EV Powertrain Architecture and Energy Storage System

About the Program

Learn Battery Pack Design, EV Charging Techniques, Motor Design and Selection Parameters, Battery Management System, 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.

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

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Case Studies

EV Operating Cost and Infra Challenges

Perform basic calculations pertaining to various challenges faced by the industry in terms of – cost, charging, battery pack size, etc. to understand the on-ground scenarios. These will be accompanied by market data and studies to give a wider perspective and view into the industry.

Motor Modelling and Design

Modelling of different kinds of the motor on the basis of various parameters such as battery voltage, back electromotive force coefficient, and winding resistance. Comparative study of BLDC motor vs IM motors vs PMSM motors on the basis of its design, performance, efficiency.

EV Charging Station & Road Map Challenges

Comparative study of the charging system i.e. onboard and off-board charging system. The case study focuses on the load requirement and infra challenges faced by the EV industry in all parts of the country.

Battery Pack Thermal Management 

Battery pack thermal management strategy and methods used in different vehicles as per the applications. The optimization on the basis of cooling efficiency, of the system, and power management.

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EV Powertrain Architecture and Energy Storage System
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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
00:29:02 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 - Electric Vehicle Powertrain Selection

1
Lecture 2.1.0 : Introduction to Powertrain – Vehicle Coordinate System
00:16:37 hr
2
Lecture 2.1.1 : Powertrain Equation
00:22:43 hr
3
Lecture 2.2.0 : Aerodynamics and Its Calculation – Drag Equation
00:10:32 hr
4
Lecture 2.2.1 : Drag Coefficient
00:25:37 hr
5
Lecture 2.2.2 : Drag Calculation
00:11:41 hr
6
Lecture 2.3.0 : Tire and its various components – Tire Construction and Specification
00:34:57 hr
7
Lecture 2.3.1 : Wheel Rolling without Slipping
00:03:00 hr
8
Lecture 2.3.2 : Wheel Dynamics ROLL vs SLIP vs SKID
00:03:00 hr
9
Lecture 2.3.2 : Contact Patch
00:21:00 hr
10
Lecture 2.3.4 : Hysteresis Loss
00:22:00 hr
11
Lecture 2.3.5 : Tyre Parameters
00:21:00 hr
12
Lecture 2.4.0 : Powertrain calculation for 2W – Calculating Parameters
00:33:00 hr
13
Lecture 2.4.1 : Power Calculation
00:24:00 hr
14
Lecture 2.5.0 : Motor and Torque Calculation – Torque Calculation
00:13:00 hr
15
Lecture 2.5.1 : Gearbox Selection
00:26:00 hr
16
Lecture 2.5.2 : Motor Characteristics
17
Unit 2 : Expert Lecture – Live (Electric Vehicle Powertrain Selection)
18
Unit 2 : Assignment (Electric Vehicle Powertrain Selection)

Electric Machine Design and Industry Prospects: Unit 3 - Motor and Controller

1
Lecture 3.1.0 : Introduction to Motor – Vehicle Coordinate System
00:16:37 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 3.2.0 : EV Motors basics – Control Principles
00:06:00 hr
6
Lecture 3.2.1 : Motor for EV
00:29:00 hr
7
Lecture 3.3.0 : Energy generation from braking – Regenerative Braking
00:24:00 hr
8
Lecture 3.4.0 : Control System – Motor Control
00:25:00 hr
9
Lecture 3.4.1 : Motor Control Quadrant
00:11:00 hr
10
Lecture 3.5.0 : Motor – Asynchronous vs Synchronous Motor
00:15:42 hr
11
Unit 3 : Expert Lecture – Live (Motor and Controller)
12
Unit 3 : Assignment (Motor and Controller)

Electric Machine Design and Industry Prospects: Unit 4 - Motor Modelling and Design

1
Lecture 4.1.0 : Introduction
00:16:04 hr
2
Lecture 4.2.0 : Motor Geometry
00:19:12 hr
3
Lecture 4.3.0 : Add Winding and Material
00:20:26 hr
4
Lecture 4.4.0 : Simulating E Magnetics
00:13:12 hr
5
Unit 4 : Expert Lecture – Live (Motor Modelling and Design)
6
Unit 4 : Assignment (Motor Modelling and Design)

