Tutorial Design for Additive Manufacturing
|Lecturer||Prof. Dr. Alexander Kock|
DfAM is only creditable for industrial engineers in the 6cp elective course area of law and economics and not as a tutorial in mechanical engineering.
Please contact Jadena Bechtel for registration.
|Kick-Off||The lecation and time will be announced via moodle|
|Scope||6 CP, 4 SWS|
|Tutorial performance||Report including all results and presentation with discussion|
|Content||In the tutorial, you will explore potentials from the perspectives of the departments of mechanical engineering, electrical engineering, civil engineering and economics in the context the manufacturing technology of additive manufacturing and which effects this technology has on products. Here, the thematic focal points include function integration, topology optimization, optimization of electronic components and effects of the manufacturing process on business models.The participating students first deepen the contents of the introductory course by means of provided material and then apply them in teams on the superordinate example of a wind turbine. An existing CAD data set of a wind turbine is used for this purpose, on which an exercise is carried out for each of the above-mentioned focal points. Software such as Siemens NX or INSPIRE is used to support the modelling and simulation of individual areas of the wind turbine required to complete the exercise tasks. The results of the exercise tasks are then printed using 3D printers, so that at the end of the tutorial each team has a functioning wind turbine on which the potential of additive manufacturing has been demonstrated. Further information can be found on this slide (wird in neuem Tab geöffnet).|
|Literature||Will be announced during the lectures|