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  1. 1. Sir C. R. Reddy College of Engineering COURSE FILE YEAR : 2011-12 SEM : SECOND ELURU – 534 007, W. G. Dist., Andhra Pradesh. Faculty Details: Name of the Faculty M.RAJYALAKSHMI Designation ASSISTANT PROFESSOR Department MECHANICAL ENGINEERING Course details : Name of the programme IV/IV B.E. Semester SECOND Title of the subject COMPUTER AIDED DESIGN Subject code MEC 422 No of students 68 Batch 2008-2012 Subject Core Subject Enclosures to course file 1. Time table and syllabus copy provided to you may also be filled in it. 2. Please each attach the marks list of the students in respect of internal examination 1,2 and 3 for this subject in your course file. 3. Photocopy of the best and the worst answer sheet for I, II and IIIrd internals be included in the course file. 4. List of assignments/seminar topics you have given to students should also be included in the course file. 5. Model question paper, which you have distributed to the student in the beginning of the semester for the subject should be included in the course file. 6. Any additional resources like OHP transparencies, hand outs and PPTs used may also be filed in it.
  2. 2. Sir C. R. Reddy College of Engineering COURSE PLAN YEAR : 2011-12 SEM : SECOND ELURU – 534 007, W. G. Dist., Andhra Pradesh. Name of the Faculty M.RAJYALAKSHMI Subject COMPUTER AIDED DESIGN Subject code MEC 422 Branch MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 1. Target: a) Percentage of pass 90 b) Percentage of I class 80 2. Course description : Computer Aided Design aims at introducing the students about computer applications in design process. The students should be familiar in the design area. Design of the parts means designing a new part or modifying the existing part. The subject explains about the design of different components by considering various loads acting on it. The complete design of the component also includes the analysis of the designed component. The analysis includes kinematic analysis, mass properties analysis like moment of Inertia, Centroid etc. The subject makes the students to learn different analysis packages like ANSYS, NASTRON and NISA –II. The subject gives idea about artificial intelligence and its applications in computer aided design. 3. Scope and objectives : This course is built on the student’s background in COMPUTER AIDED DESIGN. It covers some basic perspectives about conventional design process, and application of in different stages of design, CAD systems hardware and software. Input and Out put devices, benefits of CAD. Graphical user Interface, Graphics systems and standards. Different geometric modeling techniques like wire frame modeling, solid modeling etc., This subject gives idea about different types of transformations in 2D and 3D. It gives idea about basic concepts of finite element analysis It gives exposure to cad applications and cad packages. 4. Prerequisite: Design of Machine Elements-I and II Engineering Mechanics Theory of Machines Mechanics of Solids. Computer Aided Manufacturing Finite element Analysis 5. Textbooks:
  3. 3. 1. CAD/CAM- Computer Aided Design & Manufacturing, by M.D.Groover & E.W.Zimmer. 2. Computer Aided Design and Manufacturing, by Dr.Sadhu Singh, Khanna Publishers. 6. Reference Books 1. Computer Aided Design in Mechanical Engineering, by V.Rama Murthy. 2. Elements of Computer Aided Design & Manufacturing, by Y.C.Pao. 3. Computer Aided Kinetics for Machine Design, by D.L.Ryan. 4. Computer Aided Design and Manufacturing, by C.B.Besant & C.W.K.Lui. 5. Computer-Aided Analysis & Design by S. Ghosal, Prentice Hall of India. 6. CAD/CAM/CIM by Radhakrishna, New age international. 7. COURSE PLAN Unit -I Covered by Class room Lectures and giving more assignments regarding the conventional design process and computer application in design process, different components used in CAD system hardware, input and output devices and benefits of CAD. Unit -II Covered by Class room Lectures about the Interactive Computer Graphics like display devices, graphics standards and graphical user interface. Unit –III Covered by Class room Lectures and assignments about Transformation systems like translation, rotation etc., in two dimensional and three dimensional systems, Windowing and clipping. Unit -IV Demonstration about various types Geometric modeling Techniques like wire frame modeling, surface modeling and solid modeling. Unit -V Covered by classroom Lectures and giving assignments about the Finite element analysis and CAD techniques to finite element data preparation, Automatic mesh generation, and presentation of results, 3-dimensional shape description and mesh generation- CAD applications of FEM. Unit –VI Covered by Class room Lectures and Demonstration by PPTs about CAD applications and exposure to CAD packages like ANSYS, NASTRON, NISA-II. Simple examples of computer aided drafting, design and analysis, Analysis of cross sectional area, Centroid & moment of inertia- Kinematics of crank- slider mechanism and other simple design applications.
