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NO.1 Best Hybrid Car Technology Course #Shamsabad, Rwp #2023

6 months ago   Services   Rawalpindi   68 views Reference: 10046676

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Location: Rawalpindi

Price: ₨123


ICTE
International College of Technical Education Pvt. Ltd
Head Office :
Office # 27, Second Floor, Maryam Shadi Hall Plaza
(Airies Plaza), Shamsabad, Murree Road,
Rawalpindi, Pakistan 46000.
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NO.1 Best Hybrid Car Technology Course #Shamsabad, Rwp #2023
Hybrid Electric Vehicle Course is a professional course wherein students are taught dynamics, charging, battery assembling, designing engines, interior and exterior spacing, etc. of hybrid electric vehicles. Hybrid electric vehicles are powered by an internal combustion engine and one or more electric motors, which uses energy stored in batteries. A hybrid electric vehicle cannot be plugged in to charge the battery. Instead, the battery is charged through regenerative braking and by the internal combustion engine. The extra power provided by the electric motor can potentially allow for a smaller engine. The battery can also power auxiliary loads and reduce engine idling when stopped. Together, these features result in better fuel economy without sacrificing performance. Today's hybrid electric vehicles (HEVs) are powered by an internal combustion engine in combination with one or more electric motors that use energy stored in batteries. HEVs combine the benefits of high fuel economy and low tailpipe emissions with the power and range of conventional vehicles.A hybrid vehicle is a type of car that uses two or more different power sources to move the vehicle. The most common type of hybrid vehicle is a gas-electric hybrid, which uses both gasoline and electricity to power the car. Hybrid vehicles are becoming increasingly popular as people look for ways to save money on fuel and reduce their environmental impact.
The hybrid car has five main components: the gas engine, the electric motor, the battery, the power control unit, and the regenerative braking system. Let's take a closer look at each one:

The Gas Engine: The gas engine is responsible for providing power to the wheels when needed. It typically runs on gasoline or diesel, but some hybrid cars also use alternative fuels such as natural gas or propane.

The Electric Motor: The electric motor is used to power the car at lower speeds and during start-up. It is usually powered by a battery, but some hybrid cars also have an onboard generator that can recharge the battery while you are driving.
The Battery: The battery is what powers the electric motor and is typically located under the hood of the car. It is important to keep the battery charged in order to maintain optimal performance.
A wide variety of HEV models are currently available. Although HEVs are often more expensive than similar conventional vehicles, some cost may be recovered through fuel savings or state incentives. Compare HEV and non-hybrid models side by side using the "Can a Hybrid Save Me Money?" tool on FuelEconomy.gov. The tool compares the costs of a selected HEV with a comparably equipped non-hybrid model from the same manufacturer and provides fuel cost savings associated with the HEV option.

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