Courses - CAD/CAM/CAE Training Institute-MITSU CAD

Mechanical CADD

Foundation in Mechanical CAD Courses
S NO. Software Duration Course Contents
1 AutoCAD 2D (2010/11/12) 40 Hours click here
2 AutoCAD 3D (2010/11/12) 40 Hours click here
3 AutoCAD (Productivity Tools) 40 Hours click here
4 AutoCAD (Mechanical 2012) 80 Hours click here
5 Solid Edge (ST3) 80 Hours click here
6 Pro/Engineer (WF 5.0/ Creo) 80 Hours click here
7 Unigraphics NX-7.5 80 Hours click here
8 SolidWorks (2010/11/12) 80 Hours click here
9 CATIA V5R20/ V6 80 Hours click here
Foundation in Mechanical CAE Courses
S NO. Software Duration Course Contents
1 ANSYS V14 80 Hours click here
2 Hypermesh V11, Radios, Optistruct (Altair Engineering) 80 Hours click here
3 NX(Nastran)-Basic 40 Hours click here
4 NX(Nastran)-Advanced 80 Hours click here
5 Ansys Workbench V14 80 Hours click here
Diploma in Mechanical CAD Courses
S NO. Software Duration Course Contents
1 AutoCAD-2D+Pro/E 120 Hours click here
2 AutoCAD-2D+NX-UG 120 Hours click here
3 AutoCAD-2D+SolidWorks 120 Hours click here
4 AutoCAD-2D+Catia 120 Hours click here
5 Pro/E+NX-UG 120 Hours click here
6 Pro/E+SolidWorks 120 Hours click here
Advanced Diploma in Mechanical CAD Courses
S NO. Software Duration Course Contents
1 AutoCAD-2D+Pro/E+NX-UG 200 Hours click here
2 AutoCAD-2D+Pro/E+SolidWorks 200 Hours click here
3 AutoCAD-2D+Pro/E+CATIA 200 Hours click here
4 AutoCAD-2D+NX-UG+CATIA 200 Hours click here
5 AutoCAD-2D+NX-UG+SolidWorks 200 Hours click here
6 AutoCAD-2D+SolidWorks+CATIA 200 Hours click here
Professional in Mechanical CAD/CAE Courses
S NO. Software Duration Course Contents
1 AutoCAD-2D+Pro/E+NX-UG+Ansys 280 Hours click here
2 AutoCAD-2D+Pro/E+SolidWorks+Ansys 280 Hours click here
3 AutoCAD-2D+Pro/E+Catia+Ansys 280 Hours click here
4 AutoCAD-2D+NX-UG+Catia+Ansys 200 Hours click here
Master in Mechanical CAD/CAE Courses
S NO. Software Duration Course Contents
1 AutoCAD-2D+Pro/E+NX-UG+Catia+Ansys 360 Hours click here
2 AutoCAD-2D+Pro/E+NX-UG+SolidWorks+Ansys 360 Hours click here
Foundation in CNC/CAM Courses
S NO. Software Duration Course Contents
1 NX-CAM 40 Hours click here
2 Pro/E-CAM 40 Hours click here
3 DelCAM 40 Hours click here
4 MasterCAM 40 Hours click here
5 Wirecut-EDM Programming 10 Hours click here
6 CNC-Setting 25 Hours click here
7 CNC-Operating 25 Hours click here
8 CNC-Programming+Simulator 30 Hours click here
9 CNC-Setting +Operating 50 Hours click here
10 CNC-Operating +Programming+Simulator 55 Hours click here
11 CNC-Setting +Programming+Simulator 55 Hours click here
12 CNC-Operating+Programming+Setting+Simulator 80 Hours click here
Diploma in CNC/CAM Courses
S NO. Software Duration Course Contents
1 AutoCAD-2D+CNC Complete+Simulator 120 Hours click here
Advanced Diploma in CNC/CAM Courses
S NO. Software Duration Course Contents
1 CNC Complete+MasterCAM(for CNC Turning)+Simulator 120 Hours click here
2 CNC Complete+DelCAM+Simulator 120 Hours click here
3 CNC Complete+UG CAM(VMC Programming)+Simulator 130 Hours click here

Civil CADD

Foundation in Civil CAD Courses
S NO. Software Duration Course Contents
1 AutoCAD-Civil 60 Hours click here
2 X-Steel 80 Hours click here
3 Staad.Pro V8i 80 Hours click here
4 In-Rail 60 Hours click here
5 Estimator 60 Hours click here
6 Microstation 80 Hours click here
7 GIS /ARC GIS 80 Hours click here
Diploma in Civil CAD/CAE Courses
S NO. Software Duration Course Contents
1 AutoCAD(Civil)+Staad.Pro 160 Hours click here
Advanced Diploma in Civil CAD/CAE Courses
S NO. Software Duration Course Contents
1 AutoCAD(Civil)+Staad.Pro+Estimator 180 Hours click here
2 Photoshop Landscaping 40 Hours click here

Electrical CADD

Foundation in Electrical CAD Courses
S NO. Software Duration Course Contents
1 AutoCAD-Electrical 60 Hours click here
2 PLC,Electrical & Electronics circuit design 80 Hours click here

Advanced Industrial Add-Ons

Advanced Course in Industrial Add-Ons
S NO. Software Duration Course Contents
1 Progressive Die Design 60 Hours click here
2 Mold Design Using Pro/Mold 80 Hours click here
3 Sheet Metal Blank Development (Fastblank/ Hyperform) 10 Hours click here
4 Die Engineering 30 Hours click here
5 Free Form Class A Surface 40 Hours click here

Project Management

Foundation in PPM Courses
S NO. Software Duration Course Contents
1 PPM Concepts 20 Hours click here
2 MS Project 2010 40 Hours click here
3 Primavera P6 40 Hours click here
Diploma in PPM Courses
S NO. Software Duration Course Contents
1 MS Project+Primavera 80 Hours click here

Industrial Engineering

Advanced Auto Domain

Advanced Course in Auto Domain
S NO. Software Duration Course Contents
1 Fundamentals of Vehicle Design & Packaging 80 Hours click here
2 Automotive Chassis Training 80 Hours click here
3 Automotive Interior Trim Training 80 Hours click here
4 Automotive Powertrain Training 80 Hours click here
5 Automotive BIW/ Structures Training 80 Hours click here

Plant Design

Foundation Course in Plant Design
S NO. Software Duration Course Contents
1 PDMS 80 Hours click here
2 CAESAR II 80 Hours click here

Textile/ Fashion Design

Architectural CADD

Foundation in Arch. CAD Courses
S NO. Software Duration Course Contents
1 AutoCAD-Architectural 80 Hours click here
2 Revit-2013 80 Hours click here
3 ArchiCAD 80 Hours click here
4 3DS Max 80 Hours click here
5 3DS Max for Architects-Advanced 60 Hours click here
6 MAYA 80 Hours click here
7 Adobe Illustrator 80 Hours click here
8 Photoshop Max Integration 40 Hours click here
9 Photoshop 3D for Architects 20 Hours click here
10 V-Ray Rendering 40 Hours click here
Diploma in Arch. CAD Courses
S NO. Software Duration Course Contents
1 AutoCAD+3DS Max+Revit MEP 180 Hours click here

Course Contents- AutoCAD (2D) 

  • About 2D Software
  • Explaining Graphical User Interface
  • Drawing simple sketches (Line, Arc, Circle, Ellipse, Polygon etc.)
  • Drawing settings
  • Modifying entities
  • Object selection methods
  • Settings and modifying entity properties
  • Creating and managing layers
  • Adding Annotations and Dimension to your drawing
  • Creating Text styles and Dimension styles
  • Creating Construction lines and Semi-infinite lines
  • Creating blocks and attributes
  • Working with Tables
  • Creating and viewing slides
  • Slide library
  • Running scripts
  • Creating compound documents with OLE
  • Electronic transmit
  • Plotting your drawings
  • Layout management
  • Exporting object
  • Project
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Course Contents- AutoCAD (3D)

  • 3D modeling concepts in AutoCAD
  • Understand, use Viewpoint and UCS
  • Viewports
  • Create wireframe models
  • Surface models
  • Solid models
  • Shading the model
  • Slice the 3D model
  • Create Sectional view
  • Boolean operations
  • Editing Solid model
  • 3D Solid primitives
  • Lighting & Rendering techniques
  • Work with images
  • Import and Export
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AUTOCAD (Productivity Tools)

• Filter
• Group
• Cal
• Syntax of expressions
• Manage Drawings
• Working with Blocks
• Block
• Insert
• Wblock
• Attributes
• Base
• Attdisp
• Eattedit
• Attredef
• Battman
• Minsert
• Divide
• Measure
• Mslide
• Vslide
• Slide Library
• Script
• Extracting Attribute Information
• Attext
• Creating compound Documents with OLE
• Editing Linked views
• Inserttobj
• Olelinks
• CAD Standerds
• Batch Standerd Checker
• Working with Hyperlinks
• Blocks Vs. External references
• External references
• Attaching Xrefs
• Overlaying Xrefs
• Detaching Xrefs
• Unloading Xrefs
• Reloading Xrefs
• Blinding Xrefs
• X bind
• Demand Loading and Maximizing Xref Performance
• Using layer and Spatial Indexes
• Creating and Modifying Project Names
• Handling Xref Errors
• Circular References
• Clipping Blocks & Xref
• Editiing References in Place
• X open
• Ettransmit
• Rscript
• Communication Centre
• AutoCAD DesignCener
• Block and Xref Name Conflicts
• Intro to Plotter and Printer
• Plotting in AutoCAD 2006
• Plot Stamping
• Using Plot Styles
• Creating a Plot style Table
• Setting up Plotters and Printers
• Calibratting a Plotter
• Drawing web Format
• Design Publisher
• Autodesk Express viewer
• Publish to web
• Web Drag ‘n’ Drop
• Layout Management
• Working with layout
• Using a layout Template
• Determining Layout Settings
• Setting the plot area
• DWF format
• Creating Floating Viewpoints
• Attaching Plot style Tables to Viewpoints
• Editing in Floating Viewpoints
• Creating Nonrectangular Viewpoints

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Course Contents- AutoCAD (Mechanical 2012)

Module 1: Getting Started

  • Introduction to CADLearning for AutoCAD Mechanical 2012
  • AutoCAD Mechanical Environment Overview
  • AutoCAD Mechanical - Default User Interface
  • AutoCAD Mechanical - Alternate User Interfaces
  • AutoCAD Mechanical - Help
  • AutoCAD Mechanical - Basic

Module 2: Concepts of Layer Management

  • AutoCAD Mechanical - Layer Management
  • AutoCAD Mechanical - Layer Management Tools

Module 3: Creating Designs

  • Geometry Creation and Manipulation
  • Drawing Rectangles and Squares
  • Drawing Centerlines
  • Drawing More Centerlines
  • Adding Standard Holes
  • Adding Slots
  • Adding Counterbored and Countersunk Holes
  • Drawing Section Lines
  • Drawing Zig Zag and Symmetrical Lines
  • Using Construction Line Tools
  • Using Basic Construction Lines
  • Using Construction Line Circles
  • Projecting Construction Lines
  • Using Contour Tracing
  • Using Hatch Commands
  • Adding Fillets
  • Adding Chamfers
  • Using the Offset Command
  • Using the Move, Copy and Rotate Commands
  • Using Join and 2D Hide Commands
  • Editing and Erasing Mechanical Objects
  • Using Power Copy
  • Creating Shafts with Shaft Generator
  • Editing Shafts with Shaft Generator
  • Creating Shaft Side Views and Section Views
  • Using Spring Utilities
  • Creating Chain and Belt Design - Length
  • Creating Chain and Belt Design Tools
  • Creating Shaft Parts
  • Inserting Structural Steel Shapes
  • Using Power View

Module 4: Managing and Using Content Libraries

  • Using Content Libraries
  • Inserting Objects from Content Libraries
  • Using Content Manager
  • Creating Custom Content Libraries
  • Adding Content to Custom Libraries
  • General Enhancements

Module 5: Annotations and Documentation

  • Annotation and Documentation Overview
  • Using Leaders
  • Power Dimensioning
  • Power Dimensioning - Radial and Diametrical Dimensions
  • Power Dimensioning - Angle and Chamfer Dimensions
  • Power Dimensioning - Dialog Box
  • Power Dimensioning - Fits and Tolerances
  • Power Dimensioning - Settings
  • Power Dimensioning - Multiple Dimensions
  • Editing Automatic Dimensions
  • Editing Power Dimensions
  • Using Weld Representations
  • Creating Leader Notes
  • Using Surface Texture Symbols
  • Creating Simple Hide Situations
  • Editing a Simple Hide Situation
  • Creating Hole Charts
  • Using Hole Chart Settings
  • Editing Dimensions - Joining, Inserting and Checking Dimensions
  • Editing Dimensions - Breaking Dimensions
  • Creating Detail View
  • Creating Title Blocks and Borders
  • Using Dimension and Symbol Scale Factor
  • Creating Weld Symbols
  • Viewport Creation and Editing

Module 6: Designing Assemblies with Layer Groups

  • Creating Layer Groups
  • Layer Group Overview
  • Creating Layer Group Concepts
  • Using Layer Group Tools
  • Using Additional Layer Group Tools and Techniques

Module 7: Designing Assemblies with Structure

  • Structure Overview
  • Understanding Structure Concepts
  • Creating Structure Bill of Material Tools
  • Creating Folders
  • Creating an Assembly with Structure
  • Creating Additional Structure Views
  • Creating Structure Annotation Views
  • Browsing Structure Tools

Module 8: Documenting Parts and Assemblies

  • BOM Concepts
  • Creating and Editing Part References
  • Working with the Bill of Material Database
  • Bill of Material Database Settings
  • Creating and Editing Parts Lists
  • Parts List Filters and Groups
  • Adding Balloons
  • Balloon Settings

Module 9: Analysis and Validation

  • Analysis Overview
  • Using Moment of Inertia
  • Calculating Deflection Line
  • Calculating Shafts
  • Finite Element Analysis
  • Finite Element Analysis Meshing and Results
  • Cam Profile Generator
  • Cam Profile and Analysis

Module 10: Interoperability with AutoCAD

  • Interoperability of AutoCAD and Mechanical
  • AutoCAD to Mechanical
  • Mapping AutoCAD Layers
  • Removing Mechanical Structure
  • Migrating Title Blocks and Parts Lists

Module 11: Interoperability with Inventor

  • Documenting Inventor Models with Mechanical
  • Creating Inventor Links
  • Creating Projected Views
  • Creating Section and Broken Views
  • Creating Multiple Views and Detail Views
  • Updating Inventor Link Drawings
  • Drawing View Settings
  • Documenting Inventor Assemblies

Module 12: Implementing Preferences and Standards

  • Preferences and Standards Overview
  • AM - Standards Settings
  • AM - Structure Settings
  • AM - Drawing Settings
  • AM - Content Settings
  • AM - Shaft Settings
  • AM - Calculation Settings
  • AM - Preferences Settings
  • Associative Hide Settings
  • Power Snap Settings
  • Object Property Settings
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Course Contents- SolidEdge ST3

  • SolidEdge concepts
  • Using the SolidEdge interface
  • Creating sketcher geometry
  • Creating extrudes, revolves, and ribs
  • Selecting and editing
  • Creating datum features
  • Utilizing internal sketches and embedded datums
  • Creating sweeps and blends
  • Creating holes and shells
  • Creating rounds, chamfers and Drafts
  • Variable section sweeps, Helical sweeps and Swept blends
  • Creating patterns
  • Group, copy, and mirror tools
  • Measuring and inspecting models
  • Advanced reference management
  • Relations and parameters
  • Layers, Family tables & UDF
  • Assembling with constraints
  • Exploding assemblies
  • Creating surface features
  • Editing surface features in SolidEdge
  • Creating drawing views
  • Creating drawing details
  • Using advanced assembly constraints
  • Creating and using component interfaces
  • Creating and using flexible components
  • Using assembly features and shrinkwrap
  • Replacing components in an assembly
  • Understanding simplified reps
  • Creating cross-sections, display styles, and combined views
  • Substituting components by rep, envelope, and model
  • Creating and using assembly structure and skeletons
  • Introduction to sheet metal design
  • Primary walls, Secondary and unattached walls
  • Unbend, bend back and cuts
  • Notches and punches
  • Sheet metal forms
  • Bending & Unbending sheet metal geometry
  • Converting solid parts
  • Sheet metal drawings with flat states and bend order table
  • Real time rendering
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Course Contents- Pro/E (Wildfire 5.0/ Creo)

  • Learning the basic Pro/ENGINEER Design Process
  • Understanding Pro/ENGINEER concepts
  • Learning how to use the Pro/ENGINEER interface
  • Selecting and editing items
  • Sketching geometry and using tools
  • Creating sketches for features
  • Creating datum planes and datum axes
  • Use advanced sketching techniques
  • Creating extrudes, revolves, ribs, sweeps, and blends
  • Utilizing internal sketches and embedded datums
  • Creating holes, drafts, and shells
  • Create advanced blends
  • Creating rounds and chamfers
  • Create advanced rounds and chamfers
  • Grouping, copying, and mirroring items
  • Creating patterns
  • Create advanced patterns
  • Advanced modeling
  • Measuring and inspecting models
  • Use relations and parameters
  • Create family tables
  • Reuse features
  • Learn advanced copy techniques
  • Assembling with constraints
  • Exploding assemblies
  • Creating drawing views
  • Creating drawing details
  • Using layers
  • Investigating parent/child relationships
  • Capturing and managing design intent
  • Resolving failures and seeking help
  • Comprehensive Design Project
  • Advanced Assembly Design Duration
  • Top-down process
  • Creating design frame works
  • Creating and Using Flexible Components
  • Restructuring and Mirroring Assemblies
  • Using Assembly Features and Shrink wrap
  • Replacing Components in an Assembly
  • Understanding the Basics of Simplified Reps
  • Creating Cross-Sections, Display Styles, and Combined Views
  • Substituting Components By Rep, Envelope, and Model
  • Understanding Advanced Simplified Rep Functionality
  • Managing complex drawings
  • Project
  • Sheet Metal design Duration
  • Sheet Metal part construction philosophy
  • Sheet Metal construction features
  • Setting up Sheet Metal design environment
  • Bend order
  • Generating flat state model
  • Sheet Metal drawings
  • Converting solid Pro/Engineer to Sheet Metal parts
  • Application of UDF’s in Sheet Metal design
  • Sheet Metal information tools
  • Mold design Duration
  • Basic about mold
  • Plastic materials
  • Type of molds
  • Mold parts
  • Feeding system
  • Creating the reference model
  • Understanding shrinkage
  • Creating a work piece automatically
  • Creating and assembling a work piece manually
  • Reclassifying and removing mold model components
  • Mold volume creation
  • Parting line and parting surface creation
  • Splitting mold volumes
  • Mold component extraction
  • Mold features creation
  • Filling and opening the mold
  • Project
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Course Contents- Unigraphics NX-7.5

  • User Interface
  • Sketcher essentials
  • Constraining sketches
  • Managing sketches
  • Datums
  • Creating part features
  • Editing parts
  • Knowledge Fusion
  • Creating fundamental curves
  • Editing Curves
  • Editing Freeform Features
  • Basic Assembly Concepts
  • Creating Assemblies
  • Positioning Assembly Components
  • Assembly Arrangements and Arrays
  • Assembly Revisions and Component Replacements
  • Assembly Sequencing and Motion
  • Assemblies – Clearance and Analysis
  • Deformable Components
  • Part Families
  • Introduction to Drafting
  • Drawings and Views
  • Creating dimensions, notes and labels
  • Plotting Drawings
  • GD&T Symbols
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Course Description- SolidWorks 2010/11/12

  • Sketcher basics
  • 3D sketching
  • Part modeling
  • Creating reference geometries
  • Editing features
  • Advanced modeling tools
  • Configuration
  • Design table/library features
  • Import/Export of files
  • Surface overview
  • Bottom-up assembly
  • Top-Down assembly
  • Exploding assemblies
  • Simulation/ Detailing
  • BOM, Balloon tools
  • Sheet metal
  • PDM Works
  • Weldment
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Course Contents- CATIA

  • CATIA User Interface
  • Parametric modeling
  • Manipulating objects
  • Creating Sketches
  • Sketched features
  • Transformation features
  • Dress up features
  • Modifying parts
  • Design table and external file management
  • Assembling components
  • Positioning components using Constraints
  • Editing parts in assembly
  • Exploding the assembly
  • Wireframe and surface design
  • Data exchange
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Course Contents- ANSYS V14

  • Theory of FEA
  • Exploring the GUI
  • Graphics picking
  • General analysis procedure
  • Solid modeling
  • Defining Work planes
  • Coordinate Systems
  • Importing geometry
  • Defining element attributes
  • Element types
  • Generating mesh
  • Free meshing
  • Mapped meshing
  • Defining material
  • Defining loads and boundary conditions
  • APDL basics
  • Select logic
  • Solvers
  • Post processing
  • Structural Static analysis
  • Modal analysis
  • Transient Dynamic analysis
  • Nonlinear analysis-Material Nonlinearity
  • Beam analysis
  • Thermal analysis
  • Coupled Field analysis
  • Project

Course Contents- Vibration Analysis using ANSYS

  • Introduction to Vibration
  • Free Vibration
  • Importance of Free Vibration in Design Consideration
  • Governing Equation for Free Vibration
  • Solving an example on Free Vibration using FEM
  • Understanding the usage of Command Mode in ANSYS
  • Understanding the problem and creating a Representative Finite Element Model
  • General Analysis Procedure
  • Interpret the results
  • Project

 

 

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HyperMesh

Introduction
Pre-processing for Finite Element Analysis

This is an introductory course for using HyperMesh to create and set up finite element models for analysis. A combination of lectures and exercises will familiarize students with the HyperMesh environment, process, and suite of tools needed to start using HyperMesh.

