Elsevier, Transportation Research Part D: Transport and Environment, Volume 92, March 2021
Eco-driving-based cooperative adaptive cruise control of connected vehicles platoon at signalized intersections
Vehicle driving patterns greatly impact the sustainability of the transportation system. Based on V2X communication, the ecological cooperative adaptive cruise control (Eco-CACC) is proposed combing the advantages of eco-driving and car-following to minimize the energy consumption of the connected automated vehicles platoon. Herein, the vehicle platoon behavior in the scenario of driving through a signalized intersection exhibits great benefits for sustainability which is even improved along corridors with more traffic lights.
Elsevier, Sustainable Cities and Society, Volume 29, 1 February 2017
Planning for infrastructure capacity expansion of urban water supply portfolios with an integrated simulation-optimization approach
The expansion and operation of water supply systems under growing demands, hydrologic variability, and water scarcity requires strategic decisions on supply sources for reducing and improving reliability and flexibility. The design and operation of such supply portfolio merits decisions of what and when to expand, and how much of each source to use considering interest rates, economies of scale and hydrologic variability.