M. Tech Computer Aided Analysis & Design - Overview

M. Tech in Computer-Aided Analysis and Design (CAAD) is a two-year postgraduate specialisation degree course offered by the Department of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering. The PG program focuses on strengthening the theoretical and practical knowledge of the students in the core areas of design and analysis so as to meet the needs of the industries as well as R&D organizations. The core objectives of the programme are to: (a) Impart core concepts of Mechanical design to solve complex problems of society and industry, considering the ethical, legal and environmental issues (b) Provide comprehensive theoretical and hands-on experience in computer-based modelling, analysis and design of mechanical components and systems with a multi-disciplinary approach and (c) Promote a culture of research and publish research articles/technical reports associated with computer aided analysis and design of mechanical components and systems applied to multi- disciplinary domains. The PG program Incorporates:

  • Highly qualified and dedicated faculty.
  • Well-equipped laboratories.
  • Seminar presentation.
  • Industrial Training.
  • Guest lectures by experts.
  • Various co-curricular activities such as paper and poster presentations.

 

AIMS/PEOS OF THE PROGRAM (As per IET & NBA)

AIM 1/PEO 1: Impart core concepts of Mechanical design to solve complex problems of society and industry, considering the ethical, legal, and environmental issues.

AIM 2/PEO 2: Provide comprehensive theoretical and hands-on experience in computer-based modelling, analysis and design of mechanical components and systems with a multi-disciplinary approach.

AIM 3/PEO 3: Promote a culture of research and publish research articles/technical reports associated with computer aided analysis and design of mechanical components and systems applied to multi-disciplinary domains, considering the ethical and legal issues in research and publication.

 

PROGRAM LEARNING OUTCOMES (as per IET)

Post Graduates of the Computer Aided Design and Analysis program must:

LO 1: Apply a comprehensive knowledge of mathematics, statistics, natural science and engineering principles to the solution of complex problems. Much of the knowledge will be at the forefront of the particular subject of study and informed by a critical awareness of new developments and the wider context of engineering.

LO 2: Formulate and analyse complex problems to reach substantiated conclusions. This will involve evaluating available data using first principles of mathematics, statistics, natural science and engineering principles, and using engineering judgment to work with information that may be uncertain or incomplete, discussing the limitations of the techniques employed.

LO 3: Select and apply appropriate computational and analytical techniques to model complex problems, discussing the limitations of the techniques employed.

LO 4: Select and critically evaluate technical literature and other sources of information to solve complex problems.

LO 5: Design solutions for complex problems that evidence some originality and meet a combination of societal, user, business and customer needs as appropriate. This will involve consideration of applicable health and safety, diversity, inclusion, cultural, societal, environmental and commercial matters, codes of practice and industry standards.

LO 8: Evaluate the environmental and societal impact of solutions to complex problems (to include the entire life-cycle of a product or process) and minimise adverse impacts.

LO 9: Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader of a team. Evaluate effectiveness of own and team performance.

LO 10: Communicate effectively on complex engineering matters with technical and non-technical audiences, evaluating the effectiveness of the methods used.

 

PROGRAM OUTCOMES (as per NBA)

The postgraduates of CAAD shall exhibit:

PO 1:  Investigation - An ability to independently carry out research /investigation and development work to solve practical problems.

PO 2: Communication - An ability to write and present a substantial technical report/document.

PO 3: Specialization Knowledge & Problem Solving - Students should be able to demonstrate a degree of mastery over the area as per the specialization of the program. The mastery should be at a level higher than the requirements in the appropriate bachelor program.

PO 4: Design & Develop Solutions while using Modern Tools - Synergize the knowledge of design engineering and computer tools to provide solutions to real-world complex engineering problems.

PO5: Individual/ Team Member - Demonstrate the knowledge of design engineering and management principles, and function effectively in performing complex engineering activity.

M. Tech Computer Aided Analysis & Design - Career Opportunities

  • Mechanical core industries including aerospace, auto industry, etc.
  • National and international research centers.
  • G.E India, Honeywell, Altair, Bosch, L&T, TCS.
  • Design and Analysis of Mechanical system, Product design and development, R & D, Academics.

Course Outline

MTech Computer-Aided Analysis and Design

Key Dates & Deadlines

15

15

Mar ' 23

Last date to Apply

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Tentative Course Commencement Date

M. Tech Computer Aided Analysis & Design - Course Duration

2 years (4 semesters)

M. Tech Computer Aided Analysis & Design - Qualification

BE / BTech in Mechanical Engineering/ Industrial and Production Engineering / Mechatronics / Manufacturing Engineering / Automobile Engineering / Aeronautical Engineering.

Facilties

Laboratories
World-class laboratories give learning a practical dimension

Innovation Centre
State-of-the-art Innovation Centre to facilitate multi-disciplinary research

Libraries
Libraries have excellent resources for reference and study

MUTBI
Paper tree - A green initiative by MIT students of MUTBI

Computing Facility
Wi-fi campus with modern computing and digital facilities