Why this course?
This online program is a step-by-step training to develop system-level simulation of the electric vehicle system.
The passive loading scheme is used in which a separate model of the vehicle and motor needs to connect to build the complete model of the electric vehicle.
It helps to predict the performance of the vehicle for different types of electric motor.
This program is developed such that the students from any branch of engineering including diploma studies can learn how to build the simulation model of an electric vehicle system.
However, a basic knowledge of the MATLAB simulation environment is required.
Who this course is for:
Electrical engineering students
Power electronics engineering students
Research scholars interested to work in the area of electric vehicle system
What you'll learn
How to develop a mathematical model of the vehicle
How to develop a MATLAB simulation model of the specific vehicle
How to develop simulation of specific electric motor
How to connect developed vehicle model with the simulation model of an electric vehicle with a passive loading scheme
How to use this model for predicting the performance of the system.
Understand what changes are required in system design to achieve the desired performance.
Basic knoledge of science & physics
Basic knowledge about MATLAB Simulation Software
Ch 1: Introduction
1.1: Getting Started
1.2: Course Introduction
Ch 2: Derive MAthematical Model of Vehicle
2.2: Derive Mathematical Model of the Vehicle
Ch 3: Simulation Model of Vehicle with MATLAB
3.1: Develop Dynamic Vehicle Model with MATLAB
3.2: Derive Speed-Torque Characteristics of Vehicle
3.3: Store the Characteristics to the Look-up Table
Ch 4: Simulation Model of Specific Vehicle
4.1: Develop Simulation Model of Maruti Swift Desire
4.2:Task: Develop Simulation Model of Specific Car
4.3: Task: Develop Smulation Model of Specific Bike
Ch 5: Simulation Model of Electric Vehicle
5.1: Derive Mathematical Model of DC Motor
5.2: Develop Simulation Model of DC Motor
5.3: Derive constant Kt & Kb of DC Motor
5.4: DC Motor Specifications (5hp to 75hp)
Ch 6: Connect Electric Motor Model with Vehicle Model
6.1: Understanding a problem
6.2: Solution: Passive Loading Scheme
6.4: Summary of Passive Loading Scheme
6.5: Task: Connect your vehicle model with 75hp Motor
Ch 7: 200kg Electric Vehicle Model Powered by 5hp DC Motor
7.1: Analysis of 200kg Vehicle when powered by 5hp DC Motor
7.2: Motor Model from Simpowersystem Library
7.3: Current Limit & Speed Control
Ch 8: Analysis of Different Electric Vehicle Model
8.1: 200kg Electric Vehicle Powered by 3kw 48V DC Series Motor
8.2: Maruti Swift Desire Powered by 50hp 240V DC Motor
8.3: Maruti Swift Desired Powered by 60kw SR Motor
Ch 9: Summary
9.1: Classifications of Electric Vehicle Simulations
Ph.d, IIT Roorkee
In 2013, Dr. Jignesh Makwana earned a Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering from the Indian Institute of Technology Roorkee. Since the previous 15 years, he has been teaching power electronics, electric drives, control systems, and other subjects in engineering colleges. From 2013 until 2017, he was an associate professor and the head of the Electrical Engineering Department at Marwadi University in Rajkot. He currently works as a product design and development consultant for a number of firms in the fields of electric drives and power electronics. He also assists numerous reputable universities in developing engineering curricula and syllabuses as a BOS member.
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