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Chair of Structural Mechanics


Magistrale, Stand 31

LeitungUniv.-Prof. Dr.-Ing. Gerhard Müller


At the Chair of Structural Mechanics, are research focuses on structural dynamics and vibroacoustics, studying vibrations and sound radiation. We examine dynamic soil-structure interaction using hybrid approaches, that combine analytical and numerical models. In the mid and high frequency range, statistical approaches are used to analyze sound radiation in structures. We also focus on modeling realistic boundary conditions found in buildings or vehicles. Our courses provide fundamental knowledge in structural mechanics and are crucial for further studies in structural analysis, dynamics, soil mechanics, and design using concrete, metal, and timber. Learning mechanics not only prepares students for practical applications as civil or environmental engineers, but also enhances reasoning and abstract thinking abilities.

Workshop am Stand: "Vibrations in the built environment: a visual experiment"

The workshop offers you the opportunity to learn about important aspects of the field of "Vibrations in Civil and Environmental Engineering" through short experiments. After the general introduction in the topic, you will perform short experiments on wave propagation to understand the most important concepts such as resonance, damping and wave reflection.

  • 10:30 - 11:00 Uhr, Treffpunkt LOIFT-Stand

maximal 10 Personen pro Gruppe