Research and Applications


  1. Kukkala, V., Pasricha, S., and Bradley, T.H., “JAMS-SG: A framework for jitter-aware message scheduling for time-triggered automotive networks,” ACM Transactions on Design Automation of Electronic Systems (TODAES) Volume 24 Issue 6, September 2019 Article No. 63, doi: 10.1145/3355392, link
  2. Kurtz, J., Sprik, S., and Bradley, T. H. “Review of transportation hydrogen infrastructure performance and reliability” International Journal of Hydrogen Energy. Volume 44, Issue 23, 3 May 2019, Pages 12010-12023, link
  3. Quiroz-Arita, C., Sheehan, J., Hughes, A., Hodgson, B., Peers, G,. Sharvelle, S., and Bradley, T.H., “A Cyanobacterial Sidestream Nutrient Removal Process and its Life Cycle Implications,” BioEnergy Research, (2019) 12:217–228,, link
  4. Baral, N., Davis, R,. and Bradley, T.H., “Supply and value chain analysis of mixed biomass feedstock supply system for lignocellulosic sugar production,” Biofuels, Bioproducts & Biorefining, 2019, BIOFPR-18-0141.  link
  5. Baral, N., Quiroz-Arita, C., and Bradley, T.H., “Probabilistic Lifecycle Assessment of Butanol Production from Corn Stover Using Different Pretreatment Methods,” Environmental Science and Technology, 2018, DOI: 10.1021/acs.est.8b05176.  link
  6. Limb, B., Asher, Z., Bradley, T.H., Sproul, E., Trinko, D., Crabb, B., Zane, R., and Quinn, J., “Economic Viability and Environmental Impact of In-Motion Wireless Power Transfer,” IEEE Transactions on Vehicle Electrification, 2019, 5(1).  link
  7. Borky, J. M., and Bradley, T.H., Effective Model-Based Systems Engineering, Springer Verlag, 2019,
  8. Steven J. Davis, Nathan S. Lewis, Matthew Shaner, Sonia Aggarwal, Doug Arent, Inês L. Azevedo, Sally M. Benson, Thomas Bradley, Jack Brouwer, Yet-Ming Chiang, Christopher T. M. Clack, Armond Cohen, Stephen Doig, Jae Edmonds, Paul Fennell, Christopher B. Field, Bryan Hannegan, Bri Mathias Hodge, Martin I. Hoffert, Eric Ingersoll, Paulina Jaramillo, Klaus S. Lackner, Lee R. Lynd, Katharine J. Mach, Michael Mastrandrea, Joan Ogden, Per F. Peterson, Daniel L. Sanchez, Daniel Sperling, Joseph Stagner, Jessika E. Trancik, Chi-Jen Yang, and Ken Caldeira, “Providing energy services without net addition of carbon dioxide to the atmosphere,” Science, 360(6396) 2018.  link
  9. Bucher, J.D., and Bradley, T.H., “Modeling Operating Modes, Energy Consumptions, and Infrastructure Requirements of Fuel Cell Plug in Hybrid Electric Vehicles using Longitudinal Geographical Transportation Data,” International Journal of Hydrogen Energy,, 2018.  link
  10. Asher, Z., Trinko, D., and Bradley, T.H., “Increasing the Fuel Economy of Connected and Autonomous Lithium-Ion Electrified Vehicles,” in Behaviour of Lithium-Ion batteries in Electric Vehicles, Editors: Pistoia, G., Liaw, B., Springer, 2018.  link
  11. Decker, T., Baumgardner, M., Prapas, J., Bradley, T.H. “A Mixed Computational and Experimental Approach to Improved Biogas Burner Flame Port Design,” Energy for Sustainable Development, Volume 44, June 2018, Pages 37–46.  link
  12. Vore, S., Kosowski, M., Reid, M.L., Wilkins, Z., and Bradley, T.H., “Measurement of Medium-duty Plug-in hybrid electric vehicle fuel economy sensitivity to ambient temperature,” IEEE Transactions on Vehicle Electrification, 2018, Volume: 4, Issue: 1, pp184-189.  link
  13. Kukkala, V.K., Tunnel, J., Pasricha, S., and and Bradley, T.H., “A Survey of Advanced Driver Assistance Systems and Current Challenges,” IEEE Consumer Electronics Magazine, Volume: 7, Issue: 5, Sept. 2018.  link