Battery Pack Design and Selection : Unit 1 – Basic Terminologies of Cell Model

1
Lecture 1.1.0 : Introduction to Cells – History of Battery
2
Lecture 1.1.1 : Types of energy storage system
3
Lecture 1.1.2 : Why Li-Ion Cells
4
Lecture 1.1.3 : Lithium Cells Working
5
Lecture 1.1.4 : Battery Terminologies
6
Lecture 1.1.5 : Lithium Chemistry
7
Lecture 1.1.6 : Cell Types – Form Factors
8
Lecture 1.1.7 : Lithium Cell Materials
9
Lecture 1.1.8 : Lithium Cell Failures
10
Lecture 1.2.0 : Equivalent Cell Model – Open Circuit Voltage
11
Lecture 1.2.1 : State of Charge
12
Lecture 1.2.2 : Cell self diffusion rate
13
Lecture 1.2.3 : RC Circuit for Cell
14
Lecture 1.2.4 : Open Discreet Time Eqn
15
Lecture 1.2.5 : Finding RC Value
16
Lecture 1.2.6 : Hysteresis Voltage
17
Lecture 1.2.7 : Equivalent Self Correcting Voltage
18
Lecture 1.2.8 : OCV Testing
19
Lecture 1.2.9 : Determine Coulombic Efficiency
20
Lecture 1.2.10 : Temperature and OCV
21
Lecture 1.2.11 : Cell testing for Dynamic relationship
22
Lecture 1.2.12 : Matlab Cell Model – Simulation
23
Lecture 1.2.13 : Data Based Cell Simulation
24
Unit 1 : Expert Lecture – Live (Basic Terminologies of Cell Model)
25
Unit 1 : Assignment (Basic Terminologies of Cell Model)

Battery Pack Design and Selection : Unit 2 – Battery Model

1
Lecture 2.1.0 : Physics Based Model – Empirical vs Physics model
2
Lecture 2.1.1 : Micro Scale Eqn – Basics
3
Lecture 2.1.2 : Point form of Ohms Law
4
Lecture 2.1.3 : Kirchhoff’s Law under physics model
5
Lecture 2.1.4 : Fick’s Law
6
Lecture 2.1.5 : Continuity Eqn
7
Lecture 2.1.6 : 1D Linear Diffusion
8
Lecture 2.1.7 : Thermodynamic Potential
9
Lecture 2.1.8 : Gibbs Free Energy
10
Lecture 2.1.9 : State fnc and inexact/ exact diff.
11
Lecture 2.1.10 : Laws of thermodynamics
12
Lecture 2.1.11 : Partial Molar qnty
13
Lecture 2.1.12 : Electrochemical Potential
14
Lecture 2.1.13 : Gibbs Duhem Eqn
15
Lecture 2.2.1 : Reduced Order Model for Cell Dynamics – Approach for Reduced Order Model
16
Lecture 2.2.2 : Finding Internal Resistance
17
Lecture 2.2.3 : Finding Impedance
18
Lecture 2.2.4 : Negative Electrode Transfer fnc.
19
Lecture 2.2.5 : Positive Electrode Transfer fnc.
20
Lecture 2.2.6 : 1D model for Ce(x,t)
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Lecture 2.2.7 : Solution to homogenous PDE
22
Lecture 2.2.8 : One Dimensional Model
23
Lecture 2.2.9 : Summary of Transfer fnc
24
Lecture 2.2.10 : Cell Voltage
25
Lecture 2.2.11 : Full Cell Model
26
Lecture 2.2.12 : Model Blending
27
Unit 2 : Expert Lecture – Live (Battery Model)
28
Unit 2 : Assignment (Battery Model)

