Hybrid Electric Vehicle Nanodegree Certificate Course

Start your journey as a Electric Vehicle Engineer in specialised domains of Battery Modelling, Charging Infrastructure, Motor Optimisation, xEV Product Development & Design Engineering. Get mentored by industry leaders and subject matter experts through personalised and timely doubt resolution sessions.

Online + Offline

Format

6 Months

(Recommended 6-8 hrs/week)

August 1, 2022

Start Date

78+

Hiring Partners

5000+

DIYguru Alumni Base

Program ScheduleBlended Mode DateDelhi Classroom DatePune Classroom Date
Admission Process + KYS Submission1st July to 22nd July 20221st July to 22nd July 20221st July to 22nd July 2022
Induction Program24th July24th July24th July
Start of Batch1st August1st August1st August
Software Distribution & Installation1st July to 24th July 20221st July to 24th July 20221st July to 24th July 2022
Interactive Online Learning + Live Projects1st Aug. 2022 to 25th Jan. 20231st Aug. 2022 to 25th Jan. 20231st Aug. 2022 to 25th Jan. 2023
Mock Test Every Third Sunday of the MonthEvery Third Sunday of the MonthEvery Third Sunday of the Month
Certification Exam from DIYguru25th Jan 202325th Jan 202325th Jan 2023
Practical - Hands-on Training (Delhi, Pune) (Optional)15th Jan to 25th Jan 202315th Jan to 25th Jan 202315th Jan to 25th Jan 2023
ASDC Exam31st Jan 202331st Jan 202331st Jan 2023
Final Nanodegree Certificate Distribution1st Feb 20231st Feb 20231st Feb 2023
Placement & Internship25th Dec 2022 to 25th Feb 202325th Dec 2022 to 25th Feb 202325th Dec 2022 to 25th Feb 2023

About the Program

Master Hybrid Electric Vehicle Product Development & Design Engineering from ASDC, Govt. of India, the apex body for awarding certification in Automotive Industry. Get personalised student support, timely doubt resolution and much more from DIYguru.

India's only Online + Offline Training Program impanelled by AICTE, Govt. of India
Internship + 360 Career Guidance & Mentorship Support with Placement Assistance upto two years.
Networking with DIYguru & ASDC 120+ Corporate Clients & Alumni Base

Opportunity to work on 10+ Live Projects & Case Studies in Retrofitting, Modelling and Simulation of lithium cell parameter & H Bridge Motor controller using Matlab

Receive 1:1 Career Counselling Sessions, Mock Interviews and Resume Building support from our career coaches.

Be a part of the 5000+ Electric Vehicle professionals community from DIYguru & ASDC.

Programme Overview

Key Highlights

Certification from Govt. of India, apex body of Automobile Skilling, ASDC.
 
Specialise in key R&D domains of 2 & 4 Wheeler Electric Vehicles.
 
Top rated teaching faculty and instructors from Industry & Academia.
 
Timely doubt resolution and discussion forums

Learn while you earn through 100% online format

Work on more than 10+ Live Projects (Online & Offline)

Placement assistance by DIYguru & ASDC.
 
Support available all days 9 AM – 9 PM IST for queries
 
 

Syllabus

Best-in-class content by leading faculty and industry leaders made with feedback from Bosch, Hyundai, Greaves Cotton and approved by AICTE, All India Council for Technical Education, Govt. of India in the form of live lectures, recorded videos, case studies and projects.

Course Objective

Make Participants more employable in rising Electric Vehicle Industry.

Prepare participants to match up demand and supply gap with the industry 4.0 revolution.

Bridge the gap between conventional methods of learning and application-based method of learning.

To empower participants with the skills to face future E-Mobility challenges.

Programme Outcomes

Mid-Trainee (GETs)  Design and Engineering professionals will be able to upskill themselves on the Electric Vehicle End to End Product Development aspects + gain a holistic perspective on both the functions with hands-on knowledge of latest tools and technology.

Students at the start of their career after graduation will be able to kick-off their Electric Vehicle Industry experience with jobs & Internships in EV related Design & Manufacturing Industry.

Who Is This Programme For?


Automotive enthusiasts (No academic qualification mandatory) working in industries such as Automotive, Auto component, Design, Manufacturing, etc.

Working in Functional areas such as R&D, Analysis, Maintenance, Projects, component design, etc.

Students from Engineering background looking to get a job opportunity in Electric Vehicle Startups, OEMs and Industries.

Candidates Interested in pursuing further studies on the part-time or full-time basis in Automotive, Electrical, Electronics, and Mechanics sector.

Minimum Eligibility

Graduates from a recognized University/College in any discipline of Engineering 

Students pursuing the final year of Engineering can also apply

BUNDLED 18 COURSES INCLUDED + LIVE SESSIONS + 10 INDUSTRY PROJECTS + DOUBT SESSIONS + CAREER GUIDANCE

Full training & placement support till you get hired! || 18+ courses! || Offline EV Nanodegree and Technician training programs || No course expiry | uninterrupted access to DIYguru Maker’s space || full equipment support 24×7 during & after the training as well || Post-placement support || Unlimited access to workshops and training until the right employment is achieved!

Course 1

ELECTRIC VEHICLE FUNDAMENTAL COURSE (FUTURE MOBILITY)

DIYguru presents a certification program on Fundamentals of Electric Vehicle Engineering. This program provides you with the most flexible learning environment possible. The course tends to equip participants with multidisciplinary expertise and increase the practical exposure with the tools and functioning of the Electric vehicle via small workshop prototypes.

