Admissions

2017

Admissions

2017

Value Added Training for Students

AutoCAD

AutoCAD is a CAD (Computer Aided Design or Computer Aided Drafting) software application for 2D and 3D design and drafting. It is built to help people in design buildings, products or public spaces without having to draw up plans by hands. It was released in 1982 by Autodesk.Inc.to offer a personnel solution to software that was released only for larger workstations. Through the 1980s, AutoCAD functioned mostly by using simple lines and circles, and text overlays, to setup custom objects. Today it has much more advanced tools that allow for greater 3D modelling and exploration of models, with high quality, fast moving rendering.

Course Description

This course introduces various principles in Engineering Drawing and different aspects in drawing like Orthographic, Parametric, Isometric and Perspective drawings. The course explores the latest tools and techniques of the software package covering all draw commands and options, editing, dimensioning, hatching, and plotting techniques available with AutoCAD Training. Students in this course will be introduced to basic sketching exercises through a number of tutorials.

Course Objectives

The course is designed to be a process or task based approach to learn the individual features and functions of AutoCAD. The course helps in advancing the frontiers of the software, takes the user across a wide spectrum of engineering solutions through progressive examples, comprehensive illustrations, and detailed exercises, thereby making it an ideal solution for automated drafting.

Solid Works

Solid Works is a 3D mechanical CAD (computer-aided design) program that runs on Microsoft Windows and was developed by Dassault Systemes SolidWorks Corp, a subsidiary of Dassault Systems, S. A. (Velizy, France). SolidWorks is highly regarded 3D mechanical design software with powerful 3D design capabilities. SolidWorks is currently used by over 3.4 million engineers and designers at more than 100,000 companies worldwide. SolidWorks is a parasolid-based solid modeller, and utilizes a parametric feature-based approach to create models and assemblies.

Course Description

This course introduces SolidWorks software as a 3-D design tool. Students in this course will be introduced to basic sketching exercises, 3D modelling and assemblies using SolidWorks. They will explore the tools for detail drawing, 3D model construction and manipulation of computer generated models. It covers creation, retrieval and modification of 3-D and layout drawings using basic SolidWorks commands.

Course Objectives

•             The course is designed to be a process or task based approach to learn the individual features and functions of SolidWorks, thereby emphasizing processes and procedures for completion of any task.

•             By building actual parts and assemblies, the student should learn the necessary commands, options and menus in the context of completing a design task.

ANSYS

ANSYS, developed by ANSYS, Inc., USA, is a dedicated Computer Aided Finite Element Modeling and Finite Element Analysis tool. ANSYS is known as the standard in the field of Computer Aided Engineering. The Graphical User Interface (GUI) of ANSYS enables the user to work with 3-dimensional (3D) models and also generate results from them. ANSYS Multiphysics software offers a comprehensive product solution for both multiphysics and single-physics analysis. The product includes structural, thermal, fluid and both high- and low-frequency electromagnetic analysis

Course Description

This course introduces ANSYS Multi-Physics software as an Analysis design tool. Students in this course will be introduced to basic modelling exercises, Static and Dynamic Analysis for various results. They will explore the tools for design and development of various engineering devices.

Course Objectives

The course is designed to be a process or task based approach to learn the individual features and capabilities of ANSYS, thereby emphasizing processes and procedures for completion of any task. It also aims to understand the basic concepts and general working of FEA and there by equip the students in building basic knowledge in numerical analysis Techniques.

MS Project

Microsoft Project is the world's most popular project management software developed and sold by Microsoft. The application is designed to assist project managers in developing plans, assigning resources to tasks, tracking progress, managing budgets and analyzing workloads. Schedules can be resource leveled. The chain is visualized in a Gantt chart. Resource definitions (people, equipment and materials) can be shared between projects using a shared resource pool. Each resource can have its own calendar which defines what days and shifts a resource is available. Resource rates are used to calculate resource assignment costs which are rolled up and summarized the resource level. Each resource can be assigned to multiple tasks in multiple plans and each task can be assigned multiple resources. Microsoft Project schedules task work based on the resource availability as defined in the resource calendars. All resources can be defined in an enterprise resource pool. Microsoft Project creates budgets based on assignment work and resource rates. As resources are assigned to tasks and assignment work estimated, Microsoft Project calculates the cost equals the work times the rate. This rolls up to the task level, then to any summary tasks and finally to the project level. Microsoft Project has been extended with Microsoft Office Project Server and Microsoft Project Web Access. Microsoft recognizes different classes of users. These different classes of users can have differing access levels to projects, views and other data. Custom objects such as calendars, views, tables, filters and fields are stored in an enterprise global database, which is shared by all users.

Course Description

Microsoft Project 2016 is a powerful tool for creating and managing projects. This module offers a comprehensive look at the features of Project that most people will use most frequently. This module also provides invaluable hands‐on experience so that you can plan, track, and manage projects. This module is divided into two parts: Part 1 introduces to the rich field of project management and shows the major parts of the Project 2016 interface. Part 2 takes through a complete project life cycle (planning, tracking, and managing) with a streamlined use of Project features and capabilities.

Course Objectives

    To identify various concepts in simple scheduling

    The course is a task‐based approach through a number of tutorials to learn the advanced features and functions of MS Project 2016, thereby emphasizing processes and procedures for managing the project.

    By generating project, the student should learn the necessary commands, options and menus in the context of completing a task

    After the completion of this course, the student will be able to simple project life cycle.

 

MATLAB

MATLAB is a high-performance language for technical computing. It integrates computation, visualization, and programming in an easy-to-use environment where problems and solutions are expressed in familiar mathematical notation.

