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rise of elictric vehicles

by Asha Reddy Chilla

Submission date: 12-Sep-2017 10:03AM (UT C-0500)


Submission ID: 845971456
File name: f _Electric_Vehicles_and_Its_Impact_on_Fuel_Station_Managers.docx (53.95K)
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rise of elictric vehicles
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Han, Daehee, Yongjun Ahn, Sunkyu Park, and
Hwasoo Yeo. "Trajectory-interception based
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method for electric vehicle taxi charging station
problem with real taxi data", International
Journal of Sustainable Transportation, 2015.
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Kelley, Scott, and Michael Kuby. "On the way or
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