Automotive Safety (ILV)

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Course numberVEEMS-3.06
Course codeAMS
Curriculum2016
Semester of degree program Semester 3
Mode of delivery Presencecourse
SPPW1,5
ECTS credits2,5
Language of instruction English

The students are able to develope and structure automotive safety

systems, seen in overview and documentation in respect to the

automotive directive and have the overview to risk and reliability

analyses. Special they are competent in automotive EMC analyses

and measurement, well for development EMC probe measurements.

Shielding and EMC concept designs of radiated and conducted are

well known. Susceptibility and radiations are laboratory exercises.

EMC shielding and sanitation units are well known in respect to automotive frequency converter and traction units.

Automotive directive and the most important standards, derivated technology safety systems, SIL- and performance-level safety structures, analyses and reliability and /or risk reduction utilities.

Hardware electronic controlled automotive safety systems and drive by wire.

Overview and documentation in respect to the automotive directive and to risk and reliability analyses.

Automotive EMC analyses and measurement, well for development EMC probe measurements. Shielding and EMC concept designs of radiated and conducted disturbances. Susceptibility and radiations are laboratory exercises.

EMC shielding and sanitation units are trained on automotive frequency converter and traction units.

Jack W. Plunkett: Plunkett's Automobile Industry Almanac:

Automobile, Truck and Specialty Vehicle Industry Market Research,

Statistics, Trends & Leading Companies, Plunkett Research, 2009

Jack Erjavec: Automotive Technology: A Systems Approach, , 2009

Jerzy Szczepanik: Neural Network Model Of Electrical Drive:

Evaluation of Energy Loss of Electrical Drive during Dynamic

Processes using Neural Network Models, Lambert, 2009

Slawomir Wiak, M. Dems, K. Komeza: Recent Developments of

Electrical Drives: Best papers from the International Conference on

Electrical Machines ICEM'04, Springer, 2009