Prof. Dr. Andreas Büter

Networker of Fraunhofer Institut für Betriebsfestigkeit und Systemzuverlässigkeit LBF

Head of Department Lightweight Structures

Bartningstrasse 47
64285 Darmstadt
Hesse
Germany

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The Fraunhofer LBF focused on structural durability, system reliability, plastics and smart structures. The LBF looks back on almost 75 years of experience in the field of structural durability and since a decade has expanded this core competence with the expertise in adaptronics and system reliability. The Fraunhofer LBF hosts the largest R&D group on smart structures including function integrated lightweight design in Europe. Since 1 July 2012, the German Institute for Polymers (DKI) as a renowned research service provider for manufacturers, processors and users of plastics, became a division of Fraunhofer LBF. The ISO 9001 certified LBF owns large facilities for service load/stress measurements, and specializes in computational load/stress calculations (Finite and Boundary Elements Methods), fatigue load simulation on small-to-large scale parts and components and material testing and development. The LBF develops methodologies for fatigue design and fatigue life calculations and has extensive laboratories for smart structures, structural dynamics, lightweight design and for synthesis of plastics.

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    Material Developer R&D for structural Parts

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    Fatigue Investigations (numerical and experimental) Development of SHM Systems Design of FRP-Parts Fatigue Proof