Hybrid and Electric Vehicle Technology

Courses Details

EUT101 Motor Vehicle Mechanics

Motor Vehicle Mechanics lesson makes the program students know about vehicles and also collects the data required for the solution of a problem in vehicles, also provides theoretical and practical knowledge to solve the problem with the help of scientific methods.

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Motor Vehicle Mechanics

EUT101

1

3

3

0

3

4

Weekly Subjects

Week

Subject

1

Information about motor vehicles

2

Wheel mechanics

3

Road resistors

4

Rolling, Air and Wind resistors

5

Slope and Acceleration resistance

6

Wheel holding and sliding calculation

7

midterm exam

8

Static load distribution on the linear road vehicle

9

Static load distribution on vehicle on inclined road

10

Maximum holding and braking forces

11

Bend attitude and sliding

12

Finding the center of gravity of the systems

13

Rolling axis

14

Finding the rolling radius of the wheel

15

Braking account

16

General (Final) Exam


EUT103 Hybrid and Electric Vehicle Techonology

Hybrid and electric vehicle technology course provides students to the knowledge of hybrid and electric vehicles, and also teaches the principles of operation of vehicles.

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Hybrid and Electric Vehicle Techonology

EUT103

1

3

3

0

3

4

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Week

Subject

1

Introduction to hybrid and electric vehicle technology

2

Hybrid vehicle types, operating principles

3

Electric vehicle types, operating principles

4

Components of hybrid and electric vehicles

5

Performance analysis of hybrid vehicles

6

Braking basics

7

Midterm

8

Battery technology

9

Modeling of hybrid vehicles

10

Modeling of hybrid vehicles

11

Modeling of electric vehicles

12

Modeling of electric vehicles

13

Alternative fuel hybrid vehicles

14

Emission control in hybrid vehicles

15

Controller design for hybrid and electric vehicles

16

General (Final) Exam


EUT102 Computer Aided Drawing And Design

In this course, students learn technical drawing and design program.

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Computer Aided Drawing And Design

EUT102

2

3

2

1

3

4

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Week

Subject

1

Introduction to technical drawing

2

Measuring instruments and dimensioning

3

Projection principles and views

4

Profile views

5

Surface roughness and surface treatment symbols

6

Welding symbols and tolerances

7

Midterm

8

Introduction to computer aided solid modeling course

9

Learning planes, introduction to drawing and learning drawing commands

10

Introduction to solid modeling and learning of solid modeling commands

11

Learning solid modeling commands

12

Learning the introduction to assembly and assembly commands

13

Learning assembly commands

14

Drawing of machine elements

15

Assembly and motion study

16

General (final) exam


EUT104  Internal Combustion Engines

In this course, students of the department will know internal combustion engines and their usage areas

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Internal  Combustion Engines

EUT104

2

3

2

1

3

3

Weekly Subjects

Week

Subject

1

Introduction to internal combustion engines

2

Define of engine parts

3

Working principle of internal combustion engines

4

Theoretical engine cycles (otto, diesel, mixed cycles)

5

Practical engine cycles (otto, diesel, mixed cycles)

6

Basic kinematic calculations

7

Basic kinematic calculations

8

Midterm

9

Fuels and combustion chemistry

10

Fuels and combustion chemistry

11

Combustion system in spark ignition engines

12

Combustion system in ignition engines with compression

13

Engine maintenance tests

14

Brake systems

15

Lubrication and cooling systems

16

General (Final) Exam


EUT201 Power Train

The aim of this course is to introduce students to power train. They learn the functions of parts and sensors used in power train and can easily maintain and repair.

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Power Train

EUT201

3

2

2

0

2

2

Weekly Subjects

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Subject

1

Identification of powertrain

2

Coupling, working principles

3

Hydraulic clutch centers

4

Front-wheel drive gearboxes

5

Mechanical gearboxes

6

Mechanical gearboxes

7

Hydraulic power transmission, Torque Converter systems

8

Midterm

9

Automatic Transmission Planetary Gear Systems

10

Automatic Transmission Hydraulic System

11

Roller, Belt Chain System of Variable Geometry Gearbox

12

Roller, Belt Chain System of Variable Geometry Gearbox

13

Robot gearboxes

14

Shafts

15

Axles

16

General (final) exam


EUT105 Basic Electric and Electronics

Circuit elements: sources, resistors, capacitors, coils. Basic laws of electrical circuits. Electric energy sources, conductors, insulators and semiconductors. Kirchoff's currents and voltages law. Voltage and current sources. Circuit solution methods used in the analysis of electrical circuits. Introduction to semiconductor devices, diode and simple diode circuits.

