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Postby champcsm » Fri Jun 17, 2016 4:32 pm

COMPUTER AIDED ENGINEERING DESIGN
Group A
Computer aided design of engineering systems. Applications in modelling, analysis, design and manufacturing.
Computer graphics, raster graphics and interactiveness, pixels and graphic display in computers, windows and view-ports, lines and circles, graphic data storage and manipulation, hardware display, input and output devices.
Geometric transformations-two, three-dimensional and homogeneous transformations, rotation, translation, mirror, perspective, projections, etc.
Computer aided drafting. Introduction to Auto CAD-use of menus and icons, two-dimensional drawings using auto CAD lines, circles, tangents, simple machine drawings, dimensioning, blocks and layers, editing and adding text to a drawing.
Advanced auto CAD-three-dimensional drawings. Curves, surfaces and solid models, customizing. Auto CAD, auto LISP.
Group B
Design of curves—PC, Beizer and B-spline curves, normal, tangent, curvature and torsion of curves. Blending of two curves.
Design of surfaces, tangent and normal planes. Curvature and twist, surface patches—PC, Baizer and B-spline, ruled and developable surfaces, swept and revolved surfaces.
Solid modeling—wire frame, constructive solid geometry (CSG) and boundary representation (B-rep); parametric instancing. Cell decomposition, spatial occupancy enumeration, generalized sweep.
Mass property calculations—curve length, surface area, volume, centroid, mass, moment, etc.
Finite element analysis: Fundamentals of finite element analysis; discretization, mesh generation, pre and post processing and simple applications.
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