High Voltage Drives in Motor Vehicles UniTrain Course
Hybrid drives are essentially meant to meet three objectives: save fuel, reduce emissions, and increase torque/power. Different hybrid concepts can be employed depending on the required application. With our system trainees can learn on their own the most important technical fundamentals of hybrid drives. Based on job orders and fault descriptions students plan diagnostics of individual components, carry out testing on systems and do repair work on original motor vehicle parts. In the course of measurements and experiments the students acquire practical know-how for every day on the job and vocational training.
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Training Topics:
  • List of rules for working safely with hybrid vehicles
  • Differences between different drive configurations:
    • series hybrid systems
    • parallel hybrid systems
    • dual-mode hybrids
  • Different operating modes for hybrid vehicles
  • Design and function of electrical drives for hybrid vehicles
  • Control components for hybrid drives
  • Principle of carrier frequency control
  • The function of inverters and intermediate circuits
  • Design and function of alternators
  • Experimental investigation of operating response of alternators
  • Components of on-board networks for hybrid vehicles
  • Principle of energy recovery from braking
  • Measurement of recovered voltage in braking manoeuvres
  • Measurement of voltage ratios for frequency converters
  • Investigating transmission of energy and force
Product: High Voltage Drives in Motor Vehicles UniTrain Course
Product Code: CO4204-6N

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