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PISN ENGINEERING PROFESSIONAL ENGINEERING PROJECTS CAREER

ENGINEERING PROJECTS CAREER

FEATURE
MECHANISM
MACHINE ELEMENTS
CAD PROGRAM
MULTIBODY DYNAMICS
MATHEMATICAL TECHNOLOGY
FEATURE

EXPOSURE ON FEATURE AND APPLICATION OF APPLICATION TOOLS »»»»PROJECT PROGRAM

  • DEGREE IN MECHANICAL ENGINEERING
  • DEGREE IN MECHANICAL ENGINEERING UNIVERSITY
  • DEGREE IN AUTOMOBILE ENGINEERING
  • DEGREE IN AERONAUTICAL ENGINEERING
  • DEGREE IN MARINE ENGINEERING
  • DEGREE IN AGRICULTURE ENGINEERING

  • DEGREE IN PRODUCTION ENGINEERING
  • DEGREE IN MECHATRONICS ENGINEERING
  • DEGREE IN MECHANICAL & AUTOMATION ENGINEERING
  • DEGREE IN MECHANICAL ENGINEERING (SANDWICH)
  • DEGREE IN ROBOTICS AND AUTOMATION

MECHANISM

SAM ♦ MECHANISM DESIGN » KINEMATIC ANALYSIS » KINETO-STATICS ANALYSIS » REVERSE ENGINEERING ♦ MECHANISM INNOVATION DATA ♦ INPUT TO DYNAMIC & STATIC ANALYSIS

MACHINE ELEMENTS
APM MULTIPHYSICS  PHYSICAL PROCESSESAPM FGA ANALYSIS OF LIQUIDS AND GASESAPM FEM  FINITE ELEMENT ANALYSIS APM CAM MECHANISM
APM PLAIN BEARINGS
APM STRUCTURE 3D STRUCTURAL ANALYSISAPM STUDIO FEA PRE/POST PROCESSOR 
APM TRANS DESIGNING TRANSMISSIONS APM SCREW SLIP, BALL & PLANETARY SCREWAPM EMA ANALYSIS ELECTROMAGNETIC APM BEAR DESIGNING ROLLING BEARING APM DRIVE  MOTION ARBITRARY STRUCTURE APM GRAPH GRAPHICS
 PARAMETRIC DRAWING

MACHINE ELEMENTSPDM ANALYTICALSTRUCTURAL FINITE ELEMENT LITERATURE

CAD PROGRAM
KOMPAS-3D
KOMPAS-GRAPHIC
3D-MODEL RECOGNITION SYSTEMSTANDARD PARTS
BOM WIZARD UNWRAP 
STEEL STRUCTURES 3D. APM FEM PIPELINES 3D ANIMATIONE CAD–KOMPAS-3D CONVERTER
RENDERING APPLICATIONTRACEPARTSONLINE
MATERIALS LIBRARY
ANALYSIS OF KINEMATIC & DYNAMICKOMPAS-MACRO
CABLE 3D
MOULD AND DIEDIMENSIONAL CHAINCALCULATOR
MULTIBODY DYNAMICS
UM AUTOMOTIVEUM TRAINUM LOCO UM LOCOMOTIVE UM FREIGHT WAGONCONTACT ADD ONUM TRACKED VEHICLEUM FEM ANALYSIS
UM EXPERIMENTSUM BASEUM SUBSYSTEMSUM DRIVELINEUM MAGLEVUM TOOLSUM CADUM CONTROL  UM MATLAB
UM BALLASTUM 3D CONTACTUM RCFUM WHEEL/RAILUM MONORAILUM LOCO MODEL BRYANSK STATE TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY 
MATHEMATICAL TECHNOLOGY
SALTIRE MATHS ILLUSTRATIONS SALTIRE GEOMETRY EXPRESSIONSSALTIRE MECHANICAL EXPRESSIONSSALTIRE ANALYTIXSALTIRE ANALYTIX CAMSSALTIRE KNOWLEDGE BASE
ENGINEERING PROFESSIONAL NAGANAKULAM KNOWLEDGE CENTRETRAINING FEATURE 

♦ ISO/DIN/GOST/BIS STANDARD

♦ ACADEMIC INPUT → INDUSTRY OUTPUT

♦ TECHNICAL DATA » ENCYCLOPEDIA

♦ ACADEMIC TEXT BOOKS & TEST PAPERS

♦ ↓ GAP   ACADEMIC VS INDUSTRY

♦ CONCEPT » BASICS » DATABASE

♦ PRODUCTS USED INDUSTRIES

♦ REVERSING « PRODUCT « SCRAP 

♦ PRODUCT SPECIFICATION ?
♦ KINEMATIC & KINETOSTATIC FACTORS
♦ ANALYTICAL PARAMETER TO OPTIMIZE
♦ RESEARCH DATA » PUBLICATION

ENGINEERING
UNIVERSITY
AUTOMOBILE
AERONAUTICAL
MARINE
PRODUCTION
MECHATRONICS
MECHANICAL & AUTOMATION
MECHANICAL SANDWICH
ROBOTICS AND AUTOMATION
AGRICULTURE
ENGINEERING

DEGREE IN MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

SEMESTER

SEMESTER

VII SEMESTER

VIII SEMESTER

PROJ-ME 403(PROJECT III)

PROJ-ME 404 (PROJECT IV)

OBJECTIVE

IT IS INTENDED TO START THE PROJECT WORK EARLY IN THE SEVENTH SEMESTER AND CARRY OUT BOTH DESIGN AND FABRICATION OF A MECHANICAL DEVICE WHOSE WORKING CAN BE DEMONSTRATED. THE DESIGN IS EXPECTED TO BE COMPLETED IN THE SEVENTH SEMESTER AND THE FABRICATION AND DEMONSTRATION WILL BE CARRIED OUT IN THE EIGHTH SEMESTER.

UNIVERSITY

DEGREE IN MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

INDUSTRIAL PROJECT

SIXTH SEMESTER

ME9406

AIM OF THE PROJECT

TO IMPART THE KNOWLEDGE INVOLVED IN CONCEPTUAL DESIGN, PREPARATION OF ROUTE / SCHEDULE SHEETS AND THE FABRICATION

SEMESTER

SEVENTH SEMESTER

ME9451

AIM OF THE PROJECT

TO APPLY THE KNOWLEDGE GAINED FROM THEORETICAL AND PRACTICAL COURSES IN SOLVING A PROBLEM SO AS TO ENCOURAGE STUDENTS’ CREATIVITY, PLANNING, COORDINATION ETC.

THE MAIN OBJECTIVE IS TO GIVE AN OPPORTUNITY TO THE STUDENT TO GET HANDS ON TRAINING IN THE FABRICATION OF ONE OR MORE COMPONENTS OF A COMPLETE WORKING MODEL, WHICH IS DESIGNED BY THEM. THE STUDENTS MAY BE GROUPED INTO 2 TO 4 AND WORK UNDER A PROJECT SUPERVISOR. THE DEVICE/SYSTEM/COMPONENT(S) TO BE FABRICATED MAY BE DECIDED IN CONSULTATION WITH THE SUPERVISOR AND IF POSSIBLE WITH AN INDUSTRY. A PROJECT REPORT TO BE SUBMITTED BY THE GROUP, WHICH WILL BE EVALUATED BY A COMMITTEE WHICH WILL BE CONSTITUTED BY THE HEAD OF THE DEPARTMENT.

A PROJECT TOPIC MAY BE SELECTED EITHER FROM PUBLISHED LISTS OR FROM THE CREATIVE IDEAS OF THE STUDENTS THEMSELVES IN CONSULTATION WITH THEIR GUIDES. THE AIM OF THE PROJECT WORK IS TO DEEPEN THE COMPREHENSION OF PRINCIPLES BY APPLYING THEM TO A NEW PROBLEM WHICH MAY BE THE DESIGN AND MANUFACTURE OF A DEVICE, A RESEARCH INVESTIGATION, A COMPUTER OR MANAGEMENT PROJECT OR A DESIGN PROBLEM. THE PROGRESS OF THE PROJECT IS EVALUATED BASED ON A MINIMUM OF THREE REVIEWS. THE REVIEW COMMITTEE MAY BE CONSTITUTED BY THE HEAD OF THE DEPARTMENT. A PROJECT REPORT IS REQUIRED AT THE END OF THE SEMESTER. THE PROJECT WORK IS EVALUATED BASED ON ORAL PRESENTATION AND THE PROJECT REPORT JOINTLY BY EXTERNAL AND INTERNAL EXAMINERS CONSTITUTED BY THE HEAD OF THE DEPARTMENT 

AUTOMOBILE

DEGREE IN AUTOMOBILE ENGINEERING

SEMESTER

EIGHTH SEMESTER

AT6811/PR6812

OBJECTIVE

TO DEVELOP THE ABILITY TO SOLVE A SPECIFIC PROBLEM RIGHT FROM ITS IDENTIFICATION AND LITERATURE REVIEW TILL THE SUCCESSFUL SOLUTION OF THE SAME. TO TRAIN THE STUDENTS IN PREPARING PROJECT REPORTS AND TO FACE REVIEWS AND VIVA VOCE EXAMINATION.

PROJECT GUIDE

THE STUDENTS IN A GROUP OF 3 TO 4 WORKS ON A TOPIC APPROVED BY THE HEAD OF THE DEPARTMENT UNDER THE GUIDANCE OF A FACULTY MEMBER AND PREPARES A COMPREHENSIVE PROJECT REPORT AFTER COMPLETING THE WORK TO THE SATISFACTION OF THE SUPERVISOR. THE PROGRESS OF THE PROJECT IS EVALUATED BASED ON A MINIMUM OF THREE REVIEWS. THE REVIEW COMMITTEE MAY BE CONSTITUTED BY THE HEAD OF THE DEPARTMENT. A PROJECT REPORT IS REQUIRED AT THE END OF THE SEMESTER. THE PROJECT WORK IS EVALUATED BASED ON ORAL PRESENTATION AND THE PROJECT REPORT JOINTLY BY EXTERNAL AND INTERNAL EXAMINERS CONSTITUTED BY THE HEAD OF THE DEPARTMENT

AERONAUTICAL

DEGREE IN AERONAUTICAL ENGINEERING

SEMESTER

EIGHTH SEMESTER

AT6811

OBJECTIVE

TO DEVELOP THE ABILITY TO SOLVE A SPECIFIC PROBLEM RIGHT FROM ITS IDENTIFICATION AND LITERATURE REVIEW TILL THE SUCCESSFUL SOLUTION OF THE SAME. TO TRAIN THE STUDENTS IN PREPARING PROJECT REPORTS AND TO FACE REVIEWS AND VIVA VOCE EXAMINATION.

