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Development of Optimized Driving Model for decreasing Fuel Consumption in the Longitudinal Highway Section
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Development of Optimized Driving Model for decreasing Fuel Consumption in the Longitudinal Highway Section
Choi, Ji-eun; Bae, Sang-hoon;
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 Abstract
The Korea ministry of land, infrastructure and transport set the goal of cutting greenhouse gas emissions from the transport sector by 34.3% relative to the business as usual scenario by 2020. In order to achieve this goal, support is being given to education and information regarding eco-driving. As a practical measure, however, a vehicle control strategy for decreasing fuel consumptions and emissions is necessary. Therefore, this paper presents an optimized driving model in order to decrease fuel consumption. Scenarios were established by driving mode. The speed profile for each scenario applied to Comprehensive Modal Emission Model and then each fuel consumption was estimated. Scenarios and speed variation with the least fuel consumption were derived by comparing the fuel consumptions of scenarios. The optimized driving model was developed by the derived the results. The speed profiles of general driver were collected by field test. The speed profile of the developed model and the speed profile of general driver were compared and then fuel consumptions for each speed profile were analyzed. The fuel consumptions for optimized driving were decreased by an average of 11.8%.
 Keywords
Greenhouse gas emission;Fuel consumption;Eco-driving;Road topography;Optimized driving strategy;
 Language
Korean
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