Employability focussed program on Hybrid Electric Vehicle Design, Development and Analysis for Mechanical and Automotive Engineers. This program is primarily designed for job seekers but professionals switching from Mechanical to EV domain can also immensely benefit from this program.
Fast paced industry relevant program. Master's in Hybrid Electric Vehicle Design and Analysis
Master's in Automation & Pre-Processing for FEA & CFD Analysis
The Master's in Advanced Aerodynamics program is a 6-month long, intensive program. The program comprises of 5 courses that train you on all the engineering concepts and tools that are essential to get into top OEMs as a Aerodynamics Engineer.
Learn CFD by writing code from scratch in Matlab or Octave
Advanced Aerodynamic Simulations for Mechanical Engineers
A 3 month course which introduces the various applications of CFD in the industry using the tool scFLOW
A 3 month course which explains everything you need to know about modelling turbulence in CFD simulations
If you have a keen interest in Aviation and Thermal Industries and have been meaning to dig deep and understand a powerful Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) tool like ANSYS Fluent, this is the course for you
Internal Combustion Engine Analyst
ANSYS ICEPAK is a powerful CFD suite, enabling multiphysics coupling between electrical, thermal, and mechanical analyses for electronics design. It is integrated in ANSYS Workbench for coupling with MCAD, thermal–stress analysis, with ANSYS Mechanical, and advanced post-processing via ANSYS CFD-Post.
Advanced Turbomachinery Simulations for Mechanical Engineers
The Computational Combustion using Python and Cantera from Skill-Lyc is an essential course for mechanical engineering students who are interested in the combustion and CFD domain. In this course, students will learn the fundamentals of thermodynamics, equilibrium chemistry, and elementary reactions. With Python and Cantera, students will learn Ignition delay calculation, flame speed calculation and more advanced topics in combustion.