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Kurczveil, T.:
Energy transfer for electric traffic.
4th International Energy Transfer for Electric Vehicles Conference E|TEV, September 2015.

Kurzfassung:

This contribution deals with the aspects of integrating new charging infrastructure into traffic. Due to the ease of its handling, the inductive energy transfer offers promising solutions for charging vehicles during their operation without additional halts as they are currently required at gas stations. The requirements for these future charging systems and their integration into traffic systems shall be outlined in regard of number of required infrastructure elements, charging power, and their optimal placement in the road network. The methodology uses microscopic traffic simulations for the analysis of road traffic and its participants.


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