Julius Müller

M. Sc.
Chair and Institute for Machine Elements and Systems Engineering


Building 1220
Room 207
Eilfschornsteinstr. 18
52062 Aachen



Julius Müller studied Mechanical Engineering from 2015 to 2018 attaining his B. Sc. at Leibniz University Hannover. In 2021, he recieved his M. Sc. in Mechanical Engineering from Technical University Braunschweig. As part of his thesis he investigated the vibroacoustic behavoir of joints in wind energy converters at Enercon.

In 2021 Mr. Müller joint the Noise-Vibration-Harshness group at the MSE as a research assistant in the department of System Engineering – Modeling and Simulation. His research focuses on modelling powertrains using multi-body simulation and the finite element method aswell as the investigation of bolted joints.



Source Author(s)
[Contribution to a conference proceedings, Journal Article]
Model-based NVH optimization of a tractor drivetrain during different phases of a design adaption
In: Forschung im Ingenieurwesen = Engineering research, 87 (1), 147-157, 2023
[DOI: 10.1007/s10010-023-00632-3]
Müller, Julius (Corresponding author)
Jacobs, Georg
Ramm, Marco
Wischmann, Stefan Tobias
Jagla, Patrick Karol
et al.
[Dissertation / PhD Thesis]
Strukturdynamik von Kurbelwelle und Motorblock mit hydrodynamischen Lagerreaktionen -
In: Fortschritt-Berichte VDI : Reihe 11, Schwingungstechnik 201, 1994
Müller, Joachim
[Contribution to a conference proceedings]
Dynamik biege- und torsionsweicher Kurbelwellen
In: Antriebstech. Kolloq. 93. Hrsg. H. Peeken [u.a.] Köln 1993, 1993
Knoll, G.
Müller, J.