Sunday

What is an Electric vehicle? How the Ev works?

 


What is an EV?

Several nation’s have been imposing strict restrictions on the usage of petrol and diesel vehicles. Also,  nation’s have decided to scrap petrol and diesel vehicles completely. As a result of this car, manufacturers decided to handle this scenario by manufacturing Electronic Vehicles (EV).

                       

EV consists of battery’s from which the power for the vehicle is generated. EV consists of fewer moving parts. EV can be classified into three types:

       FULLY loaded Battery EV

       Hybrid EV

       Partial Hybrid EV

       Fuel cell EV

EV is considered to be the best alternative to reduce vehicular emissions.

                             


HOW EV WORKS?

As said EV consists of a rechargeable battery which may be lithium-ion batteries

It consists of a charging port where the charge gets stores in the battery. The power gets transmitted to the engine which consists of an electric transition motor. This electric transition motor enables the wheels to move.

This is the working method of a Fully loaded EV that runs only on Electricity from the battery.

Hybrid and Partial Hybrid EV

Hybrid and Partial Hybrid EV lies consist of the electric motor as well as gasoline motors. Here gasoline can also act as a generator to power up the electric motor.

                         

Fuel Cell EV

Fuel cell EV consists of fuel cylinders. Hydrogen is the fuel used for these cylinders. This hydrogen fuel helps in generating the electricity needed for the electric motor.

In this way, the different types of EV work. At present Hyundai Kona EV has a large battery capacity of 39.2 kWh which would capable of running 258 miles.

To know more about EV’s go through the following videos

  1. Electric car vs gas car -

      


  2. 3-d working animation of EV -
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gFHwWjdrp64&t=17s


  3. Mercedes EQC technical working animation - 



Monday

CFD and MOLDFLOW SIMULATION WEBINAR FOR MECHANICAL ENGINEERS BY AUTODESK




Hello to all Mechanical Engineers out there. We are excited to share information about the upcoming webinar series for Mechanical engineers byAutodesk. The webinar series will take you to the depth of CFD and Mold flow analysis.



Image courtesy: Autodesk.in


You will learn about the real world problems from the domain experts.


After watching this webinar series you will learn how to improve your mold design workflow using their Autodesk software product Moldflow.


Learn how to perform CFD For High performance Building Design using the software Autodesk CFD.


Image courtesy: Autodesk.in


Image courtesy: Autodesk.in


Image courtesy: Autodesk.in

Learn how to reduce mold cycle time with the use of Software Autodesk Moldflow.


As an Mechanical Engineer the Simulation Analysis skill set is very important.


We highly appreciate the Autodesk Team to come up with such informative webinar series.


Please do not wait and get yourself registered at the earliest


1) Oct 28 : (3 – 4pm IST)

Topic : How to improve your Mold design workflow

Software: Moldflow

Register Here : Click Here


2) Oct 29 : (3 – 4pm IST)

Topic : Autodesk CFD for High performance building design

Software: CFD

Register Here : Click Here


3) Oct 30 : (3 – 4pm IST)

Topic : Reduce Mold cycle time with Autodesk Moldflow

Software: Moldflow

Register Here : Click Here

 

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Tuesday

Career Fest for Mechanical Engineers - ASME E-Fest Careers

Are you a Mechanical Engineer who is looking for career guidance and opportunities? Then you have landed in the right place.  ASME (American Society of Mechanical Engineers) is Organizing one of the greatest festivals exclusively targetting the Early Career Engineers.

 After the pandemic hit the world hard. Almost every organization stopped meetings in person. So as ASME. Now, most organizations are organizing virtual events such as ASME.

Image Courtesy: https://efestcareers.asme.org/


This event will have keynote speakers, Networking sessions, Entrepreneurship Track, Job Hunting Track, Global Careers Track.

There are experts delivering tips and advise on all the above tracks. So Hurry up and don't miss a chance to attend this free event. 

All the mechanical engineers who are keen to advance their careers can register for free for this event.

Register here: https://efestcareers.asme.org/

Date of Event: 7th November 2020.

Mode of Event: Virtual

Stay tuned on this page for detailed agenda. Share with your colleagues and friends.

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