Markus Edwin Schatz

Markus Edwin Schatz
DHBW Ravensburg · Digital Engineering

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One of the ongoing tasks in space structure testing is the vibration test, in which a given structure is mounted onto a shaker and excited by a certain input load on a given frequency range, in order to reproduce the rigor of launch. These vibration tests need to be conducted in order to ensure that the devised structure meets the expected loads of...
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3D printing is recently gaining attention, yet only few researchers address underlying design principles such as minimal thickness to shape ratio; even though they are essential to industrial applications. The authors outline an optimization and verification approach considering structural aspects such as stiffness and strength as well as producibi...
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In industry, manufacturing has a huge imprint on structural design; which particularly holds for composites. This is caused by complex interaction of geometry, process parameters and material quantities e.g., fiber orientation. This interaction yields a wide variety of feasible designs, which severely differ in costs and structural performance, mea...
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Carbon-fiber-reinforced polymers are gaining ground; high mass-specific stiffness and strength properties in fiber direction are commonly identified as reasons. Nonetheless, there are great challenges unleashing the entire light-weight potential. For instance, the multitude of parameters (e.g. fiber orientations), also being linked with each other...
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Excellent corrosion resistance and high specific properties make fiber-reinforced polymer composite piping an attractive choice for various industries. In previous research an optimization approach was developed in order to provide design guidance with respect to the composite piping fiber architecture and material system. The objective was to meet...
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Chopper disks are commonly used in neutron Time–of–Flight (TOF) spectroscopy. Such disks have one or more cut–outs and rotate around an axis parallel to the neutron beam, reaching operational speeds of up to . In order to achieve an increase in rotational speed, three aspects were investigated. First, the impact of mass distribution on the dynamica...
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Filament-wound fiber-reinforced polymer composite piping has excellent corrosion resistance and high specific properties, which makes it an attractive choice for various industries. Another attractive aspect of composite piping is the ability to select fiber architectures and material systems to meet design specification and maximize performance wh...

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