Due to huge urbanization and increasing traffic congestion in Indian cities are the main factors to drive the demand for e-bikes. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic in India as well as over the globe, shared mobility for transportation is unlikely to be preferred. E-bikes are considered a safe, convenient, and affordable alternative to public or shared transportation. Also, compared to other transportation systems like electric bus, LCV or cars, e-bikes are cheaper, easier to charge, and do not require huge capital cost to own and investments in supportive infrastructure.
Many start ups have started selling electric bikes in India. Since the demand for e-bikes has increased across the nation over the last few years, manufacturers are planning to expand their facilities to target markets. Leading world manufacturers have also entered the Indian market to capture the growing market demand. Ride-sharing company Ola has entered into an agreement with the Tamil Nadu government and will be investing Rs 2,400 crore for setting up its first electric scooter factory in the state. The company says its factory ola electric bike manufacturing plant will be the largest scooter manufacturing facility in the world that will create nearly 10,000 direct job opportunity.
Electric Bike Technician
Here is s list of the reasons why electric bikes are the money-making engine for the world bicycle industry now:
1. Electric bikes are attractive to many who are not "cyclists", but simply need good transportation. Often inside the ever larger cities of the world.
2. Electric bikes are, today, a major portion of the total world bike industry. While numbers are arguable, it appears that out of the 150 million or so bicycles built last year, about 34 million were ebikes. Most sell in Asia, but Europe bought a couple million. And here is a very important fact: Those 34 million electric bikes represent more money than all of the rest of the bikes combined.
3. There are not many people in your town that know how to fix an ebike. Probably not any. That is a big change in situation from being a bike mechanic, working on machines that pretty much everyone thinks they can fix, and with many competitors in most towns.
4. Since ebikes are expensive, the consumer is willing to spend more on maintenance and repair.
5. It is actually easier to repair an ebike electrical problem than to fix mechanical problems on bicycles in general.
WHAT DOES THE COURSE INCLUDE?
=> Basic electrical theory and terminology including understanding wiring diagrams
=> Diagnostic and maintenance procedures for 'intelligent' and 'non-intelligent' systems
=> Test rides on a range of e-bikes with different motors – front hub, rear hub and centre/frame mount motors
=> It provides the skills needed to confidently set up, service and repair a broad spectrum of electric bikes along with an understanding of the specific standards and legal aspects that apply to them.
Developing practical knowledge and skill on Motor, Controller, Battery Pack Design, BMS, Charger equipments and Charging Station
Discussion on Industrial scenario and business opportunities
Unit wise practical Activities
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History of Electric Bike, Future of Electric Bikes, Laws and Regulations Goveming Electric Bikes, Global Market scenario.
Fundamentals of Electric bike Propulsion
Electric Theory and Components :
Mathematical Model of Bike Performance:
Hill Climbing Power
Power to Overcome Wind Resistance
Coefficient of Drag of Shapes of Interest Projected Area of the Bike Rider
Power to Overcome Rolling Resistance
Power for Acceleration
Estimating Required Motor Power
Determining Propulsion Power
Scaling Road Power to Find Required Motor Power
Motors Versus Human Muscles for Bike Propulsion
E-Bike Design (For Developer)
Frame and Design:
Choosing a Frame and Planning Your Design
Selecting a Frame Dos and Don’ts
Optimize Your EV
Standard Measurements and Formulas
Streamline Your EV (For Developer)
Aerodynamic Drag Force Defined
Choose the Lowest Coefficient of Drag
Relative Wind Contributes to Aerodynamic Drag
Wheel Well and Underbody Airflow
Rolling Resistance Defined
Design Your EV
Horsepower, Torque, and Current, Calculation Overview,Torque-Required
E-Bike Power Source
Electric Power for Bikes
Batteries for Powering Electric Bikes
Battery Selection Uncertainties
Measured Energy Comparison in Electric Cars
Battery Types, Components, and Performance
Lead-Acid Battery-Its Limits for Electric Bike Propulsion
Nickel-Cadmium Batteries for Electric Bike Propulsion
Lithium Ion Batteries for Electric Bike Propulsion
Charge Control of Long-Life Bike Batteries
Charging Solutions for Lithium Batteries
Two-Step Charging, Three-Step Charging
Charging with Pulses and Rest Periods
Motors and Motor Controllers
Fundamental Principles of Electric Motors
Efficient Permanent Magnet Synchronous Motors
Motor Characteristics for Electric Bike Propulsion
Motor Output Power
Gear Ratio Determination
Mathematical Method for Determining Gear Ratio
Identification of Motor faults
Different type of Motor Control
Working princple of Motor Control
Identification of Motor Control failure
Testing and Troublshooting of Motor Control
Servicing & Maintenance for Electric Bike
Identification - Body Panel, Suspension, braking system, motor and controller system, battery and charger, lighting, instrument, switch
Maintenance Information - Procedures for removal and installation of scooter body panels
General Inspection - Appearance inspection, Fixed assembling, Braking system, Electric performance, Wheel-hub motor
Battery and charger assembly - Battery and charger Parameter, Storage box, Charger socket, Battery Pack test, Charger Inspection, Test of the charger
Motor/controller/accelerator handle - Technical parameters Inspection, Failure elimination, Inspection of the motor winding resistance, Inspection of the motor insulation, Inspection of the maximum motor no-load current, Inspection of the Hall motor sensor, Controller and Hall cable sensor Inspection
Suspension system - Front suspension, Failure diagnosis, Steering handle, Front fork, Rear wheel and rear suspension, Failure diagnosis, Motor failure, Rear shock absorber
Braking system - Failure diagnosis, Front hydraulic brake, Rear hydraulic brake, Adjustment of the rear brake pad, Brake liquid change/air discharging
Inspection of the vehicle light system - Central control panel assembly
Online Live Class Fees:
Discount on Live Class Fees= 5%
Online Live Class Fees after discount:
Hands on Practical Fees: Rs. 4,999/
All Fees including 18% GST
If you are interested to join at Practical session, we will inform you and pay Hands on Practical Fees at that time.
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