Battery Pack Design and Selection : Unit 3 – Battery Pack Design

1
Lecture 3.1.0 : Battery Size Calculation – Energy Consumption Calculation
2
Lecture 3.1.2 : Calculating Battery Pack Size
3
Lecture 3.2.0 : Battery Pack Capacity and Voltage – Cell Load Characteristics
4
Lecture 3.2.1 : Battery Pack Capacity and Voltage
5
Lecture 3.3.0 : Cell to Cell Bonding – Nickel Strip Selection
6
Lecture 3.3.1 : Bus Bar Bonding
7
Lecture 3.3.2 : Tab Bonding
8
Lecture 3.3.3 : Cell to Cell Gap
9
Lecture 3.3.4 : Spot Welding vs Laser Welding
10
Lecture 3.4.0 : Battery Safety – Performance Design and Safety Layer
11
Lecture 3.4.1 : Safety Layer Design
12
Lecture 3.5.0 : Battery Modelling – Cell Assembly Model
13
Lecture 3.5.1 : Battery Case Design Principles
14
Lecture 3.5.2 : Battery Case Design – Model
15
Lecture 3.5.3 : Battery Pack – Component Packaging
16
Unit 3 : Expert Lecture – Live (Battery Pack Design)
17
Unit 3 : Assignment (Battery Pack Design)

Battery Pack Design and Selection : Unit 4 – Battery Testing and Safety

1
Lecture 4.1.0 : Functional Safety – Functional Safety for Battery Pack
2
Lecture 4.2.0 : Performance Testing – Ah/ pack testing
3
Lecture 4.2.1 : C-Rating performance
4
Lecture 4.2.2 : Self – discharge testing
5
Lecture 4.2.3 : Range/ Discharge Test
6
Lecture 4.3.0 : Safety Testing – Short circuit testing
7
Lecture 4.3.1 : Overcharge cut-off
8
Lecture 4.3.2 : Deep Discharge test
9
Lecture 4.3.3 : Under voltage Cut-off
10
Lecture 4.4.0 : Battery Mechanical Test – Impact Test and Drop Test – Simulation
11
Lecture 4.4.1 : Vibration Test
12
Unit 4 : Expert Lecture – Live (Battery Testing and Safety)
13
Unit 4 : Assignment (Battery Testing and Safety)

BMS and BTMS : Unit 1 – Introduction to BMS and its Simulation

1
Lecture 1.1.0 : Introduction to BMS – Why BMS
2
Lecture 1.1.1 : BMS Functionality
3
Lecture 1.1.2 : Sensing Voltage
4
Lecture 1.1.3 : Sensing Current
5
Lecture 1.1.4 : Sensing Temperature
6
Lecture 1.1.5 : High Voltage Contactor
7
Lecture 1.1.6 : Isolation Circuit
8
Lecture 1.1.7 : Thermal Control
9
Lecture 1.1.8 : SOC of Cell
10
Lecture 1.1.9 : Energy and Power of Cell
11
Lecture 1.2.0 : Battery Pack Simulation – OCV and SOC of Cell
12
Lecture 1.2.1 : Linear Polarization
13
Lecture 1.2.2 : Finding RC Values
14
Lecture 1.2.3 : Hysteresis Voltage
15
Lecture 1.2.4 : Enhanced Self Correcting Model
16
Lecture 1.2.5 : Cell Testing and Coulombic Efficiency
17
Lecture 1.2.6 : Temperature and OCV
18
Lecture 1.2.7 : Matlab Cell Model – Simulation
19
Lecture 1.2.8 : Data Based Cell Simulation
20
Lecture 1.2.9 : Physics based Model
21
Lecture 1.2.10 : Simulating EV
22
Lecture 1.2.11 : Simulating constant power and voltage
23
Lecture 1.2.12 : Battery Simulation
24
Unit 1 : Expert Lecture – Live (Introduction to BMS and its Simulation)
25
Unit 1 : Assignment (Introduction to BMS and its Simulation)

BMS and BTMS : Unit 2 – Battery Estimation

1
Lecture 2.1.0 : Battery State Estimation – Preliminary Approach towards Battery State
2
Lecture 2.1.1 : Kalman Filter
3
Lecture 2.1.2 : Extended Kalman Filter
4
Lecture 2.1.3 : Sigma Point Kalman Filter
5
Lecture 2.2.0 : Battery Health Estimation – Lithium Ion Aging
6
Lecture 2.2.1 : Estimating Parameter
7
Lecture 2.2.2 : Least Square Methods
8
Lecture 2.2.3 : Approximate Full Solution
9
Lecture 2.3.0 : Simulation – Example Simulations
10
Unit 2 : Expert Lecture – Live (Battery Estimation)
11
Unit 2 : Assignment (Battery Estimation)

