This program is designed to address the job profile requirements of Design Engineer & Analysis Engineer (structural / thermal/Fluid simulation) in Process Industry, OIL & Gas industry.Shell and Tube Heat Exchangers are commonly used as oil coolers, power condensers, preheaters and steam generators in both fossil fuel and nuclear-based energy production applications. They are also widely used in the process applications and in the air conditioning and refrigeration industry. Although they are not especially compact, their robustness and shape make them well suited for high pressure operations.
The course includes detailed study of Codal design using ASME VIII- Div1 & Div2, including general requirements, component design and material consideration. A detailed module on Design by Analysis has further being included to understand the FEA validation aspects in Pressure Vessel Design and Vacuum Vessel.This course is very useful to gain skills on how to build the design and simulating Pressure Vessel & Vacuum Vessels with hands on practice on industry projects.
Centrifugal Compressors & pumps are a most commonly used in different fields like rotary mechanics, agriculture and domestic applications. Computational Fluid Dynamics is most commonly used tool for simulation and analysis. 3-D numerical CFD simulation makes it possible to visualize the flow condition inside a centrifugal pump, and provides valuable information about the centrifugal pumps hydraulic design.
To empower participants with knowledge and experience which results in effective utilization of design knowledge ware.
TTRC proposes Expert programs in Aircraft Design for the candidates with inclination towards Aero Domain.This program is designed to provide the candidate with an insight onto Aircraft Design concepts and structural analysis concepts and further exposure to design projects in Aerospace applications.
This program is designed to address the job profile requirements of AERO CFD Engineer, Analysis Engineer relative to Airplane Aerodynamic Design, Compressible flow dynamics, 2d & 3d Flow Simulation CFD, Internal & external Boundary Layer Analyses.
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A Gas turbine is a mechanical device that extracts thermal energy from pressurized steam, and converts it into rotary motion. A system of angled and shaped blades arranged on a rotor through which steam is passed to generate rotational energy. The blades are designed in such a way as to produce maximum rotational energy by directing the flow of the stem along its surface. The blades are made at specific angles in order to incorporate the net flow of steam over it in its favour.
This is a complete training program designed to address the job profile requirements of Analysis Engineer - CFD with application to Aero engines, Turbomachinery, Hydrodynamic & Gas dynamics applications. This is suitable for engineers aspiring career in design & simulation to Rotary systems.This course is targeted to engineers and designers of axial flow devices for high performance applications. This course will cover the most important areas of interest in advanced axial compressor design. The goal of the course is to help students understand the most important considerations of laying out an axial compressor design as well as the various modeling methods used in the process. Engineers can expect to gain an understanding of the best design practices and the most modern approaches for achieving high performance and reliable designs.