OUTCOME

ON COMPLETION OF THE PROJECT WORK STUDENTS WILL BE IN A POSITION TO TAKE UP ANY CHALLENGING PRACTICAL PROBLEMS AND FIND SOLUTION BY FORMULATING PROPER METHODOLOGY.

PROJECT GUIDE

THE STUDENTS IN A GROUP OF 3 TO 4 WORKS ON A TOPIC APPROVED BY THE HEAD OF THE DEPARTMENT UNDER THE GUIDANCE OF A FACULTY MEMBER AND PREPARES A COMPREHENSIVE PROJECT REPORT AFTER COMPLETING THE WORK TO THE SATISFACTION OF THE SUPERVISOR. THE PROGRESS OF THE PROJECT IS EVALUATED BASED ON A MINIMUM OF THREE REVIEWS. THE REVIEW COMMITTEE MAY BE CONSTITUTED BY THE HEAD OF THE DEPARTMENT. A PROJECT REPORT IS REQUIRED AT THE END OF THE SEMESTER. THE PROJECT WORK IS EVALUATED BASED ON ORAL PRESENTATION AND THE PROJECT REPORT JOINTLY BY EXTERNAL AND INTERNAL EXAMINERS CONSTITUTED BY THE HEAD OF THE DEPARTMENT.

MARINE

DEGREE IN MARINE ENGINEERING

PROJECT WORK, TECHNICAL PAPER AND VIVA VOCE SEMESTEREIGHTH SEMESTERMV6811

OBJWCTIVE

TO DEVELOP KNOWLEDGE AND SKILL IN DESIGNING AND FABRICATING A COMPLETE ENGINEERING SYSTEMS/MACHINES /EQUIPMENT AND DO EXPERIMENTS. TO ENHANCE THE ABILITY OF STUDENTS TO ANALYSE AND CONCLUDE FROM THE EXPERIMENTAL DATA OBTAINED 

OUTCOME

ON COMPLETION OF THE PROJECT WORK, THE STUDENTS WOULD HAVE THE ABILITY TO 
1. DESIGN AND FABRICATE ANY MACHINERY/EQUIPMENT/COMPONENTS 
2. CONDUCT EXPERIMENTS 
3. PROVIDE ALTERNATIVE SOLUTIONS TO THE MALFUNCTIONING/FAULTY EQUIPMENTS. 

REFERENCE

BOOKS AND MANUALS ON DESIGN,FABRICATION,CONTROL WHICH ARE RELEVANT FOR THE TOPIC CHOSEN 

PROJECT GUIDE

 IT IS MANDATORY ON THE PART OF THE STUDENTS TO DO A PROJECT AND SUBMIT A REPORT CONTAINING NOT MORE THAN 100 PAGES. A PROJECT SHOULD BE UNDERTAKEN BY NOT EXCEEDING 4 STUDENTS IN A BATCH. 
 THE PROJECT CAN BE OF WORKING MODEL, PC BASED TRAINING MODULE AND THEORETICAL DESIGN AND ANALYSIS. THIS WILL BE EVALUATED BY BOTH INTERNAL AND EXTERNAL EXAMINERS. 
 THE PROJECTS WILL BE DONE IN THE EIGHTH SEMESTER AND WILL BE REVIEWED THREE TIMES BY PROJECT GUIDE AND HOD. THE INTERNAL MARK OF 100, FOR THIS WILL BE ALLOTTED BY THE GUIDE. 
 THE THESIS WORK WILL BE EVALUATED BY BOTH INTERNAL AND EXTERNAL EXAMINERS FOR A MAXIMUM OF 100 MARKS. 

COMPREHENSION SEMESTEREIGHTH SEMESTERMV6812

OBJECTIVE

TO ENHANCE THE KNOWLEDGE ON THE SUBJECTS RELEVANT TO THE FUNCTIONING OF ENGINEER OFFICER ON BOARD SHIP

OUTCOME

AT THE END OF THE COURSE THE STUDENTS ARE EXPECTED TO HAVE KNOWLEDGE AND SKILLS REQUIRED TO PERFORM THE DUTIES OF ENGINEER OFFICER ON BOARD SHIPS. 

REFERENCE

ALL TEXT BOOKS ,REFERENCE BOOKS , MANUALS , OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS, JOURNALS, FAILURE REPORTS ETC., WHICH ARE RELEVANT FOR WATCH KEEPING, SHIPS OPERATION, MAINTENANCE, REPAIR AND REFITTING 

PROJECT GUIDE

 IT IS MANDATORY ON THE PART OF THE STUDENTS TO DO A PROJECT AND SUBMIT A REPORT CONTAINING NOT MORE THAN 100 PAGES. A PROJECT SHOULD BE UNDERTAKEN BY NOT EXCEEDING 4 STUDENTS IN A BATCH. 
 THE PROJECT CAN BE OF WORKING MODEL, PC BASED TRAINING MODULE AND THEORETICAL DESIGN AND ANALYSIS. THIS WILL BE EVALUATED BY BOTH INTERNAL AND EXTERNAL EXAMINERS. 
 THE PROJECTS WILL BE DONE IN THE EIGHTH SEMESTER AND WILL BE REVIEWED THREE TIMES BY PROJECT GUIDE AND HOD. THE INTERNAL MARK OF 100, FOR THIS WILL BE ALLOTTED BY THE GUIDE. 
 THE THESIS WORK WILL BE EVALUATED BY BOTH INTERNAL AND EXTERNAL EXAMINERS FOR A MAXIMUM OF 100 MARKS. 

PRODUCTION

DEGREE IN PRODUCTION ENGINEERING

DESIGN AND FABRICATION PROJECTSEMESTERSEVENTH SEMESTERPR6712

OBJECTIVE

THE MAIN OBJECTIVE IS TO GIVE AN OPPORTUNITY TO THE STUDENT TO GET HANDS ON TRAINING IN THE FABRICATION OF ONE OR MORE COMPONENTS OF A COMPLETE WORKING MODEL, WHICH IS DESIGNED BY THEM.

OUTCOME

 USE OF DESIGN PRINCIPLES AND DEVELOP CONCEPTUAL AND ENGINEERING DESIGN OF ANY COMPONENTS.
 ABILITY TO FABRICATE ANY COMPONENTS USING DIFFERENT MANUFACTURING TOOLS.

PROJECT GUIDE

THE STUDENTS MAY BE GROUPED INTO 2 TO 4 AND WORK UNDER A PROJECT SUPERVISOR. THE DEVICE/SYSTEM/COMPONENT(S) TO BE FABRICATED MAY BE DECIDED IN CONSULTATION WITH THE SUPERVISOR AND IF POSSIBLE WITH AN INDUSTRY. A PROJECT REPORT TO BE SUBMITTED BY THE GROUP AND THE FABRICATED MODEL, WHICH WILL BE REVIEWED AND EVALUATED FOR INTERNAL ASSESSMENT BY A COMMITTEE CONSTITUTED BY THE HEAD OF THE DEPARTMENT. AT THE END OF THE SEMESTER EXAMINATION THE PROJECT WORK IS EVALUATED BASED ON ORAL PRESENTATION AND THE PROJECT REPORT JOINTLY BY EXTERNAL AND INTERNAL EXAMINERS CONSTITUTED BY THE HEAD OF THE DEPARTMENT.

COMPREHENSIONSEMESTEREIGHTH SEMESTERPR6811

OBJECTIVE

TO ENCOURAGE THE STUDENTS TO COMPREHEND THE KNOWLEDGE ACQUIRED FROM THE FIRST SEMESTER TO SIXTH SEMESTER OF B.E DEGREE COURSE THROUGH PERIODIC EXERCISE.

PROJECT GUIDE

THE STUDENTS WILL BE ASSESSED 100% INTERNALLY THROUGH WEEKLY TEST WITH OBJECTIVE TYPE QUESTIONS ON ALL THE SUBJECT RELATED TOPICS

OUTCOME

ABILITY TO UNDERSTAND AND COMPREHEND ANY GIVEN PROBLEM RELATED TO MECHANICAL ENGINEERING FIELD.

PROJECT WORKSEMESTEREIGHTH SEMESTERPR6812

OBJECTIVE

TO DEVELOP THE ABILITY TO SOLVE A SPECIFIC PROBLEM RIGHT FROM ITS IDENTIFICATION AND LITERATURE REVIEW TILL THE SUCCESSFUL SOLUTION OF THE SAME. TO TRAIN THE STUDENTS IN PREPARING PROJECT REPORTS AND TO FACE REVIEWS AND VIVA VOCE EXAMINATION

OUTCOME

ON COMPLETION OF THE PROJECT WORK STUDENTS WILL BE IN A POSITION TO TAKE UP ANY CHALLENGING PRACTICAL PROBLEMS AND FIND SOLUTION BY FORMULATING PROPER METHODOLOGY.

PROJECT GUIDE

THE STUDENTS IN A GROUP OF 3 TO 4 WORKS ON A TOPIC APPROVED BY THE HEAD OF THE DEPARTMENT UNDER THE GUIDANCE OF A FACULTY MEMBER AND PREPARES A COMPREHENSIVE PROJECT REPORT AFTER COMPLETING THE WORK TO THE SATISFACTION OF THE SUPERVISOR. THE PROGRESS OF THE PROJECT IS EVALUATED BASED ON A MINIMUM OF THREE REVIEWS. THE REVIEW COMMITTEE MAY BE CONSTITUTED BY THE HEAD OF THE DEPARTMENT. A PROJECT REPORT IS REQUIRED AT THE END OF THE SEMESTER. THE PROJECT WORK IS EVALUATED BASED ON ORAL PRESENTATION AND THE PROJECT REPORT JOINTLY BY EXTERNAL AND INTERNAL EXAMINERS CONSTITUTED BY THE HEAD OF THE DEPARTMENT.

