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Centre for Computational Technologies Prospectus CAD Develo pment CFD Analysis Simulation is The Future

Centre for Computational Technologies

Centre for Computational Technologies Prospectus CAD Develo pment CFD Analysis Simulation is The Future
Centre for Computational Technologies Prospectus CAD Develo pment CFD Analysis Simulation is The Future
Centre for Computational Technologies Prospectus CAD Develo pment CFD Analysis Simulation is The Future
Centre for Computational Technologies Prospectus CAD Develo pment CFD Analysis Simulation is The Future
Prospectus
Prospectus
  • CAD Develo pment

  • CFD Analysis

Centre for Computational Technologies Prospectus CAD Develo pment CFD Analysis Simulation is The Future
Centre for Computational Technologies Prospectus CAD Develo pment CFD Analysis Simulation is The Future
Centre for Computational Technologies Prospectus CAD Develo pment CFD Analysis Simulation is The Future

Simulation is The Future

Overview

Overview India is rapidly ascending from being a base for low‐end processes and operations to high‐end
Overview India is rapidly ascending from being a base for low‐end processes and operations to high‐end
Overview India is rapidly ascending from being a base for low‐end processes and operations to high‐end

India is rapidly ascending from being a base for low‐end processes and operations to high‐end research and development in sectors like PLM and CAE that can make it a vibrant source of intellectual capital of the world.

Last few years have seen increased activity in the Indian CAD/CAE space with MNC product vendors realizing the importance of India as a cost‐effective destination for outsourcing CAD/CAE work. In the automotive sector, according to industry sources, 15 global car makers, including GM, Ford, Daimler Chrysler, Mercedes‐Benz, Audi, Isuzu and Nissan, have set up outsourcing offices in the country, with a combined budget of approximately $1.5 billion. Component makers like Delphi, Visteon and Caterpillar too have found India as their best bet.

The cost of automotive design in Europe ranges as high as $800 per hour, and even higher in the US while costs are as low as $60 per hour in India for equivalent quality. So, global auto makers are increasingly turning to India for sourcing a wide range of engineering needs that even include designing models meant only for global market.

Similarly all major CAD and CAE vendors from global markets have established research and development centre in India. Dassault System, Solidworks, Geometric, Autodesk Inc, UGS, PTC, Intergraph, Ansys, MSC, Fluent, StarCD and many other product development companies employ more than 5000 CAD and CAE developers in Indian operations and have indicated that they wish to double the employee strength over the next two years.

The major problem faced by the CAD and CAE industry today is the sh ortage of skilled human resource. CAD developmen t requires a blend of technologist and programmer.

Likewise CAE analysis needs good insight in the physics of the problem, understanding of numerical methods used along with expertise in commercial CAE software packages.

The most common skill set required in CAD and CAE industry does not confine to one engineering branch such as mechanical engineering; rather it encompasses several engi neering braches. Today technology used in CAD and CAE industry is changing at a rapid pace. This makes education and training in CAD and CAE domain difficult and challenging. This also unde rlines focused efforts in this direction.

Centre for Computational Technologies (CCTech)

has started a venture into education and training in CAD and CAE. We focus our business on the following areas:

  • 1. Our primary aim is to increase awareness in the engineering community through various workshops and seminars that will be conducted in engineering institutes across India and various industries working in CAD and CAE.

  • 2. Long term professional courses for fresh engineering graduates and working professionals.

  • 3. Industry specific corporate training designed to adopt new computational technologies in existing processes.

  • 4. Workshops, seminars and short term courses on the latest technologies to help individuals in updating their skill sets

  • 5. Customize product development for third parties in the domain of computational engineering

Overview India is rapidly ascending from being a base for low‐end processes and operations to high‐end
Overview India is rapidly ascending from being a base for low‐end processes and operations to high‐end
Overview India is rapidly ascending from being a base for low‐end processes and operations to high‐end

About Us

About Us Centre for Computational Technologies Pvt. Ltd. (CCTech) is a venture started by a group
About Us Centre for Computational Technologies Pvt. Ltd. (CCTech) is a venture started by a group
About Us Centre for Computational Technologies Pvt. Ltd. (CCTech) is a venture started by a group

Centre for Computational Technologies Pvt.

Ltd. (CCTech) is a venture started by a group of entrepreneurs, who are industry professionals and alumni of IIT Bombay. Our motive is to establish a knowledge centric organization for the specialized training market in the field of computational engineering in India and abroad. CCTech promoters have expertise in various computational engineering domains with complementary skill sets.

CCTech aspires to be the best in the professional training and education related to the following Computational Engineering braches:

Computer Aided Design (CAD) Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) Computational Structur al Mechanics (CSM) Computational Fluid Structure Interaction (CFSI) Computational Aero Acoustic (CAA) Product Lifecycle Management (PLM) Multidisciplinary Design Optimization (MDO)

Programs

CCTech has launched two professional courses of six month duration started from August 2006. Both the courses are structured to cater to industry requirements. The course s yllabus is formulated by considering the need of the industry and inputs from various working profe ssionals and IIT faculty.

These courses have helped students and industry professionals to transcend their level of understanding. The courses are designed to address the key areas like theoretical foundation, practical relevance and real‐life problem solving approach. To achieve this, courses are delivered using collaborative learning processes through class room lectures, assignments, student seminars, lectures by indust ry experts, case studies and research / industry projects.

Program Structure

The curriculum is distributed in five levels, viz. foundation, core, advanced topics, industry specific training and product specific training

The company is organizing workshops and seminars conducted by eminent personalities from IIT and other reputed engineering institutes. Highly skilled industry professionals working in the above engineering branches will also conduct seminars on various other specialized topics in the field of computational engineering. CCTech has introduced two professional diploma courses in the area of CFD analysis (Diploma in Advanced CFD Analysis ‐ DACFD) and CAD development (Diploma in Advanced CAD Development ‐ DACAD) from August 2006. The company wishes to execute open‐ended research projects in association with the industry to explore new horizons in the field of computational engineering

The training program consists of a number of conventional lectures which includes fundamental, core and advanced topics. This includes industry specific modules to give hands‐on experience to students on specific industry problems. This also includes product specific modules so that the students will get experience on widely used software packages in industry. To bridge the gap between theory and practice, students will undertake a project at the end of the course

About Us Centre for Computational Technologies Pvt. Ltd. (CCTech) is a venture started by a group
About Us Centre for Computational Technologies Pvt. Ltd. (CCTech) is a venture started by a group
About Us Centre for Computational Technologies Pvt. Ltd. (CCTech) is a venture started by a group

Diploma in Advanced CAD Development (DACAD)

Are You in the Game?

What do you want out of life? If your career goals include working with talented people, handling challenging assignments, and the ability to apply your skills in solving complex problems in computational world, you are looking for the same opportunities that have brought thousands of the best and brightest to CAD development profession. The fact is, if your future lies in computational technology, you cannot find a better place to achieve your potential other than CCTech.

The six months Diploma in Advanced CAD development program pioneered by the institute first time in India. CCTech offers professional training in highly specialized area of CAD Development. As a student of CCTech, every day you will have opportunities to solve real industry problems, help industry to find best solutions, and turn ideas into reality. And you will have the full support and unmatched resources of CCTech to back you up.

Not surprisingly, this kind of challenging and rewarding work appeals to lots of talented people. And just as we go the extra mile for clients, we go to the same lengths to find and retain the exceptional people who can be part of our dynamic CCTech team.

