ISIEINDIA successfully conducted the 8th batch of 5 Days training for Jalna ITI students on EV powertrain sponsored by Jalna Janseva at Centre of Excellence Aurangabad, MH
ISIEINDIA has successfully completed its 8th batch of Jalna ITI students with a five-day training program on Electric Vehicle (EV) powertrain. The training program was sponsored by Jalna Janseva and held at the Centre of Excellence Aurangabad, MH
The training program covered a wide range of topics, equipping the students with valuable knowledge and practical skills in the field of EV powertrain technology. One of the key areas of focus was the design of Brushless Direct Current (BLDC) motors using Ansys Maxwell software. The students learned how to effectively utilize RMxpert for motor design and gained insights into the intricate details of motor components and their functionalities
Another crucial aspect of the training program was the analysis of powertrain systems using Ansys Maxwell in both two-dimensional and three-dimensional models. The students were introduced to the intricacies of powertrain design, including magnetic field analysis and simulation techniques. This hands-on experience allowed them to understand the critical factors influencing powertrain performance and efficiency.
Moreover, the students delved into powertrain modeling using MATLAB, a widely used programming language in engineering and scientific applications. Through practical exercises, they learned how to develop mathematical models for powertrain systems, enabling them to predict and optimize various performance parameters.
The training program also covered the topic of BLDC motor control using MATLAB. The students explored different control strategies and algorithms to efficiently manage the speed, torque, and direction of the motor. This knowledge is crucial for ensuring the smooth operation and optimal performance of electric vehicles.
Overall, the training program provided the students with a comprehensive understanding of EV powertrain technology, from motor design and analysis to system modeling and control. Such knowledge and skills are in high demand in the rapidly growing electric vehicle industry.
ISIEINDIA’s collaboration with Jalna Janseva and ISIEINDIA exemplifies their commitment to bridging the skill gap and empowering the youth with cutting-edge knowledge. The successful completion of the 8th batch of Jalna ITI students highlights the effectiveness of their training programs in nurturing the next generation of electric vehicle engineers.
As the world transitions towards sustainable transportation, initiatives like this play a crucial role in equipping aspiring professionals with the expertise required to drive the future of mobility. With their newfound skills, the students are now well-prepared to contribute to the development and deployment of electric vehicles, bringing us closer to a greener and more sustainable future.