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Citation Information : Transport Problems. Volume 13, Issue 3, Pages 151-161, DOI: https://doi.org/10.20858/tp.2018.13.3.14
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Published Online: 03-October-2018
This report introduces the study results of a Citroen Berlingo converted into an electric car. It presents the energy properties of road and laboratory tests. Initially the structure of the converted car is described, and characteristics of the main car elements are given. Then, the power and energy characteristics of the converted car are obtained and analyzed. On the road, energy consumption at different constant speeds is registered. In addition, at laboratory, the energy consumption during the Special Cycle for Electric Vehicles and Driving Cycle ECE-15 has been obtained. A comparison of the energy consumption of the studied car and serial BEV was done, and it shows good energy efficiency of the converted car during the driving cycles
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