Online course about electric cars

In this blog post, we present the online course MOOC in which we discuss the main points of interest of electric mobility in general and electric cars in particular. An example of the parts of a Tesla will be the basis for a better understanding of this newly emerging technology in our lives.

We will begin by looking at a historical introduction to the present day. And looking to the future, many of us are convinced that in a few years most cars will be electric. Already today we can see how the different means of transport are evolving towards their electric versions. The example par excellence is the electric scooter, without forgetting others like the electric motorbike or the electric bicycle.

At the same time we can see how many brands of cars are introducing to the market new models of electric cars. The Tesla car is the pioneer in this incipient market (with its models Tesla Model X, Tesla Model S and Tesla Model 3).

This type of car is known as pure electric, but there are also other hybrid cars. They can be charged with an electric charger and have a traditional petrol tank.

Once we have seen the main parts of the electric car, we will also see the fundamental parameters for its electric charge, such as types, modes, …

And we will end up presenting the different commercial solutions that we have in Power Electronics for electric recharging. The electric car charging point is vital for the development of electric mobility, so we will see its basic aspects such as how long it takes to charge an electric car depending on the charger.

All this and much more will be analyzed in depth in this online course MOOC that consists of 1h duration and was conducted in the second quarter of 2018. Originally recorded at the Polytechnic University of Valencia and subtitled in English for better compression.

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Module 1

Module 2

Module 3A

Module 3B

Module 4A

Module 4B



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