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MTECH
-
AUTOMOTIVE ELECTRONICS & EMBEDDED SYSTEM

CURRICULUM & SYLLABUS

I SEMESTER

SUB.CODE

SUBJECT

L

T

P

C

P
1
MA
IC05

Advanced

Numerical Methods

3

1

0

4

P1AE
IC
01

Automobile Engineering

3

1

0

4

P1AEIC
02

Automotive Electrical & Electronics

3

1

0

4

P1AEIC
0
3

Model Based Design & RPT I

2

2

0

4

P1AEIC
04

Micro controller & Applications

3

1

0

4

P1AEIC
05

Automotive Engineering Lab

0

0

3

2

P1AEIC
06

Micro controller Lab

0

0

3

2

Total Credits

24


II SEMESTER

SUB.CODE

SUBJECT

L

T

P

C

P
2
AEIC
07

Real time operatin
g System

3

1

0

4

P
2
AEIC
08

In vehicle networking
& Telem
atics

3

1

0

4

P
2
AEIC
09


Embedded
Design and development
System

3

1

0

4

P
2
AEIC
10

Battery
&

fuel cells

3

1

0

4

P
2
AEIC
11

Advanced Model Based Design & RPTII

3

1

0

4

P
2
AEIC
12

Micro Electro Mechanic
al System

3

0

0

3

P2AEIC
13

Embedded System Lab

0

0

3

2

Total Credits

25




L


Lecture; T


Tutorial; P


Practical; C


Credit










2

III SEMESTER



SUB.

CODE

SUBJECT

L

T

P

C

P3AEIC
1
4

Electromagnet
ic

Interference and
Electromagnetic
compatibility

3

1

0

4

P3AEIC
1
5

Automotive & Real Time Embedded System

3

1

0

4

P3AEIC
1
6

Soft Skills

2

0

2

3

P3AEIC
1
7


Project Management

2

1

0

3

*******

Elective
-

I

3

0

0

3

*******


Elective


II

3

0

0

3


Total Credits

20







IV SEMESTER



SUB.

CODE

SUBJECT

L

T

P

C

P4AEIC
18

Project Work

0

0

24

12

Total Credits

12


Over all Total Credits =
81


LIST OF ELECTIVES


SUB.CODE

SUBJECT

L

T

P

C

ELECTIVE I

PEAEIC
1
9


Power Train Control System

3

0

0

3

PEAEIC
20


Vehicle Control System

3

0

0

3

ELECTIVE II

PEAEIC
2
1


E
lectric and Hybrid Vehicles

3

0

0

3

PEAEIC
2
2


Automotive Communication Protocol

3

0

0

3

PEAEIC
2
3


Automotive Test Instruments

3

0

0

3

FUTURE ELECTIVES

PEAEIC
24


Intellectual Property Rights


3

0

0

3




L


Lecture; T


Tutorial; P


Practical; C


Credit






3

SEMESTER


I


P1MAIC05

ADVANCED
NUMERICAL METHODS






L T P C













3 1 0 4

OBJECTIVES:



After the advent of high speed computers, it is now being made possible that before going
into the production of a component or an equipm
ent, a careful designing and evaluating performance
of the component or the equipment can be undertaken just with a computer programme making use
of a systematic mathematical formulation of the process involved in the functioning of the equipment.
Accordin
gly, the objective of the present course is to introduce the mathematical tools such as
differential equations, numerical methods which are indispensable for modeling and analysis of the
problems of automotive engineering.


OUTCOME:


On completing the cou
rse, the student is




Prepared to solve Eigen value problems of engineering.




Prepared to use the principles of calculus of variations in the optimization problems of
engineering.




Prepared to write pseudo codes for obtaining computer simulations of prin
ciple models in
engineering R&D.




Prepared to obtain approximate solutions to the engineering problems for which closed
-
analytic solutions are not possible.



UNIT I


NUMERICAL LINEAR ALGEBRA







12

Gauss elimination
-

Gauss
-
Jordan elimination
-

LR d
ecomposition QR decomposition
-

Ill

conditioned
systems
-

condition number
-

singular value decomposition
-

Tikhonov regularization
-

Jacobi iteration
-

Gauss

Seidel iteration
-

Relaxation methods
-

two grid methods
-

Defective matrices
-

generalized eigen
values a
nd eigenvectors
-

Sturm sequence
-

Jacobi
-

Givens and Householder transformations
-

Jordon
canonical form of matrices
-

pseudo

inverse of a matrix
-

least

square solutions of
over determined

linear systems
-

the method of normal equations.


UNIT II

NONLINE
AR SYSTEMS







12

Solutions of system of nonlinear equations:

Newton’s method
-

Quasi
-
Newton methods
-

Secant
-
like methods
-

Fixed point methods.

Unconstrained optimization:

Direct search methods
-

Descent

methods
-

Line search methods.

Cons
trained optimization:

Kuhn
-
Tucker necessary condition for nonlinear programming
-

The

penalty method
-

The method of Lagrange multipliers.



UNIT
III
LEAST
-
SQUARE PROBLEMS







12


Introduction
-

Least
-
square solutions of over
-
determined linear systems
-

the method of normal
equations
-

QR factorization method
-

Householder algorithm
-

Givens Rotations.

Nonlinear Least Square Problems:

Introduction
-

Gauss
-
Newton
-
type methods
-

Newton
-
type
methods
-

Quasi
-
Newton methods.


UNIT IV

NUMERICAL SOLUTIONS OF ORDINA
RY DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS


12

Basics
-

One
-
step methods
-

Multistep methods
-

Stability
-

Stiff equations
-

Boundary value problems
-

Differential
-
algebraic equations.







4

UNIT
V
NUMERICAL SOLUTIONS OF PARTIAL DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS


12


Classification of
partial differential equations
-

initial and boundary conditions
-

initial

and boundary
value problems
-

Finite difference method
-

uniform and non
-
uniform grids
-

method of weighted
residuals
-

pseudo
-
spectral methods.










TOTAL:


45 + 15

(Tutorial)

= 60

Periods

REFERENCES:


1.

Allaire, G. and Kaber, S. M
.:

Numerical Linear Algebra, Springer, 2008.


2.

Hairer,E., Norsett, S. P., and Wanner, G.: Solving Ordinary Differential Equations I: Nonstiff
Problems, Springer,
2009 Edition I
.


3.

Hairer,E., and Wanner
, G.: Solving Ordinary Differential Equations II: Stiff and Differential
-
Algebraic Problems, Springer,
2009 Edition I
.


4.

Huebner, K. H., Dewhirst, D. L.
, Smith
, D. E., and Byrom, T. G.: The Finite Element Method
for Engineers, Fourth Edition, John Wiley & S
ons, 200
4
.


5.

Stanoyevitch, A.: Introduction to Numerical Ordinary and Partial Differential Equations Using
MATLAB, John Wiley & Sons, 2005.


BEYOND THE SYLLABUS:


1.
Conjugate Gradient Method

2. Canonical Forms and Matrix Functions.

3.

Separable Nonline
ar Least
-
Squares Problems.

4.
The Levenberg

Marquardt Method, Trust region
method for

solving
Nonlinear Least Squares

Problems
.

5.
Penalty, Barrier, and Augmented Lagrangian Methods.

6. T
he Finite
-
Element Method.


E
-
BOOK DOWNLOAD URL
:


1.

http://www.as.ysu.edu/~faireslNumerical
-
Analysis/On

2.

http://www.math.uiowa.edu/~atkinson/m72.html

3.

http://www.cse.uiuc.edu/cs350/

4.

http://www.cs.cornell.edu/Courses/cs322/2002sp/

5.

http://math.fullerton.edu/mathews/nume
rical/nlabs.html







5

P1AEIC01

AUTOMOBILE

ENGINEERING



L T P C









3 1 0 4


OBJECTIVE:


To understand the various automobile engines parts and fuel systems.


OUTCOME:


To impa
r
t knowledge to students in various systems of autom
obile engineering and to have the
practice for assembling and dismantling of engine parts.


UNIT I


VEHICLE STRUCTURE AND ENGINES





12

Types of automobiles, Vehicle construction, Chassis Frame and Body aerodynamics. Components of
engine

and t
heir forms, Introduction to Electronics in Automobiles
-

sub systems in automobile
technology
-

role of electronics and fundamentals of microcontrollers.


UNIT II


EMISSION AND ALTERNATIVE FUELS








12

Functions and Material

r
evi
ew of cooling and lubrication systems in engine, Turbo Chargers, Engine
Emission control by 3 way Catalytic controller, Electronic engine managem
ent systems. Use of Natural
Gas,

LPG
, Biodiesel ,

Gasohol and Hydrogen in Automobiles, Electric and Hybrid Vehi
cles
-

Fuel Cells.
-

stoichio metric ratio
-

Fundamentals of Gasoline and Diesel Engines


UNIT III



ENGINE AUXILIARY SYSTEMS








12

Carburetor


working principle
of
Electronic fuel injection system, Mono point and Multipo
int Injection
systems. Construction
-

Operation and maintenance of Lead acid Battery, Electrical systems, Battery,
generator, Starting Motor and drives

Lighting and Ignition (Battery
-

Magneto Coil and Electronic
Type)Regulators

cut outs Starter alternator
-

Body Control module
-

Multiplexed wiring.


UNIT IV


TRANSMISSION SYSTEMS










12

Clutch Types and Construction of Gear Boxes
-

Manual and Automatic Transmission, Simple Floor
Mounted Shift Mechanism

Over Drives, Transfer Box, Fluid fl
ywheel, Torque converters

and Propeller
shaft

slip
joint
,

Universal joints, Differential and Rear axle, Hotchkiss D
rive and Torque tube drive
-

Transmission control unit.


UNIT5 STEERING
-

BRAKES AND SUSPENSION






12

Wheels and Types

Wheel alignment parameters, Steering Geometry and Types of Steering gear box
Power steering

Types of Front Axle

Suspension systems
,

Braking systems

Types and construction

Diagonal Braking systems Antilock Braking systems. EPS roll ove
r control integrated safety.









TOTAL: 45+15(Tutorial) = 60 periods

BEYOND THE SYLLABUS:

1.


Electric & Hybrid Vehicles

detailed examples

2.

Exhaust
-
gas recirculation system


REFERENCES:


1.

