Masters in Hybrid Electric Vehicle Design and Simulation

Rs 245,000(30K prebook + 6 month EMI)

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About this program

The Masters in Hybrid Electric Vehicle Design and Simulation program is the first of its kind in India. It is a 8 month long program that trains you on all the essential engineering concepts and tools that are used by top OEM(s) to design future Electric & IC Engine Vehicles.

How are classes conducted?

  • This program is split into 2 semesters. Each semester will be 15 weeks long.

  • Each semester will begin with a rigorous 7-day residency program. The residency program will be conducted at Hilton Chennai. Each day of the residency program will be 9 hours long. It will provide you with a crash course on the introduction to computer-aided engineering in hybrid, electric vehicle design & analysis.

  • Once you finish the residency program you go back to your respective city and continue with the course through our online platform

  • Please take a look at the program timeline & residency program schedule below

How will I get help with questions?

  • At the beginning of the residency program, each student will be assigned a supervising engineer. They will be your single point of contact throughout the program

  • Your supervising engineer will track your progress every week. You will get a support call every alternate day to track your progress & get your questions clarified. 

  • You will be a part of an exclusive WhatsApp group with the program director, your supervising engineer and the rest of your batchmates. You can use Whatsapp & email communication to get all your doubts clarified. 

  • There will be 4 one-to-one live online support sessions each week, where you can ask all your questions

Is the content industry relevant?

Absolutely! We have collaborated with the best minds in the Electric Vehicle Industry and developed this entire course module. Each course, workshop is designed in order for you to get industry oriented skills.

Is there placement assistance?

During the last week of this program, you will have a placement drive that is attended by top Automotive Companies.

Prior to the placement drive, our Career team Director will work with you to fine tune your resume, and schedule mock interviews to get you prepared for placement drive.

Program Time-line

Winter and Summer Residency Programs | Chennai Hilton

During your first residency program, you will complete all the registration formalities and get access to all the program materials. This includes, official software(s), licenses, reading material, and getting assigned to a technical support engineer. 

April 2nd week  | Residency 1  |  Week 1  |  Training schedule Duration
Day 1: Introduction to CFD 8 hours
Day 2: Solver numerics + Meshing 4 hours
Day 2: Convergence monitoring + UDFs 4 hours
Day 3: Passenger car power-train simulations part 1 4 hours
Day 3: Passenger car power-train simulations part 2 4 hours
Day 4: Passenger car Aerodynamics + Cabin comfort simulations 8 hours
Day 5: Battery module thermal management 8 hours
Day 6: Turbo components design and simulations 8 hours
August 1st week  |  Residency 2  |  Week 1  |  Training schedule Duration
Day 1: Introduction to Scripting, Task Automation and Data Analysis 4 hours
Day 1: Technical computing for Mechanical Engineers 4 hours
Day 2: FEA Theory + Strength Calculations 8 hours
Day 3: Linear Static Analysis | Grid dependence | Linear Vs Non-Linear 8 hours
Day 4: Sheet Metal Design 8 hours
Day 5: Solid and Surface Modeling - Part 1 4 hours
Day 5: Solid and Surface Modeling - Part 2 4 hours
Day 6: Program summary + Semester kickoff 8 hours

April - July 2019: Semester 1 courses

This part of the program is purely done online. You will be taking lessons and whenever you have a question, you will participate in online office hours with a dedicated support engineer.

Semester 1 | Courses Duration
Introduction to ICE power-train calibration using Matlab and SIMULINK 3 months
Introduction to Electric power-train calibration using Matlab and SIMULINK 3 months
Advanced Aerodynamic Simulations using Star CCM+ 3 months
Automotive Body In White Design - NX CAD 3 months
Electric power-train architecture 6 hours
Battery design and modeling 6 hours
Basics of power electronics and controls 3 hours
Electric motor architecture and performance 6 hours
DOE and Optimization 1 month

August - November 2019: Semester 2 courses

This part of the program is purely done online. You will be taking lessons and whenever you have a question, you will participate in online office hours with a dedicated support engineer.

Semester 2 | Courses Duration
Automotive Vehicle Dynamics and Suspension Design 3 months
Strength calculations using LS-DYNA 3 months
Introduction to Crashworthiness 3 months
Manufacturing simulations using PolyFlow/Moldflow 3 months

Placement Program | Career fair

Placement programs are conducted right from May of 2019. Eligibility: Score a minimum of 80% in challenges and projects.

6 Modules | 12 Courses

Here is the list of core modules that are included in this program.

1. ICE Power-train

1 course

Work on Full Fledged IC Engine Simulation projects and learn to characterize engine performance and emissions.

2. Electric Power-train

2 courses

Learn about Battery Module Design, Performance Calculations, Controls and Simulations. 

3. Advanced Vehicle Dynamics

3 courses

From pen and paper calculation to detailed computer simulations using MSC Adams, learn everything there is w.r.t Vehicle Dynamics and Suspension Design

4. Strength Calculations

2 Courses

Learn the fundamentals of FEA, Calculate peak strength of critical components using Industry Standard Finite Element Solvers.

5. Design and tolerancing

2 Courses

Dominate Solid and Surface Modeling and apply these concepts to design and study critical Sheet Metal Components.

