Electric Vehicle Design, Simulation and Component Selection

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Learn Electrical Vehicle Design, Crashworthiness, Aerodynamics, Powertrain, Energy Storage System Design and Safety and Homologation and Testing 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.

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Case Studies

Battery Placement in EV

The electric vehicle has brought a major change in the way vehicles are being designed. Unlike IC Engine, the NVH requirement is less as well. The placement of the battery pack has also affected the way panels are designed.

Battery Charging vs Battery Swapping

When it comes to EV design, it is really important to know which way to choose, battery swapping or charging as it will alter the design.

 

EV Market Impact

The EV market has grown the most despite the COVID-19 situation in the past year. In this, we take a look at the various parameters affecting the EV market and how the government and manufacturers have joined hands to promote EV.

Single Speed or Multi-Speed Transmission?

The EVs currently in the market are equipped with single speed gearbox, but there are engineers arguing the fact that multi speed gearbox will be much beneficial. In this, we will be discussing the topic and try to understand the difference.

EV Architecture

Fixed motors can deliver better performance, but will result in more weight due to the gearbox. The in-wheel motor will have less losses and reduce weight but would be costlier. Which motor to choose? Which architecture should we go for?

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Electric Machine Design and Industry Prospects: Unit 1 - About EV Industry and Market Study

1
Lecture 1.1.0 : History of Electric Vehicles – Coming of EV in 19th Century
00:29:00 hr
2
Lecture 1.1.1 : Golden Era of EV
00:19:37 hr
3
Lecture 1.1.2 : Coming of New Era in EV
00:19:57 hr
4
Lecture 1.1.3 : EV Market and Sales
00:30:00 hr
5
Lecture 1.1.4 : Components; Trends and Growth
00:30:00 hr
6
Lecture 1.2.0 : HEV Architecture – Parallel Hybrid
00:21:50 hr
7
Lecture 1.2.1 : Series Hybrid
00:14:13 hr
8
Lecture 1.2.2 : Series Parallel
00:09:00 hr
9
Lecture 1.2.3 : Fuel Cell EV
00:07:32 hr
10
Lecture 1.3.0 : Selection on Motors, their Size and Types – Motors
00:29:00 hr
11
Lecture 1.3.1 : Transmissions
00:20:00 hr
12
Lecture 1.3.2 : Hub Motor
00:21:00 hr
13
Lecture 1.4.0 : Battery Performance Index : Battery
00:16:00 hr
14
Unit 1 : Expert Lecture – Live – About EV Industry and Market Study
15
Unit 1 : Assignment – About EV Industry and Market Study

Electric Machine Design and Industry Prospects: Unit 2 - Designing Hood

1
Lecture 2.1.0 : Software Interface – NX CAD – Basics
2
Lecture 2.1.1 : NX CAD – Curves and Sketched
3
Lecture 2.1.2 : NX CAD – Surfacing
4
Lecture 2.1.3 : NX CAD – Assembly
5
Lecture 2.1.4 : Surfacing in CATIA
6
Lecture 2.2.0 : Hood Design – Design Parameters
7
Lecture 2.2.1 : Creating Model
8
Lecture 2.3.0 : Model Geometry Study – Draft Analysis
9
Lecture 2.3.1 : Section Modulus
10
Lecture 2.4.0 : Fender Design
11
Unit 2 : Expert Lecture – Live – Designing Hood
12
Unit 2 : Assignment – Designing Hood

Electric Machine Design and Industry Prospects: Unit 3 - Automotive Safety

1
Lecture 3.1.0 : Automobile Safety System – Crash Safety
2
Lecture 3.1.1 : Roll Over Protection
3
Lecture 3.2.0 : Field View – Windshield Material
4
Lecture 3.2.1 : Windshield Area
5
Lecture 3.3.0 : Roof Design – Impact Test
6
Lecture 3.3.1 : Material Used
7
Lecture 3.4.0 : Prepare Master Section
8
Unit 3 : Expert Lecture – Live – Automotive Safety
9
Unit 3 : Assignment – Automotive Safety