We do not expect all candidates to have the same understanding of subject as that of ideal CCTech candidate when they first come aboard. That is why we start by giving them comprehensive training and educational opportunities. In our candidate we embed a commitment to be the best and the ambition to achieve success for our clients and for themselves

Salient features of DACAD course

Well formulated syllabus with the help of IIT faculty and Industry professionals Training on advanced CAD technologies such as Parasolid, Hoops3D and OpenGL. In depth training on SolidWork customization using C++ and VB Special course on Computer Aided Geometric Design (CAGD)

Syllabus

Computer Aided Design (CAD) Development

needs lot of programming fundamentals including knowledge of architectural and design patterns. Initially the course concentrates on the programming in C and C++ and OS concepts. After that, fundamentals of data structures, CAD architectural design patterns etc are covered. CAGD (Computer Aided Geometric Design) is one of the main topic which has lot of demand in the industry and hence it is taken to great depth. We lay lot of stress in understanding curves and surfaces mathematically as well as algorithmically. Concepts of Computer Graphics are thoroughly demonstrated using OpenGL, HOOPS3d and OpenSceneGraph libraries. CAD customization technologies are introduced using SolidWorks API training using C++ and Visual Basic.

Parasolid Geometric Kernel Training is distinctive feature of a course. CCTech is first organization in India to offer Parasolid training in a curriculum. Parasolid is main stream geometric kernels using which more than 400 CAD/CAE/graphics software are developed. Parasolid gives unique advantage to our DACAD student over other entrant in this field. The rest of the course is structured to cater to latest happening in the industry and it updates every six months.

Program Structure

The curriculum is distributed in several modules like programming Languages, Graphics, Computer Aided Geometric Design, Geometric Kernel ,CAD customization and CAD software architectural patterns

The training program consists of a number of conventional lectures which includes fundamental, core and advanced topics. To bridge the gap between theory and practice, students undertake mini project after one month and major projects near the end course

 
 
 
 
 

Job Profile

Qua lification

Inta ke Dur ation

: CAD D eveloper, PL M/CAE De veloper, Gra phics Devel oper : BE/ME / MCA/MC S with first class and pr ogramming skills : 20 full time, 20 pa rt time : Five M onths

Operating System

  • 1. Red Hat Linux

Architectur e, file and d irectory str ucture, com mon user and sy stem comm ands, gcc an d g++ com piler, gdb and dis play manag ement, Netw orking con cept, t elnet, ftp.

  • 2. Microso ft Windows 2000/XP

Architectur e, file and d irectory str ucture, com mon c ommands, Visual Studi o compiler and debugg er

Programm ing

  • 1. Object O riented Pr ogramming with C++

Variables, C ontrol State ments, Arr ays, Structu re & Unions, F unctions, Pointers, Class b asics, Constructor s & dest ructors, C lass Hiera rchy, i nheritance, polymorp hism, Vir tual Funct ions, Operator o verloading, class tem plates, dyn amic memory m anagement, file and s tream han dling, exception h andling

  • 2. Standar d Template Libraries (STL)

Library Or ganization and Conta iners, Stan dard Containers, Algorithm s and Fu nction Ob jects, I terators and Alloc ators, Str ings, Stre ams, Numerics

  • 3. Visual B asic

  • 5. MFC & V isual C++

Single Doc ument Int erface, Mu ltiple Docu ment Interface, Event Ha ndling, G raphics D evice Interface, Model Dia logue, Win dows Com mon Control, Bit maps, Mem ory Manage ment, Doc‐ View Architectur e

  • 6. Compon ent Object Model (CO M and ATL )

Raw COM, Containmen t, Aggregat ion, Autom ation, Structure S torage, Acti ve Template Library

  • 7. QT Prog ramming

Single Doc ument Int erface, Mu ltiple Docu ment Interface, Event Ha ndling, G raphics D evice Interface, Model Dia logue, Win dows Com mon Control, Bit maps, Mem ory Manage ment, Doc‐ View Architectur e

Graphics programm ing

  • 1. OpenGL Graphics P rogrammi ng

State Mana gement and Drawing G eometric Ob jects, Viewing, Co lor, Lightin g, Blending , Polygon O ffset, Display Lis ts, Drawing Pixels, Bit maps, Fonts , and images, Te xture Ma pping, The Frame b uffer, Tessellator s and Quad rics, Evalua tors and N URBS, Selection a nd Feedba ck, GLUT: OpenGL U tility Toolkit, Sce negraph

Application building, Controls, Variables, VB Functions, A rrays, Files 4. Window Programm ing Windows Basics, Wi
Application building, Controls, Variables, VB
Functions, A rrays, Files
4. Window Programm ing
Windows Basics, Wi n 32 API, working with
Registry, Dl lMain, Stati c Linking to a DLL, Loa ding
DLLs Dynam ically

Point

Curve

Surface

Poin t Curve Surface Geometric Kernel 1. Parasolid Geometric Kernel Create, Edit, Interrogate a nd Display

Solid

Poin t Curve Surface Geometric Kernel 1. Parasolid Geometric Kernel Create, Edit, Interrogate a nd Display

Geometric Kernel

  • 1. Parasolid Geometric Kernel

Create, Edit, Interrogate and Display Functionality, Neutral Graphical Output (Go), File Handling and Memory Management, Attributes And Groups, Session Management, History Management Using Partitioned Rollback, Open XT Format

  • 2. ACIS Geometric Kernel

ACIS Architecture ( Classes, API & Options), Create, Edit, Interrogate Geometry & Topology. Display Functionality, File Handling and Memory Management, SAT Format

CAD software exposure

  • 1. SolidWorks

Hands on experience of Solid Modeling techniques and Feature base design

Introduction to PLM

  • 1. Product Lifecycle Management

Understanding key concepts of PLM systems,Product Data Management (PDM), CAD/CAM Solutions, Benefits of Implementing PLM. Introduction to open source aras INNOVATOR.

Architecture and Design

  • 1. Software architecture

Software design patterns, Standard data models, Examples ‐ Client‐server

  • 2. Design And Analysis Of Algorithm

Complexity Measures, A nalyzing Algorithms, Designing Algorithms, Divide and Conquer Algorithm, Searching & Sorting

  • 3. Data Structures

Linked Lists, Stacks and Queue, Hash Tables, Binary Search Tree

Computational Geometry

  • 1. Mathematical elements for CG

Matrices, Linear Systems, Vector Algebra, Affine Spaces, Affine Transformations, Change of Basis/Frame/Coordinate System, Orthographic and Perspective, Projections, Barycentric Coordinates

  • 2. Geometric Data Structures

Geometric Entities, Half edge data structure, Geometric Hashing, Bounding Volume Hierarchies structures, Quadtree, Octree, Binary Space Partitioning Tree

  • 3. Computer Aided Geometric Design

Plane Curves, Space Curves, Bezier Curve, The de Casteljau Algorithm, de Boor Algorithm, NURBS Theory, Properties And Algorithms, Parametric Curves And Trim Surfaces, Curve and Surface Subdivision, Curve And Surface From Algebraic Equation, Curve And Surface Fitting, Geometric Continuity, Principal curvatures, Curve‐Curve Intersection, Curve‐Surface Intersection, Surface‐ Surface Intersection, Projection Of Point On Curve, Projection Of Curves On Surfaces, Projection Of Surface On Surfaces

  • 4. Computer Graphics

Illumination and shading, Texture Mapping, Blending and Transparency, Anti‐Aliasing, Hidden Line algorithm, Surface Rendering, Volume Rendering, Animation

