BMS & ECU for Electric Vehicle

About the Program

Learn Introduction & EV Roadmap, EV Architecture, Li-Ion Battery & Battery Management System (BMS), Model Based Development & Integration, ECU Design for Electric Vehicle accompanied with various recent case studies to attain the challenges set by the EV industries with Personalized Industry Mentorship, Career Guidance, and Placement Assistance and much more.

Personalised Mentorship

Get mentored by an experienced EV Industry expert and receive personalised feedback calls for better career guidance.

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Specialized BMS & ECU for Electric Vehicle

Certified by ASDC

Complete all the courses successfully to obtain the certification from ASDC.

• Globally Recognized Certificate

• Recommended program by SMEV, MSME and 17 + Automotive Industries.

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Case Studies

Spot Welding vs Laser Welding

There are two major methods for combining cylindrical cells – spot welding and laser welding. Spot welding although cheaper has its own demerits, in this case, a study we understand the extent to which spot welding might affect cell life.

Swappable Battery Pack

The battery pack is used for providing the energy to drive. The battery pack recharge time is a major concern among consumers and manufacturers alike. To solve these various alternatives have been introduced such as – battery swapping. In this, we talk about the feasibility of swapping and design challenges.

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About BMS & ECU for Electric Vehicle Program

In the Indian electric vehicle ecosystem market analyzed by BIS Research, the EV market is anticipated to grow at a robust CAGR of 43.13% during the forecast period from 2019 to 2030. Additionally, the installation of charging infrastructure is projected to grow at a CAGR of 42.38%. With the entry of local battery manufacturers such as TATA Chemicals and BHEL alongside the import of batteries from global players, the electric vehicle battery market is expected to grow at a whopping CAGR of 60.15% during the forecast period.

The Indian electric vehicle ecosystem market is currently in a nascent phase. The government’s push to ensure EV adoption through subsidies and tax benefits has further propelled the market growth. Despite the Indian automotive industry experiencing a sharp decline in FY2019, the electric vehicle market is expected to continue to grow in the coming years. With the BS6 norms becoming applicable from April 2020, electric vehicles will become more price-competitive with conventionally fueled vehicles, thus accelerating the electric vehicle sales in the country.

This course on Electric/Hybrid Vehicles Design by a team of experts led by an ISIEINDIA technical committee (300+ Professional Member from Indian and Global OEM i.e. M&M, TATA Motors, Renault, TVS etc.)  Brought to you by ISIEINDIA e-learning platform a leading online learning platform for EVs popular in India and South Asia.

Program Overview:

  • Placement Program in BMS and ECU will provide a dynamic academic program inclusive of Software, Model Based Development, Case Study minor projects along with hands-on experience in Electric / Hybrid vehicle Domain. The program imparts practical application of skills in the field of electric vehicle engineering. It provides for a hands-on experience through practical learning and Case Study.

  • The program is also giving you deep learning about Architecture, ECU Design, Li-Ion Battery and BMS along with Mathematical modeling, thermal analysis for EV BMS and ECU.

  • ISIEINDIA well knows platform from 2013 to provide opportunities to learn and develop innovation, technologies, especially in the EV sector. Now, we present the specialization program on Electric / Hybrid Vehicle Design (EV –Design). This program provides you with the most flexible learning environment possible. This program is offered as a self-paced program often referred to as an asynchronous online program which is time-independent, meaning that it can be accessed 24X7. This program can be accessed from multiple devices which makes it easy to learn on the go. Lectures that are pre-recorded or slide presentation with voice-over commentary, interactive discussion boxes, real-time modeling on various advanced software, GIF, Videos, graphs, etc.

Program Outcomes

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Case Studies , Mini Projects and Many more.

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Thermally modelling of a Battery pack

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ECU Design and Selection for EV

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Data Acquisition from BMS

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Motor Design and Performance Analysis

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Learning about Vehicle Architecture, Setup, Block Diagram, and Energy Fellow for EV.

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Integration of Battery, BMS, Motor and ECU

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Model Based Development

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ECU Specification and Requirements

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Mathematical Modelling of Battery

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Learn Li-Ion Battery Design and Development

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Learn how to Simulating vehicle setup on Mat lab Simulink using Powertrain block setup.

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Introduction & EV Roadmap

1
Automotive Industry 2020
00:17:00 hr
2
Need of Electric Vehicle
00:12:00 hr
3
E-mobility Roadmap
00:22:00 hr
4
EV System and Subsystems
00:20:00 hr
5
Weight, Power and Cost Analysis
00:18:00 hr
6
National Electric Mobility Mission Plan 2020
00:06:00 hr
7
FAME Scheme
00:06:00 hr
8
Comparison of Micro to Heavy Electric Vehicles
00:10:00 hr
9
Research Paper / Case Study

EV Architecture

1
EV Vs. ICE Vehicle Comparison (Structural , Technical , Performance , Environmental and Cost )
00:59:00 hr
2
Motor Battery and Controller
3
Traction Motors
00:13:00 hr
4
Motor Principle
00:15:00 hr
5
Motor Types- AC and DC
00:20:00 hr
6
Motor Selection
00:07:00 hr
7
Calculation for Motor Power
00:18:00 hr
8
Motor RPM and Torque Estimation
00:08:00 hr
9
Motor Wiring Diagram
00:06:00 hr
10
Motor Design and Simulation Method
00:05:30 hr
11
Performance Analysis of Motor
00:15:00 hr
12
EV Setup and Energy flow
00:30:00 hr
13
Power train Block set using Simulink
00:45:00 hr
14
Modelling of Electric vehicle in MATLAB
00:30:00 hr
15
Mini Project -1

ECU Design for Electric Vehicle

1
Type of Control System , Specification and Requirements
00:30:00 hr
2
Selection of ECU for Electric Vehicle , Connection Diagram
00:40:00 hr
3
Model Based Development Using Mat lab/Simulink Function – Coming soon
4
Mini Project -2

Li-Ion Battery & Battery Management System (BMS)

1
Li-Ion Battery for EV (Parameter)
00:30:00 hr
2
Calculation for Battery ( Motor Selection, Voltage , WLTP, Capacity & Configuration)
00:30:00 hr
3
Sensors & Telemetry for Battery Pack
00:32:00 hr
4
Data Validation and Cooling System
00:30:00 hr
5
Role of BMS, Block Diagram and architecture
00:12:00 hr
6
BMS & Battery Pack Integration
00:40:00 hr
7
Cell Balancing
00:45:00 hr
8
Battery Charger Circuit using MATLAB Simulink
00:23:00 hr
9
Mini Project -3

Model Based Development & Integration

1
Difference between a DIY pack and a industry grade Battery pack
00:16:00 hr
2
Type of cooling mechanism you need for Battery pack
00:12:00 hr
3
Thermally modelling of a Battery pack
01:00:00 hr
4
Failure Mode Analysis for Battery
00:15:00 hr
5
Battery Performance Index
00:15:00 hr
6
Case Study on Tesla Battery Technology
00:30:00 hr
7
Validation of EV in India
00:10:00 hr
8
Validation of Battery for EV as per ARAI
00:18:00 hr
9
Mini Project-4
10
Assessment 1

Job Offer - Placement for Top Candidates

1
Final Assessment

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Enrolled: 63 students
Duration: 1 Month
Lectures: 48
Video: 20+ Hours
Level: Intermediate
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