Fak. 5 Verkehrs- und Maschinensysteme

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Identifizierung leistungsrelevanter Merkmale der Teamkommunikation in der Domäne Flugsicherung

Papenfuß, Anne (2019)

Die Arbeit von Teams ist ein Einflussfaktor auf die Leistungsfähigkeit des Luftverkehrssystems. In dieser Arbeit wird ein Ansatz zur Analyse der Teamkommunikation vorgestellt, um Teamarbeit und den Einfluss neuartiger Flugführungskonzepte in High-Fidelity-Simulationen zu erfassen. Hierzu wurde der Einfluss der situativen Faktoren Kommunikationsmedium und Erfahrung auf das Kommunikationsverhalte...

Entwicklung und Validierung eines Diagnostikverfahrens zur Analyse von Lichtbogenfluktuationen beim Gleichstromplasmaspritzen

Thomas, Georg (2019)

Das Gleichstromplasmaspritzen (DC-Plasmaspritzen) mittels Plasmageneratoren in Einkathoden-Einanoden-Anordnung (F4/F6/MC60) ist gekennzeichnet durch eine permanente Instabilität des für die Plasmagenerierung genutzten Gleichstromlichtbogens, hervorgerufen durch dessen axiale und radiale Bewegungen. Dies äußert sich in massiven Fluktuationen der Lichtbogenspannung sowie der Plasmafreistrahlgeome...

Introducing a multivariate model for predicting driving performance: The role of driving anger and personal characteristics

Roidl, Ernst ; Siebert, Felix Wilhelm ; Oehl, Michael ; Höger, Rainer (2013-08-15)

Introduction: Maladaptive driving is an important source of self-inflicted accidents and this driving style could include high speeds, speeding violations, and poor lateral control of the vehicle. The literature suggests that certain groups of drivers, such as novice drivers, males, highly motivated drivers, and those who frequently experience anger in traffic, tend to exhibit more maladaptive ...

The influence of time headway on subjective driver states in adaptive cruise control

Siebert, Felix Wilhelm ; Oehl, Michael ; Pfister, Hans-Rüdiger (2014-06-04)

There is no agreement on the relation between driving parameters and drivers’ subjective states. A linear as well as a threshold relationship for different subjective variables and driving parameters has been put forward. In this study we investigate the relationship between time headway and the ratings of risk, task difficulty, effort, and comfort. Knowledge about this interrelation may advanc...

The exact determination of subjective risk and comfort thresholds in car following

Siebert, Felix Wilhelm ; Oehl, Michael ; Bersch, Florian ; Pfister, Hans-Rüdiger (2017-02-04)

In this study the location of vehicle to vehicle distance thresholds for self-reported subjective risk and comfort was researched. Participants were presented with ascending and descending time headway sequences in a driving simulator. This so called method of limits of ascending and descending stimuli (Gouy, Diels, Reed, Stevens, & Burnett, 2012) was refined to efficiently determine individual...

How speed and visibility influence preferred headway distances in highly automated driving

Siebert, Felix Wilhelm ; Wallis, Fares Lian (2019-07-06)

While the introduction of highly automated vehicles promises lower accident numbers, a main requirement for wide use of these vehicles will be the acceptance by drivers. In this study a crucial variable for the acceptance of highly automated vehicles, the vehicle to vehicle distance expressed in time headway, was researched in a driving simulator. Research has shown that time headway distances,...

Patterns of motorcycle helmet use – a naturalistic observation study in Myanmar

Siebert, Felix Wilhelm ; Albers, Deike ; Naing, U Aung ; Perego, Paolo ; Santikarn, Chamaiparn (2019-01-11)

Developing countries are subject to increased motorization, particularly in the number of motorcycles. As helmet use is critical to the safety of motorcycle riders, the goal of this study was to identify observable patterns of helmet use, which allow a more accurate assessment of helmet use in developing countries. In a video based observation study, 124,784 motorcycle riders were observed at s...

Investigation on Dynamic Response of Rubber in Frictional Contact

Nakano, Ken ; Kawaguchi, Kai ; Takeshima, Kazuho ; Shiraishi, Yu ; Forsbach, Fabian ; Benad, Justus ; Popov, Mikhail ; Popov, Valentin L. (2019-03-26)

In the present work, we analyze a device for measuring the dynamic response of rubber in sliding contact. The principle of the device is to measure excited oscillations of a mechanical system with a sliding contact between a rubber roller and a rigid surface. Depending on the contact properties, varying oscillation amplitudes are measured. The goal is to determine dynamic response properties of...

Survey of Finite Element Method-Based Real-Time Simulations

Marinković, Dragan ; Zehn, Manfred (2019-07-10)

The finite element method (FEM) has deservedly gained the reputation of the most powerful, highly efficient, and versatile numerical method in the field of structural analysis. Though typical application of FE programs implies the so-called “off-line” computations, the rapid pace of hardware development over the past couple of decades was the major impetus for numerous researchers to consider t...

