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Traffic models from a velocity point of view and implementation of traffic conditions in excess fuel consumption estimates

@inproceedings{Bain2015TrafficMF,
  title={Traffic models from a velocity point of view and implementation of traffic conditions in excess fuel consumption estimates},
  author={Nicolas Bain},
  year={2015}
}
  • Nicolas Bain
  • Published 2015
  • Engineering
  • The estimation of excess fuel consumption due to pavement - vehicle interactions (PVI) is receiving an increasing amount of attention, for it has major economic and ecological implications for the design and maintenance of road networks. As any dissipative mechanisms, the ones we find in the interaction of the pavement and the vehicles are highly dependent on the velocity of the agents in the system, hence the travelling speed of the vehicles. In this work, we propose a coupling of mechanistic… CONTINUE READING

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