MECHATRONICS

DEGREE IN MECHATRONICS ENGINEERING

DESIGN AND FABRICATION PROJECTSEMESTERSEVENTH SEMESTERMT6713

OBJECTIVE

THE MAIN OBJECTIVE IS TO GIVE AN OPPORTUNITY TO THE STUDENT TO GET HANDS ON TRAINING IN THE FABRICATION OF ONE OR MORE COMPONENTS OF A COMPLETE WORKING MODEL, WHICH IS DESIGNED BY THEM.

OUTCOME

ABILITY TO UNDERSTAND AND COMPREHEND ANY GIVEN PROBLEM RELATED TO MECHANICAL ENGINEERING FIELD.

PROJECT GUIDE

THE STUDENTS MAY BE GROUPED INTO 2 TO 4 AND WORK UNDER A PROJECT SUPERVISOR. THE DEVICE/
SYSTEM/COMPONENT(S) TO BE FABRICATED MAY BE DECIDED IN CONSULTATION WITH THE SUPERVISOR AND IF POSSIBLE WITH AN INDUSTRY. A PROJECT REPORT TO BE SUBMITTED BY THE GROUP AND THE FABRICATED MODEL, WHICH WILL BE REVIEWED AND EVALUATED FOR INTERNAL ASSESSMENT BY A COMMITTEE CONSTITUTED BY THE HEAD OF THE DEPARTMENT. AT THE END OF THE SEMESTER EXAMINATION THE PROJECT WORK IS EVALUATED BASED ON ORAL PRESENTATION AND THE PROJECT REPORT JOINTLY BY EXTERNAL AND INTERNAL EXAMINERS CONSTITUTED BY THE HEAD OF THE DEPARTMENT.

PROJECT WORKSEMESTEREIGHTH SEMESTERMT6811

OBJECTIVE

TO DEVELOP THE ABILITY TO SOLVE A SPECIFIC PROBLEM RIGHT FROM ITS IDENTIFICATION AND LITERATURE REVIEW TILL THE SUCCESSFUL SOLUTION OF THE SAME. TO TRAIN THE STUDENTS IN PREPARING PROJECT REPORTS AND TO FACE REVIEWS AND VIVA VOCE EXAMINATION.

OUTCOME

ON COMPLETION OF THE PROJECT WORK STUDENTS WILL BE IN A POSITION TO TAKE UP ANY CHALLENGING PRACTICAL PROBLEMS AND FIND SOLUTION BY FORMULATING PROPER METHODOLOGY.

PROJECT GUIDE

THE STUDENTS IN A GROUP OF 3 TO 4 WORKS ON A TOPIC APPROVED BY THE HEAD OF THE DEPARTMENT UNDER THE GUIDANCE OF A FACULTY MEMBER AND PREPARES A COMPREHENSIVE PROJECT REPORT AFTER COMPLETING THE WORK TO THE SATISFACTION OF THE SUPERVISOR. THE PROGRESS OF THE PROJECT IS EVALUATED BASED ON A MINIMUM OF THREE REVIEWS. THE REVIEW COMMITTEE MAY BE CONSTITUTED BY THE HEAD OF THE DEPARTMENT. A PROJECT REPORT IS REQUIRED AT THE END OF THE SEMESTER. THE PROJECT WORK IS EVALUATED BASED ON ORAL PRESENTATION AND THE PROJECT REPORT JOINTLY BY EXTERNAL AND INTERNAL EXAMINERS CONSTITUTED BY THE HEAD OF THE DEPARTMENT.

MECHANICAL & AUTOMATION

DEGREE IN MECHANICAL & AUTOMATION ENGINEERING

COMPREHENSIONSEMESTERSEVENTH SEMESTERAN6711

OBJECTIVE

TO ENCOURAGE THE STUDENTS TO COMPREHEND THE KNOWLEDGE ACQUIRED FROM THE FIRST SEMESTER TO SIXTH SEMESTER OF B.E DEGREE COURSE THROUGH PERIODIC EXERCISE.

OUTCOME

ABILITY TO UNDERSTAND AND COMPREHEND ANY GIVEN PROBLEM RELATED TO MECHANICAL ENGINEERING FIELD.

PROJECT GUIDE

THE STUDENTS WILL BE ASSESSED 100% INTERNALLY THROUGH WEEKLY TEST WITH OBJECTIVE TYPE QUESTIONS ON ALL THE SUBJECT RELATED TOPICS

PROJECT WORKSEMESTEREIGHTH SEMESTERAN6811

ÒBJECTIVE

TO DEVELOP THE ABILITY TO SOLVE A SPECIFIC PROBLEM RIGHT FROM ITS IDENTIFICATION AND LITERATURE REVIEW TILL THE SUCCESSFUL SOLUTION OF THE SAME. TO TRAIN THE STUDENTS IN PREPARING PROJECT REPORTS AND TO FACE REVIEWS AND VIVA VOCE EXAMINATION.

OUTCOME

ON COMPLETION OF THE PROJECT WORK STUDENTS WILL BE IN A POSITION TO TAKE UP ANY CHALLENGING PRACTICAL PROBLEMS AND FIND SOLUTION BY FORMULATING PROPER METHODOLOGY.

PROJECT GUIDE

THE STUDENTS IN A GROUP OF 3 TO 4 WORKS ON A TOPIC APPROVED BY THE HEAD OF THE DEPARTMENT UNDER THE GUIDANCE OF A FACULTY MEMBER AND PREPARES A COMPREHENSIVE PROJECT REPORT AFTER COMPLETING THE WORK TO THE SATISFACTION OF THE SUPERVISOR. THE PROGRESS OF THE PROJECT IS EVALUATED BASED ON A
MINIMUM OF THREE REVIEWS. THE REVIEW COMMITTEE MAY BE CONSTITUTED BY THE HEAD OF THE DEPARTMENT. A PROJECT REPORT IS REQUIRED AT THE END OF THE SEMESTER. THE PROJECT WORK IS EVALUATED BASED ON ORAL PRESENTATION AND THE PROJECT REPORT JOINTLY BY EXTERNAL AND INTERNAL EXAMINERS CONSTITUTED BY THE HEAD OF THE DEPARTMENT.

MECHANICAL SANDWICH

DEGREE IN MECHANICAL ENGINEERING (SANDWICH)

DESIGN AND FABRICATION PROJECTSEMESTERNINTH SEMESTERMS6911
PROJECT WORKSEMESTERTENTH SEMESTERMS6111

OBJECTIVE

THE MAIN OBJECTIVE IS TO GIVE AN OPPORTUNITY TO THE STUDENT TO GET HANDS ON TRAINING IN THE FABRICATION OF ONE OR MORE COMPONENTS OF A COMPLETE WORKING MODEL, WHICH IS DESIGNED BY THEM.

OUTCOME

 USE OF DESIGN PRINCIPLES AND DEVELOP CONCEPTUAL AND ENGINEERING DESIGN OF ANY COMPONENTS.
 ABILITY TO FABRICATE ANY COMPONENTS USING DIFFERENT MANUFACTURING TOOLS.

PROJECT GUIDE

THE STUDENTS MAY BE GROUPED INTO 2 TO 4 AND WORK UNDER A PROJECT SUPERVISOR. THE DEVICE/SYSTEM/COMPONENT(S) TO BE FABRICATED MAY BE DECIDED IN CONSULTATION WITH THE SUPERVISOR AND IF POSSIBLE WITH AN INDUSTRY. A PROJECT REPORT TO BE SUBMITTED BY THE GROUP AND THE FABRICATED MODEL,
WHICH WILL BE REVIEWED AND EVALUATED FOR INTERNAL ASSESSMENT BY A COMMITTEE CONSTITUTED BY THE HEAD OF THE DEPARTMENT. AT THE END OF THE SEMESTER EXAMINATION THE PROJECT WORK IS EVALUATED BASED ON ORAL PRESENTATION AND THE PROJECT REPORT JOINTLY BY EXTERNAL AND INTERNAL EXAMINERS CONSTITUTED BY
THE HEAD OF THE DEPARTMENT.

ROBOTICS AND AUTOMATION

DEGREE IN ROBOTICS AND AUTOMATION

DESIGN AND FABRICATION PROJECTSEMESTERSEVENTH SEMESTERRO6713

OBJECTIVE

THE MAIN OBJECTIVE IS TO GIVE AN OPPORTUNITY TO THE STUDENT TO GET HANDS ON TRAINING IN THE FABRICATION OF ONE OR MORE COMPONENTS OF A COMPLETE WORKING MODEL, WHICH IS DESIGNED BY THEM. 

OUTCOME

 USE OF DESIGN PRINCIPLES AND DEVELOP CONCEPTUAL AND ENGINEERING DESIGN OF ANY COMPONENTS. 
 ABILITY TO FABRICATE ANY COMPONENTS USING DIFFERENT MANUFACTURING TOOLS 

PROJECT GUIDE

THE STUDENTS MAY BE GROUPED INTO 2 TO 4 AND WORK UNDER A PROJECT SUPERVISOR. THE DEVICE/ SYSTEM/COMPONENT(S) TO BE FABRICATED MAY BE DECIDED IN CONSULTATION WITH THE SUPERVISOR AND IF POSSIBLE WITH AN INDUSTRY. A PROJECT REPORT TO BE SUBMITTED BY THE GROUP AND THE FABRICATED MODEL, WHICH WILL BE REVIEWED AND EVALUATED FOR INTERNAL ASSESSMENT BY A COMMITTEE CONSTITUTED BY THE HEAD OF THE DEPARTMENT. AT THE END OF THE SEMESTER EXAMINATION THE PROJECT WORK IS EVALUATED BASED ON ORAL PRESENTATION AND THE PROJECT REPORT JOINTLY BY EXTERNAL AND INTERNAL EXAMINERS CONSTITUTED BY THE HEAD OF THE DEPARTMENT. 

PROJECT WORKSEMESTEREIGHTH SEMESTERRO6811

OBJECTIVE

TO DEVELOP THE ABILITY TO SOLVE A SPECIFIC PROBLEM RIGHT FROM ITS IDENTIFICATION AND LITERATURE REVIEW TILL THE SUCCESSFUL SOLUTION OF THE SAME. TO TRAIN THE STUDENTS IN PREPARING PROJECT REPORTS AND TO FACE REVIEWS AND VIVA VOCE EXAMINATION. 

