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The impact study on fuel economy of electric vehicle according to the test mode characteristics
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The impact study on fuel economy of electric vehicle according to the test mode characteristics
Noh, Kyeong-Ha; Lim, Jae-Hyuk; Kim, Sung-Woo; Kim, Ki-ho; Ha, Jong-Han; Oh, Sang-Gi;
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With rising fuel costs and the depletion of fossil fuels, electric vehicles of high efficiency has been increasing interest. although high-performance battery continually is developing, Electric vehicles is not satisfied with the characteristics of the environment. In this study, By using the current fuel economy testing methods(5-cycle test), until the fully discharged battery electric vehicles is evaluated for a variety of environmental and operating conditions. As a result, Electric vehicles showed a low energy consumption efficiency in low temperature and rapid acceleration, deceleration in the operating environment compared with normal temperature.
Electric vehicle;Fuel economy;5-cycle;Energy efficiency;Operating condition;
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