Hybrid Car Technology Course in Rawalpindi Pakistan Introduction:
What is a hybrid? A hybrid vehicle combines any two power (energy) sources. Possible combinations include diesel/electric, gasoline/fly wheel, and fuel cell (FC)/battery. Typically, one energy source is storage, and the other is conversion of a fuel to energy. The combination of two power sources may support two separate propulsion systems. Thus to be a True hybrid, the vehicle must have at least two modes of propulsion.
For example, a truck that uses a diesel to drive a generator, which in turn drives several electrical motors for all-wheel drive, is not a hybrid . But if the truck has electrical energy storage to provide a second mode, which is electrical assists, then it is a hybrid Vehicle.
These two power sources may be paired in series, meaning that the gas engine charges the batteries of an electric motor that powers the car, or in parallel, with both mechanisms driving the car directly.
Course Outline: Modules / Lectures History of Electrical Vehicle Historical Journey of Hybrids and Electric Vehicle Economic and Environmental Impact of Electric Hybrid Vehicle Dynamics of Electric and Hybrid vehicles Architecture of Hybrid and Electric Vehicles DC-DC Converters DC-AC Converters A.C. Electrical Machines for Hybrid and Electric Vehicles Permanent Magnet Machines for Hybrid and Electric Vehicles Design of Hybrid and Electric Vehicles Energy Storage Control System for Electric and Hybrid Electric Vehicles Regenerative braking Design of Hybrid Electric vehicles
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