Power Management Classification - Energy-related Modular System of the Future

With Power Management Classification (PMC), Professor Viehmann of Nordhausen Technical College is encouraging discussion on the subject of standardization within the variety of energy components, the complexity of which is increasing within the framework of the development of hybrid and electrical vehicles. PMC is extended, classified and optimized by the components Power Management Interface (PMI) and Power Management Tool (PMT), as are resources of the systems, for example the utilization of the storage capacity of the high voltage batteries and the "electrical range". The subject of accident safety, which is gaining in importance, including, for example, arcing protection, is also taken into consideration (organization of redundancies).
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Author(s): Prof. Dr.-Ing. Matthias Viehmann


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