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POST GRADUATE IN MECHANICAL ENGINEERING - DESIGN ENGINEERING
|ENGINEERING PROFESSIONAL || NAGANAKULAM KNOWLEDGE CENTRE||TRAINING 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
POST GRADUATE IN MECHANICAL ENGINEERING - DESIGN ENGINEERING
| DISSERTATION|| SEMESTER|| THIRD SEMESTER|| DISSERTATION PHASE – I |
THE PROJECT WORK WILL START IN SEMESTER III AND SHOULD PREFERABLY BE A PROBLEM WITH RESEARCH POTENTIAL AND SHOULD INVOLVE SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH, DESIGN, GENERATION/COLLECTION AND ANALYSIS OF DATA, DETERMINING SOLUTION AND MUST PREFERABLY BRING OUT THE INDIVIDUAL CONTRIBUTION. SEMINAR SHOULD BE BASED ON THE AREA IN WHICH THE CANDIDATE HAS UNDERTAKEN THE DISSERTATION WORK AS PER THE COMMON INSTRUCTIONS FOR ALL BRANCHES OF M. TECH. THE EXAMINATION SHALL
CONSIST OF THE PREPARATION OF REPORT CONSISTING OF A DETAILED PROBLEM STATEMENT AND A LITERATURE REVIEW. THE PRELIMINARY RESULTS (IF AVAILABLE) OF THE PROBLEM MAY ALSO BE DISCUSSED IN THE REPORT. THE WORK HAS TO BE PRESENTED IN FRONT OF THE EXAMINERS PANEL SET BY HEAD AND PG COORDINATOR. THE CANDIDATE HAS TO BE IN REGULAR CONTACT WITH HIS GUIDE AND THE TOPIC OF DISSERTATION MUST BE MUTUALLY DECIDED BY THE GUIDE AND STUDENT.
1. STUDENTS WILL BE EXPOSED TO SELF-LEARNING VARIOUS TOPICS.
2. STUDENTS WILL LEARN TO SURVEY THE LITERATURE SUCH AS BOOKS, NATIONAL/INTERNATIONAL REFEREED
JOURNALS AND CONTACT RESOURCE PERSONS FOR THE SELECTED TOPIC OF RESEARCH.
3. STUDENTS WILL LEARN TO WRITE TECHNICAL REPORTS.
4. STUDENTS WILL DEVELOP ORAL AND WRITTEN COMMUNICATION SKILLS TO PRESENT AND DEFEND THEIR WORK IN FRONT OF TECHNICALLY QUALIFIED AUDIENCE.
| DISSERTATION|| SEMESTER|| FOURTH SEMESTER|| DISSERTATION PHASE – II|
IT IS A CONTINUATION OF PROJECT WORK STARTED IN SEMESTER III. HE HAS TO SUBMIT THE REPORT IN PRESCRIBED FORMAT AND ALSO PRESENT A SEMINAR. THE DISSERTATION SHOULD BE PRESENTED IN STANDARD FORMAT AS PROVIDED BY THE DEPARTMENT. THE CANDIDATE HAS TO PREPARE A DETAILED PROJECT REPORT CONSISTING OF INTRODUCTION OF THE PROBLEM, PROBLEM STATEMENT, LITERATURE REVIEW, OBJECTIVES OF THE WORK, METHODOLOGY (EXPERIMENTAL SET UP OR NUMERICAL DETAILS AS THE CASE MAY BE) OF SOLUTION AND RESULTS AND DISCUSSION. THE REPORT MUST BRING OUT THE
CONCLUSIONS OF THE WORK AND FUTURE SCOPE FOR THE STUDY. . THE WORK HAS TO BE PRESENTED IN FRONT OF THE EXAMINERS PANEL CONSISTING OF AN APPROVED EXTERNAL EXAMINER, AN INTERNAL EXAMINER AND A GUIDE, CO-GUIDE ETC. AS DECIDED BY THE HEAD AND PG COORDINATOR. THE CANDIDATE HAS TO BE IN REGULAR CONTACT WITH HIS GUIDE.
1. STUDENTS WILL BE ABLE TO USE DIFFERENT EXPERIMENTAL TECHNIQUES.
2. STUDENTS WILL BE ABLE TO USE DIFFERENT SOFTWARE/ COMPUTATIONAL/ANALYTICAL TOOLS.
3. STUDENTS WILL BE ABLE TO DESIGN AND DEVELOP AN EXPERIMENTAL SET UP/ EQUIPMENT/TEST RIG.
4. STUDENTS WILL BE ABLE TO CONDUCT TESTS ON EXISTING SET UPS/EQUIPMENTS AND DRAW LOGICAL CONCLUSIONS FROM THE RESULTS AFTER ANALYZING THEM.
5. STUDENTS WILL BE ABLE TO EITHER WORK IN A RESEARCH ENVIRONMENT OR IN AN INDUSTRIAL ENVIRONMENT.
6. STUDENTS WILL BE CONVERSANT WITH TECHNICAL REPORT WRITING.
7. STUDENTS WILL BE ABLE TO PRESENT AND CONVINCE THEIR TOPIC OF STUDY TO THE ENGINEERING COMMUNITY.
- planar mechanisms
- design and simulation
- CAD interface, dxf import
- video export
- 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.
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.
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.
MACHINE ELEMENTS AND ANALYSIS CAE
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.
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 Automotive|| UM Loco|| UM Train|| UM Tracked Vehicle|| UM FEM|| UM CAD Interfaces|
| UM Experiments|| UM Control|| UM Subsystems|| UM Durability|| UM Ballast|| UM 3D Contact|
UM SUB SYSTEM
UM 3D CONTACT
THE PROGRAM IS CAREER APPLICATION IN MULTIPLE AREA TO PG & RESEARCH PROFESSIONAL
PROJECT AND RESEARCH REFERENCE
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