Lessons are taught with a process driven approach that challenge the student to learn, use and explore the software in real world situations.

Training Format

• 6 days@ 2hours/day
• Instructor led
• Presentation and hands-on exercises

Course Syllabus

• Basic knowledge of Finite Element Analysis
• Basic interaction with HyperMesh
- User interface
- Opening / saving files
- Working with panels
- Model organization
- Display control

• Preparing geometry for meshing
- Repairing surface topology
- Midsurfaces
- Defeaturing models

• Shell meshing
- Refining surface topology
- Automeshing – meshing on surface geometry
- Checking and editing mesh
- Batch meshing

• Creating hexa and penta mesh
- Creating & editing solid geometry
- Creating hex mesh with the solid map panel

• Tetra meshing
- Volume TetraMeshing
- Standard TetraMeshing
- TetraMesh Process Manager

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Course Contents- NX-Nastran

  • Commonly used properties/materials and their practical uses.
  • Translating FEA mathematics into plain language.
  • Modelling assumptions such as linear vs non-linear.
  • Effective use of CAD geometry in Femap.
  • Midsurfacing of "thin solids", geometry construction and editing.
  • Choices of model units; consistent units.
  • Constraints - their numerous uses and how to get them right.
  • Effective meshing, connectivity and mesh checking.
  • Common loading types in Femap.
  • Results as loads.
  • Model checking prior to analysis.
  • Efficient analysis techniques (eg multiple simultaneous cases, symmetry).
  • Results verification, result types, "precision", "accuracy" and results algebra.
  • Diagnosing common errors.
  • Output formats, reporting and using results from / in other sources.
  • Contact modelling and assemblies.
  • Basic guide to transient and non-linear in Femap.
  • "How-to" user interface guide - the most efficient methods for: selecting;
  • constructing; editing; filtering; reporting; viewing; grouping.
  • Introduction to macros and automation.
  • Introduction to the Nastran format.
  • Numerous hands-on workshop problems covering the above content.
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Course Contents-NX-Nastran

 

FEA and NASTRAN

§     What is FEA?

§     About NASTRAN

§     NASTRAN Basics

 

Starting  NASTRAN

§       Environment

§      The GUI

§      Graphics and Picking

§      The Database and Files

§      Saving Files

§      Exiting NASTRAN

§      File Types

 

General Analysis Procedure

§      Overview

§      Preliminary Decisions

§      Preprocessing

§      Solution

§      Post processing

 

Introduction to Modeling

§      Direct Generation vs. Solid Modeling

§      Direct Generation

§      Creating nodes and elements

§      Filling between nodes

§      Setting Element Attributes

 

Solid Modeling

Bottom up

§      Using key points

§      Using lines, splines & arcs

§      Using areas and volumes (arbitrary)

Top Down

From Primitives

§      Creating rectangle, circle, polygon, block, cylinder, prism, sphere, cone and torus.

§      Concepts of hard points, line fillets and area fillets.

 

Modeling with Boolean operations

§      Intersect

§      Add

§      Subtract

§      Overlap

§      Glue

§      Divide

 

Introduction to Coordinate Systems

Types of coordinate Systems

§      Global & Local

§      Active coordinate system

Introduction to Working Planes

§      Creating a new working plane

§      Moving and rotating the working plane

Modify / Transformation commands

§      Copy

§      Reflect

§      Move/ Modify

§      Scale

 

Model Creation by Extrusion

§      Sweeping key points along a trajectory to create lines

§      Revolving key points about an axis to create arcs or full circles, normal to the axis

§      Sweeping lines or splines along a trajectory to get areas

§      Revolving lines, splines or arcs about an axis to create cylindrical areas.

§      Giving depth to an area to create a volume, normal to the area

§      Creating a volume with tapered faces

§      Sweeping an area along a trajectory to create a volume

§      Revolving an area about an axis to create a cylindrical volume

§      Extending Lines

§      Modifying an existing line by extending that line to a desired length

§      Creating a new line on the basis of an existing line, where the existing line will not be modified.

 

Meshing

Introduction to elements

§      One Dimensional Elements

§      Two Dimensional Elements

§      Two and Half Dimensional Elements

§      Three Dimensional Elements

§      Quadrilateral Elements

§      Triangular Elements

§      Brick Elements

§      Tetrahedral Elements

§      Shell Elements

Introduction to Meshing

Mapped and free meshing

How to control mesh size?

How to use Mesh Tool?

Concatenation and its significance

Clearing mesh and re-meshing

Some useful meshing techniques

Numbering Controls

§      Merging Coincident Points

§      Compressing Item Numbers

§      Setting Start Number & viewing Start Number Status

§      Adding Number Offset

What is coupling and how to create coupled sets of nodes?

 

Structural analysis 

 

Exercises

  1. Statically Indeterminate Reaction Force Analysis
  2. Beam Stresses and Deflections
  3. Deflection of a Hinged Support
  4. Combined Bending and Torsion
  5. Thermally Loaded Support Structure

 

Modal Analysis

We use modal analysis to determine the vibration characteristics (natural frequencies and mode shapes) of a structure or a machine component while it is being designed. It also can be a starting point for another, more detailed, dynamic analysis, such as a transient dynamic analysis, a harmonic response analysis, or a spectrum analysis.

 

Exercises

  1. Natural Frequency of a Spring-Mass System
  2. Natural Frequency of a Motor-Generator
  3. Fundamental Frequency of a Simply Supported Beam
  4. Vibration of a String Under Tension
  5. Automobile Suspension System Vibration

 

Exercises

  1. Harmonic Response of a Dynamic System
  2. Harmonic Response of a Two-Mass-Spring System
  3. Harmonic Response of a Guitar String
  4. Harmonic Response of a Spring-mass System

 

  

Buckling Analysis

Exercises

1.   Buckling of a Bar with Hinged Ends (Line Elements)

 Buckling of a Bar with Hinged Ends (Area Elements)

 Snap-Through Buckling of a Hinged Shell

 Transient Dynamic Analysis- Some Theory

 

Exercises

  1. Transient Response to a Constant Force
  2. Transient Response of a Ball Impacting a Flexible Surface
  3. Plastic Response to a Suddenly Applied Constant Force
  4. Transient Response of a Drop Container
  5. Transient Response of a Spring-mass System

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Course Contents- Ansys Workbench V14(foundation)

  • Mechanical Basics
  • General Preprocessing
  • Meshing in Mechanical
  • Static Structural Analysis
  • Vibration Analysis
  • Thermal Analysis
  • Linear Buckling Analysis
  • Results and Postprocessing
  • CAD & Parameters
  • Advanced Named Selections
  • Remote Boundary Conditions
  • Joints, Beams and Springs
  • Virtual Topology
  • Rigid Bodies
  • Constraint Equations
  • Multistep Analysis
  • Contact and Mesh Connections

 

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Course Contents- AutoCAD-2D + Pro/E

AutoCAD-2D Pro/E
  • About 2D Software
  • Explaining Graphical User Interface
  • Drawing simple sketches (Line, Arc, Circle, Ellipse, Polygon etc.)
  • Drawing settings
  • Modifying entities
  • Object selection methods
  • Settings and modifying entity properties
  • Creating and managing layers
  • Adding Annotations and Dimension to your drawing
  • Creating Text styles and Dimension styles
  • Creating Construction lines and Semi-infinite lines
  • Creating blocks and attributes
  • Working with Tables
  • Creating and viewing slides
  • Slide library
  • Running scripts
  • Creating compound documents with OLE
  • Electronic transmit
  • Plotting your drawings
  • Layout management
  • Exporting object
  • Project
  • Pro/ENGINEER concepts
  • Using the Pro/ENGINEER interface
  • Creating sketcher geometry
  • Creating extrudes, revolves, and ribs
  • Selecting and editing
  • Creating datum features
  • Utilizing internal sketches and embedded datums
  • Creating sweeps and blends
  • Creating holes and shells
  • Creating rounds, chamfers and Drafts
  • Variable section sweeps, Helical sweeps and Swept blends
  • Creating patterns
  • Group, copy, and mirror tools
  • Measuring and inspecting models
  • Advanced reference management
  • Relations and parameters
  • Layers, Family tables & UDF
  • Assembling with constraints
  • Exploding assemblies
  • Creating surface features
  • Editing surface features in Pro/ENGINEER
  • Creating drawing views
  • Creating drawing details
  • Using advanced assembly constraints
  • Creating and using component interfaces
  • Creating and using flexible components
  • Using assembly features and shrinkwrap
  • Replacing components in an assembly
  • Understanding simplified reps
  • Creating cross-sections, display styles, and combined views
  • Substituting components by rep, envelope, and model
  • Creating and using assembly structure and skeletons
  • Introduction to sheet metal design
  • Primary walls, Secondary and unattached walls
  • Unbend, bend back and cuts
  • Notches and punches
  • Sheet metal forms
  • Bending & Unbending sheet metal geometry
  • Converting solid parts
  • Sheet metal drawings with flat states and bend order table
  • Real time rendering
×

Course Contents- AutoCAD-2D + NX-UG

AutoCAD-2D NX-UG
  • About 2D Software
  • Explaining Graphical User Interface
  • Drawing simple sketches (Line, Arc, Circle, Ellipse, Polygon etc.)
  • Drawing settings
  • Modifying entities
  • Object selection methods
  • Settings and modifying entity properties
  • Creating and managing layers
  • Adding Annotations and Dimension to your drawing
  • Creating Text styles and Dimension styles
  • Creating Construction lines and Semi-infinite lines
  • Creating blocks and attributes
  • Working with Tables
  • Creating and viewing slides
  • Slide library
  • Running scripts
  • Creating compound documents with OLE
  • Electronic transmit
  • Plotting your drawings
  • Layout management
  • Exporting object
  • Project
  • User Interface
  • Sketcher essentials
  • Constraining sketches
  • Managing sketches
  • Datums
  • Creating part features
  • Editing parts
  • Knowledge Fusion
  • Creating fundamental curves
  • Editing Curves
  • Editing Freeform Features
  • Basic Assembly Concepts
  • Creating Assemblies
  • Positioning Assembly Components
  • Assembly Arrangements and Arrays
  • Assembly Revisions and Component Replacements
  • Assembly Sequencing and Motion
  • Assemblies – Clearance and Analysis
  • Deformable Components
  • Part Families
  • Introduction to Drafting
  • Drawings and Views
  • Creating dimensions, notes and labels
  • Plotting Drawings
  • GD&T Symbols
×

Course Contents- AutoCAD-2D + SolidWorks

AutoCAD-2D SolidWorks
  • About 2D Software
  • Explaining Graphical User Interface
  • Drawing simple sketches (Line, Arc, Circle, Ellipse, Polygon etc.)
  • Drawing settings
  • Modifying entities
  • Object selection methods
  • Settings and modifying entity properties
  • Creating and managing layers
  • Adding Annotations and Dimension to your drawing
  • Creating Text styles and Dimension styles
  • Creating Construction lines and Semi-infinite lines
  • Creating blocks and attributes
  • Working with Tables
  • Creating and viewing slides
  • Slide library
  • Running scripts
  • Creating compound documents with OLE
  • Electronic transmit
  • Plotting your drawings
  • Layout management
  • Exporting object
  • Project
  • Sketcher basics
  • 3D sketching
  • modeling
  • Creating reference geometries
  • Editing features
  • Advanced modeling tools
  • Configuration
  • Design table/library features
  • Import/Export of files
  • Surface overview
  • Bottom-up assembly
  • Top-Down assembly
  • Exploding assemblies
  • Simulation/ Detailing
  • BOM, Balloon tools
  • Sheet metal
  • PDM Works
  • Weldment
×

Course Contents- AutoCAD-2D + Catia

AutoCAD-2D Catia
  • About 2D Software
  • Explaining Graphical User Interface
  • Drawing simple sketches (Line, Arc, Circle, Ellipse, Polygon etc.)
  • Drawing settings
  • Modifying entities
  • Object selection methods
  • Settings and modifying entity properties
  • Creating and managing layers
  • Adding Annotations and Dimension to your drawing
  • Creating Text styles and Dimension styles
  • Creating Construction lines and Semi-infinite lines
  • Creating blocks and attributes
  • Working with Tables
  • Creating and viewing slides
  • Slide library
  • Running scripts
  • Creating compound documents with OLE
  • Electronic transmit
  • Plotting your drawings
  • Layout management
  • Exporting object
  • Project
  • CATIA User Interface
  • Parametric modeling
  • Manipulating objects
  • Creating Sketches
  • Sketched features
  • Transformation features
  • Dress up features
  • Modifying parts
  • Design table and external file management
  • Assembling components
  • Positioning components using Constraints
  • Editing parts in assembly
  • Exploding the assembly
  • Wireframe and surface design
  • Data exchange
×

Course Contents- Pro/E + NX-UG

Pro/E NX-UG
  • Pro/ENGINEER concepts
  • Using the Pro/ENGINEER interface
  • Creating sketcher geometry
  • Creating extrudes, revolves, and ribs
  • Selecting and editing
  • Creating datum features
  • Utilizing internal sketches and embedded datums
  • Creating sweeps and blends
  • Creating holes and shells
  • Creating rounds, chamfers and Drafts
  • Variable section sweeps, Helical sweeps and Swept blends
  • Creating patterns
  • Group, copy, and mirror tools
  • Measuring and inspecting models
  • Advanced reference management
  • Relations and parameters
  • Layers, Family tables & UDF
  • Assembling with constraints
  • Exploding assemblies
  • Creating surface features
  • Editing surface features in Pro/ENGINEER
  • Creating drawing views
  • Creating drawing details
  • Using advanced assembly constraints
  • Creating and using component interfaces
  • Creating and using flexible components
  • Using assembly features and shrinkwrap
  • Replacing components in an assembly
  • Understanding simplified reps
  • Creating cross-sections, display styles, and combined views
  • Substituting components by rep, envelope, and model
  • Creating and using assembly structure and skeletons
  • Introduction to sheet metal design
  • Primary walls, Secondary and unattached walls
  • Unbend, bend back and cuts
  • Notches and punches
  • Sheet metal forms
  • Bending & Unbending sheet metal geometry
  • Converting solid parts
  • Sheet metal drawings with flat states and bend order table
  • Real time rendering
  • User Interface
  • Sketcher essentials
  • Constraining sketches
  • Managing sketches
  • Datums
  • Creating part features
  • Editing parts
  • Knowledge Fusion
  • Creating fundamental curves
  • Editing Curves
  • Editing Freeform Features
  • Basic Assembly Concepts
  • Creating Assemblies
  • Positioning Assembly Components
  • Assembly Arrangements and Arrays
  • Assembly Revisions and Component Replacements
  • Assembly Sequencing and Motion
  • Assemblies – Clearance and Analysis
  • Deformable Components
  • Part Families
  • Introduction to Drafting
  • Drawings and Views
  • Creating dimensions, notes and labels
  • Plotting Drawings
  • GD&T Symbols
×