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Basic Electric and Electronics

EUT105

1

3

3

0

3

4

Weekly Subjects

Week

Subject

1

International system of unit

2

Basic elements used in electrical systems

3

Electric energy sources, conductors, insulators and semiconductors

4

Concepts such as current, voltage, energy, power and electric charge

5

Ohm's Law, Resistance element and application areas

6

Kirchoff's currents and voltages law. Analysis of DC circuits

7

AC signals, alternating current, period, frequency, amplitude, RMS concepts

8

Midterm

9

Capacity and capacitors. Inductance and coils

10

Voltage and current sources, connections and transformations

11

Delta-Star connected circuits

12

Environmental currents method and application steps

13

Node voltage method and application steps

14

Other theorems used in the analysis of electrical circuits

15

Introduction to semiconductor devices, diode and simple diode circuits

16

General (Final) Exam


EUT106 Analog Electronics

Electrical properties and classification of solids. Intrinsic and doped semiconductors and dopping. PN junction, diode types and characteristics. Ideal diode, zener diode and diode circuit applications. Structure, working regions and polarization of transistors (BJT, FET). Power control elements and other circuit elements.

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Analog Electronics

EUT106

2

3

3

0

3

3

Weekly Subjects

Week

Subject

1

Electrical properties of solids, ohms law and ohmic conductors, resistance and resistivity, conduction and conductivity

2

Classification of solids according to their electrical conductivity

3

Intrinsic and doped semiconductors, n- and p- type semiconductors and dopping

4

PN junction and semiconductor diode, diode types, i-v characteristic, physical structure

5

Ideal diode definition, diode circuit applications I

6

Diode circuit applications II, Zener diode i-v characteristic

7

Circuit applications with Zener diodes, other diodes

8

Midterm

9

BJT physical structure, BJT end characteristics, working regions, polarization

10

Low frequency small signal model

11

Basic BJT Amplifiers

12

Field Effect Transistors (FETs)

13

Polarization Connections in FETs

14

FET Applications

15

Power Control Elements and Other Circuit Elements

16

General (Final) Exam


EUT203 Electric Machinery

Magnetic field, magnetic circuit and losses. Transformer, equivalent circuit and impedance conversion. Transformer efficiency, three-phase transformers and star-star, star-delta, delta-star, delta-delta connections. Alternating current machines. General principles of synchronous machines, measurement of machine model parameters. Synchronous generators and parallel operation. Asynchronous motors, speed-moment characteristic, speed control and frequency change. Fundamentals of DC machines, starting and braking.

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Electric Machinery

EUT203

3

3

3

0

3

3

Weekly Subjects

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Subject

1

Magnetic field, magnetic circuit, Ampere's Law, reluctance, flux, flux density, magnetic behavior of materials, energy losses in magnetic materials: hysteresis and eddy current losses, Faraday's law, Lenz's law.

2

Transformer, construction and types, ideal transformer, impedance conversion, true single phase transformer, voltage ratio, magnetization current, current ratio, equivalent circuit.

3

Measurement of equivalent circuit parameters: open circuit and short circuit tests, per-unit system, phasor diagram.

4

Transformer efficiency, tuning transformers, voltage adjustment, autotransformer, three-phase transformers, star-star, star-delta,  delta-star,  delta-delta connections.

5

AA Makina foundations. Rotating field concept, aa machine windings, magneto motor force distribution, induced moment, losses, power flow and efficiency.

6

General principles of synchronous machines. Equivalent circuit, phasor diagrams, measurement of machine model parameters.

7

Synchronous generator. Operation of the stand-alone synchronous generator. Synchronous generator working parallel to other generators. Parallel working conditions of synchronous generators.

8

Midterm

9

Basic principles of synchronous motor operation. Continuous state operation of the synchronous motor. Starting synchronous motors. Rated values ​​of synchronous motors.

10

Construction and types of asynchronous motors. Rotating magnetic field, the speed of the rotating magnetic field. Basic asynchronous motor concepts, formation of induced moment, concept of slip in rotor, electrical frequency in rotor, equivalent circuit in asynchronous motor.

11

Power and moment in asynchronous motors. Losses, efficiency, speed-momnet characteristic. Subtraction of induced voltage equation, overturning moment equation, equivalent circuit model parameters.

12

Change of speed-moment characteristic, control of motor characteristics with lattice asynchronous motor rotor designs: deep groove and double cage, different types of design classes, starting asynchronous motors: starting with low voltage, current limiting with series resistors, delta-star starting. Speed ​​control in Asenron motors: pole number change, line frequency change (V / f control).

13

DA Machine foundations. Rotating frame, commutation, armature coils.

14

DA engines and generators. Equivalent circuits of DC motors, magnetization curves. Free excitation and shunt DC motors. DA motors with permanent magnets, series motors. Kompund engines.

