Daniel Sperling

Affiliations: 
University of California, Davis, Davis, CA 
Area:
Environmental Engineering, Energy, Environmental Sciences
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Jose F. Contadini grad student 2002 UC Davis
Charles R. Rivasplata grad student 2006 UC Davis
Meng-Cheng ( Ni grad student 2008 UC Davis
Zheng Wan grad student 2011 UC Davis
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Wan Z, Chen J, Makhloufi AE, et al. (2016) Four routes to better maritime governance. Nature. 540: 27-29
Wan Z, Zhu M, Chen S, et al. (2016) Pollution: Three steps to a green shipping industry. Nature. 530: 275-7
Delucchi MA, Yang C, Burke AF, et al. (2014) An assessment of electric vehicles: technology, infrastructure requirements, greenhouse-gas emissions, petroleum use, material use, lifetime cost, consumer acceptance and policy initiatives. Philosophical Transactions. Series a, Mathematical, Physical, and Engineering Sciences. 372: 20120325
Lutsey N, Wallace J, Brodrick CJ, et al. (2004) Modeling stationary power for heavy-duty trucks: Engine idling vs. fuel cell apus Sae Technical Papers
Lutsey N, Brodrick CJ, Sperling D, et al. (2003) Markets for fuel-cell auxiliary power units in vehicles: Preliminary assessment Transportation Research Record. 118-126
Brodrick CJ, Sperling D, Dwyer HA, et al. (2002) Emissions from conventional and hybrid electric transit buses tested on standard and San Francisco specific driving cycles Sae Technical Papers
Contadini JF, Moore RM, Sperling D, et al. (2000) Life-cycle emissions of alternative fuels for transportation: Dealing with uncertanties Sae Technical Papers
Brodrick CJ, Farsh-Chi M, Dwyer HA, et al. (1999) Urea-SCR system demonstration and evaluation for heavy-duty diesel trucks Sae Technical Papers
Wang Q, Kling C, Sperling D. (1993) Light-duty vehicle exhaust emission control cost estimates using a part-pricing approach Air and Waste. 43: 1461-1471
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