OUTCOME

ON COMPLETION OF THE PROJECT WORK STUDENTS WILL BE IN A POSITION TO TAKE UP ANY CHALLENGING PRACTICAL PROBLEMS AND FIND SOLUTION BY FORMULATING PROPER METHODOLOGY. 

PROJECT GUIDE

THE STUDENTS IN A GROUP OF 3 TO 4 WORKS ON A TOPIC APPROVED BY THE HEAD OF THE DEPARTMENT UNDER THE GUIDANCE OF A FACULTY MEMBER AND PREPARES A COMPREHENSIVE PROJECT REPORT AFTER COMPLETING THE WORK TO THE SATISFACTION OF THE SUPERVISOR. THE PROGRESS OF THE PROJECT IS EVALUATED BASED ON A MINIMUM OF THREE REVIEWS. THE REVIEW COMMITTEE MAY BE CONSTITUTED BY THE HEAD OF THE DEPARTMENT. A PROJECT REPORT IS REQUIRED AT THE END OF THE SEMESTER. THE PROJECT WORK IS EVALUATED BASED ON ORAL PRESENTATION AND THE PROJECT REPORT JOINTLY BY EXTERNAL AND INTERNAL EXAMINERS CONSTITUTED BY THE HEAD OF THE DEPARTMENT. 

AGRICULTURE

DEGREE IN AGRICULTURE ENGINEERING

DESIGN PROJECTSEMESTERSEVENTH SEMESTERAI6713

OBJECTIVE

TO USE THE KNOWLEDGE ACQUIRED IN AGRICULTURAL ENGINEERING TO DO A MINI PROJECT, WHICH ALLOWS THE STUDENTS TO COME UP WITH DESIGNS, FABRICATION OR ALGORITHMS AND PROGRAMS EXPRESSING THEIR IDEAS IN A NOVEL WAY.

PROJECT GUIDE

IDENTIFY A TOPIC OF INTEREST IN CONSULTATION WITH FACULTY/SUPERVISOR. REVIEW THE LITERATURE AND GATHER
INFORMATION PERTAINING TO THE CHOSEN TOPIC. STATE THE OBJECTIVES AND DEVELOP A METHODOLOGY TO
ACHIEVE THE OBJECTIVES. CARRYOUT THE DESIGN / FABRICATION OR DEVELOP COMPUTER CODE / APP.
DEMONSTRATE THE NOVELTY OF THE PROJECT THROUGH THE RESULTS AND OUTPUTS.

PROJECT WORKSEMESTEREIGHTH SEMESTERAI6811

OBJECTIVE

TO DEVELOP THE ABILITY TO SOLVE A SPECIFIC PROBLEM RIGHT FROM ITS IDENTIFICATION AND LITERATURE REVIEW TILL THE SUCCESSFUL SOLUTION OF THE SAME. TO TRAIN THE STUDENTS IN PREPARING PROJECT REPORTS AND TO FACE REVIEWS AND VIVA VOCE EXAMINATION

OUTCOME

ON COMPLETION OF THE PROJECT WORK, STUDENTS WILL BE IN A POSITION TO TAKE UP ANY CHALLENGING PRACTICAL PROBLEM AND FIND SOLUTION BY FORMULATING PROPER METHODOLOGY

PROJECT GUIDE

STUDENTS IN A GROUP OF 3 OR 4 SHALL WORK ON A TOPIC APPROVED BY THE HEAD OF THE DEPARTMENT UNDER THE GUIDANCE OF A FACULTY MEMBER AND PREPARE A COMPREHENSIVE PROJECT REPORT AFTER COMPLETING THE WORK TO THE SATISFACTION OF THE SUPERVISOR. THE PROGRESS OF THE PROJECT IS EVALUATED BASED ON THREE
REVIEWS BY THE REVIEW COMMITTEE CONSTITUTED BY THE HEAD OF THE DEPARTMENT. THE PROJECT WORK IS EVALUATED BASED ON ORAL PRESENTATION AND THE FINAL PROJECT REPORT JOINTLY BY A TEAM OF EXAMINERS INCLUDING ONE EXTERNAL EXAMINER.

ENGINEERING
UNIVERSITY
AUTOMOBILE
AERONAUTICAL
MARINE
PRODUCTION
MECHATRONICS
MECHANICAL & AUTOMATION
MECHANICAL SANDWICH
ROBOTICS AND AUTOMATION
AGRICULTURE
ENGINEERING

DEGREE IN MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

SEMESTER

SEMESTER

VII SEMESTER

VIII SEMESTER

PROJ-ME 403(PROJECT III)

PROJ-ME 404 (PROJECT IV)

OBJECTIVE

IT IS INTENDED TO START THE PROJECT WORK EARLY IN THE SEVENTH SEMESTER AND CARRY OUT BOTH DESIGN AND FABRICATION OF A MECHANICAL DEVICE WHOSE WORKING CAN BE DEMONSTRATED. THE DESIGN IS EXPECTED TO BE COMPLETED IN THE SEVENTH SEMESTER AND THE FABRICATION AND DEMONSTRATION WILL BE CARRIED OUT IN THE EIGHTH SEMESTER.

UNIVERSITY

DEGREE IN MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

INDUSTRIAL PROJECT

SIXTH SEMESTER

ME9406

AIM OF THE PROJECT

TO IMPART THE KNOWLEDGE INVOLVED IN CONCEPTUAL DESIGN, PREPARATION OF ROUTE / SCHEDULE SHEETS AND THE FABRICATION

SEMESTER

SEVENTH SEMESTER

ME9451

AIM OF THE PROJECT

TO APPLY THE KNOWLEDGE GAINED FROM THEORETICAL AND PRACTICAL COURSES IN SOLVING A PROBLEM SO AS TO ENCOURAGE STUDENTS’ CREATIVITY, PLANNING, COORDINATION ETC.

THE MAIN OBJECTIVE IS TO GIVE AN OPPORTUNITY TO THE STUDENT TO GET HANDS ON TRAINING IN THE FABRICATION OF ONE OR MORE COMPONENTS OF A COMPLETE WORKING MODEL, WHICH IS DESIGNED BY THEM. THE STUDENTS MAY BE GROUPED INTO 2 TO 4 AND WORK UNDER A PROJECT SUPERVISOR. THE DEVICE/SYSTEM/COMPONENT(S) TO BE FABRICATED MAY BE DECIDED IN CONSULTATION WITH THE SUPERVISOR AND IF POSSIBLE WITH AN INDUSTRY. A PROJECT REPORT TO BE SUBMITTED BY THE GROUP, WHICH WILL BE EVALUATED BY A COMMITTEE WHICH WILL BE CONSTITUTED BY THE HEAD OF THE DEPARTMENT.

A PROJECT TOPIC MAY BE SELECTED EITHER FROM PUBLISHED LISTS OR FROM THE CREATIVE IDEAS OF THE STUDENTS THEMSELVES IN CONSULTATION WITH THEIR GUIDES. THE AIM OF THE PROJECT WORK IS TO DEEPEN THE COMPREHENSION OF PRINCIPLES BY APPLYING THEM TO A NEW PROBLEM WHICH MAY BE THE DESIGN AND MANUFACTURE OF A DEVICE, A RESEARCH INVESTIGATION, A COMPUTER OR MANAGEMENT PROJECT OR A DESIGN PROBLEM. THE PROGRESS OF THE PROJECT IS EVALUATED BASED ON A MINIMUM OF THREE REVIEWS. THE REVIEW COMMITTEE MAY BE CONSTITUTED BY THE HEAD OF THE DEPARTMENT. A PROJECT REPORT IS REQUIRED AT THE END OF THE SEMESTER. THE PROJECT WORK IS EVALUATED BASED ON ORAL PRESENTATION AND THE PROJECT REPORT JOINTLY BY EXTERNAL AND INTERNAL EXAMINERS CONSTITUTED BY THE HEAD OF THE DEPARTMENT 

AUTOMOBILE

DEGREE IN AUTOMOBILE ENGINEERING

SEMESTER

EIGHTH SEMESTER

AT6811/PR6812

OBJECTIVE

TO DEVELOP THE ABILITY TO SOLVE A SPECIFIC PROBLEM RIGHT FROM ITS IDENTIFICATION AND LITERATURE REVIEW TILL THE SUCCESSFUL SOLUTION OF THE SAME. TO TRAIN THE STUDENTS IN PREPARING PROJECT REPORTS AND TO FACE REVIEWS AND VIVA VOCE EXAMINATION.

PROJECT GUIDE

THE STUDENTS IN A GROUP OF 3 TO 4 WORKS ON A TOPIC APPROVED BY THE HEAD OF THE DEPARTMENT UNDER THE GUIDANCE OF A FACULTY MEMBER AND PREPARES A COMPREHENSIVE PROJECT REPORT AFTER COMPLETING THE WORK TO THE SATISFACTION OF THE SUPERVISOR. THE PROGRESS OF THE PROJECT IS EVALUATED BASED ON A MINIMUM OF THREE REVIEWS. THE REVIEW COMMITTEE MAY BE CONSTITUTED BY THE HEAD OF THE DEPARTMENT. A PROJECT REPORT IS REQUIRED AT THE END OF THE SEMESTER. THE PROJECT WORK IS EVALUATED BASED ON ORAL PRESENTATION AND THE PROJECT REPORT JOINTLY BY EXTERNAL AND INTERNAL EXAMINERS CONSTITUTED BY THE HEAD OF THE DEPARTMENT

AERONAUTICAL

DEGREE IN AERONAUTICAL ENGINEERING

SEMESTER

EIGHTH SEMESTER

AT6811

OBJECTIVE

TO DEVELOP THE ABILITY TO SOLVE A SPECIFIC PROBLEM RIGHT FROM ITS IDENTIFICATION AND LITERATURE REVIEW TILL THE SUCCESSFUL SOLUTION OF THE SAME. TO TRAIN THE STUDENTS IN PREPARING PROJECT REPORTS AND TO FACE REVIEWS AND VIVA VOCE EXAMINATION.

