Digital Library on Green Mobility

Research Papers/Articles

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This paper suggests a multi-objective system-level fast charging station recommendation approach to dynamically assign electric vehicles to suitable stations to advance the interests of the coupled system, fast charging stations, and electric vehicle users.

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The disordered charging behavior of large-scale electric vehicles will immeasurably impact the distribution grid. How to simultaneously solve the demand for charging and discharging of large-scale electric vehicles and the safe operation of the distribution grid has been a research hotspot in recent years.

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Real-Time State of Charge Estimation for Electric Vehicle Power Batteries Using Optimized Filter

2022

Author(s): Maheshwari A, Nageswari S

The main focus of the battery management system is the estimation of the battery's State of Charge (SOC), which is an indicator to determine the driving range of an electric vehicle. The Extended Kalman Filter (EKF) algorithm is the most promising for SOC estimation when the system is running.

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Thermal Encapsulation of Large Battery Packs for Electric Vehicles Operating in Cold Climate

2022

Author(s): Ramesh Babu A, Minovski B, Sebben S

This work numerically investigates the potential of thermal encapsulation of large battery packs for electric truck applications. Vehicle-level simulations were performed under drive cycle conditions at different operating temperatures to study its influence on the battery performance.

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This paper evaluates the necessity of accelerating Hainan’s transition to NEVs by using ICCT’s Roadmap model to project tank-to-wheel CO2 emissions from Hainan’s on-road transportation sector through 2035 under two different scenarios. The baseline year is 2021 and all passenger vehicles, buses, coaches, and trucks are included.

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Deploying Charging Infrastructure to Support an Accelerated Transition to Zero-Emission Vehicles

2022

Author(s): Bernard M R, Kok I, Dallmann T, Ragon P-L

The study shows more than 100 million chargers, including 6.2 million public ones representing 240 GW of public installed power output, will be needed across ZEVTC jurisdictions by 2030. As of mid-2022, only 13% of public chargers and 10% of power output were in place.

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EV-Ready India Part 1: Value Chain Analysis of State EV Policies

2019

Author(s): World Economic Forum

This White paper uses a Value Chain Framework to analyse the EV policies in 10 Indian States. The Value Chain framework pays attention to the multisectoral and multistakeholder aspects of EV-policies - separated into three different value chains; the value chain of electric vehicles, the value chain of charging, and the value chain of the surrounding network. It ensures that overall sustainability is considered from cradle to grave.

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Thermal and Electrical Characterization of an Electric Vehicle Battery Cell, an Experimental Investigation

2022

Author(s): Gungor S, Cetkin E, Lorente S

This paper documents the experimental characterization of a Li-ion battery cell during the charging/discharging cyclic operations. The study of the battery cell is conducted in the absence of a cooling aid system and provides thermal and electrical insights.

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What Affects Consumers’ Intention To Recycle Retired EV Batteries in China?

2022

Author(s): Dong B, Ge J

To understand consumers’ intention to recycle EVs’ retired batteries, a study using the theory of planned behavior, value-belief-norm (VBN) theory, and the benefit-risk analysis (BRA) model was combined with three extended factors, namely, recycling experience, policy incentives, and product after-sales.

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An Immune Algorithm for Solving the Optimization Problem of Locating the Battery Swapping Stations

2022

Author(s): Zhang H, Zhang K, Zhou Y, Ma L, Zhang Z

In this paper, an integer programming problem model was formulated to reasonably locate battery swapping stations, where total costs (including construction, operation and maintenance, and travel costs) were minimized.