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This is an introductory session where students are introduced to the basics of automobiles along with different models of car bodies. Students will also learn about the different stages of vehicle development that a car will go through before reaching the customer. Students will also learn about the three years of development activity that precedes the development of an automotive model.
In this session, the student will be introduced to the basics of automotive BiW. The student will be introduced to the basics of steel and its properties in detail because steel is an important component used in the construction automobiles. The steps that are followed in the selection of the material will be discussed as well. Students will be given an introduction into cross-functional teams that exists in an organization, and the need to coordinate with them along with examples of master sections and 3D components of the parts for easy and clear understanding.
In this module, we will focus our attention on the Hood, Fender, Roof, Side doors, and Back doors. The design procedures for all the afore-mentioned parts can be summarized as follows.
Gap and Flushness Requirements
In this module, we will present a real-life scenario where the effect of converting an inner panel from aluminium cast to the steel deep draw part is shown. Here is a quick summary of this case. The following design parameters were identified as critical and hence were fully described:
Seal surface width was the same as the aluminium liftgate
Tailgate outer parting was maintained as the same
Liftgate thickness was modified
Gap and flushness were maintained
When you enroll in this course, you will be able to clearly understand these design parameters and the decisions that were made. In this case study, the design guidelines were set through a series of CAE simulations.
In this module, you will study the anatomy of a Locker and Striker mechanism. In order to be a successful product development engineer, it is very important to understand in detail the development process and design requirements for even the smallest component.