Person

Sebastian Schmid

M. Sc.
Sebastian Schmid
Lehrstuhl und Institut für Strukturmechanik und Leichtbau

Address

Building: 1320

Room: 407

Wüllnerstraße 7

52062 Aachen

Contact

WorkPhone
Phone: +49 241 80 96651
 

Research

  • Digital Twins in Lightweight Design with an emphasis on fatigue problems
  • Numerical prediction of part distortion in milling parts due to initial residual stresses (project VoKoES)
 

About Mr. Schmid

Since 2020, Mr. Schmid is working as a research associate at SLA. In the summer semester of 2021, he is in charge of exercises and tutorials in the Mechanics III course for bachelor students of Business Administration and Engineering. Furthermore, he leads the exercises for the master course “Fatigue Design of Lightweight Structures”.

From 2012 to 2019, Mr. Schmid studied Mechanical Engineering at the TU Hamburg and the RWTH Aachen University. During his time in Aachen, he worked at the SLA as a student assistant in research. In his master thesis, he developed a CFRP repair-patch with integrated eddy current sensor, which meets the requirements of simultaneous monitoring and repair of fatigue cracks on rivet holes.

 

Publications

Source Author(s)
[Contribution to a conference proceedings, Journal Article]
The finite cell method for the prediction of machining distortion caused by initial residual stresses in milling
In: Procedia CIRP, 104, 144-149, 2021
Landwehr, M.
Schmid, Sebastian
Holla, V.
Ganser, P.
Bergs, Thomas
Ruess, M.
Schröder, Kai-Uwe
[Contribution to a conference proceedings, Journal Article]
The finite cell method for the prediction of machining distortion caused by initial residual stresses in milling
In: Procedia CIRP, 102, 144-149, 2021
[DOI: 10.1016/j.procir.2021.09.025]
Landwehr, M. (Corresponding author)
Schmid, Sebastian
Holla, V.
Ganser, P.
Bergs, Thomas
Ruess, M.
Schröder, Kai-Uwe
[Journal Article]
Integration of eddy current sensors into repair patches for fatigue reinforcement at rivet holes
In: Strain : the journal of the British Society for Strain Measurement, 12387, 2021
[DOI: 10.1111/str.12387]
Schmid, Sebastian (Corresponding author)
Martens, Ulrike
Schomburg, Werner Karl
Schröder, Kai-Uwe
 

Student theses

Masterarbeit: Numerische Untersuchungen von Eigenspannungsverzügen bei Leichtbauteilen

​Bachelorarbeit: Konzeptstudie zur Digitalisierung von Konstruktionen aus Systemprofilen