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Session 522
Alternative Transportation Fuels and Technologies
Tuesday, January 14, 2014 8:30AM - 10:15AM  Signin to Reveal Location Poster Session | Practice Ready Papers Energy, Environment
Robert E. Larson, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, presiding
Sponsored By:
Alternative Transportation Fuels and Technologies (ADC80)

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 Abstracts:

TitlePresentation NumberBoard Number
Exploring Contributing Factors of Fuel Economy of Hybrid-Electric Versus Conventional Gasoline Vehicles in Real-World Conditions: Case Study in Cold Cities in Urban Quebec
Seyed Amir Hossein Zahabi, McGill University, Canada, presenter
Luis Fernando Miranda-Moreno, McGill University, Canada, presenter
Philippe Barla, Laval University, Canada, presenter
Benoit Vincent, Performance Innovation Transport, Canada, presenter
14-2206 B09
Hybrid Buses in Europe: Expectations and Experience Presented in Hybrid User Forum
Michael Glotz-Richter, Hybrid User Forum, presenter
14-1427 C01
Influence of Driving Patterns on Life-Cycle Cost and Emissions of Hybrid and Plug-in Electric Vehicle Power Trains
Orkun Karabasoglu, Carnegie Mellon University, presenter
Jeremy J. Michalek, Carnegie Mellon University, presenter
14-4269 C02
Estimating Energy Consumption Based on Microscopic Driving Parameters for Electric Vehicles
Enjian Yao, Beijing Jiaotong University, presenter
Meiying Wang, Beijing Jiaotong University, China, presenter
Yuanyuan Song, Beijing Jiaotong University, China, presenter
Yongsheng Zhang, Beijing Jiaotong University, China, presenter
14-1426** C03
Global Control Optimization of Electric Vehicles with Supercapacitor-Battery Systems over a Set of Real-World Speed and Elevation Profiles via Dynamic Programming
Orkun Karabasoglu, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, presenter
Paul Kimball, Boeing Company, presenter
Alex Styler, Carnegie Mellon University, presenter
Illah Nourbakhsh, Carnegie Mellon University, presenter
Jeremy J. Michalek, Carnegie Mellon University, presenter
14-5196 C04
Optimizing the Use of Electric Vehicles in a Regional Car-Rental Fleet
Gonçalo Homem de Almeida Correia, University of Coimbra, Portugal, presenter
Raquel Santos, University of Coimbra, Portugal, presenter
14-1420** C05
Comparative Life-Cycle Cost of Electric Vehicle Battery Exchange Versus Fast Charging Stations
Elizabeth Traut, Carnegie Mellon University, presenter
Chris T. Hendrickson, Carnegie Mellon University, presenter
Jeremy J. Michalek, Carnegie Mellon University, presenter
14-4542** C06
Pricing Workplace Charging: Financial Viability and Fueling Costs
Brett Williams, University of California, Los Angeles, presenter
14-1137** C07
Hybrid Choice Modeling Allowing for Reference-Dependent Preferences: Estimation and Validation for the Case of Alternative-Fuel Vehicles
Stefan Mabit, DTU Transport, Denmark, presenter
Elisabetta Cherchi, Technical University of Denmark, presenter
Anders Fjendbo Jensen, Technical University of Denmark, presenter
Jørgen Jordal-Jørgensen, COWI A/S, Denmark, presenter
14-0705 C08
Stochastic Modeling of Battery Electric Vehicle Driver Behavior: The Impact of Charging Infrastructure Deployment on BEV Feasibility
Jing Dong, Iowa State University, presenter
Zhenhong Lin, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, presenter
14-5107 C09
Dynamic Planning of Facility Locations with Benefits from Co-location of Multitype Facilities
Weijun Xie, Georgia Institute of Technology, presenter
Yanfeng Ouyang, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, presenter
14-0269 C10
Modeling the Impact of High-Occupancy-Vehicle Lane Access on the Plug-in Electric Vehicle Market
Zhenhong Lin, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, presenter
Jonathan Ford, SRA International, Inc, presenter
14-4495 C11
Optimal Biofuel Supply Chain Design Under Consumption Mandates with Renewable Identification Numbers
Xiaolei Wang, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, presenter
Yanfeng Ouyang, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, presenter
Hai Yang, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, presenter
Yun Bai, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, presenter
14-0272 C12
DYNAMIC CONSUMER HETEROGENEITY MODEL FOR ELECTRIC VEHICLE ADOPTION
Marija Bockarjova, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, Netherlands, presenter
14-1579** D02
Evaluating Location Alternatives for Electric Vehicle Recharging Infrastructure Using a Distance-Constrained Equilibrium Assignment Model
