Dr. Andrew F. Burke Institute of Transportation Studies University of California-Davis

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Dr. Andrew F. Burke

Institute of Transportation Studies

University of California
-
Davis



Dr. Burke holds B.S. and M.S. degrees in Applied Mathematics from
Carnegie Institute of Technology, a M.A. degree in Aerospace Engineering
and a Ph.D. in Aerospa
ce and Mechanical Sciences from Princeton
University.


Since 1974, his career work has involved many aspects of electric and
hybrid vehicle design, analysis, and testing. He was the head systems
engineer on the U.S. Department of Energy

funded Hybrid Veh
icle (HTV)
project while working at the General Electric Research and Development
Center in Schenectady, N.Y. While a Professor of Mechanical Engineering
at Union College in Schenectady, he continued his work on electric vehicle
technology through consul
ting with the Argonne and Idaho National
Engineering (INEL) Laboratories on various DOE electric vehicle and
battery programs. Dr. Burke was employed from 1988
-
1994 at INEL as a
principal program specialist in the electric and hybrid vehicle programs. Hi
s
responsibilities at INEL included modeling and testing of batteries and
electric vehicles and the technical management of the DOE ultracapacitor
program. Dr. Burke has authored over 100 reports and papers on electric
and hybrid vehicles, batteries, and
ultracapacitors.


Dr. Burke joined the Research Faculty of the Institute of Transportation
Studies at UC Davis in July 1994. He has performed research on and taught
graduate courses on advanced electric driveline technologies specializing on
batteries, ul
tracapacitors, fuel cells, and hybrid vehicle design, control and
simulation.

P
apers and publications

2007
-
2008


1.

Burke, A.F., Materials Research for High Energy Density Electrochemical
Capacitors, paper published by Material Research Society, Symposium S
eries JJ,
November 2008

2.

Burke, A.F. and Miller, M., Emerging Lithium
-
ion Battery Technologies for
PHEVs: Test Data and Performance Comparisons, Pre
-
conference Battery
Workshop, Plug
-
in 2008, San Jose, California, July 21, 2008

3.

Burke, A. and Miller, M., S
upercapacitors for Hybrid
-
electric Vehicles: Recent
Test Data and Future Projections, Advanced Capacitor World Summit 2008, San
Diego, California, July 14
-
16, 2008

4.

Burke. A.F. and Miller, M., Present and Projected Performance of Hybrid
Electrochemical Ca
pacitors, 4
th

International Symposium on Large Ultracapacitor
Technology and Applications, Tampa, Florida, May 13
-
14, 2008

5.

Burke, A. F., Electric and Hybrid Vehicle Design and Performance, Chapter 6,
Pages 129
-
189, Environmentally Conscious Transportation,

edited by M. Kutz,
John Wiley & Sons , 2008

6.

Burke, A.F., Batteries and Ultracapacitors for Electric, Hybrid, and Fuel Cell
Vehicles, IEEE Journal, special issue on Electric Powertrains, April 2007

7.

Burke, A.F., Materials Research for High Energy Density E
lectrochemical
Capacitors, invited paper presented at the Materials Research Society Spring
Meeting, San Francisco, California, March 27, 2008

8.

Burke, A.F., Comparisons of Lithium
-
ion Batteries and Ultracapacitors in

Hybrid
-
electric Vehicle Applications, pa
per presented at EET
-
2007 European Ele
-
Drive
Conference, Brussels, Belgium, June 1, 2007 (paper on CD of proceedings)

9.

Burke, A.F. and Van Gelder, E., Plug
-
in Hybrid
-
Electric Vehicle Powertrain
Design and Control Strategy Options and Simulation Results wit
h Lithium
-
ion
Batteries, paper presented at EET
-
2008 European Ele
-
Drive Conference, Geneva,
Switzerland, March 12, 2008 (paper on CD of proceedings)

10.

Burke, A.F., Miller, M., and Van Gelder, E., Ultracapacitors and Batteries for
Hybrid Vehicle Applications,

23
rd

Electric Vehicle Symposium, Anaheim,
California, December 2007 (paper on CD of proceedings)

11.


Burke, A.F., R&D considerations for the Performance and Application of
Electrochemical Capacitors, paper published in Electrochimica Acta, March 2007

12.

Simon,

P. and Burke, A.F., Nanostructured carbons: double
-
layer capacitance and
more, paper published in the Interface magazine, Electrochemical Society, April
2008

13.

