CERTIFICATE IN CURRENT AND EMERGING TECHNOLOGIES (CCET)
Hybrid Vehicle Technologies
This online course presents an overview and introduction about the current status of hybrid vehicles and basic technologies. Hybrid powertrains provide new opportunities to achieve better trade-offs in vehicle designs, for example, between driving performance and fuel economy. An in-depth discussion is provided at the end of the course about the control and design of split hybrid electric vehicles.
- Define the motivation of vehicle electrification
- Recognize the key challenges of electrified vehicles
- Identify xEV architectures and energy modeling
- Classify the common control concepts for xEVs
- Overview and Introduction (44 min)
- Vehicle Hybrid Technologies (62 min)
- Energy Modeling of Electrified Vehicles (98 min)
- Energy Management Algorithms (85 min)
- Summary and Conclusion (16 min)
Modules are divided into shorter segments making it easier to learn at your own pace.
If completing a specialization, all four modules must be purchased together and completed in 180 days. For individual modules, you will have 60 days to complete.
Successful completion requires you to receive an 80% passing grade on the module assessment.
Upon successful completion of 4 modules purchased as a group, you will receive the U-M Certificate in Current and Emerging Technologies.
Select 4 modules from one concentration to deepen your knowledge in a subject or area. If you choose a specialization, your certificate will note the specialization you completed.
There are no prerequisites for this module. A bachelor’s degree in a science, engineering, or technical field is recommended, but not required.
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Administrative/Online Technical Support
Support staff are available via phone and email to help with administrative and technical issues during our normal business hours (Monday through Friday 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Eastern Time).
Content Questions and Support
Candidates are welcome to contact the course instructors and/or their course assistants with content-related questions and support.
Youngki Kim, PhD
- Assistant Professor, Department of Mechanical Engineering, U-M Dearborn