TU BRAUNSCHWEIG

Lectures


Winter Semester

Anwendung kommerzieller FE Software

After completing this class, students will be familiar with a typical commercial finite element (FE) software that is used both in industry and in academia for practical and research purposes ...

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Application of commercial FE Software (English)

After completing this class, students will be familiar with a typical commercial finite element (FE) software that is used both in industry and in academia for practical and research purposes ...

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Experimental Mechanics

An essential requirement for the understanding of load bearing mechanisms in materials as well as for the development of new innovative material models are experimental analyses of these materials. These ...

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Finite Elemente Methoden

The aim of this lecture is to provide a general introduction into the linear finite element method. In the first years, students of mechanical engineering learn the basic equations for ...

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Höhere Festigkeitslehre

After completing this module, students have acquired the knowledge of fundamental correlations between elasticity theory and the mathematical description for various shell structures and complex material behaviour.

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Kontinuumsmechanik 2 - Grundlagen

Attendees are able to describe the deformation state as well as the strain state of a continuum body. They know conventional stress tensors and are familiar with basic accounting equations and ...

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Plastizitätstheorie und Bruchmechanik

After completing this course attendees are aware of general computation and simulation methods in the field of plasticity and fracture mechanics. Further, they are familiar with different modelling techniques.

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Projektarbeit

If you are considering realising your project thesis in the field of mechanics and you are motivated for the modelling and characterisation of challenging materials, write us an email to ...

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Technische Mechanik 1

Upon completion of this class, students will be familiar with basic concepts and methods of statics and mechanics of materials. The course will put the students in a position to ...

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Summer Semester

Biomechanik weicher Gewebe

From a biological background students learn how to formulate mathematically biomechanical and biochemical processes of living materials. The understanding of biological processes is of special importance for the development and ...

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Computational Biomechanics

After completing this course attendees are familiar with the basic and advanced simulation techniques in biomechanics. Continuum models for the simulation of the nonlinear material behaviour of bones and muscles ...

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Kontinuumsmechanik 1 - Matrix- und Tensorrechnung

After completing this module, students have acquired the knowledge of basic calculus of vectors, matrixes and tensors, which are typically used in continuum mechanics and numerical methods.

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Kontinuumsmechanik und Materialtheorie

In this lecture, an introduction to the kinematics of deformable solid bodies is given. The balance equations of thermodynamics are derived for describing different material behaviours. Deformable bodies will be ...

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Nichtlineare FE - Theorie und Anwendung

In this course, students learn typical numerical techniques in the field of the nonlinear finite element methods. From the impulse balance equation used in classic mechanics, we discuss the need ...

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Polymere - Experiment & Simulation

Upon completion of this course attendees are familiar with basic and advanced simulation techniques in polymer mechanics and know different methods of modelling polymers.  Attendees will acquire knowledge of ...

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