Energy Transfer in Alternative Vehicles
Cieslik, Wojciech (editor)
This reprint is a collection of research that contributes to a better understanding of energy transfer related to alternative vehicles. The hybridization of power units and alternative propulsion systems are the mainly developed technology in the automotive field today. The modernization of conventional propulsion sources is justified by the increasingly stringent economic, ecological, and comfort requirements. The common link in any renewable energy source or propulsion system today is electric motors. Their correct use in propulsion offers the possibility of reducing or eliminating harmful emissions both in the form of toxic compounds and noise or unwanted vibrations. The research works were related to energy transfer in both hybrid and electric vehicles, and conversion of energy from renewable sources such as photovoltaic installations to power alternative vehicles. However, you will also find in this reprint papers that are related to modules of alternative propulsion such as drivetrain efficiency analysis, ways of energy accumulation in batteries, and influence of the charging method on the energy consumption of a vehicle during its life cycle.
Keywordsenergy consumption; real driving conditions; electric vehicle; solar panels; energy flow; renewable energy; exhaust emission; real driving emissions test; hydrogen vehicle; hybrid powertrain; vehicle charging stations; electric vehicles; energy generation; renewable energy sources; acid battery; battery operating parameters; testing and modeling; fuzzy control; grid-connected PV system; incremental conductance algorithm; linear quadratic regulator; maximum power point tracking; unity power factor; car sharing; shared mobility; sustainable transportation; fleet management; mobility management; vehicle selection; transportation engineering; multi-criteria decision analysis; ELECTRE III; MCDA; electromobility; electric vehicle charging stations; active power losses; power distribution transformers; thermal aging; reactive power; car-sharing services; e-car-sharing systems; electric car sharing; hybrid car sharing; short-term car rentals; modern mobility; sustainable transport systems; electric scooter; shared mobility systems; CO2 emission; electric light-duty vehicle; usability of an electric delivery vehicle; real energy consumption; fuel consumption optimization; energy management system; hybrid vehicle control; wireless power transmission; battery system for energy storage; compensation networks; coil design; and wireless charging system
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Publication date and placeBasel, 2023
Technology: general issues
History of engineering & technology
Transport technology & trades