Mechanical Training

Overview:

CREO is the product of PTC it has five branches were CREO FOR ANALYST is one among them. It comes under CAE (Computer Aided Engineering) Computer program. Every Industry need Engineers for CAE.

Objective:

Analyzing is the most needed and critical aspect for today's modern production and provides the basis of simulation and analyzing of any parts or products in any Industries. Industries like (Mechanical, Automobile, Aeronautical, etc..,) use this Product.

Pre-requisite:

This entire program carries simulation, analyze and product applications. Students and Engineers who did Mechanical, Automobile, and Aeronautical Engineering can enroll in this program.

Duration:

83 Hours.

    ATC's Part (Basic) & Assembly Modeling (Basic) - Creo:

  • Introduction & Understanding to Creo Parametric Concepts
  • Using Creo Parametric Interface
  • Selecting of Geometry, Features, Models
  • Editing of Geometry, Features, Models
  • Sketcher Theory, Design Intent & Constraints
  • Lines, Rectangles, Circles, Arcs, Ellipse
  • Spline, Fillet, Chamfer, Text, Offset, Thicken, Palette
  • Construction Geometry Theory, Geometry Tools
  • Dimensioning Entities, Modifying Dimensions
  • Sketch Feature, Sketch Setup, Sketch References, Entity from Edge
  • Datum Features Theory, axes and planes
  • Creating Extrudes
  • Revolves, Ribs
  • Creating Holes,
  • Shells, Draft
  • Creating Patterns
  • Creating Rounds, Chamfers
  • Using Layers
  • Assembly & Constraint Theory, Default, Coincident Constraints
  • Distance, Parallel, Normal, Angle, Automatic Constraints
  • Exploding, Replacing Components
  • Cross-Sections & Display Styles in Assemblies
  • Simulation:

  • Introduction to Mechanism Design
  • Introduction to Mechanism Simulation
  • Introduction to Behavioral Modeling
  • Introduction to Creo Simulate & Theoretical Foundations
  • Model Preparation & Analysis Definition in Creo Simulate
  • Loads, Constraints and Meshing in Creo Simulate
  • More Analysis Types in Creo Simulate

Benefits of getting training with CTS:

  • Authorized creo International certification from PTC.
  • Learning from a PTC Certified Instructor .
  • Student name gets reflected on PTC website on course completion .
  • Innovative and convenient eLearning methodology access

Course Outcome

  • You will know how to analyze a product by using thermal and structural analysis.
  • Design and validate technological solutions to defined problems and communicate clearly and effectively for the practical application of work.
  • Apply/develop solutions or to do research in the areas of Design and simulation in Mechanical Engineering and other mechanical related departments also.
  • You will know how to validate a design with engineering simulation and check whether the product design can meet the functional requirements. CAE analysts and designers can test a product for tolerance, behavior, mechanism dynamics, mechanical motion, performance dimensions, electric clearances, and creep age.