Bachelor

Modules for the courses of study in Mechanical Engineering, Automative and Engine Technology, Technology Management, Process Engineering, Technical Education, Technically Oriented Economics, Mechatronics, Materials Science and Suitable Electrical Power Supply

Bachelor

 

Prof. Dr. rer. nat. Dr. h. c. Siegfried Schmauder

 

This module is offered in the winter semester.

General information (in German)

Test references (in German)

Basics of strength calculation: drag and compression, bend, thrust, torsion, vibratory stresses, general state of stress and deformation, notch effect.

Contact information:

Prof. Dr. rer. nat. Dr. h. c. Siegfried Schmauder
Florian Fehringer, M.Sc. E-Mail
 

Link to C@AMPUS

apl. Prof. Dr.-Ing. Michael Seidenfuß

General information:

Please note the information about filling out the test form:
"Prüfungshinweise" (in German)

Contents:

Lecture:

Atomic structure of crystalline materials, alloy formation, thermally activated processes, mechanical properties, ferrous materials, non-ferrous metals, synthetic materials, ceramic materials, composite materials, corrosion, tribology, recycling

Practical training:

Thermal analysis, notch impact test, hardness testing, tensile test, fatigue tests, corrosion, metallography, heat treatment, ultrasonic testing

Contact information:

apl. Prof. Dr.-Ing. Michael Seidenfuß E-Mail
Maximilian Friedrich, M. Sc. E-Mail
 

Link to C@MPUS

 

apl. Prof. Dr.-Ing. Michael Seidenfuß

  1. Basics of materials science
    • Structure of a crystalline solid
    • Alloy formation
    • Thermally activated processes
    • Strengthening mechanisms
  2. Materials testing
    • Tensile test, hardness testing, Wöhler fatigue test, creep test, notch impact test, metallography
  3. Materials groups
    • Metals
    • Polymers
    • Ceramics
    • Composite materials
    • Functional materials
  4. Environmental influences
  5. Strength calculation and material laws
    • State of stress
    • State of strain
    • Basic case of loading
    • Strength hypotheses
    • Non-linear-elastic material behaviour
    • Safety case

Practical training:

  1.  Thermal analyse
  2.  Notch impact test
  3.  Hardness test
  4.  Tensile test
  5.  Fatigue strength tests
  6.  Corrosion
  7.  Metallography
  8.  Thermal treatment
  9.  Ultrasonic test

Contact information:

apl. Prof. Dr.-Ing. Michael Seidenfuß E-Mail
Maximilian Friedrich, M. Sc. E-Mail
 

Link to C@MPUS

apl. Prof. Dr.-Ing. Michael Seidenfuß

 

General information:

Please note the information about filling out the test form:
Prüfungshinweise

  • Basics of materials science
    • Structure of a crystalline solid
    • Alloy formation
    • Thermally activated processes
    • Strengthening mechanisms
  • Materials testing
    • Tensile test, hardness testing, Wöhler fatigue test, creep test, notch impact test, metallography
  • Materials groups
    • Metals
    • Polymers
    • Ceramics
    • Composite materials
    • Functional materials
  • Environmental influences
  • Strength calculation and material laws
    • State of stress
    • State of strain
    • Basic case of loading
    • Strength hypotheses
    • Non-linear-elastic material behaviour
    • Safety case

Contact information:

apl. Prof. Dr.-Ing. Michael Seidenfuß E-Mail
Maximilian Friedrich, M. Sc. E-Mail
 

Link to C@MPUS

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Stefan Weihe / apl. Prof. Dr.-Ing. Michael Seidenfuß

This module is offered in the summer semester.

Contents:

  1. Materials in lightweight construction
  2. Strength calculation
  3. Construction principles
  4. Stability problems: buckling and dents
  5. Connection technology
  6. Dependability
  7. Recycling

Contact information:

apl. Prof. Dr.-Ing. Michael Seidenfuß E-Mail
Moritz Käß, M.Sc. E-Mail
 

Link to C@MPUS

Prof. Dr. rer. nat. Dr. h. c. Siegfried Schmauder

This module is offered in the summer semester.

Contents:

  1. Basics
    • Dislocation theory
    • Plasticity
    • Increase in strength
  2. Mechanical behaviour
    • Static stress
    • Vibratory stress
    • Creep behaviour
  3. Material law
    • Mathematical principles
    • Elastic-plastic material behaviour
    • Viscoelastic material behaviour
  4. New materials
    • Ceramics
    • Polymers
    • Composite materials

Contact information:

Prof. Dr. rer. nat. Dr. h. c. Siegfried Schmauder
Dr.-Ing. Peter Binkele E-Mail
 

Link to C@MPUS

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Stefan Weihe

This module is offered in the summer semester

Contents:
 
  1. Material-mechanical basics
    • Failure modes in cyclic loading
    • Basics of materials science
    • Cyclic crack formation and growth
    • Influencing factors on the durability
  2. Experimental testing methods
    • Material properties
    • Single step and multi step tests
    • Component tests with actual stresses
  3. Calculation methods
    • Fatigue stress diagrams
    • Nominal stress concept
    • Notch stress concept
    • Local concept
    • Operational stability concept
    • Fracture mechanical concept
    • Standardisation and regulations
    • Durability and probability of default
  4. Operational stability concept in vehicle constructions
    • General approach
    • Particular concepts in vehicle construction
    • Optimization possibilities

Contact information:

Alexandra Oßwald, M.Sc. E-Mail
Florian Fehringer, M.Sc. E-Mail
 

Link to C@MPUS

apl. Prof. Dr.-Ing. Michael Seidenfuß

Contents:
 
  • Structure of technical metals
  • Metal alloys
  • Mechanical behaviour of metals
  • Metallic materials for implants
  • Corrosion
  • Tribology

Contact information:

apl. Prof. Dr.-Ing. Michael Seidenfuß E-Mail
Maximilian Friedrich, M. Sc. E-Mail

Link to C@MPUS

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