|Hybrid and Electric Vehicle Systems|
|I.D. #||C1504||Duration||3 Days|
| Hybrid Electric Vehicle (HEV), Plug-In Hybrid Electric Vehicle (PHEV), and Battery Electric Vehicle (BEV) technology model offerings and production volumes continue to accelerate with each model year. Advanced technology vehicle populations are significantly increasing throughout the world, making it vital for engineers, technicians, and educators to have a thorough understanding of these technologies and systems. This three-day practical and applications-based course will concentrate on architectures, operation, functions, and design considerations of the power electronics, energy systems, and failure modes associated with HEV and BEV vehicles, providing an environment in which participants can acquire a solid systems and integration foundation for applying this content to vehicle/systems design. Practical systems and circuit analyses with calculations will be used throughout the course.
| By completing this course, you will be able to:
|Who Should Attend|
| This course is designed for engineers, scientists, and technicians who are involved with the design, development, manufacturing, or service of electrified vehicles or subsystems and need a systems perspective of the course vehicle electrification systems.
| An engineering degree is highly recommended, but not required. This course does not cover basic electrical concepts and assumes that the attendee already understands such concepts (voltage, current, resistance, capacitance, inductance, impedance, phase angles, current-to-frequency ratios, semiconductors, and software control strategies). In order to best understand concepts discussed, all participants are encouraged to have driven an HEV, PHEV, and BEV prior to attending the course.
| HEV/BEV Systems Operation Modes, Torque Production and Component Contributions
Rechargeable Energy Management (Battery Pack) Systems, Controls and Diagnostics
HEV/BEV - Permanent Magnet (PM) and Induction Machine (IM) Electric Machine and
Power Inverter, and dc-dc Converter Technologies
Dr. Mark Quarto is currently the Chief Technology Officer (CTO) for Quarto Technical Services where he is responsible for the design/development of diagnostic test equipment and software, technical education and training programs, and technology innovations focused on hybrid and electric vehicle propulsion and energy management systems. Dr. Quarto previously worked within the General Motors Company as an Engineer and Engineering Group Manager in Advanced Powertrain Technology Systems / Global Aftermarket Engineering where he was responsible for the management and development of control and diagnostics systems and service solutions for the Chevrolet Volt, Fuel Cell, Two-Mode Hybrid, Parallel Hybrid Truck (PHT), EV1 Electric Vehicle, S10 Electric Truck, and Alternative Fuel Systems Programs. He also served as the Service Training Development Manager and Resident Service School Instructor. Mark began his automotive career as a technician at both dealership and aftermarket facilities. In addition to his accomplishments and experiences while working at General Motors, Mark has served as a Chief Engineer, Senior Consultant, Author, and Subject Matter expert in Hybrid, Electric, and Fuel Cell Technologies. Dr. Quarto has a Bachelor's Degree in Electrical Engineering from LaSalle University specializing in Power Electronics; a Bachelor's Degree in Automotive Technology from Ferris State University; Master's Degree in Technical Education from Ferris State University specializing in electric and hybrid propulsion systems; and a Doctorate in Technical Education from Nova Southeastern University, specializing in designing and developing learning systems for hybrid/electric vehicles and high voltage energy and propulsion systems.