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Bachelor and Master Theses (77)

Dear students,

you are very welcome to work on a Bachelor or Master thesis at the Institute of Applied Mechanics. The list below includes several topics which should be, however, only understood as suggestions. You can also contact one of the PhD students or the postdocs directly. In this way it is possible to obtain a task specialized according to your own ideas.

Bachelor and Master theses can be also combined with an activity as student assistant at IFAM or a cooperation with other institutes.
 

Examples for possible topics:

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Current and past works

 

 

  • "Design and simulation of stress optimized sample geometry for the SCC test of 7000 aluminum alloys"; Master's Thesis; Anirudh Naik; Contact: Prof. Dr.-Ing. habil. Jaan-Willem Simon; finished in September 2019;
  • "Determining the failure of wood veneer during forming process using FEM simulations"; Master's Thesis; Sameera Bellary; Contact: PD Dr.-Ing. Jaan-Willem Simon; finished in September 2019;
  • "A thermomechanical cohesive zone formulation describing interface separation in ceramic matrix composites"; Bachelor's Thesis; Jonathon Tyler Hartman; Contact: Marie-Christine Reuvers, M.Sc.; finished in August 2019;
  • "Investigation of geometric and material influencing factors in the lifetime analysis of rocket combustion chambers"; Bachelor's Thesis; Rena Skadi Bögershausen; Contact: Oliver Barfusz, M. Sc.; in progress since August 2019;
  • "Investigation of a reduced integration-based solid-shell element for gradient-extended damage and fracture"; Master's Thesis; Tim van der Velden; Contact: Oliver Barfusz, M. Sc.; in progress since July 2019;
  • "Material behaviour modelling of the self-piercing rivet joints under tension load on the matrix side"; Master's Thesis; Nishant Mistry; Contact: PD Dr.-Ing. Jaan-Willem Simon; finished in July 2019;
  • "Development of pedestrian protection design guidelines for vehicle development regarding new leg-impactor "aPLI" using simplified FEM model"; Master's Thesis; Nilesh Thakare; Contact: PD Dr.-Ing. Jaan-Willem Simon; finished in July 2019;
  • "A thermomechanical interface formulation describing separation and friction in ceramic matrix composites"; Master's Thesis; Theron Guo; Contact: Marie-Christine Reuvers, M.Sc.; in progress since June 2019;
  • "Crack propagation modeling applying cohesive discontinuous Galerkin method"; Master thesis; Philipp Schreyer; Contact: Hamid Reza Bayat, M. Sc.; finished in March 2019;
  • "Numerical simulation of stiffness and strength of printed circuit boards in power electronics of electric devices"; Master's Thesis; Melike Icten; Contact: PD Dr.-Ing. Jaan-Willem Simon; finished in March 2019;
  • "Application of discontinuous Galerkin (DG) method for non-matching meshes"; Mini thesis; Tejal Deepak Prabhu; Contact: Hamid Reza Bayat, M. Sc.; finished in February 2019;
  • "Model order reduction of nonlinear microstructures by combining a Hashin-Shtrikman type finite element method with proper orthogonal decomposition at finite strains"; Master's Thesis; Marian Sielenkämper; Contact: Dr.-Ing. Stephan Wulfinghoff; finished in December 2018;
  • "A thermo-mechanically coupled constitutive model for semi-crystalline polymers, incorporating crystallisation kinetics, at finite strains"; Master's Thesis; Hagen Holthusen; Contact: Sebastian Felder, M.Sc.; finished in January 2019;
  • "Experimental and numerical investigation of the tensile properties of semicrystalline thermoplastic polymers"; Master's Thesis; Ngoc Anh Vu; Contact: Sebastian Felder, M.Sc.; finished in March 2019;
  • "Automatic creation of mathematical graphs based on the cross section of finite element models"; Master's Thesis; Sridnidhi Shrinivas Joshi; Contact: PD Dr.-Ing. Jaan-Willem Simon; finished in September 2018;
  • "Calibration of a novel mixed-mode cohesive law accounting for fiber bridging to experiments"; Master's Thesis; Kumar Chandrashekar Jois; Contact: Daniel Höwer, M.Sc.; finished in June 2018;
  • "Experimental and computational analysis of the shear behaviour of continuous fibre-reinforced polymers during thermoforming"; Master's Thesis; Harish Natarajan; Contact: PD Dr.-Ing. Jaan-Willem Simon; finished in June 2018;
  • "Parametrization and selection of snapshots to improve the functionality of the Proper Orthogonal Decomposition in the context of uncertain parameters"; Bachelor's Thesis; Vincent Herbst; Contact: Steffen Kastian; finished june 2018;
  • "Development of calculation method for stiffness values of automotive single-core, multi-core cables and cable harness segments"; Master's Thesis; Akshit Kamra; Contact: PD Dr.-Ing. Jaan-Willem Simon; finished in May 2018;
  • "Implementation and studies of a viscoelastic material model at finite strains"; Bachelor's Thesis; Moritz Gehre; Contact: Sebastian Felder, M.Sc.; finished in April 2018;
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