ELECTRIC VEHICLE FUNDAMENTAL COURSE (FUTURE MOBILITY)

10 lessons - 4 hours
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Fundamental (Electrical)

Introduction

 

Welcome

 

Electric Vehicle Industry Overview

 

Introduction to Electric Vehicle

 

Introduction to Electric Vehicle Industry

 

Flow Chart for Designing an Electric Vehicle

History of Electric Vehicle

Pre-requisite

 

Are Mass and Weight the same thing?

 

Distance & Displacement Explained

 

Uniform & Non Uniform Motion

 

What is Velocity

 

What is Acceleration

 

What is Force Part 1

 

What is Force Part 2

 

What is Friction?

 

What is Rolling Friction?

 

Factors Affecting Friction

 

Converting Between English and Metric Units

 

Calculating the Electrical Unknowns of a DC Series Circuit

 

Calculating the Electrical Unknowns of a DC Parallel Circuit

 

Explaining the Relationship of an Electromagnetic Field

 

Analyzing Time-Series Data for Distance, Speed, and Acceleration

 

Describing Continuously Variable Transmission Operation

 

Identifying Hybrid Electric Vehicle Components :

 

FA 1.1

Design Phase

 

How Do All-Electric Cars Work?

 

Assumptions

 

Design Phase

 

Design Phase Part 2

Motors

 

Motors

 

Basics of Motors

 

More about Electrical Machines

 

Types of Motors

 

DC Motor

 

BLDC Motor

 

BLDC Out Runner Motor – Construction

 

BLDC Out Runner Motor – Working

 

BLDC In Runner Motor

 

Description Part 1

 

Description Part 2

 

Description Part 3

 

Induction Motor

 

PMSM Motor – Introduction

 

PMSM Motor – Working

 

PMSM Motor – Advantages and Disadvantages

 

FA 1.2

Batteries

 

Battery Fundamentals

 

EV Batteries

 

Types of Batteries

 

Battery Calculation Part 1

 

Battery Calculation Part 2

 

Battery Calculation – Final Steps

 

Battery Management System – Introduction

 

Battery Management Device

 

FA 1.3

Converter, Inverter, Controls and Controllers

 

Motor Controllers – Introduction

 

Motor Controller – Explanation

 

Converters, Inverters, and Controls

 

Electronics Part 1

 

Electronics Part 2

 

Charging Equipment

 

Working with Boolean Algebra and Number Systems – 1

 

Working with Boolean Algebra and Number Systems – 2

 

Describing Inverter Functions in Electric and Hybrid Vehicles

 

Working Safely on Electric and Hybrid Electric Vehicle Components

 

FA 1.4

Assignment

 

SA 1 (20 Marks)

Fundamental (Mechanical)

 

Course 2

FUNDAMENTALS OF VEHICLE DYNAMICS

The modelling approaches and characteristics of the vehicle, tire and driver model with the respect to handling and driving dynamics are summarized in the program. The important research issues about the vehicle-pavement coupled dynamics are discussed in detail.

FUNDAMENTALS OF VEHICLE DYNAMICS

6 lessons - 12 hours
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An overview of Pre-Requisites for the Course

 

Introduction to Vehicle Dynamics

 

Bit of Physics

 

Fundamentals of Linear Algebra

 

Vector Algebra and 3D Geometry

 

FA 2.1

Automotive Components

 

Power Train

 

Suspension System

 

Steering System

 

FA 2.2

Loads

 

Forces

 

Linear Forces

 

Linear External Forces

 

Weight & Weight Distribution

 

Load & Load Distribution

 

FA 2.3

Vehicle Dynamics

 

Vehicle

 

Introduction to Quater Car Model

 

Kinematics of the Model

 

Longitudinal Dynamics

 

Lateral Dynamics

 

Unpredictable Steering

 

FA 2.4

Suspension System

 

Independent Suspension System

 

Suspension System Components

 

Mc Pherson Strut

 

Double Wishbone

 

Trailing Arm & Semi – Trailing Arm

 

Three Link Trailing Arm

 

FA 2.5

Suspension Geometry

 

Caster Angle

 

Camber Angle

 

Toe

 

King Pin Inclination

 

Pneumatic Trail and Mechanical Trail

 

Roll Center and Roll Rate

 

FA 2.6

 

Suspension Geometry – Overall View

 

Bump and Droop Consideration

 

Four Bar Mechanism and I center

 

Roll Center Design and Geometry

 

Roll Moment and Roll Moment Calculation

 

Jacking Force and Roll Center Connection

 

Ride Rate

 

Overview of Suspension Behaviour

 

Anti Dive and Anti Squat

 

Why we need Anti Dive and Anti Squat

 

Damping Ratio and Damping Constant

 

Lateral Slip Angle and Cornering Forces

 

FA 2.7

Miscellaneous

 

How to read Tyre

 

Motion Variables

 

Quarter Car Model

 

Introduction – Acceleration & Breaking

 

Ford Vehicle Dynamics

 

Torque Vectoring Control

 

Focus on Aerodynamics

 

Ferrari Vehicle Dynamics

 

Vehicle Dynamics Control

Modelling & Simulation (Reference Books)

 

Modelling & Simulation (Reference Books)

Assignment

 

SA 2.1 (30 Marks)

 

SA 2.2 (30 Marks)

Certification

 

Stay in Touch

 

What’s Next

 

Tasks to Get Started

Course 3

FUNDAMENTALS OF AUTOMOBILE ENGINEERING

This program is for beginners in the Automotive field, where you will be able to understand and have a fair knowledge about the working of an automobile. Along with that, DIYguru in collaboration with Make In India initiative to promote the Automotive sector in India brings you this unique opportunity to explore various opportunities available in the Automotive Industry.