Course Contents- Pro/E + SolidWorks

Pro/E SolidWorks
  • Pro/ENGINEER concepts
  • Using the Pro/ENGINEER interface
  • Creating sketcher geometry
  • Creating extrudes, revolves, and ribs
  • Selecting and editing
  • Creating datum features
  • Utilizing internal sketches and embedded datums
  • Creating sweeps and blends
  • Creating holes and shells
  • Creating rounds, chamfers and Drafts
  • Variable section sweeps, Helical sweeps and Swept blends
  • Creating patterns
  • Group, copy, and mirror tools
  • Measuring and inspecting models
  • Advanced reference management
  • Relations and parameters
  • Layers, Family tables & UDF
  • Assembling with constraints
  • Exploding assemblies
  • Creating surface features
  • Editing surface features in Pro/ENGINEER
  • Creating drawing views
  • Creating drawing details
  • Using advanced assembly constraints
  • Creating and using component interfaces
  • Creating and using flexible components
  • Using assembly features and shrinkwrap
  • Replacing components in an assembly
  • Understanding simplified reps
  • Creating cross-sections, display styles, and combined views
  • Substituting components by rep, envelope, and model
  • Creating and using assembly structure and skeletons
  • Introduction to sheet metal design
  • Primary walls, Secondary and unattached walls
  • Unbend, bend back and cuts
  • Notches and punches
  • Sheet metal forms
  • Bending & Unbending sheet metal geometry
  • Converting solid parts
  • Sheet metal drawings with flat states and bend order table
  • Real time rendering
  • Sketcher basics
  • 3D sketching
  • modeling
  • Creating reference geometries
  • Editing features
  • Advanced modeling tools
  • Configuration
  • Design table/library features
  • Import/Export of files
  • Surface overview
  • Bottom-up assembly
  • Top-Down assembly
  • Exploding assemblies
  • Simulation/ Detailing
  • BOM, Balloon tools
  • Sheet metal
  • PDM Works
  • Weldment
×
AutoCAD-2D Pro/E NX-UG
  • About 2D Software
  • Explaining Graphical User Interface
  • Drawing simple sketches (Line, Arc, Circle, Ellipse, Polygon etc.)
  • Drawing settings
  • Modifying entities
  • Object selection methods
  • Settings and modifying entity properties
  • Creating and managing layers
  • Adding Annotations and Dimension to your drawing
  • Creating Text styles and Dimension styles
  • Creating Construction lines and Semi-infinite lines
  • Creating blocks and attributes
  • Working with Tables
  • Creating and viewing slides
  • Slide library
  • Running scripts
  • Creating compound documents with OLE
  • Electronic transmit
  • Plotting your drawings
  • Layout management
  • Exporting object
  • Project
  • Pro/ENGINEER concepts
  • Using the Pro/ENGINEER interface
  • Creating sketcher geometry
  • Creating extrudes, revolves, and ribs
  • Selecting and editing
  • Creating datum features
  • Utilizing internal sketches and embedded datums
  • Creating sweeps and blends
  • Creating holes and shells
  • Creating rounds, chamfers and Drafts
  • Variable section sweeps, Helical sweeps and Swept blends
  • Creating patterns
  • Group, copy, and mirror tools
  • Measuring and inspecting models
  • Advanced reference management
  • Relations and parameters
  • Layers, Family tables & UDF
  • Assembling with constraints
  • Exploding assemblies
  • Creating surface features
  • Editing surface features in Pro/ENGINEER
  • Creating drawing views
  • Creating drawing details
  • Using advanced assembly constraints
  • Creating and using component interfaces
  • Creating and using flexible components
  • Using assembly features and shrinkwrap
  • Replacing components in an assembly
  • Understanding simplified reps
  • Creating cross-sections, display styles, and combined views
  • Substituting components by rep, envelope, and model
  • Creating and using assembly structure and skeletons
  • Introduction to sheet metal design
  • Primary walls, Secondary and unattached walls
  • Unbend, bend back and cuts
  • Notches and punches
  • Sheet metal forms
  • Bending & Unbending sheet metal geometry
  • Converting solid parts
  • Sheet metal drawings with flat states and bend order table
  • Real time rendering
  • User Interface
  • Sketcher essentials
  • Constraining sketches
  • Managing sketches
  • Datums
  • Creating part features
  • Editing parts
  • Knowledge Fusion
  • Creating fundamental curves
  • Editing Curves
  • Editing Freeform Features
  • Basic Assembly Concepts
  • Creating Assemblies
  • Positioning Assembly Components
  • Assembly Arrangements and Arrays
  • Assembly Revisions and Component Replacements
  • Assembly Sequencing and Motion
  • Assemblies – Clearance and Analysis
  • Deformable Components
  • Part Families
  • Introduction to Drafting
  • Drawings and Views
  • Creating dimensions, notes and labels
  • Plotting Drawings
  • GD&T Symbols
×
AutoCAD-2D Pro/E SolidWorks
  • About 2D Software
  • Explaining Graphical User Interface
  • Drawing simple sketches (Line, Arc, Circle, Ellipse, Polygon etc.)
  • Drawing settings
  • Modifying entities
  • Object selection methods
  • Settings and modifying entity properties
  • Creating and managing layers
  • Adding Annotations and Dimension to your drawing
  • Creating Text styles and Dimension styles
  • Creating Construction lines and Semi-infinite lines
  • Creating blocks and attributes
  • Working with Tables
  • Creating and viewing slides
  • Slide library
  • Running scripts
  • Creating compound documents with OLE
  • Electronic transmit
  • Plotting your drawings
  • Layout management
  • Exporting object
  • Project
  • Pro/ENGINEER concepts
  • Using the Pro/ENGINEER interface
  • Creating sketcher geometry
  • Creating extrudes, revolves, and ribs
  • Selecting and editing
  • Creating datum features
  • Utilizing internal sketches and embedded datums
  • Creating sweeps and blends
  • Creating holes and shells
  • Creating rounds, chamfers and Drafts
  • Variable section sweeps, Helical sweeps and Swept blends
  • Creating patterns
  • Group, copy, and mirror tools
  • Measuring and inspecting models
  • Advanced reference management
  • Relations and parameters
  • Layers, Family tables & UDF
  • Assembling with constraints
  • Exploding assemblies
  • Creating surface features
  • Editing surface features in Pro/ENGINEER
  • Creating drawing views
  • Creating drawing details
  • Using advanced assembly constraints
  • Creating and using component interfaces
  • Creating and using flexible components
  • Using assembly features and shrinkwrap
  • Replacing components in an assembly
  • Understanding simplified reps
  • Creating cross-sections, display styles, and combined views
  • Substituting components by rep, envelope, and model
  • Creating and using assembly structure and skeletons
  • Introduction to sheet metal design
  • Primary walls, Secondary and unattached walls
  • Unbend, bend back and cuts
  • Notches and punches
  • Sheet metal forms
  • Bending & Unbending sheet metal geometry
  • Converting solid parts
  • Sheet metal drawings with flat states and bend order table
  • Real time rendering
  • Sketcher basics
  • 3D sketching
  • modeling
  • Creating reference geometries
  • Editing features
  • Advanced modeling tools
  • Configuration
  • Design table/library features
  • Import/Export of files
  • Surface overview
  • Bottom-up assembly
  • Top-Down assembly
  • Exploding assemblies
  • Simulation/ Detailing
  • BOM, Balloon tools
  • Sheet metal
  • PDM Works
  • Weldment
×
AutoCAD-2D Pro/E CATIA
  • About 2D Software
  • Explaining Graphical User Interface
  • Drawing simple sketches (Line, Arc, Circle, Ellipse, Polygon etc.)
  • Drawing settings
  • Modifying entities
  • Object selection methods
  • Settings and modifying entity properties
  • Creating and managing layers
  • Adding Annotations and Dimension to your drawing
  • Creating Text styles and Dimension styles
  • Creating Construction lines and Semi-infinite lines
  • Creating blocks and attributes
  • Working with Tables
  • Creating and viewing slides
  • Slide library
  • Running scripts
  • Creating compound documents with OLE
  • Electronic transmit
  • Plotting your drawings
  • Layout management
  • Exporting object
  • Project
  • Pro/ENGINEER concepts
  • Using the Pro/ENGINEER interface
  • Creating sketcher geometry
  • Creating extrudes, revolves, and ribs
  • Selecting and editing
  • Creating datum features
  • Utilizing internal sketches and embedded datums
  • Creating sweeps and blends
  • Creating holes and shells
  • Creating rounds, chamfers and Drafts
  • Variable section sweeps, Helical sweeps and Swept blends
  • Creating patterns
  • Group, copy, and mirror tools
  • Measuring and inspecting models
  • Advanced reference management
  • Relations and parameters
  • Layers, Family tables & UDF
  • Assembling with constraints
  • Exploding assemblies
  • Creating surface features
  • Editing surface features in Pro/ENGINEER
  • Creating drawing views
  • Creating drawing details
  • Using advanced assembly constraints
  • Creating and using component interfaces
  • Creating and using flexible components
  • Using assembly features and shrinkwrap
  • Replacing components in an assembly
  • Understanding simplified reps
  • Creating cross-sections, display styles, and combined views
  • Substituting components by rep, envelope, and model
  • Creating and using assembly structure and skeletons
  • Introduction to sheet metal design
  • Primary walls, Secondary and unattached walls
  • Unbend, bend back and cuts
  • Notches and punches
  • Sheet metal forms
  • Bending & Unbending sheet metal geometry
  • Converting solid parts
  • Sheet metal drawings with flat states and bend order table
  • Real time rendering
  • CATIA User Interface
  • Parametric modeling
  • Manipulating objects
  • Creating Sketches
  • Sketched features
  • Transformation features
  • Dress up features
  • Modifying parts
  • Design table and external file management
  • Assembling components
  • Positioning components using Constraints
  • Editing parts in assembly
  • Exploding the assembly
  • Wireframe and surface design
  • Data exchange
×
AutoCAD-2D NX-UG CATIA
  • About 2D Software
  • Explaining Graphical User Interface
  • Drawing simple sketches (Line, Arc, Circle, Ellipse, Polygon etc.)
  • Drawing settings
  • Modifying entities
  • Object selection methods
  • Settings and modifying entity properties
  • Creating and managing layers
  • Adding Annotations and Dimension to your drawing
  • Creating Text styles and Dimension styles
  • Creating Construction lines and Semi-infinite lines
  • Creating blocks and attributes
  • Working with Tables
  • Creating and viewing slides
  • Slide library
  • Running scripts
  • Creating compound documents with OLE
  • Electronic transmit
  • Plotting your drawings
  • Layout management
  • Exporting object
  • Project
  • User Interface
  • Sketcher essentials
  • Constraining sketches
  • Managing sketches
  • Datums
  • Creating part features
  • Editing parts
  • Knowledge Fusion
  • Creating fundamental curves
  • Editing Curves
  • Editing Freeform Features
  • Basic Assembly Concepts
  • Creating Assemblies
  • Positioning Assembly Components
  • Assembly Arrangements and Arrays
  • Assembly Revisions and Component Replacements
  • Assembly Sequencing and Motion
  • Assemblies – Clearance and Analysis
  • Deformable Components
  • Part Families
  • Introduction to Drafting
  • Drawings and Views
  • Creating dimensions, notes and labels
  • Plotting Drawings
  • GD&T Symbols
  • CATIA User Interface
  • Parametric modeling
  • Manipulating objects
  • Creating Sketches
  • Sketched features
  • Transformation features
  • Dress up features
  • Modifying parts
  • Design table and external file management
  • Assembling components
  • Positioning components using Constraints
  • Editing parts in assembly
  • Exploding the assembly
  • Wireframe and surface design
  • Data exchange
×
AutoCAD-2D NX-UG SolidWorks
  • About 2D Software
  • Explaining Graphical User Interface
  • Drawing simple sketches (Line, Arc, Circle, Ellipse, Polygon etc.)
  • Drawing settings
  • Modifying entities
  • Object selection methods
  • Settings and modifying entity properties
  • Creating and managing layers
  • Adding Annotations and Dimension to your drawing
  • Creating Text styles and Dimension styles
  • Creating Construction lines and Semi-infinite lines
  • Creating blocks and attributes
  • Working with Tables
  • Creating and viewing slides
  • Slide library
  • Running scripts
  • Creating compound documents with OLE
  • Electronic transmit
  • Plotting your drawings
  • Layout management
  • Exporting object
  • Project
  • User Interface
  • Sketcher essentials
  • Constraining sketches
  • Managing sketches
  • Datums
  • Creating part features
  • Editing parts
  • Knowledge Fusion
  • Creating fundamental curves
  • Editing Curves
  • Editing Freeform Features
  • Basic Assembly Concepts
  • Creating Assemblies
  • Positioning Assembly Components
  • Assembly Arrangements and Arrays
  • Assembly Revisions and Component Replacements
  • Assembly Sequencing and Motion
  • Assemblies – Clearance and Analysis
  • Deformable Components
  • Part Families
  • Introduction to Drafting
  • Drawings and Views
  • Creating dimensions, notes and labels
  • Plotting Drawings
  • GD&T Symbols
  • Sketcher basics
  • 3D sketching
  • modeling
  • Creating reference geometries
  • Editing features
  • Advanced modeling tools
  • Configuration
  • Design table/library features
  • Import/Export of files
  • Surface overview
  • Bottom-up assembly
  • Top-Down assembly
  • Exploding assemblies
  • Simulation/ Detailing
  • BOM, Balloon tools
  • Sheet metal
  • PDM Works
  • Weldment
×
AutoCAD-2D SolidWorks CATIA
  • About 2D Software
  • Explaining Graphical User Interface
  • Drawing simple sketches (Line, Arc, Circle, Ellipse, Polygon etc.)
  • Drawing settings
  • Modifying entities
  • Object selection methods
  • Settings and modifying entity properties
  • Creating and managing layers
  • Adding Annotations and Dimension to your drawing
  • Creating Text styles and Dimension styles
  • Creating Construction lines and Semi-infinite lines
  • Creating blocks and attributes
  • Working with Tables
  • Creating and viewing slides
  • Slide library
  • Running scripts
  • Creating compound documents with OLE
  • Electronic transmit
  • Plotting your drawings
  • Layout management
  • Exporting object
  • Project
  • Sketcher basics
  • 3D sketching
  • modeling
  • Creating reference geometries
  • Editing features
  • Advanced modeling tools
  • Configuration
  • Design table/library features
  • Import/Export of files
  • Surface overview
  • Bottom-up assembly
  • Top-Down assembly
  • Exploding assemblies
  • Simulation/ Detailing
  • BOM, Balloon tools
  • Sheet metal
  • PDM Works
  • Weldment
  • CATIA User Interface
  • Parametric modeling
  • Manipulating objects
  • Creating Sketches
  • Sketched features
  • Transformation features
  • Dress up features
  • Modifying parts
  • Design table and external file management
  • Assembling components
  • Positioning components using Constraints
  • Editing parts in assembly
  • Exploding the assembly
  • Wireframe and surface design
  • Data exchange
×
AutoCAD-2D Pro/E NX-UG Ansys
  • About 2D Software
  • Explaining Graphical User Interface
  • Drawing simple sketches (Line, Arc, Circle, Ellipse, Polygon etc.)
  • Drawing settings
  • Modifying entities
  • Object selection methods
  • Settings and modifying entity properties
  • Creating and managing layers
  • Adding Annotations and Dimension to your drawing
  • Creating Text styles and Dimension styles
  • Creating Construction lines and Semi-infinite lines
  • Creating blocks and attributes
  • Working with Tables
  • Creating and viewing slides
  • Slide library
  • Running scripts
  • Creating compound documents with OLE
  • Electronic transmit
  • Plotting your drawings
  • Layout management
  • Exporting object
  • Project
  • Pro/ENGINEER concepts
  • Using the Pro/ENGINEER interface
  • Creating sketcher geometry
  • Creating extrudes, revolves, and ribs
  • Selecting and editing
  • Creating datum features
  • Utilizing internal sketches and embedded datums
  • Creating sweeps and blends
  • Creating holes and shells
  • Creating rounds, chamfers and Drafts
  • Variable section sweeps, Helical sweeps and Swept blends
  • Creating patterns
  • Group, copy, and mirror tools
  • Measuring and inspecting models
  • Advanced reference management
  • Relations and parameters
  • Layers, Family tables & UDF
  • Assembling with constraints
  • Exploding assemblies
  • Creating surface features
  • Editing surface features in Pro/ENGINEER
  • Creating drawing views
  • Creating drawing details
  • Using advanced assembly constraints
  • Creating and using component interfaces
  • Creating and using flexible components
  • Using assembly features and shrinkwrap
  • Replacing components in an assembly
  • Understanding simplified reps
  • Creating cross-sections, display styles, and combined views
  • Substituting components by rep, envelope, and model
  • Creating and using assembly structure and skeletons
  • Introduction to sheet metal design
  • Primary walls, Secondary and unattached walls
  • Unbend, bend back and cuts
  • Notches and punches
  • Sheet metal forms
  • Bending & Unbending sheet metal geometry
  • Converting solid parts
  • Sheet metal drawings with flat states and bend order table
  • Real time rendering
  • User Interface
  • Sketcher essentials
  • Constraining sketches
  • Managing sketches
  • Datums
  • Creating part features
  • Editing parts
  • Knowledge Fusion
  • Creating fundamental curves
  • Editing Curves
  • Editing Freeform Features
  • Basic Assembly Concepts
  • Creating Assemblies
  • Positioning Assembly Components
  • Assembly Arrangements and Arrays
  • Assembly Revisions and Component Replacements
  • Assembly Sequencing and Motion
  • Assemblies – Clearance and Analysis
  • Deformable Components
  • Part Families
  • Introduction to Drafting
  • Drawings and Views
  • Creating dimensions, notes and labels
  • Plotting Drawings
  • GD&T Symbols
  • Theory of FEA
  • Exploring the GUI
  • Graphics picking
  • General analysis procedure
  • Solid modeling
  • Defining Work planes
  • Coordinate Systems
  • Importing geometry
  • Defining element attributes
  • Element types
  • Generating mesh
  • Free meshing
  • Mapped meshing
  • Defining material
  • Defining loads and boundary conditions
  • APDL basics
  • Select logic
  • Solvers
  • Post processing
  • Structural Static analysis
  • Modal analysis
  • Transient Dynamic analysis
  • Nonlinear analysis-Material Nonlinearity
  • Beam analysis
  • Thermal analysis
  • Coupled Field analysis
  • Project
×
AutoCAD-2D Pro/E SolidWorks Ansys
  • About 2D Software
  • Explaining Graphical User Interface
  • Drawing simple sketches (Line, Arc, Circle, Ellipse, Polygon etc.)
  • Drawing settings
  • Modifying entities
  • Object selection methods
  • Settings and modifying entity properties
  • Creating and managing layers
  • Adding Annotations and Dimension to your drawing
  • Creating Text styles and Dimension styles
  • Creating Construction lines and Semi-infinite lines
  • Creating blocks and attributes
  • Working with Tables
  • Creating and viewing slides
  • Slide library
  • Running scripts
  • Creating compound documents with OLE
  • Electronic transmit
  • Plotting your drawings
  • Layout management
  • Exporting object
  • Project
  • Pro/ENGINEER concepts
  • Using the Pro/ENGINEER interface
  • Creating sketcher geometry
  • Creating extrudes, revolves, and ribs
  • Selecting and editing
  • Creating datum features
  • Utilizing internal sketches and embedded datums
  • Creating sweeps and blends
  • Creating holes and shells
  • Creating rounds, chamfers and Drafts
  • Variable section sweeps, Helical sweeps and Swept blends
  • Creating patterns
  • Group, copy, and mirror tools
  • Measuring and inspecting models
  • Advanced reference management
  • Relations and parameters
  • Layers, Family tables & UDF
  • Assembling with constraints
  • Exploding assemblies
  • Creating surface features
  • Editing surface features in Pro/ENGINEER
  • Creating drawing views
  • Creating drawing details
  • Using advanced assembly constraints
  • Creating and using component interfaces
  • Creating and using flexible components
  • Using assembly features and shrinkwrap
  • Replacing components in an assembly
  • Understanding simplified reps
  • Creating cross-sections, display styles, and combined views
  • Substituting components by rep, envelope, and model
  • Creating and using assembly structure and skeletons
  • Introduction to sheet metal design
  • Primary walls, Secondary and unattached walls
  • Unbend, bend back and cuts
  • Notches and punches
  • Sheet metal forms
  • Bending & Unbending sheet metal geometry
  • Converting solid parts
  • Sheet metal drawings with flat states and bend order table
  • Real time rendering
  • Sketcher basics
  • 3D sketching
  • modeling
  • Creating reference geometries
  • Editing features
  • Advanced modeling tools
  • Configuration
  • Design table/library features
  • Import/Export of files
  • Surface overview
  • Bottom-up assembly
  • Top-Down assembly
  • Exploding assemblies
  • Simulation/ Detailing
  • BOM, Balloon tools
  • Sheet metal
  • PDM Works
  • Weldment
  • Theory of FEA
  • Exploring the GUI
  • Graphics picking
  • General analysis procedure
  • Solid modeling
  • Defining Work planes
  • Coordinate Systems
  • Importing geometry
  • Defining element attributes
  • Element types
  • Generating mesh
  • Free meshing
  • Mapped meshing
  • Defining material
  • Defining loads and boundary conditions
  • APDL basics
  • Select logic
  • Solvers
  • Post processing
  • Structural Static analysis
  • Modal analysis
  • Transient Dynamic analysis
  • Nonlinear analysis-Material Nonlinearity
  • Beam analysis
  • Thermal analysis
  • Coupled Field analysis
  • Project
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AutoCAD-2D Pro/E CATIA Ansys
  • About 2D Software
  • Explaining Graphical User Interface
  • Drawing simple sketches (Line, Arc, Circle, Ellipse, Polygon etc.)
  • Drawing settings
  • Modifying entities
  • Object selection methods
  • Settings and modifying entity properties
  • Creating and managing layers
  • Adding Annotations and Dimension to your drawing
  • Creating Text styles and Dimension styles
  • Creating Construction lines and Semi-infinite lines
  • Creating blocks and attributes
  • Working with Tables
  • Creating and viewing slides
  • Slide library
  • Running scripts
  • Creating compound documents with OLE
  • Electronic transmit
  • Plotting your drawings
  • Layout management
  • Exporting object
  • Project
  • Pro/ENGINEER concepts
  • Using the Pro/ENGINEER interface
  • Creating sketcher geometry
  • Creating extrudes, revolves, and ribs
  • Selecting and editing
  • Creating datum features
  • Utilizing internal sketches and embedded datums
  • Creating sweeps and blends
  • Creating holes and shells
  • Creating rounds, chamfers and Drafts
  • Variable section sweeps, Helical sweeps and Swept blends
  • Creating patterns
  • Group, copy, and mirror tools
  • Measuring and inspecting models
  • Advanced reference management
  • Relations and parameters
  • Layers, Family tables & UDF
  • Assembling with constraints
  • Exploding assemblies
  • Creating surface features
  • Editing surface features in Pro/ENGINEER
  • Creating drawing views
  • Creating drawing details
  • Using advanced assembly constraints
  • Creating and using component interfaces
  • Creating and using flexible components
  • Using assembly features and shrinkwrap
  • Replacing components in an assembly
  • Understanding simplified reps
  • Creating cross-sections, display styles, and combined views
  • Substituting components by rep, envelope, and model
  • Creating and using assembly structure and skeletons
  • Introduction to sheet metal design
  • Primary walls, Secondary and unattached walls
  • Unbend, bend back and cuts
  • Notches and punches
  • Sheet metal forms
  • Bending & Unbending sheet metal geometry
  • Converting solid parts
  • Sheet metal drawings with flat states and bend order table
  • Real time rendering
  • CATIA User Interface
  • Parametric modeling
  • Manipulating objects
  • Creating Sketches
  • Sketched features
  • Transformation features
  • Dress up features
  • Modifying parts
  • Design table and external file management
  • Assembling components
  • Positioning components using Constraints
  • Editing parts in assembly
  • Exploding the assembly
  • Wireframe and surface design
  • Data exchange
  • Theory of FEA
  • Exploring the GUI
  • Graphics picking
  • General analysis procedure
  • Solid modeling
  • Defining Work planes
  • Coordinate Systems
  • Importing geometry
  • Defining element attributes
  • Element types
  • Generating mesh
  • Free meshing
  • Mapped meshing
  • Defining material
  • Defining loads and boundary conditions
  • APDL basics
  • Select logic
  • Solvers
  • Post processing
  • Structural Static analysis
  • Modal analysis
  • Transient Dynamic analysis
  • Nonlinear analysis-Material Nonlinearity
  • Beam analysis
  • Thermal analysis
  • Coupled Field analysis
  • Project
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AutoCAD-2D NX-UG CATIA
  • About 2D Software
  • Explaining Graphical User Interface
  • Drawing simple sketches (Line, Arc, Circle, Ellipse, Polygon etc.)
  • Drawing settings
  • Modifying entities
  • Object selection methods
  • Settings and modifying entity properties
  • Creating and managing layers
  • Adding Annotations and Dimension to your drawing
  • Creating Text styles and Dimension styles
  • Creating Construction lines and Semi-infinite lines
  • Creating blocks and attributes
  • Working with Tables
  • Creating and viewing slides
  • Slide library
  • Running scripts
  • Creating compound documents with OLE
  • Electronic transmit
  • Plotting your drawings
  • Layout management
  • Exporting object
  • Project
  • User Interface
  • Sketcher essentials
  • Constraining sketches
  • Managing sketches
  • Datums
  • Creating part features
  • Editing parts
  • Knowledge Fusion
  • Creating fundamental curves
  • Editing Curves
  • Editing Freeform Features
  • Basic Assembly Concepts
  • Creating Assemblies
  • Positioning Assembly Components
  • Assembly Arrangements and Arrays
  • Assembly Revisions and Component Replacements
  • Assembly Sequencing and Motion
  • Assemblies – Clearance and Analysis
  • Deformable Components
  • Part Families
  • Introduction to Drafting
  • Drawings and Views
  • Creating dimensions, notes and labels
  • Plotting Drawings
  • GD&T Symbols
  • CATIA User Interface
  • Parametric modeling
  • Manipulating objects
  • Creating Sketches
  • Sketched features
  • Transformation features
  • Dress up features
  • Modifying parts
  • Design table and external file management
  • Assembling components
  • Positioning components using Constraints
  • Editing parts in assembly
  • Exploding the assembly
  • Wireframe and surface design
  • Data exchange
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AutoCAD-2D Pro/E NX-UG CATIA Ansys
  • About 2D Software
  • Explaining Graphical User Interface
  • Drawing simple sketches (Line, Arc, Circle, Ellipse, Polygon etc.)
  • Drawing settings
  • Modifying entities
  • Object selection methods
  • Settings and modifying entity properties
  • Creating and managing layers
  • Adding Annotations and Dimension to your drawing
  • Creating Text styles and Dimension styles
  • Creating Construction lines and Semi-infinite lines
  • Creating blocks and attributes
  • Working with Tables
  • Creating and viewing slides
  • Slide library
  • Running scripts
  • Creating compound documents with OLE
  • Electronic transmit
  • Plotting your drawings
  • Layout management
  • Exporting object
  • Project
  • Pro/ENGINEER concepts
  • Using the Pro/ENGINEER interface
  • Creating sketcher geometry
  • Creating extrudes, revolves, and ribs
  • Selecting and editing
  • Creating datum features
  • Utilizing internal sketches and embedded datums
  • Creating sweeps and blends
  • Creating holes and shells
  • Creating rounds, chamfers and Drafts
  • Variable section sweeps, Helical sweeps and Swept blends
  • Creating patterns
  • Group, copy, and mirror tools
  • Measuring and inspecting models
  • Advanced reference management
  • Relations and parameters
  • Layers, Family tables & UDF
  • Assembling with constraints
  • Exploding assemblies
  • Creating surface features
  • Editing surface features in Pro/ENGINEER
  • Creating drawing views
  • Creating drawing details
  • Using advanced assembly constraints
  • Creating and using component interfaces
  • Creating and using flexible components
  • Using assembly features and shrinkwrap
  • Replacing components in an assembly
  • Understanding simplified reps
  • Creating cross-sections, display styles, and combined views
  • Substituting components by rep, envelope, and model
  • Creating and using assembly structure and skeletons
  • Introduction to sheet metal design
  • Primary walls, Secondary and unattached walls
  • Unbend, bend back and cuts
  • Notches and punches
  • Sheet metal forms
  • Bending & Unbending sheet metal geometry
  • Converting solid parts
  • Sheet metal drawings with flat states and bend order table
  • Real time rendering
  • User Interface
  • Sketcher essentials
  • Constraining sketches
  • Managing sketches
  • Datums
  • Creating part features
  • Editing parts
  • Knowledge Fusion
  • Creating fundamental curves
  • Editing Curves
  • Editing Freeform Features
  • Basic Assembly Concepts
  • Creating Assemblies
  • Positioning Assembly Components
  • Assembly Arrangements and Arrays
  • Assembly Revisions and Component Replacements
  • Assembly Sequencing and Motion
  • Assemblies – Clearance and Analysis
  • Deformable Components
  • Part Families
  • Introduction to Drafting
  • Drawings and Views
  • Creating dimensions, notes and labels
  • Plotting Drawings
  • GD&T Symbols
  • CATIA User Interface
  • Parametric modeling
  • Manipulating objects
  • Creating Sketches
  • Sketched features
  • Transformation features
  • Dress up features
  • Modifying parts
  • Design table and external file management
  • Assembling components
  • Positioning components using Constraints
  • Editing parts in assembly
  • Exploding the assembly
  • Wireframe and surface design
  • Data exchange
  • Theory of FEA
  • Exploring the GUI
  • Graphics picking
  • General analysis procedure
  • Solid modeling
  • Defining Work planes
  • Coordinate Systems
  • Importing geometry
  • Defining element attributes
  • Element types
  • Generating mesh
  • Free meshing
  • Mapped meshing
  • Defining material
  • Defining loads and boundary conditions
  • APDL basics
  • Select logic
  • Solvers
  • Post processing
  • Structural Static analysis
  • Modal analysis
  • Transient Dynamic analysis
  • Nonlinear analysis-Material Nonlinearity
  • Beam analysis
  • Thermal analysis
  • Coupled Field analysis
  • Project
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AutoCAD-2D Pro/E NX-UG SolidWorks Ansys
  • About 2D Software
  • Explaining Graphical User Interface
  • Drawing simple sketches (Line, Arc, Circle, Ellipse, Polygon etc.)
  • Drawing settings
  • Modifying entities
  • Object selection methods
  • Settings and modifying entity properties
  • Creating and managing layers
  • Adding Annotations and Dimension to your drawing
  • Creating Text styles and Dimension styles
  • Creating Construction lines and Semi-infinite lines
  • Creating blocks and attributes
  • Working with Tables
  • Creating and viewing slides
  • Slide library
  • Running scripts
  • Creating compound documents with OLE
  • Electronic transmit
  • Plotting your drawings
  • Layout management
  • Exporting object
  • Project
  • Pro/ENGINEER concepts
  • Using the Pro/ENGINEER interface
  • Creating sketcher geometry
  • Creating extrudes, revolves, and ribs
  • Selecting and editing
  • Creating datum features
  • Utilizing internal sketches and embedded datums
  • Creating sweeps and blends
  • Creating holes and shells
  • Creating rounds, chamfers and Drafts
  • Variable section sweeps, Helical sweeps and Swept blends
  • Creating patterns
  • Group, copy, and mirror tools
  • Measuring and inspecting models
  • Advanced reference management
  • Relations and parameters
  • Layers, Family tables & UDF
  • Assembling with constraints
  • Exploding assemblies
  • Creating surface features
  • Editing surface features in Pro/ENGINEER
  • Creating drawing views
  • Creating drawing details
  • Using advanced assembly constraints
  • Creating and using component interfaces
  • Creating and using flexible components
  • Using assembly features and shrinkwrap
  • Replacing components in an assembly
  • Understanding simplified reps
  • Creating cross-sections, display styles, and combined views
  • Substituting components by rep, envelope, and model
  • Creating and using assembly structure and skeletons
  • Introduction to sheet metal design
  • Primary walls, Secondary and unattached walls
  • Unbend, bend back and cuts
  • Notches and punches
  • Sheet metal forms
  • Bending & Unbending sheet metal geometry
  • Converting solid parts
  • Sheet metal drawings with flat states and bend order table
  • Real time rendering
  • User Interface
  • Sketcher essentials
  • Constraining sketches
  • Managing sketches
  • Datums
  • Creating part features
  • Editing parts
  • Knowledge Fusion
  • Creating fundamental curves
  • Editing Curves
  • Editing Freeform Features
  • Basic Assembly Concepts
  • Creating Assemblies
  • Positioning Assembly Components
  • Assembly Arrangements and Arrays
  • Assembly Revisions and Component Replacements
  • Assembly Sequencing and Motion
  • Assemblies – Clearance and Analysis
  • Deformable Components
  • Part Families
  • Introduction to Drafting
  • Drawings and Views
  • Creating dimensions, notes and labels
  • Plotting Drawings
  • GD&T Symbols
  • Sketcher basics
  • 3D sketching
  • modeling
  • Creating reference geometries
  • Editing features
  • Advanced modeling tools
  • Configuration
  • Design table/library features
  • Import/Export of files
  • Surface overview
  • Bottom-up assembly
  • Top-Down assembly
  • Exploding assemblies
  • Simulation/ Detailing
  • BOM, Balloon tools
  • Sheet metal
  • PDM Works
  • Weldment
  • Theory of FEA
  • Exploring the GUI
  • Graphics picking
  • General analysis procedure
  • Solid modeling
  • Defining Work planes
  • Coordinate Systems
  • Importing geometry
  • Defining element attributes
  • Element types
  • Generating mesh
  • Free meshing
  • Mapped meshing
  • Defining material
  • Defining loads and boundary conditions
  • APDL basics
  • Select logic
  • Solvers
  • Post processing
  • Structural Static analysis
  • Modal analysis
  • Transient Dynamic analysis
  • Nonlinear analysis-Material Nonlinearity
  • Beam analysis
  • Thermal analysis
  • Coupled Field analysis
  • Project
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Course Contents - Unigraphics NX CAM 

