Digital Library on Green Mobility

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Evaluation of Grid Compatible Load Management Concepts for E-Mobility in Distribution Grids

2019

Author(s): Thie N, Junge E, Hillenbrand S, Konermann M

Due to the high peak loads of electric vehicles, the increase in electromobility is expected to increase grid usage. In particular, due to high local penetration in individual low-voltage grids, the probability of local grid congestion also increases.

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The growing proportion of electric vehicles, as a side effect of the mobility factor, provides a decentralized electric storage network that can be used as an alternative to traditional central storage systems for buffering fluctuations in power generation and balancing the reliability of the power grid.

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Forecasting the Diffusion of Hydrogen EV Refuelling Infrastructures in Italy

2019

Author(s): Viola F, Zaninelli D, Ala G, Schettino G, Castiglia V, Miceli R

The revolution of electric vehicles has arrived in Italy, but it still has trouble taking off. At the moment, hybrid technology, particularly due to range anxiety, would appear to be the most quoted. The aim of this work is to understand if the fuel cell technology can find place in Italy.

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Future of EV Charging

2019

Author(s): Bauer P

Electric vehicle charging infrastructure would be the main factor to ensure a smooth transition to e-mobility.

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High Speed Synchronous Reluctance Motors for Electric Vehicles: A Focus on Rotor Mechanical Design

2019

Author(s): Credo A, Fabri G, Villani M, Popescu M

This paper deals with the design of high-speed Synchronous Reluctance motors for electric vehicle applications. The need to enhance power density and lowering costs leads to the design of high speed motors with a reduced amount of rare earth. Pure synchronous reluctance motors potentially operate at high speed and exhibit a low cost rotor compared to PM and induction motors.

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Impact of E-Mobility on Unbalance in Low Voltage Distribution Network

2019

Author(s): Eleschova Z, Bendik J, Cenky M, Belan A, Cintula B, Janiga P

E-mobility is a fast-growing sector that influences many industries. In this paper, the authors deal with possible influence of e-mobility development on the existing low voltage distribution network.

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Impact of E-Mobility Penetration on Community Electricity Storage

2019

Author(s): Stroink A, Wawer T

This paper presents a holistic modeling approach for the optimum sizing of electricity energy storage (EES) units for local energy communities (LECs) with electric vehicle (EV) charging and renewable resources.

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Infrastructuring of Canadian Transport Using Hydrogen From RES: Comparison Between BEV and FCV

2019

Author(s): Brenna M, Foiadelli F, Longo M, Yaici W

The aim of this paper is to compare the energy efficiency of the hydrogen applied directly in a fuel cell vehicle or converted in electricity for a fast charge of a battery electric vehicle in long distance journeys.

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Is the South African Electrical Infrastructure Ready for Electric Vehicles?

2019

Author(s): Bokopane L, Kanzumba K, Vermaak H

The adaptation of Electric Vehicle (EV) is influenced by consumers' demand. This vast adaptation by consumers' will depend on various factors. Some of the major factors that influence the high volume of penetration of EV's in the market include, energy security, accessible charging option, charging schemes, vehicle range, wide visibility, affordability, sound policies as well as incentives.

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LCA Indicators in Electric Vehicles Environmental Impact Assessment

2019

Author(s): Tintelecan A, Constantinescu-Dobra A, Martis C

Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) is a process by which, in terms of sustainability, the environmental effects of a product or system are evaluated over its life cycle. The transport sector is one of the largest contributors to climate change, pollution and noise emissions.