• To introduce different aspects power train technologies for EV domain and basics of control aspects.


At the end of a module the learner will be able to:

CO 5102.1: Understand the various powertrain architectures

CO 5102.2 : Modelling of Electric Vehicle using Matlab/ Labview based software tools

CO 5102.3: Design and apply ancillary services for EV

CO 5102.4: Understanding the various energy sources for EV systems 

Control systems can be seen in almost all practical systems which invariably need to be controlled and/or observed. In the present course, a thorough study of classical control systems will be initially undertaken followed by an introduction to modern control systems. A look into some of the major applications of control systems for electronics and communication engineering would conclude the course, which would bridge the theoretical understanding of the subject with real world applications. The topics covered in the course will follow the modules listed below. Matlab and Simulink will be used for simulation and demonstration purposes.

This Lecture Series introduces students to the theory and practice of control systems engineering. The lectures emphasize the practical application of the subject to the analysis and design of feedback systems.
The study of control systems engineering is essential for students pursuing degrees in
electrical, mechanical, aerospace, biomedical, or chemical engineering. Control systems are
found in a broad range of applications within these disciplines, from aircraft and spacecraft
to robots and process control systems.

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In this course, you will learn how to turn solar cells into solar modules and how solar modules are used to make photovoltaic systems.

The course will cover the design of photovoltaic systems, ranging from utility-scale solar farms to residential-scale systems stand-alone and grid-connected systems. You will learn about the function and operation of various PV system components, including inverters, batteries, DC-DC converters, and the grid. You will obtain an in-depth understanding of the main design decisions for planning a PV installation with excellent performance and reliability.

Finally, you will model the performance of a PV system for different solar energy applications and calculate the potential energy production of a client's system.

This course aims at introducing the students to the basic features of the modern power systems such as transmission line parameters, load flow analysis, automatic generation and voltage control. It describes details of various types of power system faults and their detailed analysis.