Evaluation of energy consumption of vehicles in EU Trans-European Transport Network
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KeywordsEnergy consumption in a vehicle; Empirical cumulative distribution function; Kinetic energy loss; Kinetic speed phases; The Smirnov-Kolmogorov test; Trans-European Transport Network;
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