Electric Motor Design for Electric Vehicle's - Advanced
What you'll learn
- Electric Vehicle Drive system Targets
- Interior PM Magnet Motors and Induction Motors
- Magnet Arrangements & Impacts on Motor Performance
- Physical Design Changes for Efficiency Improvement
- Light Weight design and manufacturing Techniques for EV propulsion motors
- System Integration & Impacts on NVH
- Advanced Motor Sensor applications for EV’s and HEV’s
- Should have basic knowledge on electric vehicle as only case studies from different car manufacturers are covered in this training
- Or Should have attended our basic to intermediate training
The participant will be able to understand the power train level targets to be met by automotive manufacturers in the upcoming years and its effect on development of E motors.
Electric Drive system Targets
CO2 footprint and driving forces for electrification.
This section will discuss on various measures taken by the research team of Nissan motors for improved electric powertrain performance and efficiency.
Evolution of Nissan Leaf - 2011 to 2013 to 2018
Interior PM Magnet Motors and Induction Motors
Magnet Arrangements & Impacts on Motor Performance
Reduction of rare earth elements for motor magnets
Physical Design Changes for Efficiency Improvement
Light Weight design and manufacturing Techniques for EV propulsion motors
System Integration & Impacts on NVH
Sensitivity Analysis & NVH Optimization
NVH Optimization and its Effects on motor torque & acceleration performance
Harmonic Content of Radial Force Density
Optimization of Slot, slot liner, Poles & Winding
The General Motors Cadillac Hybrid uses Two motors for the powertrain. Induction and PMSM Motors. Here the participants will be able to understand the background of this motor selection strategy
Impacts on Efficiency of motor and inverter system
Understanding the usage profile of the Induction and PMSM Machines for Hybrid Vehicle applications
Strategies for torque ripple reduction of the induction and PMSM drives
This section focuses on the key sensor technology applied by the automotive manufacturers in their electric and hybrid vehicle powertrains.
Advanced Sensor applications for Better Control of EV’s and HEV’s
Selection Criteria for Position sensors
Sensor mounting methodologies and its significance on accuracy
Sensor Angle Calculation and Error Definition
Comparison of Peak to Peak mechanical angle error
Exemplary illustration of a resolver rotor position signal processing system.
Who this course is for:
- Students, faculty and professionals from Electrical , mechanical or electronics Engineering background.
Mr. Prasanthkumar Palani is the Head of electric vehicle homologation team of Haritha Techlogix, Coimbatore, India.
He is a Master’s graduate in Vehicle Engineering and Transport Management from Central Institute of Road Transport, Pune. Currently he is responsible for the electric vehicle and component level homologation assignments.
Prior to this he led the Design and Development team of Jascon Energy Pvt Ltd building electric vehicles and lithium battery packs for Automotive and Non-automotive applications.
Mr. Prasanthkumar has also worked as a Mechanical design engineer at Mercedez Benz Research and Development India Ltd, Bengaluru in the area of Automatic Transmission and Drivetrain Design.
He received his spark in automotive electronics with his association with Devise electronics Pvt Ltd, Pune in his initial point of his career.
He holds various certifications in the area of electric mobility from many Indian and international organizations like Denso, TUV SUD, SAE, ARAI etc.,
Apart from his works, he is also very closely working with skill development initiatives in association with Indian skill development organisations like ASDC and TSDC. He also serves as an active member of the Electric Vehicle Expert Group of ASDC, New Delhi, India.
Till date, he has trained 1000+ engineering students, faculties and Industry professionals in various automotive verticals.