Electric and Hybrid Vehicles 2nd Edition 2020 (PDF)

Electric and Hybrid Vehicles 2nd Edition 2020 (PDF)
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Edition 2020;
Pages: 215;
Authors: Tom Denton;
Publisher: Routledge;
Language: English;
Size: 115 Mb;

Content

Preface
Acknowledgments
1 Electric vehicles introduction
1.1 EVs and hybrids
1.1.1 Types of electric vehicle
1.1.2 Electric vehicle market
1.1.3 The EV experience
1.1.4 History
1.2 Costs and emissions
1.2.1 Electricity costs
1.2.2 End of life
1.2.3 CON emissions
1.2.-4 Emissions
1.2.5 Worldwide harmonized light vehicles test procedure
1.2.6 Life cycle assessment
1.2.7 Intelligent programming
1.3 Electric vehicles - some myth busting facts!
1.3.1 Introduction
1.3.2 EV myths
2 Safe working, tools and hazard management
2.1 General safety precautions
2.1.1 Introduction
2.1.2 Safety
2.1.3 IMI TechSafeTm
2.1.4 General safety guidance
2.1.5 General risks and their reduction
2.2 High-voltage safety precautions
2.2.1 Introduction to high voyages
2.2.2 Low and high voltage
2.2.3 Personal protective equipment (PPE)
2.2.4 High-energy cables and components
2.2.5 AC electric shock
2.2.6 DC electric shock
2.2.7 Protection devices
2.3 Safe work process
2.3.1 Risks of working with EVs
2.3.2 Work categories
2.3.3 Work processes
2.4 Hazard management
2.4.1 Initial assessment
2.4.2 Fire
2.5 Tools and equipment
2.5.1 Introduction
2.5.2 Hand tools
2.5.3 Test equipment
2.5.4 Workshop equipment
2.5.5 High-voltage tools
2.5.6 On-board diagnostics
3 Electrical and electronic principles
3.1 Basic electrical principles
3.1.1 Introduction
3.1.2 Electron and conventional flow
3.1.3 Effects of current flow
3.1.4 Fundamental quantities
3.1.5 Describing electrical circuits
3.1.6 Conductors, insulators and semiconductors
3.1.7 Factors affecting the resistance of a conductor
3.1.8 Resistors and circuit networks
3.1.9 Magnetism and electromagnetism
3.1.10 Electromagnetic inducion
3.1.11 Mutual induction
3.1.12 Basic motor principle
3.1.13 Definitions and laws
3.2 Electronic components
3.2.1 Introduction
3.2.2 Components
3.2.3 Integrated circuits
4 Electric vehicle technology
4.1 Electric vehicle layouts
4.1.1 Identifying electric vehicles
4.1.2 Single motor
4.1.3 Wheel motors
4,2 Hybrid electric vehicle layouts
4.2.1 Introduction
4.2.2 Classifications
4.2.3 Operation
4.2.4 Configurations
4.2.5 48V Hybrid system
4.2.6 Hybrid control systems
4.2.7 Hybrid case study
4.2.8 Efficiency
4,3 Cables and components
4.3.1 High-voltage cables
4.3.2 Components
4.3.3 ECE-R100
4,4 Other systems
4.4.1 Heating and air conditioning
4.4.2 Thermal challenges
4.4.3 Liquid cooling
4.4.4 Heat pumps
4.4.5 Brakes
4.4.6 Power-assisted steering
4.4.7 DC to DC converter
4.4.8 Thermal management case study
4.5 High voltage safety system
4.5.1 Introduction
4.5.2 Pilot line
4.5.3 Crash safety
4.5.4 Insulation resistance
4,6 Heavy vehicles
4.6.1 Overview
4.6.2 Example components
5 Batteries
5.1 Overview
5.1.1 Battery range
5.1.2 Battery life and recycling
5.1.3 State of charge
5.1.4 State of health of battery
5.2 Types of battary
5.2.1 Lead-acid batteries (Pb-Pb02)
5.2.2 Alkaline (Ni-cad, Ni-Fe and Ni-MH)
5.2.3 Sodium-nickel chloride (Na-NiCl2)
5.2.4 Sodium-sulphur (Na-S)
5.2.5 Lithium-ion (Li-ion)
5.2.6 Fuelcells
5.2.7 Super-capacitors
5.2.8 Flywheels
5.2.9 Summary
5.3 Battery developments
5.3.1 Temperature
5.3.2 Fast charging batteries
5.3.3 Thermal runaway
5.3.4 Solid-state batteries
5.3.5 Cloud-based swarm intelligence
6 Motors and control systems
6.1 Introduction
6.1.1 Types of motor
6.1.2 Trends
6.2 Construction and function of electric motors
6.2.1 AC motors: basic principle
6.2.2 Asynchronous motor
6.2.3 Synchronous motor: permanent excitation
6.2.4 DC motor: series wound
6.2.5 DC motor: separately excited shunt wound
6.2.6 Motor torque and power characteristics
6.2.7 Electronically commutated motor
6.2.8 Switched reluctance motor
6.2.9 Motor efficiency
6.3 Control system
6.3.1 Introduction
6.3.2 Basic operation
6.3.3 Startup and shut down
6.3.4 High-voltage DC relays
6.3.5 Power control
6.3.6 Pulse width modulation
6.3.7 Sensors
6.3.8 Battery
6.3.9 Cell balancing
6.3.10 Component cooling
6.4 Motor updates and developments
6.4.1 Winding shapes and insulation
6.4.2 Axial and radial windings
7 Charging
Charging, standards and infrastructure
7.1.1 Infrastructure
7.1.2 Charging time
7.1.3 Cost
7.1.4 Standardization
7.1.5 Charging methods
7.1.6 Charging modes
7.1.7 Communication
7.1.8 EU system
7.1.9 Charging plugs
7.1.10 Vehicle-to-grid technology
7.2 Wireless power transfer
7.2.1 introduction
7.2.2 Stationary WPT
7.2.3 Dynamic WPT
7.2.4 BMW case study
8 Maintenance, repairs and replacement
8.1 Before work commences
8.1.1 Introduction
8.1.2 Technical information
8.1.3 De-energizing
8.2 During work
8.2.1 Maintenance intervals
8.2.2 Repairs affecting other vehicle systems
8.2.3 Inspect high-voltage components
8.3 Remove and replace
8.3.1 High-voltage components
8.3.2 Battery pack
8.3.3 Low-voltage components
8.4 Completion of work
8.4.1 Re-energizing
8.4.2 Results, records and recommendations
8,5 Roadside assistance
8.5.1 Introduction
8.5.2 Emergency start
8.5.3 Roadside repairs
8.5.4 Recovery
8.5.5 Towing
8.5.6 Emergency response
8.5.7 Fire
8.5.8 Battery transport
8.5.9 Pro-Assist mobile app
9 Diagnostics
9.1 Introduction
9.2 Hybrid and Electric Vehicle Repair Alliance
9.3 Insulation testing
9.4 Live data
9.4.1 Introduction
9.4.2 Live data
9.5 Diagnostic and repair case studies
9.5.1 introduction
9.5.2 Air conditioning
9.5.3 Lexus isolation fault
9.5.4 Renault Zoe PEB repair
9.5.5 inside the Renault-Continental PEB
9.5.6 Peugeot Ion battery repair
9.5.7 Peugeot lon charger repair
9.5.8 High voltage system power up
9.5.9 Coolant pump control
10 Website
10.1 Introduction
10.2 Resources
10.3 Hybrid simulation program

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