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Basic Laboratory (AML)

Basic Laboratory - AML

The basic laboratory (AML) is intended to teach students the practical implementation of mechanical engineering and metrology problems with the aid of various experiments. For this purpose, experiments are carried out in small groups at the participating institutes of the Department of Mechanical Engineering and jointly evaluated.

Execution

The execution of the basic laboratory (formerly AML) in the summer semester is divided into the metrological part at the Institute for Measurement and Control Technology (imr) and the mechanical engineering part at the various institutes of the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering. In the metrological part, two experiments are scheduled for each participant. Please refer to the imr notice board for more details. In the mechanical engineering part of the small laboratory work, each student has to participate in four experiments.

1 experiment in the

metrological ­ laboratory part

to be executed at the Institute of Measurement and Control Engineering.

and 4 experiments in the

mechanical engineering ­ laboratory part

to be executed at different institutes of mechanical engineering.

In the metrological part, 1 test is planned for each participant. For more details please refer to the special announcement of the IMR and the institute website.

Within the mechanical engineering part of the AML, each student has to participate in 4 experiments. The following three areas are offered with different experiments at different institutes:

Topics of the subtest Mechanics at the IDS

  • Single-mass transducer
  • External excitation
  • Magnification function
  • Damping
  • Continuum oscillations

Registration

The registration can only be done in groups of 6 participants. The opportunity to form groups (separately for mechanical engineers and industrial engineers!) arises during registration and should be done independently. Personal presence is not required, registration can also be done by other participants. In any case: bring student ID and photo ID!

Each participant group selects one experiment from the range of experiments from each experimental area (area I - III). In order to enable as many students as possible to participate in the small laboratory work (formerly AML), experiment 4 is assigned to the respective participant groups.

The schedule for the experiments, as well as the final group assignments, will be announced by a notice posted by the respective institutes and on StudIP.

Contact at IDS

Martin Paehr, M. Sc.
Research Staff
Address
An der Universität 1
30823 Garbsen
Building
Room
Martin Paehr, M. Sc.
Research Staff
Address
An der Universität 1
30823 Garbsen
Building
Room