  14. Baral, N., Quiroz-Arita, C., and Bradley, T.H., “Uncertainties in Corn Stover Feedstock Supply Logistics Cost and Life-cycle Greenhouse Gas Emissions for Butanol Production,” Applied Energy, Volume 208, 15 December 2017, Pages 1343-1356. link
  15. Asher, Z., Baker, D., and Bradley, T.H. “Prediction Error Applied to Hybrid Electric Vehicle Optimal Fuel Economy,” IEEE Transactions on Control System Technology, doi: 10.1109/TCST.2017.2747502, 2017.  link
  16. Quiroz-Arita, C., Sheehan, J., and Bradley, T.H. “Life cycle net energy and greenhouse gas emissions of photosynthetic cyanobacterial biorefineries: Challenges for industrial production of biofuels,” Algal Research, Sustainability Special Issue, Volume 26, September 2017, Pages 445-452.  link
  17. Duthu, R., and Bradley, T.H., “A Life-Cycle Comparison of Trucking and Pipeline Water Delivery Systems for Hydraulically Fractured Oil Field Development,” PLOS One, 2017, 12(7), e0180587. link
  18. Borlase, S., Behboodi, S., Bradley, T.H., Brandao, M., Chassin, D., Eslin, J., McCarthy, C., “Smart Energy Resources: Supply and Demand”, In: Stuart Borlase, Ed. Smart Grids: Infrastructure, Technology, and Solutions 2nd Ed., CRC Press, 2017.  link
  19. Singh, H., and Bradley, T.H., Pasricha, S. “Application of Systems Theoretic Process Analysis to a Lane Keeping Assist System”, Reliability Engineering and Systems Safety, 2017, 177–183. link
  20. Quiroz Arita, C., Yilmaz, Ö., Barlak, S., Catton, K.B., Quinn, J.C., and Bradley, T.H., “A Geographical Assessment of Vegetation Carbon Stocks and Greenhouse Gas Emissions on Potential Microalgae-based Biofuel Facilities in the United States,” Bioresource Technology 221 (2016) pp 270-275.  link
  21. Batan, L. Y., Graff, G. D., & Bradley, T. H. (2016). “Techno-economic and Monte Carlo Probabilistic Analysis of Microalgae Biofuel Production System,” Bioresource Technology 219 (2016) pp 45-52. link
  22. Bradley, T.H., and Melby, C.L, “Discussion: “Temperature of Food and Drink Intake Matters” (,ASME J. Energy Resour. Technol., 138(5), 054701)” ASME Journal of Energy Resource Technology, 2016, Vol. 139, 015501.  link
  23. Nataf, K., and Bradley, T.H., “An Economic Comparison of Battery Energy Storage to Conventional Energy Efficiency Technologies in Colorado Manufacturing Facilities,” Applied Energy, Volume 164, 15 February 2016, Pages 133–139. link
  24. Bell, C., Zimmerle, D., Bradley, T.H., Olsen, D., and Young, P. “Scalable turbocharger performance maps for dynamic state-based engine models,” International Journal of Engine Research, September 2016 vol. 17 no. 7 Pages 705-712.  link
  25. Malakoutirad, M., Hagen, C., and Bradley, T.H. “Design Considerations for an Engine-integral Reciprocating Natural Gas Compressor,” Applied Energy 2015, Volume 156, Pages 129–137. link
  26. Duthu, R., and Bradley, T.H. “An Evaluation of Customer-Optimized Distributed Generation in New England Utility and Real-Time Markets” The Electricity Journal. Volume 28, Issue 3, April 2015, Pages 70–85.  link
  27. Geller, B., and Bradley, T.H., “Analyzing Drive Cycles for Hybrid Electric Vehicle Simulation and Optimization” ASME Journal of Mechanical Design 2015; 137(4):041401-041401-14. link
  28. Quiroz Arita, C., Peebles, C., and Bradley, T.H., “Scalability of combining microalgae-based biofuels with wastewater facilities: A review,” Algal Research 9 (2015) 160–169.  link
  29. Kambly, K., and Bradley, T.H. “Geographical and Temporal Differences in Electric Vehicle Range due to Cabin Conditioning Energy Consumption,” Journal of Power Sources (2015), pp. 468-475.  link
  30. Quinn, J.C., Hanif, A., Sharvelle S., and Bradley, T.H., “Microalgae to Biofuels: Life Cycle Impacts of Methane Production of Anaerobically Digested Lipid Extracted Algae,” Bioresource Technology, Volume 171, November 2014, Pages 37–43. link
