14 1.33 472.951 1.0 200.949 1.33 4.0 40.20.66 398.99 429.00 52.00 52.74 32.00.950 1.66 372.25 16.951 1.33 4.66 512.10 27.0 200.0 40.25 16.33 4.25 3.969 1.13 February 2004 .03 117.00 260.33 4.33 420.14 118.99 442.25 16.33 4.33 4.33 433.0 40.33 4.33 4.86 116.08 117.09 32.00 260.87 0.14 1.13 515.03 117.41 32.951 1.969 118.33 4.950 1.33 4.33 4.00 260.951 1.87 0.00 260.0 200.73 29.0 200.04 23.948 1.25 3.0 40.14 118.0 40.0 40.75 26.33 4.90 116.00 260.25 16.0 200.0 200.25 16.951 1.969 118.950 1.00 52.00 260. V4.00 52.99 516.14 1.00 260.0 40.93 116.59 519.949 1.17 31.969 1.87 Cumulative Cumulative Amps-Hrs Amps-Hrs Removed Removed/PP 518.00 260.00 260.25 16.0 200.33 4.00 Page 8 Cumulative Cumulative Amps-Hrs Amps-Hrs Removed Removed/PP 359.25 16.99 403.969 118.07 117.25 16.00 52.25 16.25 16.15 118.25 16.25 16.00 260.25 16.969 118.0 200.33 4.06 117. 02/13/04 10:13:27 File: C:\EDSA2004\Samples\BattSiz\IEEE485 Checked by: Time (HH:MM:SS) 01:24:00 01:25:00 01:26:00 01:27:00 01:28:00 01:29:00 01:30:00 01:31:00 01:32:00 01:33:00 01:34:00 01:35:00 01:36:00 01:37:00 01:38:00 01:39:00 01:40:00 01:41:00 01:42:00 01:43:00 01:44:00 01:45:00 01:46:00 01:47:00 01:48:00 01:49:00 01:50:00 01:51:00 01:52:00 01:53:00 01:54:00 01:55:00 01:56:00 01:57:00 01:58:00 01:59:00 02:00:00 02:01:00 02:02:00 02:03:00 02:04:00 02:05:00 02:06:00 Date: Load Amps 200.0 200.951 1.99 494.00 260.26 77 32.25 16.33 0.99 507.25 3.33 394.94 116.44 31.98 116.67 24.00 52.33 4.25 16.00 260.948 1.33 485.97 116.00 0.25 3.

26 554.00 52.87 0.12 118.53 539.25 3.0 40.86 530.87 0.25 3.0 40.66 33.37 117.00 52.12 118.968 1.87 0.0 40.12 35.00 52.00 52.0 40.00 52.74 565.22 33.87 0.99 529.87 0.00 52.00 52.00 52.87 0.0 40.968 1.13 118.969 1.0 40.00 52.12 554.42 34.969 1.87 0.87 0.0 40.87 0.0 40.0 40.969 1.969 1.87 0.50 9.968 1.00 52.25 3.12 118.87 0.968 118.12 33.969 1.13 118.69 3.87 0.87 33.17 33.99 33.01 35.968 118.25 3.68 117.0 40.00.968 1.28 33.00 52.06 561.0 40.25 34.12 118.969 1.87 528.969 1.12 118.52 34.969 1.25 3.11 118.80 34.59 558.87 0.0 150.0 40.33 35.0 40.31 34.87 0.46 546.25 3.25 3.0 40.25 3.87 0.85 34.00 52.00 52.25 3.13 118.25 3.46 533.13 118.00 52.0 120.69 3.92 562.10 118.0 40.969 1.99 542.27 0.90 34.87 0.73 544. V4.969 1.30 35.25 3.13 118.10 118.25 3.00 52.87 0.11 118.00 52.19 561.87 0.00 52.968 1.00 52.0 40.87 0.10 117.25 3.11 118.87 0.73 0.00 52.14 565.32 35.87 0.0 40.33 33.00 52.87 0.79 118.11 118.25 3.0 40.01 565.Battery Sizing 02:18:00 02:19:00 02:20:00 02:21:00 02:22:00 02:23:00 02:24:00 02:25:00 02:26:00 02:27:00 02:28:00 02:29:00 02:30:00 02:31:00 02:32:00 02:33:00 02:34:00 02:35:00 02:36:00 02:37:00 02:38:00 02:39:00 02:40:00 02:41:00 02:42:00 02:43:00 02:44:00 02:45:00 02:46:00 02:47:00 02:48:00 02:49:00 40.63 34.969 1.26 541.25 1.00 52.32 560.968 1.07 35.25 3.00 52.0 40.12 118.25 3.10 118.00 52.52 552.72 557.13 528.36 Corrected Amps/PP Cell Volts Battery Volts 3.43 Cumulative Cumulative Amps-Hrs Amps-Hrs Removed Removed/PP 555.00 156.09 34.10 118.87 0.20 34.0 40.0 40.93 33.969 1.00 195.00 52.969 1.25 3.969 1.33 534.00 91.25 3.0 40.25 3.0 Corrected Incremental Loads Amps-Hrs Amps Removed 52.0 40.87 0.969 1.52 564.12 118.93 536.86 543.969 1.0 40.22 0.00 52.25 3.969 1.20.00 52.87 0.87 1.25 3.0 40.963 1.17 35.961 1.66 538.13 118.13 118.11 118.25 3.06 33.00 0.87 0.31 35.87 0.00 52.00 52.87 0.86 556.87 0.60 33.87 0.968 1.11 118.00 52.19 535.12 118.79 78 34.87 0.00 52.16 117.00 52.0 40.25 6.25 3.22 0.00 52.25 3.25 3.969 1.73 531.0 40.00 52.15 34.66 551.79 537.0 40.59 545.0 70.00 52.71 33.25 3.00 52.0 40.0 40.25 3.33 547.0 40.953 1.0 52.0 40.36 565.19 5.00 52.25 3.969 1.0 80.87 0.00 52.00 52.969 1.969 1.00 104.58 34.12 118.87 0.968 1.969 1.82 33.92 549.968 1.968 1.00 52.87 0.13 541.13 0.79 564.25 3.11 118.12 118.11 118.12 118.25 3.87 0.25 3.00 52.10 118.87 0.956 1.13 118.25 3.12 118.969 1.11 118.75 12.969 1.0 40.10 February 2004 .0 40.00 1.47 34.10 118.77 33.01 33.969 1.25 3.96 35.13 118.25 3.00 0.00 52.0 40.04 34.19 548.969 1.0 40.20.25 3.11 Page 10 Date: Load Amps 40.25 3. 02/13/04 10:13:27 File: C:\EDSA2004\Samples\BattSiz\IEEE485 Checked by: Time (HH:MM:SS) 02:50:00 02:51:00 02:52:00 02:53:00 02:54:00 02:55:00 02:56:00 02:57:00 02:58:00 02:59:00 02:59:05 02:59:10 02:59:15 02:59:30 03:00:00 Version 4.0 40.50 33.0 40.39 553.25 3.25 3.0 40.87 0.59 532.0 40.11 118.98 34.36 34.968 1.39 540.25 3.79 550.44 33.06 535.0 40.12 118.74 34.11 118.968 1.55 33.968 1.969 1.969 1.46 559.87 0.28 35.25 EDSA Battery Sizing Analysis.11 118.39 33.25 3.87 0.06 548.