  • 5. Surface Modeling

NURBS Surfaces, Surface Of Revolution, Sweep Surface, Quadric Surface, Piecewise Surface Representation, Bilinear Surface, Ruled and Developable Surfaces, Coons Surface, Blending surface, Gaussian Curvature and Surface Fairness

  • 6. Solid Modeling

Concept of Topology, Boundary Representations (B‐Rep), Constructive Solid Geometry, Part Modeling, Assembly, Drawings, Extrusion, Revolve, Shell, Draft, Patterning, Surface and Solid Boolean Operations

Diploma in Advanced CAD Development (DACAD)

Computational Geometry

  • 7. Feature Technology

Feature Identification and Definition, machining features, sheet metal feature, routing Features, User Define Feature. Developing new feature using CSG and B‐Rep geometry kernel

  • 8. Advance Geometry Topics

Polygon triangulation, convex hull, voronoi diagram, Delaunay triangulation point search in polygon, point search in polyhedron, plane r point location, area and volume measures

CAD Software Development

  • 1. CAD Product Development

Architecture, Design of Data Structure, Use of Geometric Kernel, Undo‐Redo Implementation, User Interface, Graphics Interface, File Serialization

  • 2. CAD Customization

COM for Automation, SolidWorks Customization using VB and VC++

  • 3. CAD Translators

Development of standard CAD files translator, Initial Graphics Exchange Specification (IGES), Data Exchange File (DXF), Virtual Reality Modeling Language (VRML), Stereolithographics File Format (STL)

Project Management

  • 1. Software Project Management

Software Configuration Management (CVS and Subversion), Makefile and Configuration scripting, Software time and cost estimation

  • 2. Software Testing

Testing Methodologies, Shell Scripting and VB Scripting

Activities

Every moment you spend at CCTech, will be devoted for learning. We believe in interactive learning and open environment. The student and teacher interaction is happening at different levels. Let it be seminars, discussions, industrial visit or project presentations, the basic aim of sharing the knowledge is always followed. Students are involved in many activities.

Seminars

CAD Development is a field of changes. To remain competitive in this field requires continuous absorption of technology. So seminars help in developing understanding of the current technology as well as new ones coming everyday. Through seminars, students share their knowledge with their fellow students and faculty. The topics assigned cover various areas of CAD development. Following are the few seminars topics that our ex‐students have delivered

2D Constraint Solver

Binary Space Partitioning

GCC Compiler

Geometric Kernel Used in CAD

OpenScene Graph

Meshing Algorithms

Convex Hull Algorithm

Expression Parsing in C++

Application of Design Patterns

Discussions

We understand that every student has different level of understanding. Every student has his/her own way of interpretation. These daily discussions help us in correcting the misconceptions in students mind. Sometimes these discussions also give us the different perspective of the subject. These discussions are a real fun and sometimes end up in debate.

Diploma in Advanced CAD Development (DACAD)

Projects
Projects
Development of NURBS Library for geometric modeling Development and Implementation of various NURBS based algorithms in
 

Development of NURBS Library for geometric modeling

Development and Implementation of various NURBS based algorithms in CAGD like creation, editing, conversion, and display of geometric data. Library has been developed using ANSI C on Linux platform

Development of NURBS Library for geometric modeling Development and Implementation of various NURBS based algorithms in
 
 

Development of Algorithms for Shape Recognition of Geometric Forms

Project aims to find conditions that would determine geometric shape of object from set of input curves and surfaces. These conditions should be able to detect:

  • 1. Line, a circle, arc, a ellipse, a planar curve;

  • 2. Plane, a sphere, a cylinder or a cone;

  • 3. Surface of revolution, extrusion, a ruled/developed

surface or a generalized cylinder Input is received in form of IGES or DXF files

3D Search engine for CAD models –DiscreteEngine Development of a 3D search engine which indexes the
 

3D Search engine for CAD models –DiscreteEngine

Development of a 3D search engine which indexes the CAD models using FFT shape descriptor. Shape descriptor converts the querying model in statistical form and compares it with available mode ls in repository. Suitable CAD models are retrieved on comparison and displayed using OpenGL. Project supports DXF, VRML and STL files.

3D Search engine for CAD models –DiscreteEngine Development of a 3D search engine which indexes the

RepairTech

RepairTech is a healing tool developed for CAE applications. It has capability to automatically identify gaps, holes in CAD model and close them with appropriate patches. RepairTech also simplifies geometry by producing monolithic surfaces

Diploma in Advanced CAD Development (DACAD) Projects Development of NURBS Library for geometric modeling Development and
Products
Products
Diploma in Advanced CAD Development (DACAD) Projects Development of NURBS Library for geometric modeling Development and
Diploma in Advanced CAD Development (DACAD) Projects Development of NURBS Library for geometric modeling Development and

FeatureTech

The information loss in the process of CAD data translation makes it difficult to consistently handle geometry. The construction methods and parametric data available with original CAD system are often lost in CAD translation. It is difficult to operate on imported CAD data without any such information. FeatureTech add‐in helps to reconstruct the entire set of feature lost in data translation from neutral CAD files such as IGES.

Diploma in Advanced CAD Development (DACAD) Projects Development of NURBS Library for geometric modeling Development and

FacetTech

All high‐end CAD softwares permit operations on non‐faceted geometries only. However it is estimated that more than 50 % 3D models of the world are in faceted format (polygonal representations). CCTech has developed FacetTech add‐in to provide user set of functionalities to edit fa ceted models. 3D Boolean operations such as a ddition, subtraction and intersect can be performed on faceted models using this add‐in

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Ap plication Process

Th ere are two ways to ap p ly for the c ourses

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Course as you can dire ctly talk to our faculty

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Selection Process

The selectio n of applic ant for the course is b ased on the followin g criteria

Perform ance in th e Entrance test and p ersonal intervie w based o n fundame ntals of Ge ometry, aptitud e and C prog ramming Scores r eceived at Graduation or post‐gra duation level lik e B.E. /M.E. Scores received at the "Ac cepted Qu alifying Examin ation" like G ATE

  • Cour s e Material

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C CTech provi des course material to every stude nt. Course material con tains stand ard books a nd compose d n otes. Books provided as a Course M aterial incl udes:

The Comp lete C+++ R eference ‐ Herbert Sch ildt

Computat ional Geom etry and CA GD – CCTec h Notes

Compute r Graphics U sing OpenG L – F. S. Hill

Diploma in Advanced CFD Analysis (DACFD)

What is CFD?

Computational Fluid Dynamics constitutes a new “third approach” in the philosophical study and development of the whole discipline of fluid dynamics. In the 17 th century, the foundations for experimental fluid dynamics were laid. The 18 th and 19 th centuries saw the gradual development of theoretical fluid dynamics. As a result, throughout most of the 20 th century, the study and practice of fluid dynamics (indeed, all of physical science and engineering) involved the use of pure theory on the one hand and pure experiment on the other hand. If you were learning fluid dynamics as recently as, say, 1960, you would have been operating in the “two‐ approach world” of theory and experiment. However, the advent of the high speed digital computer combined with the development of accurate numerical algorithms for solving physical problems on these computer s has revolutionized the way we study and practice fluid dynamics today. It has introduced a fundamentally important new third approach in fluid dynamics – the approach of Computational Fluid Dynamics

Computational Fluid Dynamics or simply CFD is concerned with obtaining n umerical solution to the fluid flow problems by using computer. The advent of high‐speed and large‐ memory computers has enabled CFD to obtain solutions to many flow problems including those that are compressible or incompressible, laminar or turbulent, chemically reacting or non‐reacting

Pure Experiment Pure Theory CFD
Pure Experiment
Pure Theory
CFD

How it Works?

