Master

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.

The master course of studies

Lecturer:

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Stefan Weihe

Latest news:

This module is offered in the winter semester.

Contents:

  • Stress and deformation states
  • Stability hypotheses for static and vibratory stresses
  • Material behaviour with different types of stresses
  • Safety verifications
  • Strength calculation for static stress
  • Strength calculation for vibratory stress
  • Calculation of pressure vessels
  • Strength calculation for thermal stress
  • Fracture mechanics
  • Strength calculations of fibre composites

Contact information:

Martin Hankele, M.Sc. E-Mail

 

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Lecturer:

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

Latest news:

This module is offered in the winter semester.

General information

Contents:

  • Elasticity theory
  • Voltage related functions
  • Energy methods
  • Difference equations
  • Finite elements method
  • Basics of elastic-plastic material behaviour
  • Load-factor method
  • Gleitlinientheorie
  • Multi-scale simulation

Contact information:

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

 

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Lecturer:

Dr.-Ing. Karl Berreth

Latest news:

This module is offered in the summer semester.

Contents:

  • Types of loading and failure modes
  • Materials testing (creep and fatigue)
  • Sets of rules and policies
  • Load-dependent damage mechanisms
  • Materials in power plant construction
  • Material laws and material models
  • Stresses of high temperature components
  • Status and injury analysis of high temperature components

Comprehension questions for this lecture can be downloaded here:

Contact information:

Dr.-Ing. Karl Berreth E-Mail
Secretary for student affairs E-Mail

 

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Lecturer:

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

Latest news:

This module is offered in the summer semester.

Contents:

  • Materials in light weight construction
  • Strength calculation
  • Construction principles
  • Stability problems: buckling and dents
  • Joining technology
  • Reliability
  • Recycling

Contact information:

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

 

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Lecturer:

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Stefan Weihe

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

 

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Lecturer:

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Stefan Weihe

Latest news:

This module is offered in the winter semester.

Contents:

1. Introduction:
·  History
·  What is additive manufacturing
·  Areas of application

2. Process chain:
·  From CAD to the final product

3. Additive manufacturing – metallic materials
· Powder bed based procedures
· Mould welding process
· Materials basics
· Possibilities and potentials in construction
· Application
· Quality management
· Additive manufacturing – plastics
· Additive manufacturing processes for plastics
· Additive manufacturing – ceramics
· Additive manufacturing processes for ceramics

Contact information:

Moritz Käß, M.Sc. E-Mail
Secretary for student affairs E-Mail

 

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Lecturer:

Dr.-Ing. Ludwig Stumpfrock
apl. Prof. Dr.-Ing. Michael Seidenfuß

Latest news:

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:

Dr.-Ing. Ludwig Stumpfrock E-Mail
apl. Prof. Dr.-Ing. Michael Seidenfuß E-Mail
Secretary for student affairs E-Mail

 

 

 

 

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Lecturer:

apl. Prof. Dr.-Ing. Michael Seidenfuß / Dr.-Ing. Andreas Klenk

Latest news:

This module is offered in the winter semester.

Contents:

  1. Definition and structure of material laws
  2. Integration into finite elements applications
  3. Material laws
    • Static plasticity
    • Cyclic plasticity
    • Creep
    • Cyclic visco-plasticity
  4. Damage models
  5. Autonomous programming and implementing of a material model into a commercial finite elements program. Evaluation of the results.

Contact information:

apl. Prof. Dr.-Ing. Michael Seidenfuß E-Mail
Secretary for student affairs E-Mail

 

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Lecturer:

Dr.-Ing. Mathias Büttner

Latest news:

This module is offered in the winter semester.

Contents:

  • Definition and classification of damages
  • Damages through mechanical stresses
  • Damages through thermal stresses
  • Damages through corrosive stresses
  • Damages through tribological stresses

Contact information:

Secretary for student affairs E-Mail

 

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Lecturer:

Dr.-Ing. Michael Zürn

Latest news:

This module is offered in the summer semester.

Contents:

  • Materials/forming technologies
  • Joining processes
  • Automated manufacturing in shell construction
  • Automated manufacturing in final assembly
  • Challenges in body construction caused by the required CO emissions

Contact information:

Secretary for student affairs E-Mail

 

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Lecturer:

Dipl.-Ing. Martin Werz

Latest news:

This module is offered in the summer semester.

