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ROYAL GLOBAL UNIVERSITY FACULTY SEMINAR

SERIES (RGUFSS-II),2018

Presented by

SUBHRA JYOTI BORAH


Assistant Professor
Department of Electrical Engineering
Royal Global University
Self Introduction

 Qualification :
1) B.Tech ( Electrical and Electronics Engineering ) , 2007
2) M.Tech( Power system Engineering),2014

 Experiences:
1) Teaching : 3.5 years (RSET)
2) Industry : 3 years

 Research Interest :
1) Distributed generation
2) Microcontrollers
3)Power system
 Number of publications : NIL
Topic of seminar

Electric Vehicles and its implications


OVERVIEW :

 Introduction to Electric vehicles


 Parts of electric vehicles
 Types of electric vehicles
 EV Charging
 V2G connectivity
 Conclusion
Introduction

• The development of the electric vehicles is a very


perspective and important process.

• EVs, are vehicles that are powered by an electric


motor instead of an internal combustion engine.
History of the Electric Vehicle
The history of the electric vehicle began in the mid- 19th
century:

1832:Robert Anderson invented a non-rechargeable electric


carriage.
1835:Thomas Davenport built the first practical electric
vehicle.
1976: General Electric was chosen to construct a parallel-
hybrid sedan, and Toyota built its first hybrid car.
Benefits of Electric vehicles:

• Sustainability
• Convenience
• Economy
• Efficiency
Key parts of an electric car
Scheme of a battery electric vehicle
Battery types:

 Lead acid
 Nickel based: NiMH, NiCd
 Lithium based
1> Lithium-ion
2> Lithium-polymer
Commonly used electric motor types :

 Brushed dc motor
 Induction motor
 Permanent magnet motor
 Switched reluctance motor
Types of vehicles : Drive train and fuel type

 Conventional ICE Vehicle


 Alternative fuel ICE Vehicle
 Electric vehicle( electric propulsion system)
Toyota Prius:
HEV series parallel
architecture

Chevrolet volt:
PHEV series parallel
architecture

Tesla model s: BEV

Hyundai Tucson &


Toyota Mirai: FCEV
AC and DC Charging
Smart charging
V2G Concept
Conclusion

With this, we come to following facts that number of expected vehicles


doubling on the roads in the near future the need for this alternative energy
is very evident and has promising returns.

Important to produce vehicles that do less, have a longer range, and use
less energy.

Lower our toxic emissions and localize green house effects.

Increase the overall energy efficiency of cars.


References
1. Senger, R., M. Markel, and J.Nelson,“Validation of advisor in a
series of Electric Vehicle,” SAE paper 981133, 1998.

2. Wipke Anderson, Samuel Johnson, "Future perspective of EV,”

IJOART paper,2008.
3. Donald MacArthur,Brooker pegotty,”Electrical vehicle
A sustainable view,” IJSER paper 2011

4.Stevensonparker,”EV–A green vision for coming generation,”IEEE


Xplore, 2010