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Top 5% of the class will get a merit certificate. Course completion certificate will be provided to all students who complete the course. You will receive both an e-verified and hard copy of your certificates.
In this particular project you will be working on to design the inner panel of a hood, according to euro cap standards and make sure that the part is manufacturer.
You will provide all the necessary reinforcements at the necessary regions and join the outer and inner panel using the proper joining methods.
You will also make sure that all the manufacturing requirements are being satisfied for all the cad part that you design.
Fender Drip area Design:
In this particular project you will be working on to design the drip area for the given fender, where you will make sure to follow certain dimensions that are required to be followed for the drip area.
In addition to that you will also provide the necessary bead and other embosses to strengthen the component.
you will make sure that the output part meets all the tolerances to be satisfied for the deep drawing process.
In this particular challenge you will develop the ditch area and roof reinforcements.
You will also be doing calculations to see if the roof passes the snow load criteria and heat distortion criteria.
The number of bow roof rails will also be calculated from the above calculation.
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Vehicle development cycle
This will be an introductory session where the basics of the automobiles and types of car bodies are explained. The complete vehicle development process which will explain the stages crossed by a car before it reaches the customer. The complete 3 years of development activity will be explained.
Basics of Automotive Body In White
This will be an introductory session where the basics of the automotive BiW is taught. The basics of steel and its properties are covered in major, as steel is an important component used in the cars. Steps followed in the selection of the material is discussed. Also, the cross-functional teams are explained and the need to coordinate with them is explained with the master sections and 3D components of the parts for easy and clear understanding.
Design Methodology of a Hood, Fender, Roof and Side Doors
Out of all the BiW components, we will focus our attention on the Hood, Fender, Roof, Side and Back doors. The design procedures for all the afore-mentioned parts can be summarized as follows.
Gap and Flushness requirements
Case study - Converting - RUECKWANDTUER INNER PANEL
In this, we will present a real-life scenario where the effect of converting an inner panel from aluminum cast to the Steel Deep Draw part will be presented. Here is a quick summary of this case. The following design parameters were identified as critical and hence were fully described:
Seal Surface Width was the same as the aluminum liftgate
Tailgate outer parting was maintained the same
Liftgate thickness was modified
Gap and flushness were maintained
When you enroll in this course, you will be able to clearly understand these design parameters and the decisions that were made. In this case study, the design guidelines were set through a series of CAE simulations.
Design of key Mechanism - Lock and Striker
In this module, you will first learn the anatomy of a Locker and Striker Mechanism. In order to be a successful product development engineer, it is very important to understand in detail the development process and design requirements for even the tiniest components. In this module, we will be analyzing the locker and striker mechanism in detail.
Process and challenges with supplier manufactured parts
In this module, we will look at two case studies. Both of these studies focus on supplier manufacturing practices. We will discuss the design challenges faced by two Asian Automotive suppliers and then go over the solution methodologies
Featured Student Projects
Here are the students with some exceptionally good projects.
Saravanan is a BIW Design engineer at Engineering consultancy
Naveen works as a production trainee and has done many projects on the design of automotive BIW components.
Jayesh is a Graduate Trainee at a Pune-based company and his core interests are Automotive Design and Manufacturing.
Who can take this course?
If you have completed at least 2 semesters of undergraduate education in the following majors, then this course will be highly useful for you.