We teach various Computer Aided Design [CAD] softwares to students & professionals.

We also teach various Computer Aided Engineering [CAE] & Analysis softwares to students & professionals. We are legitimate license holders of MSC NASTRAN PATRAN.




The software is used to analyze CAD geometry tools that have been developed to support these activities are considered CAE tools. CAE tools are being used, for example, to analyze the robustness and performance of components and assemblies. The term encompasses simulation, validation, and optimization of products and manufacturing tools. In the future, CAE systems will be major providers of information to help support design teams in decision making. Computer-aided engineering is used in many fields such as automotive, aviation, space, and shipbuilding industries.

In regard to information networks, CAE systems are individually considered a single node on a total information network and each node may interact with other nodes on the network.

CAE systems can provide support to businesses. This is achieved by the use of reference architectures and their ability to place information views on the business process. The reference architecture is the basis from which information model, especially product and manufacturing models.

The term CAE has also been used by some in the past to describe the use of computer technology within engineering in a broader sense than just engineering analysis. It was in this context that the term was coined by Jason Lemon, founder of SDRC in the late 1970s. This definition is, however, better known today by the terms CAx and PLM.


CAE fields and phases


CAE areas covered include:


  • Stress analysis on components and assemblies using Finite Element Analysis (FEA);

  • Thermal and fluid flow analysis Computational fluid dynamics (CFD);

  • Multibody dynamics (MBD) and Kinematics;

  • Analysis tools for process simulation for operations such as casting, molding, and die press forming.

  • Optimization of the product or process.

  • In general, there are three phases in any computer-aided engineering task:

  • Pre-processing – defining the model and environmental factors to be applied to it. (typically a finite element model, but facet, voxel,

  • and thin sheet methods are also used)

  • Analysis solver (usually performed on high powered computers)

  • Post-processing of results (using visualization tools)

  • This cycle is iterated, often many times, either manually or with the use of commercial optimization software.


CAE in the automotive industry


CAE tools are very widely used in the automotive industry. In fact, their use has enabled the automakers to reduce product development cost and time while improving the safety, comfort, and durability of the vehicles they produce. The predictive capability of CAE tools has progressed to the point where much of the design verification is now done using computer simulations rather than physical prototype testing. CAE dependability is based upon all proper assumptions as inputs and must identify critical inputs (BJ). Even though there have been many advances in CAE, and it is widely used in the engineering field, physical testing is still a must. It is used for verification and model updating, to accurately define loads and boundary conditions and for final prototype sign-off.

We undertake all types of Mechanical, Civil, Electrical engineering and M-Tech academics projects under CAE Analysis.

We conduct workshops in colleges, universities & institutes. We have the team of industry experienced trainers & tutors to give Value-Added education. Following are the various type of workshops we can conduct either at your place or our premesies.


Colleges where we have conducted workshops


Jain Institute of Technology - Davangere

Vivekananda College of Engineering & Technology - Puttur

UBDT College of Engineering - Davangere

RYM Engineering College - Ballari

V Deshpande Rural Institute of Technology - Haliyal

Bapuji Institute of Engineering & Technology - Davangere

To support the students who face difficulties in their academics, we conduct the tutorials to make the students excel in the curiculum.


We undertake tutoring the following subjects


Engineering Mathematics [M1, M2, M3 & M4]

Elements of Civil Engineering

Design of Machine Elements I & II

Network Analysis

Basic Electronics

Basic Electricals

Computer Aided Engineering Drawing [CAED]

Computer Aided Machine Drawing [CAMD]


We undertake academic projects, both Mechanical & E&C students can have the assistance from us to implement their ideas & get their dream project done. We have done several projects on Arduino & IOT in Electronics stream, and jigs & fixtures, etc.

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Using computers for the design processes such as creation, modification, analysis, and optimization is called Computer-Aided Design [CAD].Creation, modification in some cases optimization processes involves modeling. Mechanical engineering branch has many software applications for modeling and drafting namely Auto CAD, Solid Works, Solid Edge, CATIA, NX-CAD, Creo, Autodesk Inventor etc.

There are many benefits of 3D CAD modeling in mechanical engineering design. Here are 9 reasons to opt for 3D CAD modeling in mechanical engineering design.


Advantages of CAD modeling


  • Improves the quality of the design

  • Increases productivity of the designer

  • Easy documentation

  • Compatible with International standards

  • Automatic redrawing of design

  • Reduces design time

  • Better visualization for clients

  • Saving of data and drawings





  • Press tools are commonly used in hydraulic, pneumatic, and mechanical presses to produce components at high volumes. Though press tools are used in almost all the industries, they are predominantly used in Automobile industry.

Course Objectives


    Introduce the Design Principles of Basic Press Tools (Piercing, Blanking, Bending)

  • Functions of metal stamping dies

  • Metal stamping dies constructions and assembly

  • Presses

  • Press tool materials

  • Press tool manufacturing processes


Design a Basic Press Tool using CAD


Learning Outcomes


  • Students will be able to independently Design a Basic Press Tool (create 3D & 2D manufacturing drawings)

  • Students will be equipped with press tool design skills which is

  1. mandatory skill to be a press tool designer and

  2. distinguished skill for a product designer

Salient Features


  • Lots of Illustrations & Videos

  • Hands-on Press Tool Design using CAD




Body in white or BIW refers to the stage in automobile manufacturing in which a car body's components have been joined together, using one or a combination of different techniques: welding (spot, MIG/MAG), riveting, clinching, bonding, laser brazing etc. BIW is termed before painting & before the engine, chassis sub-assemblies, or trim (glass, door locks/handles, seats, upholstery, electronics, etc.) have been assembled in the frame structure.


