An electric vehicle, also called an EV, uses one or more electric motors or traction motors for propulsion. This program is conceptualized to impart industrial work flow to students that how electric automobile components function, how vehicle is conceptualized, designed and manufactured. This program provide a platform for the students which supports their engineering thoughts and give them a pragmatic experience. 

Topics to be covered in Workshop:

  • Introduction about Automobiles
  • Latest Technologies in Automobiles
  • EVs : A clean mobility option
  • Comparison between Electric vs Petrol vs Hybrid Vehicle
  • Motion and dynamic equations for vehicles
  • Propulsion requirements for vehicles
  • HEV architectures
  • EV architectures
  • Mechanical systems used in EVs and HEVs
  • Fundamentals of Regenerative Braking
  • Electrical machines for EVs and HEVs
  • Motors
  • Steering
  • Relation between Power, Torque, RPM & CC
  • Power to Weight Ration & Effects
  • Boost and Buck-Boost Converters
  • Voltage Control of DC-AC Inverters Using PWM
  • Control Systems for the HEV and EVs
  • Batteries for EVs
  • Fuel cell and supercapacitors
  • Electric vehicle charger
  • Electric vehicle charger technology
  • EV charging and the grid
  • Minimizing thermal hot spot in battery
  • Vehicle Integration, Connectivity & IoT
  • Feasibility & future scope
  • Special Queries Session

Duration: The duration of this workshop will be two consecutive days, with eight hour session each day in a total of sixteen hours properly divided into theory and hands on sessions.

Certification Policy:

  • Certificate of Merit for all the workshop participants.
  •  At the end of this workshop, a small competition will be organized among the participating students and winners will be awarded with a 'Certificate of Excellence'.
  • Certificate of Coordination for the coordinators of the campus workshops.

Eligibility: It's a basic level workshop so there are no prerequisites. Anyone interested, can join this workshop.

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