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Ntziachristos, L. (author), Papadimitriou, G. (author), Ligterink, N. (author), Hausberger, S. (author)
Diesel NOx emissions have been at the forefront of research and regulation scrutiny as a result of failures of late vehicle technologies to deliver on-road emissions reductions. The current study aims at identifying the actual emissions levels of late light duty vehicle technologies, including Euro 5 and Euro 6 ones. Mean NOx emission factor...
article 2016
Woldeab, Z. (author), Vreeswijk, J. (author), Bie, J. (author)
Ramp meters successfully decrease congestion but leave a burden on the traffic situation at on-ramps. Chaotic queuing leads to many stop-and-go movements and causes inefficiency where fuel consumption is concerned. As part of the eCoMove project, complementary strategies are being designed and evaluated to reduce fuel consumption at metered on...
conference paper 2013
Smit, R. (author), Smokers, R.T.M. (author), Rabé, E.L.M. (author)
The objective of VERSIT+ LD is to predict traffic stream emissions for light-duty vehicles in any particular traffic situation. With respect to hot running emissions, VERSIT+ LD consists of a set of statistical models for detailed vehicle categories that have been constructed using multiple linear regression analysis. The aim is to find...
article 2007