FUNDAMENTALS OF AUTOMOBILE ENGINEERING

9 lessons - 8 hours
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Your Current Standing

 

FAE1.1 Course Introduction

 

FAE1.2 Make in India Diary – Auto Industry Overview

 

FAE1.3 – Make in India : Daimler

 

FAE1.4 : Make In India – BMW

 

FAE1.5 : Make In India – Ashok Leyland

 

FAE1.6 The Government Policies of Make in India : Next 5 Yrs.

 

FAE1.7 India’s Auto Components Sector

 

FAE1.8 Meet a Maker: Mercedes-Benz

 

FAE1.9 Make in India – Scania

 

FAE1.10 Make in India – Volvo

 

FAE1.11 Make in India – ZF

 

FAE1.12 Hero Moto Corp

 

Check your Automobile Knowledge

Getting Started

 

FAE2.1 History of Automobiles

 

FAE2.2 : Automobile Industries In India

 

FAE2.3 : Automotive Industry In India

Chassis / Rollcage

 

FAE3.1 Importance and Development of Chassis

Tyres & Wheels

 

FAE4.1 : Intro to Wheels & Tyres

 

FAE4.2 Wheels Explained

 

FAE4.3 Tyre Nomenclature & How to Read Your Tyres

 

Quiz 1

Engines

 

HMW1.1 – How Do Car Engines Work?

 

EE1.1 Car Engines

 

LNE2.9 – Petrol (Gasoline) Engine vs Diesel Engine

 

EE1.2. Gasoline Vs. Diesel Explained

 

LNE2.12 – Diesel Engine, How it works ?

 

EE1.3. Two Strokes Engine Explained

 

EE1.4. Engines Layouts – Explained (V6, 16, V8, W12)

 

EE1.5. Rotary Engines

 

EE1.6. Horsepower Vs. Torque

 

EE1.7. Compression Ratio

 

EE10.8 F1 Engines Explained

 

EE1.8. Octane Rating Explained

 

Engine – Innovation

 

Diesel Engines : Innovation

 

QUIZ 2

Clutches

 

FAE6.1 How Clutches Works?

 

EE3.2 : Clutches

 

EE3.3 Multi-Plate Clutches

Transmission

 

LNE2.4 – Automatic vs Manual Transmission

 

LNE2.8 – Automatic Transmission, How it works ?

 

LNE2.6 – Manual Transmission, How it works ?

 

E4.5 : Continuously Variable Transmission

 

Videos : Steering Explained

 

Quiz 3

Revision to Basic Concepts

 

AACC1 – Car Engines

 

AACC2 : Camshaft & Valve

 

AACC3: Turbocharger & Supercharger

 

AACC4 : Car Electrics

 

AACC5 : Car Electronics

 

AACC6: Steering & Suspension

 

AACC7 : Car Differential

 

AACC8: Brakes

 

AACC9 : Car Engine Lubrication

 

AACC10 : Engine Cooling System

Suspension

 

Why is suspension necessary in automobiles?

 

AACC : How Suspension Works ?

 

Quiz 4(Revision+Suspension)

Study Materials

 

AACC : Study Materials

Certification

 

Assignment

 

Files Part-1

Course 4

Fundamentals of Power Electronics

The course deals with the basics of Electrical and Electronic concepts, components etc. The analytical calculation for motors, types of motors and power electronic devices like MOSFET, Thyristors, DC-DC Converters etc.

Fundamentals of Electrical Machines and Power Electronics

43 lessons - 24:11 hours
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Course 5

Electric Bike & Four Wheeler Design Course using Solidworks

DIYguru presents the Course on Electric Bike & Four Wheeler Design Course using SolidWorks. You will be learning how make 3D models, 2D engineering drawing, assembly, animation, and high-quality 2-Wheeler and 4-Wheeler Electric Vehicle in SolidWorks.

Electric Bike & Four Wheeler Design Course using Solidworks

5 lessons - 20 hours
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Soliworks E Bike design

 

Solidworks Product Trial

 

Introduction to Solidworks

 

Two Wheeler Chassis Part 1

 

3. Two wheeler chassis part 2

 

4. Rear shock absorber part 1

 

5. Rear shock absorber part 2

 

6. Rear shock absorber part 3

 

7. Swing arm scooter

 

8. Two wheeler tyre

 

9. Two wheeler alloy wheel

 

10. Front suspension Scooter

 

11. Disc brake rotor Scooter

 

12. Hub motor part 1

 

13. Hub motor part 2

 

14. Hub motor part 3

 

15. Motor controller scooter

 

16. Handle bar scooter

 

17. Scooter Assembly part 1

 

18. Scooter Assembly part 2

 

19-Front Panel Scooter

 

20. Scooter Headlight

 

21.Front mudguard

 

22.Middle body panel part1

 

23.Middle body panel part 2

 

24.Rear body panel scooter

 

25.Taillight

 

26.Swing arm panel

 

27.Modified taillight

 

28.Editing scooter mask

 

29.Final assembly scooter

Solidworks Electric Vehicle Design

 

Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing

 

1. Car chassis part 1

 

2. Car chassis part 2

 

3. Car chassis part 3

 

4. Car tyre part 1

 

5. Car tyre part 2

 

6. Car brake rotor

 

7. Steering Knuckle part 1

 

8. Steering Knuckle part 2

 

9. Steering Knuckle part 3

 

10. Front Suspension Macpharson part 1

 

11. Front Suspension Macpharson part 2

 

12. Lower control arm part 1

 

13. Lower control arm part 2

 

14. Torsion Beam part 1

 

15. Torsion Beam part 2

 

16. Powertrain part 1

 

17. Powertrain part 2

 

18. Half shaft part 1

 

19. Half shaft part 2

 

20. Steering assembly

 

21. Rack bar

 

22. Steering boot

 

23. Tie rod

 

24. Tie rod end

 

25. Pinion shaft

 

26. Steering column upper

 

27. Steering Column lower

 