OUTCOME

ON COMPLETION OF THE PROJECT WORK STUDENTS WILL BE IN A POSITION TO TAKE UP ANY CHALLENGING PRACTICAL PROBLEMS AND FIND SOLUTION BY FORMULATING PROPER METHODOLOGY.

PROJECT GUIDE

THE STUDENTS IN A GROUP OF 3 TO 4 WORKS ON A TOPIC APPROVED BY THE HEAD OF THE DEPARTMENT UNDER THE GUIDANCE OF A FACULTY MEMBER AND PREPARES A COMPREHENSIVE PROJECT REPORT AFTER COMPLETING THE WORK TO THE SATISFACTION OF THE SUPERVISOR. THE PROGRESS OF THE PROJECT IS EVALUATED BASED ON A MINIMUM OF THREE REVIEWS. THE REVIEW COMMITTEE MAY BE CONSTITUTED BY THE HEAD OF THE DEPARTMENT. A PROJECT REPORT IS REQUIRED AT THE END OF THE SEMESTER. THE PROJECT WORK IS EVALUATED BASED ON ORAL PRESENTATION AND THE PROJECT REPORT JOINTLY BY EXTERNAL AND INTERNAL EXAMINERS CONSTITUTED BY THE HEAD OF THE DEPARTMENT.

MARINE

DEGREE IN MARINE ENGINEERING

PROJECT WORK, TECHNICAL PAPER AND VIVA VOCE SEMESTEREIGHTH SEMESTERMV6811

OBJWCTIVE

TO DEVELOP KNOWLEDGE AND SKILL IN DESIGNING AND FABRICATING A COMPLETE ENGINEERING SYSTEMS/MACHINES /EQUIPMENT AND DO EXPERIMENTS. TO ENHANCE THE ABILITY OF STUDENTS TO ANALYSE AND CONCLUDE FROM THE EXPERIMENTAL DATA OBTAINED 

OUTCOME

ON COMPLETION OF THE PROJECT WORK, THE STUDENTS WOULD HAVE THE ABILITY TO 
1. DESIGN AND FABRICATE ANY MACHINERY/EQUIPMENT/COMPONENTS 
2. CONDUCT EXPERIMENTS 
3. PROVIDE ALTERNATIVE SOLUTIONS TO THE MALFUNCTIONING/FAULTY EQUIPMENTS. 

REFERENCE

BOOKS AND MANUALS ON DESIGN,FABRICATION,CONTROL WHICH ARE RELEVANT FOR THE TOPIC CHOSEN 

PROJECT GUIDE

 IT IS MANDATORY ON THE PART OF THE STUDENTS TO DO A PROJECT AND SUBMIT A REPORT CONTAINING NOT MORE THAN 100 PAGES. A PROJECT SHOULD BE UNDERTAKEN BY NOT EXCEEDING 4 STUDENTS IN A BATCH. 
 THE PROJECT CAN BE OF WORKING MODEL, PC BASED TRAINING MODULE AND THEORETICAL DESIGN AND ANALYSIS. THIS WILL BE EVALUATED BY BOTH INTERNAL AND EXTERNAL EXAMINERS. 
 THE PROJECTS WILL BE DONE IN THE EIGHTH SEMESTER AND WILL BE REVIEWED THREE TIMES BY PROJECT GUIDE AND HOD. THE INTERNAL MARK OF 100, FOR THIS WILL BE ALLOTTED BY THE GUIDE. 
 THE THESIS WORK WILL BE EVALUATED BY BOTH INTERNAL AND EXTERNAL EXAMINERS FOR A MAXIMUM OF 100 MARKS. 

COMPREHENSION SEMESTEREIGHTH SEMESTERMV6812

OBJECTIVE

TO ENHANCE THE KNOWLEDGE ON THE SUBJECTS RELEVANT TO THE FUNCTIONING OF ENGINEER OFFICER ON BOARD SHIP

OUTCOME

AT THE END OF THE COURSE THE STUDENTS ARE EXPECTED TO HAVE KNOWLEDGE AND SKILLS REQUIRED TO PERFORM THE DUTIES OF ENGINEER OFFICER ON BOARD SHIPS. 

REFERENCE

ALL TEXT BOOKS ,REFERENCE BOOKS , MANUALS , OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS, JOURNALS, FAILURE REPORTS ETC., WHICH ARE RELEVANT FOR WATCH KEEPING, SHIPS OPERATION, MAINTENANCE, REPAIR AND REFITTING 

PROJECT GUIDE

 IT IS MANDATORY ON THE PART OF THE STUDENTS TO DO A PROJECT AND SUBMIT A REPORT CONTAINING NOT MORE THAN 100 PAGES. A PROJECT SHOULD BE UNDERTAKEN BY NOT EXCEEDING 4 STUDENTS IN A BATCH. 
 THE PROJECT CAN BE OF WORKING MODEL, PC BASED TRAINING MODULE AND THEORETICAL DESIGN AND ANALYSIS. THIS WILL BE EVALUATED BY BOTH INTERNAL AND EXTERNAL EXAMINERS. 
 THE PROJECTS WILL BE DONE IN THE EIGHTH SEMESTER AND WILL BE REVIEWED THREE TIMES BY PROJECT GUIDE AND HOD. THE INTERNAL MARK OF 100, FOR THIS WILL BE ALLOTTED BY THE GUIDE. 
 THE THESIS WORK WILL BE EVALUATED BY BOTH INTERNAL AND EXTERNAL EXAMINERS FOR A MAXIMUM OF 100 MARKS. 

PRODUCTION

DEGREE IN PRODUCTION ENGINEERING

DESIGN AND FABRICATION PROJECTSEMESTERSEVENTH SEMESTERPR6712

OBJECTIVE

THE MAIN OBJECTIVE IS TO GIVE AN OPPORTUNITY TO THE STUDENT TO GET HANDS ON TRAINING IN THE FABRICATION OF ONE OR MORE COMPONENTS OF A COMPLETE WORKING MODEL, WHICH IS DESIGNED BY THEM.

OUTCOME

 USE OF DESIGN PRINCIPLES AND DEVELOP CONCEPTUAL AND ENGINEERING DESIGN OF ANY COMPONENTS.
 ABILITY TO FABRICATE ANY COMPONENTS USING DIFFERENT MANUFACTURING TOOLS.

PROJECT GUIDE

THE STUDENTS MAY BE GROUPED INTO 2 TO 4 AND WORK UNDER A PROJECT SUPERVISOR. THE DEVICE/SYSTEM/COMPONENT(S) TO BE FABRICATED MAY BE DECIDED IN CONSULTATION WITH THE SUPERVISOR AND IF POSSIBLE WITH AN INDUSTRY. A PROJECT REPORT TO BE SUBMITTED BY THE GROUP AND THE FABRICATED MODEL, WHICH WILL BE REVIEWED AND EVALUATED FOR INTERNAL ASSESSMENT BY A COMMITTEE CONSTITUTED BY THE HEAD OF THE DEPARTMENT. AT THE END OF THE SEMESTER EXAMINATION THE PROJECT WORK IS EVALUATED BASED ON ORAL PRESENTATION AND THE PROJECT REPORT JOINTLY BY EXTERNAL AND INTERNAL EXAMINERS CONSTITUTED BY THE HEAD OF THE DEPARTMENT.

COMPREHENSIONSEMESTEREIGHTH SEMESTERPR6811

OBJECTIVE

TO ENCOURAGE THE STUDENTS TO COMPREHEND THE KNOWLEDGE ACQUIRED FROM THE FIRST SEMESTER TO SIXTH SEMESTER OF B.E DEGREE COURSE THROUGH PERIODIC EXERCISE.

PROJECT GUIDE

THE STUDENTS WILL BE ASSESSED 100% INTERNALLY THROUGH WEEKLY TEST WITH OBJECTIVE TYPE QUESTIONS ON ALL THE SUBJECT RELATED TOPICS

OUTCOME

ABILITY TO UNDERSTAND AND COMPREHEND ANY GIVEN PROBLEM RELATED TO MECHANICAL ENGINEERING FIELD.

PROJECT WORKSEMESTEREIGHTH SEMESTERPR6812

OBJECTIVE

TO DEVELOP THE ABILITY TO SOLVE A SPECIFIC PROBLEM RIGHT FROM ITS IDENTIFICATION AND LITERATURE REVIEW TILL THE SUCCESSFUL SOLUTION OF THE SAME. TO TRAIN THE STUDENTS IN PREPARING PROJECT REPORTS AND TO FACE REVIEWS AND VIVA VOCE EXAMINATION

OUTCOME

ON COMPLETION OF THE PROJECT WORK STUDENTS WILL BE IN A POSITION TO TAKE UP ANY CHALLENGING PRACTICAL PROBLEMS AND FIND SOLUTION BY FORMULATING PROPER METHODOLOGY.

PROJECT GUIDE

THE STUDENTS IN A GROUP OF 3 TO 4 WORKS ON A TOPIC APPROVED BY THE HEAD OF THE DEPARTMENT UNDER THE GUIDANCE OF A FACULTY MEMBER AND PREPARES A COMPREHENSIVE PROJECT REPORT AFTER COMPLETING THE WORK TO THE SATISFACTION OF THE SUPERVISOR. THE PROGRESS OF THE PROJECT IS EVALUATED BASED ON A MINIMUM OF THREE REVIEWS. THE REVIEW COMMITTEE MAY BE CONSTITUTED BY THE HEAD OF THE DEPARTMENT. A PROJECT REPORT IS REQUIRED AT THE END OF THE SEMESTER. THE PROJECT WORK IS EVALUATED BASED ON ORAL PRESENTATION AND THE PROJECT REPORT JOINTLY BY EXTERNAL AND INTERNAL EXAMINERS CONSTITUTED BY THE HEAD OF THE DEPARTMENT.

MECHATRONICS

DEGREE IN MECHATRONICS ENGINEERING

DESIGN AND FABRICATION PROJECTSEMESTERSEVENTH SEMESTERMT6713

OBJECTIVE

THE MAIN OBJECTIVE IS TO GIVE AN OPPORTUNITY TO THE STUDENT TO GET HANDS ON TRAINING IN THE FABRICATION OF ONE OR MORE COMPONENTS OF A COMPLETE WORKING MODEL, WHICH IS DESIGNED BY THEM.

