Institute of Thermal
Turbomachinery and
Machinery Laboratory
Pfaffenwaldring 6
70569 Stuttgart
Germany
 
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Courses

Additional informations on the lectures are availabe in the online-portal C@MPUS. All digital lecture material is provided via the ILIAS-Plattform.

Basics of Thermal Turbomachinery
  • Module number: 14070
  • Course number: 360605100
  • Type of course: lecture with exercise
  • Lecturer:  Vogt
  • Date: Tue. 9:45 - 11:15 am , Thu. 11:30 am - 1:00 pm
  • Location: V 4.01 (Tue), V 7.04 (Thu)
  • Credit points: 6 CP
  • Vertiefungsmodul, Kern- or Ergänzungsfach
  • Rotation cycle: summer semester
  • Office hours: by appointment only
  • Exam: written test

Range of application and economic relevance - types of construction - thermodynamic fundamentals - fluid properties and changes of state - fundamentals of fluid mechanics, application to component design - laws of similarity - turbine and compressor theorie - losses and efficiencies, ways of influencing them - classification of components, load, design, production - strength and vibration problems - labyrinth seal - rotor dynamics - performance - unsteady loads - engine characteristic, control behaviour - modern numerical calculation methods.

Thermal Turbomachinery
  • Module number: 30820
  • Course number: 360708100
  • Type of course: lecture
  • Lecturer:Vogt, Schatz
  • Date: Wed. 09:45 - 11:15 am, Thu. 09:45 - 11:15 am
  • Location: V 6.02
  • Credit points: 6 CP
  • Kern- or Ergänzungsfach
  • Rotation cycle: winter semester
  • Office hours: by appointment only
  • Exam: oral test

Introduction and fundamentals - types of construction of thermal turbomachinery - thermodynamics and system processes - range of application and selection of machine type - axial compressor - axial turbine - radial compressor and turbine - operating mode, regulation and performance - machine design using numerical methods - measurement instrumentation in turbomachines.

Turbochargers
  • Module number:  30850
  • Course number: 360708300
  • Type of course: lecture with exercise
  • Lecturer: Vogt
  • Date: Mon. 3:45 - 5:15 pm
  • Location: V 4.01
  • Credit points: 3 CP
  • Ergänzungsfach
  • Rotation cycle: winter semester
  • Office hours: by appointment only
  • Exam: written or oral test

Note: Lectures, manuscript and examination in English.

Introduction to turbochargers - radial compressors - axial and radial turbines - dimensionless performance - component testing - mechanical design - matching of turbine and compressor - matching with the engine - developments.

Steam Turbine Technology
  • Module number: 30540
  • Course number: 360805100
  • Type of course: lecture
  • Lecturer: Sürken (Siemens AG)
  • Date: Fri. 11:30 am - 1:00 pm and 2:00 - 3:30 pm at these dates
  • Location: V 6.02
  • Credit points: 3 CP
  • Ergänzungsfach
  • Rotation cycle: summer semester
  • Office hours: by appointment only
  • Exam: oral test

Enery resources - development of the market for power stations - history of steam turbines - producers of steam turbines - range of applications - thermodynamic work process - methods of operation and types of construction - power control - blading - operating conditions - turbine rotor and turbine housing - system technology and controling - materials technology.

 

Flow and Vibration Measurement in Turbomachinery
  • Module number:30860
  • Course number:360806100
  • Type of course: lecture with exercise
  • Lecturer: Schatz
  • Date: Fri. 09:45 - 11:15 am
  • Location: V 6.02
  • Credit points: 3 CP
  • Ergänzungsfach
  • Rotation cycle: summer semester
  • Office hours: by appointment only
  • Exam: oral test

Basics of flow measurement technology - flow measuring methods - introduction to vibration problems in turbomachinery - vibration measurement methods - evaluation and analysis of digital signals - additional measuring methods - test rig technology.

