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M.Sc. Daniel Becker

M.Sc. Daniel Becker Photo of M.Sc. Daniel Becker

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(+49)231 755-4453

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(+49)231 755-8084

Address

Fakultät Bio- und Chemieingenieurwesen
Arbeitsgruppe ApparateDesign
Geschossbau 3

Room 532

Information

Curriculum Vitae

Daniel Becker has studied Chemical Engineering at the TU Dortmund University since 2011. He completed his bachelor thesis with the topic ‘Determination of a Correlation for Solid-Liquid Masstransfer in a Siphon Reactor’ at the Laboratory of chemical process engineering. He completed his master at the Laboratory of fluid mechanics with his thesis ‘Numerical investigation of a Liquid droplet leaving a pore into a gaseous shear flow'. Since 2019 he works as a research associate at the Laboratory of Equipment Design investigating new lightweight concepts with bionic structures for pressure vessels.

Research Topics

  • Bionic concepts
  • Structual mechanics simulation
  • Computational fluid dynamics simulation
  • Structual optimization
  • Topology optimization


Publications

Talks

talkD. Becker, N. Adams, I. Fiedler, T. Nissalk, N. Kockmann

Design of bionic structures for pressure vessel elements

JTR Prozess-, Apparate- und Anlagentechnik, 4.-5.11.2019, Dortmund, Germany


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Scientific Theses

BachelorT. Nissalk (Supervisor: D. Becker)

Numerical investigation of a circular plate according to the surface structure of a diatom using the finite element method

TU Dortmund, Fakultät BCI, Arbeitsgruppe Apparatedesign, 22.08.2019

BachelorI. Fiedler (Supervisor: D. Becker)

Simulativer Vergleich von Optimierungsstrategien anhand eines Apparateelements mit Hilfe der Finite-Elemente-Methode

TU Dortmund, Fakultät BCI, Arbeitsgruppe Apparatedesign, 29.11.2019

BachelorN. Adams (Supervisor: D. Becker)

Numerical structure analyses of vacuum vessels in a bionic lightweight sandwich construction

TU Dortmund, Fakultät BCI, Arbeitsgruppe Apparatedesign, 25.09.2019

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