Innovation Center ● Prof. Dr.-Ing. Jürgen Weber
Fluid-Mechatronic Systems Engineering
Prof. Dr.-Ing. Jürgen Weber
Dresden University of Technology
Institute for Mechatronic Mechanical Engineering
Professorship for Fluid-Mechatronic Systems Engineering
Kutzbach Building, Room 110
- since 2018 also Director of the Institute for Mechatronic Mechanical Engineering
- since 2010 holder of the professorship for Fluid-Mechatronic Systems Engineering
- 1997 to 2010 various management positions at the agricultural and construction machinery manufacturer CNH
- until 1997 work as chief engineer at the former chair of hydraulics and pneumatics at the TU Dresden
- 1991 Doctorate
- Mechanical engineering studies at the TU Dresden
Research and development
- Development and validation of numerical flow models for cavitation calculation and prediction of cavitation erosion.
- Static and dynamic operating behavior of hydrostatic displacement units, hydrodynamic/static bearings, valves and seals.
- Investigation of novel drive concepts such as electrohydraulic compact drives.
- Development of energy-efficient cooling circuits in machine tools
- Development of suitable drive structures, control and regulation strategies as well as their implementation and testing for mobile machines.
- Condition monitoring, fault detection and diagnosis
- Integration of modern communication technologies and control topologies (Industry 4.0)
- Research into new solutions for the requirements of electromechanical converters in electrohydraulic and electropneumatic valves.
- Design and dimensioning of magnetic circuits with a view to reduced material usage and installation space with higher efficiency
- Collaborative partner in the "Building 4.0" project - demonstration and development platform for Industry 4.0 solutions in construction site operations
- Numerical simulations (flow, magnetic field calculation, system simulation), simulation coupling and experimental analysis
- Properties and behavior of pressurized fluids
- Drive concepts, structures and control strategies
- Development and validation of methods for computer-aided product development
- Further developments with regard to energy efficiency, thermo-energetic behavior, performance, functionality and robustness... in the fields of physical-technical fundamentals and fluids, hydraulic and pneumatic component and system development for stationary and mobile systems, and valve actuators and solenoids
- modern hydraulic and pneumatic test field for experimental work
- anechoic sound measurement room of accuracy class 1 and reverberation room for noise investigations
- Software and hardware-in-the-loop
- Modeling and simulation of pressure valves
- Development and evaluation of novel, functionally integrated hydraulic valve concepts
- Noise and pulsation measurement on hydrostatic displacement units
- Calculation and further development of combined hydrostatic-hydrodynamic plain bearings
- simulation-supported development, assembly and testing of electrohydraulic axes
- Analysis and modeling of the dirt penetration behavior of wiper seals.
- Development and investigation of intelligent, decentralized drive configurations.
- Carrying out technology studies in the field of hydraulic drive technology
- Condition monitoring for hydraulic accumulators
- Development and evaluation of energy-efficient drive structures for hydraulics and pneumatics
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