To understand CFD lets break down the word CFD:

Computational ‐ having to do with mathematics, computing Fluid Dynamics ‐ the dynamics of things that flow

The dynamics of fluid flow is governed by continuity (conservation of mass), the Navier‐ Stokes (conservation of momentum), and the energy equations (conservation of energy). These equations form a system of coupled non‐linear partial differential equations (PDEs). Because of the non‐linear terms in PDEs, analytical methods can yield very few solutions

CFD is an art of replacing the differential equation governing the fluid flow, with the set of algebraic equations (the process is called discretization), which in turn can be solved with the aid of a digital computer. The well known discretization methods used in CFD are Finite Difference Method (FDM), Finite Volume Method (FVM), Finite Element Method (FEM)

The CFD Process

There are essentially three stages to every CFD simulation process: prepr ocessing, solving and postprocessing

Preprocessing

Generation of CAD model (geometry), cleaning of CAD model and meshing.

Solution

Solving the discritized from of governing equations using computer

Post­processing

Visualization of data using color plots, contour plots, vector plots etc…

The Three Step Process

Pre‐Processing
Pre‐Processing
The Three Step Process Pre‐Processing Applications of CFD Solver Career in CFD Post‐Processing Over the last

Applications of CFD

Solver Career in CFD
Solver
Career in CFD
Post‐Processing
Post‐Processing

Over the last few years CFD has become a vital tool in many industries. Because of its ability to predict the flow features correctly, it has become a regular activity in design and R & D departments of many organizations.

Following are typical applications of CFD tools

Aerospace Combustor External aerodynamics Inlets and nozzles instrumentation Missile systems Propulsion

Automobile

Engine cooling

Intake and exhaust manifolds

External aerodynamics Motor sports Combustion chamber

– – Passenger Comfort

Chemical

Drying Technology

Filtration Heat and mass transfer Mixing Simulation Chemical reactors

Biomedical Blood handling equipment Surgical analysis Sterilization equipment Blood separators

Electronics and Semiconductors

CPU cabinet cooling

Chip cooling system

Heat Sink Design

Cooling fan design

HVAC and R Design

Air flow around buildings

Fan noise

Environmental control systems

Heating system design

Ducts, hoods, valves, fittings

Room flow distribution

India is identified as one of the world's fastest emerging CFD market with growth rate more than 20%. Many MNC's have well established CFD design centre in India, and many more have started to establish their CFD design centre. The main stumbling block today is not the technology but the skilled professional who can make use of the technology to solve industrial problems. CFD industry is lacking quality man power. DACFD is a unique professional course which bridges the gap between YOU and CFD industry

Is the course suitable to you?

Are you an UG/PG graduate, or working in an engineering firm? Are you interested in analysis? Do you want to shift your profession as an analyst? Would you like to be a part of fastest growing CAE industry? If the answer for any of the above question is YES, you are the right candidat e for DACFD course

Salient features of DACFD course?

Well designed course with theoretical foundation and software training Enhances MS/P.hd admission chances in top universities like Georgia Tech, Carnegie Mellon, University of Iowa etc… Visiting faculties are experienced industry professionals and professors from reputed institutes like IITs Course involves industry standard projects More than 300 hrs of lecture sessions and 500 hrs of practical sessions Continuous assessment throughout the course Direct placement in CCTech to top rankers Course material along wi th access to library and internal website Modules Full Time : For fresh engineering graduates/postgraduates Part Time : For final year students and working professionals

Geometry Mesh • Job Profile : CFD Engineer, CAE Engineer, Design Engineer • • Intake •
Geometry Mesh • Job Profile : CFD Engineer, CAE Engineer, Design Engineer
Geometry
Mesh
• Job Profile
: CFD Engineer, CAE Engineer, Design Engineer

Intake

Duration

Qualification : BE/B.Tech/ME/M.Tech in Mechanical, Aerospace, Chemical Engg. o r equivalent

: 20 full time, 20 part time : Six Months

Operating System and Programming

Pre­Processing

  • 1. Linux Operating Systems

The Basics of Linux OS, Frequently used Linux commands, File system, Basic shell scripting, Using different software in Linux environment

  • 2. C Programming

Introductory concepts, Data types, Writing simple C programs, Operators and expressions, Data inputs and output, Control flow, Functions and program structure, Pointer s and arrays, Structures

Fundamentals

  • 1. Mathematics

  • 1. Geometric Modeling

Geometric transformations, File formats and translators, Parametric representation of curves and surfaces, Fundamentals of CAGD, Concept of topology, Surface modeling, Faceted models, Solid modeling

  • 2. CAD Repair for Meshing

Creation of water tight geometry, Faceted Boolean operations, Dependent and independent CAD errors, Healing the geometry using surface knitting, Surface projection methods

  • 3. Structured Grid Generation

Vector calculus, Vector algebra, Linear and non‐ linear equations, Ordinary differential equations and Partial differential equations

  • 2. Fluid Dynamics

Concept of continuum, streamline, streakline and pathlines, Pressure distribution in fluids, Buoyancy, Lagrangian and Eulerian Descriptions, Reynolds transport theorem, Integral and differential form of conservation equations, Dimensional analysis and Modeling, Viscous and inviscid flows, Laminar and turbulent flows, Euler and Navier Stokes equations, External and internal flows, Compressible and incompressible flow, Properties of supersonic and subsonic flows, Flow characteristics over various bodies

  • 3. Heat Transfer

Heat and other forms of Energy, 1D heat conduction equations, general heat conduction equations, Boundary and initial conditions, Solution of 1D equations, S teady and transient heat conduction, Heat transfer by convection, Velocity and thermal boundary l ayer, External forced convection, Internal forced convection, natural convection, Heat transfer by radiation, Conjugate heat transfer

Linear interpolations, Transfinite interpolations, Laplace grid generation, Poisson grid generation, Map and submap, Sweeping, Surface grid generation, Mono block, multi block, hierarchical multi block, Moving and sliding multiblock, Grid clustering and grid enhancement, CGNS multi block format and structure

  • 4. Unstructured Grid Generation

Basic theory of unstructured grid generation, advancing front, Delaunay triangulation and various point insertion methods, Unstructured quad and hex generation, grid based methods, Quadtree and Octree based methods, Concept of medial axis and medial sur face, various elements in unstructured grids, Surface mesh generation, Surface mesh repair, Volume grid generation, Volume mesh improvement, mesh smoothing algorithms, grid clustering and quality checks for volume mesh

Software Training

CAD: SolidWorks Pre‐Processing : ICEM‐CFD, GAMBIT, TGrid

Solve Post‐Proc ess C FD Funda mentals: Solver Industry Specific
Solve
Post‐Proc ess
C FD Funda mentals: Solver
Industry Specific

1 . Introduc tion to CFD

P hilosophy of CFD, G overning e quations o f fluid d ynamics an d there ph ysical mean ing, Mathe matical b ehavior of governing e quations an d there im pact on C FD simul ations, Sim ple CFD techniques , CFL c ondition, L ocal and Glo bal time ste pping

2 . Numeric al Methods in CFD

F inite Differ ence, Finite Volume, a nd Finite El ement, U pwind and downwind schemes, S imple and S impler s chemes, Hi gher order methods, Im plicit and explicit methods (1 D heat con duction), St udy and tr ansient s olutions, co nsistency, c onvergenc e , and stabili ty