BMS and BTMS : Unit 3 – Cell Balancing and Controls

1
Lecture 3.1.0 : Cell Balancing – Imbalance Cause and Balancing Introduction
2
Lecture 3.1.1 : Balancing Circuit
3
Lecture 3.1.2 : Balancing Speed
4
Lecture 3.2.0 : Cell Power Limits – Why cell power limit required?
5
Lecture 3.2.1 : Voltage Based Rate Limit
6
Lecture 3.2.2 : Bisection Search and Limit Estimation
7
Lecture 3.3.0 : Physics Based Control – Model Simplification and Calculation
8
Lecture 3.3.1 : Simulation and Results
9
Lecture 3.4.0 : Charging
10
Unit 3 : Expert Lecture – Live (Cell Balancing and Controls)
11
Unit 3 : Assignment (Cell Balancing and Controls)

BMS and BTMS : 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 )

Control Methods : Unit 1 – Fundamental Of Power Electronics And Drives

1
Lecture 1.1.0 : Basics of Power Electronics
2
Lecture 1.2.0 : AC-DC converters
3
Lecture 1.3.0 : DC-DC Converters
4
Lecture 1.4.0 : DC-AC Converters
5
Unit 1 : Expert Lecture – Live (Fundamental Of Power Electronics And Drives)
6
Unit 1 : Assignment (Fundamental Of Power Electronics And Drives)

Control Methods : Unit 2 – Induction Motor Drives

1
Lecture 2.1.0 : Induction motor Drive
2
Lecture 2.2.0 : Operation of induction motor with unbalance voltage and Single phasing
3
Lecture 2.3.0 : Analysis of Induction Motor Fed from Non Sinusoidal Supply
4
Lecture 2.4.0 : Starting Methods of Induction Motor
5
Lecture 2.5.0 : Braking in Induction Motors
6
Lecture 2.6.0 : Speed control in Induction motors
7
Lecture 2.7.0 : Variable Frequency control method of Induction motor Drive
8
Lecture 2.8.0 : Slip Power recovery methods
9
Lecture 2.9.0 : Static Kramer Drive
10
Lecture 2.10.0 : VSI Fed induction motor
11
Lecture 2.11.0 : Introduction to CSI fed Induction Motor and its operation.
12
Unit 2 : Expert Lecture – Live (Induction Motor Drives)
13
Unit 2 : Assignment (Induction Motor Drives)

Control Methods : Unit 3 – Brushless Dc Motor Drive

1
Lecture 3.1.0 : Synchronous Motors
2
Lecture 3.2.0 : BLDC Motors
3
Lecture 3.3.0 : Control Strategy in BLDC Motor
4
Lecture 3.4.0 : BLDC Motor Drives (Servo Applications)
5
Lecture 3.5.0 : BLDC Motor Drives
6
Unit 3 : Expert Lecture – Live (Brushless Dc Motor Drive)
7
Unit 3 : Assignment (Brushless Dc Motor Drive)

Control Methods : Unit 4 – PMSM Drives & Switched Reluctance Motor Drive

1
Lecture 4.1.0 : PMSM Motors
2
Lecture 4.2.0 : Servo Drive employing Sinusoidal PMAC Motor Fed From Current regulated VSI
3
Lecture 4.3.0 : Switched Reluctance Motor
4
Lecture 4.4.0 : Converter circuits in SRM
5
Lecture 4.5.0 : Modes of operation in SRM
6
Unit 4 : Expert Lecture – Live (PMSM Drives)
7
Unit 4 : Assignment (PMSM Drives)

