CVC Technology Site Visit  /  23.5.2018

Mit Simulationen der Fahrzeug-Umwelt-Mensch-Interaktion zu effizienteren Prozessen

Computersimulationen sind ein unverzichtbares Werkzeug bei der Gestaltung und Auslegung von Produkten und Produktionsprozessen, Dienstleistungen, Kommunikations- und Arbeitsprozessen. Reale Modelle werden durch virtuelle Modelle ersetzt. Der Mathematik kommt bei der Gestaltung dieser virtuellen Welt eine entscheidende Rolle zu.

Am Fraunhofer ITWM nimmt die Modellierung und Simulation von Nutzungsvariabilität, Betriebsfestigkeit, Energieverbrauch und Emission von Fahrzeugen einen besonderen Stellenwert ein. Für diese Attribute ergibt sich die Schwierigkeit, dass höchst unterschiedliche zeitlich variable Vorgänge simuliert werden müssen. Hierfür werden nicht nur das Fahrzeug selbst, sondern auch seine »Randbedingungen« oder seine »Wechselwirkung mit dem Rest der Welt« abgebildet. In der Simulation sind hochdetaillierte georeferenzierte Informationen über das Straßennetz, die Topographie, die Straßenbeschaffenheit, Verkehr, Reifen und das Fahrerverhalten enthalten.

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The seminar »KL-Regelungstechnik« (Kaiserslautern – Control Theory and Control Engineering) is organized by our department as well as several research groups of the TU Kaiserslautern:

  • Technomathematics (Dep. of Mathematics)
  • Mechatronics in Mechenical and Automotive Engineering (Dep. of Mechanical and Process Engineering)
  • Automation Control (Dep. of Electrical and Computer Engineering)
  • Electromobility (Dep. of Electrical and Computer Engineering)

The seminar takes place at the ITWM every 1st Tuesday of a month (besides holidays and summer break). Aims are broadening of experiences and exchange of scientific views – also beyond the organizing groups.

Typical subjects of talks are:

  • ongoing or recently finished graduations and doctoral theses
  • current research and projects

The topics vary from mathematical methods to technical implementations. Usually, the talks present research results. However, some show open issues for brainstorming and inputs from the audience.

The seminar »KL-Regelungstechnik« (Kaiserslautern – Control Theory and Control Engineering) is organized by our department as well as several research groups of the TU Kaiserslautern:

  • Technomathematics (Dep. of Mathematics)
  • Mechatronics in Mechenical and Automotive Engineering (Dep. of Mechanical and Process Engineering)
  • Automation Control (Dep. of Electrical and Computer Engineering)
  • Electromobility (Dep. of Electrical and Computer Engineering)

The seminar takes place at the ITWM every 1st Tuesday of a month (besides holidays and summer break). Aims are broadening of experiences and exchange of scientific views – also beyond the organizing groups.

Typical subjects of talks are:

  • ongoing or recently finished graduations and doctoral theses
  • current research and projects

The topics vary from mathematical methods to technical implementations. Usually, the talks present research results. However, some show open issues for brainstorming and inputs from the audience.

The seminar »KL-Regelungstechnik« (Kaiserslautern – Control Theory and Control Engineering) is organized by our department as well as several research groups of the TU Kaiserslautern:

  • Technomathematics (Dep. of Mathematics)
  • Mechatronics in Mechenical and Automotive Engineering (Dep. of Mechanical and Process Engineering)
  • Automation Control (Dep. of Electrical and Computer Engineering)
  • Electromobility (Dep. of Electrical and Computer Engineering)

The seminar takes place at the ITWM every 1st Tuesday of a month (besides holidays and summer break). Aims are broadening of experiences and exchange of scientific views – also beyond the organizing groups.

Typical subjects of talks are:

  • ongoing or recently finished graduations and doctoral theses
  • current research and projects

The topics vary from mathematical methods to technical implementations. Usually, the talks present research results. However, some show open issues for brainstorming and inputs from the audience.