Dr. Kirpal Singh., Automobile Engineering, standard
publisher’s

dis
tributors, Vol
-

1and Vol
-

2
-
201
1 Edition I & II.

2.

Ram lingam, K. K., Internal Combustion Engines
-

Theory and practice, Scitech publications
India Pvt. Ltd., Chennai, 2004

3.

Ganesan, V., Internal Combustion Engines, Tata McGraw
-
Hill, New Delhi, 1994

4.

R.B.Gupt
a., Automobile Engineering, Tech India Publication Series, Satya Prakash, New Delhi,
20
12






6

5.

Kholi.P.L “Automotive Electrical Equipment”, Tata McGraw
-
Hill Co., Ltd., New Delhi, 20
11
Edition I
.


6.


M.L.Mathur and R.P.Sharma, “A course in Internal combustion engi
nes”, Dhanpat Rai & Sons
Publications, New Delhi, 20
1
1.




E
-
BOOK DOWNLOAD URL
:

1.

Hybrid Electric Vehicle Design Fundamentals EBook Free Download
-
Click Here

2.

Basic Electrical Laws
-

Click Here to Download






7

P1AEIC02

AUTOMOTIVE

ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONIC SYSTEMS





















L T P C










3 1 0 4


OBJECTIVE:


To understand the various automotive E
lectrical & Electronic control systems.


OUTCOME:


On completion of this

course

the student shall be able to acquire knowledge
of Fundamentals

of
Automobile Engineering
-

Automotive applications of all types of sensors and actuators systems.


UNIT I


AUTO
MOBILE BATTERY AND WIRING SYSTEM





12

Battery, Principles of Lead Acid Battery & their characteristics, Construction and working of lead acid
battery, Types of batteries, Effect of temperature on capacity and voltage of the battery, Battery
capacit
y, battery voltage, battery efficiency, charging of the batteries, sulphation and desulphation of
batteries, Wiring Harness, Wiring maintenance and Servicing. Fault Diagnosis and Troubleshooting.


UNIT
II DASH

BOARD
-

CHARGING AND STARTING SYSTEMS




1
2

Starter motors &driving mechanism, D.C.Generator and Alternator, Regulation for Charging, lighting
lamps and Fuses, Dashboard instruments and horn, Warning systems and safety devices.


UNIT III

SENSORS & ACTUATORS









12

Introduction, Basic Sen
sor Arrangement, Types of sensors, Oxygen Sensor, Cranking Sensor, Position
Sensor, Engine cooling water Sensor, engine oil pressure sensor, Linear and angle sensor, Flow
sensor, Temperature and humidity sensor, Gas sensor, Speed and Acceleration sensor, K
nock sensor,
Torque sensor, Yaw rate sensors, Tire pressure sensor, Actuators.


UNIT IV

ELECTRONIC FUEL INJECTION & IGNITION SYSTEM




12

Introduction, Feedback Carburetor system, Throttle body injection & Multi
-
point fuel injection system,
Injection

system controls, advantages of electronic Ignition system, types of solid state ignition
system and their principles and operation, electronics spark timing control.


Digital Engine Control System, open loop and closed loop control system,
e
ngine cooling
and warm up
control,
a
cceleration, detonation and idle speed control,
e
xhaust emission control engineering,
onboard diagnostics,
f
uture automotive electronic systems.


UNIT
V CONTROL

SYSTEMS IN AUTOMOBILE






12

Automotive microcontrollers, Engine C
ontrol Systems, Transmission Control System, Cruise Control
System, Braking Control System, Traction Control System, Stability Control System, Suspension
Control System, Steering Control
System

and

HVAC Control.





TOTAL: 45+15(Tutorial) = 60 periods


BE
YOND THE SYLLABUS:

1.
Basics of Electric & Hybrid Vehicles

2.

A chapter on Basic Electrical Laws

3.

Automotive Lighting

4.

Learning about Automotive Electrical Standards






8


REFERENCES:


1.

P.L. Kohli
-
: Automotive Electrical Equipment
-

Tata McGrawHill Co Ltd
-

New

Delhi
-

2011

Edition I
.

2.

Robert Bosch
-
: Automotive Handbook
-

SAE
-

2011

Edition I
.

3.

Dr. Kirpal Singh
-
: Automobile Engineering, standard publishers , Vol
-

1and Vol
-

2,
-
2012

4.

Ganesan.V
.
-
: Internal Combustion Engines
-

Tata McGrawHill Publishing Co.
-

New De
lhi
-

2011.

5.

Tom Denton
-
: Automobile Electrical and Electronic Systems


3
rd

Edition


Elsevier

6.

Judge
-

A.W.
-
: Modern Electrical Equipment of Automobiles
-

Chapman and Hall
-

London
-

2011.

7.

R.K. Jurgen
-

Automotive Electronics Handbook
-

McGraw Hill 2
nd
Editio
n 2010

8.

William B .Ribbens ,” Understanding Automotive Electronics

-
Newnes 6
th

Edition



E
-
BOOK DOWNLOAD URL

1.

Concepts in Electric Circuits

EBook
-

Click Here to free direct download

2.

Automotive Lighting Technology Introduction
-

EBook Free direct Download

3.

Automotive Lighting Standards of ARAI
-

Section 1

4.

Automotive Lighting Requirements by for 2 wheelers and 4 wheelers
-

AR
AI

5.

Testing Standard and Procedures for Windscreen viper for 4wheelers
-

ARAI

6.

Speed Limitation Devices Requirements & Standards
-

ARAI

7.

Batter Operated Vehicles
-

Standards & Requirements

8.

Electrical Energy Consumption Measurement in Vehicles Standard
-

ARAI







9

P1AEIC03

MODEL BASED DESIGN & RPT I









L T P C













2

2

0 4

OBJECTIVE:


The objective is how MATLAB is necessary fo
r learning the Fundamentals of Automobile Engineering
-

Automotive applications
in various aspects
.


OUTCOME:


On completion of this course the students will be able to know a MATLAB based on the

theoretical
knowledge & programming skills developed while undergoing the course.



UNIT I

INTRODUCTION
TO
MATLAB

USER INTERFACE










12

Quick overview of The Math Works and MATLAB
-

Reading data from file
-

Saving and loading
vari
ables
-

Plotting data
-

Customizing plots
-

Calculating statistics and best

fit line
-

Entering
commands
-

Creating variables
-

Getting help Accessing and modifying values in variables
-

Creating
character variables

UNIT I


ANALYSIS OF PLOTTING VECTORS ,MATR
ICES AND ARRAYS
12

Calculations with vectors

-

Plotting vectors
-


Basic plot options
-

Annotating plots Size and
dimensionality

-

Calculations with matrices

-

Statistics with matrix data
-

Plotting multiple columns

-
Reshaping and linear inde
xing
-

Multidimensional arrays
-

Importing data Mixed data types
-

Cell
arrays
-
Numbers
-

strings
-

and dates Exporting data.

UNIT
III

FLOW

CONTROL

AND
FUNCTIONS








12



Logical operations and variables
-

Logical indexing
-

Flow control Loops
-

User input and output
Publishing code Indexed images and color maps
-


Surface plots

-

Contour plots

-
True color images
Creating functions

-

Calling functions Workspaces

Sub functions Path and precedence.

UNITIV MATLAB
T
ROUBLESHOO
TING
& SYSTEM

MODELING




12

D
ebugging with the MATLAB® Editor Using breakpoints Measuring code performance System
modeling in the Simulink
environment
,

Electronic throttle control model.

UNIT
V
APPLICATIONS













12

Define the potentiometer system
become

familiar with the Simulink interface
-

Create a Simulink
model of the potentiometer system Run simulations and analyze results


Autocode generation from Model based design. Develop a small feature (Br
ake control
-

Airbag control
etc) using model based design
-

develop code using
auto code

generation and download it
microcontroller kit.

TOTAL: 45+15(Tutorial) = 60 periods

BEYOND THE SYLLABUS:


1. Linear and non linear system with an example and solve usin
g Mat lab simulink

2. Open loop and closed loop control system with an
example and solve using Mat lab

simulink







10

REFERENCES
:


1.

A Guide to MATLAB®for Beginners and Experienced Users

Second Edition

201
2

Updated for
MATLAB
®
7 and Simulink
®
6

Brian R. Hunt

-
Ro
nald L. Lipsman

-
Jonathan M. Rosenberg

2.

Engineering Computations: An Introduction Using MATLAB and Excel
by
Joseph C.

Musto
-

Milwaukee School of Engineering

William E.

Howard
-

East Carolina University

McGrawHill
-

2009



3.


MATLAB Programming for Engineers
-

4e

b
y

Stephen J.

Chapman
-

BAE Systems
Cengage
Learning
-

2010

4.

An Engineer's Guide to MATLAB
-

I Edition 2012
: with Applications from Mechanical
-

Aerospace
-

Electrical
-

and Civil Engineering

by
Edward B.

Magrab
-

University of Maryland at
College Park

Shapour

Az
arm
-

University of Maryland
.

Balakumar

Balachandran
-

University of
Maryland

James

Duncan
-

University of Maryland

Keith

Herold
-

University of Maryland

Gregory

Walsh
-

University of Maryland

ISBN:

0131454994 Language:

English

5.

The Essential MATLAB & Simulink f
or Engineers and Scientists
Ogbonnaya Inya

Okoro
-


Michael Okpara University of Agriculture

Edward

Chikuni
-

University of KwaZuluNatal
Juta and
Company Ltd
-

2010


6.


Matlab and Simulation
-
” Mallick Scitech
“2011

Edition 2


E
-
BOOK DOWNLOAD URL:

1. Intr
oduction to MAT LAB free
EBook

download

2. A Guide to MAT LAB
(PROGRAMMING)

Free EBook
downloads

3.

Using Simulink® and StateflowTM in Automotive Applications Free pdf

4. Free PDF A guide to MAT LAB for beginners and experienced users hunt lipsman and Rose
nberg.

5. MAT LAB ,Simulink


simulink modeling tutorial train system free Ebook

6.

Introduction MAT LAB and SIMULINK : A approach free Ebook












11



P1AEIC04
MICRO CONTROLLER & APPLICATIONS
L T P C












3

1

0 4


OBJECTIVE :

The main objective of this course is to get
the fundamental

concepts
-

programming skills and how
the micro
controller takes

part in automotive application.

