Chair of Electric Mobility and Energy Storage Systems

Electric Mobility

Lecture Content

At present, the electrification of private transport is intensively discussed in both politics and society. The industrial sector is gradually offering the first everyday electric vehicles on the market. Compared with fossil fuel-powered vehicles, electric and semi-electric vehicles offer many advantages. Examples are a higher efficiency in the conversion of primary energy into useful energy and the absence of local pollutant emissions. In contrast, there are some disadvantages such as high battery costs and a direct comparison compared to a shorter range. The lecture Electromobility provides an overview of the current state of development and teaches basics as well as novel approaches for improving the electromobility systems.

The main topics of the lecture are:

  • History / Framework Conditions / Definitions of electromobility
  • Vehicle and mobility concepts
  • Drive concepts and drive technologies
  • Electrochemical energy storage and electrochemical energy conversion
  • Charging concepts and charging infrastructures
  • Business models for electric mobility

Further Information

Degree Programs: Master Electrical Engineering,
Master Industrial Engineering Energy Management
Master Industrial Engineering Automotive
Scope: 5 SWS, 6 LP
Turnus: Summer semester
Start: 13.04.2022
Time and Place: Wednesdays, 12:00-02:00 p.m., FH 02.03 (lecture hall FH 2)
Fridays, 02:00-05:00 p.m., FH 02.06 (lecture hall FH 3)
Exam: 16.03.2023 (written)
Enrollment Requirment: Knowledge of the fundamentals of electrical engineering.

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