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Final Project: Design of an Electric Vehicle
AIM To create a Simulink model of an EV. INTRODUCTION OF ELECTRIC VEHICLES: INTRODUCTION OF ELECTRIC VEHICLES: Electric vehicles (EVs) use an electric motor for traction, and chemical batteries, fuel cells, ultracapacitors, and/or flywheels for their corresponding energy sources. The electric vehicle has many advantages…
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AIM:       1) Search and list out the total weight of various types of aircrafts.        2) Is there any difference between ground speed and air speed?        3) Why is it not recommended to use aircraft engine power to move it on the ground…
AIM:       1) Search and list out the total weight of various types of aircrafts.        2) Is there any difference between ground speed and air speed?        3) Why is it not recommended to use aircraft engine power to move it on the ground…
Create a detailed MATLAB model of an electric rickshaw (three wheel passenger vehicle) as per details below:  Rear wheels driven by PM brushed type motor Assume efficiency points of motor controller and motor Make an excel sheet of all input and assumed data  Results: For any three standard driving cycles show…
PROJECT 1 : MODELLING AN ELECTRIC CAR WITH LI-ION BATTERY.   AIM: To Create a MATLAB model of electric car which uses lithium ion battery and suitable motor. Choose suitable blocks from Simscape or Powertrain block set. Implement the vehicle speed control using PI controller and generate brake and accelerator commands.…
AIM: To create a basic Electric Vehicle model using MATLAB/Simulink OBJECTIVES:         1. Explain System-level configurations.        2. Explain each model parameters & blocks.        3. Comment on results.        4. Conclusion.…
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