Basics in Hybrid Electric Vehicles
Introduction to Hybrid Electric Vehicles – Basic Functions, Components & Operation
8 - 10 July 2019
Lecturer: Hans-Jürgen Berner, Dr. Thomas Riemer, FKFS
Co-lecturers: Dr. Omar Abu Mohareb, Frank Brosi, André Ebel, Sven Eberts, Dr. Markus Orner, FKFS; Dr. Dan Keilhoff, IVK, University of Stuttgart
This course first gives an introduction to the specifics of hybrid electric vehicles, the components
and the control of the drivetrain. It addresses automotive engineers wanting to expand their
knowledge on alternative drives.
The objective of the course is to introduce the participants to the basics of hybrid electric vehicles with all their different components. The course is held by employees of the Research Institute of Automotive Engineering and Vehicle Engines Stuttgart (FKFS) and the Institute for Internal Combustion Engines and Automotive Engineering (IVK) of the University of Stuttgart, who are proven experts in this field.
|Objective 1||Understand the different structures of hybrid drivetrains and their specific characteristics.|
|Objective 2||Understand the additional electric components within hybrid drivetrains and the overall electrical system.|
|Objective 3||Give the participants a solid foundation to work with/develop hybrid vehicles.|