  31. Salisbury, S., Smart, J., and Bradley, T.H. “Actual Versus Estimated Utility Factor of a Large Set of Privately Owned Chevrolet Volts,” SAE International Journal of Alternative Powertrains, May 2014, 2014-01-1803. link
  32. Kambly, K., and Bradley, T.H., “Estimating the HVAC Energy Consumption of Plug-in Electric Vehicles,” Journal of Power Sources 259 (2014) 117-124. link
  33. Duthu, R., Zimmerle, D., Callahan, M., and Bradley, T.H. “Evaluation of Existing Customer-owned, On-site Distributed Generation Business Models,” The Electricity Journal, Volume 27, Issue 1 (January – February, 2014), Pages 42-52.  link
  34. Al-Alawi BM, and Bradley TH. “Analysis of Corporate Average Fuel Economy Regulation Compliance Scenarios Inclusive of Plug in Hybrid Vehicles.” Applied Energy, Volume 113, January 2014, Pages 1323-1337. link
  35. Campbell, T., and Bradley, TH. “A model of the effects of automatic generation control signal characteristics on energy storage system reliability,” Journal of Power Sources, Volume 247, 1 February 2014, Pages 594-604. link
  36. Stanton, K., and Bradley TH. “From Course Assessment to Redesign: A Hybrid Vehicle Course as a Case Illustration,” European Journal of Engineering Education, 2013, Vol. 38, No. 6, Pages 687-699.  link
  37. Al-Alawi, BM, and Bradley TH. “Total cost of ownership, payback, and consumer preference modeling of plug-in hybrid electric vehicles.” Applied Energy Volume 103, March 2013, Pages 488—506. link
  38. Quinn, J., Catton, K.B., Johnson, S., and Bradley, T.H., “Geographical Assessment of Microalgae Biofuels Potential Incorporating Resource Availability” Bioenergy Research, 2013 June 2013, Volume 6, Issue 2, pp. 591-600. link
  39. Al-Alawi, B., and Bradley, T.H., “Review of Hybrid, Plug-in Hybrid, and Electric Vehicle Market Modeling Studies,” Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews, Volume 21, May 2013, Pages 190—203. link
  40. Batan, L., Quinn, J., and Bradley, T.H., “Analysis of water footprint of a photobioreactor microalgae biofuel production system from blue, green and lifecycle perspectives,” Algal Research 2(2013), Pages 196-203. link
  41. Davis, B.M., and Bradley, T.H., “The Efficacy of Electric Vehicle Time-of-Use Rates in Guiding Plug-in Hybrid Electric Vehicle Charging Behavior,” IEEE Transactions on Smart Grid, 2012, Vol. 3, No. 4, Pages 1679-86. link
  42. Renquist, J.V., Dickman, B., and Bradley, T.H., “Economic analysis of fuel cell powered materials handling equipment,” International Journal of Hydrogen Energy, Volume 37, Issue 17, September 2012, Pages 12054-12059. link
  43. Geller, B., and Bradley, T.H., “Quantifying Uncertainty in Vehicle Simulation Studies,” SAE International Journal Passenger Cars – Mechanical Systems 5(1):2012. link
  44. Quinn, J., Yates, T., Douglas, N., Butler, J., Bradley, T.H., and Lammers, P., “Nannochloropsis Production Metrics in a Scalable Outdoor Photobioreactor for Commercial Applications,” Bioresource Technology, Volume 117, August 2012, Pages 164-171. link
  45. Quinn, C., Zimmerle, D., and Bradley, T.H., “Impact of Electric Vehicle on Smart Grids”, In: Stuart Borlase, Ed. Smart Grids: Infrastructure, Technology, and Solutions, CRC Press, 2012.  link
  46. Quinn, J., Turner, C., and Bradley, T.H., “Scale-up of Flat-plate Photobioreactors Considering Diffuse and Direct Light Characteristics,” Biotechnology and Bioengineering (2012) Volume 109, Issue 2, pages 363–370. link
