Mechanical Course

Course Details:
Eligibility Criteria B.Tech/M.Tech/Diploma
Course Duration 2 Months
Certificate Will be Provided


AutoCAD is most widely used CAD software and is used in almost all the engineering fields, Draft, annotate and design 2 d geometry and 3 d models with solids, surfaces and mesh objects, Design faster with industry-specific tool set, Automatic tasks such as comparing drawings, adding blocks, creating schedules and more, you will learn all the basic and advanced skills needed for mechanical engineering.

Key Contents

Introduction to engineering drawing & AutoCAD Modifying drawing in AutoCAD Layer Management Hatching and gradient technics

Dimensioning and Tolerancing

Parametric drawing

Blocks and attributes

Plots and Publish

Isometric drawing

Blocks and attributes

External reference (Xref) concepts

Plots and Publish

3D Modelling

Advance drafting using AutoCAD Mechanical

Mechanical features drawing

Drafting assemblies


CATIA V5 is one of the most powerful Computer Aided Three Dimensional Application for parametric solid modeling developed by Dassault Systems. With 3D sketching and visualization features, it helps users to create high-quality mechanical products. CATIA is extensively used in the aerospace industry and the automotive industry.

Key Contents

CATIA user interface

Creating and editing sketches

Creating sketch based features

Creating transformation features

Creating dress up features

Creating advanced replication tools

Assembly design

Editing parts in assembly

Creating surface based features

Generative sheet metal design

Drawing view generation

Bill of materials, balloons

Finalizing the drawing and printing Dress up on 2D Views

Real-time rendering


Creo is one of the most widely used 3D CAD tools in the industry. It is a widely used 3D CAD software tool that transports all tasks involved in product development using diverse tools, with the participation of people of a variety of skills, from different geographical locations. Advantages of Creo over other 3D solutions include a faster time-to-market, product quality, design efficiency; minimum errors, less scrap and rework.

Key Contents

Introduction to Creo Parametric

Understanding Solid Modelling Concepts

Understanding Feature-Based Concepts

Understanding the Ribbon Interface

Managing Files in Creo Parametric

Creating Sketcher Geometry


Creating Datum and Axes Procedure

Assembling with Constraints

Creating New Assembly Models Procedure

Understanding Assembly Constraint Status

Introduction to Surfacing

Surface Modelling Paradigms

Creo Parametric Sheetmetal Design Process

Adding Other Sheetmetal Features

Introduction, Creating New Drawing & Drawing Views and other tools


The UG-NX is a high-end advanced CAD, CAE, and CAM product life cycle management software solution from Siemens. Manufacturing companies across multiple industries use NX CAD due to its sophisticated design capabilities and proven strengths in significantly reducing design time. The integrated software solution covers all aspects of the product development process to streamline and increase product development process.

Key Contents

User interface

Sketcher essentials

Constraining sketches


Creating part features

Editing parts

Creating fundamental curves

Editing Curves

Editing freeform features

Basic assembly concept

Creating assembly constrains

Positioning assembly component

Assembly revision and component replacement

Assembly sequencing

Assemblies-clearance and analysis

Deformable components

Part families

Introduction to drafting

Drafting and View & Creating dimensions notes and labels, Plotting drawings


HyperMesh is the market-leading, multi-disciplinary finite element pre-processor which manages the generation of the largest, most complex models, starting with the import of a CAD geometry to exporting a ready-to-run solver file. HyperMesh supports a wide variety of CAD and solver interfaces, making it a perfect solution for most industry verticals and domains.

Key Contents

Getting Started with HyperMesh

Working with Panels

Importing and Repairing CAD

Generating a Midsurface

Auto-Midsurfacing with Advanced Geometry and Mesh Editing Using the Quick Edit Panel

Creating 1-D Elements


3D Element

Creating a Hexahedral Mesh using the Solid Map

Checking and Editing Mesh

Analysis Setup

Formatting Model for Analysis

Obtaining and Assigning Beam Cross-Section Properties using HyperBeam

Working with Loads on Geometry

Free Body Diagram

Revit MEP

Revit MEP is part of Autodesk's BIM (Building Information Modeling) software portfolio and is designed for mechanical, electrical and plumbing engineers working either in isolation or as part of a BIM project. Autodesk Revit MEP is a very popular software solution that is used for designing complex building systems.

Key Contents


MEP Design

Revit MEP

Work Sharing

Family Creation

Solid Modeling


Light Fixture


HVAC Design

Heating and Cooling Load Analysis

Logical System and Duct Work

Mechanical piping System

Inspect System

Electrical Design

Lighting Analysis

Power and Communication Design

Plumbing Design

Fire Protection System




SOLIDWORKS solutions cover all aspects of the product development process with a seamless, integrated workflow: design, verification, sustainable design, communication, and data management. Companies can shorten the design cycle, increase productivity, and deliver innovative products to the market faster. SolidWorks offers complete 3D CAD software tools that allow you to create, simulate, publish, and manage your data.

Key Contents

Sketcher basics

3D sketching

Part modeling

Creating reference geometries

Editing features

Advanced modeling tools


Design table/library features

Import/Export of files

Surface modeling

Bottom-up assembly design

Top-down assembly design

Exploding assemblies


BOM, balloon tools

Sheet metal design


ANSYS Mechanical is a finite element analysis tool widely used for the analysis and solving of complex mechanical problems. ANSYS is capable of predicting the behavior of components in the manufacturing industry and real-world environments. This allows engineers and designers to virtually analyze how their products and components work in real-world environments at an early stage of product design.

Key Contents

Basic Concepts

The Toolbar

The Project Schematic

Static structural analysis

Beams and Frames

Treatment of Distributed Loads

Modeling of 2-D Elasticity Problems

Buckling analysis

Mode analysis

Steady-state Thermal analysis

Introduction of Fluid Analysis (CFX and CFD)

Modeling of Fluid Flow

Fluid Domain


Boundary Conditions

Result view