2020-2021秋季电气学院研究生课程“电动汽车和混合动力汽车系统” 开课通知

发布日期:2020-09-18作者:王薇访问量:0


“电动汽车和混合动力汽车系统”授课教授美国工程院院士 Kaushik Rajashekara教授因疫情原因不能来学校线下授课,因此电动汽车和混合动力汽车全英文课程计划采用线上授课。具体授课使用软件另行通知,授课时间为:

Oct. 10            9:00AM-11:00AM (China time)  

Oct. 11             9:00AM-11:00AM (China time)  

Oct. 17            9:00AM-11:00AM (China time)  

Oct. 18            9:00AM-11:00AM (China time)            

Oct. 24            9:00AM-11:00AM (China time)  

Oct. 25            9:00AM-11:00AM (China time)

 

 

课程内容:

Electric and Hybrid Vehicle Propulsion Systems

 

Course details:

 

·       Introduction to Electric and Hybrid vehicles

o  Principle of operation of electric, hybrid, and fuel cell vehicles

o  Principle of operation and types of hybrid vehicles.

o  Discussion on the technologies of few of the existing electric vehicles

·       Hybrid vehicle architectures

o   Micro and Mild hybrids

o   Series, Range-extender, Parallel, Series parallel, and Full hybrids

o   Toyota Prius operation

o   Plug-in hybrid vehicles

o   Architectures of commercially available hybrid vehicles

·       Propulsion system analysis

o   Basic mechanics of a vehicle

o   Energy consumed in a vehicle

o   Interfacing motor to wheels

o   Driving cycles and vehicle efficiency

o   Powertrain component sizing and Examples of powertrain design

·       Electric Machines and Power Electronics for Electric and Hybrid vehicles

o   Power converters for EVs and HEVs

o   Control of induction and PM machines

o   Maximum efficiency and field weakening operation of induction and PM machines

·       Fuel cell technology and fuel cell vehicles

o   Types of fuel cells

o   Fuel cell control characteristics

o   Fuel cell vehicle architectures

o   Fuel cell APU for transportation

 

·       Energy storage and battery charging

o   Types of batteries for EVs and HEVs

o   Charging strategies for battery charging

o   Conductive and inductive charging

o   Power converters for battery charging

o   Vehicle to grid interface (V2G) and smart charging

 

授课教授简介:

 

Faculty:

 

Kaushik Rajashekara received his PhD (1984) degree in Electrical Engineering from Indian Institute of Science.  In 1989, he joined Delphi division of General Motors Corporation in Indianapolis, IN, USA as a staff project engineer.  In Delphi and General Motors, he held various lead technical and managerial positions, and was a Technical Fellow and the chief scientist for developing electric machines, controllers, and power electronics systems for electric, hybrid, and fuel cell vehicle systems.  In 2006, he joined Rolls-Royce Corporation as a Chief Technologist for More Electric architectures and power conversion/control technologies for aero, marine, defense, and energy applications.  In August 2012, he joined as a Distinguished Professor of Engineering at the University of Texas at Dallas. Since September 2016, he is a Distinguished Professor of Engineering in University of Houston.

 

Prof. Rajashekara was elected as a Member of the National Academy of Engineering in 2012 for contributions to electric power conversion systems in transportation. He was also elected as 2015 Fellow of the National Academy of Inventors and 2013 Fellow of Indian National Academy of Engineering.  He is the recipient of the IEEE Richard Harold Kaufmann award for outstanding contributions to the advancement of electrical systems in transportation; IEEE Industry Applications Society Outstanding Achievement Award, and  EEE IAS Gerald Kliman award for contributions to the advancement of power conversion technologies through innovations and their applications to industry.  He is a Fellow of IEEE and a Fellow of SAE International.

 

Prof. Rajashekara has published more than 150 papers in international journals and conferences, and has over 45 patents. He has given more than 150 invited presentations in international conferences and universities.  He has co-authored one IEEE Press book on sensorless control of ac motor drives and contributed individual chapters to six published books.  His research interests are in the area of power electronics, drives, transportation electrification, and energy management of microgrid systems





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