Aeronautical Engineering

Aerospace Engineering:

Owing to an unprecedented growth of air traffic and emergence of new sets of users, there is a constant need to design new aircraft models and passenger aircraft. Designers need conceptual creativity skills and strong background in aerodynamic, structural and propulsive technologies. Also as the introduction of software tools has drastically changed the aircraft development scene, designers need to acquire skills to use software in aircraft sizing, performance analysis, weight and cost prediction, among others.

AutoCAD 2D/3D :

What is AutoCAD?

AutoCAD is one of the leading software packages developed for producing 2D/3D dimensional Computer Aided Designs. AutoCAD is designed to produce accurate drawing with ease, offering the user flexibility to transform and present drawings instantaneously. Course is tailored to learners with little or no previous knowledge of CAD. This foundation course is structured to introduce learners to the AutoCAD program and develop their skills to an intermediate level.

Topics covered:

This course focuses on the interface of AutoCAD, The Advanced Drawing & Editing Commands, Blocks and XREFs, Mastering Dimension Styles, and the Use of Viewports, Dimensioning, and The Importance of Accuracy, complex scaling and presentation tools- used in many CAD-Based environments. Learn many time-saving-techniques and gain the upper hand when designing complex drawings.

How is the course delivered?

Our highly experienced instructors will guide you, step-by-step, through the key techniques you need to learn to use the application effectively. Our AutoCAD courses have been developed by CAD professionals to teach you in the most efficient way. They have been attended by many hundreds of delegates over 10 years. Our overall approval rating for AutoCAD training in feedback provided anonymously exceeds 90%.The course is delivered at one of our Centers and has been structured to give you the most flexible training available. Tutorial books are issued so that you can work at your own pace. Forget class-room environments where everyone needs to be on the same page, as you will be able to re-tread over past exercises until you are confident in your abilities.



CATIA is a multi-platform software suite for computer-aided design (CAD), computer-aided manufacturing (CAM), computer-aided engineering (CAE), PLM and 3D software. CATIA supports multiple stages of product development including conceptualization, design (CAD), engineering (CAE) and manufacturing (CAM). CATIA facilitates collaborative engineering across disciplines around its 3DEXPERIENCE platform, including surfacing & shape design, electrical, fluid and electronic systems design, mechanical engineering and systems engineering. CATIA enables the creation of 3D parts, from 3D sketches, sheet metal, composites, and molded, forged or tooling parts up to the definition of mechanical assemblies. the software provides advanced technologies for mechanical surfacing & BIW. It provides tools to complete product definition, including functional tolerances as well as kinematics definition. CATIA provides a wide range of applications for tooling design, for both generic tooling and mold & die.


CATIA offers a solution to shape design, styling, surfacing workflow and visualization to create, modify and validate complex innovative shapes from industrial design to Class-A surfacing with the ICEM surfacing technologies. CATIA supports multiple stages of product design whether started from scratch or from 2D sketches

Aerospace Engineering:

Owing to an unprecedented growth of air traffic and emergence of new sets of users, there is a constant need to design new aircraft models and passenger aircraft. Designers need conceptual creativity skills and strong background in aerodynamic, structural and propulsive technologies. Also as the introduction of software tools has drastically changed the aircraft development scene, designers need to acquire skills to use software in aircraft sizing, performance analysis, weight and cost prediction, among others.

Creo Parametric/Pro Engineer

Creo is a family or suite of design software supporting product design for discrete manufacturers and is developed by PTC . The suite consists of apps, each delivering a distinct set of capabilities for a user role within product development. Creo Parametric compete directly with CATIA , Siemens NX /Solidedge, and Solidworks . Creo Elements/Pro (formerly Pro/ENGINEER), PTC's parametric, integrated 3D CAD/CAM/CAE solution, is used by discrete manufacturers for mechanical engineering , design and manufacturing. Pro/ENGINEER was the industry's first rule-based 3D CAD modeling system.


The parametric modeling approach uses parameters, dimensions, features, and relationships to capture intended product behavior and create a recipe which enables design automation and the optimization of design and product development processes. Creo Elements/Pro can be used to create a complete 3D digital model of manufactured goods. The models consist of 2D and 3D solid model data which can also be used downstream in finite element analysis , rapid prototyping , tooling design, and CNC manufacturing. All data are associative and interchangeable between the CAD, CAE and CAM modules without conversion . A product and its entire bill of materials (BOM) can be modeled accurately with fully associative engineering drawings , and revision control information. The associativity functionality in Creo Elements/Pro enables users to make changes in the design at any time during the product development process and automatically update downstream deliverables. This capability enables concurrent engineering – design, analysis and manufacturing engineers working in parallel – and streamlines product development processes.