Numerical and Experimental Methods for Turbomachinery
  • Module number: 30830
  • Course number Part A (WS): 360708400
  • Course number Part B (SS):360806100
  • Type of course: lecture with exercise
  • Lecturer: Mayer, Schatz
  • Date Part A (WS): Thu. 11:30 am - 1:00 pm
  • Date Part B (SS): Fri. 09:45 - 11:15 am
  • Location: V 6.02
  • Credit points: 6 CP
  • Kern- or Ergänzungsfach
  • Rotation cycle: Part A winter semester, Part B summer semester
  • Office hours: by appointment only
  • Exam: oral test

Note: This lecture consits of the two lectures Numerical Methods in Fluid and Structural Dynamics (WS)
and Flow and Vibration Measurement in Turbomachinery (SS), which are also available separately.

Range of application of numerical methods - scientific calculations and influence of hardware development - modelling - core equations of fluid mechanics - turbulence modelling - discretization of differential equations - mesh generation - bondary conditions - finite difference method - finite volume method - basics of finite element method (FEM) - solution method - application of numerical methods - basics of flow measurement technology - flow measuring methods - introduction to vibration problems in turbomachinery - vibration measurement methods - evaluation and analysis of digital signals - additional measuring methods - test rig technology.

Numerical Methods in Fluid and Structural Dynamics
  • Module number: 30840
  • Course number: 360708400
  • Type of course: lecture
  • Lecturer: Mayer
  • Date: Thu. 11:30 am - 1:00 pm
  • Location: V 6.02
  • Credit points: 3 CP
  • Ergänzungsfach
  • Rotation cycle: winter semester
  • Office hours: by appointment only
  • Exam: oral test

Core equations of fluid mechanics - discretization of differential equations - mesh generation - boundary conditions - finite difference and finite volume method - basics of finite element method (FEM) - solution method - range of application of numerical methods.

 

Selected Topics of Thermal Turbomachinery
  • Credit points: 6 CP
  • Vertiefungsmodul, Kern- or Ergänzungsfach

Two out of the four available modules have to be selected, whereas the lecture "Flow and Vibration Measurement in Turbomachinery" and the corresponding practical course count together as one:

  • Lecture Numerical Methods in Fluid an Structural Dynamics (Module number:30840
  • Lecture Flow and Vibration Measurement in Turbomachinery and practical course Flow and Vibration Measurement in Turbomachinery (Module number: 30860
  • Lecture Steam Turbine Technology (Module number: 30540)
  • Lecture Turbochargers (Module number: 30850)

 

Measurement Engineering I (tkyb and mechat)
  • Credit points: 3 CP
  • Kernmodul or Schlüsselqualifikation
  • Rotation cycle: winter semester
  • Office hours: by appointment only
  • Exam: written test

Note: Further up-to-date information for the lecture Measurement Engineering and the corresponding practical course is available here.

Part A - Basics: Basics of measurement engineering - measurement chain, measuring methods - measurement uncertainties - measuring methods for mechanical, thermal, acoustic, electric quantities - flow measurement - pollutant measurement, gas analysis - computer-based measurement and evaluation.

Measurement Engineering - Automotive Measurement Engineering (fmt)
  • Module number: 13280
  • Course number Part A: 360502100
  • Course number Part B: 420605600
  • Type of course: lecture with practical course
  • Lecturer: Eyb, Müller, F., Widdecke, Fußhoeller
  • Date Part A: Tue. 3:45 - 5:15 pm
  • Date Part B: Fri. 9:45 - 11:15 am
  • Location: V 38.01 (Part A), V 32.01 (Part B)
  • Credit points: 6 CP
  • Kernmodul or Pflichtmodul
  • Rotation cycle: Part A winter semester, Part B summer semester
  • Office hours: by appointment only
  • Exam: written test

Note: Further up-to-date information for the lecture Measurement Engineering and the corresponding practical course is available here.

Part A - Basics: Basics of measurement engineering - measurement chain, measuring methods - measurement uncertainties - measuring methods for mechanical, thermal, acoustic, electric quantities - flow measurement - pollutant measurement, gas analysis - computer-based measurement and evaluation.