Electric Machine Design and Industry Prospects: Unit 4 - Door Design

1
Lecture 4.1.0 : Side Doors – Body Side
2
Lecture 4.1.1 : Side Doors
3
Lecture 4.2.0 : Back Door
4
Lecture 4.3.0 : Release Drawing – Intro to GD
5
Lecture 4.3.1 : Drawing Release
6
Unit 4 : Expert Lecture – Live – Door Design
7
Unit 4 : Assignment – Door Design

Electric Vehicle Safety and Crashworthiness: Unit 1 - Basics of HyperMesh

1
Lecture 1.1.0 : Basic of FEA
00:31:46 hr
2
Lecture 1.2.0 : Introduction to HyperMesh
00:39:57 hr
3
Lecture 1.3.0 : Introduction to Hypermesh – Hypermesh UI
00:30:28 hr
4
Lecture 1.4.0 : Introduction to Hypermesh – 1 D Meshing
00:45:26 hr
5
Lecture 1.5.0 : 2D Meshing – Intro
01:10:00 hr
6
Lecture 1.6.0 : 2D Meshing – Car Door Handle Meshing
00:48:00 hr
7
Lecture 1.7.0 : 2D Meshing – BIW Arm Meshing
00:35:31 hr
8
Lecture 1.8.0 : 2D Meshing – LH Inboard Cross Member
01:00:00 hr
9
Unit 1 : Expert Lecture – Live – Basics of HyperMesh
10
Unit 1 : Assignment – Basics of HyperMesh

Electric Vehicle Safety and Crashworthiness: Unit 2 - Introduction to LS-DYNA

1
Lecture 2.1.0 : Introduction to LS-Prepost
01:16:00 hr
2
Lecture 2.2.0 : Create a LS-DYNA input deck for Front Bumper Impact
00:53:00 hr
3
Lecture 2.3.0 :  LS-DYNA input deck for a ball impacting a plate
00:47:16 hr
4
Lecture 2.4.0 : Rear under Run Protection Device of Heavy Vehicle
01:03:00 hr
5
Unit 2 : Expert Lecture – Live – Introduction to LS-DYNA
6
Unit 2 : Assignment – Introduction to LS-DYNA

Electric Vehicle Safety and Crashworthiness: Unit 3 - Vehicle Crash-worthiness

1
Lecture 3.1.0 : Modal Analysis
00:32:00 hr
2
Lecture 3.2.0 : Composite Material Analysis
00:19:00 hr
3
Lecture 3.3.0 : Explicit Analysis
00:18:00 hr
4
Lecture 3.4.0 : Vehicle Crash Safety
00:17:00 hr
5
Lecture 3.5.0 : Occupant Injury Criteria
00:15:00 hr
6
Lecture 3.6.0 : Regulations and Global NCAP
00:20:00 hr
7
Lecture 3.7.0 : Linear Vs Non Linear
00:13:00 hr
8
Lecture 3.8.0 : Static Vs Dynamic
00:17:00 hr
9
Unit 3 : Expert Lecture – Live – Vehicle Crash-worthiness
10
Unit 3 : Assignment – Vehicle Crash-worthiness

Electric Vehicle Safety and Crashworthiness: Unit 4 - Seat Belt Analysis

1
Lecture 4.1.0 : Seatbelt Anchorage Test
01:05:00 hr
2
Lecture 4.2.0 : CG and Seatbelt Component Analysis
01:08:00 hr
3
Lecture 4.3.0 : Post Processing of Seatbelt Anchorage Test
01:00:00 hr
4
Lecture 4.4.0 : Luggage Retention and H1H2 Tests in Seat
01:00:00 hr
5
Lecture 4.5.0 : Head Impact Analysis
00:41:00 hr
6
Unit 4 : Expert Lecture – Live – Seat Belt Analysis
7
Unit 4 : Assignment – Seat Belt Analysis

