Executive PG In EV Engineering

About the Program

Learn Battery Pack Design, EV Charging Techniques, Motor Design and Selection Parameters, Battery Management System, Electrical Vehicle Design, Crashworthiness, Aerodynamics, Powertrain, Energy Storage System Design and Safety, 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, 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

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Executive PG in EV Engineering,

Certified by ASDC

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

• Earn a PG Degree in EV Engineering

• 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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PG Certification Programs in EV Engineering

PG Certification programs are long-term programs with 1 year of duration. PG Certification in EV Engineering programs have been designed to make you employable and help you achieve that dream job. The courses under PG Certification in EV Engineering cover the in-depth understandings of the topics covered, with 20+ case studies with mini and major projects.

The lectures will be provided on our Online platform, which can be accessed at any time at your convenience. On each weekend we will be having a Live doubt clearing session to clarify your doubts, to help you gain a better understanding of the subject.

We at ISIEINDIA believe that any lesson learned is not useful unless you get to apply it in real-time. Thus we have placed mini-projects throughout the course to help you get a proper understanding of the subject. The mini-project will be briefed at the beginning of the subject and by the end of it, you would have to submit the project. Apart from the mini-projects you will also be provided with a major project that you would have to submit at the end of the course.

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Program Structure For PG Certification In EV Engineering

TRIMESTER I

Tri-Semester I ( PG Certification in EV Engineering ) Electrical machines are the central part of the EV Architecture. The machines are responsible to convert the electrical energy to mechanical energy and vice versa. The course thus starts with the same context of learning about electrical machines – their design, selection, working, heat generation, etc. In this, the industry-grade software will be used to perform

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the design and simulation of the product.  When the electrical machine is designed and we know about its energy consumption, it is now important to know about the battery pack. In this, the battery pack design, cell sorting, cell selection, etc becomes important to understand. The course attendees will be able to design the battery pack on their own.

Once the cell has been sorted and arranged, it becomes really important to control the cell charge, discharge, and thermal rates, as lithium being sensitive to temperatures might catch fires, thus comes the part of designing the battery management system, and thermal management system with the design of the thermal solution for battery pack.

TRIMESTER 2

Now that the knowledge about electrical machines is there, this semester will follow the integration of the components, and vehicle design and safety. The semester starts with an aerodynamic simulation of the design. Perform the aerodynamic efficiency of the design, using the simulation in software for the design of different vehicle types. While we are talking about design, it is also very important

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to know about the dynamics of the vehicle. The dynamic stability of the vehicle needs to be maintained to have better efficiency and safety. This cannot be achieved without the involvement of control methods in an electric vehicle, controlling the motor output and various other parameters using traction control, vehicle control unit, CAN communications, etc.

The charger also plays an important role in all this and can be considered as an extension of the vehicle. The charger design, configuration, and selection are also necessary for the system. This is then followed by homologation and testing. Where all the standards regarding vehicle testing and approvals are conducted.

TRIMESTER 3

With the knowledge of the whole vehicle, the participants will now move on to the final trimester, where they would have to participate in a major project, in the development of an electric vehicle or new research related to the same. Along with the project, the attendee will have to also undergo the internship/ training in the industry. The training and project will run simultaneously where projects can also be a part of training.

Industrial Training:

The industrial training subject will involve the attendee getting exposure of electric vehicle development and production either by working as an intern with the Electric Vehicle Industry associated with us or by working at our nearest center of excellence facility.

Projects

Under the project the attendee will be working on an R&D level project for EV Development, performing research on the electric vehicle component at the nearest Centre of Excellence of ISIEINDIA.

Introduction To Hybrid Electric Vehicles

1
History of Electric Vehicles
2
Construction of EVs
3
Construction of Hybrid Vehicle-HEV
4
Efficiencies Comparison EV Vs. HEV
5
Prospect and Reality of EV
6
Motors
7
Controllers

Vehicle Design And Dynamics

1
Introduction to chassis- Types of chassis and their significance
2
Factor affecting chassis and machining- Ergonomics
3
Introduction to Steering system and its Dynamics
4
Suspension System component
5
Types of Suspension System
6
Introduction to Braking System & its dynamics
7
Tire & its specifications

HEV/EV Integration And Power Flow

1
Vehicle Development Process Overview
2
Different types of Hybrid vehicle
3
Hybrid Components and Architectures
4
Major components in hybrid power train
5
Power Flow in EV & HEV
6
HV/LV electrical systems