A dvanced Topics

1 . Turbule nce Modeli ng

T heory of turbulence, Closure p roblem, Re ynolds A veraged N ‐S equatio ns (RANS) , Eddy vi scosity models, Alge braic mode ls, One equ ation mode ls, Two e quation m odels, Near wall treat ment, Larg e Eddy S imulation (LES), and Direct num erical sim ulation ( DNS)

2 . Combust ion Modeli ng

I ntroduction to com bustion m odeling, Fl amelet models, Mul ti step edd y dissipatio n model, D iscrete p hase mode ls, Radiatio n models, Pollutant models, C ombustion modeling case stu dies, Comb ustion modeling str ategies

3 . Multipha se Modelin g

F undamenta ls of m ultiphase flows, Eu lerian‐ L agrangian (ELAG) approach, Eulerian‐E ulerian ( E2P) appro ach, Volum e Of Fractio n (VOF) ap proach, S olving exam ple proble ms

4 . Conjugat e Heat Tra nsfer (CHT )

I ntroduction to CHT, Fl uid bounda ry condition s, CHT s olid bound ary conditio ns, CHT int erface condi tions

Turbo m achinery

Introduct ion to tu rbo machi nery termi nology, Quasi‐Ste ady Rotor‐ Stator Inter action, CFD study of rotor‐ stator inte ractions, C FD simula tion of turbo ma chinery com ponents, In dustrial Ex amples

Aerospac e Simulati on

Introduct ion to various terminologi es in aerodyna mics, Com putations of C d , C l , for 2D aerofoil, Flow simul ation on a erofoil at various angles of attack, Su personic a nd subson ic flow simulatio ns, Lift, dr ag predicti on on aero plane, rockets a nd missiles, solving exa mple proble ms

Automob ile Simulat ion

Introduct ion to various terminologi es in automobi le simulati ons, CFD a nalysis on Ahmed body, Tr a nsient and steady sta te analysis, Under hood an alysis, Exte rnal flow, HVAC of car for passenge r comfort

Chemical Fluid Mixi ng Simulat ion

Stirred t ank modeli ng using t he actual i mpeller geometry , Rotating f rame mode l, The MRF Model Sliding m esh model, Snapshot model, Eva luating Mixing from Flow Field R esults, In dustrial Examples

Visualiz ation : Pos t­Process ing

Contour plots, vect or plots, and scatter plots, Shaded and tran sparent s urfaces, Particle trajectori es and path line traject ories, Iso‐s urfaces, Animatio ns and mov ies, Explor ation and a nalysis of data

Software Training

Solver an d Post‐Proc essing :

FLUE NT CFX, FlowZ

Pro jects Opt imization of Inlet du cts for Serv er Room Co o ling
  • Pro jects

Pro jects
Pro jects Opt imization of Inlet du cts for Serv er Room Co o ling

Opt imization of Inlet du cts for Serv er Room Coo ling Syste m

The server ro om cooling system co nsists of fou r air handli ng units, wh ich supplie s cold air to t he room th rough duct s. The Capa city of all the air handlin g units is no t same, due to which

the cold air en tering the r oom is not uniformly dist ributed. T he aim of the proje ct is to opt imize the p rofile and t he number of baffles suc h that the fl ow is unifo r m at the du ct outlets and also at omize the geometr y, mesh gen eration & S olver proce sses for 2D Case with Mu lti‐file hand ling and C‐P rogrammin g.

Pro jects Opt imization of Inlet du cts for Serv er Room Co o ling
 

CFD Analysis o f Climate C ontrol Sea t

Pro ject involve s design a nd optimiz ation of Clim ate Contro l Seat (CCS ). The CCS consists of Thermoelec tric Coolin g (TEC) un it fixed und er the car seat. Depen ding on oc cupant's req uirement, h ot or cold a ir supplied through

cha nnels from TEC unit to CCS. GAM BIT and FLU ENT used f or modelin g and analys is of air flow and temp erature dist ribution of the CCS. For this analys is, porous media mod el from FLU ENT is us ed. Based on the res ults, air

dist ribution ch annel locati ons were fi x ed

Mod ling Of A utomotive Diesel E gine At Vario us Fuel Inj ection Tim ing
Mod ling Of A utomotive Diesel E gine At
Vario us Fuel Inj ection Tim ing
In th is project domain is divided int o several
fluid zones. F ew zones are mesh ed with
quad rilateral ele ments and the remaini ng zones
are m eshed wit h triangula r elements. Further,
the a rea above the valve has non ‐c onformal
interf aces. Unst eady segre gated solv er along
with k‐epsilon turbulenc e model is used.
Discr ete Phase M odel is use d for simul ating fuel
inject ion, ev aporation,
and
droplet
boilin g. Analysi s of the results for various
inject ion timing i s done by p ost process ing
Auto mation of CFD proces s
This project fo cuses on a utomation of CFD
anal ysis proce ss. Using C progra m and
jour nal file fac ility in GA MBIT and ANSYS
FLU ENT, the sim ulation pro cess is aut o mated.
The geometry creation, mesh gene ration,
boun dary condi tions and s olution pro cess is
auto mated. ONE RA M6 wi ng is taken as test
case and CD/C L vs alpha graph is created
with inputs as range of an gle of attac k from
user .
Pro jects Opt imization of Inlet du cts for Serv er Room Co o ling
Hot Gas O utlet Col d Water H ot Gas Inlet Geom etry
Hot Gas O utlet
Col d Water
H ot Gas Inlet
Geom etry
Path li nes through fins
Path li nes through fins
Pro jects Opt imization of Inlet du cts for Serv er Room Co o ling
Pro jects Opt imization of Inlet du cts for Serv er Room Co o ling
Pro jects Opt imization of Inlet du cts for Serv er Room Co o ling
Pro jects Opt imization of Inlet du cts for Serv er Room Co o ling
Pro jects Opt imization of Inlet du cts for Serv er Room Co o ling

Fi n Type Hea t Exchange r Analysis

In this projec t the study of heat tran sfer betwe en hot exha ust air from engine an d cooling w ater is don e. For re ducing the c ell count sy mmetry an d periodic b oundary co nditions are used and f luid region between tw o fins ar e modeled using segre gated solv er of FLUE NT. All hex structured mesh is cr eated using ICEM‐CFD . The te mperature d rop of 150 C is seen fr o m inlet to o utlet of hot air.

