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To become master:  Vehicle Fundamentals, Low-Voltage Systems, Battery Management system Development, Charging Infrastructure, Battery Sizing, Matlab Simulink, etc.,

6 Months of online learning with IIT Roorkee faculty and Industry experts

Certification in Electric Vehicle Technology

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Faculty and Mentors

Prof. Apurv Kumar Yadav

EE Dept., IIT Roorkee

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Prof. Sanjeev Manhas

ECE Dept., IIT Roorkee

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Prof. Mukehsh Kumar Pathak

EE Dept., IIT Roorkee

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Prof. Jishnu Kavil Kambrath

EE Dept., IIT Roorkee

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Prof. Sohom Chakrabarty

EE Dept., IIT Roorkee

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Prof. Siba K Patro

EE Dept., IIT Roorkee

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Prof. Ashish Kothyari

EE Dept., IIT Roorkee

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About the Course

Our Advanced Certification in Electric Vehicle aims to give you extensive training in the field of electric vehicle design. This Advanced Electric Vehicle course is led by experts from IIT Roorkee who aim to make you master Vehicle fundamentals, MATLAB Simulink, low-voltage systems, battery sizing, testing of EVs, etc., which will help you build a career in this domain.

This Advanced Certification in Electric Vehicle by E&ICT IIT Roorkee aims to help you gain knowledge and master skills in various tools and technologies of Electric Vehicle. You will get to work on several real-time assignments and projects based on these popular technologies.

Who is this Program for?

Course Highlights

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Module 1 – Vehicle Fundamentals

  • Basic of Electro mobility[ Pure EV, Hybrid, Plug-in-Hybrid]
  • EV and IC engine- pros,cons
  • Vehicle performance
  • Maximum Speed of a vehicel
  • Gradebility
  • Acceleration Performance

Module 2 – Mechanical sub-system of an EVs

  • Steering system and dynamics
  • Suspension system and dynamics
  • Thermal Management
  • Gear and transmission system
  • Braking system and chasis design
  • Turbulence
  • Design against vibration
  • Wheel and Tyre dynamics

Module 3 – Low voltage systems for EVs

  • Sensor interfaces
  • Electronics for EV testing
  • Infotainment system
  • Vehicle to vehicle communication system
  • Electronic control unit
  • Publishing odometry data from sensors
  • odometry modelling
  • Role of odometry in path of autonomous vehicles.

Module 4 – EV Motors and Speed control methods

  • Motor ratings
  • Torque and speed control : SRM,PMBLDC
  • Motor driver and convertersused in EVs
  • Lab exercise ( 2 hrs )
    • Linear controller design for electric machine system using MATLAB Simulink
    • Space Vector modelling of induction machine and vector control using MATLAB Simulink

Battery Fundamentals & BMS

  • Battery modelling advantages and Disadvantages
  • Characteristics of battery cell
  • Battery sizing
  • Introduction and objective of BMS
  • Charging and discharging control
  • Understanding of SOC, cell balancing
  • BMS topologies
  • soC estimation
  • Protection and battery management system logic Development


Module 6 – Charging Infrastructure

  • Battery Charging methods
  • EV supply equipment ( EVSE ), EV battery charges components
  • Charging infrastructure challenges
  • Classification based on charging levels , modes , plug types
  • Standard related to : connectors,communication,protocols,supply equipments
  • Converters used in EV chargers
  • Communication protocol/procedures for BHARAT DCOO1
  • Communication protocol/procedures for CCS2 charger
  • Lab exercise ( 3 hrs )
    • Single phase AC-DC converter simulation for 3.3 Kw on-board charger using MATLAB
    • Isolated DC-DC converter simulation for 3.3  On-board charger using MATLAB Simulink

Module 7 – Charging Station and Scripting

  • Charging station components
  • Topologies and strategies used in fact chargers
  • Renewable integration
  • DC/DC converter Modelling and simulation
  • AC/DC converter  modelling and simulation
  • Design and Simulation of AC and DC charge contrller
  • Lab exrecise ( 3 hrs )
    • Three-phase AC-DC converter simulation using MATLAB simulink
    • DC-DC DAB converter simulation using MATLAB simulink

Module 8 – Autonomous planning and control of EVs

  • Autonomous Vehicle kinematics and constraints
  • control to reference position and pose
  • lateral vehicle dynamics
  • Steering control for Automated Lane keeping
  • Cruise control in Autonomous Vehicles
  • Motion Planning Primtives and Planning Scenarios
  • Perception in autonomous vehicles
  • Path planning methods
  • collission avoidance
  • Co-operative control based planning
  • Lab exercises (2 hrs)
    • Longitudinal and Lateral control of autonomous vehicle using MATLAB simulink
    • Optimal Trajectory Generation for Urban Driving 

Module 9 – Testing of Electric Vehicle

  • Testing – Penetration testing, Thermal Testing, Non- Destructive Testing

Module 10 – Quality Assurance

  • Battery Systems: The battery pack is a critical component of an electric vehicle. QA involves rigorous testing and validation of battery cells, modules, and packs to ensure their performance, energy efficiency, and durability. This includes tests for temperature management, voltage stability, charging and discharging cycles, and safety features like thermal runaway prevention.

    Functional and Performance Testing: QA encompasses extensive testing of the vehicle’s performance characteristics, such as acceleration, braking, range, energy efficiency, and handling. Functional tests are conducted to verify the proper operation of systems like regenerative braking, powertrain control, battery management, and user interfaces.

    Reliability and Durability: QA involves subjecting EVs to reliability and durability tests to evaluate their performance under various operating conditions and stress factors. This includes testing for temperature extremes, vibrations, shock resistance, corrosion resistance, and extended life cycle testing. Reliability predictions and failure analysis are also conducted.

    Safety Standards and Regulations: QA ensures that EV designs comply with safety standards and regulations specific to electric vehicles. This includes considerations for crash safety, fire safety, electrical safety, and compliance with relevant standards such as ISO 26262 (functional safety for automotive systems) and IEC 61508 (functional safety of electrical/electronic/programmable electronic safety-related systems).