Vehicle Safety Standards And Regulation

1
Introduction to Vehicle safety standards, Rules and Regulations
2
Standard road map for Hybrid and Electric vehicles
3
Environmental impurities and safety requirements
4
Standards and regulation in India
5
Automotive safety components certification by various organizations (ARAI, SIAM, SAE, ASME, FMVSS)

Vehicle Homologation

1
Specification & Classification of Vehicles (including M, N and O layout)
2
Homologation & its Types
3
Regulation overview (EEC, ECE, FMVSS, AIS, CMVR) type approval Scheme
4
Homologation for export
5
Conformity of Production
6
Various parameters, instruments and types of test tracks
7
Hardware in Loop (HIL) concept for EV/HEV

Motors Fundamentals And Mechanical Systems

1
DC Motor (Types | Induced EMF | Speed-Torque Relations)
2
Speed control of Armature and field control
3
Constant torque and constant horse power operations.
4
Induction Motor Equivalent circuit
5
Induction Motor Performance of the machine with variable voltage
6
Induction Motor Slip power recovery
7
Static Kramer Drive

Converter and Chopper Control

1
Series and separately excited DC motor with single phase and three phase converters
2
Waveforms
3
Performance characteristics
4
Drive employing dual converter
5
Class A- B- C- D and E chopper
6
Controlled DC motor

VSI And CSI FED Induction Motor Control

1
AC voltage controller fed induction machine operation
2
Energy conservation issues
3
V/f operation theory
4
Requirement for slip and stator voltage compensation. CSI fed induction machine
5
Operation and characteristics
6
PWM controls

Field Oriented Control

1
Field oriented control of induction machines
2
DC drive analogy
3
Direct or Feedback vector control
4
Indirect or Feed forward vector control
5
Flux vector estimation
6
Space Vector Modulation control

Direct Torque Control

1
Direct torque control of Induction Machines
2
Torque expression with stator and rotor fluxes
3
DTC control strategy
4
Optimum switching vector selection
5
Reduction of torque ripple methods.
6
Coordinate system
7
Types of sensors and working principal construction
8
Characteristics etc. used in different equipment
9
National and international Regulation’s test requirements and testing procedure

Introduction To Battery

1
Lead Acid, Nickel , Sodium , Lithium , Li-ion & Li-poly, Metal Air , Zinc Chloride Battery
2
Ultra capacitors
3
Flywheel and Hydraulic Energy Storage System
4
Comparison of different Energy Storage System

Battery Characteristics & Parameters

1
Conversion of chemical energy to electrical energy
2
Battery Specifications
3
Variables to characterize battery operating conditions
4
Specifications to characterize battery nominal and maximum characteristics
5
Efficiency of batteries
6
Electrical parameters
7
Heat generation
8
Battery design
9
Performance criteria for Electric vehicles batteries
10
Vehicle propulsion factors
11
Power and energy requirements of batteries

Battery Modelling

1
Simulation model of a rechargeable Li-ion battery
2
Simulation model of a rechargeable NiCd battery
3
Parameterization of the NiCd battery model
4
Simulation examples

Market

Standards

Policies

1
Battery market in India
2
Various companies in Indian market
3
Impact of battery market
4
Various battery standard
5
Safety policies

Battery Chemistry

1
Chemical & structure material properties for cell safety and Battery design
2
Battery testing- limitations for transport and storage of cells and batteries
3
Battery Leakage – (Gas generation in batteries, leakage path, leakage rates. Ruptures)
4
Mechanical stress and pressure tolerance of cells
5
Causes of battery explosions
6
Explosive process

Battery Management System

1
Requirement of Battery Monitoring
2
Battery State of Charge Estimation methods
3
Battery Cell equalization problem
4
SOC Estimation
5
Energy & Power estimation
6
Battery thermal management system
7
Battery Management System
8
Parts
9
Power Module (Battery, DC/DC Converter, Load, Communication channel)

Battery Thermal System

1
Battery thermal control
2
Protection interface
3
Thermal simulation of battery
4
Techniques to control the battery temperature
5
Battery effectiveness

Battery Testing- Disposal & Recycling

1
Introduction to battery testing
2
Various test methods for batteries
3
Battery Testing
4
Battery test machines
5
Battery dispose technique
6
Recycling (Disposal and second use of batteries, Recycling of batteries in industry )

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Duration: 1 Year
Lectures: 116
Video: 600 Hours
Level: Advanced
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