Research and evelopment
Research and development is the main concern of our team. Based on current research programs and a team of car and electrical practitioners, we have successfully completed the projects that have been started. We have also undertaken collaborations that have resulted in the development of experimental models for several applications such as aeronautics, wind energy, electric traction, pumps and others. Electro-technical research involves the design and development of electrical systems, components, engines and equipment, and at the same time, study the technological aspects of materials, products and electrical engineering processes. Research and development services are carried out in pursuit of a step-by-step development of projects. We start from the idea, with the feasibility study, the design itself, the carrying out of simulations and system modeling using smart software and finally the development of experimental models.
Our company is successfully active in the following research areas:
  • Green Energy
  • Special Electrical Machines
  • Servocontrol
  • Electrical Equipments
  • Energy Efficiency
  • Industrial Automatizations
GEDEREX supports partners successfully helping to develop the best solutions to electrical Engineering issues and beyond.

SERVICES

Electric machine design

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The design and optimization of electric machines shall be carried out in three stages:

    1. Design — calculation of the electromagnetic circuit of the machine subjected to the design phase;
    2. Field studies and optimization – analysis of structures using simulation methods applied to structures that are produced at the end of the design phase itself;
    3. Mechanical design – determination of the mechanical structure of the machines resulting from the optimization process.

Development of experimental models

With the company’s material base, the results obtained at the design stage can be implemented, which is capable of producing all sub-assemblies for both electric machines and other electromagnetic equipment.

The development of experimental models shall also be carried out by three steps:

  1. Performing electromagnetic structures — magnetic and electrical circuit, insulation, etc.;
  2. The development of mechanical sub-assemblies — shafts, housings, caps, bearings, etc.,
  3. Final and esthetic assembly – mechanical assembly, centering, static and dynamic balancing, painting, etc.

Test and analysis

The final stage of the R&D activity is to test the resulting experimental models by determining their efficiency and mapping their operating characteristics.

This consists of:

  1. Testing at the R&D stage by following the test program of the type of equipment tested: measurement of the resistance of the windings, dielectric tests, heating test, etc.
  2. Determination of efficiency — measurement of power and power factor, losses and efficiency, etc.
  3. Drawing performance characteristics — mechanical characteristic, efficiency characteristic, load characteristic, adjustment characteristic, etc.
Our Team
Simion Alecsandru
Simion Alecsandru

Director Research Department

An associate professor at the Faculty Of Electrical, Energy and Applied Informatics, is called a doctor in electrical engineering in 1976. Professor Simion has a written number of 230 electrical engineering works, has 20 patents and has an active number of 16 projects, 16 of which as project director. The main activities of interest are in the field of electric drives and cars.

Vîrlan Bogdan
Vîrlan Bogdan

Project Director

Livadaru Leonard
Livadaru Leonard

Projection Electrical machines

Lecturer at the Faculty Of Electrical, Energy and Applied Informatics Engineering, is called a PhD in Electrical Engineering in 2003. It has a number of 140 works, at international conferences and magazines, and 5 specialist books in electrical engineering – electric cars. The design and optimization of electric machines are the main courses of the magnifying and the use of field study programs by the finished element method.

Munteanu Adrian
Munteanu Adrian

Projection Electrical machines

Lecturer at the Faculty Of Electrical, Energy and Applied Informatics Engineering, is named PhD in Electrical Engineering in 2008. It has a number of 60 papers, at international conferences and magazines, and 3 professional books in the field of electrical engineering – electric cars. The design and optimization of electric machines are the main courses of the magnifying and the use of field study programs by the finished element method.

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