After successful completion of the course, students are able to:
– overlook the future trends of modern mobility concepts and argue their pro/cons
– explain the central steps in the development of modern cars on the basis of case studies
– evaluate and discuss the core content of connectivity, sharing, autonomy and e-drive in a social context
– set the CO2 targets in relation to state-of-the-art drive systems and
– make an evaluation in the sense pro/cons of these drives
– explain the state of electromobility (battery and fuel cell) in terms of vehicle integration
– understand today’s battery vehicles with respect to their platform concepts and recognize differences
– understand basic bodywork requirements (crash, NVH) as to their effect, as well as explain test methods, targets, etc.
– identify conflicting goals in the body construction and in the associated joining techniques
– explain the latest material technologies and their fields of application
– overlook the status of digitization and CAE method development and explain concrete applications
– name new fields of research for body technologies.
Information and registration for the course in TISS under course number 315.756.