Digital Library on Green Mobility

Research Papers/Articles

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Literature vs. Twitter: Empirical Insights on Customer Needs in E-Mobility

2019

Author(s): Kühl N, Goutier M, Ensslen A, Jochem P

Knowledge about existing user preferences and requirements with regard to electric vehicles is crucial to the development of convenient e-mobility solutions. For a good market adoption of electric vehicles, they are decisive.

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MEGEE: Mobile Edge computer Geared v2x for E-mobility Ecosystem

2019

Author(s): Cao Y, Wu C, Zhang X, Liu W, Peng L, Khalid M

In this paper, the authors propose a Mobile Edge computer Geared v2x for E-mobility Ecosystem (MEGEE), as a decentralized alternative to the conventional centralized cloud based architecture. MEGEE enables the Vehicular Delay/Disruption Tolerant Networking (VDTN)-driven anycasting for information delivery, and Mobile Edge Computing (MEC) functioned CSs for information mining and aggregation.

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This paper focused on the integration of renewable sources and storage systems in the household sector with a special attention to the adoption of home smart charging infrastructures for electric vehicles.

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Evaluation of Grid Capacities for Integrating Future E-Mobility and Heat Pumps Into Low-Voltage Grids

2019

Author(s): Thormann B, Kienberger T

Although the area-wide introduction of electric vehicles (EVs) and electric heat pumps (HPs) would lead to the decarbonization of the energy system, existing low-voltage (LV) power grids will present new challenges.

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On the Ease of Being Green: An Investigation of the Inconvenience of Electric Vehicle Charging

2020

Author(s): Dixon J, Andersen PB, Bell K, Træholt C

This paper provides a quantitative investigation of the inconvenience of charging electric vehicles (EV) in comparison to the internal combustion engine vehicle (ICEV) in terms of the time penalty that drivers are likely to face.

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This study aims to determine the optimal deployment of charging stations for BEVs by maximizing the covered path flows taking into account the path deviation and nonlinear elastic demand.

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Wireless electric vehicle charging (WEVC) emerges as a promising technology due to convenience characteristics and the mitigation of range anxiety to enable e-mobility. Recently, the safety issues on WEVC systems have drawn considerable attention. In light of thermal safety, the most critical part of WEVC systems is the surface of ground assembly (GA).

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Simulating the Impact of E-Mobility Charging Infrastructure on Urban Low-Voltage Networks

2020

Author(s): Echternacht D, El Haouati I, Schermuly R, Meyer F

Driven by subsidies, the Volkswagen emission scandal, the discussion on driving bans for diesel cars and the decreasing prices for electric vehicles, it is expected that their numbers in Germany will increase dramatically in the coming years.

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Towards E-mobility: Strengths and Weaknesses of Electric Vehicles

2020

Author(s): Carteni A, Henke I, Molitierno C, Errico A

The paper aims at critically analyze weaknesses, strengths and application fields of the electric mobility in Italy. Specifically, the electric vehicle today has high production costs, low autonomy and not “zero” environmental impacts deriving from the production, motion and recycling of the vehicle.

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A large number of factors at both local and national levels affect the adoption rate of electric vehicles (EVs). Much of the research aimed at understanding what conditions are based on either degree in which adoption thrives.