  • The Operation Navigator
  • Manufacturing Objects
  • Manufacturing Operations and Post-processing
  • Wizards and Shop Documentation
  • Planar Milling – Introduction and Profiling
  • Engrave Text
  • Face Milling
  • Cavity Milling
  • Z-Level Milling
  • Thread Milling
  • Area Milling
  • Flow Cutting
  • Radial Cutting
  • Surface Area Cutting
  • Engraving
  • Contour Profiling
  • Common Parameters
  • Rough and Finish Turning
  • Centerline Drilling
  • Groove and Thread Operations
  • Multiple Spindles and IPW

 

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Course Contents - Pro/E CAM

Pro/ENGINEER production machining provides manufacturing engineers and job shops with robust NC programming capabilities. Engineers can define custom drilling cycles to accommodate their specific requirements, significantly reducing cycle time. Tool and fixture libraries enable engineers to create, simulate, and document 3-axis milling, 2- to 4-axis turning, and 4-axis wire EDM toolpath.

Parametric surface modeling utilizes Pro/SURFACE for any number of basic functions within NC operations in toolpath setup procedures.

  • Milling – 3-5 Axis
  • Turning – 2, 4, and multi-axis mill/turns
  • Wire EDM – 2 and 4 axis
  • G-POST – used to create post processors
  • Process removal simulation
  • Process plan and route sheet development
  • Tooling library
  • Learn to create, check, and optimize NC sequences

 

 

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Course Contents - DelCAM


1. Getting Started
2. Machining Set Up in Detail
3. Area Clearance Strategies
4. Finish Machining Strategies
5. Leads and Links
6. Boundaries
7. Levels and Sets
8. Editing Toolpaths
9. 2D (Feature Set) Machining
10. Collision Checking
11. Patterns
12. Wireframe Modeller
13. NC Programs
14. Setup Sheets
15. Tool Database
16. Customising PowerMILL
17. Specialist Finishing (PRO)
18. Component Thickness (PRO)
19. Stock Models (PRO)
20. Additional Information (PRO)

 

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Course Contents - MasterCAM

Basics of Engineering Design

  • Basic design principles, specifications, and stages
  • Management and concurrent engineering
  • Print reading 

Conversions, Measurement, and Tools

  • Measurement terms
  • Machinist Scale - Fractional and Metric
  • Reading a Dial Caliper - calibration and application examples
  • Reading a Micrometer
  • Conversions - Metric to Metric, Metric to US customary, US customary to Metric

 Simple Metallurgy

  • Structures of matter and metallurgic properties
  • Metallurgy terminology
  • Testing and heat treating
  • Keys to remember

 Mathematics

  • Fractions - addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division
  • Decimals Overview - addition and subtraction
  • Geometry - lines, angles, arcs, plane figures, and solid figures
  • Cartesian Coordinates - plane overview, Mastercam viewports, and coordinate plane
  • Triangles - types, triangles, and the Pythagorean Theorem
  • Trigonometry Functions - sine, cosine, and tangent
  • Measurement Units - US customary and Metric

 Cutting Speeds and RPM

  • Cutting speeds and calculations
  • Cutting feed, feed rates, and calculations
  • RPM and calculations
  • Practical examples
  • Area rough, rest rough
  • Chip Formation, Load, and Removal Rates
  • Chip formation, load, and depth of cut
  • Chip formation practical applications

 Introduction to Machining Tolerances

  • Mechanical removal techniques, drilling, milling, reaming, and tapping
  • CAD/CAM terminology
  • Introduction to milling machines
  • Explore machining processes

 Cutting Tools and Tool Holders

  • Cutting tools introduction and geometry
  • Cutting tools and machining practices
  • Cutting tool shapes
  • Cutting applications
  • Cutting tool materials
  • Proper holding
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Course Contents - Wirecut-EDM Programming

  • Through training in G & M codes of CNC wire EDM programming and it’s operations
  • Tooling

This course is designed for those interested in acquiring knowledge of CNC wire cut programming

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Course Contents - CNC-Setting


·         Background of Operating

·         Basic Requirement for Setting

·         Knowledge of Instruments and Drawings

·         Introduction of G-Code and M-Code

·         Tooling Selection

·         Offset Measuring

·         Maintaining Setting Approval Report

·         Training with Practical

·         Safety Instruction

 

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Course Contents - CNC-Operating

·         Introduction to CNC

·         Introduction to Drawing and Instruments

·         CNC Power On and Referencing

·         Operator Panel Introduction

·         Basic Knowledge of Tooling

·         Operator Training with Practical

·         Safety Instructions

·         Preparation for Interviews and Placement Assistance

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Course Contents - CNC-Programming+Simulator Training


·         Background of Setting

·         Complete knowledge of G-Code and M-Code

·         Advance Study of Instrument and Drawings

·         Advance Tooling Selection

·         Complete CNC Programming

·         Calculation of Co-ordinates with Scientific Calculator

·         Safety Instructions

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Course Contents - CNC-Setting + Operating

Operating

·         Introduction to CNC

·         Introduction to Drawing and Instruments

·         CNC Power On and Referencing

·         Operator Panel Introduction

·         Basic Knowledge of Tooling

·         Operator Training with Practical

·         Safety Instructions

·         Preparation for Interviews and Placement Assistance

 

Setting

·         Background of Operating

·         Basic Requirement for Setting

·         Knowledge of Instruments and Drawings

·         Introduction of G-Code and M-Code

·         Tooling Selection

·         Offset Measuring

·         Maintaining Setting Approval Report

·         Training with Practical

·         Safety Instruction

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Course Contents - CNC-Operating + Programming + Simulator Training

Operating

·         Introduction to CNC

·         Introduction to Drawing and Instruments

·         CNC Power On and Referencing

·         Operator Panel Introduction

·         Basic Knowledge of Tooling

·         Operator Training with Practical

·         Safety Instructions

·         Preparation for Interviews and Placement Assistance

 

 Programming

·         Background of Setting

·         Complete knowledge of G-Code and M-Code

·         Advance Study of Instrument and Drawings

·         Advance Tooling Selection

·         Complete CNC Programming

·         Calculation of Co-ordinates with Scientific Calculator

·         Safety Instructions

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Course Contents - CNC-Setting +Programming+Simulator

Setting

·         Background of Operating

·         Basic Requirement for Setting

·         Knowledge of Instruments and Drawings

·         Introduction of G-Code and M-Code

·         Tooling Selection

·         Offset Measuring

·         Maintaining Setting Approval Report

·         Training with Practical

·         Safety Instruction

 

Programming

·         Background of Setting

·         Complete knowledge of G-Code and M-Code

·         Advance Study of Instrument and Drawings

·         Advance Tooling Selection

·         Complete CNC Programming

·         Calculation of Co-ordinates with Scientific Calculator

·         Safety Instructions

 

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Course Contents - CNC-Operating+Programming+Setting+Simulator Training

Operating

·         Introduction to CNC

·         Introduction to Drawing and Instruments

·         CNC Power On and Referencing

·         Operator Panel Introduction

·         Basic Knowledge of Tooling

·         Operator Training with Practical

·         Safety Instructions

·         Preparation for Interviews and Placement Assistance

 

Setting

·         Background of Operating

·         Basic Requirement for Setting

·         Knowledge of Instruments and Drawings

·         Introduction of G-Code and M-Code

·         Tooling Selection

·         Offset Measuring

·         Maintaining Setting Approval Report

·         Training with Practical

·         Safety Instruction

 

Programming

·         Background of Setting

·         Complete knowledge of G-Code and M-Code

·         Advance Study of Instrument and Drawings

·         Advance Tooling Selection

·         Complete CNC Programming

·         Calculation of Co-ordinates with Scientific Calculator

·         Safety Instructions

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Course Contents- AutoCAD-2D + CNC Complete+Simulator

AutoCAD-2D CNC-Complete
  • About 2D Software
  • Explaining Graphical User Interface
  • Drawing simple sketches (Line, Arc, Circle, Ellipse, Polygon etc.)
  • Drawing settings
  • Modifying entities
  • Object selection methods
  • Settings and modifying entity properties
  • Creating and managing layers
  • Adding Annotations and Dimension to your drawing
  • Creating Text styles and Dimension styles
  • Creating Construction lines and Semi-infinite lines
  • Creating blocks and attributes
  • Working with Tables
  • Creating and viewing slides
  • Slide library
  • Running scripts
  • Creating compound documents with OLE
  • Electronic transmit
  • Plotting your drawings
  • Layout management
  • Exporting object
  • Project

Operating

  • Introduction to CNC
  • Introduction to Drawing and Instruments
  • CNC Power On and Referencing
  • Operator Panel Introduction
  • Basic Knowledge of Tooling
  • Operator Training with Practical
  • Safety Instructions
  • Preparation for Interviews and Placement Assistance

 

Setting

  • Background of Operating
  • Basic Requirement for Setting
  • Knowledge of Instruments and Drawings
  • Introduction of G-Code and M-Code
  • Tooling Selection
  • Offset Measuring
  • Maintaining Setting Approval Report
  • Training with Practical
  • Safety Instruction

 

Programming

  • Background of Setting
  • Complete knowledge of G-Code and M-Code
  • Advance Study of Instrument and Drawings
  • Advance Tooling Selection
  • Complete CNC Programming
  • Calculation of Co-ordinates with Scientific Calculator
  • Safety Instructions

 

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Course Contents - CNC Complete+MasterCAM(for CNC Turning)+Simulator

 

MasterCAM CNC-Complete

Basics of Engineering Design

  • Basic design principles, specifications, and stages
  • Management and concurrent engineering
  • Print reading 

Conversions, Measurement, and Tools

  • Measurement terms
  • Machinist Scale - Fractional and Metric
  • Reading a Dial Caliper - calibration and application examples
  • Reading a Micrometer
  • Conversions - Metric to Metric, Metric to US customary, US customary to Metric

 Simple Metallurgy

  • Structures of matter and metallurgic properties
  • Metallurgy terminology
  • Testing and heat treating
  • Keys to remember

 Mathematics

  • Fractions - addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division
  • Decimals Overview - addition and subtraction
  • Geometry - lines, angles, arcs, plane figures, and solid figures
  • Cartesian Coordinates - plane overview, Mastercam viewports, and coordinate plane
  • Triangles - types, triangles, and the Pythagorean Theorem
  • Trigonometry Functions - sine, cosine, and tangent
  • Measurement Units - US customary and Metric

 Cutting Speeds and RPM

  • Cutting speeds and calculations
  • Cutting feed, feed rates, and calculations
  • RPM and calculations
  • Practical examples
  • Area rough, rest rough
  • Chip Formation, Load, and Removal Rates
  • Chip formation, load, and depth of cut
  • Chip formation practical applications

 Introduction to Machining Tolerances

  • Mechanical removal techniques, drilling, milling, reaming, and tapping
  • CAD/CAM terminology
  • Introduction to milling machines
  • Explore machining processes

 Cutting Tools and Tool Holders

  • Cutting tools introduction and geometry
  • Cutting tools and machining practices
  • Cutting tool shapes
  • Cutting applications
  • Cutting tool materials
  • Proper holding

Operating

  • Introduction to CNC
  • Introduction to Drawing and Instruments
  • CNC Power On and Referencing
  • Operator Panel Introduction
  • Basic Knowledge of Tooling
  • Operator Training with Practical
  • Safety Instructions
  • Preparation for Interviews and Placement Assistance 

Setting

  • Background of Operating
  • Basic Requirement for Setting
  • Knowledge of Instruments and Drawings
  • Introduction of G-Code and M-Code
  • Tooling Selection
  • Offset Measuring
  • Maintaining Setting Approval Report
  • Training with Practical
  • Safety Instruction 

Programming

  • Background of Setting
  • Complete knowledge of G-Code and M-Code
  • Advance Study of Instrument and Drawings
  • Advance Tooling Selection
  • Complete CNC Programming
  • Calculation of Co-ordinates with Scientific Calculator
  • Safety Instructions

 

 

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Course Contents - CNC Complete+DelCAM+Simulator

 

DelcamCAM CNC-Complete
1. Getting Started
2. Machining Set Up in Detail
3. Area Clearance Strategies
4. Finish Machining Strategies
5. Leads and Links
6. Boundaries
7. Levels and Sets
8. Editing Toolpaths
9. 2D (Feature Set) Machining
10. Collision Checking
11. Patterns
12. Wireframe Modeller
13. NC Programs
14. Setup Sheets
15. Tool Database
16. Customising PowerMILL
17. Specialist Finishing (PRO)
18. Component Thickness (PRO)
19. Stock Models (PRO)

Operating

  • Introduction to CNC
  • Introduction to Drawing and Instruments
  • CNC Power On and Referencing
  • Operator Panel Introduction
  • Basic Knowledge of Tooling
  • Operator Training with Practical
  • Safety Instructions
  • Preparation for Interviews and Placement Assistance 

Setting

  • Background of Operating
  • Basic Requirement for Setting
  • Knowledge of Instruments and Drawings
  • Introduction of G-Code and M-Code
  • Tooling Selection
  • Offset Measuring
  • Maintaining Setting Approval Report
  • Training with Practical
  • Safety Instruction 

Programming

  • Background of Setting
  • Complete knowledge of G-Code and M-Code
  • Advance Study of Instrument and Drawings
  • Advance Tooling Selection
  • Complete CNC Programming
  • Calculation of Co-ordinates with Scientific Calculator
  • Safety Instructions

 

 

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Course Contents - CNC Complete+UG CAM(VMC Programming)+Simulator

 

UG CAM CNC-Complete
Overview

Learning Objectives:

  • Production automation

  • Data & Process Management

  • Advanced Applications for Programming

  • Integrated Solution

  • Post processing and simulation

      • Tooling and fixture design
      • Part modeling preparation
      • Data and process management
      • CMM programming
      • Process planning
      • Shop floor program validation
      • Cutting tool management
      • Shop floor data access
      • Shop floor quality inspection
      • Direct numerical control
      • Machine tool control

Operating

  • Introduction to CNC
  • Introduction to Drawing and Instruments
  • CNC Power On and Referencing
  • Operator Panel Introduction
  • Basic Knowledge of Tooling
  • Operator Training with Practical
  • Safety Instructions
  • Preparation for Interviews and Placement Assistance 

