M. Tech. Machine Design

In the era of automation and mechanization, newer design & design innovation is promising and relevant considering fast escalating requirement of manufacturing industries. In light of this, Post Graduate Program in Machine Design is designed to equip students for professional careers in Design Industries and Research Organizations. Advanced subjects strengthen the students’ knowledge for efficient designs with optimum material utilization. The program curriculum involves Analysis of static and dynamic forces to design machine elements to meet strength, safety, reliability and cost specifications. The program focuses on Design of Mechanisms and Components using Analytical, Numerical and Experimental approaches. It aims to provide knowledge of the behaviour of materials and systems in both elastic and plastic ranges, failure modes and mechanisms in both static and dynamic conditions. A well-defined career in Design Engineering can be established by the student at the end of the course.

Value Added Course

AutoCAD – AutoCAD is a CAD (Computer Aided Design or Computer Aided Drafting) software application for 2D and 3D design and drafting. This course introduces various principles in Engineering Drawing and different aspects in drawing like Orthographic, Parametric, Isometric and Perspective drawings. The course at Saintgits 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.

Solid Works – Solid Works is a 3D mechanical CAD (computer-aided design) program that runs on Microsoft Windows. SolidWorks is highly regarded 3D mechanical design software with powerful 3D design capabilities. Students in this course are introduced to basic sketching exercises, 3D modelling and assemblies using SolidWorks. It covers creation, retrieval and modification of 3-D and layout drawings using basic SolidWorks commands.

ANSYS – ANSYS, developed by ANSYS, Inc., USA, is a dedicated Computer Aided Finite Element Modelling and Finite Element Analysis tool. ANSYS is known as the standard in the field of Computer Aided Engineering. This course at Saintgits introduces ANSYS Multi-Physics software as an Analysis design tool. Students in this course are introduced to basic modelling exercises, Static and Dynamic Analysis for various results.

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. Microsoft Project 2016 is a powerful tool for creating and managing projects. This module also provides invaluable hands‐on experience so that students can plan, track, and manage projects.

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. This course introduces students to MATLAB programming and demonstrates its use for scientific computations. This course introduces students to some of the many useful MATLAB features, focusing on the ones which are most useful for programming.

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, which provides the perfect control solution for each of these machine designs. Protocentre 999 is a low-cost 3D printer that uses additive layering techniques in Rapid Prototyping. In the advanced module, the students learn about the advanced modelling, top-down and bottom-up assembly design, and advanced programming tools of Siemens control.

FLUENT-CFD – Computational Fluid Dynamics is a branch of science which uses applied mathematics and powerful computers to solve thermal and fluid flow problems. Students learn to model a problem in the field of thermal and fluid flow, find a solution and analyse the results. They are also introduced to the geometry modelling tool-Design Modeller, learn the aspects of meshing. They also learn to solve a numerical problem using FLUENT.

Other Programs – Training programs conducted are:

  • 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