The EU6d Emission Regulation requires Real Driving Emissions as an additional type approval requirement within the 2017 - 2020 timeframe in order to take into account the influence of the road profile, the ambient conditions and the traffic situation as well as the behavior of the driver. The new test uses Portable Emissions Monitoring System (PEMS) to measure on-board emissions. The trip sequence shall consist of a urban, a rural and a motorway sections with specific requirements in terms of distance and average speed for each section. For example, the overall trip duration shall be between 90 and 120 minutes. Due to these strong requirements, the execution of RDE measurements has to be preceded by an accurate planning of the route to reduce test failure risk and, consequently, experimental costs. The aim of the present investigation is to present a procedure to build a cycle for real driving emissions that minimizes the distance, is robust with respect to the uncertainties of traffic conditions and satisfy the requirements of the regulations. The procedure has been applied to routes from and to the Department of Engineering for Innovation. Moreover, a preliminary analysis of the effect of instantaneous speed and acceleration on real drive emissions is presented.
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