Setting

  • Background of Operating
  • Basic Requirement for Setting
  • Knowledge of Instruments and Drawings
  • Introduction of G-Code and M-Code
  • Tooling Selection
  • Offset Measuring
  • Maintaining Setting Approval Report
  • Training with Practical
  • Safety Instruction 

Programming

  • Background of Setting
  • Complete knowledge of G-Code and M-Code
  • Advance Study of Instrument and Drawings
  • Advance Tooling Selection
  • Complete CNC Programming
  • Calculation of Co-ordinates with Scientific Calculator
  • Safety Instructions

 

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Course Contents-AutoCAD-Civil

  • Explaining Graphical User Interface
  • Drawing simple sketches (Line, Arc, Circle, Ellipse, Polygon etc.)
  • Drawing settings
  • Modifying entities
  • Object selection methods
  • Settings and modifying entity properties
  • Creating and managing layers
  • Adding Annotations and Dimension to your drawing
  • Creating Text styles and Dimension styles
  • Creating Construction lines and Semi-infinite lines
  • Creating blocks and attributes
  • Working with Tables
  • Creating and viewing slides
  • Slide library
  • Running scripts
  • Creating compound documents with OLE
  • Electronic transmit
  • Plotting your drawings
  • Layout management
  • Exporting object
  • Project
  • 3D modeling concepts in AutoCAD
  • Understand, use Viewpoint and UCS
  • Viewports
  • Create wireframe models
  • Surface models
  • Solid models
  • Shading the model
  • Slice the 3D model
  • Create Sectional view
  • Boolean operations
  • Editing Solid model
  • 3D Solid primitives
  • Lighting & Rendering techniques
  • Work with images
  • Import and Export
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Course Contents-X Steel

  • STARTING XSTEEL
  • NEW PROJECT
  • SPECIFYING THE NAME FOR A NEW PROJECT
  • OPEN AN EXISTING PROJECT
  • SAVING THE MODEL
  • CREATING VIEWS AND GRID LINES
  • CREATING VIEWS
  • (WINDOWS)CREATING GRID LINES
  • GENERATING VIEWS IN 3D
  • ADAPTING A VIEW TO THE WORK AREA
  • WORKING WITH POINTS
  • THE SELECTION BOX
  • INSERTING COMPONENTS
  • CREATING COLUMNS
  • OTHER SECTIONS
  • PARAMETRIC SECTIONS
  • CREATING A CONTOUR PLATE
  • EDITING CONTOUR PLATE SHAPE
  • CREATING FOLDED PLATES
  • CREATING BOLTS
  • PROCESSING GROUPS OF BOLTS
  • ELONGATED HOLES
  • SPLIT UP BOLT GROUPS
  • EDITING SECTIONS
  • WELDING
  • FITTING
  • CUTTING WITH A LINE
  • CUTTING WITH ANOTHER PART
  • CUT OUT POLYGON
  • EDITING THE CONTOUR PLATE CORNER FORM
  • COPYING,MOVING AND MIRRORING
  • MOVE WORK PLANE
  • MACROS
  • SOLE PLATE CONNECTION
  • OTHER MACROS
  • CROSS BRACINGS
  • SHORTENING CROSS BRACINGS
  • USER JOINT
  • USING USER MACROS IN ANOTHER PROJECT
  • CHECKING THE MODEL
  • COLLISION CHECK
  • CHECKING THE MODEL VISUALLY
  • CHECKING WITH PART LISTS
  • LOT PROPERTIES
  • TIPS
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Course Contents-Staad.Pro

 

  • Introduction to Structural Analysis and Design
  • Introduction to STAAD.Pro V8i
  • Model Generation
  • Different types of loadings as per IS standards
  • Linear Analysis and result verification
  • Reinforced Concrete Design
  • Column
  • Beam
  • Introduction to FEM/FEA
  • Water tank design
  • Shear wall design
  • Steel Design
  • Frame Structure
  • Transmission Tower
  • Foundation designs
  • Slab Designs
  • Staircase Designs
  • Bridge Deck Design
  • Seismic Analysis and Design
  • Concrete Structure
  • Steel Structure
  • Dynamic Analysis
  • Response Spectrum Analysis
  • Import and Export


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Course Contents-In -Rail

• legislative and business studies • introduction to industrial project

Module 2

• mathematics and engineering science • rail specific engineering • project and quality management

Module 3

Signal engineering modules
• signalling and telecommunication principles • electronic electrical and processor engineering • signalling applications

Civil and track engineering modules
• track engineering • geotechnics and drainage • railway structures

Electrical and mechanical engineering modules
• railway electrical engineering • electronic electrical and processor engineering • railway mechanical engineering

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Course Contents-Estimator

Works

  • Works with standard specifications, classified into Categories/Sub Heads.
  • Provision for editing Rates and Specifications for individual Projects.
  • Provision to change Measurements and Units.
  • Provision to add new works.


Rate Analysis

  • Material, labour and machinery requirements for each work and its rates.
  • Material, labour and machinery rates can be set in a common screen.
  • Unit wise cost and split up costs can be extracted.
  • Provision for changing prices and coefficients for individual project


Schedule of Quantities

  • Detailed Estimate with dimensions of each work in a project.

Abstract Estimates

  • You can make reports on Actual cost, Market Rate and Confidential rates  (3 levels) for each Estimate.
  • Split up of material, labour and machinery cost.
     

Bill of Quantities

  • With detailed specifications and provision for entering rates for quote.

Summary

  • Item wise summary of estimate without specifications.
  • Floor Totals
  • Floor level summary of estimate.
     

Material Estimates

  • This gives you the exact idea about the materials needed for each item (work) in a project.
  • Material wise and item wise report.
  • Summary report

Labour Estimates

  • This gives you the exact details of Labour needed for each Item.
  • Labour wise and item wise report.
  • Summary report
     

Project Rate Analysis

  • Split up of costs into materials, labours, machines, etc.
  • Unit cost and actual cost based on quantity is arrived.
     

Schedule of Bars
Structure wise.
Bar wise.
Summary.

Tendering

  • Tender Creation: You can make tender documents by splitting the estimate into various heads like civil works, electrification, plumping, air conditioning etc. and issue to    selected contractors.
  • Tender Receipts: Provision for entering quoted rates of contractors for comparison,    negotiation, adjusting and finalization.
  • Work Order: Provision for selecting a contractor for a tender and issuing the work order.Measurement Book Date wise or weekly measurement for sites entered by site engineers that can be  used in bills.

    Cost Control
  • Consumption of materials, labour and machinery can be recorded and compared with expected figures.
  • This helps you to check date wise consumption of material, Labour and other over heads which is very useful for project monitoring.
     

Cost Abstract

  • Summery of actual cost which can be separated in to total cost,cost per square meter, percentage cost and section wise cost.
  • Total cost of construction and unit cost can be arrived.

Comparison of Estimates vs. Actual on Material, Labour and Cost

  • This helps you to check item wise consumption of material, Labour etc. which is very useful for management decisions and cost control.
     

Contractor's & Subcontractor's Billing

  • Measurement wise bills with previous quantities and payments.
  • Up to date, already billed and balance quantities and payments.
     

Labour Billing

  • Additional bills including labour wages etc.

Purchase Request

  • Material requests from sites by site engineer.

Purchase Order

  • Compare material requests with estimated quantities.
  • Purchase Order Processing.
  • Reception of Materials
  • Reception of materials on site.
     

Data Dictionary

  • Data dictionary is provided for Clients, Contractors, Suppliers, Materials, Labours, Machineries, etc.
  • Mailing labels can be produced.
     

Contractor's List

  • Here we can maintain a list of approved contractors and their up to date item rates or labour rates.
     

Supplier List

  • Here we can maintain a list of approved suppliers and their up to date price list.
  • It is easy to find various suppliers for a material and their details and rates.

 

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Course Contents-Microstation

  1. Introduction to MicroStation
  2. Working With Workspace and Design Files
  3. Using Mouse and Controlling View
  4. Precise Input: Using AccuDraw
  5. Precise Input: Using AccuSnap
  6. AccuDraw and AccuSnap Exercise
  7. Using Tool Settings and Linear Elements
  8. Dialog with Focus: Using MicroStation Shortcuts
  9. MicroStation Drawing Elements: Circles and Polygon
  10. Using MicroStation Text
  11. More MicroStation Text Tools (1)
  12. More MicroStation Text Tools (2)
  13. Selecting Multiple Elements (1)
  14. Selecting Multiple Elements (2)
  15. MicroStation tutorial: Element Manipulation
  16. Exercise: MicroStation Manipulate Tools
  17. Modifying MicroStation Elements
  18. Working With MicroStation Views
  19. Exercise: Working with MicroStation Views
  20. MicroStation Level and Level Attributes
  21. Using MicroStation Cell
  22. Creating MicroStation Cell
  23. Replacing and Modifying MicroStation Cell
  24. Using MicroStation Cell as Points, Terminators, and Patterns
  25. More Annotation Tools: Dimension
  26. More Annotation Tools: Pattern
  27. Preparing sheets in MicroStation
  28. Add drawings into MicroStation Sheet
  29. AutoCAD to MicroStation migration tip: working with references

 

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Course Contents-GIS /ARC GIS

  • The nature and principles of geo-spatial science
  • Data capture (by geomatic survey and of remote sensing)
  • Advanced spatial interrogation through GIS
  • Spatial information decision support
  • GIS project design and implementation

ArcGIS
Introduction

1 What is ArcGIS for Server?
Evolution of server-based GIS
Sharing geographic information
Connecting to ArcGIS Server

Web application development options
Deployment options
Exercise 1: Share a map using ArcGIS Server and ArcGIS.com
Connect to your on-premises ArcGIS Server deployment
Author a map
Share your map as a service
Create an ArcGIS.com viewer application
Lesson review

2 Understanding GIS services
Lesson introduction
What is a GIS service?
GIS service summary
Data source options for ArcGIS Server
Managing service data: Default
Managing service data: Data Store
Configuring the ArcGIS Server Data Store
Exercise 2: Explore a GIS service
Configure ArcGIS Server data permissions
Register your data at the server level
Author and publish a map service
Create an application and add layers
Configure and deploy a web-mapping application
Lesson review

3 Creating effective maps for the web
Lesson introduction
Effective web maps
Map service content
Map service planning
Explore a web-mapping application
Service publishing workflow
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Optimize a map service
Exercise 3: Create an effective web-mapping application
Analyze the original map
Create a focused, operational layer
Share your map as a service
Build a Silverlight web mapping application
Lesson review


4 Map caching for performance and scalability
Lesson introduction
What is caching?
Caching benefits
Should I cache my services?
Caching and web application performance
Caching workflow
Authoring and sharing a cached service
Exercise 4: Author and share a cached map service
Author the map
Create a test cache
Test the cache
Lesson review


5 Sharing imagery
Lesson introduction
Choose an image-sharing strategy
Cached vs. dynamic image services
Choose the appropriate sharing strategy
Authoring image services
Mosaic datasets
Publishing an image service
Exercise 5: Author, share, and use an image service
Author a mosaic dataset
Enhance the mosaic
Publish an image service from a mosaic dataset
Use ArcMap to test the image service
Lesson review

6 Using geoprocessing services to share workflows
Lesson introduction
What is a geoprocessing service?
Geoprocessing service sample from the ArcGIS Resource Center
Creating a geoprocessing service
Sharing workflows
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Exercise 6: Author, share, and use a geoprocessing service
Review and run a model
Share model results as a geoprocessing service
Integrate your task into a web application
Customize your web application
Deploy your application
Lesson review

7 Feature services: Sharing editing workflows
Lesson introduction
What is a feature service?
What can you do with a feature service?
Creating a feature service
Author, share, and use a feature service
Exercise 7: Share an editing workflow
Configure your ArcSDE geodatabase
Author a map with feature template
Share a feature service
Deploy a prebuilt web-editing application
(Optional) Build a web-editing application
Test the application
Lesson review

8 Building a web GIS solution
Lesson introduction
Web GIS workflow
Exercise 8: Build a Web GIS solution
Create your map documents
Set up your cache scales
Simplify your smaller scales
Publish and cache your basemap service
Author and publish your operational service
Create an application and add layers
Configure and deploy your application
Lesson review
Appendixes
Appendix A: Esri data license agreement
Appendix B: Answers to lesson review questions
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Lesson 1: What is ArcGIS for Server?
Lesson 2: Understanding GIS services
Lesson 3: Creating effective maps for the web
Lesson 4: Map caching for performance and scalability
Lesson 5: Sharing imagery
Lesson 6: Using geoprocessing services to share workflows
Lesson 7: Feature services: Sharing editing workflows
Lesson 8: Building a web GIS solution

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AutoCAD(Civil)

  • Explaining Graphical User Interface
  • Drawing simple sketches (Line, Arc, Circle, Ellipse, Polygon etc.)
  • Drawing settings
  • Modifying entities
  • Object selection methods
  • Settings and modifying entity properties
  • Creating and managing layers
  • Adding Annotations and Dimension to your drawing
  • Creating Text styles and Dimension styles
  • Creating Construction lines and Semi-infinite lines
  • Creating blocks and attributes
  • Working with Tables
  • Creating and viewing slides
  • Slide library
  • Running scripts
  • Creating compound documents with OLE
  • Electronic transmit
  • Plotting your drawings
  • Layout management
  • Exporting object
  • Project
  • 3D modeling concepts in AutoCAD
  • Understand, use Viewpoint and UCS
  • Viewports
  • Create wireframe models
  • Surface models
  • Solid models
  • Shading the model
  • Slice the 3D model
  • Create Sectional view
  • Boolean operations
  • Editing Solid model
  • 3D Solid primitives
  • Lighting & Rendering techniques
  • Work with images
  • Import and Export

Staad.Pro

  • Introduction to Structural Analysis and Design
  • Introduction to STAAD.Pro V8i
  • Model Generation
  • Different types of loadings as per IS standards
  • Linear Analysis and result verification
  • Reinforced Concrete Design
  • Column
  • Beam
  • Introduction to FEM/FEA
  • Water tank design
  • Shear wall design
  • Steel Design
  • Frame Structure
  • Transmission Tower
  • Foundation designs
  • Slab Designs
  • Staircase Designs
  • Bridge Deck Design
  • Seismic Analysis and Design
  • Concrete Structure
  • Steel Structure
  • Dynamic Analysis
  • Response Spectrum Analysis
  • Import and Export
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Course Contents-AutoCAD(Civil)+Staad.Pro+Estimator

AutoCAD(Civil)

  • Explaining Graphical User Interface
  • Drawing simple sketches (Line, Arc, Circle, Ellipse, Polygon etc.)
  • Drawing settings
  • Modifying entities
  • Object selection methods
  • Settings and modifying entity properties
  • Creating and managing layers
  • Adding Annotations and Dimension to your drawing
  • Creating Text styles and Dimension styles
  • Creating Construction lines and Semi-infinite lines
  • Creating blocks and attributes
  • Working with Tables
  • Creating and viewing slides
  • Slide library
  • Running scripts
  • Creating compound documents with OLE
  • Electronic transmit
  • Plotting your drawings
  • Layout management
  • Exporting object
  • Project
  • 3D modeling concepts in AutoCAD
  • Understand, use Viewpoint and UCS
  • Viewports
  • Create wireframe models
  • Surface models
  • Solid models
  • Shading the model
  • Slice the 3D model
  • Create Sectional view
  • Boolean operations
  • Editing Solid model
  • 3D Solid primitives
  • Lighting & Rendering techniques
  • Work with images
  • Import and Export

Staad.Pro

  • Introduction to Structural Analysis and Design
  • Introduction to STAAD.Pro V8i
  • Model Generation
  • Different types of loadings as per IS standards
  • Linear Analysis and result verification
  • Reinforced Concrete Design
  • Column
  • Beam
  • Introduction to FEM/FEA
  • Water tank design
  • Shear wall design
  • Steel Design
  • Frame Structure
  • Transmission Tower
  • Foundation designs
  • Slab Designs
  • Staircase Designs
  • Bridge Deck Design
  • Seismic Analysis and Design
  • Concrete Structure
  • Steel Structure
  • Dynamic Analysis
  • Response Spectrum Analysis
  • Import and Export

ESTIMATOR

Works

  • Works with standard specifications, classified into Categories/Sub Heads.
  • Provision for editing Rates and Specifications for individual Projects.
  • Provision to change Measurements and Units.
  • Provision to add new works.


Rate Analysis

  • Material, labour and machinery requirements for each work and its rates.
  • Material, labour and machinery rates can be set in a common screen.
  • Unit wise cost and split up costs can be extracted.
  • Provision for changing prices and coefficients for individual project


Schedule of Quantities

  • Detailed Estimate with dimensions of each work in a project.

Abstract Estimates

  • You can make reports on Actual cost, Market Rate and Confidential rates  (3 levels) for each Estimate.
  • Split up of material, labour and machinery cost.
     

Bill of Quantities

  • With detailed specifications and provision for entering rates for quote.

Summary

  • Item wise summary of estimate without specifications.
  • Floor Totals
  • Floor level summary of estimate.
     

Material Estimates

  • This gives you the exact idea about the materials needed for each item (work) in a project.
  • Material wise and item wise report.
  • Summary report

Labour Estimates

  • This gives you the exact details of Labour needed for each Item.
  • Labour wise and item wise report.
  • Summary report
     

Project Rate Analysis

  • Split up of costs into materials, labours, machines, etc.
  • Unit cost and actual cost based on quantity is arrived.
     

Schedule of Bars
Structure wise.
Bar wise.
Summary.

Tendering

  • Tender Creation: You can make tender documents by splitting the estimate into various heads like civil works, electrification, plumping, air conditioning etc. and issue to    selected contractors.
  • Tender Receipts: Provision for entering quoted rates of contractors for comparison,    negotiation, adjusting and finalization.
  • Work Order: Provision for selecting a contractor for a tender and issuing the work order.Measurement Book Date wise or weekly measurement for sites entered by site engineers that can be  used in bills.

    Cost Control
  • Consumption of materials, labour and machinery can be recorded and compared with expected figures.
  • This helps you to check date wise consumption of material, Labour and other over heads which is very useful for project monitoring.
     

Cost Abstract

  • Summery of actual cost which can be separated in to total cost,cost per square meter, percentage cost and section wise cost.
  • Total cost of construction and unit cost can be arrived.

Comparison of Estimates vs. Actual on Material, Labour and Cost

  • This helps you to check item wise consumption of material, Labour etc. which is very useful for management decisions and cost control.
     

Contractor's & Subcontractor's Billing

  • Measurement wise bills with previous quantities and payments.
  • Up to date, already billed and balance quantities and payments.
     

Labour Billing

  • Additional bills including labour wages etc.

Purchase Request

  • Material requests from sites by site engineer.

Purchase Order

  • Compare material requests with estimated quantities.
  • Purchase Order Processing.
  • Reception of Materials
  • Reception of materials on site.
     

Data Dictionary

  • Data dictionary is provided for Clients, Contractors, Suppliers, Materials, Labours, Machineries, etc.
  • Mailing labels can be produced.
     

Contractor's List

  • Here we can maintain a list of approved contractors and their up to date item rates or labour rates.
     

