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Kit-eti – competent in electric drive technology
Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT) –
Institute of Electrical Engineering (ETI)
Kaiserstrasse 12, Gebäude 11.10
76128 Karlsruhe, Germany
Year of establishment:
1895
Employees:
35 (2013)
Contact
Martin Doppelbauer
Phone: +49 721 608 46250
Fax: +49 721 608 42921
The Institute of Electrical Engineering (ETI) at the
Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT) stands
for electric drive competence – in e-mobility
applications and in industrial drive technology.
Together with a staff of around 25 research
assistants and many students, two professors in
the fields of ‘Electric drives and power electron-
ics’ and ‘Hybrid electric vehicles’, Professors
Braun and Doppelbauer, research and develop
new, powerful concepts for the future of electric
drive technology.
In numerous projects with well-known partners
from science and industry, including almost all
major German OEMs, we analyse and realise
inverters, voltage converters, drive motors and
the necessary control methods and systems, in
any topological variation. For this, we utilise the
latest industry-standard software and hardware
tools. The detailed acausal simulation of the
electric drive-train, from battery to wheel-road
contact, allows the precise adjustment of power
electronics and electric motors to the specific
application. The prototypes built in our sophisti-
cated electromechanical workshop are then
gauged and verified on test stands we designed.
Electric drives and power electronics, hybrid electric vehicles
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