Connected efficiency – A paradigm to evaluate energy efficiency in tactical vehicle-environments

Resource type
Conference
Author(s)
Kramer, Jochen and Hillenbrand, Martin and Sax Eric and Müller-Glaser Klaus D.
Year
2016
Pages
1451-1463
Month
März
Publisher
Springer Viewig
Address
Stuttgart
Book title
16. Internationales Stuttgarter Symposium, Proceedings
Editor
Bargende, Michael and Reuss, Hans-Christian and Wiedemann Jochen
Abstract
As traffic density is increasing, determination and optimization of energy consumption of vehicles can no longer be considered in isolation to their reactive environment. Optimization of energy efficiency is a connected issue of considering interactions between vehicles in their tactical vehicle-environment. In this paper we present a definition of tactical vehicle-environment on multilane roads and introduce the term connected efficiency. The connected efficiency facilitates the quantification of energy efficiency across several vehicles. The utilization of connected efficiency is shown in a simulated highway scenario.
DOI
10.1007/978-3-658-13255-2_107
Research focus
Safe and Intelligent Vehicles
Project
EnopTraFlow
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