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Fundamentals of Electric Vehicles: Technology & Economics

  • Course level: Beginner

Description

A systems course to understand the fundamentals of Electric Vehicles (EVs). The course will examine technology associated with each element of EV drive-train; at the same time, it will get into the economics of EVs vis-à-vis petrol vehicles.

COURSE LAYOUT

The key topics that are going to be discussed in this course areElectric Vehicles
1. Overview of EV/
2. Vehicle Dynamics
3. Vehicle Subsystems: EV Power-train
3.1 Storage for EVs
3.2 Fundamentals of EV Battery Pack design
3.3 EV Motors and Controllers: Fundamentals and Design
4 Vehicle Accessories
5 Battery Charging and Swapping
6. Management of EV Infrastructure

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What Will I Learn?

  • Overview of Electric Vehicles 
  • Vehicle Dynamics
  • Vehicle Subsystems: EV Power-train
  • Storage for EVs
  • Fundamentals of EV Battery Pack design
  • EV Motors and Controllers: Fundamentals and Design
  • Vehicle Accessories
  • Battery Charging and Swapping
  • Management of EV Infrastructure

Topics for this course

77 Lessons

Fundamentals of Electric Vehicles: Technology & Economics

Introduction to the Course00:00:00
Lecture 1: Overview of Electric Vehicles00:00:00
Lecture 2: EV program Innovatively and Differently and scale? – Part 100:00:00
Lecture 3 – EV program Innovatively and Differently and scale? – Part 200:00:00
Lecture 4 – A bit about batteries00:00:00
Lecture 5: Charging and SwappingInfrastructure00:00:00
Lecture 6: Where will we get Lithium for batteries?00:00:00
Lecture 7: EV Subsystems00:00:00
Lecture 8 – Forces acting when a vehicle move00:00:00
Lecture 9 – Aerodynamic drag, Rolling Resistance and Uphill Resistance00:00:00
Lecture 10 – Power and Torque to accelerate00:00:00
Lecture 11 – Putting it all together – 100:00:00
Lecture 12 – Putting it all together – 200:00:00
Lecture 13 – Concept of Drive Cycle – 100:00:00
Lecture 14 – Concept of Drive Cycle – 200:00:00
Lecture 15 – Drive Cycles and Energy used per km – Part 100:00:00
Lecture 16 – Drive Cycles and Energy used per km – Part 200:00:00
Lecture 17 – EV Subsystem: Design of EV Drive Train – Part 100:00:00
Lecture 18 – EV Subsystem: Design of EV Drive Train – Part 200:00:00
Lecture 19 – Introduction to Battery Parameters – Part 100:00:00
Lecture 20 – Introduction to Battery Parameters – Part 200:00:00
Lecture 21 – Why Lithium Ion Battery? – Part 100:00:00
Lecture 22 – Why Lithium Ion Battery? – Part 200:00:00
Lecture 23 – Batteries in Future00:00:00
Lecture 24 – Li-Ion Battery Cells00:00:00
Lecture 25 – SoH and SoC estimation and Self Discharge – Part 100:00:00
Lecture 26 – SoH and SoC estimation and Self Discharge – Part 200:00:00
Lecture 27 – Battery Pack Development – Part 121:24
Lecture 28 – Battery Pack Development – Part 200:00:00
Lecture 29 – Computation of Effective cost of battery – Part 100:00:00
Lecture 30 – Computation of Effective cost of battery – Part 200:00:00
Lecture 31 – Charging Batteries00:00:00
Lecture 32 – Fundamentals of Battery Pack Design00:00:00
Lecture 33 – Mechanical Design – Part 100:00:00
Lecture 34 – Mechanical Design – Part 200:00:00
Lecture 35 – Mechanical Design – Part 300:00:00
Lecture 36 – Mechanical Design – Part 400:00:00
Lecture 37 – Thermal Design – Part 100:00:00
Lecture 38 – Thermal Design – Part 200:00:00
Lecture 39 – Thermal Design – Part 300:00:00
Lecture 40 – Thermal Design – Part 400:00:00
Lecture 41 – Electrical Design – Part 100:00:00
Lecture 42 – Electrical Design – Part 200:00:00
Lecture 43 – Electrical Design – Part 300:00:00
Lecture 44 – BMS Design of Electric Vehicle – Part 100:00:00
Lecture 45 – BMS Design of Electric Vehicle – Part 200:00:00
Lecture 46 – BMS Design of Electric Vehicle – Part 300:00:00
Lecture 47 – EV Motors and Controllers – Understanding Flow – Part 100:00:00
Lecture 48 – EV Motors and Controllers – Understanding Flow – Part 200:00:00
Lecture 49 – Power and Efficiency00:00:00
Lecture 50 – Torque Production – Part 100:00:00
Lecture 51 – Torque Production – Part 200:00:00
Lecture 52 – Torque Production – Part 300:00:00
Lecture 53 – Speed and Back EMF00:00:00
Lecture 54 – The d-q Equivalent circuit – Part 100:00:00
Lecture 55 – The d-q Equivalent circuit – Part 200:00:00
Lecture 56 – Field-oriented Control00:00:00
Lecture 57 – Three phase AC – Part 100:00:00
Lecture 58 – Three phase AC – Part 200:00:00
Lecture 59 – Thermal Design – Part 100:00:00
Lecture 60 – Thermal Design – Part 200:00:00
Lecture 61 – Engineering Considerations – Part 100:00:00
Lecture 62 – Engineering Considerations – Part 200:00:00
Lecture 63 – Future Frontiers00:00:00
Lecture 64 – EV Chargers: Introduction00:00:00
Lecture 65 – EV Chargers: Slow or Fast – Part 100:00:00
Lecture 66 – EV Chargers: Slow or Fast – Part 200:00:00
Lecture 67 – Battery Swapping00:00:00
Lecture 68 – Standardization and On board Chargers00:00:00
Lecture 69 – Public Chargers – Part 100:00:00
Lecture 70 – Public Chargers – Part 200:00:00
Lecture 71 – Bulk Chargers/Swap Stations – Part 100:00:00
Lecture 72 – Bulk Chargers/Swap Stations – Part 200:00:00
Lecture 73 – Economics of Public Chargers in context00:00:00
Lecture 74 – Analytics – Part 100:00:00
Lecture 75 – Analytics – Part 200:00:00
Lecture 76- Course Summary00:00:00
Electric Vehicles
Free

Enrolment validity: Lifetime

Requirements

  • Non