28. Car assembly part 1

 

29. Car assembly part 2

 

30. Car assembly part 3

 

31. Car assembly part 4

 

32. Car assembly part 5

 

33. Car assembly part 6

 

34. Car assembly part 7

 

35. Monocoque part 1

 

36. Monocoque part 2

 

37. Monocoque part 3

 

38-Front side Fenders

 

39-Front bonet

 

40-Front bumper part 1

 

41-Front door panel

 

42-Rear door panel

 

43-car roof

 

44-Exploded view and final rendering

 

Sprocket chain

 

Module1:Quiz1

Solidworks for Formula SAE

 

SDBJ3 : Customizing SolidWorks for BAJA

 

SDFS2 – Modeling an FSAE Frame

 

SDFS3 – 3D Content Central SolidWorks Models for FSAE

 

SDFS4 :FSAE Steering Assembly with Edit Component

 

SDFS5 : FSAE Design Analysis Apps Intro to FEA

 

SDFS6 : SimulationXpress Sheet Metal Bracket

 

SDFS7 : Stress Analysis of FSAE Spindle Upright SolidWorks Simulation

 

SDFS8 : FSAE Tires and Wheels

 

Module 2: Quiz1

 

SDFS9 : FSAE Tutorial Frame drawing cutlist flat pattern

 

SDFS10 : Analyzing a Frame in SolidWorks Simulation

 

SDFS11 : Modeling an FSAE Frame

 

SDFS13 : Modeling a FSAE Frame Part 2

 

SDFS14 : Creating Molds for FSAE Parts

 

SDFS15 : Fatigue Analysis on a FSAE Hub

 

SDFS16 : Design Optimization of a Formula SAE Hub

 

SDFS17 : Modeling a Formula SAE Suspension Spring

 

SDFS18 : Using PhotoView 360 to Render FSAE Parts

 

SDFS19 : Using SolidWorks Motion for Formula SAE

 

SDFS20 : Tips and Tricks for Formula SAE Students

 

SDFS21 : Surfacing to Create FSAE Body Work – Part 1

 

SDFS22 : Surfacing to Create FSAE Body Work – Part 2

 

SDFS23 : How to Model a Formula SAE Exhaust in SolidWorks

 

SDFS24 : SAE Thermal Stress

 

SDFS25 : SAE Intake Internal Flow

 

SDFS25 : SAE Intake Internal Flow

 

SDFS26 : SAE Mold Tutorial

 

SDFS27 : SAE Frame Analysis

 

Optimization in Solid Works

 

Roll Cage Design (CAD)

 

Roll Cage Design (CAD) – FSAE

 

Basics of SolidWorks- Part 2 Introduction to 3D modeling

 

Applying Weldments in Solid Works

 

Suspension Solidworks Model

 

Solidworks Simulation- Static structural analysis of hub.

 

Module 2: Quiz 2

Solidworks for BAJA SAE

 

SDBJ1 : BAJA – Frame & Weldments

 

SDBJ2 : Large Assembly Tips and Tricks

 

SDBJ3 : Customizing SolidWorks for BAJA

Certification

 

Assignment

 

Files Part-1

Course 6

BMS – BATTERY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM CERTIFICATION COURSE

The ongoing transformation of battery technology has prompted many newcomers to learn about designing battery management systems. This course provides a beginner’s guide to the battery management system (BMS) architecture, discusses the major functional blocks and explains the importance of each block to the battery management system.

BMS – BATTERY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM CERTIFICATION COURSE

12 lessons - 6 hours
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Course 7

Finite Element Analysis using ANSYS (FEA / FEM)

You’ll practice using a common solution approach to problems involving different physics: structural mechanics, fluid dynamics and heat transfer. We’ll solve textbook examples to understand the fundamental principles of finite-element analysis and computational fluid dynamics. Then we’ll apply these principles to simulate real-world examples

Finite Element Analysis using ANSYS (FEA / FEM)

5 lessons - 10 hours
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Introduction

 

Download Link

 

Overview

 

Applications

 

Ansys Workbench

 

Mechanical Overview

 

Unit System

Mechanical Basics

 

Basic Analysis Procedure

 

Mechanical Interface Overview

 

Menus- View

 

PRACTICE SESSION – 10

 

PRACTICE SESSION – 11

 

PRACTICE SESSION – 12

 

PRACTICE SESSION – 13

 

PRACTICE SESSION – 14

 

PRACTICE SESSION – 15

 

PRACTICE SESSION – 16

 

PRACTICE SESSION – 17

 

PRACTICE SESSION – 18

General Preprocessing

 

PRACTICE SESSION – 001

 

PRACTICE SESSION – 002

 

PRACTICE SESSION – 003

 

PRACTICE SESSION – 004

 

PRACTICE SESSION – 005

 

PRACTICE SESSION – 019

Meshing in Mechanical

 

PRACTICE SESSION – 001

 

PRACTICE SESSION – 002

 

PRACTICE SESSION – 003

 

PRACTICE SESSION – 004

Static Structural Analysis

 

PRACTICE SESSION – 005

 

PRACTICE SESSION – 006

 

PRACTICE SESSION – 007

 

PRACTICE SESSION – 008

 

PRACTICE SESSION – 009

 

PRACTICE SESSION – 010

 

PRACTICE SESSION – 011

 

PRACTICE SESSION – 012

 

PRACTICE SESSION – 013

 

PRACTICE SESSION – 14

 

PRACTICE SESSION – 015

Modelling Connections

 

PRACTICE SESSION – 016

 

PRACTICE SESSION – 017

 

PRACTICE SESSION – 018

 

PRACTICE SESSION – 19

 

PRACTICE SESSION – 20

 

PRACTICE SESSION – 21

 