OUTCOME:


On completion of this course the stude
nts will be able to program a microcontroller based on the
theoretical knowledge & programming skills developed while undergoing the course.


UNIT I

INTRODUCTION TO MICROCONTROLLER









12

Introduction to the general architecture of Micro
controllers
-

multicore microcontrollers
-

Study of
various peripherals, features and selection criteria of microcontrollers.



UNIT
II
GENERAL ARCHITECTURE OVERVIEW









12

General, 16bit
-

microcontroller architecture, Role in automobile
-

classificat
ion of microcontroller
-

Discussions on instruction sets
-

memory hierarchies microcontrollers such as
-

free scale 16bit
-

free
scale /Microchip (Automotive microcontrollers) Microcontrollers. Programming free scale
microcontroller using Code warrior IDE a
nd MPLAB IDE.



UNIT III

ARCHITECTURE OF 32 BIT MICROCONTROLLERS




12

General structure of 32 bit Microcontrollers. Introduction to Free scale 32bit cold fire/ power pc
microcontrollers. Discussions on instruction sets.


UNIT IV
PERIPHERAL INTERFACIN
G OF MICROCONTROLLER





12



Input/output (LCD, Stepper motor, Timer, Digital, Analog, Pulse,
PWM,

RTC)
-
Study of memory
devices (Flash, Ram, EPROM,
EEPROM and

Memory Mapping)
-

I/O devices and serial communication
with microcontrollers
.


UNIT V

MICROCONTROLLER BASED APPLICATIONS





12

Instrumentation cluster model

of 8 bit and 16 bit
-

BLDC
-

data acquisition system
-

monitoring an
d
controlling vehicle parameter
-

driver assistance system.

TOTAL: 45+15(Tutorial) = 60 periods

BEYOND THE
SYLLABUS:


1. RISC & CISC overview

2. Introduction to ARM processor

3. Introduction VLIW architecture

4.

Understanding of Single core, Multicore and Tricore


REFERENCES:


1.

G.Jack Lipovski ,”Single and multichip microcontroller interfacing for the Moto
rola 68HC12”

2.
Han Way Huang ,” PIC microcontroller :An introduction to software and hardware interfacing
“,Cengage learning ,”2011

Edition I.

3. HanWay Huang ,”MC68HC12 and introduction : Software and Hardware interfacing”

4.

Steven F. Barret
-
Daniel J.P
ack,”

Microcontroller fundamentals for engineers and scientists “

5. Daniel J.Pack
-
Steven Frank Banett ,”Microcontroller theory and applications HC12 and S12”


E
-
Book Download URL:

1. www.infineon.com

2.

Microcontroller in Automobile
-
IEEE
-
Xplore
Free dow
n load

3.

www.pdfsearch.asia/
CISC
.html






12


P1AEIC05

AUTOMOTIVE ENGINEERING LAB


















L T P C











0 0
3

2

OBJECTIVE:


To understand the various automobile
power train systems, electrical system

and emission system.


OUTCOME:


To impart knowledge to students in various systems of automobile engineering and to have the
practice for assembling and dismantling of engine parts.


POWER TRAIN SYSTEM:


1.

Dismantling and Study of multi cylinder Petrol engi
ne.

2.

Dismantling and Study of multi cylinder Diesel engine.

3.

Study of Petrol and Diesel Fuel System.

4.

Study of Light and Heavy vehicle chassis layout, front axle and rear axles.

5.

Study of clutch, gear
box,

transfer case and differential.

ELECTRICAL SYSTEM:

6.

Stu
dy of Electric vehicles.

7.

Study of Electrical wiring, Self motor and dynamo.

8.

Study of Different suspension system / Active and Passive suspension, Pneumatic Suspension.

9.

Study of Brake system and ABS.

10.

Study of Different steering system, mechanical, power ass
isted steering and Electronic
controlled steering systems.

EMISSION SYSTEM:

11.

Study of Emission measuring instrument for petrol and diesel engine.

12.

Study
of Catalytic

converters.






13



P1AEIC06

MICRO CONTROLLER LAB






L T P C













0

0

3

2

OBJECTIVE :

The main objective of this
subject
is

to get the fundamental concepts
-

programming skills and how
the micro controller takes part in automotive application.

OUTCOME:


On completion of this
practical session

the

students will be able to
w
rite
a

microcontroller based
programming skills.



USING KEIL
SOFTWARE IN

8051


1.

Parallel port programming.

2.

Interrupts handling.

3.

ADC interfacing.

4.

Configuring timer / counter.

5.

Implementing serial communication.

6.

Seven segment and LCD interfacing.


USIN
G CODE WARRIOR IDE


7.

Learning IDE using
16

bit MC HCS12

8.

Switches and LED interfacing.

9.

Data acquisitions system.

10.

Stepper motor interfacing.

11.

Pulse width modulation for DC motor control.

12.

Study and
Implementation of CAN

13.

Instrumentation cluster interface.

14.

BLDC
control kit.

15.

Study of
Infineon


boards.(32 bit )

16.

EFI kit study.






14


SEMESTER II


P2AEIC07

REAL TIME OPERATING SYSTEMS
L T P C










3

1

0 4

OBJECTIVES:


The main objective is



To introduce students to the embedde
d

real time systems
-

its basic concepts and its
software.



To explain programming concepts and embedded programming in C and C++.



To explain real time operating systems
-

inter

task communication and an exemplary case of
RTLINUX
-
WINCE.


OUTCOME:


On completi
on of this student will be able to Understand the concepts of RTOS programming and
connectivity of automotive applications.


UNIT I


INTRODUCTION RTOS











12

Introduction

to real

time
-

Example real

time applications
-

Hard vs. soft real time. Cla
ssic uniprocessor
scheduling
-

Static scheduling
-

Dynamic scheduling
-

Dynamic

priority scheduling
-

Static

priority
scheduling
-

Resource sharing
-

Priority inheritance and priority ceiling protocols
-

stack resource
protocol
-
real

time and non

real

time operati
ng systems
-
Real time UML


UNIT II

EMBEDDED LINUX NETWORKING COMMANDS






12

Basic Concepts

-

Types of Hosts Types of Host/Target Development Set

ups

-

Types of Host/Target
Debug Setups
-

Generic Architecture of an Embedded Linux System
-

Syst
em Startup

-

Types of Boot
Configurations
-

System Memory Layout

-

Hardware Support

Processor
-

Architectures

Buses and
Interfaces

-

I/

O

Storage
-

General Purpose Networking

Development Tools

-

Configuring the Kerne
l
Compiling the Kernel

-

Installing the Ke
rnel Basic Root File

system
-
Structure

-
Kernel Modules

-
Kernel
Images
-

Device Files

Main System Applications

System Initialization.



UNIT III

EMBEDDED LINUX OVERVIEW








12

MTD

Supported Devices

Disk Devices

Selecting a File

system

NFS Mounted

R
oot File

system to Write
a
File system

Image to Flash

Disk File

system over NFTL

Using LILO with Disk and Compact

Flash
Devices

Using GRUB with Disk

On Chip

Devices

Remote Administration with SNMP

Serving Web
Content Through HTTP

Dynamic Configuration
Thro
ugh DHCP Debugging

Applications with g
ain
db

Tracing

Performance Analysis

Memory Debugging.


UNIT IV


ANDROID

BASICS










12

Introduction to Virtual Machines
-

Architecture of Android Operating system ( Boot

loader, Kernel, Init,
Dalvik Vm, Native User space)


-


Android isms in Linux kernel (Wake locks, Low memory killer, ashmem,
RAM console and logger)
-

Introduction to Dalvik VM and Dalvik Internals
-

Android concepts
(Components, Intents, Component lifecyc
le, Manifest file, Process and threads, Remote Procedure call) ,
Java Native language interface (JNI)
-

Introduction to
development

tools
-
Introduction to Eclipse
-

Introduction to Android SDK
-

Introduction to Androi
d
NDK.




UNIT V

ANDROID PROGRAMMING










12

Activities and user interfaces
-

Services
-

Intents
-

Broadcast receivers
-

Java to C communication using
NDK and JNI
-

Introduction to Android Testing using Junit and Monkey Runner
-

Introduction to porting
Androi
d to new architecture and Embedded platforms plus an introduction to AOSP (Android Open
Source Project).














TOTAL: 45+15(Tutorial) = 60 periods






15

BEYOND T
HE SYLLABUS:

1. Basics of Android Dash board design



REFERENCES:

1.

Raj Kamal
-

: Embedded systems
-

TataMc
-
Graw Hill

-
2011

2.

Karim Yaghmour
-
: Building Embedded Linux Systems
-
O'Reilly
-
201
0 & 2011 Edition I

3.

Abraham Silberschatz ,Peter Baer Galvin
-
: Operating

System Principle


7
th

Edition,Wiley
-
2011

Edition I.

4.

Charles Crowley
-

: Operating System A Design Oriented Approach


Tata McGraw
-
Hill, 2012

5.

Harvey Dietel, Choffnes
-
: Operating Systems


Pearson, 2012



E
-
BOOK DOWNLOAD URL:

1
.
E
-
books for Android
















16

P2AEIC08

IN VEHICLE NETWORKING AND TELEMATICS



L T P C



3 1 0 4

OBJECTIVE:


To introduce the

embedded

communication

systems basic concepts and its software

for various
applications
.


OUTCOME:


On completion of
this subject

the student shall be able to acquire
knowledge

of automotive
embedded applications.


UNIT I

COMMUNICATION SYSTEM









12

Fundamentals of network topology and Basics of data communications
-

Various type
s of data
communications


LIN
-
CAN
-
MOST and Flex

ray
-

Heavy duty trucks data communication
-

SAE J1939
Protocol.


Unit II

CONTROLLER AREA NETWORKING







12

Protocol
-
OSI layers
-
detailed description of physical and Data layers
-
CAN frame Data structure
-
F
ault
Identification
-
Confinement and management.




UNIT III

DIAGNOSTICS











12

ECU flashing
-
End of line programming
-
sub system level vehicle diagnostics
-

diagnostics standards


unified diagnostics standard (UDS)
-
On Board Diagnostics (OBD)



UNIT
IV WIRELESS

DATA COMMUNICATION








12

Fundamentals of wireless

data
communication:

GPRS

-

short range
communication:

Bluetooth
-

RFID
-
Z
IG BEE
communication
-

WI
-
FI
-

net work coverage
.