Miller, J. and Burke, A.F., Electrochemical Capacitors: Challenges and
Opportunities for Real
-
wor
ld Applications, paper published in the Interface
magazine, Electrochemical Society, April 2008






Publications of Andrew Burke (
2000
-
200
7
)


1.

Burke, A.F., Batteries and Ultracapacitors for Electric, Hybrid, and Fuel Cell Vehicles,
IEEE Journal, Special Is
sue on Vehicles, to be published in 2007

2.

Burke, A.F. and Miller, M., Tests of New Ultracapacitors and Comparisons with Lithium
-
ion Batteries for Hybrid vehicle Applications, Proceedings of the 16
th

International
Seminar on Double
-
layer Capacitors and Hybr
id Storage Devices, Deerfield Beach,
Florida, December 2007

3.

Burke, A.F. and Miller, M., Supercapacitor Technology
-
Present and Future, proceedings
of the Advanced Capacitor World Summit 2006, San Diego, California, July 2006

4.

Burke, A.F., Ultracapacitor Cell

and Module Update, Proceedings of the 2
nd

International
Symposium on Large Ultracapacitor Technology, Baltimore, Maryland, May 2006

5.

Burke, A.F., Analysis of the Use of Ultracapacitors in Mild/Moderate Hybrids,
Proceedings of the 2
nd

International Symposiu
m on Large Ultracapacitor Technology,
Baltimore, Maryland, May 2006

6.

Burke, A.F. and Miller, M., Ultracapacitor Update: Cell and Module Performance and
Cost Projections, Proceedings of the15th International Seminar on Double
-
layer
Capacitors and Hybrid Ener
gy Storage Devices, Deerfield Beach, Florida, Dec 5
-
7, 2005

7.

Burke, A.F., The Present and Projected Performance and Cost of Double
-
Layer and
Pseudo
-
capacitive Ultracapacitors for Hybrid Vehicle Applications, Paper for the IEEE
Vehicle Power and Propulsio
n System Conference, Chicago, Ill., September 8
-
9,2005

8.

Burke, A.F. and Miller, M., Cell balancing considerations for Long Series Strings of
Ultracapacitors in Vehicle Applications,
Proceedings of the
Advanced Capacitor World
Summit, San Diego, California,
July 11
-
13, 2005

9.

Burke, A.F., Characterization of a 25 Wh Ultracapacitor Module for High
-
Power, Mild
Hybrid Applications,
P
roceedings of the Large Capacitor Technology and Applications
Symposium, Honolulu, Hawaii, June 13
-
14, 2005

10.

Burke, A.F., Key Issues
for the Implementation of Ultracapacitors in Vehicle
Applications, Proceedings of the MIT/Industry /Consortium on Advanced Automotive
Electrical/Electronic Components and Systems (invited paper),
Seoul, Korea, May 24
-
25,
2005


11.

Burke, A.F. and Gardiner, M.,

Hydrogen Storage Options: Technologies and Comparisons
for Light
-
duty Applications, Report No. UCD
-
ITS
-
RR
-
05
-
01, January 2005

12.

Burke, A
.
F., Key Issues for the Implementation and Marketing of Ultracapacitors in
Vehicle applications, Proceedings of the 14
th

International Seminar on Double
-
layer
Capacitors and Similar Energy Storage Devices, Deerfield Beach, Florida, December
2004

13.

Burke, A.F. and Abeles, A., Feasible CAFÉ Standard Increases using Emerging Diesel
and Hybrid
-
electric Technologies for Light
-
duty
Vehicles in the United States, World
Resource Review, Vol. 16. No.3, 2004

14.

Burke, A.F., Abeles, E., and Chen, B., The Response of the Auto Industry and Consumers
to Changes in Exhaust Gas and Fuel Economy Standards (1975
-
2003): A Historical
Review of the Ch
anges in Technology, Prices, and Sales of Various Classes of Vehicles,
ITS
-
Davis report to ARB, October 2003

15.

Burke, A.F., Present Status and Future Projections for Diesel and Hybrid
-
Electric
Technologies to Reduce CO2 Emissions of New Light
-
Duty Vehicles i
n California, ITS
-
Davis Report to ARB, January 2004

16.

