Basics of Electrical Engineering in Electric Vehicle

Introduction

When climate change is the main concern, the most sustainability is needed in the field of the automotive industry in terms of fossil fuel combustion where Electric Vehicle with the shortened acronym as EV took the important alternate option. 

India’s electric vehicle (EV) market is expected to grow at a compounded annual growth rate (CAGR) of 90 per cent in this decade to touch $150 billion by 2030, a report by consulting firm RBSA Advisors.

The Indian EV market is currently in its infancy and is estimated to grow at a CAGR of 90 per cent from 2021 to 2030. In terms of penetration, EV sales account for barely 1.3 per cent of total vehicle sales in India during 20-21. However, the market is growing rapidly and is expected to be worth more.

EV technology evolution in India requires a sizable investment in R&D and product development, both on the automobile platforms and battery/charging technology. Collective investment done by 2W, 3W, 4W, EV component makers and last-mile delivery companies was recorded at Rs ~25,000 crores during January– July 2021.

With the unveiling of the National Electric Mobility Mission Plan 2020, manufacturers to adopted electric vehicles in an attempt to reduce our dependence on imported oil. The ambitious plan aims to produce 6-7 million electric vehicles by 2020 with an estimated fuel savings of 2.2-2.5 million tons. Vehicle manufacturers in India have a tough road ahead in meeting this goal and tailoring electric vehicles for the Indian market.

The objective for Basics of EV

  • This Basic understanding of EV is mainly designed for those who are very new to the world of Electrical Engineering. 
  • Specially designed for Mechanical Engineers, but anyone can choose this course to clear their fundamentals. 
  • This course covers all the basic electrical prerequisite knowledge for this newly emerging field.
  • The course curriculum is designed in such a way that it will cover the Basic Electrical knowledge, Basic Power Electronics, Different EV architecture, Different Motors and selection, Motor speed control strategies, Different Energy storage system and their comparison.
  • So that both Mechanical and Electrical students remain on the same pitch to start their career.

Course Curriculum

1. Basic Electricals
Lecture 1 Ohm_s Law 00:00:00
Lecture 2 AC vs DC 00:00:00
Lecture 3 Basic Electrical Elements 00:00:00
Lecture 4 KVL nad KCL 00:00:00
Lecture 4 Battery & Battery Pack 00:00:00
2. Basic power electronics
Video_1_Introduction 00:00:00
Video_2_Diode and SCR 00:00:00
Video_3_GTO and BJT 00:00:00
Video_4_MOSFET and IGBT 00:00:00
Electrochemical Energy Storage 00:00:00
3. Energy Storage System
Electrochemical Energy Storage 00:00:00
Electrical and Mechanical Energy Storage 00:00:00
Chemical Energy Storage _ 3D Solar Cell 00:00:00
4. EV Architectures
HEV1_Introduction 00:00:00
HEV2_Types of EV 00:00:00
HEV3_Components of EV and HEV 00:00:00
HEV4_HEV Architectures 00:00:00
5. Motors
BLDC Motor 00:00:00
Single Ph IM 00:00:00
3Ph Induction Motor 00:00:00
synch motor 00:00:00
DC Motor_Working 00:00:00

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