Simon Kosse

Simon Kosse
Ruhr-Universität Bochum | RUB · Computational Engineering

Master of Science

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The automation of production processes has made enormous progress in recent years through modern communication and information technologies. Through continuous intelligent networking of components, machines, and processes in Industry 4.0 (I4.0), the production of precast concrete elements can be carried out more efficiently in terms of both time an...
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Digital twin for the automated production of precast concrete elements. Using precast concrete elements in construction has many advantages, such as cost and planning reliability, precision, and efficiency. In most cases, the production of precast concrete elements is not fully automated. There are many manual work steps that prevent a further incr...
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Modularized construction with precast concrete elements has many advantages, such as shorter construction times, higher quality, flexibility, and lower costs. These advantages are mainly due to its potential for prefabrication and series production. However, the production processes are still craftsmanship, and automation rarely occurs. Fundamental...
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Building Information Modeling (BIM) is increasingly used throughout the construction industry as a crucial tool for project management. In order to use BIM throughout the entire life cycle of a building, aspects of production, maintenance and renovation of the structure must not be neglected, especially if the share of industrial prefabrication wit...
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Renewable solar energy systems are often situated in dry, desert regions with high solar radiation. A considerable amount of aeolian dust and sand transport must be expected due to daily local winds and frequent strong wind events, e.g. dust storms. The deposition and agglomeration of sand material can lead to a considerable shadowing of the solar...

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Combination of current Building Information Modelling concepts with methods from Industry 4.0 that enable self-organised and decentralised production through the use of automated manufacturing technologies. - Development of suitable descriptions for digital twins of precast concrete elements. - Development of a consistent and adaptable data and interaction model for the industrialised, decentralised production of precast concrete modules. - Definition of the requirements for function and quality, taking into account the possible uncertainties during production.