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Automotive Systems and Controls using MATLAB/Simulink in Hyderabad

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 Hyderabad

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 Hyderabad

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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Learn Designing and Simulation of Automotive Systems Controls using MATLAB/Simulink with Skill-Lync Hyderabad

Automotive engineering courses by Skill-Lync have a structured curriculum designed to enhance your domain knowledge. The Automotive Systems and Control course is one such comprehensive program constructed to enrich your knowledge about the fundamentals of automobile control systems.

It is a 12-week automotive certification online course designed to acquaint you with the technical concepts of automotive system control, like 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, and digital control systems.

The automotive courses by Skill-Lync not only improve your knowledge of theoretical concepts but also boosts your practical industry skills through hands-on training in MATLAB/Simulink. In this course, you learn what is an automotive system engineering and what is its industrial application. You get a real-time experience of working with its comprehensive industry projects.

You learn under the supervision of industry experts and gain valuable industry insights from them. So, enrol in the course and gain comprehensive knowledge of Automotive Systems Controls using MATLAB/Simulink.

FAQs

Q.1. Why choose Skill-Lync’s automotive courses in Hyderabad?

A.1. Skill-Lync offers one of the best automotive courses in India, driven by an extensive curriculum, expert training staff, and practical learning sessions. Besides, the course is 100% online, so you have the flexibility of remote learning. Also, you gain a comprehensive understanding of the operations of the automotive industry by working on industry-level projects during the course.

Q.2. What are the prerequisites for enrolment in Skill-Lync Automotive Systems and Control course in Hyderabad?

A.2. This course has no prerequisites, so students and professionals from any field can pursue this course. However, people with a background in mechanical, automotive, electronics, and electrical engineering have an added advantage.

Q.3. What is the program fee for the Skill-Lync automobile engineering courses in Hyderabad?

A.3. Skill-Lync offers three flexible payment options: Basic, Pro, and Premium. In the Basic plan, you pay INR 7000 per month for three months and get two-month access. While in the Pro plan, you pay INR 10000 per month for three months and get four-month access. In the Premium plan, you pay INR 15000 per month for three months and get lifetime access.

Q.4. What are the benefits of the Skill-Lync automotive courses in Hyderabad?

A.4. The course is well-designed to improve your skills in MATLAB/Simulink. Also, you have the opportunity to develop your knowledge of Automotive control systems. Besides, these automobile engineering courses in Hyderabad offer several other benefits, such as access to intensive study material, video lectures, hands-on training sessions, and extended email and forum support.

Q.5. What are the career prospects after completing the Skill-Lync battery technology course?

A.5. Following are some jobs that you can apply for after the course:

  1. Automation Control System Commissioning Engineer
  2. Control System Engineer
  3. Controls and Instrumentation Engineer
  4. Infrastructure Engineer
  5. Automation Engineer

Q.6. What is the expected salary range after completing the Skill-Lync automotive certification online course in Hyderabad?

A.6. The average salary of automotive control system engineers in India is estimated to be INR 6.5 LPA. The salary ranges from INR 3.2 LPA to INR 17.6 LPA depending upon skills and experience.

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