Christian Doppler Laboratory for Brushless Drives for Pump and Fan Applications

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Abstract

In order to secure today‘s automotive freedom under the increasingly tight environmental constraints of the near future, the energy usage of all of a vehicle‘s components needs to be drastically reduced.
To reach these aims, this project jointly addresses the design of the mechanical, electro-mechanical and electro-static parts of hydraulic systems across all levels of the design process.
In contrast to today’s systems, in which the electric drives are flanged onto pumps and fans, by proposing integrated concepts, the project allows to exploit all available space and to downsize the components through taking advantage of dynamic reserves within the system.
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - 2017
Event15. EMV-Fachtagung - Graz University of Technology, Graz, Austria
Duration: 26 Apr 201727 Apr 2017

Conference

Conference15. EMV-Fachtagung
CountryAustria
CityGraz
Period26/04/1727/04/17

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Fans
Pumps
Electric drives
Hydraulics

Fields of Expertise

  • Mobility & Production

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Grübler, H., Leitner, S., Mütze, A., & Schöner, G. (2017). Christian Doppler Laboratory for Brushless Drives for Pump and Fan Applications. Poster session presented at 15. EMV-Fachtagung, Graz, Austria.

Christian Doppler Laboratory for Brushless Drives for Pump and Fan Applications. / Grübler, Hannes; Leitner, Stefan; Mütze, Annette; Schöner, Gerhard.

2017. Poster session presented at 15. EMV-Fachtagung, Graz, Austria.

Research output: Contribution to conferencePosterResearch

Grübler, H, Leitner, S, Mütze, A & Schöner, G 2017, 'Christian Doppler Laboratory for Brushless Drives for Pump and Fan Applications' 15. EMV-Fachtagung, Graz, Austria, 26/04/17 - 27/04/17, .
Grübler H, Leitner S, Mütze A, Schöner G. Christian Doppler Laboratory for Brushless Drives for Pump and Fan Applications. 2017. Poster session presented at 15. EMV-Fachtagung, Graz, Austria.
Grübler, Hannes ; Leitner, Stefan ; Mütze, Annette ; Schöner, Gerhard. / Christian Doppler Laboratory for Brushless Drives for Pump and Fan Applications. Poster session presented at 15. EMV-Fachtagung, Graz, Austria.
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