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View Resource An Overview of a Hybrid Electric Vehicle (HEV) Transmission

This module consists of a lab, PowerPoint presentation, and modified syllabus which all relate to Toyota's continuously variable HEV transmission. All materials were developed under a seed grant from the CAAT. The PowerPoint discusses the following: the use of a dry dampener in place of a torque converter,the various roles and controls of each motor in the transmission, structure and ef...

View Resource An Overview of Hybrid Electric Vehicle (HEV) Technologies

This PowerPoint presentation and lab provide a general overview of HEVs and the technologies powering them. Both were developed to enhance automotive courses with HEV technologies through seed funding from the CAAT. The included slides reflect these changes made for HEV technologies. This resource has two areas of focus: HEV theory of operation and safety and service procedures. The follo...

View Resource How is E85 Ethanol Made?

An article and flash animation by General Motors discussing the lifecycle of E85 from the growth of corn to burning E85 in an engine.

View Resource Introduction to Hybrid and Electric Vehicle Engineering

This course was developed by Dr. Vladimir V. Vantsevich through seed funding from CAAT and is offered at Lawrence Technical Institute as a 3 credit senior level mechanical engineering course. Included in this course are PowerPoint presentations, labs, assignments (no solutions), and syllabus. If you?re an instructor and need access to solutions, please contact the CAAT. The course focuses on...

View Resource Electrical Engineering Term Paper Assignment

This document is a term paper assignment given as part of a course on electrical circuits, taught by Mack Moge at the University of Houston. The term paper project asks students to "investigate and collect data about the current electrical energy use in various buildings and to provide some creative solutions for minimizing the energy use." The students will apply their engineering knowledge to...

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