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This chapter provides an introduction to driving cycles. Driving cycles are defined and classified with respect to each application and each application’s special attributes. A detailed discussion on the characteristics of each category (chassis dynamometer and engine dynamometer, modal and transient) is performed, with emphasis placed on cycle representativeness issues. Furthermore, the various metrics used to assess the technical properties and shortcomings of test cycles are detailed. The last part of the chapter describes the procedure followed when developing a test cycle; both the collection of driving data as well as the cycle construction techniques are discussed.
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