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Automotive engineering and mechatronics

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Profile & Equipment

Profile & Equipment

From vehicle aerodynamics to microcontroller boards, the Automotive Technology Laboratory offers a rich spectrum of state-of-the-art technology, which is used in the context of events from the study courses Automotive Engineering, Automotive Engineering+ and E-Mobility. The infrastructure of the laboratory is also accessible to projects related to automotive engineering, such as Formula Student, the E-Beetle and other student projects. When it comes to determining the performance of vehicles, our chassis dynamometer enjoys great popularity among companies and private individuals from the surrounding area.

Rollenprüfstand

Roller dynamometer

Modern crown roller test bench from Maha for single-axle/all-wheel drive vehicles with up to 520 kW/1040 kW wheel power and 300 km/h top speed.

Contact: Laboratory foreman Thomas Frei (frei@rwu.de)

Motorprüfstand

Engine test benches

Four modern engine test benches, equipped with cylinder pressure indexing from AVL and the application application INCA from ETAS, offer a demanding learning and test environment in the powertrain field, ranging from basic theory to project-related map applications.

Further topics

  • Analysis/simulation of serial bus systems
  • Exhaust gas measurement
  • OBD diagnosis
  • Chassis kinematics
  • Brakes
  • Microcontroller boards
  • Wind tunnel

 

Contact & People

General contact details

Phone
Room H 057, H060
On the campus
Building H, Main building
Doggenriedstraße
88250 Weingarten
Germany
Postal address RWU Hochschule Ravensburg-Weingarten
University of Applied Sciences
Automotive engineering and mechatronics
P.O. Box 30 22
88216 Weingarten
Germany

Laboratory manager

Prof. Dr. André Kaufmann

Studiendekan Fahrzeugtechnik (Bachelor)
Focus:
Verbrennungsmotoren, Strömungslehre, Thermodynamik
Prof. Dr. André Kaufmann

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Tim Nosper

Focus:
Professor Fakultät Maschinenbau & Studienrichtung Fahrzeugmechatronik
Prof. Dr.-Ing. Tim Nosper

Laboratory team

Ralf Hermanutz B.Eng.

Akademischer Mitarbeiter Fakultät Maschinenbau
Focus:
Kraftfahrzeuge und Fahrzeugmechatronik

Thomas Frei

Labormeister & Technischer Angestellter