Dezembro 2020 vol. 7 num. 2 - VI Simpósio Internacional de Inovação e Tecnologia
ELECTRIC CHARGING STATIONS SPATIAL DISTRIBUTION MODELSFOR ELECTRIFIED VEHICLES: A BRIEF REVIEW
MODELOS DE DISTRIBUIÇÃO ESPACIAL DE ESTAÇÕES DE RECARGA ELÉTRICA PARA VEÍCULOS ELETRIFICADOS: UMA BREVE REVISÃO
: Electrification in the automotive market is at full speed globally which makesthe infrastructure and distribution planning of charging stations important in order toaccommodate this growing demand. This work aimed to systematically review theliterature on electric charging stations spatial distribution models for electrifiedvehicles. Different periodicals were examined to determine the number of articlespublished on this subject as well as to list where the main researches are beingperformed in the world. As a result, the main variables, mathematical andcomputational methods used for modelling the spatial distribution proposals are listed.In conclusion, this systematic review can support the development of new electriccharging stations spatial distribution models for electrified vehicles as a summary onthe state of the art on this matter.
A eletrificação no mercado automotivo está a toda velocidade em todo o mundo, o que torna importante o planejamento de infraestrutura e distribuição das estações de recarga para acomodar essa demanda crescente. Este trabalho teve como objetivo revisar sistematicamente a literatura sobre modelos de distribuição espacial de estações de carregamento elétrico para veículos eletrificados. Diferentes periódicos foram examinados para determinar o número de artigos publicados sobre o assunto e para listar onde as principais pesquisas estão sendo realizadas no mundo. Como resultado, são listadas as principais variáveis, métodos matemáticos e computacionais usados para modelar as propostas de distribuição espacial. Em conclusão, esta revisão sistemática pode apoiar o desenvolvimento de novos modelos de distribuição espacial de estações de carregamento elétrico para veículos eletrificados como um resumo do estado da arte sobre esse assunto
Palavras-chave: Charging stations; Location; Distribution; Infrastructure; Electric vehicles,
Palavras-chave: Estações de recarga; Localização; Distribuição; Infraestrutura;Veículos elétricos.,
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Nascimento, Allison Amorim do ; Guarieiro, Lílian Lefol Nani; Neves, Sandro Guerreiro Ferreira ; "ELECTRIC CHARGING STATIONS SPATIAL DISTRIBUTION MODELSFOR ELECTRIFIED VEHICLES: A BRIEF REVIEW", p. 924-932 . In: Anais do VI Simpósio Internacional de Inovação e Tecnologia.
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