Additive Manufacturing in Construction
AMC TRR 277

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Research Summary Report C04

Integrating Digital Design and Additive Manufacturing through BIM-Based Decision Support and Digital Twin Methods [05.03.2021] Li, Chao; Doctoral researcher; chao1.li@tum.deTU Munich, Chair of Architectural Informatics Slepicka, Martin; Doctoral researcher; martin.slepicka@tum.deTU Munich, Chair of Computational Modeling and Simulation   In the context of AMC, C04 workgroups attempt to cohesively integrate AM and BIM–based early design, through the design decision support and fabricationenhanced multi–LOD BIM models.Knowledge Base Formalization Domain–specific knowledge base usually serves as a backbone in a Knowledge–Based System (KBS).Furthermore, the …

Published on 5. March 2021
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Research Summary Report A02

Particle-Bed 3D Printing by Selective Cement Paste Intrusion (SPI) – Particle Surface Functionalisation, Particle Synthesis and Integration of WAAM Reinforcement [26.02.2021] Hamilton, Leigh Duncan; Researcher, leigh-duncan.hamilton@tu-bs.de Breitung-Faes, Sandra; Leading Researcher, s.breitung@tu-bs.de Kwade, Arno; PL, a.kwade@tu-bs.de All: TU Braunschweig, Institute for Particle Technology (iPAT)   Selective cement paste intrusion (SPI) is an additive manufacturing method where aggregate particles are spread in small layers, followed by the local intrusion of the cement paste into the aggregate layers. These steps are repeated layer-by-layer …

Published on 26. February 2021
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Research Summary Report A06

Integration of Individualized Prefabricated Fibre Reinforcement in Additive Manufacturing with Concrete [19.02.2021] Rothe, Tom; Doctoral researcher, t.rothe@tu-bs.de, TU Braunschweig, Institute of Mechanics and Adaptronics (IMA) Hühne, Christian; Project leader, christian.huehne@dlr.de, TU Braunschweig, Institute of Mechanics and Adaptronics (IMA)   One of the biggest challenges in 3D printing with cementitious materials is the integration of reinforcement. The project aims to develop textile-based reinforcement strategies for additive manufacturing with concrete and to utilize the advantages of textile reinforcement (e.g. corrosion resistance and …

Published on 19. February 2021
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Research Summary Report A06

Laser Powder-Bed Fusion (LPBF) of Steel Elements for Construction – Basics of Design and Mechanical Resilience. [12.02.2021] Diller, Johannes; Doctoral researcher; Johannes.Diller@tum.de, Dorina Siebert, Doctoral researcher; dorina.siebert@tum.de TU Munich, Chair of Metal Structures Wenzler, David; Doctoral researcher; David.Wenzler@iwb.tum.de, Kolb, Cara; Doctoral researcher; Cara.Kolb@iwb.mw.tum.de TU Munich, Institute for Machine Tools and Industrial Management   The reproducibility of the mechanical properties of PBF-LB/M parts needs to be increased. This requires a more detailed understanding of the correlation between the process parameters and …

Published on 12. February 2021
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Research Summary Report A07

Wire and Arc Additive Manufacturing (WAAM) of Complex Individualized Steel Components [29.01.2021] Unglaub, Julian, Associate Researcher, Institute of Steel Structures Jahns, Hendrik, PhD Researcher, Institute of Steel Structures Thiele, Klaus, Project Leader, Institute of Steel Structures   Project A07 investigates structural design, WAAM methods and component testing of complex, large-scale, individualized steel components. The objective is to connect conventionally manufactured steel components and semi-finished products with additively manufactured, complex steel components The Institute of Steel Structures develops a novel test …

Published on 29. January 2021
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Research Summary Report A08

Structural Timber by Individual Layer Fabrication (ILF) [22.01.2021] Bunzel, Frauke; Project leader; frauke.bunzel@wki.fraunhofer.de Asshoff, Carsten; Doctoral researcher; carsten.asshoff@wki.fraunhofer.de Fraunhofer Institute for Wood Research Wilhelm-Klauditz-Institut WKI   In order to produce future-oriented timber structures in the building industry that meet the requirements of ecological and economic sustainability, an additive manufacturing process with wood chips is being developed using the new approach of individual layer fabrication (ILF). In first steps, established wood chip fractions and adhesive systems from the wood-based materials industry …

Published on 22. January 2021
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Research Summary Report C06

Integration of Additive Manufacturing in the Construction Process [08.01.2021] Mawas, Karam; Doctoral researcher, k.mawas@tu-braunschweig.de, TU Braunschweig, Institute of Geodesy and Photogrammetry (IGP) Gerke, Markus; Project leader, m.gerke@tu-braunschweig.de, TU Braunschweig, Institute of Geodesy and Photogrammetry (IGP) Maboudi, Mehdi; Associated scientist, m.maboudi@tu-braunschweig.de, TU Braunschweig, Institute of Geodesy and Photogrammetry (IGP) Riedel, Björn; Associated scientist, b.riedel@tu-braunschweig.de, TU Braunschweig, Institute of Geodesy and Photogrammetry (IGP)     Additive Manufacturing (AM) allows us to print objects in unprecedented and novel ways, pushing the boundaries of what was previously possible …

Published on 8. January 2021
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Research Summary Report A07

Wire and Arc Additive Manufacturing (WAAM) of Complex Individualized Steel Components [01.01.2021] Müller, Christoph; doctoral researcher, christoph.mueller@tu–braunschweig.de, TU Braunschweig , Institute for Structural Design (ITE)   This sub–project of the SFB 277 deals with the design process of components for additive manufacturing by Wire and Arc Additive Manufacturing (WAAM). In contrast to large industrial sectors such as mechanical engineering, aeronautical engineering or medical technology, components in the construction industry have to be designed under different general conditions. If no building …

Published on 1. January 2021
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