Course Outline:

Learn from industry recognized experts, all our training classes are conducted by experienced faculty or certified training partners. Our course curriculum and instructors combine subject matter expertise with industry experience. Our training sessions are delivered with consistent quality no matter where you are located.


  • Introduction to CAD/CAM and PRO/E
  • Working in the sketcher environment
  • Creating and manipulating geometry in sketcher mode
  • Dimensioning and editing dimensions
  • Regenerating a section
  • Adding relations to sketch
  • Sketcher hints

Part & Adv. Part Modeling

  • Setting of the part, Creating the first feature as the datum planes
  • Basic steps for creating a section on the model.
  • Constraining and regenerating the section
  • Creating an extruded feature (protrusion and cut)
  • Revolving a profile, revolving through a solid object
  • Creating thin features, Sweeping a profile and 3D parts
  • Creating blend features, Parallel blends Rotational blends
  • Creation of advanced features
  • Variable section sweep, Options common to variable section sweeps and swept blends
  • Helical sweep- creating different types of springs and threaded features
  • Section to surface blends creation and Surface to surface blends creation
  • Creating hole features-straight and sketched holes
  • Creating chamfer-edge chamfer and corner chamfer
  • Creating rounds-simple and advanced
  • Creating variable radius rounds
  • Creating full rounds, Creating round through a curve
  • TWEAK feature creation, Draft, Offset, Toroidal blend, Spinal blend
  • Free form, Patterning features, Pattern options
  • Identical pattern, Varying pattern
  • General pattern, Modifying table driven patterns

Assembly Modeling

  • Starting out in assembling mode
  • Datum planes as the first features
  • Placing a base component
  • Placement of constraint types (Mate, Mate offset, Align, Align offset, Insert)
  • Orient, Coordinate system, Tangent, Point on surface, Edge on surface and Default options
  • Assembling components in a pattern
  • Reference pattern
  • Placing members for packaging
  • Finalizing the packaged members
  • Assembling components more than once (Repeat option)
  • Replacing the components in an assembly
  • Simplified representation
  • Creating exploded views
  • Creating X-section views for assemblies


  • Drawing fundamentals
  • Adding items to a drawing
  • Creating and placing drawing views
  • Working with major view types, General view- changing default orientation
  • Auxiliary, detailed and revolved views, Controlling the visibility of model
  • Moving and modifying the views, Redefining the views,
  • 2D drafting, Creating the dimensions, Drawing notes
  • Geometric tolerances, Detail menu on drawing mode
  • Creating the drawing tables, Adding new sheets to the drawing

Learning Outcomes

Product Design

Creo Elements/Pro offers a range of tools to enable the generation of a complete digital representation of the product being designed. In addition to the general geometry tools there is also the ability to generate geometry of other integrated design disciplines such as industrial and standard pipe work and complete wiring definitions. Tools are also available to support collaborative development. A number of concept design tools that provide up-front Industrial Design concepts can then be used in the downstream process of engineering the product. These range from conceptual Industrial design sketches, reverse engineering with point cloud data and comprehensive free-form surface.


Creo Elements/Pro has numerous analysis tools available and covers thermal, static, dynamic and fatigue finite element analysis along with other tools all designed to help with the development of the product. These tools include human factors, manufacturing tolerance, mould flow and design optimization. The design optimization can be used at a geometry level to obtain the optimum design dimensions and in conjunction with the finite element analysis.

Surface Modeling

Creo has a good surface modeling capabilities also. Using commands like Boundary blend and Sweep we can create surface models. Advance options like Style (Interactive Surface Design Extension - ISDX) and Freestyle provide more capabilities to designer to create complicated models with ease.


By using the fundamental abilities of the software with regards to the single data source principle, it provides a rich set of tools in the manufacturing environment in the form of tooling design and simulated CNC machining and output. Tooling options cover specialty tools for molding, die-casting and progressive tooling design.

