Concept and case studies 2018
Additive Manufacturing (AM) is a technology that can be used to increase the function and efficiency of designs. One of the limiting factors in adoption are design studies with relevant empirical data that show performance enhancements. The idea of this project is to develop generic design studies that are relevant to the members´ application needs, run analysis, collect performance data and report the benefits. Thus, the project idea is adapted year by year with facing new challenges or harnessing further potentials of AM.
The areas for consideration in 2018 are:
- Influencing magnetic flow
- Optimizing damping properties
After clarification of tasks, for both areas research will be done on fundamental effects and the implications of using additive manufacturing. Experimental tests as well as simulation models will be set up to determine the best possible use of the new possibilities of AM. Optimization of geometries will be supported by computer-aided approaches for simulation and optimization. The basic research will be used to deduce active principles for densify the research on a comprehensible level. The results both of research and definition of active principles will be verified in case studies derived from actual products of DMRC partners. The results show potential success stories of additive manufacturing in terms of influencing magnetic flow and optimized damping properties that can be used to inspire design engineers.
- Further project information
Project status 01/18 - 12/18 Project duration 12 months Funding
100 % DMRC industry partner
Research leader Prof. Dr.-Ing. Rainer Koch (CIK)
Prof. Dr.-Ing. Detmar Zimmer (KAt)
Project coordinator Steffen Fischer (John Deere) Research assistant Sebastian Magerkohl, M.Sc. Partner DMRC Industry Partner
Prof. Dr.-Ing. Rainer Koch, (bis 31.03.2022)
Computeranwendung und Integration in Konstruktion und Planung (bis 2022)
Sebastian Magerkohl, M.Sc.
Design technology (function integration)
Mo, 12:30 - 13:30 Uhr im Büro P1.3.23