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Product development and mechatronic systems

Wäremebildkamera
Profile & Equipment

Profile & Equipment

In the laboratory, the mechatronic disciplines of mechanical engineering, electrical engineering and data processing are combined with thermodynamics. Mechatronics and energy technology systems, which are used, for example, in electric mobility and regenerative energies, are researched and further developed using current technologies.

Wärmepumpenprüfstand

Heat pump test bench

The heat pump test bench offers the opportunity to develop and test new concepts and solutions in this field. By the construction different heat sources (solar thermal, geothermal and air) and heat sinks (buildings, processes) can be simulated. The aim is to optimise thermal supply systems.

 

Project partner: 

SIMAKA Energie- und Umwelttechnik GmbH

ifm electronic gmbh

Fahrsimulator

Driving simulator

Project partner: 
Simulations are a central part of the development of vehicle concepts. Automated driving and the corresponding steering of vehicles is represented in parts on a steering test bench with a cockpit of a Mercedes Benz vehicle. Here, for example, the realistic driving feel and the influence of parameters such as steering forces are to be investigated and optimised.

Versuchsfahrzeug

Test vehicle

In order to be able to investigate the field of vehicle mechatronics and thermal systems in vehicles more closely, a test vehicle from Daimler AG  was procured. The investigations - based on the integration of measurement technology - amount to various tests, e.g. on heating behavior and the corresponding optimization.

Contact & People

General contact details

Phone
Room H 060
On the campus
Building H, Main building
Doggenriedstraße
88250 Weingarten
Germany
Postal address Hochschule Ravensburg-Weingarten
University of Applied Sciences
Product development and mechatronic systems

Laboratory manager

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Florian Kauf

Focus:
Methoden und Prozesse der Produktentwicklung v.a. komplexer technischer Systeme Mechatronik in der Fahrzeugtechnik Thermodynamik im Fahrzeugbau sowie in Gebäudeanwendungen
Florian Kauf

Laboratory team

Michael Müller M.Eng.

Akademischer Mitarbeiter Fakultät Maschinenbau, Doktorrand
Focus:
Thermodynamik und Kältetechnik