Ambient Condition Distributions Versus Vehicle Miles Traveled by Light-Duty Vehicles
Data files contain nationally-representative summaries of the ambient conditions experienced by light-duty vehicles within the United States on a per-mile traveled basis. Distributions are included for ambient temperature, relative humidity, solar irradiation, and air density. These distributions are calculated by incorporating when vehicles are typically driven by time of day and where vehicles are typically driven spatially (primarily in urban centers).
- Originated 09/28/2019 by National Renewable Energy Laboratory.
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KeywordsNREL energy light-duty vehicle representative temperature solar irradiation humidity air density energy consumption fuel economy real-world ambient conditions
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- Jason Lustbader, National Renewable Energy Laboratory, ORCID iD: 0000-0002-5425-3594
- Eric Wood, National Renewable Energy Laboratory, ORCID iD: 0000-0002-9177-1104
Cite this dataset:
Lustbader, Jason; Wood, Eric (2019): Ambient Condition Distributions Versus Vehicle Miles Traveled by Light-Duty Vehicles. National Renewable Energy Laboratory. https://data.nrel.gov/submissions/119
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