• Transportation Research Board

      TRB 98th Annual Meeting

      January 13–17, 2019

    • Interactive Program

2019

Annual Meeting Event Detail




Poster Session 1361

Current Issues in Alternative Transportation Fuels and Technologies

Monday 3:45 PM- 5:30 PM
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Poster
Timothy Lipman, University of California, Berkeley, presiding
Sponsored by:
Standing Committee on Alternative Transportation Fuels and Technologies (ADC80)

 



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Title Presentation Number
Electric Vehicles and Automotive Brand: How Has Tesla Shaped Consumer Perceptions?
Zoe Long, Simon Fraser University
Jonn Axsen, Simon Fraser University
Inger Miller, Simon Fraser University
Christine Kormos, Simon Fraser University
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19-00417
Identifying Locations for Residential On-Street Electric Vehicle Charging Infrastructure: A Practical Methodology for Local Government Authorities
Matt Grote, University of Southampton
John Preston, University of Southampton
Tom Cherrett, University of Southampton
Neil Tuck, Southampton City Council, Civic Centre, Southampton, SO14 7LY, United Kingdom, Tel: +44-23-8083-3409; Fax: not available; Email: Neil.Tuck@southampton.gov.uk
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19-00542
Are Consumers Learning About Plug-In Vehicles?: Comparing Awareness Among Canadian New Car Buyers in 2013 and 2017
Zoe Long, Simon Fraser University
Jonn Axsen, Simon Fraser University
Christine Kormos, Simon Fraser University
Suzanne Goldberg, Simon Fraser University
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19-00611
The Long Way to an Electric Car: Observations and Interviews
Anne Faxér, RISE Research Institutes of Sweden AB
Ellen Olausson, RISE Research Institutes of Sweden AB
Tommy Fredrik Magnus Fransson, RISE Research Institutes of Sweden AB
Ana Magazinius, RISE Research Institutes of Sweden AB
Oscar Enerbäck, RISE Research Institutes of Sweden AB
Jens Hagman, KTH Royal Institute of Technology
Jenny Janhager Stier, KTH Royal Institute of Technology
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19-00623
An Efficiency-Based Approach to Biofuel Facility Location-Routing Network Design Under the Risk of Facility Disruptions
Jae-Dong Hong, South Carolina State University
Judith L Mwakalonge, South Carolina State University
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19-01173
Electric Vehicle Charging Station Locations: The Case of User Equilibrium and Elastic Demand
Yantao Huang, University of Texas, Austin
Kara Kockelman, University of Texas, Austin
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19-01265
Building a Theory of Heavy-Duty Alternative Fuel Vehicle Fleet Adoption Behaviors in California: An Initial Theoretical Framework
Youngeun Bae, University of California, Irvine
Suman Mitra, University of California, Irvine
Stephen Ritchie, University of California, Irvine
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19-01524
A Preliminary Analysis on the Commute and Non-Commute Travel Patterns and Fuel Economy for Electric Vehicles Based on Longitudial Travel Data
Yu Chen, Tongji University
Hao Li, Tongji University
Xuqi Ning, Tongji University
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19-01538
Exploring Heterogeneous Electric Vehicle Charging Behavior: Mixed Usage of Charging Infrastructure
Jae Hyun Lee, University of California, Davis
Debapriya Chakraborty, University of California, Davis
Scott Hardman, University of California, Davis
Gil Tal, University of California, Davis
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19-01820
A Network-Load Interaction Instruction Abnormal Detection Method of Electric Vehicles Networks
Qianmu Li, Nanjing University
Yinhai Wang, University of Washington
Ying Jiang, University of Washington
Jun Hou, Jiangsu Police Institute
Yong Qi, Jiangsu Intelligent Transportation systems Co.,Ltd
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19-01871
A Time Series Association State Analysis Method in Smart Internet of Electric Vehicle Charging Network Attack
Qianmu Li, Nanjing University
Yinhai Wang, University of Washington
Ziyuan Pu, University of Washington
Zichen Zhang, Jiangsu Intelligent Transportation systems Co.,Ltd
Weibin Zhang, University of Washington
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19-01872
Effects of Charging Infrastructure and Non-Electric Taxi Competition on Electric Taxi Adoption Incentives in New York City
Jaeyoung Jung, Ford Motor Company
Joseph Chow, New York University
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19-01971
Implementation of a Self-Learning, Onboard, Geo-Clustering Platform for Reducing Emissions in Drayage Operations
Parthav Desai, Volvo Group North America
Eddie Garmon, Volvo Group North America
Hoda Yarmohamadi, Zenuity
Jason Strait, Volvo Group North America
Pascal Amar, Volvo Group North America
Aravind Kailas, Volvo Group North America
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19-02100
Micro-Analysis of the Fueling Costs of Electric Vehicles in Consideration of the Range of Options Available to Electric Vehicle Users
Peter Weldon, Trinity College, Dublin
Patrick Morrissey, Trinity College, Dublin
Margaret O'Mahony, Trinity College, Dublin
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19-02150
Content Analysis of Interviews with Hydrogen Fuel Cell Drivers in Los Angeles
Oscar Lopez, Arizona State University
Rhian Stotts, Arizona State University
Scott Kelley, University of Nevada, Reno
Michael Kuby, Arizona State University
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19-02152
Investigating Contributory Factors to Adoption of Electric Vehicles: Comparison of Logistic Regression with Genetic Programming
Mohammadreza Kavianipour, Michigan State University
