Publications-Vehicle Electrification Group - Carnegie Mellon University

Peer-Reviewed Journal Publications

2017

  1. Sakti, A., I.M.L. Azevedo, E.R.H. Fuchs, J.J. Michalek, K.G. Gallagher and J.F. Whitacre (2017) "Consistency and robustness of forecasting for emerging technologies: the case of Li-ion batteries for electric vehicles," Energy Policy v106 p415-426.
  2. Helveston, J., E. Feit and J.J. Michalek (2017) "Pooling stated and revealed preferences in the presence of endogeneity," in review.
  3. Jenn, A., I.L. Azevedo and J.J. Michalek (2017) "U.S. alternative-fuel-vehicle policy interactions increase greenhouse gas emissions," in review.
  4. Jenn, A., I.L. Azevedo and J.J. Michalek (2017) "Understanding the effect of policy designs on the future light-duty vehicle fleet," working paper.
  5. Mashayekh, Y., J.J. Michalek, C. Hendrickson and C. Samaras (2017) "Partial automation of light-duty vehicles yields energy benefits," working paper.
  6. Seki, S., I. Azevedo, W.M. Griffin and J.J. Michalek (2017) "Potential for cost effective ethanol fuels from natural gas: case study of Pennsylvania," working paper.
  7. Tong, F., I. Azevedo, J.J. Michalek and W.M. Griffin (2017) "Clean hydrogen supply? A review of hydrogen production pathways and use applications," working paper.
  8. Traut, E., J.J. Michalek and C. Hendrickson (2017) “Comparative effects of fast charging vs. battery exchange on life cycle cost and GHG emissions of plug-in vehicles,” working paper.
  9. Ward. J., J.J. Michalek, I. Azevedo, and C. Samaras (2017) "Effect of shared mobility services on vehicle ownership and travel patterns in the United States," working paper.
  10. Yip, A., J.J. Michalek and K. Whitefoot (2017) "Implications of choice set aggregation in vehicle choice models on prediction and policy," working paper.
  11. Yuksel, T. and J.J. Michalek (2017) "Optimization of Li-ion batteries for vehicle electrification," working paper.

2016

  1. Haaf, C.G., W.R. Morrow, I. Azevedo, E. Feit and J.J. Michalek (2016) "Forecasting light-duty vehicle demand using alternative-specific constants for endogeneity correction versus calibration," Transportation Research Part B: Methodology, v84 p182-210.
  2. Jenn, A., I.L. Azevedo and J.J. Michalek (2016) "Alternative fuel vehicle adoption increases fleet gasoline consumption and greenhouse gas emissions under United States corporate average fuel economy policy and greenhouse gas emissions standards," Environmental Science & Technology, v50 n5 p.2165-2174.
  3. Weis, A., P. Jaramillo and J.J. Michalek (2016) "Consequential life cycle air emissions externalities for plug-in electric vehicles in the PJM interconnection," Environmental Research Letters, v11 n2 024009.
  4. Yuksel, T., M. Tamayao, C. Hendrickson, I. Azevedo and J.J. Michalek (2016) "Effect of regional grid mix, driving patterns and climate on the comparative carbon footprint of electric and gasoline vehicles," Environmental Research Letters, v11 n4 044007.
  5. Yuksel, T., S. Litster, V. Viswanathan, and J.J. Michalek (2016) "Plug-in hybrid electric vehicle LiFePO4 battery life implications of thermal management, driving conditions, and regional climate" Journal of Power Sources, v338 n15 p49-64.

