There is a wide variety of industrial vehicles that are customized to perform different public services in urban environments. Typical mission profiles, associated to these urban services are often ideal to the application of electric vehicles since low speed and frequent accelerations and decelerations are required. The cost of accumulators which are required to assure prescribed vehicle autonomy represents a serious issue for a fast diffusion of this technologies. However, some of the most commonly diffused public services such as collection of garbage involve the execution of fixed route with frequent and prolonged stoppages, a profile mission that suggests the possibility to adopt charging solutions to supply additional energy to the vehicle. In this work, the potential of an inductive recharge network is investigated as a mean to improve vehicle range or - from another point of view - to reduce the size of on board accumulators, making electric vehicles available to perform a prescribed mission profile without any limitation in comparison with conventional ones.

Application of induction power recharge to garbage collection service / Reatti, Alberto; Corti, Fabio; Pugi, Luca; Berzi, Lorenzo; Barbieri, Riccardo; Delogu, Massimo; Pierini, Marco. - ELETTRONICO. - (2017), pp. 1-5. (Intervento presentato al convegno Research and Technologies for Society and Industry (RTSI) tenutosi a Modena nel 11-13 Sept. 2017) [10.1109/RTSI.2017.8065961].

Application of induction power recharge to garbage collection service

Reatti, Alberto;Corti, Fabio;Pugi, Luca;Berzi, Lorenzo
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Barbieri, Riccardo;Delogu, Massimo;Pierini, Marco
2017

Abstract

There is a wide variety of industrial vehicles that are customized to perform different public services in urban environments. Typical mission profiles, associated to these urban services are often ideal to the application of electric vehicles since low speed and frequent accelerations and decelerations are required. The cost of accumulators which are required to assure prescribed vehicle autonomy represents a serious issue for a fast diffusion of this technologies. However, some of the most commonly diffused public services such as collection of garbage involve the execution of fixed route with frequent and prolonged stoppages, a profile mission that suggests the possibility to adopt charging solutions to supply additional energy to the vehicle. In this work, the potential of an inductive recharge network is investigated as a mean to improve vehicle range or - from another point of view - to reduce the size of on board accumulators, making electric vehicles available to perform a prescribed mission profile without any limitation in comparison with conventional ones.
2017
Research and Technologies for Society and Industry (RTSI), 2017 IEEE 3rd International Forum on Research and Technologies for Society and Industry (RTSI)
Research and Technologies for Society and Industry (RTSI)
Modena
11-13 Sept. 2017
Goal 9: Industry, Innovation, and Infrastructure
Reatti, Alberto; Corti, Fabio; Pugi, Luca; Berzi, Lorenzo; Barbieri, Riccardo; Delogu, Massimo; Pierini, Marco
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