Fuel Retail Management System (2008)
Type of ContentConference Contributions - Published
PublisherUniversity of Canterbury. Mechanical Engineering.
What will happen when transport fuel supply falls short of demand? If you are a Mechanical Engineer, this is an ideal innovation space, an important situation where a solution does not yet exist. Our conceptgeneration, modelling and design research has yielded a possible new technology allowing business as usual to be that which happens when supply falls short of demand. The Fuel Retail Management System (FRMS) is a novel ICT concept which uses the design elements of allocation market systems to manage constrained fuel supplies – if it is deployed in time.
CitationPage, S., Rendall, S., Krumdieck, S. (2008) Fuel Retail Management System. Wellington, New Zealand: NERI Energy, Transport and Sustainability Symposium, 26-27 Jun 2008. 12pp.
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KeywordsRationing; Fuel supply
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