|2D Laser Position Sensor, scanCONTROL 3012-50/BL by Micro-Epsilon|
|3D-coordinate measurement machine, PRISMO VAST 5 HTG by Zeiss(in cooperation with the Institute of Machining Technology, TU Dortmund University)|
|3D-Profilometer, VR-5200 by Keyence|
|3D-video measuring system, A250 by Optomess|
|3MA-II measurement system by Fraunhofer IZFP|
|Density measurement system, IMETER V6 by MSB Breitwieser MessSysteme|
|Digital oscilloscopes with 4 channels (HDO6104A and Waverunner 104 MX by LeCroy, TDS420A by Tektronix)|
|Hardness tester, Diatestor 2 RC/S by Wolpert|
|Infrared Camera, Infratec VarioCam HD head 680 S by Infratec|
|Infrared measuring device, PYROSKOP 273 C|
|Large volume SEM, Mira XI by Visitec (in cooperation with the Institute of Machining Technology and the Lehrstuhl für Werkstofftechnologie, TU Dortmund University)|
|Laser extensometer for universal testing machines, laserXtens 2-120 HP/TZ by ZwickRoell|
|Laser-based Photon-Doppler Velocimeter for the measurement of high workpiece velocities|
|Laser Surface Velocimeter for non-contact velocity measurement|
|Light optical microscope, adapted for polarization, Axio Imager.M1m by Zeiss|
|Optical 3D deformation analysis: 4x ARAMIS (2x 5M + 1x 4M + 1x 2M) and 1x ARGUS by GOM|
|Optical 3D digitizer: 2x ATOS Triple Scan and 1x TRITOP by GOM|
|Optical 3D motion analysis, 1x PONTOS 4M by GOM|
|Optical frequency domain reflectometer, space- and time-resolved measurement of temperature and strain, ODiSI-B10 by Polytec|
|Pressure Measurement System using thin film tactile pressure sensors, I-Scan System by Tekscan|
|Pyrometer, Near infrared and multi-wavelength, 3 pc. (Metis M308, Metis M316 and Metis M318) by Sensortherm|
|Residual stress measurement by means of hole drilling technique and Electronic Speckle Pattern Interferometry (ESPI), Prism by Stresstech|
|Residual stress measurement by means of hole drilling technique and strain gauge measurement, Milling Guide RS-200 by Micro-Measurements|
|Tabletop SEM-EDX: Coxem EM-30 PLUS by RJL Micro & Analytic|
|Thermal imaging camera, thermoIMAGER TIM M-1 by Micro- Epsilon|
|Thickness measuring device, CL 304 by Krautkrämer|
|Ultrasonic Thickness Sensor, 38DLPLus by Olympus|
|X-ray diffractometer for measuring residual stresses, Xstress 3000 by Stresstech|
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Location & approach
From highway “A1”
At intersection “Dortmund/Unna” change to highway “A44” in the direction of Dortmund, which becomes the B1. Take the exit “Dortmund-Dorstfeld”, in the direction of “Universität”. Turn right onto “Planetenfeldstraße”, after 850 meters turn left onto “Otto-Hahn-Straße”. After 1 km turn right onto “Marie-Curie-Allee”, after 550 meters keep slightly right to stay on “Baroper Straße”.
From highway “A45”
Take the exit “Dortmund-Eichlinghofen”, in the direction of “Universität”. Turn right onto “Stockumer Straße”, after 800 meters turn left onto “Baroper Straße”.
Please use parking lot entrances 40 or 41 for access to the “Maschinenbau III” building or entrance 42 for access to the Experimental Hall.
- Arrival with DB to Dortmund or Bochum central station.
- From Dortmund central station take the interurban train line S1 in the direction of Düsseldorf and get off at the stop “Dortmund Universität S”.
- From Bochum central station with the interurban train line S1 in the direction of Dortmund and get off at the stop “Dortmund Universität S”
- From the interurban stop “Dortmund Universität S”, take the elevated railway (“H-Bahn” stop “Universität S”) to the stop “Campus Süd”.
From Dortmund Airport
Take a cab to the TU Dortmund University, South Campus (“Campus Süd”) or take the AirportExpress in 20 min. to Dortmund central station. From there take the interurban train line S1 line in the direction of Düsseldorf to the stop “Dortmund Universität S” and from there the elevated railway (“H-Bahn”) to “Campus Süd”.
From Düsseldorf Airport
Take the interurban train line S1 in the direction of Dortmund and get off at the stop “Dortmund Universität S”. From here, take the elevated railway (“H-Bahn”) in the direction of “Campus Süd”.
The facilities of TU Dortmund University are spread over two campuses, the larger Campus North and the smaller Campus South. Additionally, some areas of the university are located in the adjacent "Technologiepark".Zum Lageplan