Design Aerodynamics: Unit 1 -  Introduction

1
Lecture 1.1.0 : Introduction to CFD – What is CFD?
00:22:00 hr
2
Lecture 1.1.1 : Why CFD?
00:18:00 hr
3
Lecture 1.2.0 : CFD Process
00:17:00 hr
4
Lecture 1.3.0 : CFD Pre Requisites
00:08:00 hr
5
Lecture 1.4.0 : Introduction to Fluid Dynamics – Basics of Flow
00:20:00 hr
6
Lecture 1.4.1 : Basic Terminologies
00:14:00 hr
7
Lecture 1.5.0 : Introduction to Aerodynamics – Aerodynamics Equation
00:15:00 hr
8
Lecture 1.5.1 : Area and Drag Coefficient
00:30:00 hr
9
Unit 1 : Expert Lecture – Live – Introduction
10
Unit 1 : Assignment – Introduction

Design Aerodynamics: Unit 2 -  Calculating Frontal Area

1
Lecture 2.1.0 : Area Calculation
00:20:00 hr
2
Lecture 2.2.0 : Approximation Method
00:14:00 hr
3
Unit 2 : Expert Lecture – Live – Calculating Frontal Area
4
Unit 2 : Assignment – Calculating Frontal Area

Design Aerodynamics: Unit 3 - Drag Calculation

1
Lecture 3.1.0 : Intro FEM
00:20:56 hr
2
Lecture 3.2.0 : FEM Processed Geometry Types
00:18:40 hr
3
Lecture 3.3.0 : 2D Simulation Geometry
00:28:00 hr
4
Lecture 3.4.0 : 2D Simulation Meshing
00:14:22 hr
5
Unit 3 : Expert Lecture – Live – Drag Calculation
6
Unit 3 : Assignment – Drag Calculation

Design Aerodynamics: Unit 4 - Drag Simulation

1
Lecture 4.1.0 : Solver Setup
00:25:00 hr
2
Lecture 4.2.0 : 2D Simulation Results
00:14:22 hr
3
Lecture 4.3.0 : Finding Drag Coefficient
00:06:00 hr
4
Lecture 4.4.0 : 3D Process
00:10:00 hr
5
Lecture 4.5.0 : 3D Geometry
00:19:00 hr
6
Unit 4 : Expert Lecture – Live – Drag Simulation
7
Unit 4 : Assignment –Drag Simulation

Powertrain Design and Selection : Unit 1 -  Introduction

1
Lecture 1.1.0 : Power and Torque Calculation – Vehicle Coordinate System
00:16:37 hr
2
Lecture 1.1.1 : Powertrain Equation
00:22:00 hr
3
Lecture 1.2.0 : Aero Calculation – Drag Equation
00:10:32 hr
4
Lecture 1.2.1 : Drag Coefficient
00:25:37 hr
5
Lecture 1.2.2 : Drag Calculation
00:11:00 hr
6
Unit 1 : Expert Lecture – Live – Introduction
7
Unit 1 : Assignment –Introduction

Powertrain Design and Selection : Unit 2 -  Component Selection

1
Lecture 2.1.0 : Wheel Selection – Tire Construction and Specification
00:34:57 hr
2
Lecture 2.1.1 :  Wheel Rolling without Slipping
00:03:00 hr
3
Lecture 2.1.2 : Wheel Dynamics ROLL vs SLIP vs SKID
00:03:00 hr
4
Lecture 2.1.3 : Contact Patch
00:21:00 hr
5
Lecture 2.1.4 : Hysteressis Loss
00:22:00 hr
6
Lecture 2.1.5 : Tyre Parameters
00:21:00 hr
7
Lecture 2.2.0 : Motor Selection – Calculating Parameters
00:33:00 hr
8
Lecture 2.2.1 : Power Calculation
00:24:00 hr
9
Lecture 2.2.2 :  Torque Calculation
00:13:00 hr
10
Lecture 2.2.3 : Gearbox Selection
00:26:00 hr
11
Lecture 2.2.4 : Motor Characteristics
00:28:00 hr
12
Unit 2 : Expert Lecture – Live – Component Selection
13
Unit 2 : Assignment – Component Selection

