Mechanical Engineering

Mechanical engineering is a discipline of engineering that applies the principles of engineering, physics and materials science for analysis, design, manufacturing, and maintenance of mechanical systems. It is the branch of engineering that involves the production and usage of heat and mechanical power for the design, production, and operation of machines and tools. It is one of the oldest and broadest engineering disciplines.

  • Inventor

  • CATIA

  • SolidWorks

  • HVAC

  • Plumbing

  • Firefighting

  • CNC

  • Hydraulic

  • Turbo

  • Revit Mep

  • Diesel

  • ANSYS

Inventor ( level 1 ) - 48 (HRS)

Inventor Level1 2012
Outlines:
-Inventor interface
-Creating 2D sketches
-Constraining and dimensioning sketches
-Generating 3D parts from sketches
-Part modeling, adding and editing 3D features
-Work Features
-Model geometry and model display manipulation
-Resolving feature failures
-Feature duplication techniques
-Establishing and working with model relationships
-Placing and constraining parts in assemblies
-Creating parts and features in assemblies
Creating and annotating drawings and views
Inventor Level 2 2012
Outlines:
-Advanced Modeling.
-Advanced Assembly.
-Applying motion to existing assembly constraints using Drive Constraints.
-Introduction of the Top-Down Design technique.
-Creating Positional Representations of an assembly.
-Using the Design Accelerator.
-Using pattern, mirror, and copy techniques.
-Link system parameters and custom parameters to an external spreadsheet le.
-Stress analysis

CATIA - 48(HRS)

1. Introducing CATIA.
2. CATIA Basics and the User Interface.
3. Introduction to Sketching.
4. Basic Part Modeling.
5. Using Visualizing Techniques.
6. Selecting Features.
7. Patterning.
8. Revolved Features.
9. Shelling and Ribs.
10. Using Equations.& formula.
11. Importing parts from any other CAD program to CATIA
12. Building efficient assembly.
13. Getting more from mates.
14. Assembly configuration and display states.
15. Component patterns.
16. Working with library features.
17. Automating drawing.
18. Working with drawing views.
19. Dimensioning ,tables and annotations.
20. Making kinematics simulation for the Assembly.
21. Study velocity and Accelerations.

 

SolidWorks - 48(HRS)

LEVEL 1 24 HR
1: Introduction - Sketching
2 : Part Modeling
3 : Revolve & Sweep - Patterning
4 : Simulation-Xpress - Shell & Rib - Repair
5 : Drawing  - Configurations

6 : Assembly Modeling


LEVEL 2 24 HR

1 : Advanced Sketching
2 : Advanced Features
3 : Advanced Features 2
4 : Multi-Body Techniques
5 : Advanced Assembly

6 : Top-Down Assembly


HVAC - 40(HRS)

HVAC COURSE CONTENT :
Estimation of cooling load (manual-HAP software)
Systems of air conditioning (all water system-all air system-air water system)
Duct design(manual-software – ductlator)
Ventilation design (kitchens- baths,…….)
Air diffuser selection
Air handling unit selection
Fan design
Piping design
Pump design
Hock up of chillers and AHU and FCU
Chilled water system
How to read drawing of HVAC
HVAC installation
BMS
VAV VRV systems
How to write BOQ
Foundations to receive air conditioning in Site
How to implement the central air conditioning in Site
Foundations to receive air conditioning in Site
How to implement the central air conditioning in Site Project in the final of course


Plumbing system - 20(HRS)

plumbing system
Calculation of draining system
Building cold water supply system
Building hot water supply system
Hydraulic calculation
Principle of piping system
Calculation of static pressure of pump
Swimming pool design

Firefighting systems - 20(HR)

Firefighting systems
• Firefighting network systems design by using Elite program and Manual also.
• Manual Firefighting systems using Extinguishers (Co2-Powder-Foam).
• Manual Firefighting systems using water boxes fire hose cabinets.
• Automatic Firefighting systems using automatic sprinklers.
• Automatic Firefighting systems using Co2 or fm200.
• Explanation of the global code of NFPA fire.
• Hydraulic calculations

CNC - 36(HRS)

Over view of CNC Operation - Machiens
Different types of CNC Machien Designs
PC Interface - 2 Different circuits
Stepper Motor ( Unipolar - bi polar- multi phase- 5 phase)
Stepper Motor Driver (full step- half step-Micro step)
Configuring the driver to the pc software
Mechanical Design (Linear Guides - Power screws - couplings)
Manfucture your machine
Practical working with real CNC Machine

Hydraulic & Pneumatic - 40(HRS)

Table of contents
Chapter # 1
1- Course Introduction
2- Objectives
Chapter # 2

  • Fluids power mechanics
  • Introduction
  • Definitions and units
  • Properties of fluids
  • Fluid lows and equations