UNIT V


NAVIGATION










12

Concepts of navigation system


space and inertial based

Underst
anding dB
-

Satellite
communication
-

GPS working principle and Applications


Integrated GPS and inertial navigation
systems
(
INS
)
-

intelligent transport syste
m including traffic management
-
multimode transportation
-

integration with road side infrastructur
e .









TOTAL: 45+15(Tutorial) = 60 periods

BEYOND THE SYLLABUS:

1. Types of Navigation system

2.

SAE Communication Protocol standards


REFERENCES:


1.

Practical Radio Engineering and Telemetry for Industry
-

David Bailey
-

Elsevier
-

2003 Edit
ion I.

2.

Telemetry Systems Engineering
-

Frank Carden
-

Russ Jedlicka
-

Robert Henry
-

Artech House
Publishers Boston
-

MA
-

USA
-

ISBN13:
9781580532570.

3.

Telematics and Transport Behaviour (Advances in Spatial Science) by
Peter Nijkamp
-

G. Pepping
-

D. Banister
-

SpringerVerlag Telos (May 1996)
ISB
N13:

9783540609193.

4.

Handbook of Telemetry and Remote Control

by Elliot L Gruenberg
-

McGrawHill
-

2010
.

5.
Wireless Communication by William Stall
ings
2009 Edition
II
.

6.

Wireless communication by Theodare Rappaport

2011 Edition
II.

7.

E
_Book Air Craft Guidance & control


E
-
BOOK DOWNLOAD URL:


1. ebookbrowse.com
/introduction
-
to
-
the
-
controller
-
area
-
network
-
can
-
pdf

2.
J1922

communication protocol fr
ee E
-
book download

3. Communication Protocol

engineering free E
-
books
downloads






17

P2AEIC09

EMBEDDED

DESIGN AND DEVELOPMENT SYSTEM




L T P C
















3 1 0 4


OBJECTIVE:


To understand the automotive embedded systems in vehicles
.

This course gives the brief ideas of
automotive
engines
, Engine

control
functions
, Fuel

delivery
systems
,
Drive by wire technologies and
its software and hardware Development tools.


OUTCOME:


On completion of
this course

the student
learnt the

Fundamen
tals of Automobile Embedded systems
and its applications.


UNIT

I

HARDWARE MODULES








12

Power management
-

Sleep current concept


power sequencing
-

Micro communication


l2C , SPI,
USB ,
UART communication


interrupt control
-

external bus inte
rface
-

parallel ports
-

general purpose
timers(GPT)
-

watchdog timer.


UNIT

II
SOFTWARE DEVELOPMENT TOOLS







12

Introduction to KEIL integrated development environment (IDE)
-

creating new project
-

creating new
file
-

adding files to project
-

options f
or target
-

compile and building project
-

simulation and
debugging
-

set breakpoints
-

monitor on chip peripherals using simulators
-

study of example
programs.


UNIT

III
INTEGRATION OF HARDWARE AND SOFTWARE





12

Introduction to Infineon microcontroller

development kit (easy kit)
-

developing project using KEIL
software
-

downloading embedded software into target system
-

introduction to on chip debugging
resources (JTAG)
-

debugging target system using on chip debugging support (OCDS).


UNIT IV
ECU DESIGN A
ND DEVELOPMENT






12

Embedded product development
Application:

instrument cluster
,

Body control
,

Engine management
and Transmission control.



UNIT
V

AUTOMOTIVE DEVELOPMENT TOOLS







12

Software development tool
-
h
ardware development tool
-

drive
r assistant tools
-

embedded based hard
ware and software drivers.








TOTAL: 45+15(Tutorial) = 60 periods

BEYOND THE SYLLABUS:

1.

Virtual Vehicle E/E software

2.

Automotive
Embedded Software and tools




REFERENCES:


1.
David E Simon
-

“An Embedded Sof
tware Primer”
-

Pearson Education
-

Asia
-

2011

2.
Arnold Berger
-

“Embedded System Design: An Introduction to Processes
-

Tools
-

and

Techniques” CMP Books
-

2011.

3.

Ljubo

Vlacic
-

Michel Parent & Furnio Harshima
-

“Intelligent Vehicle

Technologies:



4.
Theory and

Applications”
-

ButterworthHeinemann publications
-

2001.


5.
Wayne Wolf
-

“Computers as Components” Morgan Kaufmann Publishers
-

2011


EditionII




6.

E
_BOOK Getting Started For 8
-
bit, 16
-
bit, and 32
-
bit Microcontroller Creating Ap
plications

with μVision®4




E
-
BOOK DOWNLOAD URL:

1
.

www.v2c2.at/en/research/ee
-
and
-
software
/
embedded
-
systems

2. Enhancement of Future Driver A
ssistance system

3.

Automotive Embedded Software and tools


Free scale semiconductor






18


P2AEIC10

BATTERY & FUEL CELLS









L T P C










3 1 0 4

OBJECTIVE:


This course is intended for learning the Fundament
als of Automobile Battery and its applications.
This course is gives the brief ideas of automotive Battery powered Electric vehicles

,

Storing of Energy
in batteries
,

Laboratory testing

,
different types of Battery

and


Future for Electric vehicles.


OUTCO
ME
:


On completion of this course the student shall be able to acquire good knowledge of various types of
batteries,

fuel cells and motors.


UNIT I

BATTERY POWERED ELECTRIC

VEHICLES






12

Layout of an electric vehicles
-

Historical perspective
-

In

Pl
ant vehicles
-

Locomotives & Trains
-

Recreation vehicles
-

Vehicles for disabled persons/Medical services
-

Airport ground

support vehicles
-

scooters
-

motorcycles & bicycles
-

Delivery and service vehicles
-

Buses
-

passenger cars
-

Power


Train
development.


UN
IT

II
STORING ENERGY IN BATTERIES







12


C
ells and Batteries
-

conversion of chemical energy to electrical energy
-

Electrical parameters
-

Heat
generation
-

Battery design
-

Performance criteria for Electric vehicles batteries
-

Vehicle propulsion
facto
rs
-

Power and energy requirements of batteries
-

Meeting battery performance criteria
-

setting
new targets for battery performance.


UNIT III
LEAD/ACID BATTERIES, ALKALINE BATTERIES





12

General characteristics
-

Principles of operation
-

Electrochemical

reactions
-

open circuit voltage
-

voltage during discharge and charge
-

cell capacity
-

self discharge
-

charging
-

valve regulated
batteries
-

Principles of Manufacture plate designs
-

grid alloys
-

lead oxide production
-

paste production
& application
-

flash d
rying
-
curing
-

formation
-

separators
-

Failure modes.

ALKALINE BATTERIES:

Electrodes operating in alkaline media
-

Nickel/ Iron batteries
-

Nickel/Cadmium Batteries
-

Nickel/ Zinc
Batteries
-

Manganese/ Zinc Batteries
-

Nickel/Metal Hydride batteries
-

Iron/ Air
batteries
-

Aluminum
/Air batteries
-

Zinc/Air batteries
-

Silver oxide batteries
-

future prospects.


UNIT IV
FLOW BATTERIES & LABORATORY TESTING OF ECLECTIC



12


zinc/ Halogen & Red ox Basic concepts
-

Zinc/ Chlorine
-

Zinc/ Bromine
-

Vanadium red ox
-
Sodi
um
batteries
-

Lithium Batteries.



Vehicle

Batteries

Testing philosophy
-

simulating the service of in plant and track vehicles
-

simulating
the service of Road vehicles
-

introduction to power electronics drives and controls


UNIT

V

THE FUTURE FOR ELECTRIC

VEHICLES








12

S
etting the scene
-

comparison of advanced traction batteries
-

Fuel cells
-

Hybrid drive systems
-

Infrastructure considerations

Battery charging
-

Electric utilities perspective
-

EV servicing
-

Eve

road
accidents
-

Battery supply
-

recycling and disposal
-

National/ Local perspectives
-

Manufactures
perspectives
-

consumers/ users perspectives
-

Reconciliation of perspectives.









TOTAL: 45+15(Tutorial) = 60 periods

BEYOND THE SYLLABUS:


1.

Electric Vehicle Charging Deployments

2.

Perman
ent Magnet Machines

3.

Switched Reluctance Machines

4.

Ultra capacitors






19

5.

Hydrogen Storage for Fuel
-
Cell Vehicles

REFERENCES:


1.

Rand D.A.J, Woods R. & Dell R.M, “Batteries for Electric vehicles”, Royal Society of Chemistry,
UK, 20
1
1.

2.

Sandeep Dhameja, “Electric Veh
icle Battery Systems”, Newnes, Massachusetts, 20
10
.

3.

Rand D.A.J, Woods R. & Dell R.M, “Understanding Batteries”, Royal Society of Chemistry, UK,
20
11
.

4.

Kiehne H.A, “Battery Technology hand Book”, 2
nd

Edition, Marcel Dekker, New York, 2003.

5.

James Larminie, J
ohn Lowry, “Electric Vehicle Technology Explained”, John Wiley & Sons Ltd.,
England, 2003.

6.

David Linden, Thomas Reddy, “Handbook of Batteries”, 4
th

Edition, Mc


Graw Hill
Professional, New York, 2002.


E
-
BOOK DOWNLOAD URL:

1.

The Automobile Storage Battery

2.

Hybrid and Electric Vehicle Design Fundamentals

3.

Modern Electric, Hybrid electric & Fuel Cell V
ehicles


4.
Electric Vehicle Charging Deployments







20

P2AEIC11

ADVANCED MODEL BASED DESIGN & RPT II




L T P C












3 1 0 4

OBJECT
IVE:

The objective is how MATLAB is necessary for learning the Fundamentals of Automobile Engineering

and
Automotive applications in various aspects.

OUTCOME:

On completion of this course the students will be able to know a MATLAB based on the theoretica
l
knowledge & programming skills developed while undergoing the course.