Powertrain Design and Selection : Unit 3 - Motor

1
Lecture 3.1.0 : Motor Types and Design – PE and Motor Control
00:46:00 hr
2
Lecture 3.1.1 :  Basic Understanding of Motor
00:30:00 hr
3
Lecture 3.1.2 : SRM Motor
00:12:16 hr
4
Lecture 3.1.3 : Introduction of BLDC Motor
00:20:00 hr
5
Lecture 3.1.4 : Control Principles
00:06:00 hr
6
Lecture 3.1.5 : Motor for EV
00:29:00 hr
7
Lecture 3.1.6 : Regenerative Braking
00:24:00 hr
8
Lecture 3.1.7 : Motor Control
00:25:00 hr
9
Lecture 3.1.8 :  Motor Control Quadrant
00:11:00 hr
10
Lecture 3.1.9:  AC Motor Control
00:22:00 hr
11
Lecture 3.1.10 :  Asynchronous vs Synchronous Motor
00:15:42 hr
12
Unit 3 : Expert Lecture – Live – Motor
13
Unit 3 : Assignment – Motor

Powertrain Design and Selection : Unit 4 - Motor Simulation

1
Lecture 4.1.0 : Motor Modelling and Design – Introduction
00:16:04 hr
2
Lecture 4.1.1 : Motor Geometry
00:19:12 hr
3
Lecture 4.1.2 : Add Winding and Material
00:20:26 hr
4
Lecture 4.1.3 : Simulating E Magnetics
00:13:00 hr
5
Lecture 4.2.0 : Model Based Simulation – Calculate for Vehicle Energy Consumption – Introduction
6
Lecture 4.2.1 : Motor Geometry
00:19:12 hr
7
Lecture 4.2.2 : Add Winding and Material
00:20:26 hr
8
Unit 4 : Expert Lecture – Live – Motor Simulation
9
Unit : Assignment – Motor Simulation

Energy Storage System : Unit 1 -  Cell Types and Characteristics

1
Lecture 1.1.0 : History of Battery pack
2
Lecture 1.2.0 : First rechargeable battery
3
Lecture 1.3.0 : Introduction and Li-ion battery working (charging and discharging operation)
4
Lecture 1.4.0 : Comparison of different cells
5
Lecture 1.5.0 : Different chemistries in Li-ion cell (detail)
6
Lecture 1.6.0 : Battery parameter and performance Characteristics.
7
Lecture 1.7.0 : Battery pack designing and cell calculation.
8
Lecture 1.8.0 : Why li-ion battery die
9
Lecture 1.9.0 : Sulphation in lead acid battery.
10
Lecture 1.10.0 : Internal resistance of li-ion battery.
11
Lecture 1.11.0 : Battery charging protocols
12
Lecture 1.12.0 : Self-discharges in Li-ion battery.
13
Lecture 1.13.0 : FAQ regarding batteries.
14
Lecture 1.14.0 : Best conditions for operation of batteries
15
Unit 1 : Expert Lecture – Live – Cell Types and Characteristics
16
Unit 1 : Assignment – Cell Types and Characteristics