2015

  1. Helveston, J.P., Y. Liu, E. Feit, E. Fuchs, E. Klampfl, and J.J. Michalek (2015) "Will subsidies drive electric vehicle adoption? Measuring consumer preferences in the U.S. and China," Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice v73 p96-112.
  2. Sakti, A., J.J. Michalek, E.R.H. Fuchs, and J.F. Whitacre (2015) "A techno-economic analysis and optimization of Li-ion batteries for light-duty passenger vehicle electrification," Journal of Power Sources v273 p966-980.
  3. Tamayao, M., J.J. Michalek, C. Hendrickson and I. Azevedo (2015) "Regional variability and uncertainty of electric vehicle life cycle CO2 emissions across the United States," Environmental Science & Technology, v49 n14 p8844-8855.
  4. Weis, A., J.J Michalek, P. Jaramillo and R. Lueken (2015) "Emissions and cost implications of controlled electric vehicle charging in the US PJM interconnection," Environmental Science & Technology, v49 n9 p5813-5819.
  5. Yuksel, T. and J.J. Michalek (2015) "Effects of regional temperature on electric vehicle efficiency, range, and emissions in the United States," Environmental Science & Technology, v49 n6 p3974-3980.

2014

  1. Haaf, C.G., J.J. Michalek, W.R. Morrow, and Y. Liu (2014) "Sensitivity of vehicle market share predictions to discrete choice model specification," ASME Journal of Mechanical Design v136 121402 p1-9.
  2. Weis, A., P. Jaramillo and J.J. Michalek (2014) “Estimating the potential of controlled plug-in hybrid electric vehicle charging to reduce operational and capacity expansion costs for electric power systems with high wind penetration,” Applied Energy v115 p190-204.

2013

  1. Karabasoglu, O. and J.J. Michalek (2013) "Influence of driving patterns on lifetime cost and life cycle emissions of hybrid and plug-in electric vehicle powertrains," Energy Policy, v60 p445-461.
  2. Peterson, S. and J.J. Michalek (2013) “Cost effectiveness of plug-in hybrid electric vehicle battery capacity and charging infrastructure investment for reducing US gasoline consumption,” Energy Policy, v52 p429-438.
  3. Sakti, A., J.J. Michalek, S-E Chun and J.F. Whitacre (2013) “A validation study of lithium-ion cell constant C-rate discharge simulation with Battery Design Studio©,” International Journal of Energy Research, v37 n12 p1562-1568.
  4. Traut, E., C. Cherng, C. Hendrickson, and J.J. Michalek (2013) "U.S. residential charging potential for electric vehicles," Transportation Research Part D v25 p139-145.

2012

  1. Mashayekh, Y., Jaramillo, P., Samaras, C., Hendrickson, C.T., Blackhurst, M., MacLean, H.L., Matthews, H.S., (2012) "Potentials for Sustainable Transportation in Cities to Alleviate Climate Change Impacts," Environmental Science and Technology. 46(5) 2529-2537.
  2. Traut, E.J., C.T. Hendrickson, E. Klampfl, Y. Liu, and J.J. Michalek (2012) "Optimal design and allocation of electrified vehicles and dedicated charging infrastructure for minimum life cycle greenhouse gas emissions and cost," Energy Policy, v51 pp 524-534.

2011

  1. Hashambhoy, A., and J.F. Whitacre (2011) "Li diffusivity and Phase Change in LiFe0.5Mn0.5PO4: a Comparative Study Using Galvanostatic Intermittent Titration and Cyclic Voltammetry", Journal of the Electrochemical Society, accepted, 158 A390.
  2. Michalek, J.J., M. Chester, P. Jaramillo, C. Samaras, C.S. Shiau, and L. Lave (2011) “Valuation of plug-in vehicle life cycle air emissions and oil displacement benefitsProceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, v108 n40 p16554-16558.
  3. Peterson, S., J. Whitacre and J. Apt (2011) "Net air emissions from electric vehicles: the effect of carbon price and charging strategies," Environmental Science and Technology, v45 n5 pp1792-1797.
  4. Shiau, C.-S. and J.J. Michalek (2011) “Global optimization of plug-in hybrid vehicle design and allocation to minimize life cycle greenhouse gas emissions,” ASME Journal of Mechanical Design, v133 n8 p084502 1-6.

