Electric Vehicle Design Simulation and Component Selection

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Electric Vehicle Design Simulation and Component Selection | Certified by ASDC | Supported by SMEV

The last decade saw significant trends in technology; some of the most significant interest and growth was focused on the EV industry. Once a pipe dream of green technologists, electric vehicles enjoyed tremendous growth in the past decade. As per the recent report by Reuters the upcoming time EV industry is supposed to generate more than 5.8 million new jobs. These will include various profiles like Motor Design, Power Electronics, Electric Vehicle Design, Production, Services, etc.

In order to be able to fulfill that demand our engineers and graduates would have to be well equipped with knowledge and skill in compliance with Electric Vehicle, and with the Govt. pushing the idea of Make in India, we must have the ability to work on the EV components at R&D level and help achieve the goal. 

Keeping this in mind, our experts from the industry have come forward to help us design this upcoming course – “Electric Vehicle Design, Simulation and component Selection”

In this course, we will have a detailed discussion over various topics like the Market impact of electric vehicles, EV motor design, powertrain calculation, EV design and selection criteria, EV battery Pack charging system, and Vehicle simulation and we also added various recent case studies of making this course interactive and highly informative. This course is for those looking for design development of an electric vehicle, in order to come up with a new product for the market. This course will take you through the journey of the complete process of design and development of the electric vehicle, and help you lay a perfect pathway for a successful prototype for an EV.

The course is a fully online mode, with live lectures and doubt clearing sessions and it includes 10 modules for the 60+ learning hour. The course includes 20 assignments in total and it also includes assessments after completion of each module, based on which you will be provided with a global certificate.

Who can attend? 

-Working Professional / Engineers, who are looking to upskill theirself.

-Acadmission ( Professor / Assistant Professor / Associate Professor / Lecturer )

-Fresh Graduates, who is looking for jobs in EV / Automotive Sector

-Entrepreneurs who are looking to set up their industry or startup related to EV.



6 Months Online 

Number of Subjects
Online Study
6 Subjects (170 hours)
3 Major Projects
Case Study
20+ case study

Research Paper Publication

1 Research Papers (free of cost)

10 Assessments


Battery Placement in EV

The electric vehicle has brought a major change in the way vehicles are being designed. Unlike IC Engine, the NVH requirement is less as well. The placement of the battery pack has also affected the way panels are designed. 

EV Market Impact

The EV market has grown the most despite the COVID-19 situation in the past year. In this, we take a look at the various parameters affecting the EV market and how the government and manufacturers have joined hands to promote EV.

Single Speed or Multi-Speed Transmission?

The EVs currently in the market are equipped with single speed gearbox, but there are engineers arguing the fact that multi speed gearbox will be much beneficial. In this, we will be discussing the topic and try to understand the difference.

Battery Charging vs Battery Swapping

When it comes to EV design, it is really important to know which way to choose, battery swapping or charging as it will alter the design.

EV Architecture 

Fixed motors can deliver better performance, but will result in more weight due to the gearbox. The in-wheel motor will have less losses and reduce weight but would be costlier. Which motor to choose? Which architecture should we go for?


1. Vehicle Body Design - Creating BIW design of various body parts of a vehicle - Hood, Panel, Doors.

2. Vehicle Crash Simulation Crash Simulation for understanding passenger safety in a vehicle.

3. Powertrain Components SelectionSelection of Powertrain Components in order to achieve optimum performance as per the problem statement given.

4. Motor Design and Energy ConsumptionDesigning a Motor with the least energy consumption as per the applicable drive cycle.

5. Battery Pack Design and Selection -In this, you will get to calculate the battery pack design as per the desired range, with appropriate BMS and Thermal Management System.


08 to 20-Sep-2021
Application Open for Batch 1 
Orientation  Day
01 Oct 2021 to 28 Feb 2022Online Classes + Mentorship
05-Mar-22Exam will be conducted by ASDC




Power Unit
Vehicle Design
Motor Structural Design Engineer
Battery Pack Design Engineer
BIW Engineer
Motor Control Systems Designer
Battery Test Engineer
Design Engineer
Control Systems Designer
Battery Packaging Engineer
CAE Expert
Power Electronics Hardware Engineer
Battery Management Engineer
Product Development Engineer
Hardware Design Engineer
BMS Software Developer
Vehicle Integration Engineer
Motor Testing Engineer
Thermal Management Systems Engineer - Battery Pack
Vehicle Homologation and Testing Engineer
System Test Engineer

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Program outcomes
  • Electric Vehicle Market growth.

  • EV market study and policies.

  • Vehicle Design Parameters

  • BIW Body Design Methods

  • Vehicle Crash test and Simulation

  • Vehicle Powertrain Calculation

  • Motor Design and Simulation

  • EV Battery pack design and Cell Sorting

  • The process of battery thermal cooling and its significance

  • Better understanding of BMS design and its important factors

  • Various types of Charger and its Significance

  • Mobile/Laptop/Tablet with good internet connectivity


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Name : Naveen Kumar
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