Nan Chen, University of New South Wales, presenter
Lauren Gardner, University of New South Wales, Australia, presenter
Melissa Duell, University of New South Wales, Australia, presenter
S. Travis Waller, University of New South Wales, Australia, presenter
14-1840 D04
Pilot Study to Assess Consumer Preference and Induced Demand for Hybrid Vehicles Using Structural Equation Model
Erdong Chen, Purdue University, presenter
Kumares C. Sinha, Purdue University, presenter
14-2053 D06
Transportation Inefficiencies, Economic Distortion, and Emissions Implications Under an Oligopoly Cellulosic Biofuel Supply Chain
Yongxi Huang, Clemson University, presenter
Yihsu Chen, University of California, Merced, presenter
14-2070** D08
Cost-Benefit Analysis of Vehicle-to-Grid-Capable Electric School Bus Compared with Traditional Diesel School Bus
Lance Noel, University of Delaware, presenter
Regina McCormack, University of Delaware, presenter
14-2155 D10
Measuring the Inconvenience of Operating an Alternative Fuel Vehicle
Jee Eun Kang, State University of New York, Buffalo, presenter
Will Recker, University of California, Irvine, presenter
14-2239 D12
Planning Plug-in Electric Vehicle Charging Infrastructure in City Centers
Mehrnaz Ghamami, Northwestern University, presenter
Yu Nie, Northwestern University, presenter
Ali Zockaie Kheiraie, Northwestern University, presenter
14-3831 E01
Norwegian Electric Vehicle Market: Technological Innovation Systems Analysis
Sydney Alison Vergis, University of California, Davis, presenter
14-2874** E02
Hybrid Choice Modeling of Alternative-Fuel Vehicles in Colombian Cities Including Second-Order Structural Equations
Jose Soto, Universidad del Norte, Colombia, presenter
Victor Manuel Cantillo, Universidad del Norte, Colombia, presenter
Julian Arellana, Universidad del Norte, Colombia, presenter
14-4545 E03
Beyond Early Adopters of Plug-in Electric Vehicles: Evidence from Fleet and Household Users in Indianapolis
Bradley W. Lane, University of Kansas, presenter
Colin P. Sherman, University of Texas, El Paso, presenter
Jon Sperl, Indiana University, presenter
Rachel M. Krause, University of Kansas, presenter
Sanya Carley, Indiana University, presenter
John D. Graham, Indiana University, presenter
14-3290** E04
Fuel Economy Benefit of Hybrid-Electric Light-Duty Vehicle Across Real-World Operating Modes
Karen M. Sentoff, University of Vermont, presenter
Britt A. Holmen, University of Vermont, presenter
14-4583 E05
An Assessment of Level 1 and Level 2 Electric Vehicle Charging Efficiency
Justine Sears, Vermont Energy Investment Corporation, presenter
Evan Forward, Vermont Energy Investment Corporation, presenter
Eric Mallia, FleetCarma, Canada, presenter
David Roberts, Vermont Energy Investment Corporation, presenter
Karen Glitman, Vermont Energy Investment Corporation, presenter
14-3330** E06
Optimization Model for Efficient Allocation of Electric Vehicle Charging Stations: Application to Dense Urban Network
Fouad Baouche, French Institute of Science and Technology for Transport, Development and Networks, presenter
Romain Billot, French Institute of Science and Technology for Transport, Development and Networks, presenter
Rochdi Trigui, French Institute of Science and Technology for Transport, Development and Networks, presenter
Nour-Eddin El Faouzi, French Institute of Science and Technology for Transport, Development and Networks, presenter
14-3526 E08
User Equilibrium-Based Location Model of Rapid Charging Stations for Electric Vehicles with Batteries That Have Different States of Charge
Yong-Gwan Lee, Seoul National University, South Korea, presenter
Hyo-Seung Kim, Seoul National University, South Korea, presenter
Seung-Young Kho, Seoul National University, South Korea, presenter
Chungwon Lee, Seoul National University, South Korea, presenter
14-3809** E10
Can Drivers of Plug-in Electric Vehicles Be Prompted to Charge Off-peak?
Kenneth S. Kurani, University of California, Davis, presenter
Jennifer TyreeHageman, University of California, Davis, presenter
Nicolette Caperello, University of California, Davis, presenter
14-1293** H09
Daytime Charging: What Is the Hierarchy of Opportunities and Customer Needs? Case Study Based on Atlanta Commute Data
Danilo J. Santini, Argonne National Laboratory, presenter
Yan Zhou, Argonne National Laboratory, presenter
Vetri Venthan Elango, Georgia Institute of Technology, presenter
Yanzhi Xu, Georgia Institute of Technology, presenter
Randall Guensler, Georgia Institute of Technology, presenter
14-5337** H19