2010

  1. Peterson, S., J. Apt and J. Whitacre (2010) “Lithium-ion battery cell degradation resulting from realistic vehicle and vehicle-to-grid utilization,” J. of Power Sources, v195 p2385-2392.
  2. Peterson, S., J. Whitacre and J. Apt (2010) “The economics of using PHEV battery packs for grid storage,” Journal of Power Sources, v195 p2377-2384.
  3. Shiau, C-S, N. Kaushal, C.T. Hendrickson, S. Peterson, J. Whitacre and J.J. Michalek (2010) “Optimal plug-in hybrid electric vehicle design and allocation for minimum life cycle cost, greenhouse gas emissions and petroleum consumption,” ASME Journal of Mechanical Design, Special Issue on Sustainability, v132 n9 p091013 1-11.
  4. Weber, C., Jaramillo, P., Marriott, J., Samaras, C. (2010) "Life Cycle Assessment of Grid Electricity: What do we know and what can we know?" Environmental Science and Technology, 44(6) 1895-1901.

2009

  1. Jaramillo, P., Samaras, C., Wakeley, H., Meisterling, K. (2009) "Greenhouse gas implications of using coal for transportation: Life cycle assessment of coal-to-liquids, plug-in hybrid, and hydrogen pathways." Energy Policy, 37(7) 2689-2695.
  2. Shiau, C.-S., C. Samaras, R. Hauffe and J.J. Michalek (2009) “Impact of battery weight and charging patterns on the economic and environmental benefits of plug-in hybrid vehicles,” Energy Policy v37 p2653-2663.
  3. Shiau, C.-S., J.J. Michalek, and C.T. Hendrickson (2009) “A structural analysis of vehicle design responses to corporate average fuel economy policy,” Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice, v43 p814-828.

2008

  1. Samaras, C. and K. Meisterling (2008) “Life cycle assessment of greenhouse gas emissions from plug-in hybrid vehicles: implications for policy,” Environmental Science and Technology, 42(9) 3170-3176.


Policy Briefs

  1. Michalek, J.J., M. Chester, P. Jaramillo, and C. Samaras, Air Emissions and Oil Displacement Benefits from Plug-in Vehicles, policy brief, Carnegie Mellon University, September 2011.
  2. Constantine Samaras, Jay Apt, Inês L. Azevedo, Lester B. Lave, M. Granger Morgan and Edward S. Rubin, Cap and Trade is Not Enough: Improving U.S. Climate Policy, March 2009
  3. Michalek, J.J., and C. Samaras, Economic, Environmental and Security Implications of Plug-in Vehicles, April 2009

Book Chapters

  1. Patwardhan, A., T. Foran, R. Raven, C. Samaras, A. Smith, G. Verbong, R. Walawalkar, I. Azevedo, M. Patankar, and A. Rao. 2012. “Transitions in Energy Systems”. In Global Energy Assessment: Toward a Sustainable Future. L. Gomez-Echeverri, T.B. Johansson, N.
    Nakicenovic, A. Patwardhan, (eds.), IIASA, Laxenburg, Austria and Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, United Kingdom and New York, NY, USA.

Magazine Article

  1. Michalek, J.J., M. Chester and C. Samaras (2012) "Getting the most out of electric vehicle subsidies," Issues in Science and Technology, Summer 2012.