00 Description Battery Kt/Rt capacity factors Battery analysis project file Battery cell list Battery manufacturers’ list Temperature correction factor table 79 February 2004 .20.TBL Version 4.BTB MANUFACT. PROGRAM LIMITATIONS Maximum of 40 temperature correction factors Maximum of 1000 different loads per job/analysis Maximum of 20 battery manufacturers Maximum of 200 cells per battery manufacturer Maximum of 10 different cell voltage per battery Maximum of 40 capacitance factors per cell voltage group FILES USED File Name *.Battery Sizing X. • • • • • • XI.BVL *.BTR *.MAN TEMPCORR.

00 80 February 2004 .20.Battery Sizing XII.is between two curves in the library End of discharge.is higher than highest voltage in the library If End of discharge is in the library.is less than lowest voltage in the library End of Discharge. then Proceed with analysis If End of discharge is between two curves in the library. Note: Selected End of Discharge Voltage is ______ and falls between ____ and ___ in the library It is strongly recommended that the Discharge curve of the End of Discharge Voltage (minimum cell voltage to be used in the cell sizing) be included in the Battery Library. Version 4. then A pop-up screen is displayed and requests user input WARNING! Curve for End of Discharge is not available in the Manufacturer Data Library.00 checks to see if: ™ ™ ™ ™ End of Discharge is available in the library End of discharge. Please select an option. • Battery Sizing Warning Messages EDSA Battery Sizing version 4.20.

20. It is strongly recommended that the Discharge curve of the End of Discharge Voltage (minimum cell voltage to be used in the cell sizing) be included in the Battery Library.00 81 February 2004 . then A pop-up screen is displayed and request user input. then A pop-up screen is displayed and requests user input WARNING! Curve for End of Discharge is less than the lowest voltage available in the Manufacturer Data Library. The Discharge Curve for the Lowest Voltage will be utilized. Battery Sizing uses the discharge curve for the highest voltage in the Library. It is strongly recommended that the Discharge curve of the End of Discharge Voltage (minimum cell voltage to be used in the cell sizing) be included in the Battery Library. Version 4. then Battery Sizing generates a curve that will be part of the battery job file not the library (EDSA does not update the library). WARNING! Curve for End of Discharge is higher than the highest voltage available in the Manufacturer Data Library.Battery Sizing   Calculate Battery Discharge from interpolation Use End of Discharge Voltage that is less than user input If user selects Interpolation. The Discharge Curve for the Highest Voltage will be utilized. IN THE REPORT we have added a Warning with proper note BASED ON EACH CASE. If End of discharge is higher than the highest voltage in the library. If End of discharge is less than the lowest voltage in the library. In this case we know the voltage and amps so we calculate amps-hours. Battery Sizing uses the discharge curve for the lowest voltage in the Library.

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