EV Charging : Unit 1 – Introduction to EV charging

1
Lecture 1.1.0 : Introduction to EVSE – Introduction to EVSE
00:27:00 hr
2
Lecture 1.1.1 :  Safety of EVSE Infra
00:18:00 hr
3
Lecture 1.1.2 : Sites & Maps
00:10:00 hr
4
Lecture 1.1.3 : Related Technology
00:19:00 hr
5
Lecture 1.2.0 : Introduction – EV Charging Connector – SAE
00:23:46 hr
6
Lecture 1.2.1 : IEC62196 Connector
00:30:24 hr
7
Lecture 1.2.2 : SAEJ1172
00:24:10 hr
8
Lecture 1.3.0 : Introduction to Charger – Introduction to Bharat AC
00:32:00 hr
9
Lecture 1.3.1 : CHAdeMO Connector
00:26:00 hr
10
Lecture 1.3.2 : Communication Protocol
00:10:00 hr
11
Lecture 1.3.3 : Charging Methods and Algorithm
00:36:00 hr
12
Unit 1 : Expert Lecture – Live (Introduction to EV charging)
13
Unit 1 : Assignment (Introduction to EV charging)

EV Charging : Unit 2 – Charging Protocol & Modes

1
Lecture 2.1.0 : Communication Protocol– OSI Introduction
00:37:00 hr
2
Lecture 2.1.1 :  Layered Architecture 01
00:24:00 hr
3
Lecture 2.1.2 :  Layered Architecture 02
00:35:00 hr
4
Lecture 2.2.0 : OCPP and CSMS– OCPP and CSMS Introduction
00:31:00 hr
5
Lecture 2.2.1 : Benefits of OCPP
00:21:00 hr
6
Lecture 2.2.2 : SOAP and JSON
00:16:00 hr
7
Lecture 2.2.2 : Functions of OCPP
00:30:00 hr
8
Lecture 2.3.0 : Charger Technologies– Charger Technologies
00:12:00 hr
9
Lecture 2.3.1 :  Intro to Power Electronics Devices
00:08:00 hr
10
Lecture 2.3.2 : Switch Configurations
00:34:00 hr
11
Lecture 2.3.3 :  Turn Off Mechanism and Harmonics
00:47:00 hr
12
Lecture 2.3.4 :  AC Charging Levels
00:43:00 hr
13
Lecture 2.4.0 : Charging Level and Modes– Intro to Charging Levels and Modes
00:14:00 hr
14
Lecture 2.4.1 : DC Charging Levels
00:20:00 hr
15
Lecture 2.4.2 : Charging Modes
00:30:00 hr
16
Lecture 2.4.3 : Charging Modes Case Study
00:10:00 hr
17
Lecture 2.4.4 : Charging Levels and Modes
00:39:00 hr
18
Unit 2 : Expert Lecture – Live (Charging Protocol
19
Unit 2 : Assignment (Charging Protocol

EV Charging : Unit 3 – Charging Type

1
Lecture 3.1.0 : Fast Charger– Fast Charging Intro
00:42:00 hr
2
Lecture 3.1.1 : Fast Charger Safety
00:39:00 hr
3
Lecture 3.2.0 : DC Charging – DC Charging – Region wise spread
00:41:00 hr
4
Lecture 3.2.1 : DC Connectors
00:10:00 hr
5
Lecture 3.3.0 : Tesla Charging Technology – Tesla Supercharger
00:33:00 hr
6
Lecture 3.3.1 : Tesla Supercharger Billing n Connectors
00:23:00 hr
7
Lecture 3.4.0 : Mega Chargers
00:15:00 hr
8
Unit 3 : Expert Lecture – Live (Charging Type)
9
Unit 3 : Assignment (Charging Type)

EV Charging : Unit 4 – Charging Technologies

1
Lecture 4.1.0 : Introduction to Smart Grid
00:39:00 hr
2
Lecture 4.1.1 :  Definitions 01
00:27:00 hr
3
Lecture 4.1.2 :  Definitions 02
00:47:00 hr
4
Lecture 4.2.0 : Smart Grid
00:27:00 hr
5
Lecture 4.2.1 : V2G Technology
00:17:00 hr
6
Lecture 4.3.0 : Application and performance parameters –  Application of V2G
00:36:00 hr
7
Lecture 4.3.0 : Unidirectional V2G
00:19:00 hr
8
Lecture 4.3.0 : Bidirectional V2G and Efficiency
00:21:00 hr
9
Lecture 4.4.0 : Charging Standard and Circuit –  SAE and ISO-IEC Std
00:30:00 hr
10
Lecture 4.4.1 : Signaling Circuit
00:33:00 hr
11
Unit 4 : Expert Lecture – Live (Charging Technologies)
12
Unit 4 : Assignment (Charging Technologies)

