Powertrain Architecture, Controls, and Energy Management Systems of EV and HEV
This seminar is offered in China only and presented in Mandarin Chinese. The course materials are bilingual (English and Chinese).
Developing environmentally cleaner and more fuel efficient vehicles is transforming the automotive industry worldwide, particularly in China with its emphasis on new energy vehicles. There are many engineering challenges that must be addressed in designing effective new energy vehicles. The technical knowledge required to understand and make the right decisions with regard to powertrain architecture, powertrain controls, and energy management strategies is critical to success in this market.
This two day seminar will focus on providing attendees with an overview of hybrid electric vehicle propulsion systems followed by design and control approaches for series, parallel, and plug-in hybrid powertrains. Finally, high efficiency energy management strategies are addressed. To ensure a thorough understanding of the design concepts and practical applications covered in this course, a number of case problems, examples, and demonstrations are utilized.
What Will You Learn
- Explain the major resources and regulatory drivers of hybrid electric vehicle development
- Identify the system architectures of hybrid electric vehicles that have been commercialized from 1997 to the present
- Describe and identify basic hybrid components and architectures and explain HEVs' differences from conventional vehicles
- Identify the main HEV development considerations for various vehicle systems
- Recognize basic layouts of light, medium, and full hybrid vehicle powertrains
- Compare advantages and disadvantages of different hybrid architectures
- Identify and understand how HEV drive systems of the Prius and P2s work and the challenges they meet
- Describe and evaluate HEV emerging technologies, engineering challenges, and development trends