PRACTICE SESSION – 22

 

PRACTICE SESSION – 23

 

PRACTICE SESSION – 24

 

PRACTICE SESSION – 25

Remote Boundary Conditions

 

PRACTICE SESSION – 26

 

PRACTICE SESSION – 27

 

PRACTICE SESSION – 28

 

PRACTICE SESSION – 29

 

PRACTICE SESSION – 30

 

PRACTICE SESSION – 31

 

PRACTICE SESSION – 32

 

PRACTICE SESSION – 33

Multistep Analysis

 

PRACTICE SESSION – 34

 

PRACTICE SESSION – 35

 

PRACTICE SESSION – 36

 

PRACTICE SESSION – 37

 

PRACTICE SESSION – 38

 

PRACTICE SESSION – 39

Vibration Analysis

 

PRACTICE SESSION – 40

 

PRACTICE SESSION – 41

 

PRACTICE SESSION – 42

 

PRACTICE SESSION – 43

 

PRACTICE SESSION – 44

 

PRACTICE SESSION – 45

Thermal Analysis

 

PRACTICE SESSION – 46

 

PRACTICE SESSION – 47

 

PRACTICE SESSION – 48

 

PRACTICE SESSION – 49

 

PRACTICE SESSION – 50

 

PRACTICE SESSION – 51

 

PRACTICE SESSION – 52

Results and Postprocessing

 

PRACTICE SESSION – 53

 

PRACTICE SESSION – 54

 

PRACTICE SESSION – 55

 

PRACTICE SESSION – 56

 

PRACTICE SESSION – 57

 

PRACTICE SESSION – 58

 

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PRACTICE SESSION – 60

 

PRACTICE SESSION – 61

 

PRACTICE SESSION – 62

 

PRACTICE SESSION – 63

 

PRACTICE SESSION – 64

CAD Parameters

 

PRACTICE SESSION – 65

 

PRACTICE SESSION – 66

 

PRACTICE SESSION – 67

 

PRACTICE SESSION – 68

Training Exercise Files

Training Exercise Files

Software Download & License

Course 8

Modelling and Simulation of Motor & Battery using Matlab

Matlab -PWM Signal generation -Delay and response -Sizing of switches depending on motor specification. SOC Estimation -Degradation -MATLAB -Filter methodologies

Modelling and Simulation of Motor & Battery using Matlab

43 lessons - 24:11 hours
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Course 9

Electric Vehicle Diagnosis (Repair & Maintainance)

The major end to end life cycle of an automotive vehicle depends on the proper diagnosis of the vehicle. This course covers the fundamentals and basics of vehicle diagnosis on an industrial level.

Electric Vehicle Diagnosis (Repair & Maintainance)

43 lessons - 24:11 hours
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Course 10

Electric Vehicle Charging Infrastructures

The course will cover the existing infractures and standards used in the Indian/Global scenario of Electric Vehicle charging. This will also include the different levels and types of AC DC charging, the different types of connectors used and the rules and regulations for charging infrastructure.

Electric Vehicle Charging Infrastructures

43 lessons - 24:11 hours
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Course 11

Design of EV Using MATLAB

This program is designed in such a way that it covers all the basic components involved in designing a electric vehicle and to model it in MATLAB/Simulink.

Design of EV Using MATLAB

43 lessons - 24:11 hours
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Course 12

Basics of Electrical Engineering for Electric Vehicle

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.

Basic of Electrical Engineering for Electric Vehicle

43 lessons - 24:11 hours
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Course 13

Battery Pack Modelling

In this course, we’ll take a look at Fundamentals of battery pack design and look at what a battery pack is, what it does and we’ll also explore the individual components that typically make up a battery pack. This program is designed in such a way that every upcoming week one module is uploaded.

Battery Pack Modelling

43 lessons - 24:11 hours
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Course 14

Automotive Embedded Systems

Automotive Embedded Systems

43 lessons - 24:11 hours
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Course 15

Python Programming Language for Mechanical & Electrical Engineers

The purpose of these walk-throughs is to give mechanical engineers a vision of how they can use Python in their own area of expertise and understand the scope of what is possible, whether for business or academia. As you walk through the showcase projects in this series you’ll also learn some of the different modes of writing and using python in an engineering environment. This program is designed in such a way that on every upcoming week one module is uploaded.

Python Programming Language for Mechanical & Electrical Engineers

43 lessons - 24:11 hours
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Course 16

Data Analytics in Electric Vehicle

To understand and work on essential libraries of data analysis. To understand and work on the concepts of data wrangling, data filtering, data cleaning, data transformation, shaping, combining, plotting, and aggregation. To work with practical examples and understand all major functions you require to analyze data. To combine the knowledge of python with data analysis and utilizing the python data structures to understand and manipulate data. to make your work and understand the visualization libraries, with the aim to report and present the analyzed data more efficiently.

Data Analytics in Electric Vehicle

43 lessons - 24:11 hours
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WHAT & HOW will you learn?

 

STEP 1: Introduction to PYTHON and Data Analysis

In this course, students will be introduced to the python programming language and the concept of data analysis. How data analysis has become one of the most important skills for students in different areas. How data analysis and Python, is useful in every domain, ranging from mathematics to physics, from computer science to electrical engineers. Every second company works with data, and so, requires, professionals, who can understand their data and can play with them! This course will bring out the understanding and motivation to start a career in data analysis using python.

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STEP 2: Basics of PYTHON

This course will focus on the basics of the python language. Since python is currently the most used language for data analysis, it is essential to cover all basics of python language. This course will start from level zero and will take students to the level, where students could program independently and implement the concept of variables, user inputs, loops, error handling, operations, conditionals, functions, and statements. Students will be working on the number of assignments and develop smart programs. The focus will be to bring confidence among students, to upskill themselves to higher python programming expertise.