  4. 4. Unit –VII Covered by Class room Lectures Artificial Intelligence , Applications of AI in design and CAD. 8. METHOD OF EVALUATION Internal Assessment Examinations (IE 1, IE 2 & IE3) Assignments / Seminars Mini Projects Quiz Semester End Examination Others 9. List out any new topics or any innovation you would like to introduce in teaching the subject in this semester • In this semester it is proposed to give and make them to develop the knowledge related to Computer graphics and its practice in various industries for designing of different components. • Students are encouraged to give Seminars using PPT's • Students are taken to various industries to have practical exposure on Computer Aided Design Process. Signature of the H.O.D Signature of the Faculty
  5. 5. Sir C. R. Reddy College of Engineering GUIDELINES TO STUDY THE SUBJECT YEAR : 2011-12 SEM : SECOND ELURU – 534 007, W. G. Dist., Andhra Pradesh. Name of the Faculty M.RAJYALAKSHMI Subject COMPUTER AIDED DESIGN Subject code MEC 422 Branch MECHANICAL ENGINEERING Guidelines to Study the Subject 1. Students are expected to know and understand the concepts about the steps in conventional design process. Different types of operating systems, and computer Hardware components 2. Students are expected to know and understand the fundamentals of different types display devices like CRT etc., 3. Students are expected to know about the matrix multiplications and additions. 4. Students know about the concepts about the Finite element analysis and mesh generation techniques for stress and strain analysis of the designed object and in case of mechanical linkage analysis the student should know the basics about the mechanisms.
  6. 6. Sir C. R. Reddy College of Engineering COURSE OBJECTIVES YEAR : 2011-12 SEM : SECOND ELURU – 534 007, W. G. Dist., Andhra Pradesh. Name of the Faculty M.RAJYALAKSHMI Subject COMPUTER AIDED DESIGN Subject code MEC 422 Branch MECHANICAL ENGINEERING On completion of this subject/course the students shall be able to: S.No Objectives Outcomes 1 To gain knowledge about the basic fundamental of CAD A,B,C,D,G,I,J 2 To learn about computer hardware related to CAD/CAM systems. A,B,C,D,G,I,J 3 To learn about the basic concepts on geometrical modeling. C,D,F,G,I 4 To understand the design of industrial products. A,B,C,D,G,I,J 5 It gives idea about basic concepts of finite element analysis to understand the failure criterion of various components and analysis of mechanical linkages. A,B,C,D,G,I,J 6 It gives exposure to CAD applications and CAD packages like Ansys, NISA-II,NASTRON C,DE,F,G,I,J 7 To understand the concept of Artificial Intelligence and its applications in CAD C,DE,F,G,I,J Signature of the Faculty Date Note: for each of the objective indicate the appropriate Outcomes to be achieved.
  7. 7. Sir C. R. Reddy College of Engineering COURSE OUTCOMES YEAR : 2011-12 SEM : SECOND ELURU – 534 007, W. G. Dist., Andhra Pradesh. Name of the Faculty M.RAJYALAKSHMI Subject COMPUTER AIDED DESIGN Subject code MEC 422 Branch MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 5. The expected outcomes of the course /subject are: S.No General categories of outcomes Specific outcomes of the course A On successful completion of this programme, graduates will demonstrate knowledge of Computer applications in design. Students understand the basics about the design and Students gain knowledge about the basic fundamentals of CAD. Students learnt about various parameters considered for the design process. Students gain knowledge about the computer hardware. B After completion of this programme, graduates will get an ability to model the parts using different techniques. Students learn the basic concepts of geometric modeling. C On successful completion of this programme, graduate will demonstrate an ability to design and conduct experiments, analyze and interpret data. Students know about basic concepts of finite element analysis D After completion of this programme, graduates will demonstrate an ability to design a system, component or process as per needs and specifications. Students learnt about the design and analysis procedure of various components used in different types of machines E On successful completion of this programme, graduates will demonstrate an ability to visualize and work on laboratory and multidisciplinary tasks. Students gain exposure to CAD applications and cad packages. F After completion of this programme, graduate will get skills to CAD packages like Ansys, NISA- II,NASTRON . Students gain exposure to CAD applications and cad packages. G On successful completion of this programme, graduates will demonstrate knowledge of professional and ethical responsibilities. Students can understand about the design procedure and they can develop new design of same part with better properties using CAD H After completion of this programme, graduate will be able to Students gain exposure to artificial intelligence and its applications in CAD.