Burke, A. F., Miller, M., and Parker, N., Ultracapacitor Technology: Present and Future
Performance and Applications, Proceedings of the Advanced Capacitor World Summit
2004, Washington, D.C., July 2004

17.

B
urke, Ultracapacitor Module Technology for Use in Mild Hybrid
-
electric Vehicles,
Proceedings of the 4
th

International Advanced Automotive Battery Conference, San
Francisco, California, June 2004

18.

Burke, A.F. and Miller, M., Ultracapacitor and Fuel Cell Appl
ications, Proceedings of the
20
th

International Electric Vehicle Symposium, Long Beach, California, November 2003

19.

Burke, A.F., Saving Petroleum with Cost
-
Effective Hybrids, SAE Paper 2003
-
01
-
3279,
paper presented at the Powertrain and Fluids Conference, Pi
ttsburgh, Pa. October 2003

20.

Burke, A.F., Ultracapacitor Technology: Present and Future, Proceedings of the Advanced
Capacitor World Summit 2003, Washington, D.C., August 11
-
13, 2003

21.

Burke, A.F. and Miller, M., New Developments in Electrochemical Capacitors
for Vehicle
Applications, Proceedings of the 3
rd

Annual Automotive Battery Conference, Nice,
France, June 10
-
13
,
2003

22.

Burke, A.F., Kershaw, T., and Miller, M., Development of Advanced Electrochemical
Capacitors using Carbon and Lead
-
Oxide Electrodes for H
ybrid Vehicle Applications, UC
Davis Institute of Transportation Studies report, UCD
-
ITS
-
RR
-
03
-
2, June 2003

23.

Burke, A.F. and Miller, M., Characteristics and Applications of Advanced Ultracapacitors,
Proceedings of the 12
th

International Seminar on Double
-
La
yer Capacitors and Similar
Energy Storage Devices, Deerfield Beach, Florida, Dec. 2002

24.

Burke, A.F. and Miller, M., Comparisons of Ultracapacitors and Advanced Batteries for
Pulse Power in Vehicle Applications, Proceedings of the 19
th

Electric Vehicle
Sympo
sium, Pusan, South Korea, October 2002

25.

Burke, A.F., The Future of Hybrid
-
Electric ICE Vehicles and Fuels Implications, ITS
-
Davis Report UCD
-
ITS
-
RR
-
02
-
09, October 2002

26.

Burke, A.F., Cost
-
Effective Combinations of Ultracapacitors and Batteries for Vehicle
App
lications, Proceedings of the Second International Advanced Battery Conference, Las
Vegas, Nevada, February 4
-
7, 2002

27.

Burke, A.F., Miller, M., and Chevallier, F., Experimental Studies of Cells and Modules of
Advanced Ultracapacitors, Proceedings of the 11
t
h

International Seminar on Double
-
layer
Capacitors and Similar Energy Storage Devices, Deerfield Beach, Florida, December 3
-
5,
2001

28.

Burke, A.F. and Miller, M., Update of Ultracapacitor Technology and Hybrid Vehicle
Applications: Passenger Cars and Transit
Buses, Proceedings of the 18
th

International
Electric Vehicle Symposium, Berlin, Germany, October 21
-
24,2001

29.

Burke, A.F., Recent Developments in Carbon
-
based Electrochemical Capacitors: Status of
the Technology and Future Prospects, Invited paper presented

at the 200
th

Meeting of the
Electrochemical Society, San Francisco, California, September 2
-
7, 2001, to be published
in the session proceedings

30.

Burke, A.F., Review of Ultracapacitor Technologies for Vehicle Applications,
Proceedings of the First Annual Ad
vanced Automotive Battery Conference, Las Vegas,
Nevada, February 5
-
8, 2001

31.

Burke, A.F., Cost
-
Effective Combinations of Ultracapacitors and Batteries for Hybrid
Vehicle Applications, Proceedings of the Conference on Meeting the New CARB ZEV
Mandate Require
ments: Grid
-
connected Hybrids and City EVs, UCD
-
ITS
-
RR
-
2001
-
02,
May 2001

32.

Burke, A.F., Characteristics of Advanced Carbon
-
based Ultracapacitors, Proceedings of
the 10
th

International Seminar on Double
-
layer Capacitors and Similar Energy Storage
Devices, De
erfield Beach, Florida, December 2000

33.

Burke, A.F, Ultracapacitors: why, how, and where is the technology, Journal of Power
Sources, 91 (2000) 37
-
50