Digital Library on Green Mobility

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Enhancing the Power Quality of the Grid Interactive Solar Photovoltaic-Electric Vehicle System

2021

Author(s): Irfan MM, Rangarajan SS, Collins ER, Senjyu T

This study examines the different power quality issues that arise as a result of EV charging systems, as well as their origins and consequences. The ANFIS-based DSTATCOM for electric vehicle charging stations was demonstrated in this article.

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Analysis of Electric Moped Scooter Sharing in Berlin: A Technical, Economic and Environmental Perspective

2021

Author(s): Wortmann C, Syré AM, Grahle A, Göhlich D

This study investigates the ability of an e-moped sharing system to substitute passenger car trips, and the resulting economic and environmental effects.

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In this paper the authors tried to explain the question of how to maximize the patent holder’s return by appropriate patent license strategy to promote EV cell innovation diffusion, when competition and patent licensing relationship exist in the supply chain.

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This study is a life-cycle assessment (LCA) of the GHG emissions of passenger cars in China, Europe, India, and the United States, four markets that are home to the majority of global new passenger car sales and reflect much of the variety in the global vehicle market.

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Optimal Fleet Deployment for Electric Vehicle Sharing Systems With the Consideration of Demand Uncertainty

2021

Author(s): Lu C-C, Yan S, Li H-C, Diabat A, Wang H-T

This study addresses the optimal allocation of a fleet of plug-in electric vehicles (EVs) to the stations of an EV-sharing system. The objective is to maximize the profit of the system operator. A multi-layer time–space network flow technique is adopted to describe the movement of EVs in the system.

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Shared Use of Electric Autonomous Vehicles: Air Quality and Health Impacts of Future Mobility in the United States

2021

Author(s): Pan S, Fulton LM, Roy A, Jung J, Choi Y, Gao HO

Vehicle electrification, automation, and shared mobility – also referred to as the transportation three revolutions (3Rs) – are the emerging trends in future mobility. This study performed a comprehensive integrated analysis to investigate the potential future development of passenger transportation in the United States.

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A Simulative Framework for a Multi-Regional Assessment of Local Energy Markets – A Case of Large-Scale Electric Vehicle Deployment in Germany

2021

Author(s): Cramer W, Schumann K, Andres M, Vertgewall C, Monti A, Schreck S, Metzger M, Jessenberger S, Klaus J, Brunner C, Heringer F, Alvarado A, Armstorfer A, Beg N

This study focuses on local energy markets as an increasingly discussed approach for coordinating distributed energy systems and introduces a simulative framework for enabling a multi-regional assessment of this concept.

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Optimal Location of EV Charging Stations in a Neighborhood Considering a Multi-Objective Approach

2021

Author(s): Bitencourt L, Abud TP, Dias BH, Borba BSMC, Maciel RS, Quirós-Tortós J

This study has proposed a methodology to optimally locate charging stations (CSs) through a multi-objective approach, by minimizing the electrical losses and the charging zone center deviation. It applies a hierarchical clustering method to define CS service zones, considering both technical and mobility aspects.

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This paper aims to develop a comprehensive evaluation framework in order to estimate the environmental impact associated to Electric Vehicles and Internal Combustion Engine Vehicles, by adopting a Life Cycle Assessment approach.

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Localization of Charging Stations for Electric Vehicles Using Genetic Algorithms

2021

Author(s): Jordán J, Palanca J, del Val E, Julian V, Botti V

This work addresses the problem of optimizing the placement of new infrastructures for EV charging. The electric vehicle is gradually being introduced in cities. The impact of this introduction is less due, among other reasons, to the lack of charging infrastructure necessary to satisfy the demand.