Theses

  1. Tugce Yuksel (2015) Quantification of Temperature Implications and Investigation of Battery Design Options for Electrified Vehicles, Department of Mechanical Engineering, Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, PA.
  2. Allison Weis (2015) Electric Vehicles and the Grid: Interactions and Environmental and Health Impacts, Department of Engineering and Public Policy, Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, PA.
  3. C. Grace Haaf (2014) Vehicle Demand Forecasting with Discrete Choice Models: 2 Logit 2 Quit, Department of Mechanical Engineering, Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, PA.
  4. Alan Jenn (2014) Advanced and Alternative Fuel Vehicle Policies: Regulations and Incentives in the United States, Department of Engineering and Public Policy, Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, PA.
  5. Mili-Ann Maguigad Tamayao (2014) Urbanization and Vehicle Electrification in the U.S.: CO2 Emissions Estimation and Implications for Climate Policy, Department of Engineering and Public Policy, Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, PA.
  6. Orkun Karabasoglu (2013) Influence of Driving Patterns and Optimal Robust Powertrain Combined Design and Control on Plug-in Vehicle Cost, Life Cycle Emissions, Component Sizing, and Battery Stress, Department of Mechanical Engineering, Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, PA.
  7. Traut, E. (2013) Life Cycle Cost and Environmental Implications of U.S. Electric Vehicle and Charging Infrastructure Scenarios, Department of Mechanical Engineering, Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, PA.
  8. Peterson, S. (2012) Plug-in Hybrid Electric Vehicles: Battery Degradation, Grid Support, Emissions, and Battery Size Tradeoffs, Engineering and Public Policy, Department of Engineering and Public Policy, Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, PA.
  9. Shiau, N. (2010) Design Decision Making for Market Systems and Environmental Policy with Vehicle Design Applications. Department of Mechanical Engineering, Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, PA.
  10. Samaras, C. (2009) A Life-Cycle Approach to Technology, Infrastructure and Climate Policy Decision-Making: Transitioning to Plug-in Hybri Electric Vehicles and Low Carbon Electricity, Department of Engineering and Public Policy, Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, PA.

Conference Proceedings

2013

  1. Heckmann, C.G., J.J. Michalek, W.R. Morrow, and Y. Liu (2013) “Sensitivity of vehicle market share predictions to alternative discrete choice model specifications,”ASME International Design Engineering Technical Conferences, in press.

2012

  1. Yuksel, T. and J.J. Michalek (2012) "Development of a simulation model to analyze the effect of thermal management on battery life," Society of Automotive Engineers World Congress, April 24-26, Detroit, MI.
  2. Yuksel, T. and J.J. Michalek (2012) "Evaluation of the effects of thermal management on battery life in plug-in hybrid electric vehicles," Battery Congress, April 23-24, Ann Arbor, MI.

2011

  1. Sakti, A., S. Khan, T. Langer, J.J. Michalek, and J.F. Whitacre (2011) “Techno-economic analysis of Lithium-ion batteries for personal vehicle electrification,” National Academies Transportation Research Board Annual Meeting, January 23-27, Washington D.C.
  2. Traut, E., C. Hendrickson, E. Klampfl, Y. Liu and J.J. Michalek (2011) “Optimal design and allocation of electrified vehicles and dedicated charging infrastructure for minimum greenhouse gas emissions,” Proceedings of the NAS Transportation Research Board Annual Meeting, January 23-27, Washington D.C.

2009

  1. Peterson, S., J. Whitacre, and J. Apt. PHEV Battery Performance in a Vehicle to Grid (V2G) Utilization Scenario: a Technological and Economic Analysis. in 5th Annual Lithium Mobile Power Conference. 2009. Boston.
  2. Kaushal, N., C.-S. Shiau and J.J. Michalek (2009) “Optimal plug-in hybrid electric vehicle design and allocation for diverse charging patterns," Proceedings of the International Design Engineering Technical Conferences, Aug 30 – Sept 2, San Diego, CA, USA.

Book Reviews

  1. Whitacre, J.F., "Charging Up Electric Cars", Science, 333, 15 July 2011, pg. 290.


Working Papers

  1. Karabasoglu, O., B. Yuksel and J.J. Michalek “Globally optimal co-design and control of electrified vehicles for minimum life cycle cost,” working paper.
  2. Karabasoglu, O., B. Yuksel, G. Li, and J.J. Michalek "Globally optimal co-design and control of electrified vehicles for minimum life cycle cost," working paper.
  3. Karabasoglu, O., B. Yuksel and J.J. Michalek "Potential of predictive control strategies to reduce cost and component sizing of plug-in hybrid powertrains," working paper
  4. Karabasoglu, O., L. Pan and J.J. Michalek "Life cycle implications of terrain on plug-in and hybrid powertrains," working paper.
  5. Kimball, P., O. Karabasoglu, and J.J. Michalek "Global control optimization of supercapacitor-battery electric vehicles," working paper.