Electric Vehicles

A section of Energies (ISSN 1996-1073).

Section Information

Aims and Scope

There are a number of advantages to electric vehicles (EVs) over traditional cars such as low carbon emissions, no gas required, Safe to Drive. /Energies/ Section “Electric Vehicles” aims to encourage scientists to publish their experimental and theoretical results in as much detail as possible related to electric vehicles. The main topics of the section include but are not limited to:

  • Ground vehicles
    • Electric vehicles (EVs)
    • Hybrid EVs
    • On- and off-road EVs
    • Railborne EVs
    • Space rover vehicles
  • Airborne EVs
  • Seaborne EVs
  • Electrically powered spacecraft
  • Autonomous and Connected Vehicles
  • Battery/Ultracapacitor/Fuel Cell
    • Electrochemical/material characteristics
    • Modelling and state estimation
    • Packing technology
    • Diagnosis, prognosis, and health management
    • Thermal management and safety management
    • Hardware design and verification
  • Charging technology
    • Charging strategy
    • Wireless charging
    • Topology Optimization
    • Charging network and facilities
    • Charging pile and charging station
    • Vehicle to grid, vehicle to building interactions and control
  • Energy management
    • Electrical power systems architectures and technologies;
    • Modeling and control of electric vehicles;
    • Vehicle dynamics
    • Modeling simulation and control, optimization, reliability and fault tolerance, safety critical operation;
    • Braking systems
    • Internet of vehicles
  • Electric vehicles market and policy
    • Electric vehicles economics
    • Electric vehicles financial market
    • Social behavior towards Electric vehicles
    • Environmental, emission related to Electric vehicles
  • Electric drive system and component technology
    • Power electronic systems- converters and emerging technologies;
    • Electrical air conditioning and heating systems
    • Electrical machines
    • Power converter
    • Powertrain technology
    • Steering technology

Editorial Board

Special Issues

Following special issues within this section are currently open for submissions:

Papers Published

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