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1 Modulbezeichnung: ggf. Kürzel DDM 101 Numerical Methods in CAE DDM-NM ggf. Untertitel ggf. Lehrveranstaltungen: CAE Methods and Algorithms Numerical Mathematics Semester: 1 Modulverantwortliche(r): Dozent(in): Sprache: Zuordnung zum Curriculum Lehrform/SWS: Arbeitsaufwand: Kreditpunkte: Voraussetzungen: Lernziele/Kompetenzen: Inhalt: Studien- /Prüfungsleistungen: Prof. Dr. Stahl Prof. Dr. Stahl N.N. English Master DDM, compulsory, 1st semester CAE Methods and Algorithms: Lecture, 2 SWS Numerical Mathematics: Lecture, 2 SWS Time of attendance: 45 h Home study: 45 h Revision: 30 h 4 Cr Mathematics from the Bachelor studies The student knows various methods of engineering mathematics; this includes understanding their pros and cons and, certainly, their limits. Key aspects underlying most of the covered topics are approximation and numerical methods. Advanced topics on matrices Numerical methods for solving linear and nonlinear equations / equation systems Taylor series and Fourier series Numerical methods for ordinary differential equations Written exam, 90 minutes

2 Medienformen: Literatur: Overhead transparencies, ppt presentations, computer software. Lecture Documents

3 Modulbezeichnung: DDM 102 Design and Development 1 ggf. Kürzel DDM-DD1 ggf. Untertitel ggf. Lehrveranstaltungen: Design Methodology Ecologic and Economic Design Reliability Semester: 1 Modulverantwortliche(r): Dozent(in): Sprache: Zuordnung zum Curriculum Lehrform/SWS: Arbeitsaufwand: Kreditpunkte: Voraussetzungen: Lernziele/Kompetenzen: Prof. Dr. A. Friedrich Prof. Dr. A. Friedrich Prof. Dr. A. Fritz N.N. English Master DDM, compulsory, 1st semester Design Methodology: Lecture, 2 SWS Ecologic and Economic Design: Lecture, 2 SWS Reliability: Lecture, 2 SWS Time of attendance: 70 h Home study: 70 h Revision: 40 h Design Methodology: 2Cr Ecologic and Economic Design: 2Cr Reliability: 2Cr Bachelor Degree in Automotive or Mechanical Engineering The aim of the module is to demonstrate the value of applying a methodological structured design and development process for state of the art products, to build up skills and understanding of ecologic and economic product design and to provide an introduction to the methods and to tools used to determine the reliability of components and of engineering systems.

4 Inhalt: Design Methodology Design Constraints; General methods for finding and evaluating solutions/alternatives; Setting requirements; The design process (design- and manufacturing phases, V-Cycle, gate reviews, ); Change and configuration management Case studies Ecologic and Economic Design: Eco-Design methods (including the 10 Golden Rules). The relationship between Eco-Design and Design for Sustainability; The principles of design for manufacture and assembly; The conflict between eco-design, design for manufacture and design for assembly; Practical examples. Reliability: Definition, significance and overview of reliability, techniques in the product development and in the product life cycle; statistics, probability theory, life time distribution, reliability of systems; FMEA; Boolean system theory; Proof of reliability, planning of tests, collecting field data; Availability of systems; Repairable systems; Reliability software; Markov theory; Practical examples. Studien- /Prüfungsleistungen: Medienformen: Written exam, 120 minutes Power point presentations / overhead transparencies / sketches on blackboard/ paper copies / audio-visual material