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ANSYS FL UENT Indi a
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Ap rameya As sociates
Fl owmaster I ndia Pvt. L td.
KSB Pum ps Limited
Be hr India Li mited.
ACRI
W hirlPool, G TEC
Prico l Technolo gies
Kir loskar Bro thers Limi ted
Zeus Numerix P vt. Ltd
MWH Global
Mec hartes Res earchers P vt. Ltd
A dmission
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The selecti on of appli cant for the course is b ased on the followi ng criteria Perfor mance in t he Entranc e test and personal intervi ew based on fund amentals o f Fluid Mecha nics, Heat T ransfer Scores received at Graduation or post‐gr aduation level li ke B.E. /M.E . Scores received at the "A ccepted Q ualifying Examin ation" like GATE

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CCTech pr ovides cour se material to every stu dent. Cours e material c ontains sta ndard book s and comp osed notes. Boo ks provided as a Course Material in cludes:

Fluid M echanics – Fundament als and App lications by Yunus Cen gel and John Cimbala Heat a nd Mass Tra nsfer – A Pr actical App roach by Yu nus Cengel Compu tational Flu id Dynamic s – Basics W ith Applica tions by Joh n Anderson

Sh ort Ter m Cours e on CF D Analys is

Sh ort Ter m Cours e on CF D Analy s is Cou rse Statis t
Sh ort Ter m Cours e on CF D Analy s is Cou rse Statis t
 
   

Cou rse Statist ics

Dur ation The ory Session s Pra ctical Sessio ns Proj ect Work

: 6 Wee ks : 50 Ho urs : 50 Ho urs : 50 Ho urs

Sh ort Ter m Cours e on CF D Analy s is Cou rse Statis t

Cour se Feature s

W ell design ed course with perf ect blend of th eoretical fo undation an d software exposure Fo cus on pap er‐present ation and r esearch wo rk fo r students a spiring hig her studies abroad B est designe d for ind ustry prof essional w ho w ants to kno w “Know Ho w” of CFD i n short tim e Tr aining on o ne of the be st pre‐proc essing (ICE M‐ C FD) softwa re and o ne of the best solv er (F LUENT)

Sh ort Ter m Cours e on CF D Analy s is Cou rse Statis t

Who Should A ttend

BE (BE ( Civil, Mecha nical, Indus trial, Produ ction, Chemica l, Petroc hemical, Aerospace and Biomedi cal) Third Ye ar ( Sem‐II I) or Final Year Engin eering Students Final Ye ar B.E. Stud ents who ar e aspiring higher studies a broad Working profession als in Desig n, Manufac turing and Serv ice Industr y

Sh ort Ter m Cours e on CF D Analy s is Cou rse Statis t

Funda mental

Flu id Mechani cs

Der ivation and Understan ding of NS E quations

Hea t Transfer

Fun damentals of Conducti on, Convect ion and Rad iation, CHT

Ma thematics

Vec tor calculus , Ordinary d ifferential equations a nd Partial d ifferential e quations wi th eng ineering ap plications

Nu merical Me thods in CF D

Fini te Differen ce, Finite Vo lume Meth ods, Simple and Simple r PV‐ Coupli ng, Implicit and explicit me thods, cons istency, con vergence

Tur bulence M odeling

The ory of turb ulence, RAN S Models, Algebraic m odels, One equation m odels, Two equ ation mode ls, Near wal l treatment , LES and D NS

Sh ort Ter m Cours e on CF D Analy s is Cou rse Statis t
ICE M ­ CFD G e ometry Geometry import and repair Geometry Creation in ICEM‐CFD Build
ICE M ­ CFD G e ometry Geometry import and repair Geometry Creation in ICEM‐CFD Build
ICE M ­ CFD G e ometry Geometry import and repair Geometry Creation in ICEM‐CFD Build
ICE M ­ CFD G e ometry Geometry import and repair Geometry Creation in ICEM‐CFD Build
ICE M ­ CFD G e ometry Geometry import and repair Geometry Creation in ICEM‐CFD Build
 
 

ICE M­CFD

 
 

G eometry

 

Geometry import and repair Geometry Creation in ICEM‐CFD

Build Top ology

 

Stitch, Fill and Blend Gaps Display Tr ee for Geom etry

 

I

CEM­Tetra Creation o f Body (Flui d Domain) Global and Local Mesh Parameter s Prism Mes hing Mesh Clust ering using Density Mesh quali ty paramet ers Mesh Edit

M esh Outpu t

 
 

Creation o f Parts Applying B oundary Co nditions Mesh expo rt for FLUE NT

ICE M ­ CFD G e ometry Geometry import and repair Geometry Creation in ICEM‐CFD Build
 
   

FL UENT

 
 

In troduction and GUI

 

GUI and T UI Mode Overall CF D Process C ycle Basic steps for CFD An alysis using FLUENT

Re ading and Manipulat ing Grid

Grid impor t from vario us pre‐proc essors Creating no n‐conform al interface Merging Se parating Fu sing Zones Scaling and Translatio n Operation s

So lver

Boundary c onditions Solver Basi cs Solver Mat hs

ICEM­Hex a

Creation of 2D and 3D Block Block Initia lization, Bl ock creation using swee p, vertices Block Split using edge, using point O‐grid crea tion and m anipulation Vertex, edg e and face a ssociation, Move verte x operation s Pre‐Mesh P arameters Clustering using edge mesh, updat e mesh fun ction Pre‐Mesh Q uality Quality che ck paramet ers, pre‐me sh smooth

Modelin g
Modelin g

Model ing Conjuga te Heat Tra nsfer Model ing flows w ith Moving/ Deforming mesh Model ing Turbul e nce Model ing Multiph ase Model ing Turbo‐ Machinery

Postpro cessing and Interpret ation

Creati ng Line, Pla ne and Iso‐ Surfaces Rende ring the Mo del Conto ur and Vect or Plots Path l ines and ani mations Interp reting the r esults

ICE M ­ CFD G e ometry Geometry import and repair Geometry Creation in ICEM‐CFD Build
San dip N. Jadha v
San dip N. Jadha v
San dip N. Jadha v C ore Tea m Vijay Mali Co ­ f ounder and
C ore Tea m Vijay Mali
C ore Tea m
Vijay Mali

Co­f ounder and Chief Execu tive Officer Pro gram Direct or (CAD)

Co ­founder an d Chief Ope rational Offi cer Pr ogram Dire ctor (CFD)

Edu cation

Ed ucation

B.Te ch., Mechani cal Engineer ing, Dr B. A. Technologica l University, Lonere M.T ech., Aerospa ce Engineer i ng, Indian I nstitute of Te chnology, Bo mbay

Pro fessional Ex perience

B. E., Mechanica l Engineerin g, Shivaji University, Kolhapur M. Tech., Aeros pace Enginee ring, Indian Institute of T echnology, B ombay

Pr ofessional E xperience

Par t Modeling G roup, Solid Works (Indi a)

San dip has ma inly worke d on featu re base sol id mod eler develop ment using Parasolid B‐ Rep geometr ic kern el. He wor ked on mo st of the advanced an d com plex feature s such as shell, surfac e extend a nd surf ace knitting. He gained i mmense kn owledge abo ut CAD product arc hitecture an d software d evelopment at Soli dWorks

Co re Team De veloper, Flo Wizard, Flu ent India

Vij ay worked o n the develo pment of Flo Wizard, a n ext‐ ge neration aut omated CFD analysis sof tware by Flu ent In c. from Augu st 2005. He was the mesh ing specialis t in th e FloWizard developme nt team a nd worked on dif ferent mes hing requir ements of FloWizard. He de veloped and enhanced th e robust mes hing algorith ms for the automa ted grid gene rator in FloW izard

Co­f ounder Zeu s Numerix ( P) Ltd, Mum bai, India Gro up Leader, IITZeus Gr oup, IIT B ombay, Ind ia

Re search Asso ciate, MDO Group, CAS DE, IIT Bom bay

Vij ay has wor ked on shap e optimizati on of transo nic wi ng. He imp lemented A DIFOR whic h is sensiti vity an alysis and a utomatic diff erentiation tool vastly u sed for design an d optimizati on. His wo rk was mai nly foc used on sha pe optimiza tion of trans onic wing us ing CF D. He has int egrated diffe rent sensitiv ity analysis and op timization to ols with CFD solver. Duri ng this study he ha s also devel oped a cust omized TFI grid genera tor. Th is standalon e design t ool was use d to desig n a tra nsonic wing

He has sound knowledge of CFD and computatio nal en gineering. H e possesses a fine set o f programm ing ex pertise

