|[sumo-user] doubt on methodology for validation of EV battery model.|
Hi Sumo Community,
I have a general doubt. Sumo's electric vehicle energy model was integrated into SUMO under Emil project [ref: http://elib.dlr.de/93885/1/Proceeding_SUMO2013_15-17May%202013_Berlin-Adlershof.pdf] in which vehicle models were validated by simulation method i.e. by tracking the energy consumed of electric buses. The method says that the agency, first of all, collected the trajectories and collected data for energy consumption from real-world and then they simulated the vehicle and tested the model by comparing the model calculated energy consumptions with real-world energy consumptions, the paper doesn't tell if it was a macro-level simulation or a micro-level simulation? So, what I mean to say is 'did they exactly replicate the trajectories in SUMO or try to produce a simulation that is a macro-level simulation from which I understand is i.e. speeds distribution is tried to keep close to the real world but the position may differ from actual trajectories.
If microsimulation was created, then I am curious how to achieve micro-level simulation in which the position of the vehicle is given and we replicate the exact positions i.e. latitude and longitude and we try to keep the position as close but not looking at speeds assuming that sumo would itself calculate the speeds if the positions are given and move the vehicle to that position.
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