Supplier List

  • Here we can maintain a list of approved suppliers and their up to date price list.
  • It is easy to find various suppliers for a material and their details and rates.
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Course Contents(Photoshop Landscaping)

  • Photoshop 3d and max integration
  • Mapping max part rendered data with photoshop
  • Advancecd image correction techniques
  • Autocad integration for mapping 2d cad data with photoshop
  • 50 texture creation techniques
  • Working with commercial projects for landscaping- 4 projects

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AutoCAD-Electrical
 

Chapter 1: Introduction to AutoCAD Electrical
• What is AutoCAD Electrical?
• Drawing Files
• Electrical Components and Wires
• Design Methodologies
 

Chapter 2: Project Files
• Project Files
• Project Manager Interface
• Accessing Project Files
• Opening a Drawing
• Creating a Drawing
• Add a Drawing to a Project File
• Managing Drawings in Projects
• Project Manager Drawing List
 

Chapter 3: Schematics I - Single Wires/Components
• Referencing
• Ladders
• Insert Wires
• Edit Wires
• Add Rungs
• Wire Setup
• Wire Numbers
• Source & Destination Signal Arrows
• Insert Component

Chapter 4: Schematics II - Multiwire and Circuits
• Dashed Link Lines
• 3-Phase Ladders
• Multiple Wire Bus
• 3-Phase Components
• 3-Phase Wire Numbering
• Cable Markers
• Fan In/Out
• Insert Saved Circuits
• Save Circuits to Icon Menu
• Wblock Circuits
• Copy Circuit
• Move Circuit
• Circuit Builder

Chapter 5: Editing Commands
• Edit Component
• Project Task List
• Scoot
• Move Component
• Copy Component
• Align
• Delete Component
• Surfer Command
• Copy Catalog Assignment
• Copy Installation/Location Code Values
• Attribute Editing Commands
 

Chapter 6: Panel Drawings
• Insert Footprint (Icon Menu)
• Insert Footprint (Schematic List)
• Insert Component (Panel List)
• Edit Footprint
• Assign Item Numbers
• Add Balloons
 

Chapter 7: Terminals
• Insert Terminal Symbols
• Multiple Level Terminals
• Multiple Insert Component Command
• Insert Jumpers
• Terminal Strip Editor
• DIN Rail Command
 

Chapter 8: PLC Symbols
• Insert PLC (Parametric
• Insert PLC (Full Units)
• Insert Individual PLC I/O Points
• PLC Based Tagging
• Spreadsheet to PLC I/O Utility
 

Chapter 9: Point-to-Point Wiring Drawings
• Insert Connectors
• Edit Connectors
• Insert Splices
• Insert Multiple Wires
• Bend Wires

Chapter 10: Symbol Creation
• Schematic Symbols
• Naming Convention
• Icon Menu Wizard
• AutoCAD Electrical Databases
• Project Database
• Catalog Database
• Footprint Lookup Database
• PLC Database
• Pin List Database
• Terminal Properties Database
 

Chapter 11: Titleblocks
• Update Titleblocks
• Titleblock Setup
 

Chapter 12: Reporting Tools
• Create Reports
• Save to External File
• Put on Drawing
• Configure Report Templates
• Running Automatic Reports
• Electrical Audit

Chapter 13: Settings and Templates
• Project Properties
• Drawing Properties
• Panel Drawing Configuration
• Template Files
• Sharing Symbol Libraries and Databases
 

Chapter 14: Drawing Update Tools
• Project-Wide Update/Retag
• Project-Wide Utilities
• Plot Project
• Export to Spreadsheet
• Update from Spreadsheet
• Copy Project
• Swap/Update Block
• Mark Drawings
• Verify Drawings

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Course Description (PLC,Electrical & Electronics circuit design)
    

  • How to create an electrical geometry.
  • What are Conducting and non-conducting lines
  • How to specify signals
  • An introduction to electrical projects
  • How to use routers
  • Graphic terminal plant
  • Cable plan
  • How to create a Mechanical Layout
  • How to create a component list
  • How to create a Terminal list
  • How to create a PLC Projects & PLC diagrams
  • How to create ground plans
  • How to create Isometric drawings
  • How to Import and Export projects to other CAD software
  • 30 projects included in course from industry

     

 

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Progressive Die Design-Course Contents:
 

  • Introduction
  • Prerequisites
  • Direct unfolding
  • Assign material
  • Blank nesting/layout
  • Strip layout
  • One-step Unforming to create free form blanks
  • Assign stations
  • Simulate process
  • Manual simulation process for free form parts
  • Calculate force
  • Punch and Die insert design
  • Die Base and Standard Part additions
  • Drawing automation
  • Work Book Exercises
  • Live  Projects
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Plastic Mold Technology
 

  •     Introduction to mould.
  •     Types of Mould.
  •     Layout of mould base using free-hand sketch.
  •     Layout of mould base using AutoCAD & Pr/ENGINEER.
  •     Runner & Gate balancing.
  •     Core-Cavity extraction in Pro/ENGINEER.
  •     Types of runner & gate.
  •     Ejection techniques.
  •     Knowledge of Instruments & GD&T.
  •     Types of Mechanisms used in mould.
  •     Basic concept of Parting Line selection

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Pro/MOLD


Module 1 – Introduction to the Pro/ENGINEER Basic Mold Process

    Pro/ENGINEER Basic Mold Process

Module 2 – Design Model Preparation

    Understanding Mold Theory
    Preparing Design Models for the Mold Process
    Creating Rib Features
    Creating Draft Features
    Creating Basic Split Drafts
    Analyzing Draft Hinges and Pull Direction
    Creating Drafts Split at Sketch
    Creating Drafts Split at Curve
    Creating Drafts Split at Surface

Module 3 – Design Model Analysis

    Analyzing Design Models Theory
    Performing a Draft Check
    Understanding Mold Analysis Settings
    Performing a Thickness Check

Module 4 – Mold Models

    Creating New Mold Models
    Analyzing Model Accuracy
    Creating the Reference Model
    Redefining the Reference Model
    Analyzing Reference Model Orientation
    Analyzing Mold Cavity Layout
    Analyzing Variable Mold Cavity Layout
    Analyzing Mold Cavity Layout Orientation
    Calculating Projected Area

Module 5 – Shrinkage

    Understanding Shrinkage
    Applying Shrinkage by Scale
    Applying Shrinkage by Dimension

Module 6 – Workpieces

    Creating Style States using the View Manager
    Creating a Workpiece Automatically
    Creating a Custom Automatic Workpiece
    Creating and Assembling a Workpiece Manually
    Reclassifying and Removing Mold Model Components

Module 7 – Mold Volume Creation

    Surfacing Terms
    Understanding Mold Volumes
    Sketching Mold Volumes
    Creating Sliders using Boundary Quilts
    Sketching Slider Mold Volumes
    Creating a Reference Part Cutout
    Sketching Lifter Mold Volumes
    Replacing Surfaces and Trimming to Geometry
    Sketching Insert Mold Volumes

Module 8 – Parting Line and Parting Surface Creation

    Understanding Parting Lines and Parting Surfaces
    Creating an Automatic Parting Line using Silhouette Curves
    Analyzing Silhouette Curve Options: Slides
    Analyzing Silhouette Curve Options: Loop Selection
    Creating a Skirt Surface
    Analyzing Skirt Surface Options: Extend Curves
    Analyzing Skirt Surface Options: Tangent Conditions
    Analyzing Skirt Surface Options: Extension Directions
    Analyzing Skirt Surface Options: ShutOff Extension
    Analyzing Surface Editing and Manipulation Tools
    Merging Surfaces
    Creating Saddle Shutoff Surfaces
    Creating a Parting Surface Manually

Module 9 – Splitting Mold Volumes

    Splitting the Workpiece
    Splitting Mold Volumes
    Splitting Volumes using Multiple Parting Surfaces
    Blanking and Unblanking Mold Items
    Analyzing Split Classification

Module 10 – Mold Component Extraction

    Extracting Mold Components from Volumes
    Applying Start Models to Mold Components

Module 11 – Mold Features Creation

    Creating Waterline Circuits
    Analyzing Waterline End Conditions
    Performing a Waterlines Check
    Creating Sprues and Runners
    Creating Ejector Pin Clearance Holes
    Creating UDFs
    Placing UDFs

Module 12 – Filling and Opening the Mold

    Creating a Molding
    Opening the Mold
    Draft Checking a Mold Opening Step
    Interference Checking a Mold Opening Step
    Viewing Mold Information
 

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Hyerform/Fast blank-Course Contents


•    Graphical user interface improvements
•    Browser guided user processes
•    Meshing techniques
•    Material config
•    Incremental solver improvements
•    Enhanced Blank nesting and fitting
•    Die Module Auto binder
•    Die Stress Analysis & Die Optimization
•    5 projects
 

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Die Engineering Wizard -NX-Course Contents

•    Assists in the design of sheet metal parts that are stamped by dies to produce the part shape. Die Engineering Wizard processes are typically performed after the product design is complete and before NC tasks begin.
•    Die Engineering Wizard ensures that the processes associated with manufacturing of the part are completed and optimally addressed, including the selection of the die lineup, assignment and sequencing of forming operations, and design of addendum and binder surfaces. The final result is production of one or more die face features representing the state of the sheet metal in each of the dies in the lineup.
•    NX Automotive Stamping Die Design is designed to assist product designers and manufacturing engineers with a toolkit specifically focused on die process specification, die layout and die analysis. The package automates the more costly and time-consuming processes associated with the production of stamped sheet metal parts, significantly reducing their typical lead times.
•    NX Automotive Stamping Die Design focuses on the initial stage of die face design, automating processes that are typically performed concurrently with product design but before die structure design and NC machining tasks begin. It models the shape transformation of the sheet metal as it moves through the die press line, providing a suite of tools for die face design that is customized for product designers and manufacturing engineers. These include selection of the die lineup, assignment and sequencing of forming operations, as well as the design of the addendum and binder surfaces. The final result is production of one or more die output features (sewn sheet bodies) that represent the state of the sheet metal as it leaves each press in the lineup.
•    NX Automotive Stamping Die Design guides the engineer in defining the process used to manufacture a particular sheet metal part. The application produces a representation of the press line and models the shape of the sheet metal as it leaves each press. This "part in-process" ability allows designers and engineers to effectively evaluate the process at every step.
 

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Free Form Class A Surface-Course Contents


001 Introduction

1 Freeform Modeling Course Introduction

002 Spline Creation

1 Spline Creation Unit Introduction

2 Spline Terminology

3 Spline Creation - By Poles

4 Spline Creation - Through Points

5 Assigning Slope Through Points

6 Assigning Curvature Through Points

7 Spline Creation - Fit

8 Spline Creation - Perpendicular to Planes

9 Snap Point

10 Studio Spline

11 Splines - Associative

12 Curve Analysis

13 Curve Analysis - Display

14 Spline Analysis

15 Ratchet Body

 

003 Advanced Curves

 

1 Advanced Curves Unit Introduction

2 Join

3 Joining Curves

4 Simplify Curves

5 Bridge

6 Creating Offset Surfaces

7 Project

8 Combined Projection

9 Intersect

10 Section Curve

11 Composite Curve

12 Splines vs. Associative Curves

13 Removing Associative Curve Parameters

14 Adv Curve-Bead Creation

004 Conics

1 Conics Unit Introduction

2 Conics Overview

3 Ellipse Creation

4 Parabola Creation

5 Hyperbola Creation

6 Helix Creation

7 General Conics Creation

8 Point Sets

005 Surface Creation Using Strings

1 Surface Creation Using Strings Unit Introduction

2 Freeform Features

3 Section String Selection

4 Edit Parameters

5 Dynamic Update

6 Bounded Planes Creation

7 Bounded Planes Editing

8 Alignment Methods

9 Ruled Bodies Creation

10 Simple Construction Method

11 Through Curve Bodies Creation

12 Through Curve Mesh Bodies Creation

13 Through Curve Mesh Bodies

14 Swept Bodies Creation Using One Guide String

15 Swept Bodies Creation Using Multiple Guide Strings

16 Swept Feature Editing

17 Variational Sweep

18 Control Pad Task 1

006 Surface Creation Using Points

1 Surface Creation Using Points Unit Introduction

2 Sheet Body Creation Using Points

3 Through Points

4 From Poles

5 From Point Cloud

6 Move Defining Point

7 Moving Surface Poles

007 Offset Surface Operations

1 Offset Surface Operations Unit Introduction

2 Creating Offset Surfaces

3 Offset Curve Editing

4 Rough Offset Creation

5 Enlarge

008 Surface Creation Using Bodies

1 Surface Creation Using Bodies Introduction (DCMP)

2 N-Sided Surface Creation

3 Advantages of Quilt

4 Quilt

5 Quilt Editing

6 Bridge Surface Creation

7 Thicken

8 Sheets to Solid Assistant

9 Using Sheets to Solid Assistant

10 Extension Surface Creation

11 Law Controlled Extension Surface Creation

12 Trimmed Sheet Creation

13 Trim and Extend Creation

14 Spherical Corners

009 Surface Creation Using Global Shaping

1 Surface Creation Using Global Shaping Unit Introduction

2 Global Shaping

3 Global Shaping by Function

4 Global Shaping by Surface

 

010 Section Surfaces

1 Section Surfaces Unit Introduction

2 Section Definitions and Common Options

3 Ends-Apex-Shoulder

4 Ends-Slopes-Shoulder

5 Fillet-Shoulder

6 Three-Point-Arc

7 Ends-Apex-Rho

8 Ends-Slopes-Rho

9 Fillet-Rho

10 Two-Points-Radius

11 Ends-Apex-Hilite

12 Ends-Slopes-Hilite

13 Fillet-Hilite

14 Ends-Slope-Arc

15 Four-Points-Slope

16 Ends-Slope-Cubic

17 Fillet-Bridge

18 Point-Radius-Angle-Arc

19 Five-Points

20 Linear-Tangent

21 Circular-Tangent

22 Circle Section Body

23 Section Surface Editing

 

011 Feature Operations for Sheets

1 Feature Operations For Sheets Unit Introduction

2 Sew

3 Unsew

4 Patch

5 Sheet from Curves

6 Wrap Geometry

 

012 Face and Soft Blends

1 Faces and Soft Blends Unit Introduction

2 Blend Creation - Face

3 Blend Creation - Soft

013 Freeform Best Practices

1 Freeform Best Practices Unit Introduction

2 Freeform Feature Considerations

3 Avoiding Problems in Free Form Features

4 How to Fix Imperfect Faces Bodies

5 Finding the Balance

014 Freeform Feature Projects

1 Freeform Feature Projects Unit Introduction

2 Impeller Blade

015 Editing Unparametric Sheet Bodies

1 Editing Unparametric Sheet Bodies Unit Introduction

2 Isoparametric Trim Divide

3 Degree

4 Stiffness

5 Change Edge

6 Boundary

7 Reverse Normal

016 Analyzing Faces and Bodies

1 Analyzing Faces and Bodies Unit Introduction

2 B-Surface Analysis

3 Face Analysis - Radius

4 Face Analysis - Reflection

5 Face Analysis - Slope

6 Face Analysis - Distance

7 Interpreting Face Analysis Results

8 Minimum Radius Analysis

9 Deviation Analysis

10 Examine Geometry

11 Examine Geometry - Automatic

 

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PPM Concepts-Course Contents

  • Instructions to Project Management
  • What is a Project?
  • What is Project Management?
  • Project Management Context
  • Processes of a Project Management
  • Initiation
  • Planning
  • Execution
  • Monitoring & Controlling
  • Closing
  • Knowledge areas in a Project
  • Time Management
  • Cost Management
  • Scope Management
  • Quality Management
  • Risk Management
  • Human Resource Management
  • Procurement Management
  • Integration Management
  • Communication Management
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MS Project 2010-Course Contents

Ø  Instructions for Project Planning and Management

 Ø  Project Management Context

 Ø  Project Management Process

 Ø  Project Knowledge Areas

 ·         Project Scope Management

·         Project Time Management   

·         Project Human Resource Management

·         Project Cost Management

·         Project Procurement Management

·         Project Communication Management

·         Project Risk Management

·         Project Quality Management

·         Project Integrations Management

 

Ø  Calendars, Activities-Definition, SEQUENCING & ESTIMATE duration

 Guidelines-      Network Analysis

Ø  CPM Problems

Ø  Developing Network Diagram & Finding Critical Path

Ø  PERT Problems

Ø  PERT Analysis

Ø  Outlining WBS Codes & Recurring Problems

Ø  Resource & Cost Analysis

Ø  Resource Leveling

Ø  Constraints & Tracking Progress

Ø  Earned Value Analysis & Grouping

Ø  Multiple Projects

Ø  Customization

 

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Primavera P6-Course Contents

 ·         Calendar Definition

·         Calendar Definition – Hourly Basis

·         Preparing List of Tasks

 Various methods of entering a task

Entering task duration

Milestones

 ·         Different kinds of relationship between Task

             Different methods of Linking   Tasks

  ·         Estimating the project finish date

 

            Identifying the project Critical Path

·         Editing the task links

·         Applying different calendars & Estimating finish date

·         Setting lag & lead time between linked tasks

·         Filtering of Tasks

  • Practices:

1.    Defining new calendars - Standard, Hourly Calendars, Customised calendars etc.

               2. CPM problems

               3. Developing network diagram

               4. Finding the critical path

               5. FAQ

·         Activity Code Definition & Assigning

·         Organising

·         Reorganising

·         Work Breakdown Structure (WBS)

            What is WBS?

            Example for WBS

            Defining WBS Codes

            Applying WBS in Task

  ·         Constraints in a project

            Different types of constraints

            Setting Activity constraints

            Overcoming Constraints conflict

  •  Practices:

1. WBS

2. Activity Codes

3. Applying Constraints

4. FAQ

·         Resource Sheet Preparation

            Defining Resources

            Defining Resource Calendars

            Different ways of defining resources

·         Assigning Resources to tasks

            Adding Resources

·         Resource Graph

·         Resource Profiles

·         Resource Tables

·         Resource Curves

·         Analysing Resources

            Resource Leveling

Concept of Stretching, Crunching & Splitting - Manual

            Automatic Leveling

  •  Practices:

              1.  Assigning Resources

             2. Resource and Cost allocation 

            3. Resources Analysis & Resource Leveling         

           4. FAQ

  • Updating Progress

            Setting Data date

Entering Actual Start & Finish date for tasks

            Comparative Study of baseline and actual plan

  ·          Defining Project Codes

  ·          Creating Cost Accounts

  • Calculating Earned Value Analysis
  • Creating Custom Data Items

  • Multiple Projects

            Establishing cross project links

External Predecessor & Successor for a project task

  •   Practices:

              1. Updating Progress

              2. Earned Value Analysis

              3. Multiple projects

           4. FAQ (

  • Types of Reports

            Tabular/Graphical

  • Global Change
  • MPX Conversions
  • Formatting Bars & Columns
  • Fragnets
  • Attachment Tools
  • Printing

            Printing Views

            Printing reports

            Setting Headers & Footers

  • Practices:  

1. MPX Conversions

            2. FAQ

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Course Contents- MSP + P6

MS Project Primavera
Ø  Instructions for Project Planning and Management

 Ø  Project Management Context

 Ø  Project Management Process

 Ø  Project Knowledge Areas

 ·         Project Scope Management

·         Project Time Management   

·         Project Human Resource Management

·         Project Cost Management

·         Project Procurement Management

·         Project Communication Management

·         Project Risk Management

·         Project Quality Management

·         Project Integrations Management

 

Ø  Calendars, Activities-Definition,

SEQUENCING & ESTIMATE duration

 Guidelines-      Network Analysis

Ø  CPM Problems

Ø  Developing Network Diagram & Finding

Critical Path

Ø  PERT Problems

Ø  PERT Analysis

Ø  Outlining WBS Codes & Recurring Problems

Ø  Resource & Cost Analysis

Ø  Resource Leveling

Ø  Constraints & Tracking Progress

Ø  Earned Value Analysis & Grouping

Ø  Multiple Projects

Ø  Customization

·         Calendar Definition

·         Calendar Definition – Hourly Basis

·         Preparing List of Tasks

 Various methods of entering a task

Entering task duration

Milestones

 ·         Different kinds of relationship between Task

             Different methods of Linking  Tasks

  ·         Estimating the project finish date

       Identifying the project Critical Path

·         Editing the task links

·         Applying different calendars & Estimating finish date

·         Setting lag & lead time between linked tasks

·         Filtering of Tasks

  • Practices:

1.    Defining new calendars - Standard, Hourly Calendars, Customised calendars etc.

               2. CPM problems

               3. Developing network diagram

               4. Finding the critical path

               5. FAQ

·         Activity Code Definition & Assigning

·         Organising

·         Reorganising

·         Work Breakdown Structure (WBS)

            What is WBS?