NX CAD (Unigraphics)

NX CAD CAM, formerly known as NX Unigraphics or usually just UNIGRAPHICS, is an advanced high end CAD/CAM/CAE software package originally developed by Unigraphics. NX provides seamless integration that enables you to process information and changes rapidly across all development disciplines. Siemens NX provides a common platform for product development with advanced solutions not only for designing, but for simulation and manufacturing as well. It is used, among other tasks, for:

• Design (parametric and direct solid/surface modelling)
• Engineering analysis (static; dynamic; electro-magnetic; thermal, using the finite element method; and fluid, using the finite volume method).
• Manufacturing finished design by using included machining modules.
• Advanced conceptual designing, 3D modelling and documentation
• Multidiscipline simulation for structural, motion, thermal, flow, multiphysics and optimization applications
• Complete part manufacturing solutions for tooling, machining and quality inspection

Siemens NX is used in all manufacturing segments like Automotive, Industrial Machinery, Power and Energy, Consumer Goods etc and also in companies that provide CAD services and CAE services like industrial design & styling, package design, mechanical design, electromechanical systems design, mechanical simulation, electromechanical simulation, tooling & fixture design, machining and engineering process management.

ANSYS Workbench

ANSYS Workbench is the framework upon which the industry’s broadest and deepest suite of advanced engineering simulation technology is built. An innovative project schematic view ties together the entire simulation process, guiding the user through even complex multiphysics analyses with drag-and-drop simplicity. With bi-directional CAD connectivity, the power of ANSYS Workbench comes from ANSYS solver algorithms with years of experience. Furthermore, the object of ANSYS Workbench is verification and improving of the product in virtual environment .


HyperMesh is a market-leading, multi-disciplinary finite element pre-processor which manages the generation of the largest, most complex models, starting with the import of a CAD geometry to exporting ready-to-run solver file. ... The ability to generate high quality mesh quickly is one of HyperMesh's core competencies. The advanced geometry and meshing capabilities provide an environment for rapid model generation. The ability to generate high quality mesh quickly is one of HyperMesh’s core competencies. Industry trends show a migration to modular sub-system design and continued exploration of new materials; HyperMesh has advanced model assembly tools capable of supporting complex sub-system generation and assembly, in addition, modeling of laminate composites is supported by advanced creation, editing and visualization tools. Design change is made possible via mesh morphing and geometry dimensioning. HyperMesh is a solver neutral environment that also has an extensive API which allows for advanced levels customization.


Heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) is the technology of indoor and vehicular environmental comfort. Its goal is to provide thermal comfort and acceptable indoor air quality. HVAC system design is a sub-discipline of mechanical engineering, based on the principles of thermodynamics, fluid mechanics, and heat transfer. HVAC is an important part of residential structures such as single family homes, apartment buildings, hotels and senior living facilities, medium to large industrial and office buildings such as skyscrapers and hospitals, onboard vessels, and in marine environments, where safe and healthy building conditions are regulated with respect to temperature and humidity, using fresh air from outdoors.

HVAC technology combines a variety of topics: from general communication standards in building technologies, the role hydraulics plays in heating and cooling, room automation, lighting and shading technologies to the functionality of sensors and their proper installation and adjustment. We consolidate knowledge for technology buffs and experts alike and provide useful content from a variety of sources.

Introduction to building automation / HVAC technology

• Learn about buildings physical principles, heating and hydraulic systems, ventilation and air conditioning, measuring.
• Control technology
• Control of heating plants
• Hydraulics in building systems

Communication in building automation

• The communication protocol BACnet was specially developed for the requirements of buildings. It is suited for both the automation and the management level. The emphasis is placed on building automation with a view to HVAC plants, fire control panels, intrusion detection and access control systems.

Measure technology

• Learn how to measure response, tolerance and errors. Find help at defining variables for HVAC, at the placement and installation of sensors and for planning measurement.
• Psychometric chart - structure and application

Understand heating & cooling technologies

• Demand-controlled ventilation
• Control of ventilation and air conditioning plants
• Heat recovery in the refrigeration cycle
• Refrigeration technology
• Modulation capacity control in the refrigeration cycle

Valves & actuators

• This 3D animation tool to learn about functions of magnetic actuators, for valve demonstration, valve electronics and further features. Click here to download and extract the ZIP before opening the Flash file.
• Refrigeration VASP: No need to think about selection of refrigerant valves again. This excel program makes your life easier