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This chapter presents the most important driving cycles used for testing passenger cars and light-duty trucks, which are all of the chassis-dynamometer type. European, U.S., Japanese, Australian and worldwide modal and transient cycles are presented, including those intended for battery and electric vehicles, with graphic illustration of the speed profiles together with a detailed historical background. Main technical specifications are provided, as well as identification of the shortcomings, and representative results from real vehicles operation. An extensive comparison of the most important legislated cycles is also presented and discussed at the end of the chapter.
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