Contents:

  1. Technical meaning of welding technology and material related processes during the welding of metallic materials
    • Structural changes
    • Welding faults
    • Internal stresses
    • Suitability of welding
  2. Welding
    • WIG, Mig-Mag, UP, E-Hand
    • laser beam-, electron beam-, plasma-, friction stir-, resistance spot welding
  3. Strength behaviour of welded components
    • failure under different types of stress
    • interpretation and calculation
  4. Damages in welded constructions
  5. Quality assurance in welding technology
    • Non-destructive testing
    • Requirements, training and sets of rules

Contact information:

Dipl.-Ing. Martin Werz E-Mail
Secretary for student affairs E-Mail

 

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Lecturers:

apl. Prof. Dr.-Ing. Michael Seidenfuß (Materials Modelling/ WiSe)

Dr.-Ing. Andreas Klenk (Materials Modelling/ WiSe)

Dr.-Ing. Ludwig Stumpfrock (Strength of Materials II/ SoSe)

Dr.-Ing. Mathias Büttner (Component Failure Analysis/ WiSe)

Dipl.-Ing. Martin Werz (Joining Technology/ SoSe)

Latest news:

This module is offered in the summer semester.

Contents:

This module’s content is divided into materials based and calculation based lectures.
Those lectures complement each other.
The students have to choose one lecture based on calculation and one lecture based on materials to ensure this complement.

Lectures based on calculation:

Lecture 1 - Materials Modelling, WiSe

apl. Prof. Dr.-Ing. Michael Seidenfuß / Dr.-Ing. Andreas Klenk

  1. Definition and structure of material laws
  2. Integration into finite elements applications
  3. Material laws
    • Static plasticity
    • Cyclic plasticity
    • Creep
    • Cyclic visco-plasticity
  4. Damage models
  5. Autonomous programming and implementing of a material model into a commercial finite elements program. Evaluation of the results.

Lecture 2 - Strength of materials, SoSe

Dr.-Ing. Ludwig Stumpfrock

  1. Fracture-mechanical component analysis
    • Linear-elastic fracture mechanics
    • Elastic-plastic fracture mechanics
    • Cyclic crack growth
    • Parameter identification
    • Standardisation and sets of rules
    • Application to components
  2. Component analysis for cyclic load
  3. Component analysis with finite elements simulations

 

Lectures based on materials:

Lecture 3 - Damage Science, WiSe

Dr.-Ing. Mathias Büttner

  1. Definition and classification of damages
  2. Damages through mechanical stresses
  3. Damages through thermal stresses
  4. Damages through corrosive stresses
  5. Damages through tribological stresses

Lecture 4 - Welding Technology, SoSe

Dipl.-Ing. Martin Werz

  1. Technical meaning of welding technology and material related processes during the welding of metallic materials
    • Structural changes
    • Welding faults
    • Internal stresses
    • Suitability of welding
  2. Welding
    • WIG, Mig-Mag, UP, E-Hand
    • laser beam-, electron beam-, plasma-, friction stir-, resistance spot welding
  3. Strength behaviour of welded components
    • failure under different types of stress
    • interpretation and calculation
  4. Damages in welded constructions
  5. Quality assurance in welding technology
    • Non-destructive testing
    • Requirements, training and sets of rules

Contact information:

apl. Prof. Dr.-Ing. Michael Seidenfuß (Materials Modelling/ WiSe)  E-Mail
Dr.-Ing. Ludwig Stumpfrock (Strength of Materials II/ SoSe)  E-Mail
Dipl.-Ing. Martin Werz (Joining Technology/ SoSe)  E-Mail
Secretary for student affairs E-Mail

 

Link to C@MPUS

In the winter semester 2019/20 there will be the following APMB-experiments:

-  22.10.2019 - strain measurements with strain gauges
-  23.10.2019 - fracture appearance
- 19.11.2019 -  methods of non-destructive materials testing
- 02.12.2019 - 
molecular dynamics

Application as of 14.10.2019 on C@mpus - until respectively two days before the date

Maximum attendance:
30 students per experiment, divided into two groups

Start:   Group 1: 1.00 p.m.
            Group 2: 3.00 p.m.

Place:   Pfaffenwaldring 32 – you can find information regarding the meeting points on ILIAS

Documents for preparation:
            After the application, you find documents for the experiments on ILIAS.

 

Contact information:

Secretary for student affairs E-Mail
 

Link to C@MPUS

The laboratory for Majors in Strength of Materials will take place from the 4th of November until the 7th 2019.

Registration period: 14.10.2019, 8.00 a.m. until 20.10.2019, 8.00 p.m. on C@mpus

The experiments will take place from 1.30 p.m. until approx. 4.30 p.m. in Pfaffenwaldring 32.
Shortly, you will find more details here.

Contact information:

Secretary for student affairs E-Mail
 

Link to C@MPUS

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