Workshop details


1. Introduction to Automotive BIW industry

2. BIW Types Stamped & welded Carbon monocoque Carbon monocoque + Spaceframe Space frame

3. Overview of BIW Loading conditions and Approach to Design Calculations

4. Packaging of BIW for Hatch back/Sedan/SUV/Sport cars

5. Manufacturing of all BIW types [Stamping/Tube welding/Mould to monocoque]

6. BIW design for Assembly


8. Crash & Durability testing

9. Future of BIW industry



Automotive continues to be a key end market for plastics processors of all types for under-the-hood, body and interior applications. OEMs have turned to plastics to cut vehicle weight while also reducing cost and improving safety, performance, and fuel efficiency.


Workshop details


1. Introduction to Automotive Plastic industry

2. Plastics for Automotive Applications Automotive Exteriors Automotive Interiors Automotive Power Train and accessories

3. Class A surface preparation

4. Approach to CAD modeling from class A surface [Master sections & Environment parts]

5. Materials for Automotive Applications 7. Plastic part manufacturing

6. Plastic part Fixturing & Strengthening features

7. Design for Gates / Runners / Vents / Ejection Pin / Inserts / Sliders & Lifters

8. Mould Flow Analysis



In Automobiles, Seat is very important part. The standard car seat is designed to support thighs, the buttocks, lower and upper back, and head support. The front driver and passenger seats of most vehicles have three main parts: the seat back (squab), seat base (cushion), and the head-rest.


Workshop details


1. Introduction to Automotive Seating industry

2. Automotive Seating Structure Automotive Seating Mechanisms

3. Type of seats & need for variants [EX: Bucket/Bench/60:40 Etc]

4. Overview of Modular & Tubular seat structures For: Front/Second row/Third row

5. Seating Mechanisms Front: 2/4/6 way manual/power seats 2nd row: Easy entry/Stove/Fold/Tumble/Fixed seats 3rd row: Fold/Stove/Tumble seats


7. Overview of Seat Design/Testing for regulation compliance

8. Seating Form and Trims

9. Composit seating structure & Future seating



Mechanical Engineer without GD&T is like a man without common sense, because it has been widely used by design, production & quality engineers. Every Mechanical industry around the globe uses GD&T in their product development cycle. So, having knowledge of GD&T is necessary skill to start career in any area of mechanical engineering.



  • Introduction

  • Basic terminology

  • Feature control Frame

  • GD&T Rule 1 & 2

  • Datums

  • Datum targets

  • Geometric Tolerance Zones



  • Hierarchy

  • GD&T Brief (only Symbols)

  • Form tolerances (in detail)    

  • Straightness

  • Flatness

  • Circularity

  • Cylindricity



  • Profile Tolerance

  • Profile of line           

  • Profile of Surface

  • Orientation Tolerance

  • Angularity

  • Perpendicularity

  • Parallelism




  • Location Tolerance

  • Position Symmetry

  • Concentricity

  • Run out Tolerance

  • Circular Run out

  • Total Run out



  • Introduction to orthographic views

  • Dimensioning & Tolerancing Brief

  •               all 14 symbols & Manufacturing methods

  • Detailed Drawings to be explained

  • Drawings for student practice   



  • Practical testing of few GD&T symbols

  • Practical learning by examining real time components

  • Scope of GD&T, Statistical Approach & Advanced GD&T


  • Doubts & Discussion

  • Test to evaluate students



Automotive Skill Development Training [ASDT] is a certified practical workshop, which involve assembly and dis-assembly of Single/Multi cylinder Diesel/Gasoline internal combustion engines of Maruthi/Honda/Tata and Daewoo. ASDT is designed to give practical & hands on experience to understand the design, manufacturing and assembly of engine components.




Session 1

1. Introduction to Engine Technology / Development / Regulations.
2. Latest Engine development to achieve EURO 6.2 norms.
3. Air-Fuel Ratio / Compression / Combustion / Exhaust
4. Air Intake system [Snorkel, Resonator, Air Filter, and Manifold]


Session 2   [Live Engine assembly/dis-assembly]

1. Fuel injection, Fuel Metering and Fuel Delivery
2. Carburetor / MPI / GDI
3. Tank to cylinder fuel delivery components
4. Engine Head Valve train operation/Timing
5. SOHC / DOHC / CAMLESS engines
6. VVTI / V Tech / Multi Air Technology
7. Engine head / Cam shaft/Valves (seating/insets) / Rocker arm manufacturing


Session 3 [Live Engine assembly/dis-assembly]

1. Cylinder block and Crank case
2. Journal bearings / Crank shaft
3. Connecting rod / Piston/Piston Pin/Piston ring
4. Engine block / Crank shaft /Piston / Connecting rod manufacturing


Session 4 [Live Engine assembly/dis-assembly]

1. Lubrication system
oil strainer / Oil pump / Oil filter / Oil galleries
3. Turbo Charging / Super Charging
single, parallel twin, sequential, variable (diesel), variable geometry, twin-scroll turbo’s, and twin-chargers


Session 5 [Live Engine assembly/dis-assembly

1. Engine Electricals
2. PCV [Positive Crank Case Ventilation] / Exhaust Gas Recirculation [EGR]
3. Purge-Valve / Catalytic Converter / Diesel Particulate Filter
4. Sensors
Air Mass flow / Exhaust gas temp / Oil pressure / CAM position / Crank position/ Knock


Session 6

1. Hybrid engine technology

[Series / parallel / series parallel]
2. Battery / Fuel cell technology
3. Future on Automotive powertrain
4. Career opportunities in Automotive engineering
5. Research opportunities