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Automation and Robotics in Construction 
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seminar
4
Winter semester 2018/19
Chair of Building Realization and Robotics (Prof. Bock)
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Angaben zur Abhaltung
- Prefabrication of linear, 2-dimensional and 3-dimensional products and elements;
- Industrialized manufacturing for the production of steel frames space frames, wood and timber frames and space frames, precast concrete columns, beams, girders, elements and spatial units, masonry wall, floor and roof elements;
- Basics of flexible manufacturing systems;
- Assembly process and rapid joining systems for on-site construction;
- Systematic and prefabricated installation systems;
- Ø-Waste-factories;
- Systematic disassembly: reverse logistics, re-customizatio
No specific previous knowledge required.
After participating in the course the students are able to:

- understand and apply design, production and logistics methods in the area of wood components;
- understand and apply design, production and logistics methods in the area of concrete components;
- understand and apply design, production and logistics methods in the area of steel components;
- understand and apply design, production and logistics methods in the area of brickwork components;
- distinguish between different types of prefabrication and judge automation strategy and automation degree;
- distinguish between different types off-site and on-site logistics strategies;
- understand the working mechanisms of single-task construction robots and apply them in further projects;
- understand the working mechanisms of integrated automated construction sites and apply them in further projects;
- link knowledge from production, logistics, automation and robot science to construction processes.
English

The course consists of two parts, lectures and a seminar work.

Lectures are the basis for the module, transferring fundamentals to the students. Generally, the issues are discussed in a problem-oriented manner.

Within the seminar session, the students will have the opportunity to apply their acquired knowledge practically on a case study, supervised by the instructor. In group work, students will develop a project-related topic independently, discuss their solutions with each other and participate actively in the seminar. The results of the group work will be presented in a final presentation at the end of the semester.
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Für die Anmeldung zur Teilnahme müssen Sie sich in TUMonline als Studierende*r identifizieren.
Zusatzinformationen
Journal of Automation in Construction (Elsevier);
Students will receive relevant literature list during the lecture.