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Matthias Figl, BSc MSc

Junior Researcher


T: +43 1 606 68 77-2300
F: +43 1 606 68 77-2309

Room: A.1.02a
Favoritenstraße 226
1100 Wien


Lectures 2021/22

Engineering

> Additive Manufacturing Technologies - Basics ILV
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Additive Manufacturing Technologies - Basics ILV

Lector: Sebastian Geyer, BSc MSc

2SWS
4ECTS

Lecture contents

The course gives an overview of the basic concepts of "Rapid Product Development" and its derivatives. In addition, students gain an overview of the most important additive manufacturing processes used in industry. The entire process chain is considered from the idea through the first CAD designs to the finished, finished finished product.

• Basic concepts of Computer-Aided Product Development (CAPD)
• Geometric modeling
• feature-based modeling
• visualization
• Virtual and Augmented Reality
• data exchange
• Information and PDM systems
• Simulation and Virtual Prototyping
•Optimization
• Introduction to rapid prototyping and knowledge-based systems

Assessment methods

Continuous assessment
LV-immanent examination (1/3 oral exam, 2/3 written exam)

Teaching methods

Frontal lecture alternates with group work and flipped classroom approaches, preparation and poster presentation of a subject-specific topic by the students.

Language

English

> Bionik und Additive Manufacturing ILV
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Bionik und Additive Manufacturing ILV

Lector: Matthias Figl, BSc MSc

1.5SWS
3ECTS

Lecture contents

The course gives an overview of the so-called additive design, the design of components and assemblies for manufacturing by suitable methods of additive manufacturing. With suitable software tools for topology and structure optimization, the handling and execution of complex optimization tasks with regard to bionic design is shown on CAD designs. The solution of a complex optimization task as well as the selection of a suitable manufacturing process are explained.

Assessment methods

Continuous assessment

Teaching methods

Frontal lecture alternates with group work and flipped classroom approaches, preparation and presentation of a subject-specific topic by the students.

Language

English