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  Course: ASE 2210
  Title:HEV/BEV Safety and Operation
  Long Title:Hybrid Vehicle/Electric Vehicle Safety and Operation
  Course Description:Provides an overview of HEV (Hybrid Electric Vehicles) and BEV (Battery Electric Vehicles) design, layout, systems, and operations emphasizing safety procedures.
  Min Credit:4
  Max Credit:

  Course Notes: Entered new coure 10/2022
  Origin Notes: ACC

 1.  Explain the history of hybrid electric vehicles and battery electric vehicles (HEV/BEVs).
 2.  Apply HEV and BEV standard safety procedures, services, and repairs.
 3.  Describe the theories and operations of series, parallel, series-parallel, battery electric vehicles, and plug-in hybrids.
 4.  Explain the theory and operation of HEV and BEV electrified powertrains, including system and component types.
 5.  Differentiate between drivability issues caused by the internal combustion engine and hybrid drive system.
 6.  Diagnose malfunctions of transmission and driveline systems.
 7.  Identify failures or problems in electric and electronic steering systems.
 8.  Analyze brake system performance problems, including hydraulic system and regenerative system malfunction.  

 I.    History of electric vehicles
        A.  Hybrid
        B.  Battery
 II.   Safety
        A.  High voltage cables and warning labels identification
        B.  Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)
             1.  Testing
             2.  Use
             3.  Handling
        C.  Electrical test equipment
             1.  Identification
             2.  Safe use
             3.  Handling
        D.  Safety interlock system components location
 III.  Design and layout
        A.  Theory and operation
            1.  Series HEV
            2.  Parallel HEV
            3.  Series-parallel HEV
            4.  Plug-in HEV
            5.  Battery electric vehicles
 IV.   Theory and operation
        A.  Hybrid and battery electric vehicles
        B.  Battery pack
            1.  Heating and cooling systems
            2.  Internal components and layout
            3.  Malfunctions
        C.  Charging modes and processes
        D.  Graphing of resolver and encoder sensor outputs
        E.  Drivability issues related to drive motor/generator malfunctions
        F.  Extraction of Diagnostic Trouble Codes (DTC) relating to drivability complaints
        G.  Application of basic vehicle operation modes across manufacturers
        H.  High-voltage system impact sensors
            1.  Operation
            2.  Diagnosis
            3.  Replacement
        I.  AC/DC inverter
            1.  Diagnosis
            2.  Repair
            3.  Replacement
        J.  DC/DC converter
            1.  Diagnosis
            2.  Replacement
            3.  Repair of system main relays (SMR)
        K.  Electrically driven AC compressor.
        L.  Identify of methods for supplying heat to the passenger compartment
        M.  Pedestrian alert systems
        N.  Internal Combustion Engine (ICE) and electric interaction
        O.  Electric and electronic steering systems
 V.     Transmission diagnosis and repair
        A.  Motor/generator malfunction
            1.  Diagnosis
            2.  Repair
        B.  Electrically operated parking pawl
            1.  Diagnosis
            2.  Repair
        C.  Electronic transmission range selectors
            1.  Diagnosis
            2.  Repair
 VI.   Brake Systems
        A.  Hydraulic
        B.  Regenerative
 VII.  Diagnosis & repair
        A.  Diagnosis and repair of loss of isolation
        B.  Cabin display driver indicators

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