151-0569-00L Vehicle Propulsion Systems
|Semester||Autumn Semester 2016|
|Lecturers||C. Onder, P. Elbert|
|Periodicity||yearly recurring course|
|Language of instruction||English|
|Abstract||Introduction to current and future propulsion systems and the electronic control of their longitudinal behavior|
|Objective||Introduction to methods of system optimization and controller design for vehicles. Understanding the structure and working principles of conventional and new propulsion systems. Quantitative descriptions of propulsion systems|
|Content||Understanding of physical phenomena and mathematical models of components and subsystems (manual, automatic and continuously variable transmissions, energy storage systems, electric drive trains, batteries, hybrid systems, fuel cells, road/wheel interaction, automatic braking systems, etc.).|
Presentation of mathematical methods, CAE tools and case studies for the model-based design and control of propulsion systems with the goal of minimizing fuel consumption and emissions.
|Lecture notes||Vehicle Propulsion Systems --|
Introduction to Modeling and Optimization
Guzzella Lino, Sciarretta Antonio
2013, X, 409 p. 202 illus., Geb.
|Prerequisites / Notice||Lectures of Dr. Ch. Onder are also possible to be held in German|