Fiona Schulte

Fiona Schulte

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Additive manufacturing (AM) offers a variety of potentials, especially the fabrication of lattice and cellular structures. The properties of lattices and cells can be influenced on purpose by designing their defined structure. To utilise the potentials in applications, it is important to identify them and point out possible applications with succes...
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During the development of load-carrying systems uncertainty caused by nescience can be handled applying resilience design. With this systematic approach, in addition to robust design, resilient system properties can be achieved. The resilience design methodology comprises new and extended models and methods. The central aspect of resilient properti...
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The resilience paradigm constitutes that systems can overcome arbitrary system failures and recover quickly. This paradigm has already been applied successfully in multiple disciplines outside the engineering domain. For the development and design of engineering systems the realization of this resilience concept is more challenging and often leads...
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Sensing machine elements offer the potential to upgrade conventional machine elements by extending their primary function to be able to measure a quantity of interest at its point of origin in a technical system, the so-called in situ measurement. To ensure the functionality of these next generation machine elements, special attention must be paid...
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Uncertainty affects all phases of the product life cycle of technical systems, from design and production to their usage, even beyond the phase boundaries. Its identification, analysis and representation are discussed in the previous chapter. Based on the gained knowledge, our specific approach on mastering uncertainty can be applied. These approac...
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This chapter describes three general strategies to master uncertainty in technical systems: robustness, flexibility and resilience. It builds on the previous chapters about methods to analyse and identify uncertainty and may rely on the availability of technologies for particular systems, such as active components. Robustness aims for the design of...
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Unter Verwendung der additiven Fertigung lassen sich Bauteile mit komplexen Geometrien herstellen. Die hieraus resultierenden gestalterischen Freiheiten wie Hinterschneidungen, Hohlräume oder das Einbringen gezielter Porosität können zur Erweiterung des Lösungsraums in der Produktentwicklung verwendet werden. Um die Erweiterung des Lösungsraums sys...
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Resilient systems have the capability to survive and recover from seriously affecting events. Resilience engineering already is established for socio-economic organisations and extended network-like structures e. g. supply systems like power grids. Transferring the known principles and concepts used in these disciplines enables engineering resilien...
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Environmental requirements to reduce CO 2 emissions and the drive towards higher efficiencies have resulted in increased operating temperatures in gas turbines. Subsequently, Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEMs) require improved component design and material selection to withstand the harsher conditions. This demands rapid evaluation of new compo...
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Zur Massereduktion und Erhöhung der spezifischen Steifigkeit einer Portalfräsmaschine wird die Gestalt des Maschinenschlittens verbessert und ein Materialwechsel der Strukturbauteile des Schlittens von Aluminium zu Faser-Kunststoff-Verbunden durchgeführt. Um einen starken Anstieg der Fertigungskosten zu vermeiden, wird in Differentialbauweise aus v...
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Environmental requirements to reduce CO2 emissions and the drive towards higher efficiencies have resulted in increased operating temperatures in gas turbines. Subsequently, OEMs require improved component design and material selection to withstand the harsher conditions. This demands rapid evaluation of new components and their surface temperature...