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Automotive BIW Design and Development Part 1 using NXCAD

Automotive Design and Development Part 1

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A Quick Overview

This course on Automotive BiW Design outlines the fundamental  design factors and detailed explanation of their significance to part function, cost and reliability and  focuses on the design and development of various automotive Body in White parts. It comprises of 6 projects-Hood, Fender, Roof, Tailgate,Windshield and  Body side panels of an SUV. 

Upon completion of this course you would have gained a comprehensive understanding of various physical and theoretical design factors and design knowledge of first-rate Automotive BiW components.You can start your career as a design engineer in any sheet metal domain and with 2 to 3 years of experience, you can become a full-fledged BIW engineer.

 


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COURSE SYLLABUS

1Vehicle Architecture

In order to design BiW sheet metal components, it is a prerequisite to have an understanding of the basic structure of a car. This is an introductory session where the student will learn about:

  • The various sub-assemblies of a car
  • Need for 3 zones of a car
  • Purpose of crumple and crush proof zones in a passenger car

2BiW Materials

The role played by materials in BiW component design is crucial. They attribute to the varying cost and weight of the components.

In this session, students will learn in-depth about 

  • The individual components of a passenger car
  • The various materials used for the BiW components such as 
    • Steel(MS,HSS,AHSS,UHSS)
    • Aluminium
    • Magnesium Alloys
    • Carbon Composites
  • Advantages and dis-advantages of various materials

3Vehicle Development Process

Vehicle development process involves various stages in which the components are manufactured and assembled together. It holds the sequence of operations starting from research study to sales and marketing

In this session, students will learn in depth, 

  • The four main stages of the Vehicle development cycle. 
  • Their sequence, significance and importance. 
  • Car platforms
  • Tophats

4Benchmarking

This is a session that covers the important sub-stage of the Pre-Design and Development stage of the Vehicle Development Process, Benchmarking.

The aim of this process is to ascertain the design and functional features of the vehicle. In this session, two case studies are discussed and benchmarking is performed for alternate designs/products.

5Introduction to manufacturing processes

This session will give the students an overview of various manufacturing processes for BiW components, their types, advantages, dis-advantages are also discussed with illustrations. Processes include,

  • Stamping
  • Deep Drawing
  • Forming

6 Design of Hood

In this module, we will focus on the modeling of hood in NXCAD software. The design procedure is summarized as follows:

  • Design Requirements
  • Functional Requirements
  • Euro NCAP Regulations
  • Gap and Flushness Requirements
  • Manufacturability

7 Design of Fender

In this module, we will focus on the modeling of fender in NXCAD software. The design procedure is summarized as follows:

  • Design Requirements
  • Functional Requirements
  • Fender Wheel Arch requirements
  • Gap and Flushness Requirements

 

8 Design of Roof

In this module, we will focus on the modeling of roof in NXCAD software. The design procedure is summarized as follows:

  • Design Requirements
  • Functional Requirements
  • Criteria for Bow roof rail positioning
  • Gap and Flushness Requirements
  • Manufacturability.

9Design of Back Door

In this module, we will focus on the modeling of back door/tailgate in NXCAD software. The design procedure is summarized as follows:

  • Design and Functional requirements
  • Backdoor cross sections for sealant flange
  • Tailgate trajectory path
  • Joining process
  • Manufacturability

10Design of Body Side Panel

In this module, we will focus on the modeling of body side panel in NXCAD software. The design procedure is summarized as follows:

  • Design and Functional requirements
  • Side impact criteria to be considered
  • Roll over test and its significance
  • Joining methods
  • Manufacturability

11 Design of Side Doors

In this module we will focus on the modeling of side doors-front and rear, in NXCAD software. The design procedure is summarized as follows:

  • Side door architecture
  • Special Design requirements
  • Hinge axis, center line and striker position
  • Side door trajectory
  • Bill of materials

12Body side Integration

In this module we will focus on integrating the body side panel to the body side doors in NXCAD software. The design procedure is summarized as follows:

  • Cross-section study
  • Stack welding
  • GD&T factors concerning integration
  • Sealant flange and surround clearance
  • Integration of body side outer, roof, backdoor and floor


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Frequently Asked Questions

1Who are the instructors and what is the learning process?

Our instructors are industry experts who are working or have worked in Fortune 500 companies. We also partner with academicians who help us craft course content that will best help our students get recruited and start adding value for their organization from day one.
Our course content is pre-recorded. You will be given access to this content immediately after you have enrolled in our course. Alongside the course videos, you will also be given assignments each week. You will work on these assignments and have it evaluated by our technical support engineers. Apart from this, you will also work on industry-oriented projects that will improve your understanding of the various tools used in the industry and their underlying principles. 

 

2Are there any prerequisites for this course?

You should be pursuing or have graduated with a B.E/B.Tech in Mechanical or Automotive Engineering.

3What kind of support I can expect? What if I have doubts?

Our team of dedicated Technical Support Engineers are always available to answer any queries you might have when you are studying. Studying online courses on your own often comes with the problem of lacking motivation, our Technical Support Engineers will work with you to ensure that you complete the course work and start working in the domain of your interest.  


There are a number of ways through which you have your query answered.
You can ask your questions by raising tickets from your student window screen, and a technical support engineer will respond and help you achieve conceptual clarity. If you did not understand the solution, you can request the technical engineer to share their screen with you and they will explain the areas that you find difficult. Apart from this, you can also send us an email, which we will respond to in under 24 hours. You can also call us at our helpline number - which will be provided once you have enrolled in a course. 


We also have group doubt clarification sessions, where you will interact with your fellow batchmates. This will allow you to understand the different ways your fellow batchmates are using to solve a question. Besides this, you can also raise your queries through the Whatsapp number that will be made available to you. 


4How is this different from what I learnt in college?

The course that you studied in college was designed years ago and does not take into account the current market trends or what the industry expects from graduates. Our courses have been designed in consultation with industry experts and leading academicians. Skill-Lync courses are geared to help you find employment as soon as you complete the coursework. This is possible only because of the projects that you will complete as part of your curriculum, in your college you might have done one major and one minor project. But, each module in a Skill-Lync course has a corresponding project, and these projects are industry-oriented. Which means that if you were to look at the project that an engineer at a top OEM is working on, it will be similar to a Skill-Lync project, the only difference being the scale of the project. 

 

Simply put - there's a world of a difference between what you have studied at your college and what you will get trained in when you study at Skill-Lync. 

5What advantages will I gain by taking this course?

You will have an edge over your peers by working extensively on industry-relevant projects, practice on tools and software that will set you apart and help you in getting ahead of the competition. Along with this, when you enroll in a Skill-Lync course you will get access to the Skill-Lync Student Success Team - who will ensure that you get placed at the end of your course. They will help you polish your resume, and help you properly present your projects on your LinkedIn and other external pages. They will also scour for any opportunity that you might be qualified for and help you apply for it. After which they will train you in all the possible variations of interview questions. The Student Success Team will also train you in tool tests, in which your comprehension of all the tools that you have studied in the duration of the course will be cemented along with the underlying principles.

6What is Body in White (BIW)?

 Body in White refers to the stage in the automobile manufacturing in which a car body's components have been joined together, using one or a combination of different techniques: welding, riveting, clinching, bonding, laser brazing, etc.


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