The shift towards sustainable transportation has led to a growing demand for electric vehicles (EVs). Designing an efficient and reliable EV requires a comprehensive understanding of various components and systems, as well as their interactions. Computer-aided engineering (CAE) tools play a crucial role in EV design, simulation, and analysis, enabling engineers to optimize the vehicle’s performance, safety, and sustainability.
- A comprehensive introduction to Computer-Aided Engineering (CAE) tools and their application in vehicle design.
- Detailed understanding of the design principles of both conventional vehicles and electric vehicles.
- Hands-on approach with numerous practical exercises and real-world examples.
- Includes case studies that provide insights into the application of CAE in real-world projects.
- Exploration of future trends in vehicle and EV design, including the role of AI, IoT, and autonomous driving.
- A final project that allows learners to apply what they have learned and design a component or an entire vehicle using CAE tools.
- Interactive learning with quizzes, assignments, and discussion forums.
The objective of this course is to provide learners with a solid foundation in vehicle design using CAE, with a special focus on electric vehicles. By the end of the course, learners should be able to:
- Understand the basic principles of vehicle design and dynamics.
- Use CAE tools effectively for designing and testing vehicle components.
- Understand the unique considerations for designing electric vehicles.
- Perform simulations to validate and optimize their designs.
- Stay updated with the latest trends in vehicle and EV design.
- Apply the learned principles and tools in real-world scenarios through a final project.