UNIT I MODELING PROGRAMMING CONSTRUCTS
-

DISCRETE SYSTEMS


12

Model comparisons and decision statements

-

Create and use vector signals

-

Use the

Embedded
MATLAB Function block
-

Define discrete states
-

Create a model of a PI controller

-

Model discrete
transfer functions and state space systems Model

-

multi

rate discrete systems

-

Define the throttle
system
-

Create a model for the throttle system

-

Define continuous states Run

simulations and
analyze results Model impact dynamics


UNIT II

MODELING

PROGRAMMING CONSTRUCTS
-

CONTINUOUS SYSTEMS


12

Solver Selection and Developing Model
-

Hierarchy and Combining Models into Diagrams: Solver

options
:

Discrete solvers
-

Continuo
us solvers
-

Zero

crossing

detection

Algebraic loops Subsystems
Bus signals Masks

-

Overview of model referencing and subsystems
-

Set up a model reference
-

Use
model reference simulation modes
-

View signals in referenced models Store parameters in
refe
renced models


UNIT III

CREATING LIBRARIES AND INTRODUCTION TO MODEL BASED DESIGN


12

Create new libraries

-

Create configurable subsystems

-

Add libraries to the Library Browser

-

Compare libraries and model references Traditional system design process
Model

Based Design in the
Simulink environment


UNIT IV

ROLES OF REAL TIME WORKSHOP







12

Role of Real

Time Workshop in simulation
-

prototyping
-

and Real

time testing applications Simulation
and prototyping applications In

the

loop testing applicat
ions Real

Time Workshop code architecture
Constraints of Real

Time Workshop xPC Target product overview Booting the xPC Target kernel
Generating an xPC Target application Running a real

time application


UNIT5


REAL TIME APPLICATIONS WITH X PC TARGET





12

Code Generation and Integration with External Code and In

the

Loop Verification and Deployment
with Target Support
Package:

Generic Real

Time (GRT) target overview

Generating GRT code from a model Verifying GRT code
-

Embedded Real

Time (ERT) targe
t overview
Generating embedded code from a model Organization of ERT files ERT data structures
-

Model

Based Design for embedded system development Algorithm simulation
-

Software

in

the

loop (SIL)
verification Processor

in

the

loop (PIL) verification Real

time deploy








TOTAL: 45+15(Tutorial) = 60 periods

BEYOND THE SYLLABUS:


1. Linear and non linear system with an example and solve using Mat lab simulink

2. Open loop and closed loop control system with an example and solve using Mat lab simul
ink


REFERENCES:


1.

A Guide to MATLAB®for Beginners and Experienced Users Second Edition 2012
Updated for
MATLAB
®
7 and Simulink
®
6
Brian R. Hunt
-
Ronald L. Lipsman
-
Jonathan M. Rosenberg






21

2.

Engineering Computations: An Introduction Using MATLAB and Excel by
Jo
seph C.

Musto
-

Milwaukee School of Engineering

William E.

Howard
-

East Carolina University

McGrawHill
-


2009


3.


MATLAB Programming for Engineers
-

4e b
y

Stephen J.

Chapman
-

BAE Systems
Cengage
Learning
-


2010

4.

An Engineer's Guide to MATLAB
-

I Edition 2012: w
ith Applications from Mechanical
-

Aerospace
-

Electrical
-

and Civil Engineering by
Edward B.

Magrab
-

University of Maryland at
College Park

Shapour

Azarm
-

University of Maryland.

Balakumar

Balachandran
-

University of
Maryland

James

Duncan
-

University of Mar
yland

Keith

Herold
-

University of Maryland

Gregory

Walsh
-

University of Maryland

ISBN:

0131454994 Language:

English


5.

The Essential MATLAB & Simulink for Engineers and Scientists
Ogbonnaya Inya

Okoro
-

Michael Okpara University of Agriculture

Edward

Chikuni
-

University of KwaZuluNatal
Juta and
Company Ltd
-


2010

6.

Matlab and Simulation
-
” Mallick Scitech “ 2011 Edition 2


E
-
BOOK DOWNLOAD URL:

1. Introduction to MAT LAB free EBook download

2. A Guide to MAT LAB (PROGRAMMING) Free EBook downloads

3. Using S
imulink® and StateflowTM in Automotive Applications Free pdf

4. Free PDF A guide to MAT LAB for beginners and experienced users hunt lipsman and Rosenberg.

5. MAT LAB ,Simulink


simulink modeling tutorial train system free Ebook

6. Introduction MAT LAB an
d SIMULINK : A approach free Ebook











22

P2AEIC12
MICRO

ELECTRO MECHANICAL SYSTEM







L T P C














3 0 0
3



OBJECTIVE:

The objective is
why the testing and
selection is

necessary for learning the Fundamentals of
Automobi
le Engineering

and
Automotive

applications in various aspects.


OUTCOME:

On completion of this course the student acquire
knowledge

of various

products,

testing tools
and
how

it is useful for automotive systems.


UNIT I

MICRO
-
FABRICATION, MATERIALS AND
ELECTRO
-
MECHANICAL CONCEPTS


9

Overview of micro fabrication


Silicon and other material based fabrication processes


Concepts:
Conductivity of semiconductors
-
Crystal planes and orientation
-
stress and strain
-
flexural beam bending
analysis
-
torsiona
l deflections
-
Intrinsic stress
-

resonant frequency and quality factor.


UNIT II
ELECTROSTATIC SENSORS AND ACTUATION









9

Principle
-
m
aterial
-
design and fabrication of parallel plate capacitors as electrostatic sensors and
actuators
-
Applications
.


UNIT III
THERMAL SENSING AND ACTUATION







9

Principle
-
material
-

design and
fabrication of thermal couples
-
thermal bimorph sensors
-
thermal
resistor sensors
-
Applications.


UNIT IV

PIEZOELECTRIC SENSING AND ACTUATI
ON









9

Piezoelectric effect
-
cantilever piezo electric actuator model
-
properties of piezoelectric materials
-
Applications.


UNIT V

CASE STUDIES












9

Piezo resistive sensors
-

Magnetic actuation
-

Mi
cro fluidics applications
-

Medical applications
-
Optical
MEMS.









TOTAL: 45 periods

BEYOND THE SYLLABUS:

1.

Lubrication in MEMS

2.

MEM Structures and Systems in Photonic Applications

3.

MEM Structures and Systems i
n Industrial and Automotive Applications

4.

Packaging and Reliability Considerations for MEMS

5.

Quality Control, Reliability, and Failure Analysis

6.

Physics of Thin Liquid Films

7.

Wireless SAW
-
based Micro sensors

8.

Silicon Micromachining: Surface

REFERENCES:


1.
Chan
g Liu, “Foundations of MEMS”, Pearson International Edition, 2006.

2. Marc Madou , “Fundamentals of microfabrication”,CRC Press, 1997.

3. Boston , “Micromachined Transducers Sourcebook”,WCB McGraw Hill, 1998.

4. M.H.Bao “Micromechanical transducers :Pre
ssure sensors, accelerometers and gyroscopes”,
Elsevier, Newyork, 2000.


E
-
BOOK DOWNLOAD URL:

1.

An Introduction to MEMS Engineering

2.

Micro sensors, MEMS & Smart Devices

3.

MEMS an
Introduction






23

P2AEIC13

EMBEDDED SYSTEM LAB
.

L T P C






0 0 3 2



OBJECTIVE :

The main objective of this
subject
is
to

practice, develop

and analyze hardware and software tools.

OUTCOME:


On completion of this
practical session
the students wil
l be able to
design and develop a proto type
model of the hardware circuit.


USING KEIL
,

PORTEUS AND MP LAB

SOFTWARE TOOLS
:


1.

Switches and LED interfacing

2.

Programming using Input Output ports

3.

ADC Interfacing

4.

LCD interfacing

5.

Configuring Timer / Counter

6.

Inte
rrupt Handling

7.

Serial Communication

8.

Automatic Sliding window Mechanism

9.

Stepper Motor Interfacing

10.

Mini Project (compulsory)






24


SEMESTER III


P3AEIC14

ELECTROMAGNETIC INTERFERENCE AND ELECTROMAGNETIC COMPATIBILITY
















L T P C
















3
1

0
4


OBJECTIVE:


This course is intended for learning the Fundamentals of automotive system and its application. So
the main objective is
, the
student has to know in what way EMC and EMI control the various
automotive systems.


OUTCOME:

On completion

of this course the student get a basic exposure of EMI and EMC concept.


UNIT I

INTRODUCTION









12


Definitions. Sources
-

propagation and victims of EMI. Common mode and differential mode. Measures
in time domain and frequency doma
in. Switched systems as interference sources

Propagation of high fre
quency (HF) interferences


Basic laws of the electromagnetism. Conduction in HF. Close fields coupling: Electric and magnetic.
Far fields coupling. Simple models of coupling in switched sy
stems. High speed design parameters
like
-

Reflection
-

Undershoot
-

Overshoot
-

Crosstalk
-

Ground bounce
-

Attenuation
-
. Jitter
-

SSN etc


UNIT II

COMPONENTS BEHAVIOR AT HIGH FREQUENCIES (HF)






12

HF behavior of passive components. HF beha
vior of transistors. Effects of EMI in OPAMPs. Effects of
EMI in the control systems. EMI reduction techniques in analog systems. The digital circuits as
sources and as victims of EMI
-

High frequency

clocks
-

High speed A/D and D/A.

Grounding and shielding
in industrial systems

Grounding

definition
-

Safety and signal grounding
-

single point
-

multi point and hybrid signal
grounding
-

Shielding
-

Types

of
shielding and

properties
-

Shielding material selection
-

Enclosure
design
--

EMI gaskets
-

Cable shields. "La
yout" and grounding in control centers
.


UNIT III
PCB DESIGN









12


"Layout" of control systems. Design of PCB. Partition and isolation of control signals and power
signals. Data acquisition techniques.

Interferences in the supply network

Classif
ication. Low frequency (LF) interferences. Harmonics. Flicker. Field measurements. Network
equivalent circuits.
Problematic

of isolated supply networks (airplanes
-

ships). Supply network of the
automobile. Active and passive filters for LF in
terferences. N
etwork simulation
.

EMI filters and surge
suppressor

EMI filters for supply systems. EMI filters for data lines. Atmospheric discharges and their effects.
Voltage surge protection. Design of snubber circuits
.