  8. 8. communicate effectively in both verbal and written form. I On successful completion of this programme, graduate will show the understanding of impact of engineering solutions on the society and also will be aware of contemporary issues. Students can design new parts with optimized and enhanced properties. J After completion of this programme, graduate will develop confidence for self education and ability for life-long learning. Students understand the basics about the computer applications in design process, modeling the objects and their analysis using different CAD packages. K On successful completion of this programme, graduate can participate and succeed in competitive examinations. Objectives –outcome relation ship matrix (indicate the relationships by mark) outcomes→ ↓Objectives A B C D E F G H I J K 1 X X X X X X X 2 X X X X X X X 3 X X X X X 4 X X X X X X X X 5 X X X X X X X X 6 X X X X X X X X 7 X X X X X X X X Sir C. R. Reddy College of Engineering COURSE SCHEDULE YEAR : 2011-12 SEM : SECOND
  9. 9. ELURU – 534 007, W. G. Dist., Andhra Pradesh. Name of the Faculty M.RAJYALAKSHMI Subject COMPUTER AIDED DESIGN Subject code MEC 422 Branch MECHANICAL ENGINEERING The schedule for the whole course/subject is: S.No Description Duration(Date) Total no of periods From To 1 Fundamentals of CAD 31.10.11 17.11.11 13 2 Interactive Computer Graphics 19.11.11 26.11.11 05 3 Transformation systems 28.11.11 10.12.11 08 4 Geometric Modeling 13.12.11 22.12.11 08 5 Introduction to Finite Element Analysis 24.12.12 09.01.12 11 6 CAD applications 10.01.12 28.01.12 09 7 Introduction to CAD packages 30.01.12 04.02.12 05 8 Introduction to Artificial Intelligence 13.02.12 27.02.12 10 9 Applications of AI in design and CAD. 05.02.12 06.03.12 07 Total 76 Total no of instructional periods available for the course: 76 periods Last instruction day: 22/03/12
  10. 10. Sir C. R. Reddy College of Engineering SCHEDULE OF INSTRUCTIONS YEAR : 2011-12 SEM : SECOND ELURU – 534 007, W. G. Dist., Andhra Pradesh. Name of the Faculty M.RAJYALAKSHMI Subject COMPUTER AIDED DESIGN Subject code MEC 422 Branch MECHANICAL ENGINEERING S.N o Date No of periods Topics/sub-topics Objectives & outcome nos References (textbooks, journal..) Page no to_ 1 31.10.1 1 1 Introduction to CAD I,II&III A,E,I,K T1 (23-28) T3 (3-4) 2 01.11.1 1 2 Fundamentals of CAD : The design process I,II&III A,E,I,K T1 (75-80) T3 (4-14) 3 03.11.1 1 1 Application of computers for design: Geometric modeling I,II&III A,E,I,K T1 (80-83) T3 (14-15) 4 05.11.1 1 1 Engineering Analysis, Design review and evaluation, Automated Drafting I,II&III A,E,I,K T1 (83-86) T3 (15-17) 5 08.11.1 1 2 Hardware in CAD: The design work station I,II&III A,E,I,K T1 (101-103) T3 (73-74) 6 10.11.1 1 1 Image generation techniques for Display devices I,II&III A,E,I,K T1 (104-105) T3 (74-76) 7 12.11.1 1 1 Hard ware components of CAD: CPU, memory , Input devices I,II&III A,E,I,K T1 (121-124) T3 (20-24) 8 14.11.1 1 1 FIRST INTERNAL TEST 9 15.11.1 1 2 I/O Devices, Creating database for manufacturing I,II&III A,E,I,K T1 (86-87 &111- 121) T3 (18-19 &78- 86) 10 17.11.1 1 1 CAD system configuration, Operating systems I,II&III A,E,I,K T3 (88-90 & 100- 102) 11 19.11.1 1 1(13) Benefits of CAD I,II&III A,E,I,K T1 (88-93) T3 (17- 18) 12 21.11.1 1 1 Interactive Computer Graphics: Graphic display devices: Direct beam refresh tube, Direct view Storage tube I,II&III A,E,I,K T1 (106-107) T3 (76-77) 13 22.11.1 1 2 Raster and other display devices, Graphics system I,II&III A,E,I,K T2 (326-329 &374) T3 (77-78) 14 24.11.1 1 1 Graphics standards : ACM- SIGGRAPH, CORE ,GKS, GM solid, I,II&III A,E,I,K T2 (375-378) T3 (102-103) 15 26.11.1 1(5) Graphics standards : I,II&III T2 (378-380)
  11. 11. 1 PHIGS,IGES A,E,I,K T3 (103-106) 16 28.11.1 1 1 Graphical user interface I,II&III A,E,I,K T2 (381-382) T6 (54) 17 29.11.1 1 2 2D Transformation systems: Scaling, Translation , Rotation, reflection, Shear I,II&III A,E,I,K T3 (141-143) T6 (204-207 & 221-224) 18 01.12.1 1 1 3D Transformation systems: Scaling, Translation, Rotation I,II&III A,B,E,I,K T3 (144-146) T6 (428-443) 19 03.12.1 1 1 Problems on Transformation systems I,II&III A,B,E,I,K T3 (155-156) 20 05.12.1 1 1 Linear transformation, Display files for 3D data I,II&III A,C,E,I,K T3 (147-150) T6 (208-210) 21 08.12.1 1 1 windowing – clipping: line clipping Procedures, I,II&III A,C,E,I,K T6 (237-250) 22 10.12.1 1 1(8) Problems on clipping I,II&III A,C,E,I,K T6(268-269) 23 12.12.1 1 1 SECOND INTERNAL TEST 24 13.12.1 1 2 Geometric Modeling: Introduction and Techniques I,II&III A,B,C,E,I,K T2 (392-395) T3 (157) 25 15.12.1 1 1 Wire frame modeling and Surface modeling I,II&III A,E,I,K