Typical uses include:

    Math and computation

    Algorithm development

    Modeling, simulation, and prototyping

    Data analysis, exploration, and visualization

    Scientific and engineering graphics

    Application development, including Graphical User Interface building

Course Description

This course introduces students to MATLAB programming, and demonstrates its use for scientific computations. The basics of computational techniques are expounded through various coding examples and problems, and practical ways to use MATLAB will be discussed. This course will introduce you to some of the many useful MATLAB features, focusing on the one's which are most useful for programming. This course is aimed at first-time users.

Course Objectives

Upon completion of MEADD 302, students will be able to implement programs using MATLAB and apply those skills towards the numerical solution of engineering problems.

Aspen Plus Training

CNC Center/Proto Center 999

CNC machining Centres including both Milling machine and Lathe is a powerful automated product development solution. It uses the ideal entry level CNC control Siemens SINUMERIK, provides the perfect control solution for each of these machine designs. These centres deliver the advanced performance and leading-edge technologies for different phases of product design and manufacturing. As a tool set for CAD/CAM/CAE, it is compact, user-friendly and ideally suited for basic turning and milling applications as well as standardized machine designs. These powerful tools also facilitate part programming and simulation through Interactive Computer Graphics. Protocentre 999 is a low cost 3D printer that uses additive layering techniques in Rapid Prototyping.

Course Description

This module will introduce the students to the advance modeling and assembly tools. In addition, this covers the advance modules of Surfacing, Drafting, and Synchronous modeling. In this module, the students will learn about the advanced part modeling, top-down and bottom-up assembly design, and advanced programming tools of Siemens control. They will also learn basic machining operations using CNC turning and milling centers through a number of tutorials. It also covers some advanced topics on part programming like canned cycles for various operations. This course also offers different rapid prototyping Techniques and basic 3D printing Practises on Protocentre999.

Course Objectives

  • To identify various concepts in machining technology like NC, CNC and DNC  

  • The course is a task-based approach through a number of tutorials to learn the advanced features and functions of CNC machines, thereby emphasizing processes and procedures for completion of any task.  

  • By generating part programs, the student should learn the necessary commands, options and menus in the context of completing a design task

  • After the completion of this course, the student is able to machine the part and inspect it dimensional integrity within the tolerances of the part print without the aid of an instructor. 

 

FLUENT-CFD

Computational Fluid Dynamics is a branch of science which uses applied mathematics and powerful computers to solve thermal and fluid flow problems. A Thermal and Fluid flow problem can be represented mathematically by using the Navier Stokes equations which are essentially PDEs. The solutions to such set of PDEs are limited to only very simple cases. Although experimental analysis and testing offers a solution to real world problems, with the increasing need for improving the performance, it is now required to optimize the parameters involved. Financial burden is huge in carrying out many experimental runs. It is because of long time span involved for making design modifications, material wastage and other auxiliary expenses. CFD simulation is less expensive and lucrative option in terms of money, material wastage and time. CFD as a field developed only in the late 20th century. But in this short span it has come a long way from just computer programs to commercially available codes (solvers) with user friendly screens. Among the many commercially available codes, the most sort after solver is FLUENT. It is extensively used by industry, research organizations and academicians alike to solve thermal and fluid flow problems.

 

Course Description

This module will introduce the students to the field of Computational Fluid Dynamics. Students will learn to model a problem in the field of thermal and fluid flow, find solution and analyse the results. They will be introduced to the geometry modelling tool-Design Modeller, learn the aspects of meshing. They will learn to solve a numerical problem using FLUENT. They will also be introduced to analyzing solution obtained using post processing tools. They will be provided with various exercises to understand various technical aspects associated with thermal and fluid flow modelling in order to equip them with the necessary skills to solve any given problem.

 Course Objectives

  • To introduce Computational Fluid Dynamics as a field of study and its relevance

  • The course is a task‐based approach through a number of tutorials to learn to solve thermal and fluid flow problems from modelling, meshing, generating solution and its analysis

  • In the post processing part, students should be able to analyse the solution and determine physical phenomena relevant to the given thermal and fluid flow problem

  • After the completion of this course, the students should be able to model any basic heat transfer and fluid flow phenomena, solve it and perform its analysis.

MATLAB

MATLAB is a high-performance language for technical computing. It integrates computation, visualization, and programming in an easy-to-use environment where problems and solutions are expressed in familiar mathematical notation.

Typical uses include:

    Math and computation

    Algorithm development

    Modeling, simulation, and prototyping

    Data analysis, exploration, and visualization

    Scientific and engineering graphics

    Application development, including Graphical User Interface building

Course Description

This course introduces students to MATLAB programming, and demonstrates its use for scientific computations. The basics of computational techniques are expounded through various coding examples and problems, and practical ways to use MATLAB will be discussed. This course will introduce you to some of the many useful MATLAB features, focusing on the one's which are most useful for programming. This course is aimed at first-time users.

Course Objectives

Upon completion of MEADD 302, students will be able to implement programs using MATLAB and apply those skills towards the numerical solution of engineering problems.

Specialized software Training – HeatProp and Hysis

Other training programmes conducted:

  • Rapid Prototyping – One Day session – Third Year Students
  • CNC Training Programme for Final Year Students
  • Bosch Training on Automotive Electricals for Second Year and Third Year students
  • Sessions on Technical Writing for final year students

 

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Mechnius 2017

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Technical Symposium - 29/04/2017

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3D Printing - 25/03/2017

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