Optimal Allocation of Changing Station for Electric Vehicle Based on Queuing Theory

  • Yagang Zhang North China Electric Power University
  • Dingli Qi North China Electric Power University
  • Wei Jiang North China Electric Power University
  • Shuang Lei North China Electric Power University
Keywords: electric vehicle, charging station, centralized charging station, grey system model, queuing theory,

Abstract

Electric vehicle as the main development direction of the future automotive industry, has gained attention worldwide. The rationality of the planning and construction of the power station, as the foundation of energy supply, is an important premise for the development of electric vehicles. In full consideration of the electric demand and electricity consumption, this paper proposes a new construction mode in which charging station and centralized charging station are appropriately combined and presents a location optimization model. Not only can this model be applied to determine the appropriate location for the power station, but it can use the queuing theory to determine the optimal number of power equipment, with which we can achieve the minimum costs. Finally, taking a certain city as an example, the optimum plan for power station is calculated by using this model, which provides an important reference for the study of electric vehicle infrastructure planning.

Author Biographies

Yagang Zhang, North China Electric Power University
University of South Carolina, Department of Mathematics and Interdisciplinary Mathematics InstituteColumbia, SC 29208, United States
Dingli Qi, North China Electric Power University
North China Electric Power UniversityDepartment of Mathematics and Physics, Baoding, 071003, P.R. China
Wei Jiang, North China Electric Power University
North China Electric Power University Department of Mathematics and Physics Baoding, 071003, P.R. China
Shuang Lei, North China Electric Power University
North China Electric Power UniversityDepartment of Mathematics and PhysicsBaoding, 071003, P.R. China

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Published
2016-11-02
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Zhang Y, Qi D, Jiang W, Lei S. Optimal Allocation of Changing Station for Electric Vehicle Based on Queuing Theory. PROMET [Internet]. 2016Nov.2 [cited 2019Sep.20];28(5):497-05. Available from: http://traffic.fpz.hr/index.php/PROMTT/article/view/1974
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