HECTOR School of Engineering & Management

Technology of Hybrid & Electric Vehicles

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About the course

The participants gain a detailed knowledge of all drive train topologies for electric and hybrid electric vehicles and their benefits and shortcomings in specific applications (types of vehicles).

They will have a detailed understanding of the technical function and construction alternatives of all components required for electric drive trains, namely electric machines, power electronics and energy storage systems. This includes the underlying physical and technical principles as well as practical implementations in current electric vehicles.

This knowledge enables the participants to specify appropriate drive train topologies and components for electric vehicles based on a detailed analysis of the energy and power demand for a given use-case (driving profile).

Topics

  • Short introduction to the topic
  • Hybrid Drive Trains
  • Electrical Drive Trains
  • Energy demand of cars
  • Basics of energy storage systems
  • Basics of rotating electric machines
  • Induction machines
  • Synchronous machines
  • Basics of power electronics
  • Excursion

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Martin Doppelbauer

After graduation from high school in Altenhundem, Germany in the beautiful Sauerland I studied electrical engineering in Paderborn and Dortmund. Later, I became an assistant at the Chair for "Theoretical Electrical Engineering and Electrical Machines". In 1995, I wrote my doctor thesis on the cal...

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