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In this course, you will gain a comprehensive understanding of advanced techniques and challenges in the field of control systems for electric vehicles. You will delve into the principles and applications of vector control and explore the principles for charging an energy storage. We will explore the fundamental principles of inverters and discuss key factors that impact their performance and efficiency. The course also highlights specific challenges and difficulties related to motor control and DC/DC charging.
Industry and academy
This course has been developed in collaboration with industry partners within the framework of one of our educational projects. The project aims to provide courses at advanced level to a mix of professionals and students to strengthen the Swedish industry's competitiveness. We apply validation of work experience to see if you have knowledge that corresponds to the entry requirements for the course. Do not forget to attach a curriculum vitae if you are applying based on work experience.

FACTS


CYCLE

Second cycle

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

Bachelor's degree with a major in electrical engineering or equivalent. The first-cycle program shall include at least 3 credits in programming and 15 credits in mathematics. English 6.
You also need approved result from the following course/courses: ELD500-Power Electronics and Electric Drive Systems or the equivalent.

PACE OF STUDY

Part-time

TYPE OF INSTRUCTION

On Campus

PROGRAMME/COURSE DATE


SPRING 2024

SPRING 2024

TEACHING HOURS

Daytime

APPLICATION DEADLINE

16 October 2023

APPLICATION CODE

HV-E1834

START/END

From v.13 2024 to v.22 2024

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