Current developments in the field of electromobility create the need for motors with significantly reduced axle heights while maintaining at least the same, if not higher, performance. In order to continue to lead the market, the goal is to develop and test a special electric motor with high motor speed in the smallest possible installation space. This project is financially supported by the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF).
Krebs & Aulich GmbH is a highly innovative company. A current example of the intensive research activity is the project “Development of a new Generation of Test Stand Engines”, which is funded by the European Union and the State of Saxony-Anhalt.
Between January 2017 and May 2019, new test stand engines have been developed which can be customized to the requirements of our clients and operate on a higher level of efficiency.
The project aims towards new test stand engines with even higher performance features by improving the mechanical and thermal designs of the cooling/ventilation system, based on the latest calculation and simulation methods.
The subject of the two-year (October 2017 – December 2019) joint Research venture between Magdeburg-Stendal University of Applied Sciences and three mechanical engineering and metalworking companies is to develop and test a new and complex manufacturing technology for test stand engines. The ambition behind the project is to achieve an effective and applicable production process for the rotor component which fulfills the highest quality requirements.