5 Literatur: Lecturer documents

6 Modulbezeichnung: ggf. Kürzel DDM 103 Advanced Strength of Materials DDM-ASOM ggf. Untertitel ggf. Lehrveranstaltungen: Lightweight Design Advanced Finite Element Method Semester: 1 Modulverantwortliche(r): Dozent(in): Sprache: Zuordnung zum Curriculum Lehrform/SWS: Arbeitsaufwand: Kreditpunkte: Voraussetzungen: Lernziele/Kompetenzen: Inhalt: Prof. Dr.-Ing. Greuling Prof. Dr.-Ing. Greuling N.N. English Master DDM, compulsory, 1st semester Lightweight Design: Lecture, 4 SWS Advanced Finite Element Method: Lecture with Lab Exercises, 2 SWS Time of attendance: 70 h Home study: 70 h Revision: 40 h Light Weight Design: 4 Cr Advanced Finite Element Method: 2 Cr Fundamentals of strength of materials; Materials science; Engineering mechanics; Design and Finite Element Method Knowledge of methods and design principles for a load carrying capacity and a stiffness oriented design considering the external loading, boundary conditions and material behaviour of lightweight structures. Understanding and ability to apply advanced Finite Element Analysis in the design cycle to calculate stresses, strains and stiffness of structures including nonlinear material and geometry behaviour. Lightweight Design:

7 Principles and objectives of lightweight design Thin walled profiles (Beams) Plates and shells Stability problems Selected examples of lightweight design Advanced Finite Element Method: Theoretical background of FEM, fundamental equations, numerical accuracy and convergence, applications and influence of boundary conditions, nonlinearity (material, geometry and contact) lab exercises Studien- /Prüfungsleistungen: Medienformen: Literatur: Written exam, 120 minutes Advanced Finite Element Method: Individual semester project Tablet PC, Overhead transparencies / paper copies, ppt presentations, audiovisual material, computer software, e-learning platform Moodle Lecture Documents

8 Modulbezeichnung: DDM 104 Vibrations and Acoustics 1 ggf. Kürzel DDM-VA1 ggf. Untertitel ggf. Lehrveranstaltungen: Vibration and Acoustics Measurement Laboratory Vibration and Acoustics Measurement Semester: 1 Modulverantwortliche(r): Dozent(in): Sprache: Prof. Dr. Berkemer Prof. Dr. Berkemer Prof. Dr. Käß Dipl.-Ing. (FH) Vogt N.N. English Zuordnung zum Master DDM, compulsory, 1st semester Curriculum Lehrform/SWS: Vibration and Acoustics Measurement: Lecture, 2 SWS Laboratory Vibration and Acoustics Measurement: Laboratory, 2 SWS Arbeitsaufwand: Kreditpunkte: Voraussetzungen: Lernziele/Kompetenzen: Inhalt: Time of attendance: 45 h Home study: 45 h Revision: 30 h Vibration and Acoustics Measurement: 2 Cr Laboratory Vibration and Acoustics Measurement: 2 Cr Basic knowledge of measurement techniques Knowledge of measurement techniques for vibration and acoustics Ability to implement and conduct vibration tests and to interpret measurement data Vibration and Acoustics Measurement: vibration measurement by mechanical means, vibration measurement by interferometric and holographic means, acoustic noise measurement,

9 analysis of dynamic signals. Laboratory Vibration and Acoustics Measurement: Optical basics, Holographic methods, speckle interferometer, laser vibrometer. Studien- /Prüfungsleistungen: Medienformen: Literatur: Written exam, 90 minutes Lab reports and tests Overhead transparencies / paper copies, ppt presentations, audiovisual material, computer software. Lecture Documents

10 Modulbezeichnung: ggf. Kürzel DDM 105 Integrity of Structures DDM-IOS ggf. Untertitel ggf. Lehrveranstaltungen: Integrity of Structures Laboratory Integrity of Structures Failure Analysis Semester: 1 Modulverantwortliche(r): Dozent(in): Sprache: Zuordnung zum Curriculum Lehrform/SWS: Arbeitsaufwand: Kreditpunkte: Voraussetzungen: Lernziele/Kompetenzen: Prof. Dr.-Ing. Häfele Prof. Dr.-Ing. Häfele Prof. Dr.-Ing. Issler English Master DDM, compulsory, 1st semester Integrity of Structures: Lecture 3 SWS Laboratory Integrity of Structures, 1 SWS Failure Analysis: Lecture with lab exercises, 2 SWS Time of attendance: 70 h Home study: 70 h Revision: 40 h Integrity of Structures: 3 Cr Laboratory Integrity of Structures: 1 Cr Failure Analysis: 2 Cr Fundamentals of strength of materials; Fundamentals of engineering mechanics Fundamentals of material science. Mathematics: Basic knowledge of statistics Knowledge of advanced methods to evaluate the operational safety and integrity of engineering/car structures under static and cyclic loading; ability to predict the fatigue life of structures under random loads using advanced concepts (nominal stress concept, local strain concept, fracture mechanics concept); knowledge of the basics about fatigue behaviour under complex multiaxial loading; ability to apply fracture mechanics to cracked structures; ability to apply software tools for a

