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Automotive Systems and Controls using MATLAB/Simulink in Bangalore

A 3 month introductory course on how MATLAB and Simulink can be used for automotive systems and their control

12 weeks long course | 100% Online

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Project based learning with 2 industry level projects that learners can showcase on LinkedIn.

Learn Key Tools & Technologies MATLAB, Simulink

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Syllabus

This course is full of best-in-class content by leading faculty and industry experts in the form of videos and projects

Course Overview

  • The students will gain a thorough knowledge of the Control Systems Fundamentals.
  • During the coursework, the students will learn the following concepts:
    • Building Blocks of Control Theory
    • Time and Frequency Domain Modelling and Design
    • Transfer Function, State-space, Root-locus, Bode Plots, Nyquist Plots
    • Time Response, Frequency Response, Steady-state Error Analysis.
  • Also, they will learn about Digital Control Systems.
  • The course will give an overview of the software tools such as MATLAB and Simulink which are widely used in the industry.
  • The students are exposed to the modern trends and standard practices being followed in the industry right now.
  • This course forms the foundation for anyone wanting to pursue a career in this domain.

Course Syllabus in Bangalore

On a daily basis we talk to companies in the likes of Tata Elxsi and Mahindra to fine tune our curriculum.

Week 01 - Introduction to Modelling Techniques - Part I

  • Introduction and Preliminaries
    • Control Systems
    • Modeling a Physical System
    • Laplace Transform
    • Control System Design
    • Types of Control Strategies

Week 02 - Introduction to Modelling Techniques - Part II

  • Modeling Techniques: Nonlinearities and Control
    • Mathematical Modelling of Systems
      • Mechanical
      • Electrical
      • Fluid system
      • Thermal system
    • Nonlinearities
    • Effects of Nonlinearities
    • Linearization

Week 03 - System Analysis - Part I

  • System Analysis: Model Reductions
    • Block Diagrams
    • Signal-Flow Graphs (SFGs)
    • Mason’s Rule
    • SFGs of Differential Equations

Week 04 - System Analysis - Part II

  • System Analysis: Fundamental Elements
    • Poles, Zeros, and System Response
    • First-Order Systems
    • Second-Order Systems
    • Higher-Order Systems
    • System Response with Zeros
    • Analysis of Block Diagrams
    • Modifying the System Response

Week 05 - System Analysis - Part III

  • System Analysis: Stability
    • Routh-Hurwitz Criterion
    • Special Cases of Routh-Hurwitz Criterion
    • Steady-State Errors for Unity Feedback Systems
    • Static Error Constants and System Type
    • Steady-State Errors for Non-Unity Feedback Systems
    • Sensitivity

Week 06 - System Analysis - Part IV

System analysis: Root locus

  • Definition of Root Locus
  • Conditions of Root Locus
  • Sketching the Root Locus – Part I
  • Sketching the Root Locus – Part II
  • Pole Sensitivity

Week 07 - Design Techniques - Part I

  • Design Techniques: Bode and Nyquist Plots
    • Bode Plots
    • Gain Margin and Phase Margin
    • Polar Plots
    • Nyquist Plots
    • Stability Analysis using Nyquist Plots

Week 08 - Design Techniques - Part II

  • Design Techniques: Compensators - Part I
    • Automatic Control Systems
    • PID Controller Design using Ziegler-Nichols Rules
    • Lag Compensation
    • Lead Compensation
    • Lag-Lead Compensation
    • Computer-Based Design
    • Physical Realization of Compensation
    • Systems with Time-Delay

Week 09 - Design techniques – Part III

Week 10 - State-Space representation - Modelling and analysis

  • State-Space Representation: Modelling and Analysis
    • State-Space Representation
    • State-Space to Transfer Functions
    • Transfer Functions to State-Space
    • Alternative Representations in State-Space
    • Controllability
    • Observability
    • Stability in State-Space

Week 11 - State-Space representation - Design

  • State-Space Representation: Design
    • Similarity Transformations
    • Controller Design
    • Alternative Approaches to Controller Design
    • Observer Design
    • Alternative Approaches to Observer Design

Week 12 - Digital Control Systems and Future Scope

  • Digital Control Systems and Future Scope
    • Modeling the Digital Computer
    • The Z-Transform
    • Transfer Functions
    • Stability
    • Transformations

Our courses have been designed by industry experts to help students achieve their dream careers

Industry Projects in Bangalore

Our projects are designed by experts in the industry to reflect industry standards. By working through our projects, Learners will gain a practical understanding of what they will take on at a larger-scale in the industry. In total, there are 2 Projects that are available in this program.

