A comprehensive course on Low Voltage Control Panel Analysis using ANSYS ICEPAK. This course is highly suited for beginners
In this project, you will do the following in this project,
A comprehensive course on 3D Fan using MRF Approach using ANSYS ICEPAK. This course is highly suited for beginners
In this project you will be using the GT-Power tool to apply the CI engine calibration methodologies to help aid the cause by targetting crucial diesel engine parameters like BSFC, Equivalence ratio,Injection pressures, and Combustion model parameters for a turbocharged system with and without a EGR assembly
In this project, We will be modelling a Low voltage control panel with circuit breakers, busbars, power cables, etc in ANSYS Icepak and will be analysing the flow pattern in the cabinet and temperature rise in the system by accounting the power loss in the transmission by incorporating Joule's heating effect on the conducting components. Also you will be understanding the some of the important design considerations to be made for a natural convection analysis.
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Engineering students who are fresh out of college often struggle to meet the expectations of their employers. More often than not, this stems from a gap between the skills they learned in school and those that are required to make them competitive in the workplace. Skill-Lync, an edtech startup based out of Chennai, aims to bridge this gap.
Chennai-headquartered online learning startup Skill-Lync has launched a Masters course in Electric Vehicle Design and Simulation. The company says the new course is the first such curriculum in India, that focuses on electric vehicles. The fee of the EV course is around Rs 275,000, with the option of a full time or part-time duration. The startup provides job leading courses for Mechanical, Electrical and Civil Engineering students in India and across the world. With colleges shut and students looking to make the most of the time that they are at home the startup has fast-tracked the development of this program and releasing it amid Covid-19.
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