11 numerical life time prediction; understanding of the reasons, characteristics and types of failures, the principles and methodology of failure investigation and learning how to prevent failures. Inhalt: Integrity of Structures: Safety of structures, design concepts for static loading, nominal stress concept for cyclic loading, local stress concept for cyclic loading, local strain concept for cyclic loading, fracture mechanics, multiaxial fatigue loading fatigue in the very high cycle regime application of numerical tools for the life time prediction, lab exercises. Failure Analysis : Reasons for failures, methods of failure analysis, concepts of failure avoidance, characteristics of failures, selected problems, practical examples and lab exercises. Studien- /Prüfungsleistungen: Medienformen: Literatur: Written exam, 120 minutes Lab reports and tests Handout, class notes, computer software for life time prediction Dowling, N. E.: Mechanical Behavior of Materials. Prentice Hall, 1993 Bannantine, J. A., Comer, J. J., Handrock, J. L.: Fundamentals of Metal Fatigue Analysis, Prentice Hall, 1990 Collins, J. A., Failure of Materials in Mechanical Design. Analysis, Prediction, Prevention. John Wiley & Sons, 1993 Hertzberg, R. W.: Deformation and Fracture Mechanics of Engineering Materials, John Wiley and Sons, 1996

12 Modulbezeichnung: ggf. Kürzel DDM 106 Dynamics DDM-DYN ggf. Untertitel ggf. Lehrveranstaltungen: Multi Body Systems Simulation of Multi Body Systems Semester: 1 Modulverantwortliche(r): Dozent(in): Sprache: Zuordnung zum Curriculum Lehrform/SWS: Arbeitsaufwand: Kreditpunkte: Voraussetzungen: Lernziele/Kompetenzen: Inhalt: Prof. Dr. Gipser Prof. Dr. Gipser N.N. English Master DDM, compulsory, 1st semester Multi Body Systems: Lecture, 2 SWS Simulation of Multi Body Systems: Virtual Lab, 2 SWS Time of attendance: 45 h Home study: 45 h Revision: 30 h Multi Body Systems: 2 Cr Simulation of Multi Body Systems: 2 Cr Fundamentals of engineering mechanics; momentum, angular momentum, energy conservation Mathematics: matrix algebra, vector geometry, basic knowledge in ordinary differential equations Programming: basic knowledge, preferably in Matlab or C 1. Knowledge of the role and range of application of multi-body dynamics within CAE 2. Understanding the minimum required theoretical foundations 3. Ability to model and simulate multi-body systems with commercial software 4. Gaining experience with numerical methods and specialties related to MBS 1. Foundations and applications of multi-body dynamics, structure and functionality of multi-body software. Kinematics, equilibrium points (static), dynamics, inverse dynamics, linearization, modal analysis, optimization 2. Notation. Kinematics of free bodies: point mass, rigid body, flexible body. Position, velocity, acceleration. Angular orientation descriptions: transformation matrices, Euler angles, cardan angles, quaternions. Kinematic equations of rotation 3. Rigid body kinetics. Newton-Euler equations. Inertia tensor. Inertial and body-fixed description. State-space description of multi-body systems

13 4. Force elements. Spring, damper, bushing, force elements with inner dynamics, contacts 5. Kinematic constraints. Constraint functions. Degrees of freedom. Jacobian. Basic types of joints and linkages Small Matlab programs, being developed during the lectures, illustrate all theoretical foundations. A short introduction into Matlab is given if required Lab exercises: 1. Multi-body systems analysis using Adams, using examples of vehicle suspension analysis 2. Completion and application of a multi-body block-set for Simulink Studien-/Prüfungsleistungen: Medienformen: Multi Body Systems: Written exam, 90 minutes Simulation of Multi Body Systems: semester project, developed during virtual lab exercises PPT/blackboard presentation, paper copies, on-line programming and software demos, computer software (Matlab/Simulink and Adams), example programs Literatur: Nikravesh, P. E.: Computer-Aided Analysis of Mechanical Systems. Prentice Hall 1988 Several Adams tutorials Matlab student edition

