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Main Title Advanced Technology Vehicle Modeling in PERE (Physical Emission Rate Estimator).
Author Nam, E. ;
CORP Author Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC.
Publisher Mar 2004
Year Published 2004
Report Number EPA/420/D-04/002;
Stock Number PB2005-106066
Additional Subjects Motor vehicles ; Conventional vehicles ; Hybrid vehicles ; Internal combustion engines ; Fuel cell vehicles ; Sensitivity ; Modeling ; Physical Emission Rate Estimator(PERE) ; Light duty advanced technology vehicles ; Advanced technology vehicles ; MOVES
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NTIS  PB2005-106066 Most EPA libraries have a fiche copy filed under the call number shown. Check with individual libraries about paper copy. NTIS 07/12/2006
Collation 54p
This study proposes a modeling methodology for light duty advanced technology vehicles including those powered by: Advanced gasoline internal combustion engine; Advanced diesel internal combustion engines; Hybrid electric and gasoline/diesel powertrains; Hydrogen fuel cell hybrid. The model called PERE (Physical Emission Rate Estimator) is designed to support the new EPA energy and emissions inventory model, MOVES (MOtor Vehicle Emissions Simulator). PERE is a stand-alone spreadsheet, which can be run by an informed user. It outputs Pump-to-Wheel (PTW) fuel consumption rates. The purpose of PERE is to fill data gaps in MOVES and to help it extrapolate to future projections of energy and emissions. The current version of PERE will model many of the advanced technologies in MOVES and is capable of capturing more. If the user is knowledgeable of the vehicle parameters required in PERE, other technologies can be modeled that are not described in this report (e.g. series hybrids etc.). However, since PERE requires significant development time for each technology, the current version of MOVES (2004) may directly model some vehicles using modifications to existing rates (e.g. hydraulic hybrids and some alternative fuels).