            Example for WBS

            Defining WBS Codes

            Applying WBS in Task

  ·         Constraints in a project

            Different types of constraints

            Setting Activity constraints

            Overcoming Constraints conflict

  •  Practices:

1. WBS

2. Activity Codes

3. Applying Constraints

4. FAQ

·         Resource Sheet Preparation

            Defining Resources

            Defining Resource Calendars

            Different ways of defining resources

·         Assigning Resources to tasks

            Adding Resources

·         Resource Graph

·         Resource Profiles

·         Resource Tables

·         Resource Curves

·         Analysing Resources

            Resource Leveling

Concept of Stretching, Crunching & Splitting - Manual

            Automatic Leveling

  •  Practices:

              1.  Assigning Resources

             2. Resource and Cost allocation 

            3. Resources Analysis & Resource Leveling         

           4. FAQ

  • Updating Progress

            Setting Data date

Entering Actual Start & Finish date for tasks

            Comparative Study of baseline and actual plan

  ·          Defining Project Codes

  ·          Creating Cost Accounts

  • Calculating Earned Value Analysis
  • Creating Custom Data Items

  • Multiple Projects

            Establishing cross project links

External Predecessor & Successor for a project task

  •   Practices:

              1. Updating Progress

              2. Earned Value Analysis

              3. Multiple projects

           4. FAQ (

  • Types of Reports

            Tabular/Graphical

  • Global Change
  • MPX Conversions
  • Formatting Bars & Columns
  • Fragnets
  • Attachment Tools
  • Printing

            Printing Views

            Printing reports

            Setting Headers & Footers

  • Practices:  

1. MPX Conversions

            2. FAQ

 

 

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Fundamentals of Vehicle Design and Packaging-Course Contents

training7 Advanced Auto Domain Training

History

  • Introduction
  • First Car, Front Engine, Alternative Propulsion
  • Mass Production, Unibody, Art & Science
  • Aero, People’s Car, 4X4
  • Truck, Design With Passion, Passenger Priority
  • Mid-Engine, British Roadster, Luxury SUV
  • Downforce, Hatchback, Minivan
  • Micro, XX LRG, Neighborhood Electric Vehicles

Getting Started

  • Introduction
  • Process Advanced and Production
  • Systems Segments and Anatomy
  • Step By Step Process One Through Four
  • Step By Step Process Five Through Ten
  • Designing With Sections Main
  • Designing With Sections Rear View
  • Grids, Ground Planes, Vehicle Attitudes, Tire Size, And Ride Height
  • Hardpoints And Package Drawing

Functions & Segments

  • Introduction
  • Factors That Drive Functional Objectives and Applying Them to Architecture
  • Vehicle Positioning
  • Micro, Economy, Luxury, & Specialty Cars
  • Minivans, SUV’s, Pickup Trucks, & Commercial Vans

Package Ideation

  • Introduction
  • Word Picture, Sketches, Ideation, and Unorthodox Thinking

Size & Proportion

  • Introduction
  • Size and Proportion, Key Dimensions, and Product Benchmarking

Occupant Packaging

  • Introduction
  • Manikin Anatomy and Occupant Environment Set-Up

Interiors & Cargo

  • Introduction
  • Instrument Panel & Control Set-Up
  • Interior Volumes and Cargo

Powertrain

  • Introduction
  • Powertrain Anatomy & Selection
  • Power, Engine Size, & Location
  • Powertrain Layouts 1-4
  • Powertrain Layouts 5-8 & Fuel Storage

Wheels & Tires

  • Introduction
  • Tire Sidewall, Wheel Flange, & Brakes
  • Tire Envelopes, Spare, Tire Coverage, Tire-To-Body, & Steering

Suspension & Chassis

  • Introduction
  • Suspension Overview
  • Suspension Systems

Bodies

  • Introduction
  • Load Paths & Types of Body Structures
  • Sections, Design for Impact, Safety, & Material Application
  • Body Closures, Side Aperture Design, & Cutlines
  • Foot Swing, Door & Aperture Design, & Dropping Glass
  • Windshield Aperture Design, Backlight, Aerodynamics, & Lighting
  • Bumper Design, Ground Clearance, Glazing, & License Plates
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Automotive Chassis Training- NX-Unigraphics-Course Contents

training8 Advanced Auto Domain Training

Automotive Chassis Diploma Introduction

  • Automotive Chassis Overview

Design Principles (AC)

  • Design Principles Introduction
  • Design Planning Stage
  • Starting the CAD Model (AC)
  • Modeling Best Practices (AC)
  • Creation Methodology (AC)
  • Settings and Rule (AC)

Design Modeling Techniques (AC)

  • Design Modeling Techniques Introduction (AC)
  • Modeling Creation Methods (AC)
  • Clean Edge Modeling Technique (AC)
  • Clean Edge Approach Bracket
  • Shaping the Part (AC)
  • Frame Rail Rough Shape

Draft (AC)

  • Draft Introduction
  • Part Draft using Taper
  • Taper
  • Taper Creation – Faces
  • Taper Creation – From Edges
  • Taper Creation – Tangent to Faces
  • Taper Creation – Split Line
  • Taper Editing

Parting Line Development (AC)

  • Parting Lines Introduction
  • Parting Lines Overview (PC)
  • Project
  • Projected Points and Curves Editing
  • Intersect
  • Intersection Curve Editing
  • Section
  • Subdivide Face

Thin – Walled Bodies (AC)

  • Thin-walled Bodies Introduction (AC)
  • Thin-walled Bodies (AC)
  • Hollow
  • Hollow Creation – Face
  • Extract
  • Extracting Faces
  • Extracting a Region
  • Thicken Sheet

Chassis Design Fundamental (AC)

  • Chassis Design Fundamental Introduction (AC)
  • Chassis Fundamental Overview
  • Chassis Parts
  • Chassis Design Fundamentals
  • Creating Structural Darts
  • Creating Flanges
  • Frame Rail
  • Crossmember Bracket
  • Body Mount Bracket

Suspension and Steering Fundamentals (AC)

  • Suspension and Steering Fundamentals Introduction
  • Suspension and Steering Fundamentals Overview
  • Suspension and Steering Parts and Operation Function

Evaluating the Part (AC)

  • Evaluating the Part Introduction (AC)
  • Evaluation Tools
  • Face Analysis – Slope

Motion and FEA

  • Motion and FEA Introduction
  • Motion and FEA Overview
  • Definition of Motion Application (AC)
  • Mechanism and Motion Specific Terminology
  • Motion Symbols
  • Practical Uses of Motion

Scenario Environment

  • Introduction – Scenario Environment
  • Scenario Navigator
  • Scenario Navigator Operations
  • Master Model Dimension
  • Materials

Motion Application Overview

  • Introduction – Application Overview
  • Motion Objects Overview
  • Basic Articulation
  • Motion Preferences
  • Automatic Mating Condition Mapping
  • Automatic Mating Condition Mapping – Using
  • Listing Motion Connections
  • Exporting an ADAMS Input File

Links and Markers

  • Introduction – Links and Markers
  • Link
  • Link Creation
  • Link Editing
  • Link Information
  • Marker Creation
  • Marker Editing
  • Marker Information
  • Smart Point Creation
  • Link Wireframe

Joints, Couplers, and Constraints

  • Introduction – Joints
  • Joints Overview
  • Common Joint Parameters
  • Revolute
  • Slider
  • Function Editor
  • Joint Solids
  • Universal
  • Spherical
  • Cylindrical
  • Screw
  • Planar
  • Fixed
  • Point on Curve
  • Curve on Curve
  • Rack and Pinion
  • Gear
  • Cable
  • Joint Wireframe
  • Joint Information

Post Processing

  • Introduction – Post Processing
  • Articulating the Mechanism
  • Quick Drag
  • Packaging Options
  • Packaging Options – Measure
  • Packaging Options – Trace
  • Packaging Options – Interference
  • Animation
  • Spreadsheet Run
  • Spreadsheet Run – Using
  • Suspension Spreadsheet
  • Graphs
  • Graphing
  • Graphing Jack
  • Load Transfer

Finite Element Analysis
Fundamentals of Finite Element Analysis (FEA) – Introduction
FEA Overview
Strength of Materials

Structures Introduction

  • Structures – Introduction
  • Structures
  • Structures – General Procedures

Creating a Scenario

  • Creating a Scenario – Introduction
  • Structures Manager
  • Scenario Environments
  • Scenario Environment- Defining
  • Scenario1

Meshing Requirements

  • Meshing Requirements – Introduction
  • Meshing Requirements- Intended Use of Model
  • Element Types
  • Element Size and Count
  • Material Type and Properties

Model Preparation

  • Model Preparation – Introduction
  • Midsurface
  • Midsurface Creation Using Face Pairs
  • Midsurface Creation Using Offset
  • Midsurface Creation – User Defined
  • Suppressing Features
  • Feature Creation and Editing in Structures
  • Idealize
  • Mesh Mating Condition
  • Master Model Dimension
  • Model Variation Project

Loads

  • Loads – Introduction
  • Load Conditions
  • Creating Loads
  • Fatigue Load Variation
  • Loads Project

Boundary Conditions

  • Boundary Conditions – Introduction
  • Boundary Conditions
  • Boundary Conditions- Applying
  • Boundary Conditions Project

Mesh Creation

  • Mesh Creation – Introduction
  • Automatic Meshing
  • 3D Tetrahedral Mesh
  • 3D Swept Mesh
  • 2D Mesh- Creating
  • 2D Mesh- Editing
  • Mesh Checks for 2D Elements
  • 1D Mesh- Creating
  • 1D Element Section
  • 1D Mesh- Creating Weld Elements
  • Edge to Face Connection
  • 1D Mesh Project
  • Mesh Attributes
  • Material Properties Project
  • Rigid Connections Project

Quality Checks

  • Quality Checks – Introduction
  • Comprehensive
  • Element Shapes
  • Element Outlines
  • Nodes
  • 2D Element Normal
  • Check 2D Mesh Project
  • Check 3D Mesh Project

Solver

  • Perform the Analysis – Introduction
  • Nastran Solver Overview
  • Linear Statics Plus Analysis
  • Linear Analysis Solid Project
  • Linear Analysis Shell Project
  • Linear Static Axisymmetric Analysis
  • Linear Buckling Analysis
  • Normal Modes Analysis
  • Crossmember Normal Modes Project
  • Thermal Analysis
  • Fatigue Analysis

Post Processor

  • Postprocessor – Introduction
  • Type
  • Fringes
  • Post Processor Project
  • Identify
  • Animation
  • Display
  • Animation Project
  • View
  • Auxiliary Scenario
  • Crossmember Multiple Scenarios Project
  • Hard Copy
  • Quit
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Automotive Interior Trim Training- NX-Unigraphics-Course Contents

training12 Advanced Auto Domain Training

Automotive Interior Trim

  • Automotive Interior Trim Diploma Introduction
  • Automotive Interior Trim Overview
  • Styled Parts in Automotive Interior Trim
  • Assemblies and Parametric Linking

Injection Molding (AIT)

  • Injection Molding Introduction
  • Injection Molding
  • Mold Halves
  • Wall Thickness
  • Draft
  • Flow
  • Undercuts
  • Openings
  • Materials
  • Material Selection
  • Plastic Part Design CAD Process

Common Features (AIT)

  • Common Features Introduction
  • Ribs
  • Snaps
  • Living Hinges

Mold Design for Automotive Parts (AIT)

  • Mold Design for Automotive Parts Introduction
  • Mold Design for Automotive Parts Overview
  • Designing Parts for Strength
  • Designing Parts for Temperature
  • Plastic Parts and Chemicals

Secondary Operations (AIT)

  • Secondary Operations Introduction
  • Machining
  • Shielding
  • Coatings
  • Decorating

Preparing the Model (AIT)

  • Preparing the Model Introduction
  • Tool Considerations
  • Scaling a Body
  • Translation File Types
  • Translating the Data
  • Translators
  • Translating Files
  • Importing IGES, STEP, DXF and DWG Files
  • Exporting IGES, STEP, DXF and DWG Files
  • Heal Geometry
  • Solid Creation

Draft (AIT)

  • Draft Introduction
  • Part Draft using Taper
  • Taper
  • Taper Creation – Faces
  • Taper Creation – From Edges
  • True Draft Taper
  • Taper Creation – Tangent to Faces
  • Taper Creation – Split Line
  • Taper Editing
  • Body Taper

Thin-Walled Bodies (AIT)

  • Thin-Walled Bodies Introduction
  • Thin-walled Bodies
  • Hollow
  • Hollow Creation – Face
  • Hollow Creation – Region
  • Hollow Creation – Body
  • Hollow Editing
  • Offset Face Creation
  • Offset Face Editing
  • Bosses and Cores

User Defined Features (AIT)

  • User-Defined Features Introduction
  • User Defined Features Overview
  • User Defined Features – Advantages
  • User Defined Feature – Configuring Libraries
  • User Defined Feature – Creating Features with the Wizard
  • Screw Boss UDF Creation
  • User Defined Features – Inserting
  • User Defined Features – Editing
  • User Defined Features – Redefining
  • Snap
  • Screw Boss UDF Attach

Parting Lines (AIT)

  • Parting Lines Introduction
  • Parting Lines
  • Offset
  • Offset Curve Editing
  • Project
  • Projected Points and Curves Editing
  • Combined Projection
  • Combined Projection Editing
  • Intersect
  • Intersection Curve Editing
  • Section
  • Removing Associative Curve Parameters
  • Subdivide Face

Surface Creation Using Strings (AIT)

  • Surface Creation Using Strings Introduction
  • Free Form Features
  • Section String Selection
  • Bounded Planes Creation
  • Bounded Planes Editing
  • Alignment Methods
  • Simple Construction Method
  • Through Curve Bodies Creation
  • Through Curve Bodies Editing
  • Through Curve Mesh Bodies
  • Through Curve Mesh Bodies Creation
  • Through Curve Mesh Bodies Editing
  • Swept Bodies Creation Using One Guide String
  • Swept Bodies Creation Using Multiple Guide Strings
  • Swept Feature Editing
  • Automotive Keyfob Task 1
  • Automotive Keyfob Task 2
  • Automotive Keyfob Task 3

Free Form Best Practices (AIT)

  • Free Form Best Practices Introduction
  • Free Form Feature Considerations
  • Avoiding Problems in Free Form Features
  • How to Fix Imperfect Faces Bodies
  • Finding the Balance

Offset Surface Operations (AIT)

  • Offset Surface Operations Introduction
  • Offset Free Form Feature
  • Offset Surface Editing

Feature Operations (AIT)

  • Feature Operations Introduction
  • Feature Operations
  • Extract
  • Extracting Associative Curves
  • Extracting Faces
  • Extracting a Region
  • Extracting a Body
  • Extract Feature Editing
  • Trim Body
  • Trim Body Editing
  • Sewing Best Practices
  • Sew
  • Patch

Evaluating Plastic Parts (AIT)

  • Evaluating Plastic Parts Introduction
  • Evaluation Tools
  • Object Information
  • Point Information
  • Distance Between Objects
  • Angle Between Objects
  • Minimum Radius
  • Part Information
  • Face Analysis – Slope
  • Deviation Analysis
  • Examine Geometry
  • How to Fix Imperfect Faces Bodies
  • Hollow Problems

Face and Soft Blends (AIT)

  • Faces and Soft Blends Introduction
  • Blend Creation – Face
  • Blend Editing – Face
  • Face Blend Edit
  • Blend Creation – Soft
  • Blend Editing – Soft

Editing Unparametric Sheet Bodies (AIT)

  • Editing Unparametric Sheet Bodies Introduction
  • Isoparametric Trim Divide
  • Degree
  • Stiffness
  • Change Edge
  • Boundary
  • Reverse Normal
  • Base Plate

Plastic Part Assemblies (AIT)

  • Plastic Part Assemblies Introduction
  • Plastic Part Assemblies
  • Press Fits
  • Snaps
  • Snap Design
  • Fasteners
  • Bonding
  • Ultrasonic Welding
  • Other Welding Techniques
  • Staking

Appendix (AIT)

  • Appendix Introduction
  • Glossary
  • Common Materials
  • Design Rules
  • Resources
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Automotive Powertrain Training- NX-Course Contents

training11 Advanced Auto Domain Training

 

Automotive Powertrain introduction

  • Automotive Powertrain Diploma Introduction (AP)
  • Automotive Powertrain Diploma Overview (AP)

Design Principles (AP)

  • Design Principles Introduction
  • Design Planning Stage
  • Starting the CAD Model (AP)
  • Modeling Best Practices (AP)
  • Creation Methodology (AP)
  • Settings and Rule (AP)

Design Modeling Techniques (AP)

  • Design Modeling Techniques Introduction (AP)
  • Modeling Creation Methods (AP)
  • Clean Edge Modeling Technique (AP)
  • Clean Edge Approach Bracket
  • Shaping the Part (AP)

Draft (AP)

  • Draft Introduction
  • Part Draft using Taper
  • Taper
  • Taper Creation – Faces
  • Taper Creation – From Edges
  • Taper Creation – Tangent to Faces
  • Taper Creation – Split Line
  • Taper Editing

Parting Line Development (AP)

  • Parting Lines Introduction
  • Parting Lines Overview (PC)
  • Project
  • Projected Points and Curves Editing
  • Intersect
  • Intersection Curve Editing
  • Section
  • Subdivide Face

Thin – Walled Bodies (AP)

  • Thin-walled Bodies Introduction (AP)
  • Thin-walled Bodies (AP)
  • Hollow
  • Hollow Creation – Face
  • Extract
  • Extracting Faces
  • Extracting a Region
  • Thicken Sheet

Engine Fundamentals (AP)

  • Powertrain Fundamentals Introduction
  • Engine Fundamental Overview
  • Engine Parts
  • Engine Operation Function
  • Engine Design Fundamentals
  • Valve Cover Rough Shape
  • Creating Flanges
  • Casting Features
  • Piston Design
  • Pipe Design
  • Tension Casting

Transmission Fundamentals (AP)

  • Transmission Fundamentals Introduction
  • Transmission Fundamental Overview
  • Transmission Parts and Operation Function

HVAC Fundamentals (AP)

  • HVAC Fundamentals Introduction
  • HVAC Fundamentals Overview
  • HVAC Parts and Operation Function
  • HVAC Design Fundamentals

Evaluating the Part (AP)

  • Evaluating the Part Introduction (AP)
  • Evaluation Tools
  • Face Analysis – Slope

Motion and FEA

  • Motion and FEA Introduction
  • Motion and FEA Overview
  • Definition of Motion Application (AP)
  • Mechanism and Motion Specific Terminology
  • Motion Symbols
  • Practical Uses of Motion

Scenario Environment

  • Introduction – Scenario Environment
  • Scenario Navigator
  • Scenario Navigator Operations
  • Master Model Dimension
  • Materials

Motion Application Overview

  • Introduction – Application Overview
  • Motion Objects Overview
  • Basic Articulation
  • Motion Preferences
  • Automatic Mating Condition Mapping
  • Automatic Mating Condition Mapping – Using
  • Listing Motion Connections
  • Exporting an ADAMS Input File

Links and Markers

  • Introduction – Links and Markers
  • Link
  • Link Creation
  • Link Editing
  • Link Information
  • Marker Creation
  • Marker Editing
  • Marker Information
  • Smart Point Creation
  • Link Wireframe

Joints, Couplers, and Constraints

  • Introduction – Joints
  • Joints Overview
  • Common Joint Parameters
  • Revolute
  • Slider
  • Function Editor
  • Joint Solids
  • Universal
  • Spherical
  • Cylindrical
  • Screw
  • Planar
  • Fixed
  • Point on Curve
  • Curve on Curve
  • Rack and Pinion
  • Gear
  • Cable
  • Joint Wireframe
  • Joint Information

Post Processing

  • Introduction – Post Processing
  • Articulating the Mechanism
  • Quick Drag
  • Packaging Options
  • Packaging Options – Measure
  • Packaging Options – Trace
  • Packaging Options – Interference
  • Animation
  • Spreadsheet Run
  • Spreadsheet Run – Using
  • Suspension Spreadsheet
  • Graphs
  • Graphing
  • Graphing Jack
  • Load Transfer

Finite Element Analysis

  • Fundamentals of Finite Element Analysis (FEA) – Introduction
  • FEA Overview
  • Strength of Materials

Structures Introduction

  • Structures – Introduction
  • Structures
  • Structures – General Procedures

Creating a Scenario

  • Creating a Scenario – Introduction
  • Structures Manager
  • Scenario Environments
  • Scenario Environment- Defining
  • Scenario1

Meshing Requirements

  • Meshing Requirements – Introduction
  • Meshing Requirements- Intended Use of Model
  • Element Types
  • Element Size and Count
  • Material Type and Properties

Model Preparation

  • Model Preparation – Introduction
  • Midsurface
  • Midsurface Creation Using Face Pairs
  • Midsurface Creation Using Offset
  • Midsurface Creation – User Defined
  • Suppressing Features
  • Feature Creation and Editing in Structures
  • Idealize
  • Mesh Mating Condition
  • Master Model Dimension
  • Model Variation Project

Loads

  • Loads – Introduction
  • Load Conditions
  • Creating Loads
  • Fatigue Load Variation
  • Loads Project

Boundary Conditions

  • Boundary Conditions – Introduction
  • Boundary Conditions
  • Boundary Conditions- Applying
  • Boundary Conditions Project

Mesh Creation

  • Mesh Creation – Introduction
  • Automatic Meshing
  • 3D Tetrahedral Mesh
  • 3D Swept Mesh
  • 2D Mesh- Creating
  • 2D Mesh- Editing
  • Mesh Checks for 2D Elements
  • 1D Mesh- Creating
  • 1D Element Section
  • 1D Mesh- Creating Weld Elements
  • Edge to Face Connection
  • 1D Mesh Project
  • Mesh Attributes
  • Material Properties Project
  • Rigid Connections Project

Quality Checks

  • Quality Checks – Introduction
  • Comprehensive
  • Element Shapes
  • Element Outlines
  • Nodes
  • 2D Element Normal
  • Check 2D Mesh Project
  • Check 3D Mesh Project

Solver

  • Perform the Analysis – Introduction
  • Nastran Solver Overview
  • Linear Statics Plus Analysis
  • Linear Analysis Solid Project
  • Linear Analysis Shell Project
  • Linear Static Axisymmetric Analysis
  • Linear Buckling Analysis
  • Normal Modes Analysis
  • Crossmember Normal Modes Project
  • Thermal Analysis
  • Fatigue Analysis

Post Processor

  • Postprocessor – Introduction
  • Type
  • Fringes
  • Post Processor Project
  • Identify
  • Animation
  • Display
  • Animation Project
  • View
  • Auxiliary Scenario
  • Crossmember Multiple Scenarios Project
  • Hard Copy
  • Quit
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Automotive Structures Training-Course Contents

training10 Advanced Auto Domain Training

Automotive Structures (AS)

  • Automotive Structures Diploma Overview

Body in White Design Principles (AS)

  • Body in White Design Principles Introduction
  • BIW Design Overview
  • BIW Design Process
  • Parts in Body in White Design
  • BIW – Planning Stage
  • BIW – Starting the CAD Model

Die Design and Tooling (AS)

  • Die Design and Tooling Introduction
  • Die Design Overview
  • Die Design Structure
  • Die Design Advantages and Disadvantages
  • Die Tooling Design

Body in White Design Modeling (AS)

  • Body in White Introduction
  • Model Creation Methods
  • BIW – Clean Edge Modeling Technique
  • BIW – Clean Edge Application
  • BIW – Shaping the Part Overview
  • BIW – Rough Shape Envelope Creation
  • BIW – Front Hinge Pillar Envelope
  • BIW – Shaping the Part
  • BIW – Stamped Depressions
  • BIW – Complex Depression Creation Techniques
  • BIW – Complex Depressions on Contoured Surface
  • BIW – Fuel Filler Depression
  • BIW – Front Hinge Pillar Depressions
  • BIW – Flanges for Stamped Sheet Metal
  • BIW – Flange Creation
  • BIW – Offset Flange
  • BIW – Door Inner Flange
  • BIW – Front Hinge Pillar Flanges
  • BIW – Beads
  • BIW – Bead Creation
  • BIW – Front Hinge Pillar Bead
  • Dart Creation
  • BIW – Dart Creation Using Tool Solids
  • BIW – Front Hinge Pillar Completion
  • BIW – Roof Bow Development

 

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PDMS-Course Contents

3D Modeling Services

*      Equipment Modeling

*      Piping Modeling

*      Pipe Rack Modeling

*      Civil structure / Buildings Modeling

*      Electrical Raceways Modeling

*      Support Modeling

 

Detailed Engineering

*      Preparing Process & Instrumentation Diagram (P&ID)

*      MTO (BOM)

*      Piping GA Drawings & Piping Routing

*      Piping Isometric & Support Drawings

*      Preparing 2-D & 3-D plant model

*      Archiving and indexing

*      Format conversion and digitization

*      Building of 3D plant model from available 2D drawings

*      Plot plan, Equipment layout & Piping Study

 

 Documentation

*      Ability to review and upgrade facilities without the need to physically visit the location

*      Capturing construction deviations from construction documents

*      Resource for future maintenance and planning

*      Provide a snapshot of existing design

*      Used it as a ramp-up aid for new team members

*      Helps to revamp the project for clients

*      Deliverables –

*      3D Models in PDMS and AUTOCAD

*      General Arrangement 

*      Safety Equipment Arrangement

*      Structural Elevation

Specifications and datasheets

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CAESAR II

 Statics Subjects Covered

  • Piping code requirements and recommendations for piping models.
  •  Guidelines and interpreting results for piping layouts design.
  •  Buried pipe and pipeline analysis.
  •  Fatigue evaluation of piping.
  •  Addressing wind and seismic loads with static equivalents.
  •  Wave and current loads on offshore risers. 

