High Voltage Hybrid Electrical Systems – Ford HF-35 Hybrid Transaxle Electrical Operation

Transaxle usage at 0:40
3-phase cable connections at 2:20
Inverter location in vehicle at 2:40
External Electric oil pump at 3:00
Purpose of hybrid transmission fluid at 3:55
Ford humor at Toyota’s expense at 4:30
Parallel axis transaxle at 4:45
Ford humor at FCA’s expense at 6:28
Rotor purpose and construction at 7:10
Magnetic field/poles demonstration at 7:50
Stator electro-magnetic field discussion at 9:00
Magnetic field/pole rotation demonstration at 9:22
Resolver rotor (cams) and resolver function at 10:00
Synchronization of stator electro-magnetic fields with rotor magnetic fields (Synchronous AC motor) at 11:00
Mechanical oil pump at 12:45
Stator temperature sensors and 3-phase connections at 13:22
Motor and generator wye-wound stators at 15:50
Three stator electrical connections at 16:40
Resolvers at 19:00
Stator cooling at 19:50
Internal mode switch at 21:17
Deceleration and regenerative braking at 22:00
AC to DC rectification and smoothing at 23:20
Induction motors at 25:20

Weber State University (WSU) – Department of Automotive Technology – Ardell Brown Technology Wing – Transmission Lab.

This episode covers High Voltage Hybrid Electrical Systems – Specifically the electrical operation of the 2013-2016 Ford Fusion Hybrid HF-35 transaxle. Internal electrical components and operation are discussed.

This topic is taught as part of our 4-year bachelor’s degree program. For more information on the Weber Automotive program, visit: http://www.weber.edu/automotive

This video was created and edited by Professor John D. Kelly at WSU. For a full biography, see http://www.weber.edu/automotive/J_Kelly.html