INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ELECTRIC AND HYBRID VEHICLES
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IJEHV: LAST ISSUE


2017, vol9, N°1
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Plug In Electric Vehicles in Smart Grids
Integration Techniques

Rajakaruna Sumedha, Garcia-Cerrada, A., Ghosh, Arindam


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THURSDAY 22-06-2017

Mercedes to make electric cars at its China factory with BAIC


Mercedes-Benz EQ electric car concept

It's not only electric cars: China is also now the world's largest market for luxury cars. Audi got an early foothold among party officials and high-ranking government officials, but the allure of global ... (MORE)

      
THURSDAY 22-06-2017

Optimization of High-Energy-Density Aqueous Zinc-Polyiodide Redox Flow Battery


Unlike traditional batteries, flow-based electrochemical energy storage systems separate the energy storage and power generation by storing the electro-active species in externally flowing electrolytes (i.e., the anolyte and (MORE)

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REPORTS AND STUDIES

PLUGGED-IN FLEETS: A guide to deploying electric vehicles in fleets

Flora McMorrin, Robert Anderson, Ian Feathestone, Caroline Watson

The analysis in this report demonstrates that in the right circumstances EVs can provide a clear benefit for business now. If the ‘sweet spots’ are carefully identified, financial benefits and early commercial advantage will flow.
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SCIENTIFIC PAPERS

Performance modelling and simulation of a hybrid electric scooter

Wai Kean Yap, Vishy Karri
Int. J. of Electric and Hybrid Vehicles
2009 Vol.2, No.1 pp 43-63

This paper presents a model developed on the Matlab/Simulink platform for the operation and optimisation of a scooter's hybrid powertrain. The model, which is a parallel hybrid structure, is powered by a two-stroke Internal Combustion Engine (ICE) coupled with an electric hub motor to make up the scooter's propulsion unit. The model was built and the simulation results are shown. The developed multi-mode Matlab/Simulink hybrid electric scooter model demonstrates that the petrol and energy costs are significantly reduced compared to traditional petrol and electric scooters. The costs were reduced per every 100 km compared to traditional petrol and electric scooters. Research showed that to achieve higher distances with lower petrol consumption, a hybrid scooter is more reliable. The qualitative trends showed that the multi-mode approach minimises petrol consumption by minimising the usage of the ICE. This was examined on the Standard European Driving Cycle (ECE-15) driving cycle. In this paper, it is argued that this multimode hybrid approach reduces cost compared with petrol scooters and increases the distance travelled compared with pure electric scooters.
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CONFERENCES

Advanced Automotive & Industrial Battery Conference

For 17 years the Advanced Automotive Battery Conference has attracted international thought leaders and battery technologists from major automobile makers and their suppliers to discuss key issues impacting the technology and market of advanced vehicles and the batteries that will power them. As the electric vehicle market expands amid increasing pressure from looming regulatory deadlines, the need to develop batteries with better performance and lower cost has never been stronger. AABC provides an invaluable opportunity to delve into these challenges, discuss breakthroughs and best practices, and learn from the researchers and engineers who are bringing these technologies forward to consumers.


19-22, June 2017
Marriott Marquis, San Francisco, USA.

Find out more about the event : http://www.advancedautobat.com/aabc-us/.

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THESIS

30 kW Power Boost System for Drive Trains for Electric Vehicles Based on Supercapacitor Technologies

Frode LIUM
Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Norway

In electric and fuel cell vehicles there is a need to boost the battery power during fast changes in power demand. The goal is to design, dimension and construct a power boost system for the drive trains in electric vehicles, by utilizing supercapacitor technology. The system should consist of a supercapacitor bank and a converter, and be designed for use in the new Think electric vehicle. Each part of the converter should be dimensioned according to information provided by Think Technology. The master thesis will be limited to the design, dimensioning and construction of the power boost system, while the implementation, interfacing and control of power sharing will not been dealt with.
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