14 Modulbezeichnung: ggf. Kürzel DDM 201 Advanced Materials Technology DDM-AMT ggf. Untertitel ggf. Lehrveranstaltungen: Advanced Engineering Materials Surface Technology Composites Semester: 2 Modulverantwortliche(r): Dozent(in): Sprache: Zuordnung zum Curriculum Lehrform/SWS: Arbeitsaufwand: Kreditpunkte: Voraussetzungen: Lernziele/Kompetenzen: Prof. Dr. Weise Prof. Dr. Fischer Prof. Dr. Guth Prof. Dr. Weise Prof. Ph.D. C.V. White (Kettering University) N.N. English Master DDM, compulsory, 2n semester Advanced Engineering Materials: Lecture and Exercises, 2 SWS Surface Technology: Lecture, 2 SWS Composites: Lecture, 2 SWS Time of attendance: 70 h Home study: 70 h Revision: 40 h Advanced Engineering Materials: 2 Cr Surface Technology: 2 Cr Composites: 2 Cr Basic knowledge in the nature, behaviour and processing of construction materials and in material science: metals and alloys, especially steels and polymers The course gives detailed knowledge of high strength materials like modern steels and composite materials for light weight design, the specific selection and intelligent application of materials and processes for automotive and mechanical parts. Basics of corrosion and wear mechanism and surface protection processes

15 (ECD, spray technologies, PVD, CVD etc.) will be covered. Inhalt: Advanced Engineering Materials: Modern steels in automotive application, HSLA- Dual Phase-, TRIP-, Complex phase-, Martensitic-, High Manganese steels. Cast materials and Superalloys for high temperature application. Case studies applying modern materials for example design of crash boxes. Surface Technology: Corrosion and wear mechanism, corrosion protection, stainless steels and their application. Thick and thin film coating, Electroplating, Non Electrolytic Deposition processes, Dip and Chemical Conversion coatings, CVD, PVD and Organic coatings Composite Materials: Studien- /Prüfungsleistungen: Medienformen: Literatur: Particles, fibers and polymer matrices Composites filled with particles Fiber reinforced composites Mechanical, thermal and electrical properties of composites Manufacturing of composites, fiber reinforced systems and their applications Written exam, 120 minutes Tablet PC, ppt presentations, Overhead transparencies, paper hand outs, audiovisual material, computer software. Lecture documents, Assignment documents, Power point presentations Berns, Theisen, Ferrous Materials, Ashby, Michael F., Jones, David R. H. Engineering Materials 1 and Engineering Materials 2 Askeland, Donald R., The Science and Engineering of Materials Ashby, Michael F., Materials Selection in Mechanical Design

16 Modulbezeichnung: DDM 202 Design and Development 2 ggf. Kürzel ggf. Untertitel ggf. Lehrveranstaltungen: Advanced CAD Design of experiments (DOE) Semester: 2 Modulverantwortliche(r): Dozent(in): Sprache: Zuordnung zum Curriculum Lehrform/SWS: Arbeitsaufwand: Kreditpunkte: Voraussetzungen: Lernziele/Kompetenzen: Prof. Dr. A. Friedrich Dr. N. Babel Prof. Dr. A. Fritz N.N. English Master DDM, compulsory, 2nd semester Advanced CAD: Lecture, 2 SWS Design of experiments: Lecture, 2 SWS Time of attendance: 70 h Home study: 70 h Revision: 40 h Advanced CAD: 2 Cr Design of experiments: 2 Cr Bachelor Degree in Automotive or Mechanical Engineering The aim of the module is to demonstrate the value of applying advanced CAD-Systems, to build up skills and understanding of Advanced CAD in product design and development. to provide an introduction to the advantages and methods of design of experiments and to tools used in design of experiments. Inhalt:

