the course (in Swedish)
IEA är öppen vardagar kl 11.00-12.30. Telefon: 046-222 92 90.
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The IEA student administration is
open weekdays 11.00-12.30. Phone: 046-222 92 90. Other times by agreement.
You can also contact us by email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
The slides below are from the course 2009. They are shown here to give you a picture of the course's contents. The lecture material will be slightly modified and updated during the 2010 course.
Literature and data sheets
Motors (In Swedish, equivalent material in English available from
Part 2 2010 Last slides are the first home work task 2010
Development projects. Paper copies from the lectures are handed out during lectures and can also be fetched at the IEA student office,
Laws and Standards
Below you will find some reports
from earlier courses.
1 Electric Supply for Road Vehicles - on the Road
2 Electric Supply for Road Vehicles - on the Road (in Swedish)
3 Electric Supply for Road Vehicles - on the Road
Group 5 Roof-Mounted Wind Power Plant
Group 6 Roof-Mounted Wind Power Plant
1 final version: Produktutvecklingsprojekt
2 first version: VOLVO PROJECT
3 final version: Automatisk anslutning för hybridbilar
4 final version: Laddningsanslutning till hybridfordon
Group 5 first version: Innovative
Means of Motion Control
1 Making of Cylindrical Sleeves (TetraPak)
Group 4 Preventing the Wiper Blades from Freezing to the Windshield (SAAB Automobile)
Group 5 Automatiserat Lastgolv (SAAB Automobile)
Task result list updated.
Tetra Pak study visit on Wednesday the 28th: We leave with two cars from the parking lot behind the M building, Ole Römers väg 1 at 12.40. We shall be at the entrance of Tetra Pak at Borgs väg at 13.00. The visit is planned until 15.00.
NB! There will be lectures by Klas Nilsson on Real Time Programming on Tuesday, 16th 10-12 and Thursday, 18th. These are very valuable for task 5, the real time programming lab.
Project groups ready.
Projects from 2009 below, esp. relevant for the Cracks project.
Task 3 will be presented tomorrow.
NB: No lecture Friday, FEM lecture on Monday 13-15 at IKDC, room DC:467, FEM excercise (task 4) on Monday 15-17.30.
Then only one more lecture this study period, Sensors, on Thursday the 25th of February.
Please give Henriette a notice of which project you would like to do and with whom, latest Monday (first and second preference).
Groups will be announced on Wednesday.
Tasks result are found here. Most of you missed Robert. He was sitting in M:D, waiting. Henriette is to blame for unclear communication. Sorry!
If you would like feedback from Robert, you are welcome to email him for an appointment at his office in IKDC.
All lectures from tomorrow and on will be held in lecture room M:IEA.
Tasks number 1 (Design methodology) and 2 (Energy Flow) are on the home page. feedback will be given on Friday the 5th of February, 13.15-16 in lecture room M:IEA. Please fill in a time slot for task 1 at http://doodle.com/649ttf425spx5k5h and another time slot for task 2 at http://doodle.com/mmq7q8rhhd7kdvwm
NB: There is no lecture on Thursday, the 21st.
The Mechatronics course 2010 is starting on Monday the 18th of January at 15.15 in lecture room M:D. Welcome!