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Presented by Jean-Baptiste Gallo, Project Engineer at CALSTART at NAFA 2013

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    CALSTART Best practices for high-efficiency truck implementation CALSTART Best practices for high-efficiency truck implementation Presentation Transcript

    • Best Practices for High-EfficiencyTruck Implementation1Jean-Baptiste GalloProject EngineerCALSTARTNAFA 2013 I&EAtlantic City, NJApril 25, 2013
    • AgendaImprovingYour BaselineImplementingAdvanced Tech.Using Decision-Making ToolsFindings
    • Findings1. Know your baseline and make the best use of it2. Select high-efficiency truck routes carefully3. Balance route, range and fuel economy tomaximize fuel saved4. Use value calculators to find alternative fuel andtechnology “sweet spot”
    • AgendaImprovingYour BaselineImplementingAdvanced Tech.Using Decision-Making ToolsFindings
    • Same vehicle / Same route25% difference in MPG
    • Influence of Engine IdlingCase 1 Case 2 December 26, 2012 11.5°C cabin temperature 5% of key-on time at idle9.1 MPG December 7, 2012 11.5°C cabin temperature 33% of key-on time at idle7.9 MPG
    • Source: Michael O’Connell, Frito-Lay, GTS 2013
    • Findings1. Know your baseline and make the best use of it2. Select high-efficiency truck routes carefully3. Balance route, range and fuel economy tomaximize fuel saved4. Use value calculators to find alternative fuel andtechnology “sweet spot”
    • AgendaImprovingYour BaselineImplementingAdvanced Tech.Using Decision-Making ToolsFindings
    • FCCC Walk-In Van Chassis FamilyDieselGasolineHEVBEVCNGHHVPropane
    • FedEx Gasoline HEV Evaluation NYCC Avg. MPH 7 Max MPH 28 Stops/mile 9 OCBC Avg. MPH 12 Max MPH 41 Stops/mile 5 HTUF4 Avg. MPH 14 Max MPH 57 Stops/mile 2
    • FedEx Gasoline HEV Evaluation NYCC Avg. MPH 7 Max MPH 28 Stops/mile 9 OCBC Avg. MPH 12 Max MPH 41 Stops/mile 5 HTUF4 Avg. MPH 14 Max MPH 57 Stops/mile 2
    • FedEx Gasoline HEV Evaluation NYCC Avg. MPH 7 Max MPH 28 Stops/mile 9 OCBC Avg. MPH 12 Max MPH 41 Stops/mile 5 HTUF4 Avg. MPH 14 Max MPH 57 Stops/mile 2
    • Findings1. Know your baseline and make the best use of it2. Select high-efficiency truck routes carefully3. Balance route, range and fuel economy tomaximize fuel saved4. Use value calculators to find alternative fuel andtechnology “sweet spot”
    • Fuel Economy v. MilesRoute 3 Route 6 Average 27 miles per day 250 days/year Diesel = 7.5 MPG HHV = 15.0 MPGSavings = 450 gal/year Average 72 miles per day 250 days/year Diesel = 8.5 MPG HHV = 12.8 MPGSavings = 712 gal/year
    • Fuel Economy v. MilesRoute 3 Route 6 Average 27 miles per day 250 days/year Diesel = 7.5 MPG HHV = 15.0 MPGSavings = 450 gal/year Average 72 miles per day 250 days/year Diesel = 8.5 MPG HHV = 12.8 MPGSavings = 712 gal/year
    • Findings1. Know your baseline and make the best use of it2. Select high-efficiency truck routes carefully3. Balance route, range and fuel economy tomaximize fuel saved4. Use value calculators to find alternative fuel andtechnology “sweet spot”
    • AgendaImprovingYour BaselineImplementingAdvanced Tech.Using Decision-Making ToolsFindings
    • Smith Electric Newton Step Van
    • Findings1. Know your baseline and make the best use of it2. Select high-efficiency truck routes carefully3. Balance route, range and fuel economy tomaximize fuel saved4. Use value calculators to find alternative fuel andtechnology “sweet spot”
    • Findings1. Know your baseline and make the best use of it2. Select high-efficiency truck routes carefully3. Balance route, range and fuel economy tomaximize fuel saved4. Use value calculators to find alternative fuel andtechnology “sweet spot”
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