T2 (399-403) 26 17.12.1 1 1 3 D Solid Modeling: Solid Entities, Solid Modelling Techniques For Volume Modelling I,II&III A,E,I,K T2 (403-410) T3 (208-212) 27 19.12.1 1 1 Primitive instancing, Boundary representation (B- rep), I,II&III A,E,I,K T2 (410-412 & 416) , T3 (212-213 & 219-220) 28 20.12.1 1 2 Constructive solid geometry (CSG),Sweep representation, I,II&III A,E,I,K T2 (412-415) T3 (214-218) 29 22.12.1 1 1(8) Cell decomposition, Analytical solid modelling I,II&III A,E,I,K T2 (415-417) T3 (220-221) 30 24.12.1 1 1 Introduction to Finite Element Analysis: General Procedure For Finite Element Analysis I,II&III A,E,I,K T2 (539-540) T3 (227-229) 31 26.12.1 1 1 CAD techniques to finite element data preparation : Mesh Generation techniques I,II&III A,E,I,K T3 (229-230) T4 (181-183) 32 27.12.1 1 2 Automatic Mesh Generation presentation of results I,II&III A,E,I,K T3 (230-231) T4 (183-195) 33 29.12.1 1 1 Mesh Requirements I,II&III A,E,I,K T3 (231-232) 34 31.12.1 1 1 Three-Dimensional Shape Description and Mesh Generation I,II&III A,E,I,K T3 (232-234) T4 (196-202) 35 02.01.1 2 1 Natural Coordinates I,II&III A,E,I,K T3 (234-237) 36 03.01.1 2 2 Cad Application To FEM: Finite Element Modelling I,II&III A,E,I,K T3 (241-243) T2 (562-565) 37 05.01.1 2 1 THIRD INTERNAL TEST 38 07.01.1 2 1 General Structure Of A Finite Element Analysis Procedure I,II&III A,E,I,K T3 (243-245) 39 09.01.1 2 1(11) Procedure for Creation of Finite Element Model from I,II&III A,E,I,K T3 (246-247)
  12. 12. Solid Model 40 10.01.1 2 2 Introduction on CAD applications I,II&III A,E,I,K T4 (275-285) 42 19.01.1 2 1 design and analysis of simple machine elements I,II&III A,E,I,K T5 (139-140) 43 21.01.1 2 1 cross sectional area, & Centroid I,II&III A,E,G,I,K T5 (146-150) 44 23.01.1 2 1 Analysis of moment of inertia I,II&III A,E,G,I,K T5 (151-153) 45 24.01.1 2 2 Analysis of Kinematics of crank- slider mechanism I,II&III A,E,I,K T5 (196-198) 46 28.01.1 2 1(9) simple design applications I,II&III A,E,I,K T5 (176-180) 47 30.01.1 2 1 Introduction to CAD packages: ANSYS I,II&III A,C,D,E,I, K Material from internet 48 31.01.1 2 2 Some problems on ANSYS I,II&III A,E,I,K Material from internet 49 02.02.1 2 1 NASTRON I,II&III A,E,F,I,K Material from internet 50 04.02.1 2 1 NISA-II. I,II&III A,E,H I,K Material from internet 51 06.02.1 2 1 GATE Preparation Holidays 52 07.02.1 2 2 53 09.02.1 2 1 54 11.02.1 2 1 55 13.02.1 2 1 Introduction to Artificial Intelligence I,II&III A,E,F,I,K T2 (510-511) T3 (563) 56 14.02.1 2 2 Expert systems I,II&III A,E,I,J,K T2 (515-517) T3 (563-564) 57 16.02.1 2 1 Strategies for Knowledge acquisition I,II&III A,E,I,K T2 (519-520) 58 18.02.1 2 1 Knowledge Representation I,II&III A,E,I,K T2 (521-527) T3 (575-580) 59 21.02.1 2 1 Expert system techniques for design I,II&III A,E,I,K T2 (533-534) 60. 23.02.1 2 1 Role of AI in manufacturing I,II&III A,E,I,K T2 (534-535) T3 (581-584) 61 25.02.1 2 1 FOURTH INTERNAL TEST 62 27.02.1 2 1 Knowledge based Design aids I,II&III A,E,I,K T2 (531) T3 (585) 63 28.02.1 2 2 Feature based modelling I,II&III A,E,I,K T2 (531-533) T3 (585) 64 01.03.1 2 1(12) Benefits of Expert Systems I,II&III A,E,I,L T2 (535) T3 (586) 65 03.03.1 2 1 Examples of Expert systems I,II&III A,E,I,L,K T2 (536) T3 (586) 66 05.03.1 2 1 Applications of AI in design I,II&III A,E,I,K T2 (514-515) T3 (569-570) 67 06.03.1 2 2 Applications of AI in CAD I,II&III A,E,I,K T2 (512-514) T3 (567-569)
  13. 13. 68 08.03.1 2 1 Fuzzy Logic: neural Net works T2 (536-539) T3 (566-567) 69 10.03.1 2 1 CAD/CAM Interface T2 (568-578) 70 12.03.1 2 1 REVISION 71 13.03.1 2 2 FIFTH INTERNAL TEST 72 15.03.1 2 1(8) REVISION 73 17.03.1 2 1 REVISION 74 19.03.1 2 1 REVISION 75 20.03.1 2 2 SIXTH INTERNAL TEST 76 22.03.1 2 1 REVISION T1. . CAD/CAM- Computer Aided Design & Manufacturing, by M.D.Groover & E.W.Zimmer. T2. Computer Aided Design and Manufacturing, by Dr.Sadhu Singh T3.Computer Aided Design and Manufacturing, by k. Lalit Narayana, Sarcar & Mallikarjun T4. Computer Aided Design and Manufacturing, by C.B.Besant & C.W.K.Lui. T5. Elements of Computer Aided Design & Manufacturing, by Y.C.Pao. Signature of the Faculty Date: Note 1. Ensure that all topics specified in the course are mentioned 2 additional topics covered, if any may also be specifies boldly 3. Mention the corresponding course objective & outcome numbers against each topic
