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.
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.
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.
Full-Time : 8 months
Monday - Friday : 8 am - 5 pm
Saturday & Sunday : Complimentary Hands-on Sessions & Workshops.
Part-Time : 12 months
Monday - Friday : 6 pm - 10 pm
Saturday & Sunday : Complimentary Hands-on Sessions.
You will learn 2 Courses at first, post which you will pick a Specialization Track.
1. Interview Preparation
2. Tool Test
3. Mock Test
4. Profile Building