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Potential Solutions for Electric Vehicles in Bus and Delivery Traffic

  title={Potential Solutions for Electric Vehicles in Bus and Delivery Traffic},
  author={Leonardo L. Sta. Romana},
The exploration of the reverse salient of electric vehicle systems for urban mobility
Electrification transportation for urban mobility is a hot topic around the world. Many types of electric vehicles could be employed for urban mobility, but both the EVs’ adoption rate and the
Blending control of the trolleybus traction and brake drives to enhance the braking efficiency of a vehicle
The availability of proposed control algorithm is confirmed, which secures the required braking efficiency and provides a high braking stability of the vehicle and the developed mathematical model was developed for this purpose.


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