Course Description




Mechanical Drafting Using AutoCAD (ME-01)
In this course, you will learn how to conceive and design a product using the latest release of AutoCAD. In addition to learning basic techniques of AutoCAD required for making a drawing, creating text, creating and inserting symbols, dimensioning a drawing, applying constraints to sketches, creating blocks and dynamic blocks to solve drafting and design related problems, you will learn the advanced features of AutoCAD required to create 3D model, surface, mesh, and rendering.

In this course, you will also learn various customization techniques needed for creating template drawings and modifying the AutoCAD environment.


Major Topics Covered in this Course:
  • Create a basic 2D drawing in AutoCAD
  • Use of Productivity Tools
  • Plot a Drawing
  • Create 3D Models
  • Create a Mesh Object
  • Rendering
  • Template Drawings
  • Script Files and Slide Shows
  • Create Line types and Hatch Patterns
  • Customize Menus and Toolbars
  • Customize Ribbon, Workspaces, and Palettes


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Product Design using Inventor (ME-02)
In this course, you will learn how to conceive and design a product using the latest release of Inventor. In addition to learning part modelling, assembly design, and sheet metal, you will learn to build master models for parametrically driving entire project from a unique location, reverse-engineer complex models, understand weldments, use tolerances and datum symbols, and create advanced solid features of Inventor like coil, split, loft, rib, and sweep features, and learn everything there is to know about fillets and advanced editing operations. You will also learn how to apply formulas and parameters and iMates, insert iFeatures, adaptive parts, iParts, and 3D sketching to an Inventor model.

Major Topics Covered in this Course:
  • Basics of Design Fundamentals
  • Component Design
  • Assembly Structure and Design
  • Documentation (Drawings)
  • Design Changes and Automation
  • Project Work


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Product Design using SolidWorks (ME-03)
In this course, you will learn how to conceive and design a product using the latest release of SolidWorks. In addition to part modeling, assembly modelling, and sheet metal, you will learn the advanced features of SolidWorks like use of Boolean operations in multibody parts, build master models for parametrically driving entire project from a unique location, reverse-engineer complex models, understand weldments and electrical routing, use tolerances and datum symbols, create advanced solid features including sweeps, lofts, boundaries, and learn everything there is to know about fillets and advanced editing operations.

You will also learn how to link Microsoft Excel spreadsheets that contain data and equations to a SolidWorks model. Moreover, you will learn motion simulation and kinematics solutions in SolidWorks and SolidWorks Simulation.


Major Topics Covered in this Course:
  • Sketching using SolidWorks
  • Component Design
  • Assembly Structure and Design
  • Documentation (Drawings)
  • Motion Study
  • Introduction to Weldments
  • Introduction to Electrical Routing
  • Project Work


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Advanced and Innovative Design using CATIA (ME-04)
In this course, you will learn how to conceive and design a product using the latest release of CATIA. In addition to part modeling, assembly modelling, and sheet metal, you will learn the advanced features of CATIA like use of Boolean operations in multibody parts, build master models for parametrically driving entire project from a unique location, reverse-engineer complex models, understand weldments and electrical routing, use tolerances and datum symbols, and create advanced solid features including multi-section solid, rib, solid combine, and learn everything there is to know about fillets and advanced editing operations.

You will also learn how to apply formulas and parameters to a CATIA model. Moreover, you will learn motion simulation and kinematics solutions in CATIA.


Major Topics Covered in this Course:
  • Sketching
  • Component Design
  • Assembly Structure and Design
  • Documentation (Drawings)
  • Design Changes and Automation
  • Introduction to Electrical Routing
  • Introduction to Weldments
  • Project Work


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Advanced and Innovative Design using PTC Creo (ME-05)
In this course, you will learn how to conceive and design a product using the latest release of Creo. In addition to part modelling, assembly modelling, and sheet metal, you will learn to build master models, understand welding and electrical routing, convert solid to sheet metal, use tolerances and datum symbols, and create advanced solid features such as sweeps, blend, shell, warp, and learn everything there is to know about fillets and advanced editing operations.

You will also learn how to link Microsoft Excel spreadsheets that contain data and equations to a Creo model. Moreover, you will learn motion simulation and kinematics solutions in Creo.


