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Prof. Dr.-Ing.Klaus Feyrer

Professor Dr.-Ing. Klaus Feyrer starb am 17.12.2020 kurz nach seinem 90. Geburtstag.

Shortly after his 90th birthday Professor Dr.-Ing. Klaus Feyrerdeceased on December 17, 2020. Klaus Feyrer studied and received his doctorate at the mechanical engineering/materials handling technology faculty of the Technische Hochschule Karlsruhe. After having worked for several years as a senior official with R.Stahl and Thyssen Aufzüge, he was appointed to a chair at the University of Stuttgart in 1977 where he took over the rope engineering department at the Institut für Fördertechnik which he headed for more than 20 years. His successful research activities have been published in his book titled „Drahtseile“ (Wire Ropes) which is a rope research standard work. Klaus Feyrer was a gifted designer full of vigour to deal with lift construction topics. Among other things he was extremely interested in the dynamic problems of braking operations and in probability theories in connection with the failure of safety components. His rope service life calculation method is the basis for the determination of the safety factor of suspension means in the lift standard DIN EN81. Klaus Feyrer was a benefactor, a demanding person and a teacher but also someone interested in fine arts and culture, a man very concerned about the wellbeing of his colleagues and graduate students studying for a doctorate. In vivid memory of a distinguished personality.



Prof. Dr.-Ing. Wolfram Vogel

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