E-Mobility in Europe
Author(s): Filho W L, Kotter R (Eds.)
The book provides an overview of developments in emobility in Europe and USA – a fast growing sector linking engineering, infra, environment, transport and sustainable development. It attempts to serve for benefit of society, environment, public health and in turn development of private industry and economic development.
Can Product Service Systems Support Electric Vehicle Adoption?
Author(s): Ensslen A, Gnann T, Jochem P, Plötz P, Dütschkee E, Fichtner W
This research focuses on the question whether e-mobility product service systems (i.e. plug-in electric vehicles, interconnected charging infrastructure as well as charging platform and additional services) are supportive to plug-in electric vehicle adoption in professional environments.
Conceptual Development of Electromobility in Conditions of Slovak Municipalities
Author(s): Hrudkay K, Jaroš J
Development of electromobility depends on several factors. Framework conditions are usually defined at the national level, typically by government, but sometimes the national conditions are also affected by the European framework.
Vehicular Electric Power Systems
Author(s): Emadi A, Ehsani M, Miller J M (Eds.)
This book introduces challenges and trends in more electric vehicles (MEVs) development. It comprehensively covers advanced power system architectures, dynamics and characteristics of MEVs with focus on real world applications and issues and challenges.
Decentralized Master Production and Recycling Scheduling of Lithium-Ion Batteries: A Techno-Economic Optimization Model
Author(s): Scheller C, Schmidt K, Spengler TS
Due to the rapid growth of e-mobility, increasing amounts of lithium-ion batteries are produced and returned after their lifetime. However, these returns will lead to new challenges for manufacturers and recyclers, considering the end-of-life.
Development of an Off-Grid Electrical Vehicle Charging Station Hybridized With Renewables Including Battery Cooling System and Multiple Energy Storage Units
Author(s): Al Wahedi A, Bicer Y
This study proposes, and thermodynamically assesses, a grid-independent and renewable energy-based, stand-alone electrical vehicle charging station consisting of CPV/T, wind turbine and biomass combustion-based steam Rankine cycle plant.
Different Scenarios of Electric Mobility: Current Situation and Possible Future Developments of Fuel Cell Vehicles in Italy
Author(s): Ala G, di Filippo G, Viola F, Giglia G, Imburgia A, Romano P, Castiglia V, Pellitteri F, Schettino G, Miceli R
The aim of the paper is to recognize whether fuel cell technology may be an enabling solution to overcome pollution problems and respect for the environment.
Distributed Holistic Framework for Smart City Infrastructures: Tale of Interdependent Electrified Transportation Network and Power Grid
Author(s): Hadi Amini M, Mohammadi J, Kar S
The ultimate goal of this paper is to provide a thorough vision towards leveraging the interdependence of power and transportation networks while taking advantage of Plug-in Electric Vehicles as coupling agents.
Electric Vehicle Based Smart E-Mobility System – Definition and Comparison to the Existing Concept
Author(s): Pavić I, Pandžić H, Capuder T
The existing models designed to reap the benefits of electric vehicles’ flexibility in the literature almost exclusively identify charging stations as active players exploiting this flexibility.
E-Mobility - Advancements and Challenges
Author(s): Adib A, Shadmand MB, Shamsi P, Afridi KK, Amirabadi M, Fateh F, Ferdowsi M, Lehman B, Lewis LH, Mirafzal B, Saeedifard M
The paper analyses and reviews some of peculiar technical challenges which industry is presently facing while moving to more electrification of energy conversion systems in mobile platforms like E-Mobility and recent developments reported in different journals/literature.