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Smart Driving and Charging Can Help Reconciliate Limited Battery Size and Long-Distance Trips for Electric Vehicles Without Compromising on Trip Time

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Abstract

Rethinking electric mobility in terms of user needs, vehicle characteristics and affordability, as well as actual driving conditions is the motivation for this paper. Studies and experience have highlighted that users' range anxiety may be alleviated by intelligent technological solutions. In this work, a comprehensive investigation of several such solutions and their impact on overall trip time for longdistance journeys has been carried out. In particular, the impact of battery size, driving speed, energy consumption, as well as charging strategy (i.e. sequence of events and charging power) has been evaluated. The goal is to understand how to best influence driving operation (in terms of driving speed and charging strategy) for given physical design parameters (battery size, maximum charging power, etc.) and make long-distance trips feasible even with smaller battery capacities.
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hal-03877040 , version 1 (29-11-2022)

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Giovanni de Nunzio, Volker Döge, Ian Faye, Vittorio Ravello, Antonio Sciarretta, et al.. Smart Driving and Charging Can Help Reconciliate Limited Battery Size and Long-Distance Trips for Electric Vehicles Without Compromising on Trip Time. Transport Research Arena, Nov 2022, Lisbon, Portugal. ⟨hal-03877040⟩

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