Andreas Kremser received his diploma in 1983 from the University of Hanover. He completed his doctorate at the University of Hanover in 1987. From 1988 to 1995 he worked as a development engineer at Siemens, most recently as technical manager for the low-voltage and mining motors division. Since 1995 he has been a professor at the University of Applied Sciences Nuremberg Georg Simon Ohm. He is Project Manager at the Energie Campus Nürnberg for the research area energy-efficient drives and drive concepts. His work focuses on the determination of manufacturing influences on the magnetization behavior and iron losses of electrical steel as well as the determination of losses in hard magnetic materials.
Engineering Approach to Calculate the Additional Losses in Inverter Fed RSM and SPMSM
R. Steckel; J. Germishuizen; A. Kremser
In: "2018 XIII International Conference on Electrical Machines (ICEM)"
Determination of eddy current losses in permanent magnets of SPMSM with concentrated windings: A hybrid loss calculation approach and experimental verification
T. Gerlach, L. Rabenstein, A. Dietz, A. Kremser, D. Gerling
In: "2018 Ecological Vehicles and Renewable Energies (EVER)"
Elektrische Maschinen und Antriebe
5. Auflage, Springer Vieweg Verlag, Wiesbaden
Eddy current loss analysis in permanent magnets of synchronous machines
Gerlach, Tobias; Steckel, Richard; Hubert, Thomas; Kremser, Andreas
In: 2016 6th International Electric Drives Production Conference (EDPC)
Nuremberg, Germany, S. 246–252.
Influence of Villari Effect on the magnetizing current of Induction Machines by shrink fitting of rotor cores
Reinlein, M.; Regnet, M.; Hubert, T.; Kremser, A.; Werner, U.; Bonig, J.
In: 2016 International Symposium on Power Electronics, Electrical Drives, Automation and Motion (SPEEDAM).
Capri, Italy, S. 1316–1323.
Influence of yoke and tooth saturation on the air gap field in Induction Machines: A new analytical approach
Reinlein, M.; Swarte, M.; Hubert, T.; Kremser, A.
In: 2016 XXII International Conference on Electrical Machines (ICEM).
Lausanne, Switzerland, S. 412–418.
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