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Hybrid courses (also known as blended courses) replace a portion of traditional face-to-face instruction with web-based online learning (e.g., video lectures, online discussions, or activities). The amount of face-to-face instruction that is replaced by online coursework in hybrid classes varies greatly by institution, class, discipline, and learning objectives.
Electric vehicles aren’t just an efficient way to move people and products—they are literally powering the transition to a clean energy economy by taking on one of the largest contributors to greenhouse gas emissions—transportation.
Explain the role of electric vehicles in the clean-energy transition
Evaluate the challenges of integrating electrified vehicles into the electric grid
Ascertain the advantages and disadvantages between hybrid electric vehicle (HEV), plug-in hybrid electric vehicle (PHEV), and battery electric vehicle (BEV) systems
Comprehend role and design of battery management systems (BMS) and applications
Understand battery technologies including lithium-ion batteries, cell balancing, battery capacity, and aging factors
Evaluate the basics of charging technologies, and future solutions such as fast charging strategies, wireless charging, and battery swapping
The course focuses on mechatronic system and component design of HEV based on the
requirements topower flow management, power conversionand thus to vehicle dynamics and
energy/fuel efficiency.Mechanical drivetrain engineering problems are considered in conjunction with electric drive design and then mechatronic wheel-electric drive,suspension and locomotion System design are presented.The course discusses designof batteries and energy storages and vehicle power electronics and also introduces plug-in hybrid electric vehicles.
With the rise in fuel prices and more electric vehicles on the road, the need for electrical vehicle engineers is growing. The future of the automotive industry is in electric vehicles. This course on electric vehicle technology will equip you with the necessary knowledge to start a career in electric vehicle design. So why wait! Start your path on this new and exciting field of electric vehicle technology today.
This course provides technical training to perform basic and advanced interventions on hybrid and electric vehicles.
Fundamentals of hybrid and electric vehicles. How an electric vehicle works. The fuel cell vehicle. Charging modes and connector types. Comparison between thermal and electric vehicles
.Hybrid and electric vehicle technology. Electronics and components. Battery types. Types of motors. 48V Mild Hybrid technologies. HV and EV components: batteries. Explanation of the Tesla Model S battery module. Disassembly and analysis of the Renault Zoe battery. Replacement of Hyundai Ioniq PHEV battery modules. Tesla Model S electrical system disassembly and analysis. Nissan eNV-200 analysis. Fuel cell technologies (Hyundai Nexo). Flooding of an electric vehicle
.Chargers and charging methods in hybrid and electric vehicles. Charging methods and connector types. CESVIMAP charger test area. Parts of a charger. CESVIMAP study on electric vehicle chargers. Nissan Leaf charging experience.
Particularities of the cooling and air conditioning system in electric and hybrid vehicles. Thermal/electric engine cooling systems. Cooling systems for the electrical system (inverter/charger). Cabin air conditioning system. Explanation of a scroll compressor. Battery cooling and heating systems Particularities in the workshop when working with air conditioning systems.
Intervention on hybrid and electric vehicles. Legislation, procedures and tools. Electrical risks and legislation. Procedure for de-energising hybrid and electric vehicles. Protection equipment. Maintenance of hybrid and electric vehicles. Models to be studied: Hyundai Ioniq Hybrid, Mitsubishi Outlander and Tesla Model 3.
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