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Modeling of diverse mechanical and electrical losses in vehicles

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Vehicles of today get a better efficiency of their drive-train. This means that the aerodynamic drag, the tire losses and auxiliary equipment have an increasing influence on the resulting consumption of the vehicle. For example, the rolling resistance and the drag force are not constants but temperature dependent. Effects of wind, rain and altitude change are also evaluated. Such factors are not included in typical driving cycle tests, but are important for the real consumption of the vehicles. At the actual slow speeds in and around the cities, one of the main influence factors is the weight of the vehicle and the electricity consumption of auxiliaries. The point of view is useful as well for electric, conventional and hybrid vehicles.
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mileage, rolling resistance, range, fuel consumption, temperature, coefficient, tire, drag

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Van den Bossche, Alex. 2014. “Modeling of Diverse Mechanical and Electrical Losses in Vehicles.” In International Conference on Electro-Energy, Abstracts, ed. Salim Haddad, 10–10. Skikda, Algeria: Skikda University Faculty ofr Engineering.
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Van den Bossche, Alex. (2014). Modeling of diverse mechanical and electrical losses in vehicles. In S. Haddad (Ed.), International Conference on Electro-Energy, Abstracts (pp. 10–10). Presented at the International Conference on Electro-Energy (ICEE - 2014), Skikda, Algeria: Skikda University Faculty ofr Engineering.
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Van den Bossche A. Modeling of diverse mechanical and electrical losses in vehicles. In: Haddad S, editor. International Conference on Electro-Energy, Abstracts. Skikda, Algeria: Skikda University Faculty ofr Engineering; 2014. p. 10–10.
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Van den Bossche, Alex. “Modeling of Diverse Mechanical and Electrical Losses in Vehicles.” International Conference on Electro-Energy, Abstracts. Ed. Salim Haddad. Skikda, Algeria: Skikda University Faculty ofr Engineering, 2014. 10–10. Print.
@inproceedings{5755668,
  abstract     = {Vehicles of today get a better efficiency of their drive-train. This means that the aerodynamic drag, the tire losses and auxiliary equipment have an increasing influence on the resulting consumption of the vehicle. For example, the rolling resistance and the drag force are not constants but temperature dependent. Effects of wind, rain and altitude change are also evaluated. Such factors are not included in typical driving cycle tests, but are important for the real consumption of the vehicles. At the actual slow speeds in and around the cities, one of the main influence factors is the weight of the vehicle and the electricity consumption of auxiliaries. The point of view is useful as well for electric, conventional and hybrid vehicles.},
  author       = {Van den Bossche, Alex},
  booktitle    = {International Conference on Electro-Energy, Abstracts},
  editor       = {Haddad, Salim},
  keyword      = {mileage,rolling resistance,range,fuel consumption,temperature,coefficient,tire,drag},
  language     = {eng},
  location     = {Skikda Algeria},
  pages        = {10--10},
  publisher    = {Skikda University Faculty ofr Engineering},
  title        = {Modeling of diverse mechanical and electrical losses in vehicles},
  year         = {2014},
}