UNIT IV

SWITCHED CONVERTERS AS SOURCES OF INTE
RFERENCES



12


The EMI problem in switched converters. Disturbing elements. Simulation and design of snubber
circuits. ZVS and

ZCS techniques for EMI reduction. Drivers for EMI reduction

Standards
-

instrumentation and measurement techniques

for EMI/EMC


Fundamentals of EMI/EMC testing
-

Standard equipment/ Test setups for EMI measurement of
Radiated Emission (RE) Test

-
Radiated Imm
u
nit
y (RI) Test
-
Conducted Emission (CE) Test

-
Conducted Imm
u
nit
y (CI) & Transient Emissions Test on power lines

and signal line

-
Elec
trostatic
Discharge (ESD) Test
.


UNIT V

EMC IN COMMUNICATION SYSTEM







12

Definition and types of Transmitter
-

receivers
-

Antennas. Transmitter EMC considerations
-

Receiver
EMI problems
-

Transmitter leakage
-

Local oscillator
leakage
-

Inter modulation
-

cross modulation

Modeling EMI in switched converters
.






25


Habitual techniques for EMI
modeling. Specific

techniques for switched converters modeling. HF
models of active
-

passive and parasitic components. Models based on source prop
agation path
victim" in the frequency domain)

.

Converters design oriented to EMI reduction

Resonant commutation techniques. Drivers for EMI reduction in MOSFET and IGBT devices. Special
topologies for inverters. Special modulation techniques. SSFM techn
iques









TOTAL: 45
+15 (Tutorial)

= 60

periods


REFERENCES:


1.

Balcells
-

J. [et al.]. Interferencias electromagnéticas en sistemas electrónicos. Barcelona [etc.]:
Marcombo
-

1991.ISBN 8426708412.

2.

Balcells
-

J.; González
-

D.; Gago
-

J. Curso "EMC desi
gn in industrial systems". 2003.

3.

Weston
-

D.A. Electromagnetic compatibility: principles and applications. 2nd ed.
-

rev. and exp.
NeYork [etc.]:Marcel Dekker
-

2001. ISBN 0824788893











26

P3AEIC15

AUTOMOTIVE AND REAL TIME EMBEDDED SYSTEM




L T P C













3
1

0
4


OBJECTIVES:



Define Embedded system



Describe Real time embedded system which hel
pful in automotive application.



Understand the hardware of embedded
system.



Learn software techniques to embed codes in to the systems



Learn t
o develop automotive systems

OUTCOME:

On completion of this course the student
acquire an

idea of how real time embedded system
incorporate the automotive application.


UNIT I

INTRODUCTION









12

An embedded system
-

features of embedded syst
em
-

components of embedded system
-
Embedded
Design life cycle

-

Product specification

Hardware / Software partitioning

detailed

hardware and
software design

-

Integration

Product testing

Selection Processes

Microprocessor Vs Microcontroller


Performance t
ools

Bench marking.


UNIT II

REAL TIME DATABASES









12

Basic

Definition

-

Real

time Vs General propose
databases
-

Main

memory Databases

-

Transaction
priorities

-

Transaction aborts

-

Concurrency control issues

-

Disk scheduling algorithms

-

T
wo phase
approach to improve predictability

Maintaining serialization consistency

Databases for hard real time
systems.


UNIT III

EVALUATION TECHNIQUES







12

Reliability evaluation techniques

Obtaining parameter values

Real ability models for
Hardware
redundancy

software error models

Clock synchronization. A
non fault

tolerant synchronization
algorithm

impact of faults

Fault tolerant synchronization in hardware

fault tolerant synchronization in
software.


UNIT
IV


HARDWARE &

DEVELOPMENT TOOLS
INTERFACING




12


I/O devices (LCD
-

Keyboard
-

ADC
-

DAC
-

Stepper motor
-

PWM etc)
-

Data converters
-

DMA
-

UART
-

SPI
-

PWM
-

WDT
-

Memories
-

serial
-

parallel Asynchronous and synchronous communication.

Communication Standards:


RS 232
-

I2C
-

USB
-

SPI
-

CAN
-

PCMCIA
-

IrDA.

Software Development Tools

Editor
-

Assembler
-

linker
-

simulator
-

compiler

Hardware development tools:
programmer (EPROM programmer
-

Microcontroller programmer
-

universal programmer
)
-

Logic analyzer
-

General purpose evaluation

Boards.

Hardware and Software combination
Tools

In

circuit emulator
-

Debugger.


UNIT V


CASE STUDIES




12


Specific examples of time

critical and safety

critical embedded systems applications in automotives
-

aerospace
-

medicine and manufacturing
.





TOTAL: 45

+15 (Tutorial)

= 60
periods







27

REFERENCES:


1.

Arnold S. Berger


Embedded system Design CMP books
-

USA 2002.

2.

Herma K.
-

Real Time Systems


Design for distributed Embedded App
lications
-

Kluwer Academic
-

1997.

3.

Gassle.J.
-

Art of Programming embedded systems
-

Academic Press
-

1992.

4.

Gajski
-

D.D. Vahid
-

F.
-

Narayan S.
-

Specification and Design of Embedded Systems
-

PTR Prentice
Hall
-

1994.

5.

Intel manual on 16 bit embedded controllers
-

Santa Clara
-

1991

6.

C.M. Krishna
-

Kang G. Shin
-

Real Time systems
-

McGraw Hill 1997

7.

Raymond J.A. Buhr
-

Donaid L
-

Balley: An Introduction to Real time Systems
-

Prentice Hall
international
-

1999.

8.

Frank Vahid and Tony Gwargie “Embedded System Design “
-

John W
iley & Sons.

9. Embedded Systems


Rajkamal






28

P3AEIC16

SOFT SKILLS











L T P C

Version No: 1.0







2 0 2 3

COURSE PREREQUISITES


Nil

COURSE OBJECTIVES



This course aims to polish the skills of the students like a diamond.



Tea
ch Etiquettes and Ethics to improve his overall branding.



Reinforce passion, team work and communication skills.



Prepare him to be ready to face the corporate world and be successful.

EXPECTED OUTCOME



Understanding the essence of Soft Skills



Understand “Wh
at is meant by Passion?”



The Concept of Personal Brand.



Understand self, self confidence, self esteem, and self assessment.



Identify professional & personal goals and plan for its achievements.



Build on your strengths and estimate ones weaknesses through S
WOT analysis.



Learn the fundamentals of leadership & skills needed to become a real and effective leader,
Motivate and energize one’s team. Achieve confidence. Improve productivity.



Demonstrate independent learning ability.



Become self
-
disciplined, self
-
mo
tivated, demonstrating personal responsibility in the pursuit
of studies and professional practice.


UNIT
I INTRODUCTION










05

Introduction to Soft Skills
-

Personalit
y Development and Human Values
-
Self Awareness & Esteem
-
Perception and At
titude
s
-
Self Assessment & SWOT Analysis
-

Care
er Plan & Personal Goal setting
-

Building Personal Brand
-
Johari Window and Leadership.


UNIT
II COMMUNICATION

AND SKILL BUILDING








10

Communication Skills
-

Verbal Communication
-

Written communicat
ion
-

Body

Language
-
E
vent
Management
-

H
ow to write Report & SAE Papers
-

Paper Review
-

Book Review
-

Presentation
-

Intelligence Building
-

Emotional Quotient
-

Intelligence

Quotient & Memory Improvement
-
Cracking
Written tests
-

Interviews & Group Discussions.


UNIT
III E
THICS

AND ETIQUETTES








10

P
rofessional Ethics & Etiquettes
-

Business Ethics
-

Corporate Ethics
-

Engineering Ethics
-
Office
Etiquettes
-

Email Etiquettes
-

Telephone Etiquettes
-

Lunch/Dinner Etiquettes Social and Public
Etiquettes.


UNIT
IV SOFT

SKILLS

AT WORKPLACE









10

How an Industry Works
-

V
arious Departments of Industry
-
Industry Review
-
Team building &
Motivation
-

Auto Passion
-
Confidence Building
-

Product Development Cycle
-

Customer Satisfaction &
Quality Function Deployment (QFD)
-

Benchmarki
ng
-

Design for Failur
e Mode Effects Analysis
(DFMEA)
-

Design Review
-

Vehicle Review.






29


UNIT
V BUSINESS
/WORK SUCCESS








10

Time Management
-

Interpersonal Skills
-

Negotiation Skills
-

Delegating Skills
-

Executive Summary &
Business Report
-

Handling o
f Difficult People
-

Business Analysis
-

Business Strategy
-

Meeting Skills
-

Stress Management & Meditation
-

Knowledge Management
-

Project Managemen
-

Performance
Management System
-
Total Quality Management.


TOTAL
: 45 periods


REFERENCES
:

1. Narian Ram, Twelve Management Sills for Success, Viva Books, 2006.

2.Dr Bond Allan, Your Masters Thesis, Viva Books, 2006.

3.Verity Judith, Succeeding at Interviews, Viva Books.

4.High Jana L., High Tech Etiquettes, Viva Books.

5.Haynes Marion E., Effective Meeting Skills, Viva Books.

6
.ARAI & SAEINDIA W.S. Proceedings, 3 Day Certificate Course on Quality Function Deployment

7
.ARAI & SAEINDIA W.S. Proceedings, 3 Day Certificate Course on Design Failure Mode & Effect
Analysis.







30

P3AEIC17

PROJECT MANAGEMENT


















L T P C

2 1 0 3

OBJECTIVES



To introduce to the students the basics of project management and need for it;



To teach the students various project management processes, knowledge areas and tools &
techniques for th
e same;



To teach the students to use MS Project software tool for project management; and



To prepare students to use this knowledge of project management and tools for their
academic projects.



Note: This course is based on the book ‘A Guide to the Project
Management Body of
Knowledge’ by Project Management Institute, USA since it provides a basic reference to learn
project management knowledge and practices in a very structured way with a focus on tools
and techniques. By doing so, this course will also pre
pare the students and provide
opportunity for them to take up the institute’s professional development programme in
future, if they choose so, besides fulfilling the objectives stated above.

OUTCOME

On completing the course, students would have



Learnt the
basics of project management, various processes and knowledge areas of it and
tools and techniques required therein;



Acquired skills of using MS Project software tool for project management; and



Developed project charter and plan for their academic projec
ts.