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STEP 3: PYTHON Intermediate- Data Structures

Working with python basics will give students to flexibility to upskill and upgrade their python knowledge to a higher level. This will give you more understanding of analyzing and manipulation data with python concepts in more detail. This course will take the student’s expertise to the next level, where students would be able with more advanced examples and more sophisticated concepts. The students will work on essential concepts of strings, file systems, lists, dictionaries, and tuples. Moreover, the students will work with a large number of examples and will be given numerous tasks and assignments. These courses will enable students to analyze and work with apparently endless data! students will be able to work independently over a large number of sophisticated applications. These data structures will build a strong foundation for the ideal start of data analytics.

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STEP 4: PYTHON Advanced

The course on advanced python will enable students to be ideal candidates for python developer profiles. This course will help students to think beyond the commonly used algorithms and concepts. Students will be able to work on topics, such that, they could retrieve and process databases right from the web! Students will work, extract, and access the data from the web APIs. In order to access different data forms, students will be taught the art of ‘regular expressions’ so as to define their own formula to retrieve the text from the thousands of data lines over any website. Students will work on different protocols and will implement their learning ver different web data formats. Students will be introduced the concept of OOPs programming in python and SQL.

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STEP 5: Data Analytics Basic: Numpy and Introduction to Pandas

With the perfect knowledge in the python programming language, here comes the perfect time to make the transition into the domain of data analytics. The beginning of the course will enable students to recollect and revise the previously learned python structures, necessary to begin with data analytics. One of the most important libraries to be able to understand data is the library Numpy. Understanding data in the form of arrays and accessing them and manipulating them in array form will give you the foundation to learn higher-level libraries incoming courses. This course will focus on giving students that essential foundation. The students will then dive into the heart of analysis! The pandas! Students will cover the concepts of series, data frames, and performing essential operations and manipulations indexing, filtering, sorting, correlating arithmetic, and so on.

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STEP 6: Data Analytics Intermediate

In this course, students will work more extensively on analyzing data.students will work on the main areas of data loading, cleaning, preparation, data wrangling, transforming data, and data aggregation. The actual analysis comes here! Students will work on numerous examples, and will continuously work on random datasets to see how each function is applicable. This course will cover the actual analysis of datasets and will be able to apply the functions and algorithms in any possible manner based on their requirements. Finally, students will cover the concept of ‘time-series’ enabling students to analyze stuff in different terms of time intervals.

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STEP 7: Data Visualization

This course will give students the kickstart! A push to dive into the world of visualizations. Certainly, this course will be the easiest of all, as the actual analysis has been previously done in the past courses. Students will learn, how to report and present their results with the use of graphs and charts. The most fundamental library ‘matplotlib’ will be the main library we will focus on here. Students will then be introduced to the ‘seaborn’ library, easing out the visualization tasks. Students will work on different graph types of line plot, histogram, density plot, scatter, bar plots, and point plots. Since matplotlib and seaborn have limited usage, students will be introduced with the more advanced and interactive library of ‘plotly’, where students will work on more interactive visualization methods. From there, students are free to explore more on their own … a perfect ending!

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Course 17

Electric Vehicle System Modelling & Analysis using ALTAIR

Get free access to ALTAIR Softwares used for EV Modelling and Simulation via our partnerships on the technology front. When used early in the design process, simulation empowers a broad exploration of design solutions that are high-performing, manufacturable, and sustainable.

Electric Vehicle System Modelling & Analysis using ALTAIR

43 lessons - 24:11 hours
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Simulation-driven Design

Get free access to ALTAIR Softwares used for EV Modelling and Simulation via our partnerships on the technology front. When used early in the design process, simulation empowers a broad exploration of design solutions that are high-performing, manufacturable, and sustainable.

Altair® Inspire™

Accelerate simulation-driven design
When used early in the design process, Inspire empowers the users to create designs that achieve better performance and manufacturability by offering a single intuitive user experience to simulate, explore, develop, and optimize products. A unique set of simulation tools ensure production efficiency and optimize material usage for many manufacturing processes.

Altair® HyperWorks™

Driving more design with simulation
The new HyperWorks experience enables teams to move efficiently from physics to physics, domain to domain, and even create reports without leaving a model. It delivers the next generation of market-leading Altair® HyperMesh®, Altair® HyperGraph®, and Altair® HyperView® functionality to the analyst’s desktop.

Altair® SimLab™

Multiphysics workflows with CAD associativity
SimLab provides highly automated workflows to drastically reduce the time spent creating finite element models and interpreting results for product engineers across multiple physics including structural analysis, thermal management, and fluid dynamics.

Altair® SimSolid™

Structural analysis for rapid design iterations
SimSolid enables customers to accurately test more ideas during each design iteration by performing structural analysis on fully featured CAD assemblies within minutes. It delivers game-changing solution times while eliminating geometry preparation and meshing.

Altair Material Data Center, a high-fidelity material database for simulation

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A History of Solving the Most Challenging Problems

Altairians are compelled by curiosity and a deep desire to look beyond the horizon for new insights, ideas, and possibilities, to drive the engineering innovations of the future.​​

 

Altair® OptiStruct™

Optimization-enabled structural analysis
For more than two decades, OptiStruct topology optimization has driven the lightweight and structurally efficient designs of products you see and use every day. Introduced in 1994, OptiStruct solves both linear and nonlinear problems using an enhanced proprietary version of NASTRAN and a modern proprietary nonlinear formulation developed and maintained by Altair.

Altair® Radioss™

Product performance under dynamic loadings
For more than 30 years, Radioss has been an industry leader for automotive crash and safety, shock and impact analysis, drop test, terminal ballistic, blast and explosion effects, and high-velocity impacts. Radioss is a powerful multiphysics solver with optimization-ready integrations with other Altair tools and third-party solutions.

