Mayur P Bonkile

Mayur P Bonkile
Imperial College London | Imperial · Department of Mechanical Engineering

Doctor of Philosophy

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Introduction
Dr Mayur P. Bonkile is currently a postdoctoral researcher at Imperial College London. His PhD is on "system integration of renewable hybrid power systems with energy storage" at the Department of Energy Science & Engineering, IIT Bombay. Homepage: https://sites.google.com/view/mayurbonkile/home
Additional affiliations
July 2013 - May 2015
National Institute of Technology Calicut
Position
  • Research Assistant
Description
  • Teaching Assistant (Laboratory):- Heat Engines Laboratory, Heat Transfer Laboratory Teaching Assistant (Course):- Postulational Thermodynamics, Multi-Phase Flow
Education
July 2015 - July 2019
Indian Institute of Technology Bombay
Field of study
  • Energy Storage
July 2013 - May 2015
National Institute of Technology Calicut
Field of study
  • Thermal Sciences
July 2007 - May 2011
Government College of Engineering, Amravati
Field of study
  • Mechanical Engineering

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Publications (22)
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Battery energy storage system (BESS) is a crucial part of standalone renewable hybrid power systems. Dynamic battery degradation analysis and life prediction are essential for better techno-economic estimation of standalone PV-wind battery hybrid power systems. With this viewpoint, this paper aims to study battery degradation using a physics-based...
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This paper presents a thermal management and control strategy to minimise thermal degradation in Li-ion batteries in a standalone solar-PV – Battery Energy Storage (BES) hybrid power system. The main objectives of this work are: (a) to analyse the effect of temperature on the performance and degradation of the BES system, and (b) to develop a simpl...
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A standalone hybrid power system (SHPS) using renewable energy resources (RERs) like wind, solar, hydro and biomass can be installed at any remote location where power grid extension is either not possible or too expensive. However, these RERs have drawbacks like unpredictable nature, intermittency, dependence on location and mismatch of generated...
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Renewable energy resources (RERs) have the potential to satisfy the continuously growing energy demand and provide power to un-electrified remote locations. The power generated by RERs is not always reliable due to its dependence on atmospheric conditions like solar radiation, wind speed, and temperature. To provide uninterrupted power throughout d...
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Renewable energy resources (RER) have the potential to satisfy the continuously growing energy demand of the world and provide energy to un-electrified remote locations. The hybrid energy system using more than one power source can successfully overcome the limitations of RER. However, proper sizing of RERs and battery energy storage (BES) is requi...
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Even if numerical simulation of the Burgers’ equation is well documented in the literature, a detailed literature survey indicates that gaps still exist for comparative discussion regarding the physical and mathematical significance of the Burgers’ equation. Recently, an increasing interest has been developed within the scientific community, for st...
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A new implicit scheme similar to Keller box method is presented for the numerical solution of an unsteady two-dimensional heat equation subject to time-dependent boundary conditions in Cartesian Co-ordinate system. The unsteady two dimensional heat equation without internal heat generation arises in the mathematical modeling of many physical phenom...
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Even if the numerical simulation of the unsteady viscous Burgers' equation is well documented in the literature, a detailed literature survey indicates that there is still gaps exists for comparative investigation regarding the effect of Hopf-Cole transformation on the efficiency and accuracy of schemes. In this paper, a comparative numerical inves...
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In this paper the numerical solution of unsteady viscous Burgers' equation is presented. A combination of Modified Keller Box difference scheme and Hopf-Cole transformation is proposed to solve the Burgers' equation. The proposed scheme is an implicit scheme with second order accuracy in space and time. Two test problems are considered to validate...
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In this paper, method-of-lines (MOL) in conjunction with optimal five-stage, order four strong stability-preserving time-stepping Runge-Kutta (SSP-RK54) scheme is proposed to find the approximate solution of the unsteady Burgers' equation. The MOL is used in space, and the SSP-RK54 scheme is used in time for solving the resulting system of ordinary...
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In this paper, method-of-lines (MOL) in conjunction with optimal four-stage, order three strong stability-preserving time-stepping Runge-Kutta (SSP-RK43) scheme is proposed to find the approximate solution of the unsteady Burgers' equation. The MOL is used in space, and the SSP-RK43 scheme is used in time for solving the resulting system of ordinar...

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Keywords: standalone renewable-battery energy storage hybrid system; lithium-ion battery; Power management control strategy using physics-based battery models; maximum power point tracking; Physics-based battery models; DAE-based MPPT