15

Starting and braking motors. Speed ​​regulation methods of DC motors.

16

General (Final) Exam


EUT205 Power Electronics

Content of Power Electronics and Industrial Applications; Structure of Control and Protection System and Linear Power Supplies; Definition of Signal and Signal Generators; Working Principle and Properties of Diode and SCR Power Elements; Working Principles and Properties of BJT and MOSFET Power Elements; Working Principles and Properties of Triac, GTO, MCT and IGBT Power Elements; AC-DC Converters (Rectifiers); Inspection of Uncontrolled AC-DC Converters; Examination of Controlled AC-DC Converters; Generalized Analysis of AC-DC Converters and Its Effect on AC Network; Introduction to AC-AC Converters (AC Choppers) and Single Phase AC-AC Converters; Three Phase AC-AC Converters; Generalized Analysis of AC-AC Converters and Effect on AC Network.

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Power Electronics

EUT205

3

3

3

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3

3

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Subject

1

Introduction to Power Electronics and Historical Development

2

Content of Power Electronics and Industrial Applications

3

Structure of the Control and Protection System and Linear Power Supplies: Liner Power Supplies with Zener Diodes and Regulators

4

Definition of Signal and Signal Generators

5

Working Principle and Properties of Diode and SCR Power Elements

6

Working Principle and Properties of BJT and MOSFET Power Elements

7

Working Principle and Properties of Triac, GTO, MCT and IGBT Power Elements

8

Midterm

9

Introduction to AC-DC Converters: Phase Control Method, Two Phase and Half and Full Wave Definition, Positive and Negative Sequence or Element Definition, Application Block Diagrams, Single and Three Phase Voltage Concept

10

Inspection of Uncontrolled AC-DC Converters: Half Wave and Full Wave Uncontrolled Rectifiers

11

Examination of Controlled AC-DC Converters: Two Phase Half Wave and Full Wave Controlled Rectifiers

12

Generalized Analysis of AC-DC Converters and Its Effect on AC Mains: Control Pattern, Output Voltage and Working Zones and Definitions of Voltage and Current of a Power Element, Current Components and Total Harmonic Distortion, Deflection and Power Factor Definitions Based on Basic Current, Power Expressions, Power Circle diagram

13

Introduction to AC-AC Converters and Single Phase AC-AC Converters: Single Phase Basic and Other AC Choppers

14

Review of Three Phase AC-AC Converters

15

Generalized Analysis of AC-AC Converters and Its Effect on AC Mains: Control Pattern, Output Voltage and Working Zones and Voltage and Current of a Power Element

16

General (Final) Exam


EUT207 Battery Management Systems

Overview of battery management systems and terminology. The structure of the electrochemical cell, the storage and release of energy. Creation of equivalent circuit models. BMS serial communication link. Simulating battery packs, health estimation algorithms and cell balancing. Fault detection.

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Battery Management Systems

EUT207

3

2

2

0

2

2

Weekly Subjects

Week

Subject

1

Introduction to battery management systems and terminology

2

Structure of electrochemical cell, storage and release of energy, electrochemical cells (PbA and NiMH)

3

Negative and positive electrodes for lithium-ion cells. Electrolytes and separators for lithium-ion cells. All cell voltages and battery current in BMS

4

Equivalent circuit models

5

Micro Scale Cell Models

6

Lithium movement between solid and electrolyte phases

7

State-Space models and discrete time realization algorithm

8

Midterm

9

Serial communication in battery management systems

10

Simulating battery packs

11

Charge Status Forecast Algorithms

12

Battery health forecast algorithms

13

Battery cell balancing

14

Voltage-based power limit estimation

15

Fault detection

16

General (Final) Exam


EUT107 Introduction to Programming and Algorithms

Introduction, Criteria, Resources, Content, Basic concepts (binary, decimal and hex number systems, logical expressions, arithmetic operations), Introduction to Algorithms, Developing algorithms, line, code, counter, flag, condition, decision, Flow diagram, Multiple Conditions, Pseudo code, line algorithm, pseudo code via flow diagram, Basic algorithms, applications, Transition to coding, C # programming Language Introduction, Program development with C #, Data I / O operations, One dimensional arrays, Multiple dimensional arrays, Sorting algorithms, Search algorithms Decision making algorithms, advanced programming examples with C #

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Introduction to Programming and Algorithms

EUT107

1

3

1

2

2

4

Weekly Subjects

Week

Subjects

1

Introduction, Criteria, Resources, Content

2

Basics (Binary, decimal and hex numbers, logical expressions,  arithmetic operations), Introduction to Algorithms

3

Developing Algorithms, Lines, Codes, Counters, Flags, statements, decision making

