Computer Aided Design

This course aims to introduce modern design technology in terms of an introduction to design, the concept and objectives of design, the structure of the computer-aided design system, and to identify geometric modeling and types of engineering models, the Bezier model, the proportional Bezier model, the B-Spline model, the Nurbs model, surface modeling and applications In engineering modeling, it also aims to study digital simulation, types of simulation models, the importance of the finite element method, the basic equation in static analysis and its applications, the basic equation in dynamic analysis and its applications, the basic equation in thermal analysis and its applications, the basic equation in fluid analysis and its applications, the study of convergence and non-linear cases, and then identifying Design sensitivity, numerical methods, analytical methods, semi-analytical methods and convergence algorithm, then identify the basic concepts in optimal design, classify the process of examples, examples methods and construction examples, then know the concept of reliability, probability of collapse, measurements and statistical distributions in reliability, then study the optimal multi-system design and multi-optimal design Objectives Then conducting applied studies on engineering design programs such as Desgin Mentor, CATIA V5, Solidworks, Ansys and Abaqus. Among the applications are the study of simple beams and network structures subject to static loads, a study of an aircraft wing subject to free vibration, a study of heat distribution in the cooling fins, and a study of the flow velocity distribution In elbows and volumetric examples of a permissible subject to vibration, examples, optimum design and reliability of the spinal disc, modeling and simulation of the connecting arm, design and manufacture of the artificial hip joint

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