Project Based on Transfer Function Relating Pitch Angle to Elevator Surface Angle for Unmanned Free-Swimming Submersible (UFSS) vehicle

In this project, the students will determine a set of parameters based on the given input.

Project Based on Unity Feedback Design of Hybrid Electric Vehicle (HEV)

In this project, for a unity feedback design of the hybrid electric vehicle (HEV) based on the given plant and compensator transfer functions, the students will determine a set of parameters.

Our courses have been designed by industry experts to help students achieve their dream careers

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Acquire in-demand automotive systems skills by enrolling in Skill-Lync's Automotive Systems and Controls using MATLAB/Simulink course in Bangalore

Build a lucrative career in the core automotive space by learning the fundamentals of Automotive Systems through Skill-Lync's 'Automotive Systems and Controls using MATLAB/Simulink' course in Bangalore

The Skill-Lync's 'Automotive Systems and Control Using MATLAB/Simulink' is a three-month automotive certification online course for Bangalore students. The course primarily focuses on the fundamentals of Automotive Systems & Control and their applications in the automotive industry. 

But what is automotive system engineering? If you also have the same question, this program is just for you as it is among the few industry-experts-led automotive engineering courses designed to help beginners understand various approaches and concepts utilized in the automotive technology domain. Moreover, Bangalore students will learn about control systems fundamentals using the latest software technology and tools such as MATLAB and Simulink. It would help them land high-demand jobs in the revolutionary, cutting-edge automotive vehicles tech industry in Bangalore, the technology hub of India.

The program curriculum consists of a 12-week industry-oriented study plan covering crucial automotive systems concepts and tools, including- modelling & design techniques, system analysis, state-space representation, digital control systems, etc. It also comprises two complete projects to help deliver hands-on automotive industry-standard training in Bangalore.

Skill-Lync's industry-centric approach places this program among the best automotive courses in India. This course is available in three different options, each with its own benefits. You can select the one you prefer and embark on your journey to get upskilled. Regardless, Skill-Lync will provide you with dedicated technical support throughout the course.

FAQs 

Why should you go for the Skill-Lync Automotive Systems and Controls using MATLAB/Simulink course in Bangalore?

With the current boom in the new-age, autonomous vehicle technology space, enrolling in such automotive electronics courses in Bangalore can establish you on the right career trajectory for in-demand job roles in automotive technology, autonomous vehicles technology, AI/ML, and other affiliated domains.

What are the prerequisites for taking the Skill-Lync Automotive Systems and Controls using MATLAB/Simulink course in Bangalore?

There are no prerequisites for the automotive courses in Bangalore. It is open to all students, professionals, and anyone interested in pursuing a career in the cutting-edge automotive tech, control and automation industries.

What is the program fee for the Skill-Lync Automotive Systems and Controls using MATLAB/Simulink course in Bangalore?

Depending on the candidates' requirements, they can choose two months of access with the Basic plan (at INR 7000 per month for 3 months), 4 months of access with the Pro plan (at INR 10,000 per month for 3 months), and lifetime access with the Premium plan (at INR 15,000 per month for 3 months).

What are the benefits of pursuing the Skill-Lync Automotive Systems and Controls using MATLAB/Simulink course in Bangalore?

It's among the top short-term automobile courses in Bangalore that will provide you with hands-on training on the fundamental-to-advanced level automotive systems and control concepts. Moreover, you will get to learn and master pivotal tools, including MATLAB and Simulink.

What are the career prospects after completing the Skill-Lync Automotive Systems and Controls using MATLAB/Simulink course in Bangalore?

This Skill-Lync program is among the top automotive courses that will get you upskilled to apply to several in-demand job positions in Bangalore, including-

  • Automotive System Engineer
  • MATLAB/Simulink Developer
  • Vehicle Control System Development Engineer
  • Autonomous Vehicles Test Engineer

What is the expected salary range after completing the Skill-Lync Automotive Systems and Controls using MATLAB/Simulink course in Bangalore?

The expected salary for an automotive system engineer ranges from INR 1.7 Lakhs to INR 12.1 Lakhs, with an average annual salary of INR 4.5 Lakhs.

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