(pp.157-172) A. Al Zaidi ‘Driving cycles as the tool to assess traffic demand management in Abu Dhabi’, IJIKMMENA, Vol. 2, No. 2, 2013

10th April 2013

Ahmed Al Zaidi, Edinburgh Napier University, UK Purpose: This study uses driving cycle to investigate and assess traffic demand management (TDM) for a number of traffic corridors in Abu Dhabi. Driving cycle measurements have had many applications to date, including the evaluation of the driver’s behaviour and the performance of vehicles in a number of [more details]

(pp.357-368) R. Kumar, W. Saleh and C. Bosewell ‘Modelling motorcycle emissions and driving cycle in Edinburgh’, WJSTSD, Vol. 7, No. 4, 2010

14th May 2011

Ravindra Kumar, Central Road Research Institute, India Wafaa Saleh, Edinburgh Napier University, UK Colin Bosewell, Edinburgh Napier University, UK Abstract: This paper explains the modelling of emission in real-world onboard measurement under the local driving condition for engine size 1000cc and 600cc for motorcycles in Edinburgh. Impact of instantaneous speed, acceleration on emission has been [more details]