26. November 2019 | Introduction to electromobility: E-machines
26. November @ 09: 00 - 12:30€ 256 - € 320
Preparing for the technology trend e-mobility
To make you fit for the technology trend E-Mobility, we offer you two seminar days on the topic "Introduction to Electromobility". These two can be booked individually, but a visit on both days is recommended.
These seminars will help you to gain a first insight into the topic in order to generate initial ideas on how you could adapt the existing or future products according to the trend in electromobility.
The first day deals with the technical basics.
Tag 2: E-machines
Get to know the different electrical drive structures, learn more about the physical relationships of magnetic fields and the principle of rotating field. The trainer will then explain the structure and function of various e-machines.
- Electric drive structures
- magnetic fields
- rotating field
- Structure and function of different electric machines
You will be…
- understand the physical relationships of magnetic fields.
- recognize the principle of the rotating field as the basis of induction machines.
- understand the functional principle of electric machines.
- recognize the principle of the electric drive.
Prof. Dr. Konrad Reif (engineering scientist)
He is Professor of Electrical Engineering at the Baden-Wuerttemberg Cooperative State University as well as author and publisher of technical-scientific literature.
He studied physics at the University of Regensburg and at the University of Erlangen-Nuremberg, where he earned his PhD in the field of general and theoretical electrical engineering with a dissertation in the field of non-linear control and was awarded the "IEE Coales Premium Award". After working at the BMW AG in Munich in the field of drive development, he transferred 1997 to the Berufsakademie as a professor of electrical engineering, since the 2002. March 1 the Baden-Wuerttemberg Cooperative State University, where he has been representing vehicle electronics since 2009 as head of department at the Ravensburg campus, Campus Friedrichshafen. His areas of work and research focus are in automotive electronics, automotive and engine technology. He was also a lecturer at the Technical University of Munich. 2003 was awarded the Science and Transfer Prize of the City of Ravensburg. His books on automotive electronics are now available in several editions and are considered standard works, in addition, he has authored numerous articles.
Everything important at a glance
26.11.2019, 09.00 - 12.30 clock
Registration deadline: 23.10.2019
Target group: Employees mainly from small and medium-sized companies without or with little prior knowledge of e-mobility (no prior knowledge of electrical engineering)
Location: Fallenbrunnen, 88045 Friedrichshafen
If you have any questions, please contact:
Program Management Education & Events
07541 40294 - 13
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