Chapter # 3

  • Hydraulics
  • Introduction
  • Advantage & disadvantage of using hydraulics
  • Fundamental principles
  • Hydraulic principles
  • Hydraulic components
    • Hydraulic Pumps
      • Gear Pumps
      • Vane Pumps
      • Piston Pumps
    • Hydraulic control valves
      • Direction control valves
      • Flow control valves
      • Pressure control valves
    • Hydraulic actuators
      • Liner actuators
      • Rotary actuators
    • Accumulators
    • Filters & Strainers
    • Oil seals & O-rings
    • Heat exchanger
    • Reservoirs
    • Conductors
  • Hydraulic circuits and schematic
    • Hydraulic symbols
    • Open loop circuits
    • Closed loop circuits
    • Meter in circuits
    • Meter out circuits
    • Bleed off circuits
    • High low  circuits
  • Inspection of hydraulic components
  • Maintenance & trouble shooting of hydraulic circuits and components
  • Training for actual hydraulic circuits (basic and advanced)

Chapter # 4

  • Pneumatic
  • Basic principles of pneumatic system
  • Difference between hydraulic and pneumatic circuits and components

Turbo Machinery Diploma - 40(HRS)

TURBO MACHINERY Diploma
1-PUMPS
2-GAS COMPRESSOR
3-STEAM TURBINES
4-BEARING
5-SEALS & COUPLING
6-ALIGNMENT
7-HEAT EXCHANGER
8-PIPES & VALAVES
1-PUMPS
• Pump types
• How to select the suitable pump for certain application
• How to operate the pump properly
• The optimum maintenance through manufacturer recommendation schedules
• Troubleshooting principles
2-GAS COMPRESSOR
• Types of compressors
• Compressor general components
• Compressor principles of operation
• Surge of centrifugal compressor
• Seals of compressors
• Troubleshooting and control
• Maintenance of gas compressors
3-STEAM TURBINES
• Steam Turbine general overview.
• Operation Principles.
• Description of Steam Turbine Components.
• Main Steam Turbine Auxiliary Systems.
• Steam Turbine Control System.
• Turbine Performance Curves.
• Maintenance Overview.
• Steam Turbine on-site alignment.
• Steam Turbine Troubleshooting Procedures & Examples.
4-BEARING
• Bearing classification .
• Maintenance of bearing.
• Bearing troubleshooting.
• Monitoring the bearing
5-SEALS & COUPLING
• Seal types and detailed seal classification.
• Seal Installation, Seal Assembly and Seal Dismantling.
• Types of coupling.
• Mechanical seal operation and how mechanical
seals work.
6-ALIGNMENT
• Basic concepts of shaft alignment .
• Importance of shaft alignment.
• Rim & Face method.
• Laser alignment techniques.
7-HEAT EXCHANGER
• Heat exchanger types.
• Heat exchanger components.
• Test of heat exchanger .
• Cooling towers.
8-PIPES & VALAVES
• Pipe schedule .
• Piping classes .
• Flanges & Gasket .
• Valves types .
• Valves material.
• Valves components.

Autodesk Revit MEP software is the building information modeling (BIM) solution for mechanical, electrical, and plumbing (MEP) engineers, providing purpose -built
tools for building systems design and analysis.
Course Outline


Autodesk Revit MEP

Course Description:
To take full advantage of building information modeling , the Autodesk Revit MEP Fundamental training course has been designed to teach the concepts and the principals of creating 3d parametric models of MEP systems from engineering design through construction documentation .
 Course contents:

  • Working with Autodesk Revit software’s basic viewing, drawing and editing commands.
  • Inserting and connecting MEP components and using system browser.
  • Working with linked architecture files.
  • Designing Firefighting systems and pump room (basic and advanced) .
  • Designing HVAC networks with air terminals, mechanical equipment’s, ducts and pipes (basic and advanced) .
  • Designing plumping networks with plumping fixtures and pipes.
  • Designing electrical circuits with electrical equipment, devices and lighting fixtures and adding cable trays and conduits.
  • Creating HVAC and plumping systems with automatic duct and piping layouts.
  • Testing duct, piping and electrical systems.
  • Creating and annotating construction documents.
  • Creating schedules and sheets.
  • How to create 3d models families and how to use Revit in any projects.
  • Energy simulation and analysis on this building.

 

 


Diesel Engine Maintenance and Troubleshooting

Course content 
1.Introduction About Diesel Engine Uses 
2. Four Stroke Diesel Engine .
3.Different Between Compression Ignition Engine and Spark Ignition Engine .
4. Different Between Four Stroke Engine And Two Stroke Engine .
5.Component Of Diesel Engine .
a. Fixed Parts .
b. Moving Parts .
6.Diesel Engine Systems .
a. Gas System .
b. Lubrication System .
c. Cooling System .
d. Air Intake System .
e. Exhaust System .
f. Start System .
7.Diesel Engine Installation And Work .
8.How To Read Diesel Engine Catalogue .
9.Improving Diesel Engine Efficiency .
10.Marine Diesel Engine .
11.Purifiers (gas & oil) .
12.Deflection Measurement .
13. Method Of Power transmission .
14. Instruction Of Operation .
15.Troubleshooting Of Diesel Engine .
16. Following Troubleshooting Of Diesel Engine .
17. Kinds And Tables Of Maintenance .

ANSYS 24 HR
MECHANICAL WORKBENCH
1.1 Introduction
1.2 Basics
1.3Work Shop
2.1 Preprocessing
2.2 Meshing
2.3Work Shop
3.1 Static Stress Analysis
3.2Work Shop
4.1 Post Processing
5.1 Connections Applications
6.1 Thermal analysis
6.2Review

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