Teil B - Automotive measurement engineering: Pressure, force and velocity measuring methods in the flow of wind tunnel and for vehicles - practice-oriented problems during the installation and start-up of test rigs.

Measurement Engineering - Measurement Engineering for Installations (mach, nwt and tp-mach)
  • Module number: 13800 bzw.  37350 (tema)
  • Course number Part A: 360502100
  • Course number Part B: 360602100
  • Type of course: lecture with exercise and practical course
  • Lecturer: Eyb, Müller, F.
  • Date Part A: Tue. 3:45 - 5:15 pm
  • Date Part B: Wed. 11:30 am - 1:00 pm, biweekly
  • Location: V 38.01 (Part A), V 7.22 (Part B)
  • Credit points: 6 CP
  • Kernmodul, Ergänzungsmodul or Pflichtmodul mit Wahlmöglichkeit
  • Rotation cycle: Part A winter semester, Part B summer semester
  • Office hours: by appointment only
  • Exam: written test

Note: Further up-to-date information for the lecture Measurement Engineering and the corresponding practical course is available here.

Part A - Basics: Basics of measurement engineering - measurement chain, measuring methods - measurement uncertainties - measuring methods for mechanical, thermal, acoustic, electric quantities - flow measurement - pollutant measurement, gas analysis - computer-based measurement and evaluation.

Teil B - Measurement engineering for installations: Measuring methods for machines and facilities - vibration analysis - flow measurement - evaluation techniques.

Measurement Engineering - Optical Measurement Engineering (mach)
  • Module number:13790 bzw. 37340
    (tema)
  • Course number Part A: 360502100
  • Course number Part B: 360602200
  • Type of course: lecture with practical course
  • Lecturer: Eyb, Müller, F., Osten
  • Date Part A: Tue. 3:45 - 5:15 pm
  • Date Part B: Mon. 2:00 - 3:30 pm
  • Location: V 38.01 (Part A), V 47.05 (Part B)
  • Credit points: 6 CP
  • Kernmodul, Ergänzungsmodul or Pflichtmodul mit Wahlmöglichkeit
  • Rotation cycle: Part A winter semester, Part B summer semester
  • Office hours: by appointment only
  • Exam: written test

Note: Further up-to-date information for the lecture Measurement Engineering and the corresponding practical course is available here.

Part A - Basics: Basics of measurement engineering - measurement chain, measuring methods - measurement uncertainties - measuring methods for mechanical, thermal, acoustic, electric quantities - flow measurement - pollutant measurement, gas analysis - computer-based measurement and evaluation.

Teil B - Optical measurement engineering: Selected geometrical- and wave-optical fundamentals - methods and sensors on the basis of geometrical- and wave-optical principles - examples: image-processing methods, rriangulation, confocal approach, interferometry, digital holography and Speckle-measurement technology.

Measurement Engineering - Production Measurement Engineering (mach)
  • Module number: 13810 bzw. 37360
    (tema)
  • Course number Part A: 360502100
  • Course number Part B: 360503100
  • Type of course: lecture with practical course
  • Lecturer: Eyb, Müller, F., Bauernhansel, Siegert
  • Date Part A: Tue. 3:45 - 5:15 pm
  • Date Part B: Tue. 2:00 - 3:30 pm, biweekly
  • Location: V 38.01 (Part A), V 55.22 (Part B)
  • Credit points: 6 CP
  • Kernmodul, Ergänzungsmodul or Pflichtmodul mit Wahlmöglichkeit
  • Rotation cycle: Part A winter semester, Part B winter semester
  • Office hours: by appointment only
  • Exam: written test

Note: Further up-to-date information for the lecture Measurement Engineering and the corresponding practical course is available here.

Part A - Basics: Basics of measurement engineering - measurement chain, measuring methods - measurement uncertainties - measuring methods for mechanical, thermal, acoustic, electric quantities - flow measurement - pollutant measurement, gas analysis - computer-based measurement and evaluation.

Teil B - Production measurement engineering: Calibration chain, measurement unvertainty, statistics - coordinate measurement technique - micromeasurement technology - optical measurement technology - use of image processing.