This semester, several courses are offered by the ReMech. For the master’s program ‘Mechatronics’ the course ‘Servo-Hydraulic’ and for the master’s program ‘Mechanical Engineering’ the courses ‘Selected Applications of Automation Technology’ and ‘Advanced Control’ are offered.
Andreas Bathelt from the ReMech revised – with the assistance of N. Lawrence Ricker – the process model of the Tennessee Eastman Process, which is now available for download.
On the ADCHEM (International Symposium on Advanced Control of Chemical Processes), held from 7th to 10th May, the ReMech – represented by Andreas Bathelt – will present a poster entitled “Revision of the Tennessee Eastman Process Model”, co-authored with N. Lawrence Ricker and Mohieddine Jelali. ADCHEM is the triennial meeting of the International Federation of Automatic […]
At the beginning of the new year, the Remech team had the opportunity to welcome another student assistant Nils Bedorf and looks forward to enjoying our future cooperation. In addition, Stefan Knoben will focus his work on externally funded projects.
The entire ReMech team wishes all project partners, colleagues and students a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!
The project “Modellierung, Identifikation und Simulation eines Zwei-Behälter-Systems zur Prozessautomatisierung für didaktische HIL-Anwendungen”, written by Sebastian Raubach, was adopted as a technical article for the Konferenz für Angewandte Automatisierungstechnik in Lehre und Entwicklung (AALE) in Jena in the spring of 2015. For further Information please use the link below: VFAALE
In the current edition (11/14) of the journal “stahl und eisen” an article on flatness modeling in cold rolling mills, co-authored by Prof. Jelali, was published. → Latest Publications
Prof. Jelali is member of the 50 experts group, which is entrusted with the complete revision of the fifth edition of the “Handbook of Process Automation”. He is the principal author of the chapter “Control Performance Monitoring (CPM)” of the standard work for process automation, that will be published this year.
The ReMech has been selected by Intel to be part of the Galileo University Donations and has received a total of 10 Galileo development boards for use in courses and projects. The Galileo development boards are compatible with Arduino extensions and have a significantly increased computing power for the direct reading sensors and controlling actuators, […]
Samer Chaaraoui performed the Colloquium on his thesis design and integration of a dynamic remote-controlled test stand for the e-learning portal “FREI” at the Cologne University of Applied Sciences with an example of level control in the ReMech. This was the last step on the way to the bachelor’s degree. In the FREI online portal […]