17 Advanced CAD: General introduction into CAD-Systems; Criteria for choosing a CAD System; Data exchange formats for CAD-models (e.g. IGES, Step, ); General introduction to in ProEngineer Revision 5.0 with practices. Special geometry; User defined Featrures (UDF); Parametric; Family tables with practices Mechanism; skeleton models; gearing mechanism with practical exercises, Background for surface models and working with the surface module with practices Design of experiments: General introduction into DoE, differences to experience-based test planning, execution and results of a DOE, Attempts plan: selection parameters to be investigated and result sizes, establishing the testing area Test plan designs: Overview DoE designs (factorial, response surface, mixture, optimal designs), selection of designs Creating designs with a DoE software tool Specific variables in the DoE: randomization, blocks replication, resolution / confounding Evaluation of experimental design results: effects and effect size, interactions, statistical tests in the DoE, review the validity Optimization calculation, prediction and confirmation tests: graphical representation of the effects of parameters, numerical optimization, predict outcomes, evaluation of test results confirm Studien- /Prüfungsleistungen: Medienformen: Literatur: Written exam, 60 minutes Advanced CAD: individual semester project Power point presentations / overhead transparencies / sketches on blackboard/ paper copies / audio-visual material / Computer exercises Lecturer documents Anderson, Mark J. ; Whitcomb, Patrick J.: DOE

18 Simplified : Practical Tools for Effective Experimentation. 2 Pap/Cdr. New York: Productivity Press, ISBN S Montgomery, Douglas C.: Design and Analysis of Experiments. 8. Auflage. : Wiley John + Sons, ISBN S Whitcomb, Patrick J: Response Surface Methods Simplified. Pap/Cdr. New York: Productivity Press, ISBN S

19 Modulbezeichnung: ggf. Kürzel DDM 203 Design for Manufacturing DDM-DFM ggf. Untertitel ggf. Lehrveranstaltungen: Production-orientated Product Design Product Life Cycle Management Semester: 2 Modulverantwortliche(r): Dozent(in): Sprache: Zuordnung zum Curriculum Lehrform/SWS: Arbeitsaufwand: Kreditpunkte: Voraussetzungen: Lernziele/Kompetenzen: Inhalt: Prof. Dr. Krüll Prof. Dr. Krüll Prof. Dr. Fischer Prof. Dr. Guth Prof. Dr. Friedrich N.N. English Master DDM, compulsory, 2nd semester Design for Manufacturing: Lecture, 6 SWS Product Life Cycle Management: Lecture plus Virtual Laboratory, 2 SWS Time of attendance: 90 h Home study: 90 h Revision: 60 h Design for Manufacturing: 6 Cr Product Life Cycle Management: 1 Cr Laboratory Product Life Cycle Management : 1 Cr Bachelor Degree in Automotive or Mechanical Engineering Knowledge and understanding of the total process of industrialization of a product; understanding of the main requirements for an efficient production to design-results and design processes. Production-orientated Product Design: Process-related design (cast-conformous, weldconformous );

20 Organization-related design (assemblies, design for lean production, joining techniques ). Product Life Cycle Management: Application of CAE techniques for product life cycle management. Studien- /Prüfungsleistungen: Medienformen: Literatur: Written exam, 120 minutes Laboratory Product Life Cycle Management: Individual semester project Overhead transparencies / paper copies, ppt presentations, audiovisual material, computer software. Lecture documents

21 Modulbezeichnung: DDM 204 Vibrations and Acoustics 2 ggf. Kürzel DDM-VA2 ggf. Untertitel ggf. Lehrveranstaltungen: Vibrations NVH in Automotive Systems Computer-Aided Vibration Analysis Semester: 2 Modulverantwortliche(r): Dozent(in): Sprache: Zuordnung zum Curriculum Lehrform/SWS: Arbeitsaufwand: Kreditpunkte: Voraussetzungen: Lernziele/Kompetenzen: Inhalt: Prof. Dr. Berkemer Prof. Dr. Berkemer Dipl.-Ing. (FH) Thomas Vogt English Master DDM, compulsory, 2nd semester Vibrations: Lecture, 2 SWS NVH in Automotive Systems: Lecture, 1 SWS Computer-Aided Vibration Analysis: Virtual Laboratory, 1 SWS Time of attendance: 45 h Home study: 45 h Revision: 30 h Vibrations: 2 Cr NVH in Automotive Systems: 1 Cr Computer-Aided Vibration Analysis: 1 Cr Basic knowledge in dynamics. Mathematics: Linear differential equations, Algebra of matrices Physical understanding of vibration phenomena; ability to create engineering solutions for practical vibration problems Vibrations: Introduction to the basic theory of vibrations; practical application to typical structural noise and shake problems; principles of Fourier analysis and order tracking; multiple degree of freedom systems.

