D.Pushnitsyn\’s intership at THM

Dmitry Pushnitsyn’s intership at THM, Friedberg campus, Germany.

In December 2017 Pushnitsyn Dmytro, the PhD-student of the Department of Automation of Electromechanical Systems and Electric Drive (AEMS-ED), has run training in Mittelhessen University of Applied Science (Technische Hochschule Mittelhessen THM) in laboratory of “Electric Drive and Control Systems”.

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The internship goal include offline identification of the parameters of squirrel-cage induction motor, vector control system adjustment as well as visualizing system of experimental data.

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Moreover, as training in Germany was running in pre-Christmas time, the cultural program was very impressive.

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Marburg panorama

City trips to Marburg, Frankfurt-am-Main and Wiesbaden at this time of the year leave bright  memories and unforgettable impressions.

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The training of Pushnitsyn Dmytro was a part of cooperation program of I. Sikorsky Kyiv Polytechnical Institute And Mittelhessen University of Applied Science (Technische Hochschule Mittelhessen – THM) in scope of “Partnerships with developing countries” project, funded by DAAD (the world-wide organization).

As a result of the internship, the theoretical part of laboratory practice guidelines in vector control induction motor studies will be prepared. A coauthorship of scientific staffs of the AEMS-ED department and THM is expected.

Statistics



2017/2018 academic year

1 term / 2 term


Total students: 195 / 187,
on the budget: 185 / 183.
Get a scholarship: 89 / 92,
increased scholarships: 7 / 12.

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