Determining the set of representative variables of real-world driving cycle of bus: a case study of Hanoi

  • Yen-Lien T. Nguyen

    Faculty ofTransport Safety and Environment, University of Transport and Communications, No 3 Cau Giay Street, Hanoi, Vietnam
Từ khóa: Driving characteristics, driving cycle, HAC, VSP, Hanoi, bus

Tóm tắt

This paper analysed the real-world driving data to determine the representative parameters of driving cycle for the purpose of the typical driving cycle development of bus in Hanoi. The real-world driving data of bus in Hanoi were collected by using the Global positioning system technique with 1Hz data update rate. The real-world driving data of fifteen bus routes in the inner city were collected continuously, on weekdays as well as at weekends. The data, then, were used to calculate 33 kinematics parameters reflecting the realistic driving characteristics, including vehicle-specific power. The hierarchical agglomerative clustering method was used to determine a minimal set of representative variables from the 33 kinematics parameters. The 14 representative parameters of the real-world driving cycle of bus in Hanoi were determined.

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