OUTCOME

ABILITY TO UNDERSTAND AND COMPREHEND ANY GIVEN PROBLEM RELATED TO MECHANICAL ENGINEERING FIELD.

PROJECT GUIDE

THE STUDENTS MAY BE GROUPED INTO 2 TO 4 AND WORK UNDER A PROJECT SUPERVISOR. THE DEVICE/
SYSTEM/COMPONENT(S) TO BE FABRICATED MAY BE DECIDED IN CONSULTATION WITH THE SUPERVISOR AND IF POSSIBLE WITH AN INDUSTRY. A PROJECT REPORT TO BE SUBMITTED BY THE GROUP AND THE FABRICATED MODEL, WHICH WILL BE REVIEWED AND EVALUATED FOR INTERNAL ASSESSMENT BY A COMMITTEE CONSTITUTED BY THE HEAD OF THE DEPARTMENT. AT THE END OF THE SEMESTER EXAMINATION THE PROJECT WORK IS EVALUATED BASED ON ORAL PRESENTATION AND THE PROJECT REPORT JOINTLY BY EXTERNAL AND INTERNAL EXAMINERS CONSTITUTED BY THE HEAD OF THE DEPARTMENT.

PROJECT WORKSEMESTEREIGHTH SEMESTERMT6811

OBJECTIVE

TO DEVELOP THE ABILITY TO SOLVE A SPECIFIC PROBLEM RIGHT FROM ITS IDENTIFICATION AND LITERATURE REVIEW TILL THE SUCCESSFUL SOLUTION OF THE SAME. TO TRAIN THE STUDENTS IN PREPARING PROJECT REPORTS AND TO FACE REVIEWS AND VIVA VOCE EXAMINATION.

OUTCOME

ON COMPLETION OF THE PROJECT WORK STUDENTS WILL BE IN A POSITION TO TAKE UP ANY CHALLENGING PRACTICAL PROBLEMS AND FIND SOLUTION BY FORMULATING PROPER METHODOLOGY.

PROJECT GUIDE

THE STUDENTS IN A GROUP OF 3 TO 4 WORKS ON A TOPIC APPROVED BY THE HEAD OF THE DEPARTMENT UNDER THE GUIDANCE OF A FACULTY MEMBER AND PREPARES A COMPREHENSIVE PROJECT REPORT AFTER COMPLETING THE WORK TO THE SATISFACTION OF THE SUPERVISOR. THE PROGRESS OF THE PROJECT IS EVALUATED BASED ON A MINIMUM OF THREE REVIEWS. THE REVIEW COMMITTEE MAY BE CONSTITUTED BY THE HEAD OF THE DEPARTMENT. A PROJECT REPORT IS REQUIRED AT THE END OF THE SEMESTER. THE PROJECT WORK IS EVALUATED BASED ON ORAL PRESENTATION AND THE PROJECT REPORT JOINTLY BY EXTERNAL AND INTERNAL EXAMINERS CONSTITUTED BY THE HEAD OF THE DEPARTMENT.

MECHANICAL & AUTOMATION

DEGREE IN MECHANICAL & AUTOMATION ENGINEERING

COMPREHENSIONSEMESTERSEVENTH SEMESTERAN6711

OBJECTIVE

TO ENCOURAGE THE STUDENTS TO COMPREHEND THE KNOWLEDGE ACQUIRED FROM THE FIRST SEMESTER TO SIXTH SEMESTER OF B.E DEGREE COURSE THROUGH PERIODIC EXERCISE.

OUTCOME

ABILITY TO UNDERSTAND AND COMPREHEND ANY GIVEN PROBLEM RELATED TO MECHANICAL ENGINEERING FIELD.

PROJECT GUIDE

THE STUDENTS WILL BE ASSESSED 100% INTERNALLY THROUGH WEEKLY TEST WITH OBJECTIVE TYPE QUESTIONS ON ALL THE SUBJECT RELATED TOPICS

PROJECT WORKSEMESTEREIGHTH SEMESTERAN6811

ÒBJECTIVE

TO DEVELOP THE ABILITY TO SOLVE A SPECIFIC PROBLEM RIGHT FROM ITS IDENTIFICATION AND LITERATURE REVIEW TILL THE SUCCESSFUL SOLUTION OF THE SAME. TO TRAIN THE STUDENTS IN PREPARING PROJECT REPORTS AND TO FACE REVIEWS AND VIVA VOCE EXAMINATION.

OUTCOME

ON COMPLETION OF THE PROJECT WORK STUDENTS WILL BE IN A POSITION TO TAKE UP ANY CHALLENGING PRACTICAL PROBLEMS AND FIND SOLUTION BY FORMULATING PROPER METHODOLOGY.

PROJECT GUIDE

THE STUDENTS IN A GROUP OF 3 TO 4 WORKS ON A TOPIC APPROVED BY THE HEAD OF THE DEPARTMENT UNDER THE GUIDANCE OF A FACULTY MEMBER AND PREPARES A COMPREHENSIVE PROJECT REPORT AFTER COMPLETING THE WORK TO THE SATISFACTION OF THE SUPERVISOR. THE PROGRESS OF THE PROJECT IS EVALUATED BASED ON A
MINIMUM OF THREE REVIEWS. THE REVIEW COMMITTEE MAY BE CONSTITUTED BY THE HEAD OF THE DEPARTMENT. A PROJECT REPORT IS REQUIRED AT THE END OF THE SEMESTER. THE PROJECT WORK IS EVALUATED BASED ON ORAL PRESENTATION AND THE PROJECT REPORT JOINTLY BY EXTERNAL AND INTERNAL EXAMINERS CONSTITUTED BY THE HEAD OF THE DEPARTMENT.

MECHANICAL SANDWICH

DEGREE IN MECHANICAL ENGINEERING (SANDWICH)

DESIGN AND FABRICATION PROJECTSEMESTERNINTH SEMESTERMS6911
PROJECT WORKSEMESTERTENTH SEMESTERMS6111

OBJECTIVE

THE MAIN OBJECTIVE IS TO GIVE AN OPPORTUNITY TO THE STUDENT TO GET HANDS ON TRAINING IN THE FABRICATION OF ONE OR MORE COMPONENTS OF A COMPLETE WORKING MODEL, WHICH IS DESIGNED BY THEM.

OUTCOME

 USE OF DESIGN PRINCIPLES AND DEVELOP CONCEPTUAL AND ENGINEERING DESIGN OF ANY COMPONENTS.
 ABILITY TO FABRICATE ANY COMPONENTS USING DIFFERENT MANUFACTURING TOOLS.

PROJECT GUIDE

THE STUDENTS MAY BE GROUPED INTO 2 TO 4 AND WORK UNDER A PROJECT SUPERVISOR. THE DEVICE/SYSTEM/COMPONENT(S) TO BE FABRICATED MAY BE DECIDED IN CONSULTATION WITH THE SUPERVISOR AND IF POSSIBLE WITH AN INDUSTRY. A PROJECT REPORT TO BE SUBMITTED BY THE GROUP AND THE FABRICATED MODEL,
WHICH WILL BE REVIEWED AND EVALUATED FOR INTERNAL ASSESSMENT BY A COMMITTEE CONSTITUTED BY THE HEAD OF THE DEPARTMENT. AT THE END OF THE SEMESTER EXAMINATION THE PROJECT WORK IS EVALUATED BASED ON ORAL PRESENTATION AND THE PROJECT REPORT JOINTLY BY EXTERNAL AND INTERNAL EXAMINERS CONSTITUTED BY
THE HEAD OF THE DEPARTMENT.

ROBOTICS AND AUTOMATION

DEGREE IN ROBOTICS AND AUTOMATION

DESIGN AND FABRICATION PROJECTSEMESTERSEVENTH SEMESTERRO6713

OBJECTIVE

THE MAIN OBJECTIVE IS TO GIVE AN OPPORTUNITY TO THE STUDENT TO GET HANDS ON TRAINING IN THE FABRICATION OF ONE OR MORE COMPONENTS OF A COMPLETE WORKING MODEL, WHICH IS DESIGNED BY THEM. 

OUTCOME

 USE OF DESIGN PRINCIPLES AND DEVELOP CONCEPTUAL AND ENGINEERING DESIGN OF ANY COMPONENTS. 
 ABILITY TO FABRICATE ANY COMPONENTS USING DIFFERENT MANUFACTURING TOOLS 

PROJECT GUIDE

THE STUDENTS MAY BE GROUPED INTO 2 TO 4 AND WORK UNDER A PROJECT SUPERVISOR. THE DEVICE/ SYSTEM/COMPONENT(S) TO BE FABRICATED MAY BE DECIDED IN CONSULTATION WITH THE SUPERVISOR AND IF POSSIBLE WITH AN INDUSTRY. A PROJECT REPORT TO BE SUBMITTED BY THE GROUP AND THE FABRICATED MODEL, WHICH WILL BE REVIEWED AND EVALUATED FOR INTERNAL ASSESSMENT BY A COMMITTEE CONSTITUTED BY THE HEAD OF THE DEPARTMENT. AT THE END OF THE SEMESTER EXAMINATION THE PROJECT WORK IS EVALUATED BASED ON ORAL PRESENTATION AND THE PROJECT REPORT JOINTLY BY EXTERNAL AND INTERNAL EXAMINERS CONSTITUTED BY THE HEAD OF THE DEPARTMENT. 

PROJECT WORKSEMESTEREIGHTH SEMESTERRO6811

OBJECTIVE

TO DEVELOP THE ABILITY TO SOLVE A SPECIFIC PROBLEM RIGHT FROM ITS IDENTIFICATION AND LITERATURE REVIEW TILL THE SUCCESSFUL SOLUTION OF THE SAME. TO TRAIN THE STUDENTS IN PREPARING PROJECT REPORTS AND TO FACE REVIEWS AND VIVA VOCE EXAMINATION. 

OUTCOME

ON COMPLETION OF THE PROJECT WORK STUDENTS WILL BE IN A POSITION TO TAKE UP ANY CHALLENGING PRACTICAL PROBLEMS AND FIND SOLUTION BY FORMULATING PROPER METHODOLOGY. 