Altair® Feko®

Solving connectivity, compatibility, and radar challenges
Feko has been a leader in high-frequency electromagnetic simulation for more than 20 years and provides parallelized solvers to design products for an increasingly connected world, enabling teams to optimize wireless connectivity, including 5G, ensure electromagnetic compatibility (EMC), and perform radar cross section (RCS) and scattering analysis.

Altair® DesignAI™

Cloud native, transformative, AI- and simulation-driven design
Altair DesignAI transforms engineering decision-making by combining physics-based simulation-driven design and machine learning-based AI-powered design to create high-potential designs earlier in development cycles. Augment product development practices with AI technology to explore a broader population of customer pleasing, high performing, meaningful, and manufacturable new product design alternatives.

Course 18

ELECTRICAL MACHINES ONLINE TRAINING

In this course you will learn the basics in Electrical Training that include- Stating what is an accident, the probable causes and safe attitude during it, Rescuing a person who is in contact with a live wire, Understanding the general safety of Tools and Equipment, Describing electricity, conductor, insulator, voltage, current, resistance, P.D., and inter-relation between Voltage, Current, and Resistance etc, Explaining the difference between AC & DC, Describing the purpose of Earthing and Types of Earthing. The successful candidate will be now able to take precautions in any electrical hazards.

ELECTRICAL MACHINES ONLINE TRAINING

43 lessons - 24:11 hours
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Course 19

Electric Vehicle Powertrain SyStem Integration

This course offers a detailed technical explanation with design considerations of the EV powertrain components and system integration and how they work together, also how they compare to the internal combustion engine in value.

ELECTRICAL MACHINES ONLINE TRAINING

43 lessons - 24:11 hours
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Introduction to Electric Vehicle Powertrain

 

Introduction to Electric Vehicle Powertrain Part: 1

 

Introduction to Electric Vehicle Powertrain Part: 2

Nomenclature & Understanding Calculation for EV Components

 

Typical Power Ratings of EV Chargers

 

Motor Power and Torque Calculation

 

Weight Distribution

 

Thermal Management in EV: Active & Passive Air Cooling

 

Thermal Management in EV: Liquid Cooling

 

Thermal Management in EV: Heating

Power conditioning and Filtering

 

Power Conditioning and Filtering

 

How Filtering is Done?

 

Capactive Filtering

 

Inductive Filtering

 

Diode Filtering

 

Noise Characterization

Power, Voltage Conversion

 

Voltage Conversion

 

Voltage Regulator Topologies

Motor Controls

 

Introduction to Motor Controls

 

Motor Control Circuitry

 

Control Sequence of BLDC Part: 1

 

Control Sequence of BLDC Part: 2

 

Hall Sensor Feedback v/s BEMF Feedback

Modelling of Powertrain Components in in SOLIDWORKS and Analysis in ANSYS

 

Motor Selection

 

Modelling of Motor Shaft

 

Analysis of Motor Shaft

 

Modelling of Left Motor Mounting

 

Modelling of Right Motor Mounting

 

Analysis of Motor Mounting

 

Modelling of Bearing Adaptor

 

Analysis of Bearing Adaptor

 

Differential Selection

 

Modelling of Driving Sproket

 

Optimization of Driven Sprocket

 

Analysis of Driving Sprocket

 

Analysis of Driven Sprocket

 

Modelling of Left Eccentric

 

Analysis of Left Eccentric

 

Modelling of Right Eccentric

 

Analysis of Right Eccentric

 

Modelling of Tripod Housing

 

Analysis of Tripod Housing

 

Modelling of Axle

 

Analysis of Axle

 

Modelling of Differential Mounting

 

Analysis of Differential Mounting

 

Modelling of Differential Assembley

Battery Management System

 

Introduction to BMS

 

Introduction to BMS

 

Data Acquisition

 

Battery Monitoring Unit

 

Battery Control Unit

 

Battery Management Device

Getting started with Simulink

 

How to Build and Simulate a Simple Simulink Model

 

How to Add a Controller and Plant to the Simulink Model

 

How to View Simulation Results

 

How to Tune a PID Controller

 

How to Compare and Save Simulation Data

 

How to Manage Your Simulink Model

 

How to Add Components to Your Simulink Model

 

How to Model Continuous and Discrete Systems in One Model

 

How to Use Templates and Examples

Thermal Management

 

Introduction to Thermal Management

 

Components of Cooling System

 

Cooling System Maintenance and Repair

 

Understand Heat Load

 

Motor Heat Load Simulation

 

Controller Heat Load Simulation

 

Radiator Specification

 

Radiator Calculations

 

Design Flow

 

Errors and Failures in Cooling Systems

 

Twin Radiators

 

Testing

 

Case Study

 

Importance of Cooling System

 

Busbars Modelling

 

Busbars Simulation

 

Celltabs Modelling

 

Celltabs Simulation

 

Battery Pack Modelling

 

Battery Pack Simulation

Modelling and Simulation

 

Cell Modelling and Simulation

 

BMS Modelling and Simulation

 

Powertrain Modelling and Simulation

 

Electric Vehicle Modelling and Simulation

Reference Books

 

Advanced EV Books

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Projects Included Nanodegree

Because, we are a Do It Yourself Learning Platform, we give you access to our world-class mentors with guidance on Four different types of Projects, listed here –

 

3. Modelling and Simulation of lithium cell parameter –
SOC Estimation -Degradation -MATLAB -Filter methodologies



4. H Bridge Motor controller using MATLAB –

MATLAB -PWM Signal generation -Delay and response -Sizing of switches depending on motor specification

