## TIEE3024 Syllabus - Design Of Motor And Power Converters For Electric Vehicles - 2022 Regulation Anna University

TIEE3024

DESIGN OF MOTOR AND POWER CONVERTERS FOR ELECTRIC VEHICLES

L T P C

2023

COURSE OBJECTIVES:
• To review the drive cycles and requirements of EVs
• To know the working of motors used in Electric Vehicle
• To analyze and model the buck/boost converter operation and to design the same
• To learn the simulation basics of control systems
• To derive transfer functions for DC-DC converters

UNIT I

ELECTRIC VEHICLE DYNAMICS

6

Standard drive cycles-Dynamics of Electric Vehicles-Tractive force-Maximum speed, torque, power, energy requirements of EVs.

UNIT II

MOTORS FOR ELECTRIC VEHICLES

6

Introduction – Speed And Torque control of above and below rated speed-Speed control of EV in the constant power region of electric motors. DC Motors, Induction Motor, Permanent Magnet Synchronous Motors (PMSM), Brushless DC Motors, Switched Reluctance Motors (SRMs). Synchronous Reluctance Machines-Choice of electric machines for EVs.

UNIT III

BASICS OF SIMULATION IN CONTROL SYSTEMS

6

Transfer Function-How to build transfer function, identify Poles, zeros, draw time response plots, bode plot (Bode Plots for Multiplication Factors, Constant, Single and Double Integration Functions, Single and Double Differentiation Functions, Single Pole and Single Zero Functions, RHP Pole and RHP Zero Functions), state space modelling-transfer function from state space Model.

UNIT IV

MODELING OF DC-DC CONVERTERS

6

Overview of PWM Converter Modelling -Power Stage Modelling - PWM Block Modelling - Voltage Feedback Circuit and Small-Signal Model of PWM Converter - Averaging Power Stage Dynamics - Average Models for buck/boost Converter - Small-Signal Model of Converter Power Stage - Frequency Response of Converter

UNIT V

POWER STAGE TRANSFER FUNCTIONS OF DC – DC CONVERTERS

6

Power Stage Transfer Functions of buck-boost Converter in CCM Operation, Input-to-Output Transfer Function, Duty Ratio-to-Output Transfer Function, Load Current-to-Output Transfer Function.

TOTAL: 30+30 = 60 PERIODS

COURSE OUTCOMES: Upon completion of the course, students will be able to:
CO1: To use appropriate electric machine for electric vehicle application
CO2: To compute transfer function with factors such as constant, integral, differential, first order factor and second order factor (both numerators & denominators)
CO3: To compute transfer function from state models.
CO4: To design buck, boost and buck-boost converter.
CO5: To compute a power stage transfer functions for DC-DC converters
CO6: To simulate DC-DC converters and to obtain gain margin and phase margin.

REFERENCES:
1. Power Electronic Converters, Teuvo Suntio, Tuomas Messo, Joonas Puukko, First Edition 2017.
2. Fundamentals of Power Electronics with MATLAB, Randall Shaffer, 2nd Edition, 2013, Lakshmi publications
3. Feedback Control problems using MATLAB and the Control system tool box, Dean Frederick and Joe Cho, 2000, 1st Edition, Cengage learning.
4. Handbook of Automotive Power Electronics and Motor Drives, Ali Emadi, Taylor & Francis, 2005,1st Edition.
5. Electrical Machine Fundamentals with Numerical Simulation using MATLAB/SIMULINK, Atif Iqbal, Shaikh Moinoddin, Bhimireddy Prathap Reddy, Wiley,2021, 1st Edition.
6. Emerging Power Converters for Renewable Energy and Electric Vehicles Modeling, Design, and Control, Md. Rabiul Islam,Md. Rakibuzzaman Shah, Mohd. Hasan Ali, CRC Press,2021, 1st Edition.
7. Iqbal Hussain, “Electric and Hybrid Vehicles: Design Fundamentals, Second Edition” CRC Press, Taylor & Francis Group, Third Edition 2021.