Powertrain Product Development for Electrified Vehicles
Transmission and driveline products for new energy vehicles are different in many aspects from their counterparts in traditional vehicles. Attendees will have a chance to develop in-depth, practical, hands-on knowledge regarding system configuration, key subsystems and components design, system control, testing, design verification, and so forth. Common problems such as reliability, durability, NVH as well as related technology trends will be addressed from an engineer's viewpoint.
This course offers systematic knowledge to engineers in unprecedented details. In particular, it will cover following topics:
- Multi-speed transmissions of layshaft type for EVs with emphasis on shift actuators and synchronizers
- Multi-speed transmissions of planetary gear type for EVs with emphasis on multi-disc clutches and hydraulic system
- Cooling and lubrication system design with case study
- Control strategy, software architecture, and main algorithms
- HEV transmission design with emphasis on NVH refinement
- Design verification procedure to meet reliability and durability targets
These topics are essentially technical know-how rather than new technology, which should help engineers shorten their learning curving in their engineering work since reliability, durability, and good NVH performance are crucial for the success of powertrain products.
What Will You Learn
- Identify appropriate technical solution to various of EV, HEV, or PHEV powertrain needs
- Evaluate different system configurations and key component design
- Solve the most critical issues in electrified powertrain design
- Design the control software to meet the shift quality targets
Is This Course For You
This seminar is designed for Product engineers, project engineers, application engineers, design and release engineers in electrified vehicle engineering field who are responsible for Responsible for electrified powertrain system or component products involving integration, research, development, design, testing, simulation and so on.
An undergraduate degree in engineering or a strong technical background is highly recommended. Some basic knowledge about vehicle and powertrain systems is needed.