UNIT I THE

PROJECT MANAGEMENT FRAME WORK







10

Introduction:

What is a project? What is project management? Relationship to other management
disciplines

The project management context:

Project phases and life cycle, project stake holders,
org
anizational influences, key general management skills, social
-
economic
-
environmental influences

Project management processes:

Project processes, process groups, process interactions,
customizing project processes, mapping project management processes.


UNIT II
THE PROJECT MANAGEMENT KNOWLEDGE AREAS




14

Project integration management:

Project plan development, project plan execution, integrated
change control.

Project scope management:

Inititiation, scope planning, scope definition, scope verifica
tion,
change control.

Project time management:

Activity definition, activity sequencing, activity duration estimating,
schedule development, schedule control.

Project cost management:

Resource planning cost estimating cost budgeting, cost control.

Proje
ct quality management: Quality planning, quality assurance, quality control

Project human resource management:

organizational planning, staff acquisition, team
development.

Project communication management:

Communication planning, information distribution
,
performance reporting, administrative closure.

Project risk management
: Risk management planning, risk identification, qualitative risk analysis,
quantitative risk analysis, risk resource planning, risk monitoring and control.

Project procurement manag
ement
: Procurement planning, solicitation planning, solicitation,
source selection, contract administration, contract closure.







UNIT III

PROJECT MANAGEMENT CASE STUDIES




04

Case study 1: on automotive industry project on product development by in
vited expert.

Case study 2: on non automotive industry project or automotive industry project other than product
development by invited expert.

UNIT IV

LEARNING MS PROJECT SOFTWARE TOOL





10


UNIT V
DEVELOPING PROJECT CHARTER AND PLAN FOR ACADEMIC PR
OJECT


07






31

Need, purpose, outcome and methodology of selection and implementation of academic projects.
Recap of learning so far of project management processes and knowledge areas, tools and
techniques in the view of application for academic projects.

D
evelopment of project charter and plan for academic project, students presentations on their project
plans, simulated class exercise on a typical academic project.











TOTAL: 45 periods

REFERENCES
:

A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge
’ by Project Management Institute, USA.

Microsoft Office Project Manual










32

P4AEIC18



PROJECT WORK






L
T P

C












0 0 24

1
2

OBJECTIVES



To teach students to apply creative and critical thinking skills.



To enable the students to
develop a prot
o type or working model for the solution of a real
-

time problem.



To

enable them to improve practical

working skills and foster collaborative learning skills.



To

help the students develop self
-
directed inquiry and life
-
long learning skills.



To

involve
the students in the actual design and development of the end
-
product or project
proto type.



To

enable them to analyze the data critically & conclude.



To

enable them to achieve quantifiable measurable targets.


OUTCOME

Student will be able to



Improve crea
tive and critical thinks skills.



Solve

a real time problem on the basis of governing methods or equations.



Involve in the development of the end
-
product or project proto type.



Present paper or file patent.



Implement the project.


The project work should pr
eferably be live problem in industry or a micro issue having a bearing on
performance of the automobile industry and should involve scientific research, design,
generation/collection and analysis of data, use of software’s, determining solution and must
pr
eferably bring out the individual contribution. The dissertation should be presented in standard
format. The viva
-
voce shall be conducted with the help of approved external examiners.


The M. Tech. project would be evaluated in 3 phases to totaling to 500
marks.


Phase 1:

Marks out of 50 given by Reporting Guide. The marks distribution will be as follow:

1. Project plan


(10 marks)

2. Presentation


(10 marks)

3. Attendance/ Punctuality

(10 marks)

4. Daily Targets


(10 marks)

5. Project prog
ress


(10 marks)


Phase 2:


Marks out of 100 jointly given by Reporting Guide, Academy Faculty & University Faculty.
The marks distribution will be as follow:

1. M.S. Project Tracking / Adherence

(10 Marks)





2. Literature / Patent Review



(15 Mar
ks)



3. Quality/Quantity of work till date



(15 Marks)

4. Presentation (Slides & Style)




(20 Marks)

5. Knowledge & Understanding (Q&A)




(20 Marks)

6. Results & Scope for further work


(20 Marks)


Phase 3:

Marks out o
f 350 jointly given by External & Internal examiners for Viva
-
Voce. The marks
distribution will be as follow:

1. M.S. Project Tracking / Adherence



(20 Marks)

2. Quality of Work





(50 Marks)

3. Results / Analysis / Conclusions



(50 Marks)

4. Quality of

Project Report




(50 Marks)

5. Quality of Presentation (slides & Style)


(50 Marks)

6. Knowledge and Understanding (Viva, Q & A)


(50 Marks)

7. Experimental Validation




(20 Marks)

8. Paper Publication & Intellectual Property


(20 Marks)

9. Implementati
on of Project




(20 Marks)

10. Feedback / Submission of Report



(20 Marks)






33

All the students have to submit Project Proposal Sheet duly signed by Guide & HOD before
commencement of project as per format given here.


Students Project Proposal for M.Tech.

Programme

1.


Project Title


2
.


Industry / Institute


3.


Project Duration


4.


Project Category

4.1

a)

Is it a new test rig development project?


b)

Is it R&D (capability development) Project?


c)

Is it Technology development project?


d)

I
s it Software related project?


e)

Is it Design/Optimization project?


f)

Is it Testing & evaluation project?


4.2

a)

Is it already a part of an on
-
going or an
approved, or a prioritized project?


b)

Is it A Plan/Cess/DST/Sponsored project?


5.


Re
lated Standards, Regulations,
Reference Literature, if any


6.


Objectives & Target of the Project


7.


Need and Justification


8.






How your Department is capable of
taking up this Project?



a)

Existing facilities / infrastructure


b)

Competen
ces/ experience



c)

Studies conducted / publications, if any


9.

Monthly Stipend


10.

Remarks



Signature:



Student

Industry Guide

Industry HOD

Academy
Guide

Academy HEAD

Name






Designation






Department






Mobile No.






Email ID











34


ELECTIVE SUBJECTS


PEAEIC19


POWER TRAIN CONTROL SYSTEM
















L T P C













3 0 0 3

OBJECTIVE & OUTCOME:

The course covers essential aspects of electronic engine control for spark ignition (gasoline
) and

compression ignition (diesel) engines followed by recent control development in advanced engine
breathing such as cam

less actuation, active boosting. Analogies to similar breathing (reactant flow
control) problems in fuel cell power generation will be highlighted. Methods such as system
identification, averaging, feed forward, feedback, multivariable (multiple SISO and
MIMO), and
observer design will be introduced from an application perspective.

We will use Matlab/Simulink as the numerical simulation environment.

UNIT I


INTRODUCTION









9

Basics:

Ideal Gas Law, Mass Conservation, Energy Conservation

Assumptions:

sp
ace
-
averaging and cycle
-
averaging

Fidelity:

Detailed and Mean
-
Value Models


UNIT
II

CONTROL ORIENTED MODELING








9

Event
-
averaging in time
-

and crank angle
-
domain
-

Regression and mapping data

Linearization
-

System Identification
.


UNIT II
I

CLASSICAL ENGINE CONTROL FUNCTIONALITIES




9

Air
-
to
-
Fuel Ratio Control

For Fast Response
: Feed forward Control with Air Charge Estimation

For Accurate Response
: Feedback Regulation with Oxygen Sensors (Linear and switching sensor)
Cylinder
-
to
-
cylinder M
al distribution (Lifting Control technique)

Spark Timing Control

Easy Way:

The Look
-
Up Table

Right Way:

Feedback with Knock Sensor

Detailed Way
: Combustion sensing, Estimation Algorithms and Misfire Detection

Speed Control

Tradeoff
: Fuel economy and vibrat
ions

Tools:

Coordinated Feed forward and Feedback Adaptive Control Methodology

Spark Compensation

multiple SISO tuning and MIMO control design


UNIT IV

ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY ENGINES
(OVERVIEW)







9

Cam less Engines Difficulties in Idle speed cont
rol
-

Air and Burned Gas Charge Estimation Actuator
Control Turbocharged Diesel Engines Coordinated control of VGT and EGR for low Smoke and NOx
emission Optimal Control of Electrically Assisted Turbo charging Homogeneous Charge Compression
Ignition Engine
s Control and Constrains in Breathing for Controlled Auto ignition.


UNIT V


FUEL CELL POWER (CONCENTRATION IN PEM
-
FC SYSTEMS)




9

Background and Principles (Air flow, Heat, Humidity and Power management)

Reactant (Air and
Hydrogen) Flow Control

C
ontrol issues of Hydrogen reforming (CPOX, POX, WGSR)
.






TOTAL: 45 periods

REFERENCES
:


1.
“Introduction to Modeling and Control of Internal Combustion Engine Systems” b
y L.

Guzzella and
C.H. Onder, Springer
-
Verlag Berlin Heidelberg 2004, ISBN 3
-
450
-
22274

2
.
Internal Combustion Engine Fundamentals, Heywood, McGraw
-
Hill, 1988

3
.
Fuel Cell Systems Explained, Larminie, and Dirks, Wiley

4
. Automotive Control Systems, U. Kienc
ke, and L. Nielsen, SAE and Springer
-
Verlag,

5
. G. F. Franklin, J. D. Powell, A. Emami
-
Naeini, “Feedback Control of Dynamic Systems,” Prentice
Hall, 2002.






35


PEAEIC20

VEHICLE

CONTROL SYSTEMS









L T P C










3 0 0 3


OBJECTIVE
:

This course is intended for learning the Automobile Engine control systems
-

Automotive driving
control systems
-

intelligent transportation system
-

and safety impacting devices.

OUTCOME:

On completion of this course the student get the knowledge

Vehicle c
ontrol systems concept.


UNIT I

INTRODUCTION











9

Understanding autonomy
-

Role of control in autonomy (speed control
-

suspension control
-

integrated
vehicle dynamics
-

Role of sensors and actuators Examples of autonomy
-

cruise control and ABS


UNI
T II


ENGINE CONTROL SYSTEM











9

Fuel control
-

ignition control in SI engines
-

lambda control
-

idle speed control
-

knock control
-

cylinder
balancing.











UNIT III

DRIVELING CO
NTROL SYSTEM









9

Speed

control
-

gear shifting control
-

traction
-

braking steering
-

suspension
-

vehicle handling and ride
characteristics of road vehicles
-

adaptive cruise control.