Energy Storage System : Unit 2 - Battery Pack Design and Cell Sorting

1
Lecture 2.1.0 : Battery Size Calculation – Energy Consumption Calculation
2
Lecture 2.1.1 : Calculating Battery Pack Size
3
Lecture 2.2.0 : Battery Pack Capacity and Voltage – Cell Load Characteristics
4
Lecture 2.2.1 : Battery Pack Capacity and Voltage
5
Lecture 2.3.0 : Cell to Cell Bonding – Nickel Strip Selection
6
Lecture 2.3.1 : Bus Bar Bonding
7
Lecture 2.3.2 : Tab Bonding
8
Lecture 2.3.3 : Cell to Cell Gap
9
Lecture 2.3.4 : Spot Welding vs Laser Welding
10
Lecture 2.4.0 : Battery Safety – Performance Design and Safety Layer
11
Lecture 2.4.1 : Safety Layer Design
12
Lecture 2.5.0 : Battery Modelling – Cell Assembly Model
13
Lecture 2.5.1 : Battery Case Design Principles
14
Lecture 2.5.2 : Battery Case Design – Model
15
Lecture 2.5.3 : Battery Pack – Component Packaging
16
Unit 2 : Expert Lecture – Live – Battery Pack Design and Cell Sorting
17
Unit 2 : Assignment – Battery Pack Design and Cell Sorting

Energy Storage System : Unit 3 - BMS Design and Architecture

1
Lecture 3.1.0 : Introduction to BMS – Why BMS
0:23:41
2
Lecture 3.1.1 : BMS Functionality
3
Lecture 3.1.2 : Sensing Voltage
4
Lecture 3.1.3 : Sensing Current
5
Lecture 3.1.4 : Sensing Temperature
6
Lecture 3.1.5 : High Voltage Contactor
7
Lecture 3.1.6 : Isolation Circuit
8
Lecture 3.1.7 : Thermal Control
9
Lecture 3.1.8 : SOC of Cell
10
Lecture 3.1.9 : Energy and Power of Cell
11
Lecture 3.2.0 : Battery Pack Simulation – OCV and SOC of Cell
12
Lecture 3.2.1 : Linear Polarization
13
Lecture 3.2.2 : Finding RC Values
14
Lecture 3.2.3 : Hysteresis Voltage
15
Lecture 3.2.4 : Enhanced Self Correcting Model
16
Lecture 3.2.5 : Cell Testing and Coulombic Efficiency
17
Lecture 3.2.6 : Temperature and OCV
18
Lecture 3.2.7 : Matlab Cell Model – Simulation
19
Lecture 3.2.8 : Data Based Cell Simulation
20
Lecture 3.2.9 : Physics based Model
21
Lecture 3.2.10 : Simulating EV
22
Lecture 3.2.11 : Simulating constant power and voltage
23
Lecture 3.2.12 : Battery Simulation
24
Unit 3 : Expert Lecture – Live – BMS Design and Architecture
25
Unit 3 : Assignment – BMS Design and Architecture

Energy Storage System : Unit 4 - Battery Thermal Management and Its Simulation

1
Lecture 4.1.0 : Introduction to BTMS – What is BTMS?
2
Lecture 4.1.1 : Types of BTMS
3
Lecture 4.2.0 : Thermal Loading – Heat vs Temperature
4
Lecture 4.2.1 : Cell Heat Map (1C and 3C)
5
Lecture 4.3.0 : Heat Management – Thermal Paste Cooling
6
Lecture 4.3.1 : Phase Changing Material
7
Lecture 4.3.2 : Heat Exchanger
8
Lecture 4.4.0 : Thermal Modelling – Preliminary Definitions
9
Lecture 4.4.1 : Microscale Thermal Model
10
Lecture 4.4.2 : Boundary Condition
11
Lecture 4.4.3 : Peltier Coefficient
12
Lecture 4.4.4 : Transfer of Heat at Boundaries
13
Lecture 4.4.5 : Change in Parameter Values
14
Lecture 4.4.6 : Gradient Transfer Fnc
15
Lecture 4.4.7 : Heat Generation Terms
16
Lecture 4.4.8 : Irreversible Heat Generation
17
Lecture 4.4.9 : Joule Heating
18
Lecture 4.4.10 : Heat Flux Terms
19
Unit 4 : Expert Lecture – Live – Battery Thermal Management and Its Simulation
20
Unit 4 : Assignment – Battery Thermal Management and Its Simulation

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