The laboratory is part of the Instituts für Experimentelle Statik. In the air-conditioned laboratory, components up to 2.50 m can be examined in short and long-term tests, e.g. to determine static and dynamic material parameters or component load-bearing capacities. Furthermore, student experiments take place here so that students can literally understand complex theoretical issues through experiments.
|courses and projects||Elective module Bauingenieurwesen B. Sc.; Mandatory module EMSI Bauen und Umwelt M.Sc.; Project and |
Theses with an experimental component
|location||Faculty 2, Dept. of Building and Environment |
Neustadtswall 30, AB building, 8th floor, room 802-805
|opening hours||after consultation|
Workshop and laboratory workplaces are available for the training of students, where tests with different materials can be prepared and carried out. Non-destructive testing methods, micro-concrete laboratory, hydraulic-mechanical testing devices and load frames for structural safety verifications prepare students for professional practice.
The Institute for Experimental Structural Analysis IFES has been conducting third-party funded (cooperative) research projects for over 30 years.
Currently, the research project "System for the use of mobile cranes for carrying out load tests on road bridges with smaller span widths (in short: SyMoB)" is being worked on.
The Institute for Experimental Statics (IFES) at Bremen University of Applied Sciences was founded in 1977 to teach students the theory of statics in a practical way. Due to the growing interest of industry in new assessment methods, the institute also increasingly devoted itself to application-oriented research in this field. Today, the IFES focuses on
experimental structural safety verifications (load tests), building diagnosis as well as experimentally supported calculations (hybrid statics). True to its guiding principle "Preservation instead of demolition and new construction", IFES stands for economic and at the same time environmentally friendly solutions for building in existing structures.
To the website of the Institute for Experimental Statics (IFES)