  14. 14. Sir C. R. Reddy College of Engineering COURSE COMPLETATION STATUS YEAR : 2011-12 SEM : SECOND ELURU – 534 007, W. G. Dist., Andhra Pradesh. Name of the Faculty M.RAJYALAKSHMI Subject COMPUTER SIDED DESIGN Subject code MEC422 Branch MECHANICAL ENGINEERING Actual Date of completion & Remarks if any Units Actual Date of completion Remarks No of Objectives achieved 1 Unit–I Course Objectives 1,2 &3 2 Unit-II. Course Objectives 1 &3 3 Unit-III. Course Objectives 1&3 4 Unit-IV. Course Objectives 1,2 &3 5 Unit-V. 6 Unit-VI. 7 Unit- VII. 8 Unit-VIII. Signature of the H.O.D Signature of the Faculty Date: Note 1. After completion of each unit mention the number of objectives achieved
  15. 15. Sir C. R. Reddy College of Engineering TUTORIAL SHEETS -1 YEAR : 2011-12 SEM : SECOND ELURU – 534 007, W. G. Dist., Andhra Pradesh. Name of the Faculty M.RAJYALAKSHMI Subject COMPUTER AIDED DESIGN Subject code MEC422 Branch MECHANICAL ENGINEERING This tutorial corresponds to unit no. I Q1. What is computer aided design? Discuss the various design related tasks performed by CAD. Course Objectives 1 Q2. What are the applications of computers for design? Course Objectives 1 Q3. Explain benefits Of Computer Aided Design Course Objectives 1 Q4. Explain how CAD is used in creating the manufacturing database Course Objectives 2 Q5. What are basic hardware components in a CAD system? Course Objectives 2 Q6. What are different Input devices used in a CAD system Course Objectives 3 Q7. Explain about different output devices used in a CAD system Course Objectives 3 Please write the questions/problems/exercise which you would like to give to the students and also mention the objectives to which these questions/problems are related. Signature of the H.O.D Signature of the Faculty Date:
  16. 16. Sir C. R. Reddy College of Engineering LESSON PLAN UNIT-I YEAR : 2011-12 SEM : SECOND ELURU – 534 007, W. G. Dist., Andhra Pradesh. Date: 31.10.11 Subject: Computer Aided Design Subject Code: MEC 422 Lesson No:1 Duration of Lesson: 13 hrs. Title: Fundamentals of Design. INSTRUCTIONAL OBJECTIVES: On completion of this lesion the student shall be able to 1. Understand the concepts of Design process. 2. Understand the real time applications of computer in design process 3. Understand the Benefits Computer Aided design 4. Understand the concepts of creating manufacturing database. 5. Understand the concepts of different hardware components and I/O devices used in CAD systems. TEACHING AIDS: BLACK BOARD TEACHING POINTS • Reasons for implementing CAD • Introduction to conventional design process • Introduction to Computer Aided Design • Benefits Of Computer Aided Design • CAD in creating the manufacturing database • Basic hardware components in a CAD system • Different Input /output devices used in a CAD system Assignment/Questions Q1..Explain Conventional Design process. Q2 What is computer aided design? Discuss the various design related tasks performed by CAD Q.3 Explain benefits Of Computer Aided Design Q4. Explain how CAD is used in creating the manufacturing database Note: mention for each question the relevant objectives and outcomes Signature of the Faculty
  17. 17. Sir C. R. Reddy College of Engineering TUTORIAL SHEETS -2 YEAR : 2011-12 SEM : SECOND ELURU – 534 007, W. G. Dist., Andhra Pradesh. Name of the Faculty M.RAJYALAKSHMI Subject COMPUTER SIDED DESIGN Subject code MEC422 Branch MECHANICAL ENGINEERING This tutorial corresponds to unit no, II Q1. Explain Interactive computer graphics. Course Objectives 1 Q2. What are different types of display devices Course Objectives 1 Q3. Explain Graphics standards Course Objectives 1 Q4. Explain Graphical User Interface Course Objectives 2 Please write the questions/problems/exercise which you would like to give to the students and also mention the objectives to which these questions/problems are related. Signature of the H.O.D Signature of the Faculty Date: Sir C. R. Reddy College of Engineering LESSON PLAN UNIT-II YEAR : 2011-12 SEM : SECOND
  18. 18. ELURU – 534 007, W. G. Dist., Andhra Pradesh. Date: Subject: Computer Aided Design Subject Code: MEC 422 Lesson No:2 Duration of Lesson: 05 hrs. Title: Interactive computer graphics INSTRUCTIONAL OBJECTIVES: On completion of this lesion the student shall be able to 1. Understand the concepts of Interactive computer graphics. 2. Understand working of different types of display devices. 3. Understand the concepts of Graphics system and graphics standards. 4. Understand about Graphical user Interface. TEACHING AIDS: BLACK BOARD TEACHING POINTS • Introduction to Interactive computer graphics. • Introduction to different types of display devices. • Introduction to Graphics standards. • Concept of Graphical User Interface Assignment/Questions Q1 Explain Interactive computer graphics. Q2 What are different types of display devices. Q3 Explain Graphics standards Q4 Explain Graphical User Interface Note: mention for each question the relevant objectives and outcomes Signature of the Faculty
