Charging Systems for Electric Vehicles
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (15 August 2023) | Viewed by 3530
Interests: electric vehicles; electric vehicles; fuel cell vehicles; powertrain concept; electronic control unit; in-vehicle communication network; energy efficiency; autonomous vehicles; computer modeling and simulation in the automotive field
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Every country in the world is currently making efforts to reduce CO2 emissions and pollutant emissions in the transport sector. A sustainable solution would be to replace classic vehicles with electric vehicles, which are totally environmentally friendly if green energy sources are used to charge them.
The complexity and diversity of future charging systems for electric vehicles evolves exponentially.
Due to the continuous expansion of electric vehicles, a real problem is the number, distribution, and diversity of charging systems for these vehicles.
Many of the potential customers for an electric vehicle are mainly thinking about where to charge their vehicles, how long the charging process is, and what the costs are of doing it. However, before using an electric vehicle for a longer trip, it will analyze if there are reliable solutions for charging the electric batteries of the vehicle on the chosen route.
The charging systems for electric vehicles are found in a wide variety of models, concepts, and technologies, different from one area to another in the world as well as from one manufacturer to another, in continuous evolution and expansion.
This Special Issue, by publishing the work and research of teams of researchers from all over the world, aims to present as many charging solutions for electric vehicles as possible, in addition to concepts and technologies that will be used both now and in the future.
Dr. Calin Iclodean
Dr. Reinhard Tatschl
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