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New fuels And Advanced Mobility

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Topic: New Fuels And Advanced Mobility 

The course is intended for design engineers, installation technicians, and quality assurance teams. This course helps participants obtain a solid foundation of information about alternative fuels, alternative fuel vehicles, and advanced technology vehicles. Through this course, participants gain the ability to discuss different alternative fuel technologies, fuel prices, and how they are affected by national and international events. Unstable fuel prices, coupled with concerns for the environment and air quality, have led many Americans to seek information about alternatives to gasoline, diesel fuel, and other petroleum-based products.

Prerequisites: None

Delivery Mode: E-Learning

Who Should Attend?

  • Heavy-Duty CNG Fuel System Manufacturers
  • Heavy-Duty Vehicle Manufacturers
  • General Public / Consumers
  • Fleet Managers
  • Construction / Contractors
  • Secondary Education
  • Post-Secondary Education
  • Light-Duty SVMs
  • CNG Fuel System Integrators
  • Autogas Fuel System Design Engineers
  • Autogas & CNG Fuel System Installation Technicians
  • Quality Assurance Teams

Course Objectives:

  • Describe the sources and effects of air pollution caused by transportation vehicles.
  • Explain the problem of dependence on foreign energy supplies.
  • List the alternative fuels and advanced vehicle technologies that are currently available or in development.
  • Explain the advantages, disadvantages, technology, components, infrastructure, and availability of
  • Ethanol, methanol, and synthetic fuels
  • Natural gas (compressed and liquified)
  • Battery-powered electric vehicles
  • Hydrogen-powered vehicles
  • Hybrid electric vehicles
  • Propane autogas
  • Fuel cells
  • Plug-in hybrids

Course Content

INTRODUCTION
Module1: Why do we need alternative fuels? Laws, regulations, programs, and incentives Propane vehicles and Natural gas vehicles
Module2: Battery-powered electric vehicles, Hybrid electric vehicles, Hydrogen-powered vehicles, Fuel cells