Hesse, Nicolas (M.Sc.)
Nicolas Hesse, M. Sc.
Nicolas Hesse is Ph.D. student at the Institute of Particle Technology of the Friedrich-Alexander University in Erlangen-Nuremberg. He obtained his undergraduate degree in process engineering at the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology. His current research is focused on the characterization of powder and melt rheological properties of polymer materials utilized in additive manufacturing and their processing behavior with varying degree of usage.
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- Peters, G., Wendler, O., Böhringer, D., Gostian, A.O., Müller, S., Canziani, H.,... Döllinger, M. (2021). Human laryngeal mucus from the vocal folds: Rheological characterization by particle tracking microrheology and oscillatory shear rheology. Applied Sciences, 11(7). https://dx.doi.org/10.3390/app11073011
- Hesse, N., Winzer, B., Peukert, W., & Schmidt, J. (2021). Towards a generally applicable methodology for the characterization of particle properties relevant to processing in powder bed fusion of polymers – from single particle to bulk solid behavior. Additive Manufacturing, 101957. https://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.addma.2021.101957
- Hesse, N., Peukert, W., & Schmidt, J. (2020). Enhancement of polyamide laser sinter powder reusability by acid catalyzed hydrolysis. Procedia CIRP, 94, 105-109. https://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.procir.2020.09.021
- Hesse, N., Dechet, M., Gomez Bonilla, J.S., Lübbert, C., Roth, S., Bück, A.,... Peukert, W. (2019). Analysis of tribo-charging during powder spreading in selective laser sintering: Assessment of polyamide 12 powder ageing effects on charging behavior. Polymers, 11(4). https://dx.doi.org/10.3390/polym11040609
- Wudy, K., Schmidt, J., Lanzl, L., Zhao, M., Jaksch, A., Dechet, M.,... Peukert, W. (2019). Kunststoffpulver für die Additive Fertigung: Vorhersage des Prozessverhaltens mittels prozessangepasster Analyse / Plastic powder for Additive Manufacturing: Prediction of process behavior based on process adapted characterization. In Dietmar Drummer (Eds.), Vom Pulver zum multifunktionalen Bauteil. Nürnberg.