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External PhD student

M.Eng. Patrick Striemann

Research

  • Development of a procedure for the characterization of 3D printed continuous fiber-reinforced lightweight structures

Publications and presentations

10) Striemann, P.; Hülsbusch, D.; Niedermeier, M.; Walther, F.:
Application-oriented assessment of the interlayer tensile strength of additively manufactured polymers.
Additive Manufacturing 46, 102095 (2021) 1-8. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.addma.2021.102095

9) Striemann, P.; Gerdes, L.; Hülsbusch, D.; Niedermeier, M.; Walther, F.:
Interlayer bonding capability of additively manufactured polymer structures under high strain rate tensile and shear loading.
Polymers 13, 1301 (2021) 1-11. https://doi.org/10.3390/polym13081301 - Download

8) Striemann, P.; Bulach, S.; Hülsbusch, D.; Niedermeier, M.; Walther, F.:
Shear characterization of additively manufactured short carbon fiber-reinforced polymer.
Macromolecular Symposia 395, 200247 (2021) 1-5. https://doi.org/10.1002/masy.202000247

7) Striemann, P.; Hülsbusch, D.; Mrzljak, S.; Niedermeier, M.; Walther, F.:
Systematic approach for the characterization of additive manufactured and injection molded short carbon fiber-reinforced polymers under tensile loading.
Materials Testing 62 (6), (2020), 561-567. https://doi.org/10.3139/120.111517 - Download

6) Striemann, P.; Hülsbusch, D.; Niedermeier, M.; Walther, F.:
Optimization and quality evaluation of the interlayer bonding performance of additively manufactured polymer structures.
Polymers 12, 1166 (2020) 1-11. https://doi.org/10.3390/polym12051166 - Download

5) Hülsbusch, D.; Kohl, A.; Striemann, P.; Niedermeier, M.; Strauch, J.; Walther, F.:
Development of an energy-based approach for optimized frequency selection for fatigue testing on polymers - Exemplified on polyamide 6.
Polymer Testing 81 (2020) 106260 1-8. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.polymertesting.2019.106260

4) Hülsbusch, D.; Kohl, A.; Mrzljak, S.; Fehrenbacher, U.; Emig, J.; Striemann, P.; Niedermeier, M.; Walther, F.:
An energy rate approach for optimized frequency selection for reproducible fatigue assessment of composites.
ICCM22, Proceedings of the 22nd International Conference on Composite Materials (2019) 1-8.

3) Striemann, P.; Hülsbusch, D.; Mrzljak, S.; Niedermeier, M.; Walther, F.:
Effective tensile strength of additively manufactured discontinuous carbon fiber-reinforced polymer via computed tomography.
ICCM22, Proceedings of the 22nd International Conference on Composite Materials (2019) 1-9.

2) Striemann, P.; Hülsbusch, D.; Niedermeier, M.; Walther, F.:
Quasi-static characterization of polyamide-based discontinuous CFRP manufactured by additive manufacturing and injection molding.
Key Engineering Materials 809, ISSN 1662-9795 (2019) 386-391. https://doi.org/10.4028/www.scientific.net/KEM.809.386

1) Striemann, P.; Eichenhofer, M.; Schupp, D.; Niedermeier, M.; Hülsbusch, D.; Walther, F.:
Compression testing of additively manufactured continuous carbon fiber-reinforced sandwich structures.
Materials Testing 60, 9 (2018) 801 - 808. https://doi.org/10.3139/120.111216 - Download

 

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6) Striemann, P. (V.); Bulach, S.; Hülsbusch, D.; Niedermeier, M.; Walther, F.:
Shear characterization of additively manufactured short carbon fiber-reinforced polymer.
POLCOM, 4th International Conference Progress on Polymers and Composites Products and Manufacturing Technologies 2020, Web Conference, 26.-27. Nov. (2020).

5) Striemann, P. (V.); Bulach, S.; Hülsbusch, D.; Niedermeier, M.; Walther, F.:
Shear characterization of additively manufactured short carbon fiber-reinforced polymer.
POLCOM, 4th International Conference Progress on Polymers and Composites Products and Manufacturing Technologies 2020, Web Conference, 26.-27.Nov. (2020).

4) Striemann, P. (V.); Hülsbusch, D.; Niedermeier, M.; Walther, F.:
Optimierung der Grenzschichtqualität von additiv gefertigten Kunststoffen durch eine in situ Infrarotheizung.
Werkstoffwoche 2019, Dresden, 18.-20. Sept. (2019).

3) Hülsbusch, D. (V.); Kohl, A.; Mrzljak, S.; Fehrenbacher, U.; Emig, J.; Striemann, P.; Niedermeier, M.; Walther, F.:
An energy rate approach for optimized frequency selection for reproducible fatigue assessment of composites.
ICCM22, 22nd International Conference on Composite Materials, Melbourne, Australia, 11.-16. Aug. (2019).

2) Striemann, P. (V.); Hülsbusch, D.; Mrzljak, S.; Niedermeier, M.; Walther, F.:
Effective tensile strength of additively manufactured discontinuous carbon fiber-reinforced polymer via computed tomography.
ICCM22, 22nd International Conference on Composite Materials, Melbourne, Australia, 11.-16. Aug. (2019).

1) Striemann, P. (V.); Hülsbusch, D.; Niedermeier, M.; Walther, F.:
Quasi-static characterization of polyamide-based discontinuous CFRP manufactured by additive manufacturing and injection molding.
22. Symposium Verbundwerkstoffe und Werkstoffverbunde, Kaiserslautern, 26.-28. Juni (2019).


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