  19. 19. Sir C. R. Reddy College of Engineering TUTORIAL SHEETS -3 YEAR : 2011-12 SEM : SECOND ELURU – 534 007, W. G. Dist., Andhra Pradesh. Name of the Faculty M.RAJYALAKSHMI Subject COMPUTER SIDED DESIGN Subject code MEC422 Branch MECHANICAL ENGINEERING This tutorial corresponds to unit no. III Q1. Explain the various graphic transformations required for manipulating the geometric information. Course Objectives 1 Q2. Discuss the importance of 2D and 3D transformations in any CAD system. Course Objectives 1 Q3. Give a brief account on 3D rotations. Show the sequence of transformations for rotating an object about an axis that is parallel to the x-axis. Course Objectives 1 Q4. What do you understand by homogeneous coordinates? Develop the homogeneous transformation. Course Objectives 2 Q5 Explain about the following 3D transformations: (a) Scaling (b) Translation (c) Rotation about x-axis Course Objectives 2 Q6 A line is defined in two-dimensional space by its end points (1,2) and (6,4). Express this in matrix notation and perform the following transformations in succession on this line: (a) Rotate the line by 900 about the origin. (b) Scale the line by a factor of ½. Course Objectives 3 Q7 A line is defined by its end points (0,0) and (2,3) in a two-dimensional graphics system. Express the line in matrix notation and perform the following transformations on this line: (a) Scale the line by a factor of 2.0. (b) Scale the original line by a factor of 3.0 in the x direction and 2.0 in the y direction. (c) Translate the original line by 2.0 units in the x direction and 2.0 units in the y direction. (d) Rotate the original line by 45° about the origin. Course Objectives 3 Please write the questions/problems/exercise which you would like to give to the students and also mention the objectives to which these questions/problems are related. Signature of the H.O.D Signature of the Faculty Date:
  20. 20. Sir C. R. Reddy College of Engineering LESSON PLAN UNIT-III YEAR : 2011-12 SEM : SECOND ELURU – 534 007, W. G. Dist., Andhra Pradesh. Date: Subject: Computer Aided Design Subject Code: MEC 422 Lesson No:3 Duration of Lesson: 08 hrs. Title: Transformation systems. INSTRUCTIONAL OBJECTIVES: On completion of this lesion the student shall be able to 1. Understand the concepts of Transformation systems. 2. Understand need for concatenation of transformations. 3. Understand the concepts of homogeneous coordinates. 4. Understand about 3D transformations. TEACHING AIDS: BLACK BOARD TEACHING POINTS • Introduction to Transformation systems. • Introduction to concatenation of transformations. • Introduction to homogeneous coordinates. • Concept of 3D transformations. Assignment/Questions Q1 Explain the various graphic transformations required for manipulating the geometric information. Q2 Discuss the importance of 2D and 3D transformations in any CAD system.. Q3 Give a brief account on 3D rotations. Show the sequence of transformations for rotating an object about an axis that is parallel to the x-axis. Q4 Explain display files for 3d data Note: mention for each question the relevant objectives and outcomes Signature of the Faculty
  21. 21. Sir C. R. Reddy College of Engineering TUTORIAL SHEETS -4 YEAR : 2011-12 SEM : SECOND ELURU – 534 007, W. G. Dist., Andhra Pradesh. Name of the Faculty M.RAJYALAKSHMI Subject COMPUTER SIDED DESIGN Subject code MEC422 Branch MECHANICAL ENGINEERING This tutorial corresponds to unit no. IV Q1. Explain the various Types of geometric Modeling Course Objectives 1 Q2. Discuss the importance of geometric Modeling in CAD system. Course Objectives 1 Q3. Explain Wire frame modelling Course Objectives 1 Q4. Explain Surface modelling. Course Objectives 2 Q5 Explain any two solid modelling techniques Course Objectives 2 Q6 Explain Boundary Representation and CSG Course Objectives 3 Q7 Explain Sweep Representation Course Objectives 3 Please write the questions/problems/exercise which you would like to give to the students and also mention the objectives to which these questions/problems are related. Signature of the H.O.D Signature of the Faculty Date: Sir C. R. Reddy College of Engineering LESSON PLAN UNIT-IV YEAR : 2011-12 SEM : SECOND
