|Teaching Modules||Contents||Total hours||ECTS/CFU|
|1) Vehicle Dynamics Fundamental
|Fundamentals of vehicle dynamics. Aerodynamics. Tires.||150||6|
|2) Virtual Dynamics Design and Simulation
|Multibody analyses introduction.
Adams Car. Real-time analyses.
From real-time virtual Dynamics to Dynamic driving simulator.
|3) VI-Grade Static Simulator training
|Experimental training with static driving simulator.||100||4|
|4) Propulsion: IC &Hybrid
|Internal combustion engines. Main features and performances.
Engine architectures. Fuel consumptions and perfomances. Electric motors. Generators.
Bacteried and accumulators. Power supply system. Recharge systems. Connection systems. Cable connection wires.
|5) Vehicle Dynamics Control
|Introduction to control systems and regulators. Breaking control systems, stability control systems and traction control systems, Vector control.||25||1|
|6) Advanced Driving Course
|Driving experience and training||25||1|
|7) SkydriveDynamic Simulator
|Simulation of race track activities propaedeutic to the final examination||25||1|
|8) Race Track Management and Vehicle Set Up for Performance
|Basic knowledge and tools evaluation. Manuals and regulations. Methodology for an effective race carsetting. Analyses of Track tests.||225||9|
|9) Race Engineering Science
|Every day task and performance evaluation.
Development of a methodology to ‘read driver’s mind’.
|10) Data acquisition
|Data acquisition systems. Data analysis. Transducers and sensors.
|11) Biomechanics: Driver/Vehicleinteraction
|Integrated system for the driver training . Driver/pilot physiology. Psycho-physical stress and physiological adaptation. Environmental factors.||50||2|