6. Automotive Flow Analysis

2 Courses

Automate Industrial Processes by mastering the art of automation and data analysis.

Residency Program


Two times during this program, the participants will gather in Chennai, India to undergo comprehensive software focused training. The first objective of the residency program is to provide strong fundamentals in various industry specific software tools. Secondly, you will network with industry experts to get critical feedback on the work that you are doing. The residency program is compulsory for all students.

Modes of Support

We offer 6 modes of support through which you can contact the instructor and the support engineers to clear your doubts & questions.

Live Support Sessions

Every week, there will be 3 suport sessions where you can interact one-on-one with the instructor to clear your doubts.

WhatsApp Groups

You will be in a WhatsApp Group along with the course instructor & support engineers where you can post your questions.

Forum Pages

We have a very vibrant course forum where you can find the answers to the most of your doubts.

Ticketing Systems

You can also send us your questions through mail where a ticket will be created and your questions will be answered shortly within few hours.

On-Call Support 

In case, you want to clear any doubts immediately, you can always call our support engineers & they will be happy to assist you,

Online Chat Support

You can connect to us anytime with our all-time chat support. You can explain your doubts. We will help you right away through call or live session.

Module 1-2: ICE & Electric powertrain

Detailed Course Description

In this module the objective is to familiarize the student with both the traditional (ICE) and electric powertrain concepts. While Electric Vehicles will eventually make it to the market, the ICE will always be continuously optimized and researched upon. When you finish the first two modules, you will be quite familiar with the following topics.

Performance Calculations

Understanding the key performance indicators is essential to understand any thermal system. Learning these will help you understand the entire Vehicle Development Process

Electric Vehicle Architecture 

Most of the students must be familiar with how an I.C. Engine operates. When it comes to electric vehicles thorough understanding of the various sub-systems is important in getting a holistic understanding of the system.

Battery Module System Design

The design of the the BMS determines the driving range of the vehicle. Understanding the various design aspects of the BMS will help in engineering it perfectly.

Control Systems

In real world conditions, a hybrid power-train employs a lot of electronics to switch back and forth between the two power-trains. This is employed using the application of control systems.

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Module 3: Vehicle Dynamics

Module contains 3 courses

Vehicle Handling and Dynamics are very important for the safety and performance of cars. Depending on the car segement, different suspension architecture exists. How are these architectures proposed, designed and developed? Well, that is what you will focus on in this particular module.

Hand calculations | Programming | Detailed 3D Simulations

Concepts such as wheel rates, instantaneous centers and scrub radius are fundamental concepts. Depending on the complexity of our suspension model, we can perform calculations ranging from pen-and-paper to detailed multi-body dynamic simulations using software packages like Adams Car. In this course, you will be doing all of the above.

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Module 4: Strength Calculations

Module contains 2 courses

A well designed part helps keep passengers safe and Finite Element Analysis plays a key part in the development of such parts. Techniques such as steady state and transient methods are used to estimate the strength of parts under linear and non-linear conditions. When you finish this module, you will learn which simulation methodologies need to be used for which type of parts and loads combinations.

Finite Element Analysis using LS-Dyna

LS-DYNA is a robust multi-physics environment. This will be the first course in this module and will help you achieve a strong foundation in FEA.

Crash-worthiness using HyperMesh and Radioss

This course is more application focussed. You will learn to perform computer simulations to estimate the crash worthiness of cars. In this regard, you will learn how to compute intrusion length and energy path distribution.

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Module 5: Automotive Design

Module contains 3 courses

Learning a CAD Package(s) is not design. Designining is problem solving technique, where you create a product that satisfies several constraints. These constraints can be technical and non-technical.

In this module, you will learn the art of designing to constraints. We will focus on how sheet metal parts are designed and manufactures in the industry. We will understand the different constraints that are in place while designing Body In White (BIW) components and used engineering principles to create the final product.

Sheet Metal Design principles applied to BIW components

In these two courses, you will first develop a detailed understanding of NX-CAD. Afterwards, you will apply these concepts to design critical BIW components such as the Hood, Fender, Side-door and Back door.

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Module 6: Automotive Flow Analysis

Module contains 3 courses

Understanding flow behavior is extremely critical in obtaining peak performance from various sub-systems that make up a vehicle. From intake systems to the cylinder to the after-treatment components, every inch of piping, bends and curves has been carefully designed to satisfy the requirements of several teams.

In this module, your focus is on taking up several courses that teach how to simulate flow in systems such as superchargers, turbochargers, cabin-interior, after treatement systems and finally the entire vehicle.

External Aerodynamics

In this module, You will learn, how to perform external aerodynamic analysis on full sized passenger cars and racing cars. You will understand the objectives of your simulation and will prepare the computational models accordingly.

Pumps, Compressors and Super-chargers

Depending on the segment, a passenger vehicle can have multiple turbomachinery components. Each of these components are subjected to CFD simulations to evaluate their thermal performance. In this module, you will learn the following

  • Creating the computational domain for turbo-machinery simulations
  • Choosing the right boundary and initial conditions for the problem
  • Employ steady and transient solvers to accomplish the end result
  • Understand core physical models such as turbulence and cavitation modelling.

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