This course demonstrates the fundamentals of the creation of automotive Body-in-White (BIW) structures utilizing Siemens PLM tools. Common best practices are examined in order to create a typical BIW design from start to finish.
The Automotive Essesntials course covers multiple areas of automotive design at an overview level. Users are introduced to critical advanced computer design concepts. The curriculum also introduces subsystems and then explains how to accommodate them in assembly design.
This course is intended to allow you the opportunity to explore chassis design fundamentals and learn what you can do to help during the manufacturing process. You will also learn more about exhaust, suspension, steering, and frame systems. Using real-world design problems presented by automotive manufacturers for case workers, you put into practice your newfound knowledge.
The interior trim of an automobile consists of many different types of parts ranging from seating to plastic parts. This course begins with an overview of the entire interior and then moves into focusing on the injected molded parts within the automobile. Candidates not only create features needed for plastic part design but they learn the process behind the design.
The course explains how to create automotive structural parts within the body panels and assembly environment. We emphasize modeling parts to fit within a limited space using existing geometry as the boundaries, and to design the parts to accommodate subsystems.
This course allows you to explore engine design fundamentals and learn what you can do to help during the machining process are the main topics. You also learn more about transmision, HVAC, and engine operations. Using real-world design problems presented by automotive manufacturers for case workers, you put into practice your newfound knowledge.