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M.Tech.

DESIGN ENGINEERING

The M.Tech. Design Engineering programme aims at imparting advanced knowledge to participants in design necessary for
complex engineering systems having predominantly mechanical, electrical and electronic components and to a limited extent
requires computer software, chemical reagents, biological reagents and management support. Such systems involve several
types of nonlinearities, such as geometric, material and parametric nonlinearities, necessitating a more general treatment of the
problem. Such general treatment requires the knowledge of numerical solution to complex governing equations and boundary
conditions, multi-parameter logical decision-making methods and appreciation of the link of product to the environment. All these
aspects are covered in this programme.
The four semester M.Tech. Design Engineering programme for working professionals also imparts knowledge on designing
robust products that are economical and can cater to the downstream product life stages such as manufacturing, assembly and
maintenance.

Programme Highlights

Learn without any career break by attending weekend lectures in Bangalore/ Delhi NCR/ Pune/ Chennai led by
BITS Pilani faculty
Industry relevant & rigorous curriculum that integrates modern academic content with evolving requirements of the
workplace
Projects drawn from the work environment provide a professionally relevant learning experience
Tools such as COMSOL, ANSYS and Abaqus for finite element analysis of stress and strain distributions as well as
dynamical and vibrational modelling
Tools like Design Expert and Minitab for design of experiments and robust designs
Tools like Matlab and CREO for geometric modelling and CAD

Programme Objectives
The educational objectives of the microelectronics programme are to produce graduates who attain the following skills or
characteristics:
A sound knowledge of the fundamental scientific principles involved in the operation, design, and fabrication of integrated
circuits
A comprehensive understanding of relevant technologies such as integrated circuit process integration and manufacturing
Understand the basic and advanced circuit and system design techniques for digital, analog and RF domains
An ability to use the techniques, skills, and modern engineering tools necessary for engineering practice

Learning Outcomes
Participants completing this programme can:

Work as a design engineer/ consultant for designing of products requiring detailed analysis using tools such as using finite
element methods due to products complex geometry, multi-material composition and variety of loading cases such as static,
dynamic and fatigue loads

Function as specialist consultant for vibrational characterization of complex machines or machine components

Further enhance personal stature as specialist by undertaking doctoral level in-depth research in composite material based
design, simulation and analysis procedures, vibration and dynamics characterization of machines or modern product design
methodologies

Function in a product development team as a team member specializing in the computer aided engineering using modern
tools such as FEM

Function as system integrator for mechatronic systems where synergy of both mechanical and electrical/ electronic control
systems are involved

Eligibility
Employed professionals working in engineering design and allied fields, holding BE/ B.Tech./ M.Sc. or equivalent in relevant
disciplines, with minimum one year relevant work experience.

Fee Structure
The following fees schedule is applicable for candidates seeking new admission during the academic year 2016-17:
Application Fees (one time)

INR 1,500

Admission Fees (one time)

INR 15,000

Semester Fees (per semester) :

INR 45,750

Semesterwise Programme Structure


First Semester
Finite Element Analysis
Advanced Engineering Mathematics
Product Design
Materials Technology & Testing

Third Semester
Computer Aided Analysis and Design
Mechanical System Design
Concurrent Engineering
Dynamics & Vibrations

Second Semester
Machine Tool Engineering
Mechatronics
Theory of Elasticity and Plasticity
Mechanism and Robotics

Fourth Semester
Project Work

Application information:
Admissions begin: Jan 9, 2017
Last date to apply: Feb 11, 2017
Classes begin:
Mar 04, 2017