TOTAL 33 PROJECTS

4 LIVE MINOR EV BASED PROJECTS

4 LIVE MAJOR EV BASED  PROJECTS

10 MATLAB PROJECTS

3 PYTHON PROJECTS

3 DATA  ANALYTICS PROJECTS

3 ANSYS SELF PACED PROJECTS

3 SOLIDWORKS PROJECTS

2 CATIA PROJECTS

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7 DAYS OFFLINE (HANDS ON TRAINING) – OPTIONAL

Day 1
Introductions (Faculty and Students) and a brief outline of the workshop along with the introduction to L5 Commercial Vehicles. The second half, Physical inspection of the vehicle along with its parts.
Day 2
A complete introduction to wire harness electricals and connectivity of the powertrain. The second half, physical demonstration of the wire harness of an L5 EV as well as a High-speed two-wheeler.
Day 3
Complete mechanical parts of a heavy L5 EV, along with movable parts possible wear and tear points. (Includes brakes, hydraulics, wheel’s Power transmission drive), Handle Tires etc. The second half, physical demonstration as well as hands-on of the Physical parts and components.
Day 4
Battery configuration of the vehicle (60 Volt and 72 volts) batteries both legacy as well as LFP battery. How to check the health of the battery procedures to find anomalies, risk of leaking electricity, points of leakages etc. Basic building blocks of LFP battery (Cells, BMS and process of Tick welding) along with a demonstration of such battery packs. The second half, an actual demo of Tick welding and development of a module of the battery pack.
Day 5
Actual welding denting and painting of components or parts of the vehicle (post wear and tear) (the first half is a demo). The second half is an examination for hands-on skills (basic knowledge will be imparted) students can convey if he/she wants to participate in this exercise. Those passing this exercise will be given exposure to actual Internship.
Day 6
Internship Examination: It will involve examination (physically) of any one of the above- mentioned skills, this is a team approach and we shall allocate teams of 4 or 5 members each. A full vehicle shall be handed over (In damaged condition) to the members, where students need to showcase the entire skill of how to approach and rectify mistakes. (NOTE: some of the activities may possibly go beyond the time frame of this day, and we are open to give/ share the facility beyond
Day 7
FINAL Results of the Practical Examination will be shared on Day 7, and students/ participants clearing the examination will be given the immediate opportunity of getting deployed on the task of Internship.
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Key Highlights

Electric Vehicle Nanodegree Global Certification

Complete all the modules successfully and receive a Certificate and Alumni Status. 

Join a vibrant community of Electric Vehicle professionals and become part of one of India’s top Future Mobility Upskilling Platform. 

  • Get the latest updates about the trends and techniques of Business and Career Opportunities in the EV Space for lifetime.

Our Learners Work At

Top EV companies from all around the world have recruited DIYguru alumni
Driving manpower for leading brands

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Programme Fee

Rs. 1,18,000 (Inc. GST)

Standard EMI Plans Starting at ₹5,900.

Zest Money/Debit/Credit EMI*

Admission for students via DET Exam

Attend Offline Hands on Training at DIYguru Center of Excellences in Delhi & Pune

DIYguru Delhi (Head Office)

DIYguru, 374, M G Rd, Sultanpur, New Delhi, Delhi 110030

DIYguru Pune (Center of Excellence)

ADYP - DIYguru E-Mobility COE, DY Patil Knowledge City Rd, Charholi Budruk, Pune, Maharashtra 412105

Frequently Asked Questions

PAYMENT

The total fees for the course start from 1,00,000 + taxes. You can avail of a 0% EMI option with a monthly instalment of ₹12,000 per month and a down payment of ₹15,500 to block your seat.

You will need to pay ₹15,500 to block your seat once you are shortlisted for the programme.

CAREER ASSISTANCE

Our host of industry partners will receive a detailed profile and programme performance reports of our students. Based on that, they will assess the most suitable candidates and extend job opportunities to the top performers.

This programme has been developed by understanding the hiring challenges and skill gaps faced in the EV Industry in India. This and the application filtering process before the start of the programmes are the two key reasons why a number of top companies are interested in offering exciting opportunities.

LAPTOP REQUIREMENTS

In the nanodegree program we are dealing with SolidWorks, Ansys and MATLAB, etc. which are moderate graphic demanding software. While looking for a laptop for the above application, kindly keep in mind the following specifications.
  • 1. At Least 8GB RAM
  • 2. 256 or above SSD
  • 3. 4GB Graphics Card
  • 4. 15 inch monitor
  • 5. sRGB above 80%

COURSE CURRICULUM

Post this programme, you will get a GlobalCertificate in Electric Vehicle Engineering from ASDC & DIYguru. Along with this, you will receive a comprehensive report of your skills and competencies relevant to Electric Vehicle derived from all your assignments. 

This programme will require 6-8 hours of engagement per week, which is flexible, for the duration of the programme (6 months).

This Certification Programmes from ASDC and DIYguru has trained aspiring professionals from across several cities in India and abroad. The mode of delivery is online + Offline. For one week of Hands on Training which is optional as many professionals are unable to attend the program physically you can attend our workshop centers in Delhi, Pune & Bangalore.

 

In line with our mission to develop extremely industry-relevant online programmes for working professionals, we have involved leading industry professionals at every stage of the programme development. These individuals have decades of experience powering Electric Vehicle Startups & OEMs and driving ROI across continents.

Our industry network has helped us develop and deliver most industry-relevant content and case projects.

Our programmes have a strong experiential component that would prepare you to apply your learning in the job. Learn – Experience – Apply.

Cases and industry projects will help you experience real-life challenges in Electric Vehicle Development. These will enable you to step into the shoes of leading Electric Vehicle OEM’s and companies and put to use the theoretical learning in an experiential manner.

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