  22. 22. ELURU – 534 007, W. G. Dist., Andhra Pradesh. Date: Subject: Computer Aided Design Subject Code: MEC 422 Lesson No:4 Duration of Lesson: 08 hrs. Title: Geometric Modelling INSTRUCTIONAL OBJECTIVES: On completion of this lesion the student shall be able to 1. Understand the Importance of Geometric Modelling. 2. Understand Requirements of Geometric Modelling. 3. Understand The Concepts of Types of Models. 4. Understand about Wire frame modeling 5. Understand about Surface modeling 6. Understand about Solid modeling TEACHING AIDS: BLACK BOARD TEACHING POINTS • Introduction to Geometric Modelling. • Introduction to Types of Models. • Introduction to Wire frame modeling. • Concept of Surface modeling. • Concept of Solid modeling. Assignment/Questions Q1 Explain the various Types of geometric Modeling. Q2 Discuss the importance of geometric Modeling in CAD system. Q3 Explain Wire frame modelling Q4 Explain Surface modelling. Q5 Explain solid modelling techniques Q6 Explain Boundary Representation Q7 Explain Constructive Solid Geometry Q8 Explain Sweep Representation Note: mention for each question the relevant objectives and outcomes Signature of the Faculty Sir C. R. Reddy College of Engineering TUTORIAL SHEETS -5 YEAR : 2011-12 SEM : SECOND
  23. 23. ELURU – 534 007, W. G. Dist., Andhra Pradesh. Name of the Faculty M.RAJYALAKSHMI Subject COMPUTER SIDED DESIGN Subject code MEC422 Branch MECHANICAL ENGINEERING This tutorial corresponds to unit no. V Q1. Explain general structure of a finite element analysis procedure. Course Objectives 1 Q2. Discuss general procedure for finite element analysis Course Objectives 1 Q3. Explain mesh generation techniques and mesh requirements Course Objectives 1 Q4. Explain three-dimensional shape description and mesh generation Course Objectives 2 Q5 Explain CAD techniques to finite element data preparation Course Objectives 2 Q6 Explain the CAD application in Finite Element Modelling Course Objectives 3 Please write the questions/problems/exercise which you would like to give to the students and also mention the objectives to which these questions/problems are related. Signature of the H.O.D Signature of the Faculty Date: Sir C. R. Reddy College of Engineering LESSON PLAN UNIT-V YEAR : 2011-12 SEM : SECOND ELURU – 534 007, W. G. Dist., Andhra Pradesh. Date: Subject: Computer Aided Design Subject Code: MEC 422
  24. 24. Lesson No:5 Duration of Lesson: 11 hrs. Title: Finite Element Modelling INSTRUCTIONAL OBJECTIVES: On completion of this lesion the student shall be able to 1. Understand the concept of Finite Element Modelling and Analysis. 2. Understand general procedure for finite element analysis 3. Understand the mesh generation techniques. 4. Understand about mesh requirements 5. Understand about three-dimensional shape description and mesh generation 6. Understand about general structure of a finite element analysis procedure TEACHING AIDS: BLACK BOARD TEACHING POINTS • Introduction to Finite Element Modelling and Analysis. • General procedure for finite element analysis. • CAD techniques to finite element data preparation and mesh generation techniques. • Concept of mesh requirements. • Concept of three-dimensional shape description and mesh generation. • Concept of general structure of a finite element analysis procedure Assignment/Questions Q1 Explain General procedure for finite element analysis. Q2 Discuss the importance of finite element analysis in CAD system. Q3 Explain mesh generation techniques. Q4 Explain of three-dimensional shape description and mesh generation. Q5 Explain general structure of a finite element analysis procedure Q6 Explain the CAD application in Finite Element Modelling Note: mention for each question the relevant objectives and outcomes Signature of the Faculty Sir C. R. Reddy College of Engineering TUTORIAL SHEETS -6 YEAR : 2011-12 SEM : SECOND ELURU – 534 007, W. G. Dist., Andhra Pradesh. Name of the Faculty M.RAJYALAKSHMI Subject COMPUTER SIDED DESIGN Subject code MEC422 Branch MECHANICAL ENGINEERING
  25. 25. This tutorial corresponds to unit no. VI Q1. Explain simple machine elements. Course Objectives 1 Q2. Discuss Analysis of cross sectional area. Course Objectives 1 Q3. Explain Analysis Centroid & moment of inertia. Course Objectives 1 Q4. Explain Analysis Kinematics of crank- slider mechanism. Course Objectives 2 Q5 Explain Analysis simple design applications Course Objectives 2 Please write the questions/problems/exercise which you would like to give to the students and also mention the objectives to which these questions/problems are related. Signature of the H.O.D Signature of the Faculty Date: Sir C. R. Reddy College of Engineering LESSON PLAN UNIT-VI YEAR : 2011-12 SEM : SECOND ELURU – 534 007, W. G. Dist., Andhra Pradesh. Date: Subject: Computer Aided Design Subject Code: MEC 422 Lesson No:6 Duration of Lesson: 09 hrs. Title: CAD Applications INSTRUCTIONAL OBJECTIVES: On completion of this lesion the student shall be able to 1. Understand the concept of simple machine elements. 2. Understand the Analysis of cross sectional area
