Course 1 & 1a: System Integration, Simulation and Energy Management of Hybrid Electric Vehicles
Learn HEV System Simulation Methods for SIL and HIL Development of HEV Energy Management Strategies.
25 - 27 June 2018
Lecturer: Prof. Giorgio Rizzoni, The Ohio State University
Course can be taken completely (Day 1 to 3, Course 1) or just Day 1 for an overview of the Topic (Course 1a).
The intended audiences for this course are:
- Automotive industry executives who wish to become acquainted with hybrid-electric powertrain technologies and model-based control development tools.
- Automotive industry engineers and engineering managers with an interest in electrified powertrain control and energy management who wish to become better acquainted with system integration, energy management and SIL and HIL methods to design of energy management strategies for hybrid vehicles.
The course has been designed so that executives, managers and more senior engineers who may wish to be exposed to the foundations and to the language of hybrid-electric vehicle powertrain control may gain sufficient familiarity with the subject matter by attending Day 1 only.
Days 2 and 3 delve more deeply into the technical subject matter covered in overview form in Day 1, so that attending the full three days will make the participant closely acquainted with models, simulators and energy management algorithms development. The course requires mechanical and electrical engineering background. Dipl.-Ing. / M.Sc. level mechanical or electrical engineering degree is preferred, but B.Sc. graduates with automotive engineering experience are also encouraged to attend.