  47. Quinn, J., Catton, K., Wagner, N., and Bradley, T.H., “Current US Biofuel Potential from Microalgae Cultivated in Large-Scale Photobioreactors,” Bioenergy Research, 2012, 5(1) pp 49-60.  link
  48. Quinn, C., Zimmerle, D., and Bradley, T.H., “An evaluation of state-of-charge limitations and actuation signal energy content on plug-in hybrid electric vehicle vehicle-to-grid reliability and economics,” IEEE Transactions on Smart Grid – Special Issue on Transportation Electrification and Vehicle-to-Grid Applications, 2012, 3(1) 483 – 491. link
  49. Fagerstone, K., Quinn, J., Bradley, T.H., Marchese, A. “Quantitative Measurement of Direct Nitrous Oxide Emissions from Microalgae Cultivation” Environmental Science and Technology, 2011, 45 (21), pp 9449–9456. link
  50. Wood, E., and Bradley, T.H., “Investigation of Battery End- of- Life Conditions for Plug- in Hybrid Electric Vehicles,” Journal of Power Sources 196 (2011) 5147-5154.  link
  51. Quinn, J., DeWinter, L., and Bradley, T.H., “Microalgae Bulk Growth Model with Application to Industrial Scale Systems,” Bioresource Technology 102 (2011) 5083-5092. link
  52. Batan, L., Quinn, J., Willson, B., and Bradley, T.H. “Net energy and greenhouse gas emissions evaluation of biodiesel derived from microalgae,” Environmental Science and Technology, 2010, 44 (20), pp 7975–7980.  link
  53. Bradley, T.H. and Quinn, C.W., “Analysis of plug-in hybrid electric vehicle utility factors,” Journal of Power Sources, Volume 195, Issue 16, 2010, Pages 5399-5408. link
  54. Quinn, C., Zimmerle, D., and Bradley, T.H., “The Effects of Aggregation on the Near-Term Economics and Scalability of Plug-in Hybrid Electric Vehicle to Grid Charging,” Journal of Power Sources, Volume 195, Issue 5, 1 March 2010, Pages 1500-1509. link
  55. Geller, B., Quinn, C., and Bradley, T.H., “Design and Demonstrations of Plug-in Hybrid Electric Vehicles,” in G. Pistoia, Editor, Electric and Hybrid Vehicles : Power Sources, Models, Sustainability, Infrastructure and the Market, Elsevier, 2010. link
  56. Bradley, T. H., Moffitt, B.A., Fuller, T.F., Parekh, D. E., and Mavris, D. “Comparison of Design Methods for Fuel Cell Powered Unmanned Aerial Vehicles,” AIAA Journal of Aircraft, Volume 46, Number 6, 2009.  link
  57. Bradley, T. H., Moffitt, B.A., Fuller, T.F., Parekh, D. E., and Mavris, D. “Hardware in the Loop Performance Simulation for a Fuel Cell Unmanned Aerial Vehicle,” AIAA Journal of Propulsion and Power, Volume 25, Number 6, 2009.  link
  58. Bradley, T.H., Moffitt, B.A., Mavris, D., Parekh, D.E. “Aviation: Fuel Cells.” In: Juergen Garche, Chris Dyer, Patrick Moseley, Zempachi Ogumi, David Rand and Bruno Scrosati, editors. Encyclopedia of Electrochemical Power Sources, Vol 1. Amsterdam: Elsevier; 2009. pp. 186-192. link
  59. Bradley, T. H. and Frank, A. A. “Design, demonstrations and sustainability impact assessments for plug-in hybrid electric vehicles.” Sustainable and Renewable Energy Reviews, Volume 13, Issue 1, January 2009, Pages 115-128.  link
  60. Bradley, T. H., Danielson, J., Lawrence, J., and Singhose, W. “Command Shaping Under Non-Symmetrical Acceleration and Braking Dynamics.” ASME Journal of Vibration and Acoustics, October 2008, Vol. 130 / 054503 pp.1-5. link
  61. Bradley, T. H., Moffitt, B., Parekh, D., and Mavris, D. “Development and experimental characterization of a fuel cell powered aircraft.” Journal of Power Sources, 171(2007) 793-801. link
  62. Bradley, T. H., Huff, B. R., and Frank, A. A. “Energy Consumption Test Methods and Results for Servo-Pump Continuously Variable Transmission Control System.” SAE Transactions Journal of Fuels and Lubricants, 2005-01-3782, 2005. link

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