A Method for Determining Optimal Charging Infrastructures in Public Ferry Transportation Networks
In this thesis, we establish the theoretical foundation for determining the minimum requirements for charging infrastructures in networks where electric ferries operate on a fixed schedule. The problem - named the Multiple-Trip Electric Charging Station Placement (MT-ECSP) - is formulated as a 0-1 Integer Program, and is subsequently proven to be NP-hard. We construct several instances of the MT-ECSP, and solve them using Google OR-Tools CP-SAT solver in a simple application. The results show that the MT-ECSP is solveable both for theoretical and practical purposes.
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UiT The Arctic University of Norway
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