Development of a Vehicle Driving Cycle in a Military Operational Area Based on the Driving Pattern
군 운용 지역에서 차량의 주행 패턴에 따른 주행모드 개발

Nak-Won Choi, Dong-Sik Han, Seung-Wan Cho, Sung-Lai Cho, Jin-Saeng Yang, Kwang-Suk Kim, Young-June Chang, Chung-Hwan Jeon
2012 Transactions of Korean Society of Automotive Engineers  
Most of a driving cycle is used to measure fuel consumption (FC) and emissions for a specified vehicle. A driving cycle was reflected geography and traffic characteristics for each country, also, driving pattern is affected these parameters such as vehicle dynamics, FC and emissions. Therefore, this study is an attempt to develop a driving cycle for military operational area. The proposed methodology the driving cycle using micro-trips extracted from real-world data. The methodology is that the
more » ... driving cycle is constructed considering important parameters to be affected FC. Therefore, this approach is expected to be a better representation of heterogeneous traffic behavior. The driving cycle for the military operational area is constructed using the proposed methodology and is compared with real-world driving data. The running time and total distance of the final cycle is 1461 s, 13.10 km. The average velocity is 32.25 km/h and average grade is 0.43%. The Fuel economy in the final cycle is 5.93 km/l, as opposed to 6.10 km/l for real-world driving. There were about 3% differences in driving pattern between the final driving cycle and real-world driving.
doi:10.7467/ksae.2012.20.4.060 fatcat:722sdunrjfbizj27arh4nueswm