The study deals with driving cycle review and development for electric vehicles. The results from driving data acquisition under naturalistic conditions are presented. A personalized method is developed and used to process the data. A set of electric vehicle cycles is presented as final product. A tool for “batch” cycle synthesis under tailored conditions is also presented.

Development of driving cycles for electric vehicles in the context of the city of Florence / Berzi, Lorenzo; Delogu, Massimo; Pierini, Marco. - In: TRANSPORTATION RESEARCH. PART D, TRANSPORT AND ENVIRONMENT. - ISSN 1361-9209. - STAMPA. - 47:(2016), pp. 299-322. [10.1016/j.trd.2016.05.010]

Development of driving cycles for electric vehicles in the context of the city of Florence

BERZI, LORENZO;DELOGU, MASSIMO;PIERINI, MARCO
2016

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The study deals with driving cycle review and development for electric vehicles. The results from driving data acquisition under naturalistic conditions are presented. A personalized method is developed and used to process the data. A set of electric vehicle cycles is presented as final product. A tool for “batch” cycle synthesis under tailored conditions is also presented.
2016
47
299
322
Berzi, Lorenzo; Delogu, Massimo; Pierini, Marco
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