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Manufacturing and Materials Technology (FWT)

Motivation and aim

Product design is one of the core fields of engineering. As component properties are considerably influenced by manufacturing processes, there is an increasing need to take an interdisciplinary approach to this task, drawing on product design, production and materials technology. The design process must be geared towards these properties, which are influenced by individual machining steps throughout the whole process from raw materials or semi-finished products through to the finished product itself. Since these processes are highly developed, the challenges in this field mainly fall within the scope of production engineering research. The main focus of Manufacturing and Materials Technology is the development and optimisation of processes and process chains in manufacturing and materials technology including production-related component properties. To cover all aspects, Manufacturing and Materials Technology is subdivided into the two fields of expertise.


Contact:
Prof. Dr.-Ing. habil. Volker Schulze
Dr.-Ing. Frederik Zanger


 Mitarbeiter Fertigungs- und Werkstofftechnik
Processes Surface Engineering

Manufacturing processes

  • Machining
    Focus: broaching, skiving, whirling
  • Micro processing
  • Additive manufacturing
  • Heat and surface treatment

Process planning and control

  • Cooling and lubrication concepts
  • In-process control
  • Simulation of processes and -chains
  • Process-component-machine interaction

Surface states

  • Topography
  • Microstructure
  • Residual stresses
  • Work hardening
  • Simulation of surface states

Component behavior

  • Fatique behavior
  • Tribological stress
  • Simulation of component behavior

 

Research Projects:

International Research Training Group CoDiCoFRP
Integrierte Entwicklung kontinuierlich-diskontinuierlich langfaserverstärkter Polymerstrukturen
M.Sc. Marielouise Zaiß
01.04.2015 -
30.04.2018
GeWinDe
Effizientes Gewinde-Wirbeln durch synchrones Drehen – GeWinDe
M.Sc. Stefan Klotz
01.08.2014 -
31.07.2017
Graduiertenkolleg 1483
Prozessketten in der Fertigung: Wechselwirkung, Modellbildung und Bewertung von Prozesszonen
Dr.-Ing. Frederik Zanger
01.04.2012 -
30.09.2017

Selected Topics of the Research Field Manufacturing and Materials Technology (FWT)