ENGINEERING DESIGN AND MANUFACTURING


Lead Instructor (s):

Prof. Dr. Wasim Ahmad Khan Engr. Shahbaz Mahmood Khan Engr. Yasir M Khan
PhD, CEng, FIMechE MS MS

Dates:

10-14 July 2017

Course Fee:

PKR 90,000/-


This course has limited enrollment. Apply early to guarantee your spot.


Course Summary

Engineering Design and Manufacturing has always remained a weak area for engineers belonging to third world countries. There is hardly any design and manufacturing exercise practiced in these countries as the black boxes (products) are imported and used for a non-optimal service life. These products are scarcely maintained as the knowhow of various aspects of maintenance engineering is not there. Eventually these products are discarded without giving thought to optimum product life cycle.

These products, normally multi-disciplinary in nature, consume highly valuable foreign exchange and are a burden on national exchequer. At several occasions there is even an embargo on import of these products. After sales service is minimal and costs a lot.

Pakistan is a developing country and is one of the Next Eleven, the eleven countries that, along with the BRICs (Brazil, Russia, India and China), have a potential to become one of the world’s large economies in the 21st century. This forecast requires hands on experience for engineers of this country to practice innovative engineering design and manufacturing in a highly conversant manner.

There are an enormous number of products those are currently imported from overseas those can easily be designed and manufactured locally. There are also innovative ideas in the minds of local engineers and professional those need conversion into a tangible product through the knowledge of engineering design and manufacturing.

This short course has been designed to raise the confidence of local graduates and professionals and to encourage them to start indulging into professional engineering design and manufacturing of multidisciplinary products.

Who should attend?

  • Managers (Design Office)
  • Managers (Production Shop)
  • Graduate Mechanical Engineers
  • Graduate Industrial Engineers
  • Process Planners
  • CAD/CAM Managers
  • Trainers
  • Industrial Trainees

What will you learn?

  • Technique to perform System Approach to Design
  • Technique to perform System Approach to Manufacturing
  • To Draw Comparison between Conventional and System Approaches for Engineering Design and Manufacturing
  • Ability to Select Design, Manufacturing and Assembly Processes from Need to Packaging
  • Ability to Plan Use of Conventional and Computer Aided Facilities in Combination
  • Standards in Engineering Design and Manufacturing
  • Future of Engineering Design and Manufacturing

PROGRAM OUTLINE

Day 0

7:00 PM

ARRIVAL

8:00 – 9:30 PM.

DINNER

Day 1

8:00 - 8:30 AM.

BREAKFAST

8:30 – 8:45 AM.

Introduction

  • Introduction of the Instructors
  • Introduction of attendees with a brief discussion of their experience and expectations.

8:45 – 9:30 AM.

Functions and Processes

Identification of Need

  • Customer Need Identification
  • Customer Requirement and Engineering Characteristics
  • Quality Function Deployment & Product Data Specification

9:30 – 10:45 AM.

Conventional Approach to Engineering Design and Manufacturing

  • An Overview
  • Methodology Practiced locally

10:45 – 11:00 AM.

MORNING BREAK

11:00 – 01:00 PM.

Introduction to system approach to engineering design

  • System Approach to Concept Design
    • Concept Selection
  • System Approach to Embodiment Design
    • Design analysis
  • System Approach to Detail Design
    • Design Documentation

01:00 – 02:15 PM.

LUNCH AND PRAYER BREAK

02:15 – 03:00 PM.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

03:00 – 03:15 PM.

 

Computer Aids for system approach to engineering Design

  • Modeling using computer aided design packages
  • Neutral geometry transfer standards
  • CAD package interface with
    • Stress Analysis Software
    • Thermal Analysis Software
    • Computational fluid dynamics Analysis Software
    • Modal Analysis Software
    • Mechanism Analysis Software
    • Fluid Structural Interaction Software
    • Thermal Structural Interaction Software
    • Material model Software

 

TEA BREAK

 

03:00 – 05:00 PM.