  26. 26. 3. Understand the Analysis Centroid & moment of inertia. 4. Understand about Kinematics of crank- slider mechanism TEACHING AIDS: BLACK BOARD TEACHING POINTS • Introduction to concept of simple machine elements • Analysis of cross sectional area. • Analysis Centroid & moment of inertia • Analysis Kinematics of crank- slider mechanism Assignment/Questions Q1 Explain simple machine elements.. Q2 Discuss Analysis of cross sectional area.. Q3 Explain Analysis Centroid & moment of inertia. Q4 Explain Analysis Kinematics of crank- slider mechanism Note: mention for each question the relevant objectives and outcomes Signature of the Faculty Sir C. R. Reddy College of Engineering TUTORIAL SHEETS -7 YEAR : 2011-12 SEM : SECOND ELURU – 534 007, W. G. Dist., Andhra Pradesh. Name of the Faculty M.RAJYALAKSHMI Subject COMPUTER SIDED DESIGN Subject code MEC422 Branch MECHANICAL ENGINEERING This tutorial corresponds to unit no. VII Q1. Explain procedure used in Ansys for mesh generation. Course Objectives 1 Q2. Discuss the stages in finite element modelling and Analysis using ANSYS package. Course Objectives 1 Q3. Explain the solution procedure used for the Analysis using Course
  27. 27. NASTRON package. Objectives 1 Q4. Write a short notes on NISA-II Course Objectives 2 Please write the questions/problems/exercise which you would like to give to the students and also mention the objectives to which these questions/problems are related. Signature of the H.O.D Signature of the Faculty Date: Sir C. R. Reddy College of Engineering LESSON PLAN UNIT-VII YEAR : 2011-12 SEM : SECOND ELURU – 534 007, W. G. Dist., Andhra Pradesh. Date: Subject: Computer Aided Design Subject Code: MEC 422 Lesson No:7 Duration of Lesson: 05 hrs. Title: CAD packages INSTRUCTIONAL OBJECTIVES: On completion of this lesion the student shall be able to 1. Understand the CAD packages. 2. Understand the concept of ANSYS 3. Understand general procedure in NASTRON 4. Understand NISA-II. TEACHING AIDS: BLACK BOARD, LCD projector, PPTs
  28. 28. TEACHING POINTS • Introduction to ANSYS. • Analysis of using ANSYS package • Introduction to NASTRON. • Analysis of using NASTRON. package • Concept of NISA-II. Assignment/Questions Q1 Explain procedure used in Ansys for mesh generation. Q2 Discuss the stages in finite element modelling and Analysis using ANSYS package. Q3 Explain the solution procedure used for the Analysis using NASTRON package. Q4 Write a short notes on NISA-II Note: mention for each question the relevant objectives and outcomes Signature of the Faculty Sir C. R. Reddy College of Engineering TUTORIAL SHEETS -8 YEAR : 2011-12 SEM : SECOND ELURU – 534 007, W. G. Dist., Andhra Pradesh. Name of the Faculty M.RAJYALAKSHMI Subject COMPUTER SIDED DESIGN Subject code MEC422 Branch MECHANICAL ENGINEERING This tutorial corresponds to unit no. VIII Q1. Write a short note on Expert systems. Course Objectives 1 Q2. Discuss the Benefits of Expert Systems. Course Objectives 1 Q3. Write a brief note on Artificial Intelligence. Course Objectives 1 Q4. Explain the Role of AI in manufacturing. Course Objectives 2 Q5 Explain Applications of AI in design Course
  29. 29. Objectives 2 Q6 Explain Applications of AI in CAD. Course Objectives 2 Please write the questions/problems/exercise which you would like to give to the students and also mention the objectives to which these questions/problems are related. Signature of the H.O.D Signature of the Faculty Date: Sir C. R. Reddy College of Engineering LESSON PLAN UNIT-VIII YEAR : 2011-12 SEM : SECOND ELURU – 534 007, W. G. Dist., Andhra Pradesh. Date: Subject: Computer Aided Design Subject Code: MEC 422 Lesson No:6 Duration of Lesson: 10 hrs. Title: Artificial Intelligence INSTRUCTIONAL OBJECTIVES: On completion of this lesion the student shall be able to 1. Understand the concept of Expert systems 2. Understand Benefits of Expert Systems 3. Understand the concept of Artificial Intelligence 4 Understand Role of AI in manufacturing 5. Understand Applications of AI in design and CAD
  30. 30. TEACHING AIDS: BLACK BOARD TEACHING POINTS • Introduction to concept of Expert systems • Benefits of Expert Systems • Introduction concept of Artificial Intelligence • Role of AI in manufacturing. • Applications of AI in design and CAD Assignment/Questions Q1 Write a short notes on Expert systems. Q2 Discuss the Benefits of Expert Systems. Q3 Write a brief note on Artificial Intelligence Q4 Explain the Role of AI in manufacturing. Q5 Explain Applications of AI in design. Q6 Explain Applications of AI in CAD. Note: mention for each question the relevant objectives and outcomes Signature of the Faculty

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