This course will provide a fundamental overview of Alternative Energy Vehicle’s (AEV) and the key challenges and opportunities of AEV technologies. The instructor will explain the engineering philosophy of several AEV’s, including electric vehicles (EV), hybrid electric vehicles (HEV), plug-in hybrid electric vehicles (PHEV), and battery electric vehicles (BEV). Participants will learn an overview of electric drives, power electronics, regenerative braking system, power management, and battery management. The instructor will address existing commercial HEV architecture. Other HEV applications for non-passenger vehicles, including heavy duty vehicles, reliability issues, and other potential problem areas will also be discussed.
This course consists of 20 contact hours and is ideal for Engineers or technicians working on hybrid or electric vehicles.
The registration fee for this course is 7000 per participant. A minimum of 10 participants are required in order to run a course.
Participants should have either a B.S. in Engineering or possess a technical degree and technical working knowledge in the area of hybrid or electric vehicles
|Topic #1 – 1.5 hours||Introduction of EV/Hybrid Vehicles|
|Topic #2 – 2.0 hours||HEV Fundamentals and Vehicle Dynamics|
|Topic #3 – 2.5 hours||HEV Architecture|
|Topic #4 – 2.5 hours||Series HEV Powertrain Design|
|Topic #5 – 2.5 hour||Parallel HEV Powertrain Design|
|Topic #6 – 2 hour||Power Electronics for HEV Applications|
|Topic #7 – 2 hours||Electric Propulsion Systems|
|Topic #8 – 3 hours||Energy Sources and Energy Storage|
|Topic #9 – 2 hours||Regenerative Braking of HEV|
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