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All-electric vehicles (EVs), also referred to as battery electric vehicles, use a battery pack to store the electrical energy that powers the motor. EV batteries are charged by plugging the vehicle in to an electric power source.
The key components are
Battery : Which has the stored energy
Motors : Which converts this into rotational energy for mobility.
Controller : Is an electronic hardware device +software which works very closely with the motor and is usually bundled with. A motor controller might include a manual or automatic means for starting and stopping the motor, selecting forward or reverse rotation, selecting and regulating the speed, regulating or limiting the torque, and protecting against overloads and electrical faults.

The motor of an electric car converts the current from the battery into mechanical energy. This is done by a fixed magnetic part (stator) and a moving part (rotor) that is made magnetic by electricity. If two positive poles are facing each other due to the electrical charge, they repel each other - and the moving part of the electric motor rotates.
Electric motors develop similar torque at low as well as at high speeds. Theoretically, therefore, a rigid connection between the motor and the drive shaft would suffice for them. In practice, however, an input gearbox is usually used as a so-called reduction gear, which reduces the speed of the motor by a factor of about 1:10.

The motor of an electric car consists of two electromagnets - stator and rotor. The stator is immobile and generates a constant magnetic field with the help of direct current. The rotor is rotatable and produces its magnetic field with alternating current. The two magnets alternately attract and repel each other. The rotor rotates - and thus sets the car in motion.

The inverter is also called a converter. This is because it has the task of converting the 3-phase AC voltage of the electric motor into a DC voltage for charging the battery when braking. Conversely, when the electric motor is driven, the battery's DC voltage is converted into a 3-phase AC voltage.

EV & EVSE MSME Development Training Course

Electric Vehicle Technology & Business Management
EV EVSE Business Management Course for Entrepreneurs
India to become a manufacturing hub for electric vehicles in five years. Indian EV industry to represent Rs 500 billion opportunity by 2025.
This Techno Commercial course: Throughout this training session, AEVT bridges the needs of startups so that candidate can understand the technology from basic of EV to EVSE equipment like Lithium-ion battery, Battery pack assembly process, EV Motor, Charger, charging station development and all others parts/ equipment's calculation, selection, building a Legal Foundation, Understanding Finance Basics, Business Planning and Fundraising.
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Lithium-ion batteries are the heart of our electric cars. They are particularly powerful and have the highest energy density compared to other batteries. This means that they can store the most energy per kilogram of battery. Lithium-ion batteries have numerous advantages: due to their compact size, more individual lithium-ion batteries fit in your Opel electric car. So you can travel further. They also require less energy to cool the vehicle battery to its optimal operating temperature.

Also good to know: our batteries are not affected by the so-called "memory effect". You can recharge your electric vehicle battery as often as you like - even through mobile fast charging - without any loss of performance.

Independent studies estimate that you can drive 250,000, even up to 500,000 km with the battery of an electric car1. The durability of our batteries is therefore probably on a par with that of our combustion engines. That's why we give an 8-year guarantee on our electric car batteries, or 160,000 km of driving.

EV Battery pack assembly line

Techno Commercial Course to setup Lithium-ion battery assembly line for solar application, energy storage and EV 2W, 3W etc.
Practical training - cell sellection, cell IR testing, cell balancing, charge discharge testing, module & pack assembling, enclosure selection, all machinery selection, assembly line planning and layout drawing, costing of assembly line, working capital, investment, ROI, business projection making, different product design.
Get the knowledge of Lithium-ion cell parameters, Cell Chemistry, Cell Architecture, Thermal Management, BMS and battery pack assembly technical and commercial detail before setup assembly line.

Admission going on for Jul-2023
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Outstanding Student Research Intern Award

Internship Program


Energy Materials Research Centre (EMRC), research unit of Global Advanced Training and Educational Trust, Institute of Solar Technology and Academy of EV Technology, offers a Student Research Internship Program for highly motivated high school, undergraduate, graduate and working professionals. Interns will work with and learn from a multi-disciplinary team of scientists, who include internationally-renowned investigators in the areas of renewable energy, PV Solar power, Energy storage battery, Lithium-ion battery, and community engagement.
The primary aim of the internship program is to train and prepare students interested in environmental science, green energy, and energy storage science to become future leaders in the green energy research.

Internship Objectives
⊕ Gain knowledge of and exposure to current topics in energy science, including the renewable energy and energy storage.
⊕ Learn study design and analysis procedures relevant for translational research
⊕ Observe the various steps of proposing, designing, undertaking and analyzing challenges and mitigation
⊕ Become proficient in presenting scientific concepts—including study design, research findings, data analysis and results interpretation—to peers and mentors.


Based on the intern’s individual interests, he or she will be assigned a primary mentor. It is the mentor’s responsibility to advise and guide the intern with respect to achieving the aims and requirements of the program. The mentor may also, to the degree appropriate, provide information and insights regarding future academic and career development goals. Although each intern will work primarily with his/her individual mentor, dialogue with other investigators at the Scripps Research Translational Institute is highly encouraged.

Candidate can do with us on
⊕ Market research on latest development.
⊕ Review on recent Research & Development (R&D).
⊕ Research and plan a new project work.
⊕ Find solutions to a current problem for development.
⊕ Write & Publish a Review/Research paper about their internship/ Project work.
⊕ Can present their Research work in International/ National conferences.
⊕ Knowledge enhance field work or lab work.

Who Can Apply?

Highly motivated students in high school, college or professional training may apply. The primary criterion for admission is a strong interest in genomics or mHealth translational research. Please note that high school students must be at least 16 years of age before the start of their internship.

Funding

Please note: our internship is unpaid 10 week program that brings approximately 40 talented and motivated students (high school, undergraduate, graduate and professional).
The Outstanding Student Intern Award will be presented to best students interns who are nominated by an internship supervisor after publishing their research or review paper from international publisher under Energy Materials Research Centre for their:
1. top level research achievements
2. contributions to their internship work


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Testimonial

A valuable starter kit for EV industry, Yes ,mostly the entire course is very effective and motivating.  

- Sauvik Dasgupta,
Business,Serveco Industrial Solutions.

The course, overall was a good experience. Mainly, the trainer was very encouraging and professional. Most important things about AEVT training is EV and EVSE in-depth analysis, like charging station installation and Li-ion battery assembly Practical sessions. The course content is close to industrial standards and though the practicals were few, they were very effective.  

- Loka Abhiram,

EV Technology and Business Management, offered by AEVT is a good course. The course covers from the basic with emphasis on EV batteries. They also provide materials for future reference which would come in hand. The tutor was very helpful and always responds to queries/doubts. 

- Ramya Baskaran,
Business analyst at Steam-A solutions Ltd and EV charge management solutions, India and UK

I have got a very good positive momentum knowledge and confidence to start a business in this field. This training is remarkable, got good knowledge on EV batteries and charging stations. The viability, feasibility and future need of electric power storage system and environmental friendly power generation also dealt in the class.  

- K. SASIKUAR,
Managing Director, Al Maha Reconstruction And Trading, Doha,Qatar



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