Vij ay has been involved in various stud ent organizat ion an d event ma nagement at IIT Bomba y. He served as pr oduction tea m head and executive co uncil membe r in IIT Bombay stu dent body

De livered pres entation on “ Optimization of L/D for ON ERA‐M6 Wi ng Using ADI FOR and Eul er” at 100 Ye ars Sin ce First Pow ered Flight‐I nternational Seminar and Ad vances in Ae rospace Scie nces ‐A Tech nical Semina r, Ba ngalore

San dip has play ed a vital ro le in transfo rming IITZe us grou p, IIT Bomb ay from res earch group to commerci al enti ty. He becam e co‐founde r of Zeus Nu merix Pvt Lt d, Tec hnology Incu bator of IIT Bombay. Le ad the IITZe us grou p in various national an d internatio nal events a nd foru ms. He ma naged deve lopment in the area of geo metry and gr id generatio n. Sandip m ade significa nt cont ribution t o IITZeus product developme nt, sim ultaneously working wit h various m ission critic al con sultancy proj ects San dip is co‐arch itecture of fo llowing CAE products:

CFD

Expert

‐ Profession al CFD Packa ge

CFD

Tutor

‐ Educationa l package for CFD Trainin g

Aut oGM

‐ CNC code g enerator for CAD data

San dip has wor ked on var ious consul tancy projec ts from industry and resear ch organiza tion such as Gen eral Motors, Detroit, US A, Hindusta n Aeronauti cs Lim ited (HAL), I ndia, Naval S cientific and Technologic al Lab oratory, Indi a and D.R.D.O , India

San dip won the National Awa rd for Mecha nical Eng ineering Des ign during un dergraduate studies. He was the specializ ation topper during his M .Tech studie s at II T Bombay

San dip N. Jadha v C ore Tea m Vijay Mali Co ­ f ounder and
San dip N. Jadha v C ore Tea m Vijay Mali Co ­ f ounder and
San dip N. Jadha v C ore Tea m Vijay Mali Co ­ f ounder and
San dip N. Jadha v C ore Tea m Vijay Mali Co ­ f ounder and
Co re Team Nem Kum ar Chief Infor m ation Offic er (CIO) Program M anager
Co re Team Nem Kum ar
Co re Team
Nem Kum ar

Chief Infor mation Offic er (CIO) Program M anager (CA D)

Pawan Pathak
Pawan Pathak
Co re Team Nem Kum ar Chief Infor m ation Offic er (CIO) Program M anager

Senior M ember of T echnical Sta ff

Education

B.Tech, Aer onautical En gineering, Punjab Eng ineering Coll ege,Chandiga rh

Profession al Experien ce

SAP(Java ­ CoE), Cogni zant

Nem has m ainly worked on Web bas ed technolog ies like Java, J2EE, XML, and H TML. He w as part of t he SAP (Java‐CoE) (Centre of Excellence) team who were working on developing SAP‐XMII (xA pps Manufa cturing Integration and Intellige nce) experti se

Sam Math ew
Sam Math ew
Co re Team Nem Kum ar Chief Infor m ation Offic er (CIO) Program M anager

Assistant M anager (CF D)

Education

B.Tech., Che mical Engine ering, Indian Insti tute of Techn ology, Bomb ay

Dhanashr ee Bait
Dhanashr ee Bait
Co re Team Nem Kum ar Chief Infor m ation Offic er (CIO) Program M anager

Senior Acc ount Executi ve

Education

M.Com. Pune Unive rsity

Makaran d Kulkarni

Co re Team Nem Kum ar Chief Infor m ation Offic er (CIO) Program M anager

Senior Me mber of Tech nical Staff

Education

B. E., Autom obile Engine ering, North Maha rashtra Univ ersity

Educatio n

B. E., Aer onautical En gineering, North M aharashtra U niversity

Amit B hise
Amit B hise
Co re Team Nem Kum ar Chief Infor m ation Offic er (CIO) Program M anager

Member of Technica l Staff

Educatio n

M.Tech. ( CAD/CAM) SGGS, Na nded

Jalind er Sable
Jalind er Sable
Co re Team Nem Kum ar Chief Infor m ation Offic er (CIO) Program M anager

Membe r of Technic al Staff

Educati on

M.Tech. (CAD/CAM) SGGS, N anded

Harshi l Oza
Harshi l Oza
Co re Team Nem Kum ar Chief Infor m ation Offic er (CIO) Program M anager

Membe r of Technic al Staff

Educati on

  • B. E., Me chanical Eng ineering,

Saurab h Saini
Saurab h Saini
Co re Team Nem Kum ar Chief Infor m ation Offic er (CIO) Program M anager

Membe r of Technic al Staff

Educati on

  • B. E., Me chanical Eng ineering,

Co re Team Nem Kum ar Chief Infor m ation Offic er (CIO) Program M anager
Ad visory Boar d Prof . K. Sudhak a r Ph. D . (IIT Bomba y)
Ad visory Boar d
Ad visory Boar d
Ad visory Boar d Prof . K. Sudhak a r Ph. D . (IIT Bomba y)

Prof . K. Sudhaka r

Ph.D . (IIT Bomba y) Prof essor and Head, De partment o f Aerospac e Engi neering, Indi an Institute of Technolog y Bombay Spec ialization: M ultidisciplin ary Design Optimizatio n, Syst em Engineer ing

Mr. Rakesh Meh ta

M.Te ch. (IIT Bom bay) Dire ctor, Bit Map per Integrati on Technolo gies (P) Ltd. Dire ctor, Mechat ronics (P) Lt d. Pune Spec ialization: V LSI Design a nd Chip Fab rication, VL SI Trai ning

Prin cipal Consu ltant

Ad visory Boar d Prof . K. Sudhak a r Ph. D . (IIT Bomba y)

Dr. M. S. Tandal e

Ph. D. (Mechanic al Engineerin g) IIT Bomb ay Pro fessor and Head, De partment o f Mechanic al Eng ineering, Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Technologic al Universi ty, Lon ere. Spe cialization: H VAC, Therm al System De sign

Dr. Ashish V. Or pe

Ph. D. (Chemical Engineering) IIT Bombay Scie ntist (Nation al Chemical Laboratory) Spe cialization: F luid Mechani cs, Chemical Engineering

Mr Amitay Issa c

Ph. D. (UNSW, AD FA) M.T ech (CSE), II T Bombay

Spe cialization: MDO, Softw are Archite cture, Paral lel Com puting

Visiting F aculty
Visiting F aculty
Ad visory Boar d Prof . K. Sudhak a r Ph. D . (IIT Bomba y)

Mr. Vishv adeep Shriv astav

M.Tech (T hermal and Fluid), IIT Bo mbay Autodesk, Inc.

