SFB666 | integral sheet metal design of higher branch order – development, production, evaluation
The Collaborative Research Center (CRC) 666 – Integral Sheet Metal Design with Higher Order Bifurcations – is running from July 2005 to June 2013. Its goals are the development of methods and techniques that support the optimized design of bifurcated integral sheet metal parts.
The overall, long-term research objectives and cognitions of CRC 666 are as follows:
- Acquiring of methods for the systematical development and verification of bearing strength of bifurcated integral sheet metal parts
- Manufacturing of bifurcated integral sheet metal parts
- Evaluation and optimization of bifurcated integral sheet metal parts concerning multifunctional profiles
The department of Computer Integrated Design participates in the CRC 666 in two subprojects, called A4 and A5.