Electric cars are not just an efficient way to transport people and products – they literally support the transition to a clean energy economy by taking over one of the biggest contributors to greenhouse gas emissions – transportation.
In this online course, you’ll gain a comprehensive overview of hybrid and electric vehicle systems, battery technologies, charging infrastructure and grid integration, and apply what you’ve learned to a career in this exciting new field.
Explain the role of electric vehicles in the clean energy transition
Evaluate the challenges of integrating electrified vehicles into the electrical grid
Learn about the pros and cons between hybrid electric vehicle (HEV), plug-in hybrid electric vehicle (PHEV), and battery electric vehicle (BEV) systems
Understand the role and design of battery management systems (BMS) and applications
Understand battery technologies including lithium-ion batteries, cell balancing, battery capacity and aging factors
Review the basics of charging technologies and future solutions such as fast charging strategies, wireless charging and battery swapping.
.Fundamentals of hybrid and electric vehicles. How an electric vehicle works. Fuel cell vehicle. Charging modes and connector types. Comparison of thermal and electric vehicles
Hybrid and electric vehicle technology. Electronics and components. Battery types. Engine types. 48V Mild Hybrid technology. HV and EV components: batteries. Tesla Model S battery module explained. Renault Zoe battery disassembly and analysis. Replacement of Hyundai Ioniq PHEV battery modules. Tesla Model S electrical system disassembly and analysis. Nissan eNV-200 analysis. Fuel cell technology (Hyundai Nexo). A flood of electric vehicles
.Chargers and charging methods in hybrid and electric vehicles. Charging methods and connector types. CESVIMAP charger test area. Charger parts. CESVIMAP study on electric vehicle chargers. Nissan Leaf charging experience.
Peculiarities of the cooling and air conditioning system in electric and hybrid vehicles. Thermal/electrical engine cooling systems. Cooling systems for electrical system (inverter/charger). Cabin air conditioning system. Scroll compressor explained. Battery-powered cooling and heating systems Peculiarities in the workshop when working with air conditioning systems.
Impact on hybrid and electric vehicles. Legislation, procedures and tools. Electrical hazards and legislation. Procedure for switching off hybrid and electric vehicles. Protective equipment. Maintenance of hybrid and electric vehicles. Models to study: Hyundai Ioniq Hybrid, Mitsubishi Outlander and Tesla Model 3.
The aim of the course is to introduce students to and orientate themselves in the field of hybrid and electric vehicles. This will be achieved through a series of modules which will be taught in the Green Energy Lab and will include the following: introduction to hybrid and electric vehicles – hybrid safety – maintenance and operation of hybrid vehicles; oil changes/cooling system service, H.V. disconnection service procedures, hybrid air conditioning and electric power steering. This course will expand students’ skill level and general knowledge of hybrid and electric vehicles in their workplace.
International College of Technical Education.
Office No. 27, Second Floor, Maryam Shadi Hall Plaza
(Airies Plaza), Shamsabad, Murree Road,
Rawalpindi, Pakistan 46,000.
Contact: 051-6122937, 0311-5193625, 0092-335-4176949