Mr. Vilas Kalamkar

Ph.D. (Tur bomachiner y), IIT Bomb ay Professor , Sardar Pate l College of E ngineering, Mumbai

Mr. Surya kant Negde ve

M.S. (Ther mal), IISc. B angalore Pursuing Ph.D. (Hyper sonic Flow), IIT Bombay

Mr. Abhis hek Jain

M.Tech. ( Aerodynamic s), IIT Bomb ay Zeus Num erix Pvt. Ltd. , Mumbai

Mr. Irsha d Khan

B.E. (Mec hanical), Pun e University Zeus Num erix Pvt. Ltd

Mr. Ashis h Choudhar i

B.E. (Com puter Scienc es), Mumbai University Zeus Num erix Pvt. Ltd

Mr. Rajes h Ghole

M.Tech. ( Biomedical E ngineering), School of biosciences a nd bioengin eering, IIT Bo mbay

Mr. Visha l K. Yadav

M.Tech. ( Process Engi neering) Dept of M etallurgical E ngineering, I IT Bombay

Ad visory Boar d Prof . K. Sudhak a r Ph. D . (IIT Bomba y)
Partne rs Geometric L imited, Pun e
Partne
rs
Geometric L imited, Pun e
Partne rs Geometric L imited, Pun e Centre for Co mputationa l Technologie s (CCTech) s

Centre for Co mputational Technologie s (CCTech) s igned a Mem orandum of Understandi ng (MOU) wi th Geometri c Limited in June, 2008 under which CCTech woul d provide tr ained human resources fr om Diploma in Advanced CAD develop ment (DACA D) course to Geometric

I n collaborat ion with Geo metric new DACAD progr am would o ffer excellent l earning and placement o pportunities for fresh eng ineering gra duates

Partne rs Geometric L imited, Pun e Centre for Co mputationa l Technologie s (CCTech) s
Partne rs Geometric L imited, Pun e Centre for Co mputationa l Technologie s (CCTech) s

Spat ial Corporat ion

CCTe ch becomes Spatial Univ ersity Partn er. As a Univ ersity Partn er, CCTe ch would ha ve access to t he best 3D t e chnologies a vailable for 3D mod eling and vi sualization. I t includes 3 D ACIS Mo deler, 3D AC IS Defo rmable Mode ling and HO OPS products .

Sie mens PLM Software (fo rmer UGS C orp., USA)

Sie mens PLM S oftware pro vided Paras olid geometr ic kernel to CCTech in Ju ne 2007. Cen tre for Com putational T echnologies, Pune becam e the first or ganization in India to offe r professiona l and studen t Parasolid t raining

Pa rasolid user base estimat ed to be mo re than two million end‐ users. This ha s boosted CC Tech CAD De velopment G roup capabil ities immens ely

Partne rs Geometric L imited, Pun e Centre for Co mputationa l Technologie s (CCTech) s
Partne rs Geometric L imited, Pun e Centre for Co mputationa l Technologie s (CCTech) s

Te chSoft3D, U SA

Te chsoft, USA provided H oops3D grap hical kernel to CCTech in M arch 2007. C CTech is onl y organizatio n to offer pr ofessional a nd st udent traini ng on Hoop s3D in Indi a. HOOPS 3D technolo gy pr ovides integ rated suite of componen ts which en able the rap id de velopment of high‐per formance d esign, visu alization, a nd en gineering ap plications

Num eca Interna tional, Belg ium

Num eca is a majo r CFD softw are vendor f r om Europe with large user base in Turb o‐machinery and Aerosp ace industry segm ent. Nume ca and Cent re for Com putational T echnologies (CCT ech), Pune signed M OU agreem ent regard ing mutual colla boration to promote Nu meca CFD p roduct offeri ng in Indian indu stry.

Partne rs Geometric L imited, Pun e Centre for Co mputationa l Technologie s (CCTech) s
Num eca provide s all the sup port to CCT ech in terms of software licen
Num eca provide s all the sup port to CCT ech in terms of software
licen sing, trainin g and trouble shooting
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Balanced a ssessments b ased on inte rnal examina tions and pr oject

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Fa cility and In frastructur e:

1000 sq. fe et CAD/CFD lab and class room at a pr ime location in Pune city High end g raphics mac hine with 17 ” LCD for eac h individual Class room s equip with LCD Project ors, Laptop 16 Node/1 6GB LINUX cluster for Hi gh Performa nce Computa tion Connectivi ty of 100 Mb ps internal L AN and high speed Broad band Linux prox y, file and lic ense servers for data sec urity and dat a storage Course ma terial availab le on intran et.

Digital Me dia Library a t CCTech con tains a collec tion of more than 30,000 books.

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So ftware and Computing

So ftware prod ucts and com puting facilit ies owned by CCTech:

SolidW orks (Profes sional) 2008 15 nod e License of P arasolid Geo metric Kern el 20 nod e License of Hoops3D Gra phics Kerne l 15 nod e License of ACIS Geomet ric Kernel

20 node Lic ense of ANS YS Products ( Acad)

15 node Licens e of Numeca Products (A cad) IGG AutoM esh, HEXP RESS

AN SYS CFX AN SYS Workbe nch AN SYS ICEM CF D

• • AN SYS AI*Envir onment 20 node Lic ense of FLUE NT Products (Acad)

Flu ent Ga mbit TG rid

Fine/T urbo, Fine/ Hexa 20 Node Licen se of Zeus Pa ckages (Acad and Profess ional)

CFDTu tor CFDEx pert

Ev aluation an d Certificati on: • Continuou s evaluation a nd perform a nce improv
Impo rtant D ates
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SR . NO.

Activ ity

 

Date

1

Iss ue of Applic ation Form s

 

2

La st Date of Is sue of Appli cation Form

 

3

Wr itten Test a nd Persona l Interview

 

4

Co urse Comm encement

 

5

Co urse Compl etion

 

6

Ce rtificate Dis tribution

 

Note: Due to una voidable cir cumstances the schedu le displayed above may change. Th e revise d schedule will be noti fied on web site www.c ctech.co.in. Please refer the websit e or conta ct our office for any oth er informat ion

Imp ortant Links

CAD Developmen t Course (DA CAD)

CFD Analysis Cou rse (DACFD)

CCTe ch Placemen t Activities

Abou t CCTech

: http://www .cctech.co.in /training/da cad/DACAD. htm

: http://www .cctech.co.in /training/da cfd/DACFD.h tm

: http://www .cctech.co.in /training/pl acement.htm

: http://www .cctech.co.in /common/a boutus.htm

Impo rtant D ates SR . NO. Acti v ity Date 1 Iss ue of Appli
For DACAD Nem Kumar Program Manager DACAD Centre for Computational Technologies Pvt. Ltd. Phone: +91 98811

For DACAD

Nem Kumar Program Manager DACAD

Centre for Computational Technologies Pvt. Ltd.

Phone: +91 98811 95918 Email: nem@cctech.co.in

For DACAD Nem Kumar Program Manager DACAD Centre for Computational Technologies Pvt. Ltd. Phone: +91 98811

For DACFD

Vijay Mali Program Director DACFD

Centre for Computational Technologies Pvt. Ltd.

Phone: +91 98508 61178 Email: vijay@cctech.co.in

For DACAD Nem Kumar Program Manager DACAD Centre for Computational Technologies Pvt. Ltd. Phone: +91 98811
For DACAD Nem Kumar Program Manager DACAD Centre for Computational Technologies Pvt. Ltd. Phone: +91 98811
For DACAD Nem Kumar Program Manager DACAD Centre for Computational Technologies Pvt. Ltd. Phone: +91 98811
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For DACAD Nem Kumar Program Manager DACAD Centre for Computational Technologies Pvt. Ltd. Phone: +91 98811

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For DACAD Nem Kumar Program Manager DACAD Centre for Computational Technologies Pvt. Ltd. Phone: +91 98811
For DACAD Nem Kumar Program Manager DACAD Centre for Computational Technologies Pvt. Ltd. Phone: +91 98811
For DACAD Nem Kumar Program Manager DACAD Centre for Computational Technologies Pvt. Ltd. Phone: +91 98811

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: +91 20 2552 1873

Flat No.6, Bharati Apartment,

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: www.cctech.co.in

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