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Eco-driving: An economic or ecologic driving style?

Abstract : In this work the trade-off between economic, therefore fuel saving, and ecologic, pollutant emission reducing, driving is discussed. The term eco-driving is often used to refer to a vehicle operation that minimizes energy consumption. However, for eco-driving to be environmentally friendly not only fuel consumption but also pollutant emissions should be considered. In contrast to previous studies, this paper will discuss the advantages of eco-driving with respect to improvements in fuel consumption as well as pollutant gas emissions. Simulating a conventional passenger vehicle and applying numerical trajectory optimization methods best vehicle operation for a given trip is identified. With hardware-in-the-loop testing on an engine test bench the fuel and emissions are measured. An approach to integrate pollutant emission and dynamically choose the ecologically optimal gear is proposed.
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Felicitas Mensing, Eric Bideaux, Rochdi Trigui, Julien Ribet, Bruno Jeanneret. Eco-driving: An economic or ecologic driving style?. Transportation research. Part C, Emerging technologies, Elsevier, 2014, 38, pp.110-121. ⟨10.1016/j.trc.2013.10.013⟩. ⟨hal-00989724⟩

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