UNIT IV

INTELLIGENT TRANSPORTATION SYSTE
M







9

Overview
-

control architecture
-

collision avoidance
-

pitch yaw
-

bounce control
-

traffic routing system
-

automated highway systems
-

lane warming system
-

driver information system
-

data communication
with the car


UNIT V


SAFETY IMPACTING DEVICES








9

Vision enhancement
-

driver conditioning warning anti skid braking system
-

route guidance and
navigation system
-

in vehicle computing
-

commercial vehicle diagnostics
-

prognostics
-

hybrid/Electric
and future cars
-

case
studies




TOTAL: 45 periods



REFERENCES:


1.Automotive control system
-

U. Kiencke
-

and L.nielsen SAE and springer verla
g
-
2000.

2.Artamonov
-

M.D.Harionov
-

V.A.& MORIN
-
M.M.MOTOR VEHICEL
-
Mir ublishers
-

Moscow 1978

3.Crouse
-

W.H. & Anlin
-

D.L Automotive Mechnics
-

intl
-

student edition
-
THM
-

New delhi1986.











36

PEAEIC21

ELECTRIC & HYBRID VEHICLES










L T P C










3 0 0 3


OBJECTIVE & OUTCOME:

This course is intended for learning the Fundamentals of Automobile Hybrid vehicles
-

This course is
gives the brief ideas of Hybrid vehicles propulsion methods
-

Hybrid architecture
-

Hybrid power plat
speci
fications
-

Fuel

cell technology
-

and Non electric Hybrid propulsion systems.


UNIT I


HYBRID VEHICLES AND PROPULSION METHODS







9

Hybrid Vehicles:
Performance characteristics of road vehicles; calculation of road load
-

predicting
fuel econom
y
-

grid connected hybrids
.

Propulsion methods:
DC motors

series wound
-

shunt wound
-

compound wound and separately
excited motors AC motors

Induction
-

synchronous
-

brushless DC motor
-

switched reluctance motors.




UNIT II

HYBRID ARCHITECTURE AND POWER PLAN
T SPECIFICATIONS




9




Hybrid architecture:
Series configuration locomotive drives
-

series parallel switching
-

load tracking
architecture. Pre transmission parallel and combined configurations

Mild hybrid
-

power assist
-

dual
mode
-

power split
-

power split with shift
-

Continuously Variable transmission (CVT)
-

wheel
motors.





Hybrid power plant specifications:
Grade and cruise targets
-

launching and boosting
-

braking
and energy recuperation
-

dr
ive cycle implications
-

engine fraction

engine downsizing and range and
performance
-

usage requirements.



UNIT III

SIZING THE DRIVE SYSTEM AND ENERGY STORAGE TECHNO
LOGY






9

Sizing the drive system:
Matching electric drive and ICE; sizing the

propulsion motor; sizing power
electronics.



Energy storage technology:

Battery basics; lead

acid battery; different types of batteries; battery
parameters.


Unit IV
FUEL CELLS
















9

Fuel cell characteristics
-

fuel cell types


alkaline fuel cell
-

proton exchange Membrane; direct
methanol fuel cell
-

phosphoric acid fuel cell
-

molten carbonate fuel


cell
-

solid oxide fuel cell
-

hydrogen storage systems
-

reforme
rs
-

fuel cell EV
-

super and ultra capacitors
-

flywheels.

Unit

V

NONELECTRIC HYBRID PROPULSION SYSTEMS










9



Nonelectric Hybrid Propulsion Systems:
Short Term Storage Systems Flywheel


Accumulators.
Conti
nuously Variable Transmissions Hydraulic Accumulators Hydraulic

Pumps/Motors
-

Pneumatic
Hybrid Engine Systems Operation Modes.



TOT
AL: 45 periods

References
:

1
.


The Electric Car: Development & Future of Battery
-

Hybrid & FuelCell Cars
-

Mike Westbrook
-

M H Westbrook
-

British library Cataloguing in Publication Data.

2
.


Electric and Hybrid Vehicles
-

Robin Hardy
-

Iqbal Husain
-

CRC Press
.

3
.

Propulsion Systems for Hybrid Vehicles
-

John M. Miller
-

Institute of Electrical Engineers
-

London.




4.

Energy Technology Analysis Prospects for Hydrogen and Fuel Cells
-

International Energy


Agency
-

France.


5.

Handbook

of Elec
tric Motors
-

Hamid A Toliyat
-

Gerald B Kliman
-

Marcel Decker Inc.








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PEAEIC22

AUTOMOTIVE COMMUNICATION PROTOCOL





L T P C










3 0 0 3



OBJECTIVES:



To introduce students to basics of communication protocols.



To introduce CA
N protocol and its structures in Automotive Embedded System.



To explain LIN protocol and its structures in Automotive Embedded System



To explain
vehicle network

diagnostics in Automotive Embedded System



To explain Telmatics

basics and it technologies for

A
utomotive

Embedded System.


OUTCOME:



To give sufficient background for undertaking different protocols for Automotive Embedded
control system.



Unit I

INTRODUCTION










9

Basics of data communication networks and automotive communication protocols:
Networks
-

Need
for networks
-

Types of networks
-

Need for standards
-

TCP/IP model
-

Topologies
-

Error detection and
correction mechanisms
-

Encoding schemes
-

Serial/parallel transmission
-

Bits
-

Baud and bandwidth
-

Synchronous and asynchronous
-

Need and benefi
ts of IVN
-

Classes of IV N protocols
-

Multiplexed
electrical systems
-

Vehicle multiplexing
-

Bitwise contention
-

Network elasticity
-

Error processing and
management and Case Study


Unit

II
CONTROLLER AREA NETWORK (CAN) PROTOCOL






9

History and foundatio
n of CAN
-

CAN Applications
-

SAE J1939 Protocol
-

Main characteristics of CAN
-

CAN in OSI Reference Model
-

CAN Data Link Layer
-

Principles of data exchange in CAN
-

Arbitration
-

Data Frame
-

Remote Frame
-

Error detection and management in CAN
-

CAN physical Lay
er
-

Bit
encoding
-

Bit timing and synchronization
-

Relationship between data rate and bus length
-

Single
wire and twin wire media
-

CAN repeaters
-

Medium

to

medium gateway
-

Protocol handlers
-

Microcontrollers and line drivers
-

Time

Triggered CAN (TTCAN)
-

Com
parison with other IVN
protocols


UNIT III

LOCAL INTERCONNECT NETWORK (LIN) PROTOCOL





9

Introduction to LIN
-

LIN consortium
-

LIN specification
-

LIN features
-

Technical overview
-

Work flow
concept
-

LIN operation
-

LIN frame format
-

Scheduling table
-

Netwo
rk management of LIN cluster
-

LIN Transport Layer
-

LIN node configuration and identification
-

LIN diagnostics
-

LIN physical layer
-

Comparison with other IVN protocols and Case Study


UNIT
IV

IN VEHICLE NETWORK DIAGNOSTICS







9

Process of Automotive Faul
t Diagnostics
-

Fault Codes
-

Vehicle Systems (open

loop and closed

loop
)
-

On and
Off Board

Diagnostics
-

OBDI
-

OBDII
-

Engine Analyzers
-

Steps taken to diagnose a fault
-

Diagnostics ProtocolKWP2000
-

SAEJ1587
-

SAEJ1708 and Case Study


UNIT V


TELEMATICS APPLI
CATIONS AND TECHNOLOGIES




9

Global Positioning Systems (GPS)
-

Inertial Navigation Systems (INS)
-

Vehicle Location and
Navigation
-

Bluetooth
-

UWB
-

RFID
-

Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS) and Wireless Access in
Vehicular Environments (WAVE
)
-

Vehicular Ad Hoc Networks (VANETs)
-

Communications
-

Air

interface
-

Long and Medium range (CALM)
-

Real

time management and planning of CRDI vehicle
operation
-

Satellite Radio(XMRadio and SIRIUS)
-

Fleet Management and Case Study.




TOTAL: 45 periods

REFERENCE:


1.

Communication Protocol Engineering (Hardcover) by

Miroslav Popovic







38



PEAEIC23
AUTOMOTIVE TEST INSTRUMENTS














L T P C










3 0 0 3


OBJECTIVE & OUTCOME:

This course is intended for learning the
Automobile Measurement systems
-

Engine experimental
techniques
-

vehicle experimental techniques.


UNIT I

MEASUREMENT SYSTEMS









9

Static and dynamic Measurement systems
-

requirements and characteristics
-

Analysis of experimental
details. Automotive
Instruments


UNIT II

ELECTRONIC MEASUREMENT








9

Amplifiers
-

filters
-

data acquisition
-

indicators
-

printers and displays signal analyzing
-

Fundaments of
conditioning of sensors like strain gauge
-

RTD
-

piezo electric sensors etc.


UNIT III

MECHANICAL

MEASUREMENT








9

Instrumentation used for measuring weight
-

force
-

torque
-

pressure
-

power
-

temperature
-

fluid flow
-

vibration
-

rotational speed
-

velocity
-

acceleration and angular motion in vehicle testing.


UNIT IV

ENGINE EXPERIMENTAL TECHNIQUES







9

S code for engine testing
-

instrumentation for performance testing of engine
-

instrumentation for
research and development
-

instrumentation for research and development
-

instrumentation of noise
-

vibration
-

in cylinder gas flow
-

flame temperature
dynamic cylinder pressure measurements
-

EDACS(Engine Data Acquisition Systems).


UNIT V


VEHICLE EXPERIMENTAL TECHNIQUES







9

Laboratory tests
-

test tracks
-

endurance tests
-

crash tests wind tunnel tests
-

brake tests
-

Chassis
Dyno
-

Driver aid. Underst
anding of National and International standard for Automotive testing.


TOTAL: 45 periods

REFERENCES:

1.

A.W.JUDGE
-
Engineering Precision

measurement
-

chapman and Hall ltd
-

essex street w.c.1951.

2.

T.G.Beckwith and buck
-
mechanical measurements
-

OXFORD
-

and IBH publishing house
-

New
Delhi1995

3.

D.Patambis
-

principle of industrial instrumentation
-
TATA Mcgraw hill publishing co
-

New delhi199
0.