Dynamics Subjects Covered

  •  Building a dynamic analysis model.
  •  Interpreting dynamic analysis results.
  •  Solving field vibration problems using harmonic analysis.
  •  Seismic analysis using the response spectrum method.
  •  A survey of approaches to evaluating relief valve discharge.
  •  Evaluating transient loads with time history analysis.

 

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Course Contents-AutoCAD-Architecture

Chapter 1 Introduction to AutoCAD Architecture
• Understanding the AutoCAD Architecture Software
• User Interface
• Viewing in 3D
 

Chapter 2 Basic Wall Construction
• Adding Walls
• Modifying Walls
• Creating Curtain Walls
 

Chapter 3 Creating Wall Openings
• Adding Wall Openings
• Accessing Styles with Style Manager
• Modifying Wall Openings

Chapter 4 Structural Design
• Creating Custom Column Grids
• Modifying Custom Column Grids
• Annotating Custom Column Grids
• Working with Structural Members
• Working with Standard Column Grids (Optional)
 

Chapter 5 Reflected Ceiling Plans
• Creating Ceiling Grids
• Modifying Ceiling Grids
• Inserting Ceiling Fixtures
Course description shown for AutoCAD Architecture 2013. Topics, curriculum, and/or prerequisites may change depending on software version.
 

Chapter 6 Vertical Circulation
• Adding Stairs
• Modifying Stairs
• Adding Railings
• Modifying Railings
 

Chapter 7 Floors
• Creating Floor Slabs
• Modifying Floor Slabs
• Editing Slabs Using Slab Tools
 

Chapter 8 Roofs
• Creating Roofs
• Modifying Roofs
• Working with Roof Slabs
• Modifying Roof Slabs
 

Chapter 9 Fixtures, Furnishings, and Equipment
• Furnishing the Building Design
• Adding Blocks to the Tool Palettes
 

Chapter 10 Introduction to Drawing Management
• Project Concepts
• Using the Project Navigator
 

Chapter 11 Building Model Views
• Boundary and Detail Callouts
• Elevations and Building Sections
• Modifying Callout Objects
• Using Live Sections
Course description shown for AutoCAD Architecture 2013. Topics, curriculum, and/or prerequisites may change depending on software version.
 

Chapter 12 Annotation
• Drawing Scale for Annotation
• Adding Text and Leaders
• Dimensioning in the AutoCAD Architecture Software
• Other Annotation Tools
 

Chapter 13 Scheduling
• Adding Door and Window Tags
• Editing Tag Data
• Adding Schedules
• Editing Schedules


Chapter 14 Creating Details
• Creating Details from Tool Palettes
• Using the Detail Component Manager
• Annotating Details with Keynotes
 

Chapter 15 Visualization
• Working with Cameras
• Managing Camera Views
• Specifying Light Sources
• Rendering Concepts

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Course Description (Revit Architecture)

     Introduction to BIM
     Introduction to n Architecture
     Complete a plan with the following
     Levels
     Walls
     Wall Profiles
     Doors and Windows
     Place Components
     Create and manage Views
     Camera settings
     Dimensional Constraints
     Create Floors and Ceilings
     Create and customise Curtain Walls
     Create and customise Stairs
     Create Conceptual Models using Massing
     Add Annotation
     Create Schedules
     Create Structural Elements
     Create Sheets and Title Blocks
     Rendering
     Walk through and Solar Study
     Creating in-place families
     Creating families and nested families
     Site Design
     Working with Linked Models
     Project Collaboration
     Design in Phases
     Design Options
     Creating Realistic Presentations
     Interference Check
     Import and Export
 

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Course Contents (ArchiCAD)

Overview of the product

About ArchiCAD User Interface

Element creation techniques

Element editing principles

How to Organise a project

Floor Creation techniques

How to navigate your project

Library Management in ArchiCAD

Working with GDL objects

Documenting and Scheduling

Generating Walk-through effects

Project data calculation

Construction Simulation Methodology

Layout & View set management

Using Plotmaker

Inter-operability using ArchiCAD

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Course Contents-(3DS Max)

Chapter 1 Introduction to Autodesk 3ds Max Design
• 1.1 Overview
• 1.2 Visualization Workflow
• 1.3 The Autodesk 3ds Max Design Interface
• 1.4 Preferences
• 1.5 Setting the Project Folder
• 1.6 Configure Paths
• 1.7 Display Drivers
• 1.8 Viewport Display and Labels


Chapter 2 Autodesk 3ds Max Design Configuration
• 2.1 Viewport Navigation
• 2.2 Viewport Configuration
• 2.3 Object Selection Methods
• 2.4 Units Setup
• 2.5 Layer and Object Properties

Chapter 3 Basic Modeling Techniques
• 3.1 Model with Primitives
• 3.2 Applying Transforms
• 3.3 Sub-Object Mode
• 3.4 Reference Coordinate Systems and Transform Centers
• 3.5 Cloning and Grouping
• 3.6 Poly Modeling with Graphite Tools
• 3.7 Statistics in Viewport

Chapter 4 Modeling From 2D Objects

• 4.1 3D Modeling from 2D Objects
• 4.2 The Lathe Modifier
• 4.3 2D Booleans
• 4.4 The Extrude Modifier
• 4.5 Boolean Operations
• 4.6 The Sweep Modifier
• 4.7 Using Snaps for Precision
 

Chapter 5 Assembling Project Files
• 5.1 Data Linking and Importing
• 5.2 Linking Files
• 5.3 References
 

Chapter 6 Materials
• 6.1 Introduction to Materials
• 6.2 Understanding Maps and Materials
• 6.3 Managing Materials
• 6.4 Standard Materials
• 6.5 Material Shaders
• 6.6 Assigning Maps to Materials
• 6.7 Opacity, Bump, and Reflection Mapping
• 6.8 mental ray Materials
• 6.9 The Material Explorer
 

Chapter 7 Mapping Coordinates and Scale
• 7.1 Mapping Coordinates
• 7.2 Mapping Scale
• 7.3 Spline Mapping

Chapter 8 Introduction to Lighting

• 8.1 Local vs. Global Illumination
• 8.2 Standard Lighting
• 8.3 Types of Standard Lights
• 8.4 Shadow Types
 

Chapter 9 Lighting and Rendering
• 9.1 Photometric Light Objects
• 9.2 Exposure Control
• 9.3 Daytime Lighting
 

Chapter 10 mental ray Rendering
• 10.1 Fundamentals of mental ray
• 10.2 mental ray Interior Rendering
• 10.3 Controlling mental ray Quality
• 10.4 mental ray Proxies
Chapter 11 Rendering and Cameras
• 11.1 Rendering Options
• 11.2 Rendering Presets
• 11.3 Iterative Rendering
• 11.4 Single vs. Double-Sided Rendering
• 11.5 State Sets
• 11.6 Cameras
• 11.7 Background Images
• 11.8 The Print Size Wizard
 

Chapter 12 Animation
• 12.1 Animation and Time Controls
• 12.2 Walkthrough Animation
• 12.3 Animation Output

 

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Course Contents(3DS Max for Architects-Advanced )

  • Advanced Vray rendering
  • Working with characters
  • Advanced Animation
  • Advanced walkthrough
  • Advanced modifier application
  • Adv mesh modeling
  • Real multistory project working till 60 plus floor
  • Complex project handling key secrets.
  • VRay rendered 10 projects on interiors
  • VRay rendered 5 projects on exteriors
  • Specific practical techniques to handle interior projects
  • Specific practical techniques to handle exterior projects
  • Indepth lighiting concept

 

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Course Contents-MAYA

Introduction to Autodesk Maya
• Autodesk Maya Interface and Workflow
• Autodesk Maya Project Configuration
• Assembling Files – File Link and Import
• 3D Modeling with Polygons and NURBS
• UV Layout and Mesh Preparation for Texturing
• Texture Creation, Surfacing and Materials
• Introduction to Autodesk Maya Lighting
• Introduction to Autodesk Maya mental ray
• Rendering

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Course Contents (Adobe Illustrator)

Introduction, Workspace & Navigation
• Using the Welcome Screen
• Introducing Vector Based Paths
• Working with Layers in Illustrator
• Introducing Anchor Points
• Creating a New Document
• Repositioning and Adjusting View
• Saving the Document
• Utilizing Illustrator Startup Documents
• Page tool
• Setting Up Preferences
• Using Color Settings
• Configuring Palettes & Workspace
• Using Navigations
 

Selections
• Selection tool
• Direct selection
• Group selection
• Selection lassos
• Selecting stray points
• Magic wand selection
 

Smart Guides and Rulers
• Rulers introduction
• Creating guides
• Smart guides
• Smart guide options
• Grids
• Measure and info tools
 

Fills and Stroke and Color
• Introduction to Fill and Stroke
• Modifying and Arranging the Stroke of an Object
• Display Artifacts and Stroke Palette options
• Filling and Arranging Objects in a document
• Creating a fill Pattern
• Color introduction
• CMYK vs. RGB
• An Overview of the Color Palette
• The Color Spectrum Bar and Dialing in colors
• Black vs. Rich Black in the Color Palette
• Creating and Saving new Color Swatches
• Color picker
• Color picker theft
• Snap to pixel
• Moving snap pixel
 

Gradients & Gradient Mesh
• Gradients introduction
• Using the Gradient Tool
• Applying a Gradient
• Editing gradients
• Using the Gradient Palette
• Using the Gradient Slider Bar
• Gradient libraries
• Using Swatches
• Adding Colors
• Making Color Adjustments
• Using the Eye Dropper Tool
• Reviewing the Appearance Palette and Gradients on Strokes
• Creating a Gradient Mesh
• Expanding a Gradient Mesh
• Modifying Gradient Mesh Colors
• Modifying Gradient Mesh Points and Control Handles
• Applying Other Gradient Mesh Color Change
• Adjusting Gradient Mesh Preferences
• Blending Objects into the Gradient Mesh
 

Layers and Grouping
• Layers introduction
• Organizing layers
• Selecting layers
• Grouping layers
• Locking Layers
• Group selection
• Duplicating layers
• Sub-layers
• Collect and flatten
• Creating templates
• Placing paths

Module 2 Illustrator Drawing, Editing and Symbol Tools
Drawing with Lines and Shapes and Brushes
Line
• Line segment tool
• Arc tool
• Spiral tool
• Rectangular grid tool
• Polar grid tool
• Spaz line tool
• Moving lines
 

Shapes
• Rectangle tool
• Rounded rectangle tool
• Ellipse tool
• Polygon tool
• Star tool
• Flare tool
• The spaz modifier
• Using the Flip Tool to Mirror Shapes
• Combining Shapes
• Tilde Key Function
The Pen Tools and Path Editing
• Pen introduction
• Convert anchor point
• Additional and sub anchors
• Joining anchors
• Introducing Path Transformations
• Combining Path
• Dividing Paths
• Grouping Paths
• Using Bridge
• Creating a Tracing Template
• Drawing with the Pen Tool
• Modifying a Path
• Using and Editing Spline Curves
• Using Beziér Curves
• Creating a Cusp Point
• Modifying and Converting Beziér Curves
• Using the Offset Path Dialogue Box
• Cutting, Extending, and Closing Paths
• Filling Paths
• Clipping with Mask
 

The Pencil Tools
• Basic pencil tool
• Smooth tool
• Eraser tool
Drawing with Brushes
• Paintbrush introduction
• Calligraphic brush
• Art brush
• Pattern brush
• Loading and saving brushes
• Creating custom Brushes
• Editing your art brush stroke
• Converting Text To An Art Brush
• Pressure sensitive Drawing with a tablet
 

Symbols Tools
• Symbol introduction
• Creating custom symbols
• Accessing Symbol Libraries
• Manipulating and Duplicating Symbols
• Altering All Instances of a Symbol
• Replacing All Instances of a Symbol
• Building blocks
• Symbol sprayer
• Symbol shifter tool
• Symbol scruncher
• Symbol sizer
• Symbol spinner
• Symbol stainer
• Symbol screener
• Symbol styler
• Saving default symbols
Transform tools
• Scale tool
• Scaling patterns
• Rotation tool
• Rotating a pattern
• Reflect tool
• Twist tool
• Sheer tool
• Reshape tool
Cutting tools
• The scissor tool
• The knife tool
Charts and Graphs
• Creating graphs
• Changing the graph type
• Coloring graphs
• Styling type
• Column designs
• Value divisions
• Design markers
• Other line graphs
 

Alignment and distribution
• Re-positioning art
• Object alignment
• Mouse directed movement

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Course Contents(Photoshop Max Integration)

 

  • Photoshop 3d and max integration
  • Mapping max part rendered data with photoshop
  • Advancecd image correction techniques
  • Autocad integration for mapping 2d cad data with photoshop
  • 50 texture creation techniques

 

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Course Contents(V-Ray Rendering)

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AutoCAD-2D 3DS Max Revit MEP
  • About 2D Software
  • Explaining Graphical User Interface
  • Drawing simple sketches (Line, Arc, Circle, Ellipse, Polygon etc.)
  • Drawing settings
  • Modifying entities
  • Object selection methods
  • Settings and modifying entity properties
  • Creating and managing layers
  • Adding Annotations and Dimension to your drawing
  • Creating Text styles and Dimension styles
  • Creating Construction lines and Semi-infinite lines
  • Creating blocks and attributes
  • Working with Tables
  • Creating and viewing slides
  • Slide library
  • Running scripts
  • Creating compound documents with OLE
  • Electronic transmit
  • Plotting your drawings
  • Layout management
  • Exporting object
  • Project

Chapter 1 Introduction to Autodesk 3ds Max Design
• 1.1 Overview
• 1.2 Visualization Workflow
• 1.3 The Autodesk 3ds Max Design Interface
• 1.4 Preferences
• 1.5 Setting the Project Folder
• 1.6 Configure Paths
• 1.7 Display Drivers
• 1.8 Viewport Display and Labels


Chapter 2 Autodesk 3ds Max Design Configuration
• 2.1 Viewport Navigation
• 2.2 Viewport Configuration
• 2.3 Object Selection Methods
• 2.4 Units Setup
• 2.5 Layer and Object Properties

Chapter 3 Basic Modeling Techniques
• 3.1 Model with Primitives
• 3.2 Applying Transforms
• 3.3 Sub-Object Mode
• 3.4 Reference Coordinate Systems and Transform Centers
• 3.5 Cloning and Grouping
• 3.6 Poly Modeling with Graphite Tools
• 3.7 Statistics in Viewport

Chapter 4 Modeling From 2D Objects

• 4.1 3D Modeling from 2D Objects
• 4.2 The Lathe Modifier
• 4.3 2D Booleans
• 4.4 The Extrude Modifier
• 4.5 Boolean Operations
• 4.6 The Sweep Modifier
• 4.7 Using Snaps for Precision
 

Chapter 5 Assembling Project Files
• 5.1 Data Linking and Importing
• 5.2 Linking Files
• 5.3 References
 

Chapter 6 Materials
• 6.1 Introduction to Materials
• 6.2 Understanding Maps and Materials
• 6.3 Managing Materials
• 6.4 Standard Materials
• 6.5 Material Shaders
• 6.6 Assigning Maps to Materials
• 6.7 Opacity, Bump, and Reflection Mapping
• 6.8 mental ray Materials
• 6.9 The Material Explorer
 

Chapter 7 Mapping Coordinates and Scale
• 7.1 Mapping Coordinates
• 7.2 Mapping Scale
• 7.3 Spline Mapping

Chapter 8 Introduction to Lighting

• 8.1 Local vs. Global Illumination
• 8.2 Standard Lighting
• 8.3 Types of Standard Lights
• 8.4 Shadow Types
 

Chapter 9 Lighting and Rendering
• 9.1 Photometric Light Objects
• 9.2 Exposure Control
• 9.3 Daytime Lighting
 

Chapter 10 mental ray Rendering
• 10.1 Fundamentals of mental ray
• 10.2 mental ray Interior Rendering
• 10.3 Controlling mental ray Quality
• 10.4 mental ray Proxies
Chapter 11 Rendering and Cameras
• 11.1 Rendering Options
• 11.2 Rendering Presets
• 11.3 Iterative Rendering
• 11.4 Single vs. Double-Sided Rendering
• 11.5 State Sets
• 11.6 Cameras
• 11.7 Background Images
• 11.8 The Print Size Wizard
 

Chapter 12 Animation
• 12.1 Animation and Time Controls
• 12.2 Walkthrough Animation
• 12.3 Animation Output

Chapter 1: Introduction to Autodesk Revit MEP
• 1.1 Building Information Modeling
• 1.2 Overview of the Interface
• 1.3 Standard Terminology
• 1.4 Starting Projects
• 1.5 Viewing Commands

Chapter 2: Basic Drawing and Editing Tools
• 2.1 General Drawing Tools
• 2.2 Editing Elements
• 2.3 Basic Modifying Tools
• 2.4 Helpful Editing Tools

Chapter 3: Starting MEP Projects
• 3.1 Linking in Architectural Projects
• 3.2 Copying and Monitoring Elements
• 3.3 Setting Up Levels

Chapter 4: Working with Views
• 4.1 Duplicating Views
• 4.2 Adding Callout Views
• 4.3 Setting the View Display
• 4.4 Elevations and Sections

Chapter 5: Understanding MEP Systems
• 5.1 About MEP Systems
• 5.2 Working with Components
• 5.3 Creating Systems - Overview
• 5.4 System Graphics
• 5.5 Connecting Components
• 5.6 Analyzing Systems
• 5.7 Duct and Pipe System Tools

Chapter 6: Spaces and Zones
• 6.1 Creating Spaces
• 6.2 Working with Spaces
• 6.3 Creating Zones
• 6.4 Creating Color Schemes

Chapter 7: Performance Analysis
• 7.1 Preparing a Project for Energy Analysis
• 7.2 Analyzing the Heating and Cooling Loads
• 7.3 Exporting for Secondary Analysis

Chapter 8: HVAC Systems
• 8.1 About HVAC Systems
• 8.2 Adding Air Terminals and Mechanical Equipment
• 8.3 Adding Ductwork
• 8.4 Modifying Ducts
• 8.5 Creating Duct Systems
• 8.6 Automatic Ductwork Layouts

Chapter 9: Hydronic Piping Systems
• 9.1 About Hydronic Piping Systems
• 9.2 Adding Mechanical Equipment
• 9.3 Drawing Piping
• 9.4 Creating Hydronic Systems
• 9.5 Automatic Piping Layouts

Chapter 10: Plumbing Systems
• 10.1 About Plumbing Systems
• 10.2 Adding Plumbing Fixtures
• 10.3 Drawing Piping for Plumbing Systems
• 10.4 Working with Plumbing Systems
• 10.5 Fire Protection Systems

Chapter 11: Electrical Systems
• 11.1 About Electrical Systems
• 11.2 Placing Electrical Components
• 11.3 Creating Electrical Circuits
• 11.4 Cable Trays and Conduit
• 11.5 Electrical Panel Schedules

Chapter 12: Creating Construction Documents
• 12.1 Setting Up Sheets
• 12.2 Placing and Modifying Views on Sheets
• 12.3 Adding Revisions
• 12.4 Printing Sheets

Chapter 13: Annotating Construction Documents
• 13.1 Working with Dimensions
• 13.2 Working with Text
• 13.3 Detail Lines and Symbols
• 13.4 Creating Legends

Chapter 14: Tags and Schedules
• 14.1 Adding Tags
• 14.2 Working with Schedules
• 14.3 Creating Schedules
• 14.4 Modifying Schedules

Chapter 15: Detailing
• 15.1 Setting Up Detail Views
• 15.2 Creating Details
• 15.3 Patterning

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