2017 IEEE Transportation Electrification Conference and Expo, Asia-Pacific (ITEC Asia-Pacific) 2017
DOI: 10.1109/itec-ap.2017.8080781
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“…Finally, it must be noted that the presented values are only valid for the missions defined, input data provided, and vehicle models used. However, the methodology of determining the optimum fleet is generally applicable for repetitive transportation assignments and may be modified to include more vehicle-and transportation-design variables; for instance, type of gearbox, location of articulation point(s), inclusion of dynamic charging [65], more options of loading-unloading and charging strategy. A penalty cost of 50% on operational cost was considered for number of trips more than four, (left); No-penalty, (right).…”
Section: Discussion and Remarksmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Finally, it must be noted that the presented values are only valid for the missions defined, input data provided, and vehicle models used. However, the methodology of determining the optimum fleet is generally applicable for repetitive transportation assignments and may be modified to include more vehicle-and transportation-design variables; for instance, type of gearbox, location of articulation point(s), inclusion of dynamic charging [65], more options of loading-unloading and charging strategy. A penalty cost of 50% on operational cost was considered for number of trips more than four, (left); No-penalty, (right).…”
Section: Discussion and Remarksmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…However, some of the proposed technical implementations of conductive ERS feature a power supply that is not purely DC. In the Elways solution, the reported power supply is a bipolar AC (two sinusoidal waves of the same amplitude and frequency, phase shifted 180 degrees) [8,9], while in the Elonroad solution, the vehicle is connected to short segments that, as the vehicle moves, are alternatively connected to an unregulated DC voltage level (typically 600 V) or earth, resulting in a square-wave voltage signal at the pick-ups. The pick-ups provide at least three contact points reaching three consecutive power segments of 1 m each, every second of which is always at a near-zero voltage, while the rest are commutated between +600 V and zero [8,9].…”
Section: Methodsmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…In the Elways solution, the reported power supply is a bipolar AC (two sinusoidal waves of the same amplitude and frequency, phase shifted 180 degrees) [8,9], while in the Elonroad solution, the vehicle is connected to short segments that, as the vehicle moves, are alternatively connected to an unregulated DC voltage level (typically 600 V) or earth, resulting in a square-wave voltage signal at the pick-ups. The pick-ups provide at least three contact points reaching three consecutive power segments of 1 m each, every second of which is always at a near-zero voltage, while the rest are commutated between +600 V and zero [8,9]. Mostly because of the parasitic capacitances in the system, some of this square-wave voltage (at the input to the rectifier) is coupled to the vehicle chassis and body, which could potentially affect the performance of any chassis potential-monitoring device used.…”
Section: Methodsmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…The study presented in [24] investigated how the relative coverage of dynamic energy supply and its maximum power transfer capability affect the driving range of a vehicle; however, the energy transfer method is inductive and little concern is given to the on-board part of the charging system. A summary of conductive dynamic charging systems that are under development is presented in [25]; however, it does not provide a system-level approach in conjunction with the vehicles operating the conductive electric road. References [13,14] present a validated method of transferring high power levels through a conductive dynamic charging solution, but do not discuss alternative ETSs on-board the vehicle, and thus not how these would impact the energy consumption or battery degradation.…”
Section: Related Work and Contributionsmentioning
confidence: 99%