Additive Manufacturing in Construction
AMC TRR 277

People

is investigating the usability of prefabricated fibre reinforcement produced in a robotic winding process for different AM methods. He’s developing an automated production process of the fibre reinforcement for the special needs of the project. This includes the investigation of the most suitable reinforcement geometry, the build-up of a dynamic winding machine and the integration of it into a robotic winding process.

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Integration of Individualized Prefabricated Fibre Reinforcement in Additive Manufacturing with Concrete

is a researcher at project A04.

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Integrated Additive Manufacturing Processes for Reinforced Shotcrete 3D Printing (SC3DP) Elements with Precise Surface Quality

Project leader

is superviser of project C06 and leads one of the Doc. researchers especially concerning the selection and assessment of parameters and the basic layout of the process analysis. His expertise is used to develop (new) process models and innovative delivery approaches in the later phase. He is also responsible for the overall coordination of project C06 and the projects belonging to different Work Programmes ( 1.1, 2.1 and 3.).

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Integration of Additive Manufacturing in the Construction Process

Doctoral researcher: carrying out scientific studies. She will play a decisive role in planning and conducting fatigue and fracture testing. The evaluation and interpretation of test results is also one of her tasks. Finally she undertakes statistical considerations, which are intended to serve as a basis for the development of design guidelines.”

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Laser Powder-Bed Fusion (LPBF) of Steel Elements for Construction – Basics of Design and Mechanical Resilience.

is a doctoral researcher at Rudolf Mößbauer Tenure Track Assistant Professorship of Learning Sciences and Educational Design Technologies, TUM School of Social Sciences and Technology, and TUM Institute for Advanced Study (IAS). Živa’s background in arts education serves Project Ö’s constructionist and design-based research initiative to create the AMC Edu:Lab, a dynamic learning space designed for active engagement with AMC research and innovation. In her research, Živa aims to support education about and with AMC technologies at an early age, to integrate gender-equitable perspectives into additive manufacturing practices, and to raise awareness of the importance of sustainability in construction among youth.

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Learning, Sustainability, Design: Gender-equitable introduction of AMC to the public

is developing a data structure and corresponding methods (WP 2) that enable a closed chain between digital design (e.g. BIM) and digital manufacturing (mainly Additive Manufacturing). For backwards communication of “as-built” information during and after a manufacturing process, digital twin methods are incorporated into the developed FIM system (WP 3).

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Integrating Digital Design and Additive Manufacturing through BIM-Based Decision Support and Digital Twin Methods

Silke Sturm works at the University Library of the Technical University of Munich. In her function as Data Steward she is responsible for the Data Management strategies and support. She works on defining discipline-specific standards, repositories and research data infrastructure. Moreover, she develops new coaching material for various topics concerning best practices in research data management.

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The service project Information Infrastructure serves and supports all information and data infrastructure aspects of the TRR 277 in close cooperation with the Leibniz-Supercomputing Centre (LRZ) and the University Library at the Technical University of Munich and the University Library Braunschweig.

is a doctoral researcher at the Institute of Structural Design (ITE) at TU Braunschweig. In project C06, he is working closely with the Digital Construction Site to develop integrated computational design and fabrication strategies for Additive Manufacturing in cyber-physical systems. Furthermore, he will apply these strategies in a multi-member workflow and realize them on a 1:1 scale in collaboration with other subprojects.

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Integration of Additive Manufacturing in the Construction Process

is a research associate at the Workinggroup of Prof. Dr.-Ing. Christoph Gehlen. Responsible for research on selective paste intrusion and development of cement pastes.

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Particle-Bed 3D Printing by Selective Cement Paste Intrusion (SPI) – Particle Surface Functionalisation, Particle Synthesis and Integration of WAAM Reinforcement

is a doctoral researcher and expert on additive manufacturing in construction. His previous work includes extrusion as well as selective binding processes of concrete. He will be responsible at TUM-HBB for all the collaborative work to be executed in conjunction with WKI in project A08, especially for WP 2.

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Structural Timber by Individual Layer Fabrication (ILF)

Challenges of Additive Manufacturing – Technical Regulations and Qualification Requirements

She supports the AMC in all administrative tasks.

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Central Tasks of the AMC

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is Professor of „Construction Materials “ at Regensburg University of Applied Sciences. She is Head of Concrete Laboratory and Head of Construction Materials Laboratory. Furthermore she coordinates all scientific and organisational work regarding testing and material modelling.

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Environmental Life Cycle Assessment – Determination of Ecological Sustainability Potentials by AMC

is a doctoral researcher at the TUM Professorship of Mineral Construction Materials with a focus on clays and clay minerals for the purposes of the A10 project.

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Earth Additive Manufacturing (EAM) – Material and Process Combinations for AM with Earth-based Materials

Project leader

is head of division Material behavior at IS and takes responsibility for management of this project in terms of content and organization. He supervises the research assistants of WG Thiele for novel material and component testing methods based on MultiCam Digital Image Correlation (DIC) and the development of complex material models to describe WAAM-component behavior.

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Wire and Arc Additive Manufacturing (WAAM) of Complex Individualized Steel Components

Doctoral researcher: for the duration of the research project carrying out the scientific studies. He will execute the LPBF experiments, the thermographic imaging of the LPBF process, data analysis, methods for correlations and listing of guidelines for AM elements.

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Laser Powder-Bed Fusion (LPBF) of Steel Elements for Construction – Basics of Design and Mechanical Resilience.

Project leader

acts as supervisor for the research fellows and gives special input to the WPs related to Technical Regulations. He is responsible for the above allocated WPs and together with PL Pittich for cooperation with allocated projects of TRR 277 and the management of project C07.

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Challenges of Additive Manufacturing – Technical Regulations and Qualification Requirements

Project leader

Head of Research Data Services

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The service project Information Infrastructure serves and supports all information and data infrastructure aspects of the TRR 277 in close cooperation with the Leibniz-Supercomputing Centre (LRZ) and the University Library at the Technical University of Munich and the University Library Braunschweig.

Project leader

He has been Head of the Institute of Statics and Dynamics at TU Braunschweig since September 2021.

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3D Structural Puzzle – Numerical Multi Scale Shape and Topology Optimisation Methods to Additively Manufacture Optimal Structures from Optimised Pieces

Is a doctoral researcher at the Institute of Structural Design (ITE) at TU Braunschweig.

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Injection 3D Concrete Printing (I3DCP) – Material Efficient Lightweight Reinforced Concrete Structures Based on Spatially Complex Strut-and-Tie-Models

Project leader

guides the scientific staff in the execution of the LPBF experiments.He provides guidance in methods for analysing the main mechanisms of action and the correlation of the results for the whole process chain. Head of iwb and supports the academic staff regarding additive manufacturing, alignment and execution of numerical heat transport simulations, questions during validation and process development.

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Particle-Bed 3D Printing by Selective Cement Paste Intrusion (SPI) – Particle Surface Functionalisation, Particle Synthesis and Integration of WAAM Reinforcement

Laser Powder-Bed Fusion (LPBF) of Steel Elements for Construction – Basics of Design and Mechanical Resilience.

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