Preface to the Series EUROMOTOR is an advanced training program sponsored by the Eu- pean Union for engineers of the European automotive and supplier ind- try. Its aim is the exchange of experiences with new developments - tween industry and university. Courses are offered in all fields around the automobile, as for example vehicle dynamics, vibration a ergonomics, powertrain, crashworthiness, manufacturing, aerodynamics, testing and - tigue as well as courses in the field of body engineering and electronics. For further information, please contact: EUROMOTOR Support Office, Caroline Marshall, RSBD, University of Birmingham, Birmingham B15 2TT, UK, Tel: +44 (0) 121 414 3695, Fax: +44 (0) 121 414 7151, e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org. Preface to this volume On June 17th and 18th, the EUROMOTOR Course 1st Aachener El- tronics Symposiumq took place at the Institut fur Kraftfahrwesen (ika) in Aachen/Germany. The conference dealt with the main topic qFusing Strategies for Future Vehicle PowerNets.qqThe calculated rated current of the fuse link is 1 8 A/0, 8 = 22, 5 A. Now the selected fuse link must be a 25 A fuse link (e.g. a ... This example considers the arising cable temperatures, but the possible electrical loads and transient currents are disregarded. The time-current characteristic is determined by the min . and max. possible fault current and the max. allowable ... curves of the 4mm2 cable, the FK2 25 A fuse link and the operating current 1 8 A. I.OE+05 l, OE+04 l. OE+03 l.OE+02 l.
|Author||:||Henning Wallentowitz, Christian Amsel|
|Publisher||:||Springer Science & Business Media - 2003-07-14|