 

 

  • CAD package interface with
    • Machine elements vendors
    • Control elements Vendors
    • Geometry database
    • Material databases
  • Future of CAD Packages
  • Future of Vendor Interfaces

 

08:00 – 09:00 PM.

 

Dinner

 

Day 2 

8:00 - 8:30 AM.

BREAKFAST

8:30 – 8:45 AM.

Introduction to engineering design analysis

  • Design analysis for discrete products

8:45 – 10:45 AM

Parametric Design and Manufacturing of Hand Tools- A Case Study

 

10:45 – 11:00 AM.

MORNING BREAK

11:00 – 01:00 PM.

Hands on with CAD packages  

  • CREO
    • CAD modeling
    • Assembly
    • Mechanism design and manufacturing

01:00 – 02:15 PM.

LUNCH AND PRAYER BREAK

02:15 – 03:00 PM.

 

 

 

 

Hands on with analysis packages  

  • ANSYS
    • Structural analysis
    • Thermal Analysis
    • MultiPhysics analysis

 

03:00 – 03:15 PM.

 

TEA BREAK

03:15 – 05:00 PM.

 

Hands on with Multibody Dynamics  packages  

  • ADAMS
    • Multibody dynamics

Review of Fluid Structural Interaction Software

Review of Thermal Structural Interaction Software

08:00 – 09:00 PM.

 

Dinner

 

 

 

Day 3

8:00 - 8:30 AM.

BREAKFAST

8:30 – 10:45 AM.

Engineering design and Manufacturing using Computer Aids

  • CAD/CAPP/CAM Cycle
  • 1980-1990
  • 2000-2017

10:45 – 11:00 AM.

MORNING BREAK

11:00 – 01:00 PM.

CAPP

  • Manual Process planning
  • Computer aided process planning
  • Generative process planning
  • Variant process planning

 

01:00 – 02:15 PM.

LUNCH AND PRAYER BREAK

02:15 – 03:00 PM.

 

 

 

 

Part Programming

 

  • Part programming standards
  • EIA 274D:1979/ISO 6983-1:2001/STEP-NC

 

03:00 – 03:15 PM.

 

TEA BREAK

03:15 – 05:00 PM.

 

Part Programming (Continue)

 

07:00 – 09:00 PM.

 

Grand Dinner at River Indus Beach

 

Day 4

8:00 - 8:30 AM.

BREAKFAST

8:30 – 10:45 AM.

Computer aided part programming

  • Pro Engineering
  • Cutter location data
  • Post processor

 

10:45 – 11:00 AM.

MORNING BREAK

11:00 – 01:00 PM.

Computer aided part programming (Continue)

01:00 – 02:15 PM.

LUNCH AND PRAYER BREAK

02:15 – 03:00 PM.

 

 

 

 

Computer aided part programming (Continue)

03:00 – 03:15 PM.

 

TEA BREAK

03:15 – 05:00 PM.

 

Introduction to system approach to manufacturing

 

  • Classification of manufacturing process
  • Components and classification of manufacturing system
  • Production documentation
  • System approach to manufacturing

08:00 – 09:00 PM.

 

Dinner

 

Day 5

8:00 - 8:30 AM.

BREAKFAST

8:30 – 10:45 AM.

Case study

  • Modeling a Mechanical Linear Actuator
  • Mechanism Design

10:45 – 11:00 AM.

MORNING BREAK

11:00 – 01:00 PM.

Manufacturing of a Linear Actuator on CNC turning machine

  • Production documentation
  • Part Programming

01:00 – 02:15 PM.

LUNCH AND PRAYER BREAK

02:15 – 03:00 PM.

 

 

 

 

Universal Engineering Design and Manufacturing Cycle

 

Standards for Engineering Design and manufacturing

03:00 – 03:15 PM.

 

TEA BREAK

03:15 – 04:30 PM.

 

Product Life Cycle

 

03:15 – 04:30 PM.

 

Concluding Remarks and Tea

05:00 PM

Departure

 

 

Departure