Machine Design E-Learning course for student & industry professionals | Capability Development
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Course Fee : 13 USD

  • Course Duration : 20 hours
  • Validity : 60 Days

This course includes certification from TATA STEEL


Machine design is the essential part of engineering science, to deal with the study of relative motion among the numerous parts of a machine, and forces applied to them. i.e., the theory of machines and machine design study the dynamics of the machine components. The familiarity of this subject is very vital for an engineer to design the different segments of a machine. The theory of machines can be mainly classified into 4 sub-branches: kinematics, dynamics, kinetics, statics.

Course Objective

By the end of this course, you will be able to understand:-

  • 1. How to apply the various concepts of stress analysis, theories of failure, and material science to analyze, design, or select commonly used machine components.
  • 2. How to apply mechanical engineering modal concept to identify and quantify machine elements in the design of commonly used mechanical systems.
  • 3. How to apply computer-based techniques in the analysis, design, and/or selection of machine components.
  • 4. About the design against static load and fluctuating load, power screws, various joints, shafts, keys, gears, etc.

Course Curriculum

  • Design Against Static Load – Cotter Joint
  • Design Against Static Load – Knuckle Joint and Curved Beams
  • Design Against Fluctuating Load – Stress Concentration
  • Design Against Fluctuating Load – Fatigue Diagram
  • Power Screws Introduction and Torque Associated with Square Threads
  • Power Screws – Efficiency, Stress, and Design
  • Threaded Joints – Introduction, Cap Screws and Set Screws
  • Threaded Joints – Bolts and Screw Threads
  • Welded Joints
  • Shafts
  • Keys
  • Shaft, Sleeve, Clamp, and Flange Couplings
  • Flexible, Oldham and Universal Couplings
  • Introduction to Springs
  • Design of Springs
  • Friction Clutches – Introduction and Disc Clutches
  • Friction Clutches – Cone and Centrifugal Clutches
  • Brakes
  • Introduction to Belt Drives
  • Flat Belt Drives
  • V-Belt Drives
  • Introduction to Chain Drives
  • Classification and Design of Chain Drives
  • Introduction to Rolling Contact Bearings
  • Design of Rolling Contact Bearings
  • Introduction to Sliding Contact Bearings
  • Design of Sliding Contact Bearings
  • Introduction to Spur Gears
  • Working of Spur Gears
  • Design Considerations for Spur Gears
  • Helical Gears
  • Bevel Gears
  • Worm Gears

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