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The manufacturing processes in production engineering, such as primary forming (for example, casting, sintering), shaping (for example, forging, indenting, rolling, extruding, folding, deep-drawing, beading, crimping, bending, bulging), severing (for example, sawing, turning, milling, drilling, lapping, grinding), joining (for example, welding, soldering, gluing, riveting, screwing), coating (for example, painting, electroplating, powder coating, hot-dip galvanizing), changing the properties of materials (for example, hardening, annealing) to manufacture or modify workpieces. The manufacturing of finished products, such as machines, apparatus, tools, vehicles from blanks or semifinished parts.
Planning and designing technical machines and plants. Automating plants. Interfaces to electrical engineering and electronics, for instance, metrology with target values, actual values, control variables and gear technology.
Automotive engineering, with the subfields of advanced driver assistance systems, automated guided vehicle systems, industrial truck technology, bodywork, motor vehicle navigation, hybrid technology. Internal combustion engines, the functioning of various motors, such as the gasoline engine, diesel engine and electromechanical converter, such as the electric motor (asynchronous motor, synchronous motor).
Air conditioning technology, heating, cooling, cleaning, humidifying and dehumidifying air. HVAC control technology, metrological and thermodynamic control variables.
Machine elements, such as seals, gears, compressors, bearings, couplings, pumps, roll bearings, antifriction bearings or shafts. Related topics in the field of gear and sealing technology.
Materials, such as metals (for example, iron, aluminum) or organic materials such as wood or plastics (for example, thermoplastics, elastomers, thermoplastic elastomers, thermosetting materials such as phenol resins, aminoplastics, epoxy resins and polyurethane), inorganic non-metallic materials (for example, ceramics or glass) or composite materials and their processing.
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