4 to 12 months
According to German TVöD 5
In many industrial sectors reduced weight of primary or secondary structures is an important design objective. Additive layer manufacturing (ALM) allows going to completely new designs like bionic optimized structures which was not possible or not cost effective in the past. So far, structures manufactured by ALM are used more for complex secondary structures. Possible reasons are that during the manufacturing process the quality of the material might not be equality distributed of the complete structure or defects such as inherent process-induced distortions and residual stresses impede the application of 3D printed parts. One main driver for the aforementioned defects is the high processing temperature resulting in significant temperature gradients within the part. Therefore, the objective of the work is the simulation of the manufacturing process and the analysis of the effect of temperature on residual stresses and distortions using the finite element software ABAQUS.
To that, following tasks are to process:
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Prof. Dr. Richard Degenhardt
Institute of Composite Structures and Adaptive Systems
Phone: +49 531 295-3059