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Polymer Engineering II

Polymer Engineering II
type: Vorlesung (V)
semester: SS 2020
time: 2020-04-23
15:45 - 17:15 wöchentlich
10.81 Engesser-Hörsaal (HS93)
10.81 Bauingenieure, Altes Bauingenieurgebäude


2020-04-30
15:45 - 17:15 wöchentlich
10.81 Engesser-Hörsaal (HS93)
10.81 Bauingenieure, Altes Bauingenieurgebäude

2020-05-07
15:45 - 17:15 wöchentlich
10.81 Engesser-Hörsaal (HS93)
10.81 Bauingenieure, Altes Bauingenieurgebäude

2020-05-14
15:45 - 17:15 wöchentlich
10.81 Engesser-Hörsaal (HS93)
10.81 Bauingenieure, Altes Bauingenieurgebäude

2020-05-28
15:45 - 17:15 wöchentlich
10.81 Engesser-Hörsaal (HS93)
10.81 Bauingenieure, Altes Bauingenieurgebäude

2020-06-04
15:45 - 17:15 wöchentlich
10.81 Engesser-Hörsaal (HS93)
10.81 Bauingenieure, Altes Bauingenieurgebäude

2020-06-18
15:45 - 17:15 wöchentlich
10.81 Engesser-Hörsaal (HS93)
10.81 Bauingenieure, Altes Bauingenieurgebäude

2020-06-25
15:45 - 17:15 wöchentlich
10.81 Engesser-Hörsaal (HS93)
10.81 Bauingenieure, Altes Bauingenieurgebäude

2020-07-02
15:45 - 17:15 wöchentlich
10.81 Engesser-Hörsaal (HS93)
10.81 Bauingenieure, Altes Bauingenieurgebäude

2020-07-09
15:45 - 17:15 wöchentlich
10.81 Engesser-Hörsaal (HS93)
10.81 Bauingenieure, Altes Bauingenieurgebäude

2020-07-16
15:45 - 17:15 wöchentlich
10.81 Engesser-Hörsaal (HS93)
10.81 Bauingenieure, Altes Bauingenieurgebäude

2020-07-23
15:45 - 17:15 wöchentlich
10.81 Engesser-Hörsaal (HS93)
10.81 Bauingenieure, Altes Bauingenieurgebäude


lecturer: Dr.-Ing. Wilfried Liebig
Prof. Dr.-Ing. Peter Elsner
sws: 2
lv-no.: 2174596
Notes

1. Processing of polymers
2. Properties of polymer components
Based on practical examples and components
2.1 Selection of material
2.2 Component design
2.3 Tool engineering
2.4 Production technology
2.5 Surface engineering
2.6 Sustainability, recycling

learning objectives:

The field of Polymer Engineering includes synthesis, material science, processing, construction, design, tool engineering, production technology, surface engineering and recycling. The aim is, that the students gather knowledge and technical skills to use the material "polymer" meeting its requirements in an economical and ecological way.

The students

  • can describe and classify different processing techniques
    and can exemplify mould design principles based on technical parts.
  • know about practical applications and processing of polymer parts
  • are able to design polymer parts according to given restrictions
  • can choose appropriate polymers based on the technical requirements
  • can decide how to use polymers regarding the production, economical and ecological requirements

requirements:
Polymerengineering I
workload:

The workload for the lecture Polymerengineering II is 120 h per semester and consists of the presence during the lecture (21 h) as well as preparation and rework time at home (99 h).

Prerequisites

Polymerengineering I

Bibliography

Recommended literature and selected official lecture notes are provided in the lecture.

Content of teaching

1. Processing of polymers
2. Properties of polymer components
Based on practical examples and components
2.1 Selection of material
2.2 Component design
2.3 Tool engineering
2.4 Production technology
2.5 Surface engineering
2.6 Sustainability, recycling

Workload

The workload for the lecture Polymerengineering II is 120 h per semester and consists of the presence during the lecture (21 h) as well as preparation and rework time at home (99 h).

Aim

The field of Polymer Engineering includes synthesis, material science, processing, construction, design, tool engineering, production technology, surface engineering and recycling. The aim is, that the students gather knowledge and technical skills to use the material "polymer" meeting its requirements in an economical and ecological way.

The students

  • can describe and classify different processing techniques
    and can exemplify mould design principles based on technical parts.
  • know about practical applications and processing of polymer parts
  • are able to design polymer parts according to given restrictions
  • can choose appropriate polymers based on the technical requirements
  • can decide how to use polymers regarding the production, economical and ecological requirements
Exam description

Oral examination

Duration: about 25 minutes