Major Topics Covered in this Course:
  • Sketching
  • Component Design
  • Assembly Structure and Design
  • Documentation (Drawings)
  • Design Changes and Automation
  • Introduction to Electrical Routing
  • Introduction to Weldments
  • Project Work


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Injection Mold Design Using NX (ME-06)
In this course, you will understand the concepts of Injection molding and design a mold. You will learn how to effectively use NX Mold Wizard to design a mold. An effective Mold design helps to reduce the cost of overall product. Additionally, you will learn how to use advanced modeling tools of NX for creation of cavities, cores, sliders, lifters, and sub-inserts. These tools provide fast and associative 3D-Solid results. With the knowledge of mold design, you can easily understand the concept of creating plastic parts in industry.

Major Topics Covered in this Course:
  • Part Analysis
  • Concept and Design of Core and Cavity
  • Concept and Design of Parting line/Surface
  • Concept of Venting
  • Concept and Design of Ejection Mechanism
  • Concept and Design of Gate and Runner
  • Concept and Design of Cooling Circuits
  • Concept of Undercuts
  • Molding Defects and its Remedies
  • Project Work


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Finite Element Analysis Using ANSYS (ME-07)
In this course, you will learn how to effectively use ANSYS Workbench to build a FEA simulation model, analyze it, and then interpret the FEA results. You will also learn how to simulate and validate the performance of all manufacturing products. With your expertise in simulation, you will be able to contribute toward the development of products, cost management, product integrity, and designing smart products.

This course allows users to analyze large product models before actual manufacturing. During this course, the students will be encouraged to explore about the software’s major enhancements, including pre-processing functionalities and coupled physics capabilities. In this process, the students will be enabled to accomplish multi-physics workflows in structural and thermal domains.


Major Topics Covered in this Course:
  • Finite Element Method/Analysis (FEM/FEA)
  • Basic Solid Modeling
  • Importing Solid Models and IGES Files
  • Meshing the Models
  • Applying Material to the Model
  • Applying Loads in Different Disciplines
  • Static and Advanced Structural Analysis
  • Thermal Analysis
  • Design Optimization and Validation
  • Report Generation and Interpretation of FEA Results
  • Project Work


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Design Project, PLM**, and Additive Manufacturing (ME-08)
This is an advanced Design Project course on modeling, design, integration, and best practices for use of machine elements such as fasteners, bearings, springs, gears, cams and mechanisms. Modeling and analysis of these elements will be based upon extensive application of core mechanical engineering principles, specifications, and manufacturing processes. Additive manufacturing like 3D Printing will be used to reproduce the components of the design project. The manufactured components will then be used to analyze and evaluate the design of each part and the product. Students will be introduced to Product Lifecycle Management (PLM) and its use in industry.

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Personality Development and Engineering Ethics (PD I, II, III)
Apart from imparting training on all the emerging technologies, the faculty at TIET strives to groom and enhance the outer and inner personality of students to make them a valuable resource for industry and society at large. Keeping this perspective in view, a highly innovative personality development course has been developed in house to improve their spoken skills and confidence level so as to prepare them to face the rigors of the corporate culture.

Highlights of this Course
  • Detailed, cohesive, and integrated training with individual attention
  • Trained and experienced faculty
  • Training using life examples and interactive audio-video sessions
  • Highly flexible and customized course to meet your needs
Modules that will be covered in this course:

Module 1: Personality Assessment Ice- Breaking & Personality Development
Body language & Confidence Building Basic Grooming and Etiquette
   
Module 2: Conversational Skills Module 5: Work Ethics/Moral Values
Spoken English  Engineering Ethics
Public Speaking  Office Manners & Etiquettes
Tele etiquettes Team Building
Extempore Leadership/Decision Making Skills
  Stress/Conflict Management
   
Module 3: Interview Skills Module 6: Work/LIFE Balancing
Interview Skills - Q and A Time Management
Mock Interviews Health Management
Positive Attitude/Attitudinal Management
Module 4: Easy Road To English Grammar  Developing Creativity
Basics of Grammar  Developing Interpersonal Skills
Resume Structuring  
Business writing  
e-mail etiquette  
   
** Personality Development and Engineering Ethics course will be taught in each trimester, 3 hours /week.
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