Zero-emission hybrid mobile machinery
- Prime movers: Internal combustion engine and electric machines types
- Exhaust emissions and legislation
- Hybrids: Definition, structures, properties, components of an electric and hydraulic hybrids
- Examples of hybrid heavy mobile machinery
- Dimensioning and optimization of the main components of the hybrid system
After completing the course student
- Is aware of the factors influencing the future of development of zero emission and hybrid off-road machinery.
- Is familiar with the principles of internal combustion engines, basic duty cycles
- Knows the characteristics and systems of mobile machinery and is able to select a powertrain topology for the application.
- Knows the regulations governing exhaust gases and their effects on the use and application
- Knows the structures, components and characteristics of hybrid and electric powertrains
- Knows the characteristics of the energy storages used in different powertrains.
- Is able to analyses losses distribution in conventional and hybrid powertrain (simulation exercise)
The course deals with topologies and main components of used in heavy-duty mobile machinery. The course teaches the basics, characteristics and application of electric and hybrid topologies for mobile machinery. Another focus is the electric and hybrid power supplies in mobile machines and the dimensioning and optimization of the hybrid system.
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