Homologation and Testing : Unit 1 – Introduction to Regulations

1
Lecture 1.1.0 : Classification of Vehicle – Vehicle Categories
2
Lecture 1.1.1 : BOV vs EV
3
Lecture 1.2.0 : Vehicle Regulations – CMVR 1989 and AIS Committee
4
Lecture 1.2.1 : FVSS
5
Lecture 1.2.2 : EEC/ECE
6
Lecture 1.2.3 : Whole Vehicle Type Approval
7
Lecture 1.3.0 : Homologation Criteria – Homologation for Export
8
Lecture 1.3.1 : Type of Test Tracks
9
Lecture 1.3.2 : Hardware in Loop (HIL)
10
Lecture 1.3.3 : Driving Cycle
11
Unit 1 : Expert Lecture – Live (Introduction to Regulations)
12
Unit 1 : Assignment (Introduction to Regulations)

Homologation and Testing : Unit 2 – Static Tests

1
Lecture 2.1.0 : CMVR Physical Verification
2
Lecture 2.2.0 : Tire Depth
3
Lecture 2.3.0 : Vehicle Weight
4
Lecture 2.4.0 : Horn Installation
5
Lecture 2.5.0 : Rear View Mirror
6
Lecture 2.6.0 : Tell Tales Test
7
Lecture 2.7.0 : External Projection
8
Lecture 2.8.0 : Wheel Guard
9
Lecture 2.9.0 : Foot Control Arrangements
10
Lecture 2.10.0 : Angle and Dimensions Measurement
11
Lecture 2.11.0 : Requirement of Temporary Cabin
12
Unit 2 : Expert Lecture – Live (Static Tests)
13
Unit 2 : Assignment (Static Tests)

Homologation and Testing : Unit 3 – Dynamic Tests

1
Lecture 3.1.0 : Vehicle Preparations
2
Lecture 3.2.0 : Pass-by-Noise
3
Lecture 3.3.0 : Gradeability
4
Lecture 3.4.0 : Instruments Calibration
5
Lecture 3.5.0 : Turning Circle Test
6
Lecture 3.6.0 : Steering Effort
7
Lecture 3.7.0 : Cooling Performance
8
Lecture 3.8.0 : Brake Test
9
Lecture 3.9.0 : Range Test
10
Lecture 3.10.0 : Energy Consumption Test
11
Lecture 3.11.0 : Maximum Speed
12
Lecture 3.12.0 : Acceleration Test
13
Unit 3 : Expert Lecture – Live (Dynamic Tests)
14
Unit 3 : Assignment (Dynamic Tests)

Homologation and Testing : Unit 4 – Vehicle Component Testing & Hybrid Vehicle Retro fitment and Charging

1
Lecture 4.1.0 : Component Testing – Horn Test
2
Lecture 4.1.1 : Safety Glass Test
3
Lecture 4.1.2 : Windscreen Test
4
Lecture 4.1.3 : Rear View Mirror Test
5
Lecture 4.1.4 : Hinges and Latches Test
6
Lecture 4.1.5 : Demist and Defrost Test
7
Lecture 4.1.6 : Field of Vision Test
8
Lecture 4.2.0 : Powertrain Component Test – Motor Power
9
Lecture 4.2.1 : Max 30 minutes power
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Lecture 4.2.2 : Battery Safety Criteria
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Lecture 4.2.3 : EMI-EMC
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Lecture 4.3.0 : Hybrid Vehicle Test – M and N Category
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Lecture 4.3.1 : Hybrid Retro fitment Kit
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Lecture 4.4.0 : Electric Propulsion Kit – Electric Kit for Conversion
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Lecture 4.5.0 : Charging System– AC Charging
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Lecture 4.5.1 : DC Charging
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Unit 4 : Expert Lecture – Live (Vehicle Component Testing
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Unit 4 : Assignment (Vehicle Component Testing

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