PROJECT GUIDE

THE STUDENTS IN A GROUP OF 3 TO 4 WORKS ON A TOPIC APPROVED BY THE HEAD OF THE DEPARTMENT UNDER THE GUIDANCE OF A FACULTY MEMBER AND PREPARES A COMPREHENSIVE PROJECT REPORT AFTER COMPLETING THE WORK TO THE SATISFACTION OF THE SUPERVISOR. THE PROGRESS OF THE PROJECT IS EVALUATED BASED ON A MINIMUM OF THREE REVIEWS. THE REVIEW COMMITTEE MAY BE CONSTITUTED BY THE HEAD OF THE DEPARTMENT. A PROJECT REPORT IS REQUIRED AT THE END OF THE SEMESTER. THE PROJECT WORK IS EVALUATED BASED ON ORAL PRESENTATION AND THE PROJECT REPORT JOINTLY BY EXTERNAL AND INTERNAL EXAMINERS CONSTITUTED BY THE HEAD OF THE DEPARTMENT. 

AGRICULTURE

DEGREE IN AGRICULTURE ENGINEERING

DESIGN PROJECTSEMESTERSEVENTH SEMESTERAI6713

OBJECTIVE

TO USE THE KNOWLEDGE ACQUIRED IN AGRICULTURAL ENGINEERING TO DO A MINI PROJECT, WHICH ALLOWS THE STUDENTS TO COME UP WITH DESIGNS, FABRICATION OR ALGORITHMS AND PROGRAMS EXPRESSING THEIR IDEAS IN A NOVEL WAY.

PROJECT GUIDE

IDENTIFY A TOPIC OF INTEREST IN CONSULTATION WITH FACULTY/SUPERVISOR. REVIEW THE LITERATURE AND GATHER
INFORMATION PERTAINING TO THE CHOSEN TOPIC. STATE THE OBJECTIVES AND DEVELOP A METHODOLOGY TO
ACHIEVE THE OBJECTIVES. CARRYOUT THE DESIGN / FABRICATION OR DEVELOP COMPUTER CODE / APP.
DEMONSTRATE THE NOVELTY OF THE PROJECT THROUGH THE RESULTS AND OUTPUTS.

PROJECT WORKSEMESTEREIGHTH SEMESTERAI6811

OBJECTIVE

TO DEVELOP THE ABILITY TO SOLVE A SPECIFIC PROBLEM RIGHT FROM ITS IDENTIFICATION AND LITERATURE REVIEW TILL THE SUCCESSFUL SOLUTION OF THE SAME. TO TRAIN THE STUDENTS IN PREPARING PROJECT REPORTS AND TO FACE REVIEWS AND VIVA VOCE EXAMINATION

OUTCOME

ON COMPLETION OF THE PROJECT WORK, STUDENTS WILL BE IN A POSITION TO TAKE UP ANY CHALLENGING PRACTICAL PROBLEM AND FIND SOLUTION BY FORMULATING PROPER METHODOLOGY

PROJECT GUIDE

STUDENTS IN A GROUP OF 3 OR 4 SHALL WORK ON A TOPIC APPROVED BY THE HEAD OF THE DEPARTMENT UNDER THE GUIDANCE OF A FACULTY MEMBER AND PREPARE A COMPREHENSIVE PROJECT REPORT AFTER COMPLETING THE WORK TO THE SATISFACTION OF THE SUPERVISOR. THE PROGRESS OF THE PROJECT IS EVALUATED BASED ON THREE
REVIEWS BY THE REVIEW COMMITTEE CONSTITUTED BY THE HEAD OF THE DEPARTMENT. THE PROJECT WORK IS EVALUATED BASED ON ORAL PRESENTATION AND THE FINAL PROJECT REPORT JOINTLY BY A TEAM OF EXAMINERS INCLUDING ONE EXTERNAL EXAMINER.

MECHANISM DESIGN CAE

GENERAL
MODELLING
ANALYSIS RESULTS
INPUT MOTION
OPTIMIZATION
DESIGN WIZARDS
REFERENCE
GENERAL

General
Summary keywords

  • planar mechanisms
  • design and simulation
  • CAD interface, dxf import
  • synthesis
  • video export
  • documentation
  • 5 languages
  • support by engineers

SAM can also animate the mechanism motion.. As a further aid for the designer the path and velocity hodograph of any number of moving points can be plotted. Also, a complete project documentation (ASCII-format) can be automatically generated.

CAD interface

The DXF import/export facility lets you export your conceptual mechanism design to any CAD program to work out the details and it lets you import CAD data to easily set-up the mechanism in SAM or to perform animation of the final mechanism.

SAM (Synthesis and Analysis of Mechanisms) is an interactive PC-software package for the design, analysis (motion and force) and optimization of arbitrary planar mechanisms. Mechanisms can either be generated via the design wizards or they can be assembled from basic components including beams, sliders, gears, belts, springs, dampers and friction elements. SAM integrates pre-processing, numerical analysis and post processing, such as animation and xy-plots, in an easy to-use environment offering pull-down menus, mouse support and help facilities.

The mathematical foundation of the analysis kernel, which is inspired by the well-known finite element approach, offers a large number of features and overcomes many of the problems of traditional mechanism programs. Open loop, closed loop, multiple loop and even complex planetary mechanisms can equally well be analyzed due to the finite element formulation. Even the most complex mechanisms, including planetary gear trains, can be modeled within minutes 

SAM is available in English, German, Spanish, French, Dutch and Chinese.

Post-processing

The analysis results can be displayed either in tabular or graphical form. The tabular listing can be viewed on the screen, send to a printer or stored in a readable formatted list file. The x/y plot option allows to plot any variable against time or any other variable. An unlimited number of functions can be combined into one x/y plot with optionally two different scalings to allow proper multiple display of variables with different amplitude ranges. It is possible to output selected data to an external file (ASCII format) for customized post-processing.


MODELLING

Modelling

SAM is equipped with a large library of basic elements, including:

  • beam, slider
  • belt, gear
  • sensor
  • spring, damper and friction element (both translational and rotational)
  • non-linear spring

which allows the analysis of a huge variety of mechanisms. The unique mathematical foundation of the program offers a large number of features and overcomes many of the problems of traditional mechanism programs. Open loop, closed loop and even multiple loop mechanisms are treated in the same way and even the most complex mechanisms, including planetary gear trains, can be modeled within minutes.

CAD interface
The DXF import/export facility lets you export your conceptual mechanism design to any CAD program to work out the details and it lets you import CAD data to easily set-up the mechanism in SAM or to perform animation of the final mechanism. Imported CAD parts may be used as illustrative parts of the mechanism.

SAM MODELLING
ANALYSIS RESULTS

Analysis Results

Keywords

  • positions, angles, length
  • derivatives
  • force and torque
  • power
  • bearing forces
  • path, hodograph
  • user expressions
  • export

Once the mechanism has been constructed and the inputs have been defined any of the following kinematic quantities can be calculated (all relative or absolute):

  • nodal position, displacement, velocity, acceleration
  • angles, angular velocity and acceleration

Furthermore SAM can perform force-analysis, thus enabling the calculation of:

  • driving torque (force)
  • reaction forces in bearings
  • internal forces in elements
  • required or transmitted power

User defined results (SAM Professional)
A sophisticated formula parser offers the possibility to combine simulation results in multiple ways to
derive user defined results. User defined results may also be displayed as curves in the graph.

SAM ANALYSIS RESULT
SAM SOFTWARE
INPUT MOTION

Input Motion

Keywords

  • user table
  • multiple actuators
  • linear actuator

SAM allows the definition of multiple inputs, which can either be defined in terms of absolute displacements or in terms of elemental change of shape to model relative inputs (e.g. elongation of a hydraulic cylinder or relative rotation of a robot elbow). Each of the inputs can be defined independently. Various frequently used input motion laws, such as:

  • constant velocity
  • polynomial
  • cyclical motion
  • 2.order velocity profile
  • cubic splines

are available and can be combined to form any desired input diagram. Inputs can also be read from an external ASCII file or defined via a table to enable the definition of arbitrary motions. This latter feature is especially handy for the modeling of non-standard cam profiles.

SAM INPUT MOTION
OPTIMIZATION

Optimization

Keywords

  • all geometry
  • single function
  • multi parameter
  • constrained optimization
  • function or path
  • mass, stiffness
  • position of mass
  • peak, RMS, average

The optimization module of SAM Professional offers constrained single-function multi-parameter optimization based on a mix of evolutionary algorithms and Simplex techniques. Constraints are dealt with by treating each
violation of a constraint as a penalty that is added to the original cost function. The software offers the
option to define own results from the standard set of results via an advanced formula parser. This option
is also used to define and add penalties.

Taking the initial design/topology as a starting point one can for example further improve the quality in
which the trajectory of a coupler point equals the target trajectory by changing the geometry of the
mechanism within pre-defined ranges. Or one can minimize the peak or RMS value of the driving torque
of a mechanism by adding a compensating mass and let SAM determine the optimal value of the mass
and its position within the allowable range. Just as in the case of the trajectory optimization one can
also specify a reference function and minimize the difference between the actual and the reference
function. When designing for example fitness equipment one is generally seeking a predefined force as
function of displacement.

The goal for optimization can be the minimization or maximization of a variety of properties (peak, RMS, average, ...) or the difference between the actual and the target behaviour of a mechanism, such as:

  • Trajectory of a node (with of without prescribed timing)
  • Any motion or force quantity (as function of time or another quantity)

SAM seeks the optimum by modifying the following properties within user-defined ranges:

  • geometry of mechanism
  • element properties, such mass, spring constant, transmission ratio, ...

The optimization process in SAM is based on a two step approach, consisting of:

  • Exploration of the design space
  • Optimization of a specific solution

SAM OPTIMIZATION
SAM SOFTWARE

First, the entire parameter space is explored globally using a combination of a pure Monte-Carlo technique and a so-called Evolutionary Algorithm, which is a optimization technique derived from Genetic Optimization. The top list of such a global exploration are shown in the Explore list box, which displays the value of the optimization function and the corresponding parameters. The individual with the best property is listed at the top.

Next, the designer can select one of the results from the Explore window and start a local optimization. This local search can be either based on a Simplex technique or on a Evolutionary Algorithm with a smaller parameter range centered around the selected solution.