Sam Shojaei, Michigan State University
Iliya Miralavi, Michigan State University
Mehrnaz Ghamami, Michigan State University
Sharlissa Moore, Michigan State University
Wolfgang Banzhaf, Michigan State University
Annick Anctil, Michigan State University
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19-02286
Cost-Effectiveness Analysis of Plug-In, Hybrid Electric Vehicle Using Vehicle Usage Data Collected in Shanghai, China
Yan Xia, Southeast University
Jie Yang, Southeast University
Zhiyuan Liu, Southeast University
Jing Dong, Iowa State University
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19-02593
Comprehensive Transportation and Energy Analysis: A Price Sensitive, Time-Specific Microsimulation of Electric Vehicles
Felix Steck, Institute of Transport Research, German Aerospace Center
John Anderson, DLR - German Aerospace Center
Tobias Kuhnimhof, Institute of Transport Research, German Aerospace Center
Carsten Hoyer-Klick, Institute of Transport Research, German Aerospace Center
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19-02935
Simulation-Based Scenario Analysis on the Growth of Medium-Duty and Heavy-Duty Hydrogen Fuel Cell Vehicles and Their Refueling Infrastructure Needs in California
Guozhen Li, University of California, Davis
Joan Ogden, University of California, Davis
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19-02958
Effect of Road Level of Service on Compact Car Fuel Economy
Rami Chkaiban, University of Nevada, Reno
Elie Hajj, University of Nevada, Reno
Gary Baily, Nevada Automotive Test Center
Muluneh Sime, Nevada Automotive Test Center
Hao Xu, University of Nevada, Reno
Seyed-Farzan Kazemi, Rowan University
Peter Sebaaly, University of Nevada, Reno
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19-03143
Deeply Integrated Vehicle Dynamic and Powertrain Operation for Efficient Plug-In Hybrid Electric Bus
Peng Hao, University of California, Riverside
Kanok Boriboonsomsin, University of California, Riverside
Guoyuan Wu, University of California, Riverside
Zhiming Gao, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Tim LaClair, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Matthew Barth, University of California, Riverside
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19-03195
Calculated Choices or Quick Decisions?: Modeling the Effect of Public Charging Opportunities on Plug-In Electric Vehicle Use and Charging Choices
Yanbo Ge, University of Washington
Don MacKenzie, University of Washington
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19-03239
Characterizing Plug-In Electric Vehicle Driving and Charging Behavior: Observations from a Year-Long Data Collection Study
Seshadri Srinivasa Raghavan, University of California, Davis
Gil Tal, University of California, Davis
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19-03573
Exploring the Value of Clean Air Vehicles High Occupancy Lane Access in California
Wei Ji, University of California, Davis
Gil Tal, University of California, Davis
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19-03755
Design Power Transportation Expansion Framework with Electric Vehicle Market Penetration
Mohannad Kabli, Mississippi State University
Farjana Nur, Mississippi State University
John Usher, Mississippi State University
Mohammad Marufuzzaman, Mississippi State University
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19-03825
Network Equilibrium Model of Electric Vehicles with Stationary and Dynamic Charging Infrastructure on the Road Network
Xiasen Wang, University of Washington
Don MacKenzie, University of Washington
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19-04198
Investigating the Buyers of Electric Vehicles in California: Are We Moving Beyond Early Adopters?
Jae Hyun Lee, University of California, Davis
Scott Hardman, University of California, Davis
Gil Tal, University of California, Davis
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19-05163
Dynamic Wireless Charging Infrastructure Planning for Electric Vehicles
Sabya Mishra, University of Memphis
Huan Ngo, University of Memphis
Amit Kumar, University of Texas, San Antonio
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19-05263
Estimating Potential Demand for Long-Distance Electric Vehicle Travel in Washington State
Parastoo Jabbari, University of Washington
moein khaloei, University of Washington
Don MacKenzie, University of Washington
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19-05264
A Spatial Analysis of Commuting Trips of Electric Vehicle Drivers: The Case of Maryland
Hyeon-Shic Shin, Morgan State University
Z. Farkas, Morgan State University
Amirreza Nickkar, Morgan State University
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19-05312
Survey of Oregon Electric Vehicle Owners: Understanding Perceptions, Motivations, and Concerns
John Macarthur, Portland State University
Michael Harpool, Portland State University
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19-05393
The Effect of Substitutional Policies Against Purchase Subsidy Decrease on AFV Purchase Intention: A Case Study of Beijing, China
Tianwei Lu, Beijing Jiaotong University
Enjian Yao, Beijing Jiaotong University
Fanglei Jin, Beijing Jiaotong University
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19-05624
Evaluating Electric Vehicle User Mobility Data Using Neural Network-Based Language Models
Kevin Alvarez, North Carolina State University
Emerson Wenzel, Tufts University
Arielle Dror, Smith College
Omar Asensio, Georgia Institute of Technology (Georgia Tech)
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19-05863
Filling the Gender Gap in Electric Vehicle Markets
Kenneth Kurani, University of California, Davis
Nicolette Caperello, University of California, Davis
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19-01441