4

Flow Charts, Multiple Conditions

5

Pseudo codes, Line algorithms, pseudo codes over flow charts

6

Basic Algorithms and Applications

7

Introduction to Coding, Introduction to C# programming language

8

Midterm

9

Developing C# programs, Data I/O Processes

10

One-Dimension Arrays

11

Multiple Dimension Arrays

12

Sorting Algorithms

13

Searching Algorithms

14

Decision Making Algorithms

15

Examples of advanced programming in C#

16

Final Exam


EUT108 Processor Architecture

Pipeline, I/O Organization, Interrupts, Memory Access, Memory Organization, Disk Arrays, Multiprocessor and Multi-Core Systems, Floating Point Numbers, Assembly programming examples 

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Processor Architecture

EUT108

2

3

3

0

3

3

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Week

Subjects

1

Pipeline

2

Assembly Code Examples for Pipeline

3

I/O Organization

4

Assembly Code Examples for I/O Organization

5

Interrupts

6

Assembly Code Examples for Interrupts

7

Direct Memory Access and Assembly Code Examples

8

Midterm

9

Memory Organization

10

Assembly Code Examples for Memory Organization

11

RAID

12

Assembly Code Examples for RAID

13

Multiprocessor and Multicore Systems

14

Assembly Code Examples for Multiprocessor and Multicore Systems

15

Floating Point Numbers and Assembly Code Examples

16

Final Exam


EUT209 Microcontrollers

Memory systems, Simplified PIC18 microcontroller block diagram, Using MPLAB and ICD2 programmer/debugger, Interfacing LEDs and 7-segment displays, Program counters, Interfacing switches and touchpads, Discrete I/O ports, Building a 2-digit adder-subtractor, Introduction to programming of 18F series with CCS C, PWM, ADC, Interrupts and examples, Experiments with thermometer sensor and tachometer with encoders, Serial communication circuit example, Introduction to Arduino, ADC, PWM examples with Arduino, Serial communication examples with Arduino, Serial sensor communication, Driving servo and DC motor with Arduino and motor drivers, Coding Arduino serial port PC interface, Introduction to Raspberry PI, Introduciton to Image Processing with Raspberry PI

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Microcontrollers

EUT209

3

3

1

2

2

3

Weekly Subjects

Week

Subjects

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Memory systems, Simplified PIC18 microcontroller block diagram, Using MPLAB and ICD2 programmer/debugger, Interfacing LEDs and 7-segment displays

2

Program counters, Interfacing switches and touchpads

3

Discrete I/O ports, Building a 2-digit adder-subtractor

4

Introduction to programming of 18F series with CCS C

5

PWM, ADC, Interrupts and examples

6

Experiments with thermometer sensor and tachometer with encoders

7

Serial communication circuit example

8

Midterm

9

Introduction to Arduino

10

ADC, PWM examples with Arduino

11

Serial communication examples with Arduino, Serial sensor communication

12

Driving servo and DC motor with Arduino and motor drivers

13

Coding Arduino serial port PC interface

14

Introduction to Raspberry PI

15

Introduciton to Image Processing with Raspberry PI

16

Final Exam


EUT211 Communication Network in Vehicles

Communication network requirements of vehicles, Communication network structure of vehicles, Serial communication, SPI Communication, I2C Communication, CAN Communication, FlexRay communication protocols

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Communication Network in Vehicles

EUT211

3

2

2

0

2

2

Weekly Subjects

Week

Subjects

1

Requirements of vehicle communication networks

2

Communication network structure of vehicles

3

Communication network structure of vehicles

4

Serial Communication Structure

5

Examples of Serial Communication

6

SPI Structure

7

Examples of SPI Structure

8

Midterm

9

I2C Structure

10

Examples of I2C Structure

11

CAN Structure

12

Examples of CAN Structure

13

Examination of CAN Communication Applications

14

FlexRay Structure

15

Examples of FlexRay Structure

16

Final Exam


EUT213 Numerical Analysis And Control
 

Introduction to MATLAB, MATLAB derivative Octave, Syntaxes, Variables, File Creation, Conditions, Loops, Vectors, Encryption and Authentication Algorithms, Communication, Controllers and Data Filtering, Image Processing, Video Processing, Object Recognition, Numerical Methods, Prediction Algorithms Development

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Numerical Analysis And Control 

EUT213

3

3

2

1

3

3

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Subjects

1

Introduction to MATLAB,  Octave as a MATLAB derivative

2

Syntax

3

Variables

4

Creating Files

5

Statements

6

Loops

7

Vectors

8

Midterm

9

Communication with Encryption and Authentication Algorithms

10

Controllers and Data Filtering

11

Image processing

12

Video Processing

13

Object Recognition

14

Numerical Methods

15

Developing Forecast Algorithms

16

Final Exam

 

 

 

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