22 NVH In Automotive Systems: Definition of NVH; acoustic and vibration problems in vehicle systems. Computer-Aided Vibration Analysis: Simulation of practical vibration problems (CAT). Studien- /Prüfungsleistungen: Medienformen: Literatur: Written exam, 90 minutes Laboratory reports and tests Overhead transparencies / paper copies, ppt presentations, audiovisual material, computer software. Lecture Documents

23 Modulbezeichnung: ggf. Kürzel DDM 205 Team Project DDM-TP ggf. Untertitel ggf. Lehrveranstaltungen: Semester: 2 Modulverantwortliche(r): Dozent(in): Sprache: Zuordnung zum Curriculum Lehrform/SWS: Arbeitsaufwand: Kreditpunkte: Voraussetzungen: Lernziele/Kompetenzen: Inhalt: Prof. Wolfmaier All professors English Master DDM, compulsory, 2nd semester Practical exercises under supervision of a professor Time of attendance: 160 h Home study: 80 h 8 Cr Basic knowledge of project management Basic knowledge of team work Basics of all technical topics Ability of interdisciplinary cooperation; knowledge of management skills in international team structures; advanced knowledge of a specific technical topic; ability of the administration of a complex project. Project work in an international team of students; intensive Improvement of knowledge in a specific technical topic; advanced methods in project management; presentation techniques, individual feedback. Studien- /Prüfungsleistungen: Medienformen:

24 Literatur: Art of Project Management by Scott Berkun; ISBN: Project Management For Dummies by Stanley E. Portny; ISBN:

25 Modulbezeichnung: ggf. Kürzel DDM 301 Master Thesis DDM-MT ggf. Untertitel ggf. Lehrveranstaltungen: Semester: 3 Modulverantwortliche(r): Dozent(in): Sprache: Zuordnung zum Curriculum Lehrform/SWS: Prof. Dr. Haberhauer All Professors N.N. English Master DDM, compulsory, 3 rd semester Soft Skills: Lecture with practical exercises and group work Master Thesis and Defence: Self-dependent scientific work on a complex problem under professional guidance, 18 SWS Documentation and presentation, 6 SWS Defence, 3 SWS Arbeitsaufwand: Soft Skills: Time of attendance: 25 h Home study: 25 h Revision: 10 h Master Thesis and Defence: Self-dependent work plus home study: 720 h Revision, preparation for defence: 90 h Kreditpunkte: Voraussetzungen: Lernziele/Kompetenzen: Soft Skills: 3 Cr Master Thesis: 24 Cr Defence: 3 Cr Solid foundation in the area of the scientific work. Knowledge of project management, documentation and presentation techniques Soft Skills: Knowledge and abilities for: Professional communication with others,

26 analysis of communication and behaviour patterns and adequate reactions, leadership, reflection upon own behaviour, management of specific situations and projects. Master Thesis and Defence: Intensification of the knowledge in the area of the scientific work; Ability to autonomously carry out a complex project; Ability to document, present and defend a complex scientific project. Inhalt: Soft Skills: 1. Communication: sender/receiver model levels of communication perception and interpretation NLP 2. Presentation generation of presentations advanced presentation techniques 3. Teambuilding Individual types according to MBTI Team Set-Up 4. Management and Leadership Aims Missions, Visions, Values Corporate Governance Motivation Leadership Competence Master Thesis and Defence: Studien- /Prüfungsleistungen: Medienformen: Scientific contents depending upon problem; Documentation and Presentation; Defence Soft Skills: Group work with test, Oral presentation 30 minutes. Project Oral examination (Colloquium) Soft Skills: Overhead transparencies / paper copies, ppt presentations, audiovisual material.

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