EV Component Sizing and Integration


Electric vehicles (EV) are getting more commonplace in the transportation sector in recent times. As the present trend suggests, this mode of transport is likely to replace the internal combustion engine (ICE) vehicles in near future. Each of the main EV components has a number of technologies that are currently in use or can become prominent in the future. EVs can cause significant impacts on the environment, power system, and other related sectors.

The present power system can face huge instabilities with enough EV penetration; but with proper management and coordination, EVs can be turned into a major contributor to the successful implementation of smart grid. There are possibilities of immense environmental benefits as well, as the EVs can extensively reduce the greenhouse gas emission from the transportation sector. However, there are some major obstacles for EVs to overcome before replacing the ICE vehicles totally. This paper is focused on reviewing all the useful data available on EV configurations, energy sources, motors, charging techniques, optimization techniques, impacts, trends, and possible directions of future developments. Its objective is to provide an overall picture of the current EV technology and ways of future development to assist in future researches in this sector.

Hybrid electric vehicles (HEVs) such as the Toyota Prius and the Chevy Volt and electric vehicles (EVs) such as the Nissan Leaf, BMW i3 and Tesla Model S are growing in popularity amid concern for global warming. It’s easy to see why. According to the U.S. Department of Energy, during a typical 100-mile trip, if an HEV averages 42 miles per gallon, it will use about 2.4 gallons of gasoline. Gasoline contains approximately 24 pounds of CO2 equivalent per gallon, resulting in 57 pounds of CO2 emissions for the trip. If a vehicle powered purely by gasoline gets 25 miles per gallon, 100 miles requires 4 gallons of gasoline, resulting in 96 pounds of CO2. Calculating the numbers for EVs is a bit more complicated, since the fuel used to produce the electricity that charges the vehicle's battery needs to be taken into account. Nonetheless, with EVs there is one inevitable truth: EVs produce zero tailpipe emissions.

Program Overview:

The program is comprehensive learning about the electric Vehicle Components i.e. Motor, Controller, Battery, BMS and Charging etc. Under this program user will learn how to select and calculate right size and type of Motor and controller, Battery, Charger and other component for their EV along with integration.

This program provides you with the most flexible learning environment possible. This program is offered as a self-paced program often referred to as an asynchronous online program which is time-independent, meaning that it can be accessed 24X7 life time access.

This program can be accessed from multiple devices which make it easy to learn on the go. Lectures that are pre-recorded or slide presentation with voice-over commentary, interactive discussion boxes, real time modelling on deferent advanced software, GIF , Videos , graphs etc.

What you will learn?

  • Selection of Motor and Controller for EV
  • Selection of Battery and BMS
  • Cell Balancing and Lithium Battery Pack
  • DIY Battery Pack and industry-grade battery pack
  • Selection of Right Charging port
  • Charging Technology
  • Safety Consideration for EV before launching
  • Case Study

Program outcomes
  • Comprehensive Study about Selection of EV Component.

  • You will learn how to choice right size and right type of EV component.

  • Integration of Components.

  • Case Study will provide you that industry level exposure on real time product.

  • Global recognized certificate by India’s biggest E-Mobility Platform ISIEINDIA.

  • Mobile/Laptop/Tablet with good internet connectivity.
  • Interest in electric vehicles, telecom, solar, aerospace or consumer electronics applications.


  • 14 Lessons
  • 06:11:00 Hours
  • How to Select type and size of Motor for EV with Calculation01:14:00
  • Controller topologies00:11:00
  • Type of Controller (Sine Wave / Square Wave)00:11:00
  • Li-Ion Battery for EV (Parameter) 00:30:00
  • Calculation for Battery ( Motor Selection, Voltage , WLTP, Capacity & Configuration)00:30:00
  • Difference between a DIY pack and an industry-grade battery pack00:16:00
  • BMS & Battery Pack Integration 00:40:00
  • Cell Balancing 00:43:00
  • Onboard charging00:12:00
  • How to choose the right Charger Port for your vehicle00:16:00
  • What safety considerations should be taken care of before launching an EV vehicle00:18:00
  • Case Study on TATA Electric Bus Powertrain01:10:00
  • Assessment 1
  • Mini Project : Select Motor, Controller and Battery to convert Maruti 800 to Electric Vehicle

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