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Hybrid propulsion systems

03OYCIV

A.A. 2019/20

Course Language

Inglese

Course degree

Doctorate Research in Energetica - Torino

Course structure
Teaching Hours
Lezioni 15
Teachers
Teacher Status SSD h.Les h.Ex h.Lab h.Tut Years teaching
Rolando Luciano   Professore Associato ING-IND/08 13 0 0 0 4
Teaching assistant
Espandi

Context
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2019/20
PERIOD: MAY - JUNE At the end of the lessons the student is expected to be able to perform a critical analysis on the main features of a hybrid electric vehicle emphasizing its strength and weaknesses. The information provided during the course and the exercise performed in the class will also allow the student to perform a preliminary design of the vehicle energy management system
PERIOD: MAY - JUNE At the end of the lessons the student is expected to be able to perform a critical analysis on the main features of a hybrid electric vehicle emphasizing its strength and weaknesses. The information provided during the course and the exercise performed in the class will also allow the student to perform a preliminary design of the vehicle energy management system
Nowadays hybrid vehicles represents one of the most promising solutions to reduce the impact of conventional powertrain on the air quality and to move toward a more sustainable mobility. In such a framework, this course aims to provide a comprehensive overview on the hybrid propulsion technologies primarily through a detailed review of the motivations which have led to the development of such systems and of the additional functionalities enabled by the combined use of different power actuators. The main hybrid powertrain configurations will be also introduced analysing several test cases currently available in the market. The course will also presents the operating principles and the evolution scenarios of the main components of a generic hybrid powertrain (Batteries, Electric Motors & Inverters, Internal Combustion Engines). Finally, since the performance of a hybrid vehicle strongly depends on its powertrain control strategy, the course will also provide a critical analysis of the most relevant algorithm which can support the design of an Energy Management System.
Nowadays hybrid vehicles represents one of the most promising solutions to reduce the impact of conventional powertrain on the air quality and to move toward a more sustainable mobility. In such a framework, this course aims to provide a comprehensive overview on the hybrid propulsion technologies primarily through a detailed review of the motivations which have led to the development of such systems and of the additional functionalities enabled by the combined use of different power actuators. The main hybrid powertrain configurations will be also introduced analysing several test cases currently available in the market. The course will also presents the operating principles and the evolution scenarios of the main components of a generic hybrid powertrain (Batteries, Electric Motors & Inverters, Internal Combustion Engines). Finally, since the performance of a hybrid vehicle strongly depends on its powertrain control strategy, the course will also provide a critical analysis of the most relevant algorithm which can support the design of an Energy Management System.
10:00-11:00 11:00-12:00 25.5 - Lesson 1 Framework & Motivation for Powertrain Hybridization 27.5 - Lesson 2 Summary of vechicle Dynamic 28.5 - Lesson 3 Main Hybrid Powertrain Topologies & Market Examples 29.5 - Lesson 4 Overview on main technologies for electric machines 3.6 - Lesson 5 Overview on main technologies for Battery Technologies 4.6 - Lesson 6 Energy Management System Strategies 5.6 - Lesson 7 Hybrid Propulsion System Emission Regulations
10:00-11:00 11:00-12:00 25.5 - Lesson 1 Framework & Motivation for Powertrain Hybridization 27.5 - Lesson 2 Summary of vechicle Dynamic 28.5 - Lesson 3 Main Hybrid Powertrain Topologies & Market Examples 29.5 - Lesson 4 Overview on main technologies for electric machines 3.6 - Lesson 5 Overview on main technologies for Battery Technologies 4.6 - Lesson 6 Energy Management System Strategies 5.6 - Lesson 7 Hybrid Propulsion System Emission Regulations
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