|Hybrid and Electric Vehicle Engineering Academy|
|I.D. #||ACAD06||Duration||5 Days|
SAE Engineering Academies provide comprehensive and immersive training experiences, helping new and re-assigned engineers become proficient and productive in a short period of time. The Hybrid and Electric Vehicle Engineering Academy covers hybrid and electric vehicle engineering concepts, theory, and applications relevant to HEV, PHEV, EREV, and BEV for the passenger car industry. While the theory and concepts readily apply to the commercial vehicle industry as well, the examples and applications used will apply primarily to the passenger car industry.
| Upon completion of the academy, participants will be able to:
|Who Should Attend|
Individuals who already have a basic understanding of hybrid and/or electric vehicles who are seeking to increase their knowledge and understanding of hybrid vehicle system applications, including mechanical and electrical application engineers, design engineers, project managers, and other individuals who are working with or transitioning to hybrid-electric powertrain development, will find this academy particularly helpful.
| An engineering degree is highly recommended, but not required. This Academy does not cover basic electrical concepts and assumes that the attendee already understands such concepts (voltage, current, resistance, capacitance, inductance, etc.) In order to understand concepts discussed, all participants are required to have driven an HEV prior to attending the academy.
Please be advised that this course may involve one or more of the following: driving and/or riding in a vehicle; participating in a vehicle demonstration; and/or taking part in an offsite tour using outside transportation. You will be required to sign a waiver on-site and produce a valid driver's license from your state/country of residence
Attendees are asked to bring a calculator for in-class exercises.
Safety, Testing, Regulations, and Standards
Battery Management Systems
Lithium-Ion Bettery Design
Lithium-Ion Battery Modeling
High Voltage Battery Charging Methods & Some Aspects of Battery Pack Design
High Voltage Battery Charging Methods & Some Aspects of Battery Pack Design (continued)
Thermal Management for Batteries and Power Electronics
Friday session ends at 4:30.
|Instructor(s):|| Saeed Siavoshani, Richard Byczek, Kevin Konecky, Gene Liao, Manoj Shah, Robert Spotnitz, Thomas Stoltz
| Saeed Siavoshani
Dr. Saeed J. Siavoshani is currently a Technical Program Manager for LMS, A Siemens Company and an adjunct professor at the University of Detroit Mercy where he teaches a comprehensive electric vehicle course. In addition Dr. Siavoshani serves as the Chief Industry Advisor for SAE Professional Development Seminars and Academies. Over the past two decades, he has worked for the Dow Chemical company, General Motors Corporation and Ford Motor Company as an NVH technical specialist. During his career, Dr. Siavoshani has also worked on composite projects related to offshore oil and gas, infrastructures, and pressure vessels and automotive systems including powertrain, body structure, exhaust/induction systems as well as the interior and exterior of the vehicle. He has also been instrumental in the development of new technology, notably the integrated Front of Dashboard concept and Acoustomize, a unique method of analyzing and offering solutions to automotive noise problems. He has also worked in the area of thermoforming utilizing electro-magnetic field technology. Dr. Siavoshani has helped to build the infrastructure for the electric vehicle battery pack including thermal management as well as reducing the weight of the overall battery. He has been granted several patents and was presented the SAE Forest R. McFarland Award in 2012 for distinction in professional development and education. Dr. Siavoshani has a M.S. in Mechanical Engineering from Wayne State University and a Ph.D. in Mechanical Engineering from Oakland University.
Mr. Byczek is the Technical Lead for Electric Vehicle and Energy Storage at Intertek where he is responsible for the technical development of Intertek┐s EV and Battery testing labs across North America, Europe and Asia. For the past 5 years, Mr. Byczek was the Operations Manager of the Livonia site, directly responsible for all battery performance, safety and transportation testing, as well as reliability and certification testing of Electric Vehicle charging stations and support electronics. Mr. Byczek has significant experience in product validation, EMC testing, and automotive product development. He sits on several performance and safety standards committees related to batteries and electric vehicle systems. Mr. Byczek has a B.S.in Electrical Engineering from Lawrence Technological University.
Dr. Gene Liao is Professor and Director of Electric-drive Vehicle Engineering & Alternative Energy Technology program at Wayne State University, where he also manages the electric propulsion and battery testing laboratories. Dr. Liao is experienced in the areas of hybrid drivetrains and automotive manufacturing. Prior to Wayne State, he worked as a practicing engineer for over fifteen years with General Motors, Ford Motor, and Toyota Motor Company. Dr. Liao has research and teaching interests in the areas of electric-drive vehicle simulation and development, vehicle dynamics, and automotive components design and manufacturing. He has published more than 110 journal and conference papers, and four book chapters in these areas. He is the PI and co-PI for several federal and state funded projects in electric-drive vehicle and advanced energy storage systems. As an international recognized expert in these areas, he has served on the technical review committees for the National Science and Engineering Research Council of Canada, Singapore National Climate Change Secretariat and Research Foundation, Green Energy Transport Sector in the Sultanate of Oman, and Renewable Energy Engineering of Ethiopian Defense University. He holds a Doctor of Engineering from the University of Michigan-Ann Arbor, Mechanical Engineer from Columbia University, M.S. from the University of Texas at Arlington, and B.S. from National Central University (Taiwan), both in Mechanical Engineering.
Dr. Spotnitz leads Battery Design LLC, a company that provides consulting and software for battery developers and users. He founded Battery Design in 1999 and developed Battery Design Studio«, a virtual environment for battery design and simulation (see www.batdesign.com). Over the last decade he participated in the start-up of two battery developers: American Lithium Energy Corp. and Enovix. Prior to that, he was Director of Advanced Product Development at PolyStor Corp. where he led efforts to develop large lithium-ion batteries for hybrid electric vehicles. Before that he was a Staff Engineer for Hoechst's Celgard Division where he built from the ground-up the Battery Applications Development Center and helped commercialize the tri-layer battery separator and also worked at the R&D center of W.R. Grace & Co where he co-invented multi-layer battery separators, as well as a number of electrochemical processes. Dr. Spotnitz provides tutorials on batteries for the Advanced Automotive Battery Conference, the Battery Power conferences, the EIS Short Course, as well for the Electrochemical Society. He has18 patents and 34 publications (including 3 book chapters). He is a member of the International Society of Electrochemistry and the Electrochemical Society. He has a B.S. in Chemical Engineering from Arizona State University, a M.S. in Computer Science from Johns Hopkins, and a Ph.D. in Chemical Engineering from the Univ. WI-Madison.
Mr. Stoltz is currently a Senior Engineering Specialist at Eaton Corporation┐s Innovation Center and is also an Adjunct Professor of Electrical Engineering at the University of Detroit Mercy. His core expertise is in embedded computing hardware for control of energy systems; however, he enjoys practicing and teaching a broad range of engineering topics. Mr. Stoltz has over a decade of industry experience at several companies, small and large. His range of industrial experience includes: manufacturing, product design, corporate research, and engineering management in automotive powertrain controls, distributed generation, high efficiency hydraulics, and automated transmissions for heavy trucks. Mr. Stoltz received a B.S in Electrical Engineering from Michigan State University, a M.S. in Electrical Engineering from the University of Detroit Mercy and is a registered Professional Engineer in the State of Michigan.
|Fees:||$3445||SAE Members*:||$2756 - $3101|
| * The appropriate SAE Member discount will be applied through the Registration process. Discounts vary according to level of membership: Elite Member 20%; Premium Member 15%; Classic Member 10%