Friday, December 02, 2022, 3:00 p.m., Faraday construction
PD Dr. Günther Lange TU Ilmenau
Fabrication and properties of porous metals - especially aluminum foams
Nature shows us in numerous concepts how lightweight construction with a cellular structure can work. The corresponding structures of plants and living beings show a high stiffness and strength with a minimum weight, e.g. the bone (spongiosa). In addition, a good energy absorption can be realized with the help of a cellular structure (shell of the pomelo fruit). Nature shows us in numerous concepts how lightweight construction can work. Cellular open-pored and closed-pored metals lend themselves to transferring these positive properties to technical applications. In addition to the substitution of steel materials with aluminum and magnesium alloys, aluminum foams can be an innovative alternative for lightweight construction. Compared to monomaterials, metal foams exhibit better energy and damping properties as well as higher specific stiffness. However, they have lower absolute strengths compared to the solid material. The presentation will give an overview of the manufacturing processes, main properties and applications of metallic foams.
Additional lecture on 16.12.2022:
Topic: Scapegoat ARD?
Public broadcasting in crisis. Remarks of a former insider.
Speaker: Prof. Claus-Erich Boetzkes, former Tagesschau spokesman (until 2021).
Date: Dec. 16, 2022, 3:00 - 4:30 p.m.
Location: Faraday lecture hall, Weimarer Straße 32.
Pre-registration for participation in the events is not required.
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The events take place in the rooms of the Georg Schmidt Technical Center of the University of Ilmenau, Weimarer Straße, each Friday at 15:00 (see General Information - Map of the TU Ilmenau).
The following dates are planned for the spring semester 2023:
24.02. / 03.03. / 10.03. / 17.03. / 24.03. / 31.03. / 14.04. / 21.04. / 28.04. / 05.05. / 12.05. / 26.05. / 02.06. / 09.06.2023
In addition, there will probably be one more date for an excursion.
"Will drones fall on our heads in the future?", "Artificial intelligence - public perception and risk communication" or "The digitalization wave in medical care: Claim and Reality": The range of content covered by the TU Ilmenau Citizens' Campus is diverse and includes socio-political and cultural-political topics, natural sciences and humanities, technical, economic, medical, historical and cultural topics.
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