Introduction to current and future propulsion systems and the electronic control of their longitudinal behavior
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
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.
Vehicle Propulsion Systems -- Introduction to Modeling and Optimization Guzzella Lino, Sciarretta Antonio 2013, X, 409 p. 202 illus., Geb. ISBN: 978-3-642-35912-5
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Lectures of Prof. Dr. Ch. Onder and Dr. Ph. Elbert are also possible to be held in German.
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