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Model Based Design for Vehicle Powertrains

** UPDATE (9/24/2014): Parallel Supervisory Control and Electric Machine modules are now published and ready for viewing! There are still two remaining modules (Engines and Transmissions) that we are working on. These modules will be uploaded as soon as they are finalized.** This course reviews modeling basic hybrid vehicle powertrains, including batteries and battery management systems, with a focus on hybrid electric vehicle applications. The course is intended to provide a fundamental level of understanding of model based design techniques used in an automotive application. Questions about course content can be directed to mbdcp@anl.gov

Course Contents

  • Module 0: Preliminary Information
  • Module 1: Basic Component Modeling
  • Module 2: Battery Systems
  • Module 3A: Supervisory Control and Fault Diagnosis
  • Module 3B: Supervisory Control and Fault Diagnosis
  • Module 5: Parallel Supervisory Control and Fault Diagnosis
  • Module 6: Electric Machines
  • Module 7: Automotive Transmissions
Estimated Duration:
10 days
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  • 5 out of 5 Stars
    It was pretty awesome, I learned a lot and it clarified a lot of things for me. Thanks.
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