The combination of a global exploration strategy and a local optimization strategy - with the designer in the loop for selecting the mechanism that is further optimized - is believed to give the best trade-off between speed and coverage of the design space. Alternatively, options can also be set in such a way, that a fully automated optimization is performed.

DESIGN WIZARDS

Design Wizards

Keywords

  • parametric
  • 4-bar mechanisms
  • exact linear guiding
  • approximate linear guiding
  • Watt, Evans
  • Robberts
  • Chebyshev
  • Hoecken

SAM offers a set of design wizards which will help you to synthesize mechanisms for specific tasks, such as:

In case these design wizards do not provide the solution to the specific design problem, the user has to rely on his experience, previous design, handbooks or trial&error to invent the mechanism, which can then be modelled and analyzed in SAM.

SAM DESIGN WIZARD
REFERENCE
MECHANISM

SYLLABUS

  • STRENGTH OF MATERIALS
  • KINEMATICS OF MACHINERY
  • MECHANICS OF MACHINES

  • KINEMATICS AND DYNAMICS
  • MACHINE COMPONENTS DESIGN
  • KINEMATICS AND DYNAMICS OF MACHINES
  • DYNAMICS OF MACHINES

BOOKS

  • konstruktivegetriebelehre
  • Neil Sclater
  • WILEY
  • DMAGL
  • I. I. Artobolevsky
  • SAM REFERENCE
  • Mechanism Design: Analysis and Synthesis
  • Planetenmischer mit dynamisch getriebenen Mischarmen

MACHINE ELEMENTS AND ANALYSIS CAE

MULTIPHYSICS
WINMACHINE
STRUCT
MECHANIC
FEM
APM EMA
APM FGA
APM ECA
CIVIL
MULTIPHYSICS

APM Multiphysics 

APM Multiphysics allows you to simulate a series of physical processes - heat transfer, electromagnetic field, for liquid and gas, as well as to design mechanical equipment and its elements (details of general purpose machines) using engineering techniques to perform designing and verifying calculations connected nodes, to analyze the stress-strain state, as well as analysis of the stability and natural frequencies (using FEM), three-dimensional objects of any complexity for arbitrary securing, static or dynamic loading, create documentation in accordance with ESKD, used in the design of a database of standard products and materials.

WINMACHINE

APM WinMachine 

WinMachine the APM - the CAE computer-aided calculation and design of mechanical equipment and structures in the field of engineering, designed to meet the latest advances in computational mathematics, the field of numerical methods and programming, as well as theoretical and experimental engineering solutions. This system is fully adapted to the requirements of state standards and regulations relating to the registration of a design documentation, as well as to the calculation algorithms.

STRUCT

APM StructFEM 

APM StructFEM allows the analysis of stress-strain state (using FEM) of three-dimensional objects of any complexity for arbitrary securing, static or dynamic loading of 64-bit operating systems without formal restrictions degrees of freedom to carry out the calculation of sustainability and natural frequencies, and thermal analysis , perform calculations of welded, bolted, riveted joints, create documentation in accordance with ESKD, used in the design of a database of standard products and materials.

MECHANIC

APM MECHANIC

APM Mechanic allows you to design machine parts and mechanisms using engineering techniques (mechanical rotation transmission shafts and axles, bearings and friction, elastic elements of machines, transfer of translational motion, cams), as well as to designing and verifying calculations connected nodes (bolt, rivet , welded), bodies of rotation of the compounds (interference fit, keyway, other ...); after settlements possible to create documentation in accordance ESKD and using databases of standard products and materials..

FEM

APM FEM

The system of the strength finite element analysis APM FEM for KOMPAS-3D  is designed to perform rapid calculations of solid objects in the environment of KOMPAS-3D , and then visualize the results. The composition ofAPM FEM includes tools of preparation of parts and assemblies to the calculation, the boundary conditions and loads, as well as built-in generator of finite element mesh and postprocessor. This feature set allows you to simulate a solid object and complex computational model to analyze the behavior under different treatments in terms of statics, eigen frequencies, stability and thermal loading.

APM EMA

APM EMA 

APM ElectroMagnetic Analysis allows you to model and perform various kinds of analysis of electromagnetic field characteristics for electrical equipment and communications equipment. Calculations are performed for the steady and unsteady regimes. The functionality of the system APM EMA to address the equations of electrodynamics systems include a wide range of tools for the preparation of models, which are the subject of analysis. The main types of calculations are: electrostatic calculation, the calculation of the field of direct currents, magnetostatic calculation, electromagnetic transient calculation, the high-frequency modal analysis.

APM FGA

APM FGA 

APM FGA allows finite element analysis of flows of liquids and gases to produce spatial kinematic, dynamic and energy characteristics, comprehensively describing their behavior with different boundary conditions and physical properties.



APM ECA

APM ECA 

APM Electrical Circuit Analysis allows you to simulate circuits of arbitrary topology, consisting of different types of two-poles: passive - resistor, capacitor, inductor; active - DC power, DC power, AC power (harmonic) current, the AC (harmonic) voltage. For the calculation, use the following types of analysis: static, harmonic analysis, transient analysis. Calculations are performed for the stationary, steady-state harmonic and transient regimes.

CIVIL

APM Civil Engineering
 Civil Engineering the APM - the CAE computer-aided design of construction of civil and industrial use. This system is fully adapted to the requirements of state standards and building codes and regulations relating to the registration of a design documentation, as well as to the calculation algorithms. Comprehensive features to create models of designs, perform the necessary calculations and visualization of the results can reduce design time and reduce the consumption of materials of construction of the object, as well as reduce the cost of design work and construction in general.

MULTIBODY DYNAMICS CAE

UNIVERSAL MECHANISM
UM AUTOMOTIVE
UM LOCO
UM TRAIN
TRACKED VEHICLE
UM FEM
UM CAD
UM EXPERIMENT
UM CONTROL
UM SUB SYSTEM
UM DURABILITY
UM BALLAST
UM 3D CONTACT
UMLINK
UNIVERSAL MECHANISM

Universal Mechanism consists of different modules and tools and may be delivered in the different configurations. The minimal, so called "base configuration" (UM Base), is a ready tool which allows carrying out dynamic analysis of mechanical systems. Functionality of the base configuration can be widened with the help of additional modules.

UM AutomotiveUM LocoUM TrainUM Tracked VehicleUM FEMUM CAD Interfaces
UM ExperimentsUM ControlUM SubsystemsUM DurabilityUM BallastUM 3D Contact
UM AUTOMOTIVE

UM Automotive includes mathematical models of tires, program tools for description of road plan and road excitations. UM Automotive includes as well set of typical maneuvers, suspensions, steering systems and elements of trasmission. Module gives user the possibility to estimate dynamical behavior of the vehicle, including forces in the suspension force elements, safety and "road holding" factors, etc...

UM LOCO

The program package includes module UM Loco intended for simulation of railway vehicle dynamics in both straight and curve railroad tracks. The simulation is performed in time domain by means of numeric integration of differential or differential-algebraic equations of motion. UM Loco allows the user to create fully parameterized models of vehicles...

UM TRAIN

UM Train module automates the process of train model creation and the analysis of obtained results. The module allows computing the longitudinal dynamics of train in braking, traction and idling modes on a railway track of any configuration...

TRACKED VEHICLE

The UM Tracked Vehicle module of UM software has been developed for an automatic generation of models of tracked vehicles and analysis of their dynamics...

UM FEM

This module let the user a possibility to introduce into a mechanical system deformable bodies undergo large reference displacement but small deformation. Such an approach makes more exact results in comparison with multibody simulation and could be very useful in some cases. This approach could be useful for research of vibration of car body and carriage underframe during the motion of railway vehicle subject to influence from railway track irregularities and a power generating set..

UM CAD

Modern approach to design of machines and mechanisms assumes creating 3D models with the help of one of the computer-aided design (CAD) software with parallel strength and dynamics analysis. To simplify importing such models from CAD software to Universal Mechanism we developed tools for direct data import from CAD software to Universal Mechanism. Such import tools are collected within the UM CAD Interfaces module. The current UM version supports data import from Autodesk Inventor, SolidWorks, Unigraphics NX, KOMPAS and Pro/ENGINEER...

UM EXPERIMENT

It is often required in engineering practice to carry out series of numerical experiments, for example to analyze dynamical behavior and sensitivity of mechanical system or to find out optimal parameters of the system. UM Experiments gives a user a possibility to run series of numerical experiments automatically...

UM CONTROL

Universal Mechanism includes UM Control module, which provides interface between Universal Mechanism and Matlab/Simulink. The user can compile his/her own Matlab/Simulink model and attach it into the Universal Mechanism. Matlab/Simulink interface gives the user a possibility to include unlimited number of Matlab/Simulink libraries and interactively turn on/off interfaces...

UM SUB SYSTEM

Subsystem technique is a basis of modeling objects with large number of degrees of freedom and creation of database of typical design elements for modeling technical systems. By using this method an object is represented as a tree of subsystems, which are linked by means of force elements and constraints. Any object previously created by the user can be a subsystem. This object may contain any tree of subsystems...

UM DURABILITY

The fatigue analysis starts with the dynamical hybrid model in Universal Mechanism. The flexibility characteristics of the structural parts are incorporated into UM model using a modal formulation based upon component mode synthesis. Basically, this method represents the part,s flexibility using a modal basis, which is optimized to account for constraint and force locations. The mode shape displacements and stresses are calculated using the finite element software. The UM Durability module combines the stress time history information generated during series of numerical experiments in UM and the material fatigue strength characteristics to generate the predicted life distribution in the part...

UM BALLAST

This module allows including in a UM model a planar granular media, which is a set of particles (rigid polygons and circles). The particles interact with each other by contact forces. Simple models of contact forces are used in the module. Each force consists of two components. The first component is a linear viscoelastic normal force. Another one is a dry friction force with two modes: sliding and sticking...

UM 3D CONTACT

This module allows simulating of contact interaction of bodies by contact manifolds (graphical objects). The realized contact algorithm is based on the simulation of interaction of arbitrary convex polyhedrons. The set of supplied primitives includes the following types: box, cylinder, cone, ellipsoid, and polyhedron

UMLINK

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