E-Mobility – Communication, Architecture and Diagnosis

About the Program

Learn Powertrain Selection and Industry Prospects, Electric Motor and Drive Methods, Power Unit Design and Safety, Electric Vehicle Communication and Diagnostics and Electric Vehicle Communication and Diagnostics Connected Technology 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.

Placement Assistance

Get Placement Assistance with our 100+ hiring partners. A dedicated career mentor will help you in your career transition journey.

Student Support

Student support available 09 AM to 07 PM IST via email or call and get a response within 2 working hours.

Professional Master Certification in EV Engineering,

Certified by ASDC

Complete all the courses successfully to obtain the certification from ASDC, with Industry Partner MG Motors

• Earn a Master in EV Engineering degree

• Widely recognized and valued programmed in EV Engineering


Case Studies

HEV Architecture

Various hybrid vehicle architecture and their significance with respect to the market demands. Comparison study of BMW i8, BMW i3, Toyota Prius and Hyundai Nixon to understand the suitable source of energy as well as a brief look into the F1 Hybrid Setup and how it has revolutionized the hybrid powertrain.

BMS Architecture for EV

BMS Architecture types used for 2-Wheeler and 4-Wheeler operation and how the communication and data gathering is different in both cases.



Case Study on Charging vs Swapping Technology

Charging or battery swapping of them are complementary to each other. This case study will talk about the various parametric comparisons supported by facts and figures to show the difference between both modes.


Best-in-class content by leading faculty and industry leaders in the form of videos, cases and projects

ISIEINDIA Instructors

Learn from leading Industry oriented trainer, faculty and leaders

Our Expert Work At

Top companies from all around the world


Where our Alumni Work

Payment Offers

Now, pay your course fees in installments at no cost EMI available at Credit cards following banks

Powertrain Selection and Industry Prospects: Unit 1 - About EV Industry and Market Study

Lecture 1.1.1 : Golden Era of EV
00:19:37 hr
Lecture 1.1.3 : EV Market and Sales
00:30:00 hr
Lecture 1.1.4 : Components; Trends and Growth
00:30:00 hr
Lecture 1.2.1 : Series Hybrid
00:14:13 hr
Lecture 1.2.2 : Series Parallel
00:09:00 hr
Lecture 1.3.0 : Selection on Motors, their Size and Types – Motors
00:29:00 hr
Lecture 1.3.2 : Hub Motor
00:21:00 hr
Lecture 1.4.0 : Battery Performance Index : Battery
00:16:00 hr

Powertrain Selection and Industry Prospects: Unit 2 - Electric Vehicle Powertrain Selection

Lecture 2.2.0 : Aerodynamics and Its Calculation – Drag Equation
00:10:32 hr
Lecture 2.2.1 : Drag Coefficient
00:25:37 hr
Lecture 2.3.0 : Tire and its various components – Tire Construction and Specification
00:34:57 hr
Lecture 2.3.1 : Wheel Rolling without Slipping
00:03:00 hr
Lecture 2.3.2 : Contact Patch
00:21:00 hr
Lecture 2.3.4 : Hysteresis Loss
00:22:00 hr
Lecture 2.4.0 : Powertrain calculation for 2W – Calculating Parameters
00:33:00 hr
Lecture 2.4.1 : Power Calculation
00:24:00 hr
Lecture 2.5.1 : Gearbox Selection
00:26:00 hr
Lecture 2.5.2 : Motor Characteristics
00:28:00 hr
Unit 2 : Assignment (Electric Vehicle Powertrain Selection)

Electric Motor and Drive Control : Unit 1 - Motor and Controller

Lecture 1.1.0 : Introduction to Motor – Vehicle Coordinate System
00:16:37 hr
Lecture 1.1.1 : Basic Understanding of Motor
00:30:00 hr
Lecture 1.1.2 : SRM Motor
00:12:16 hr
Lecture 1.2.0 : EV Motors basics – Control Principles
00:06:00 hr
Lecture 1.3.0 : Energy generation from braking – Regenerative Braking
00:24:00 hr
Lecture 1.4.1 : Motor Control Quadrant
00:11:00 hr

Electric Motor and Drive Control : Unit 2 - Motor Modelling and Design

Lecture 2.1.0 : Introduction
00:16:04 hr
Lecture 2.3.0 : Add Winding and Material
00:20:26 hr

Electric Motor and Drive Control : Unit 3 - Model Based Simulation

Setting Up Parameters
00:14:00 Hr
Calculation of Energy Consumption

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Enrolled: 37 students
Duration: 6 Month
Lectures: 28
Video: 100+ Hours