Browsing by Author "Labadie, John"
Techno-economic analysis and decision making for PHEV benefits to society, consumers, policymakers and automakers Contributor:Al-Alawi, Baha Mohammed;
Date Submitted:2012Plug-in hybrid electric vehicles (PHEVs) are an emerging automotive technology that has the capability to reduce transportation environmental impacts, but at an increased production cost. PHEVs can draw and store energy ...
Application of semi-analytical multiphase flow models for the simulation and optimization of geological carbon sequestration Contributor:Cody, Brent M.;
Date Submitted:2014Geological carbon sequestration (GCS) has been identified as having the potential to reduce increasing atmospheric concentrations of carbon dioxide (CO2). However, a global impact will only be achieved if GCS is cost ...
GIS-based reservoir planning with limited data in developing nations : a case study of the Lower Mekong River Basin Contributor:Cvar, Aaron;
Date Submitted:2014To view the abstract, please see the full text of the document.
Stochastic mixed integer program for modeling wildfire behavior and optimizing fire suppression operations, A Contributor:Belval, Erin Jean McCowen;
Date Submitted:2014Wildfire suppression decisions combine multiple objectives and risk management to form a complex background against which decision makers attempt to determine efficient management actions in a short period of time. Their ...
Assessment, design and control strategy development of a fuel cell hybrid electric vehicle for CSU's ecocar Contributor:Fox, Matthew D.;
Date Submitted:2013Advanced automotive technology assessment and powertrain design are increasingly performed through modeling, simulation, and optimization. But technology assessments usually target many competing criteria making any ...
Contributor:Kimbrough, Hal Reuben;
Date Submitted:2019Complex linear assets, such as those found in transportation and utilities, are vital to economies, and in some cases, to public health. Wastewater collection systems in the United States are vital to both. Yet effective ...