Untersuchung elektrokortikaler Reaktionen auf die Exposition mit Ultraschall

Lindau, Alexander ; Weisskircher, Stephan ; Weinzierl, Stefan ; Gramann, Klaus (2016)

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Analyzing Temporal and Spatial Characteristics of Crop Parameters Using Sentinel-1 Backscatter Data

Harfenmeister, Katharina ; Spengler, Daniel ; Weltzien, Cornelia (2019-07-02)

The knowledge about heterogeneity on agricultural fields is essential for a sustainable and effective field management. This study investigates the performance of Synthetic Aperture Radar (SAR) data of the Sentinel-1 satellites to detect variability between and within agricultural fields in two test sites in Germany. For this purpose, the temporal profiles of the SAR backscatter in VH and VV po...

Enhanced Core-Mantle Coupling Due to Stratification at the Top of the Core

Glane, Sebastian ; Buffett, Bruce (2018-10-30)

Fluctuations in the length of day (LOD) over periods of several decades are commonly attributed to exchanges of angular momentum between the mantle and the core. However, the forces that enable this exchange are less certain. Suggestions include the influence of pressure on boundary topography, electromagnetic forces associated with conducting material in the boundary region and gravitational f...

Experimental Study of Advanced Helmholtz Resonator Liners with Increased Acoustic Performance by Utilising Material Damping Effects

Dannemann, Martin ; Kucher, Michael ; Kunze, Eckart ; Modler, Niels ; Knobloch, Karsten ; Enghardt, Lars ; Sarradj, Ennes ; Höschler, Klaus (2018-10-15)

In aero engines, noise absorption is realised by acoustic liners, e.g., Helmholtz resonator (HR) liners, which often absorb sound only in a narrow frequency range. Due to developments of new engine generations, an improvement of overall acoustic damping performance and in particular more broadband noise absorption is required. In this paper, a new approach to increase the bandwidth of noise abs...

Modeling and Analysis of Contact Conditions during NC-Form Grinding of Cutting Edges

Uhlmann, Eckart ; Bruckhoff, Joachim (2017-07-05)

Due to increasing demands on cutting tools, cutting edge preparation is of high priority because of its influence on the tool life. Current cutting edge preparation processes are mostly limited to generating simple roundings on the cutting edge. Multi-axis high precision form grinding processes offer great potential to generate defined cutting edge microgeometries. Knowledge about the relation ...

Toter Winkel – Herleitung von Problemfeldern und Entwicklung von Maßnahmen bei Unfällen mit rechtsabbiegenden Lkw und geradeaus fahrendem Radverkehr an unfallauffälligen Knotenpunkten in Berlin

Michel, Janina-Charline (2019)

Etwa 50 % der Unfälle mit Radverkehrsbeteiligung in Berlin sind Abbiegeunfälle. Schwerwiegende Unfallfolgen treten häufig dann auf, wenn abbiegende Lkw beteiligt sind. Für den Konflikt sind in den gültigen Planungsrichtlinien bereits einige Maßnahmen zur Entschärfung vorhanden. Die Vielzahl der enthaltenen Maßnahmen zielt jedoch auf die Situation ab, wenn der Rad- (und Kfz-) Verkehr nach dem St...

Editorial: Friction and Wear: From Elementary Mechanisms to Macroscopic Behavior

Pohrt, Roman ; Popov, Valentin L. (2019-08-02)

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Virtual Prototyping and Validation of Cpps within a New Software Framework

Neumeyer, Sebastian ; Exner, Konrad ; Kind, Simon ; Hayka, Haygazun ; Stark, Rainer (2017-02-18)

As a result of the growing demand for highly customized and individual products, companies need to enable flexible and intelligent manufacturing. Cyber-physical production systems (CPPS) will act autonomously in the future in an interlinked production and enable such flexibility. However, German mid-sized plant manufacturers rarely use virtual technologies for design and validation in order to ...

Investigations on the current and future use of radio frequency allocations for small satellite operations

Buscher, Martin (2019)

Global radio frequency spectrum use for satellite communication is a present-day challenge that has been aggravated by the increased launch of small satellites during the past 15 years. This thesis aims to examine both regulatory and technical aspects of spectrum use. The focus of this examination is on frequency bands that are commonly used by small satellites and on those bands that might be ...

Information security for industrial applications

Horn, Christian (2019)

The society that we are living in today makes essential demands on the security of supply for people, especially in large urban metropolitan areas. At the same time, attempts are being made to meet these requirements with the help of technological developments, particularly in automation technology. The implementation of information and communication systems for smart control of machines and pl...

The more the better? The impact of number of stages of likelihood alarm systems on human performance

Balaud, Magali ; Manzey, Dietrich (2015)

Responses to alarms involve decisions under uncertainty. Operators do not know if an alarm is more likely to be a hit or a false alarm. Likelihood alarm systems (LAS) help reduce this uncertainty by providing information about the certainty of their output. Unlike traditional binary alarm systems, they have three or more stages: each one represents a different degree of likelihood that a critic...