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How our Training Program is different from others?

This is designed to meet your real-life situation as a professional working in any company in its aircraft related projects. After undergoing this training program you will be able to say

"I will do the design for you"

As the name of our company implies, we plan to design, build and market our own aircraft in the world market some day. We have designed this training program to generate the design-man-power that we will need for our own aircraft industry.

Professional Training Program

We are a group of highly experienced (2 to 3-decades of experience) Scientists from National Aerospace Laboratories (NAL), Bangalore. And engineers from Hindustan Aeronautical Limited (HAL).

One of the long term challenges that our country will face is the non-availability of trained personnel to design and develop aircraft. There is an acute shortage of trained manpower in the field of aircraft design and analysis.

Keeping this in focus, we are starting a training program in aircraft design engineering at Bangalore Aircraft Industries Pvt. Ltd. The training program will be designed to enable an average Mechanical B E graduate to feel confident that he can design a major aircraft component based on Strength of Material (SOM) approach, he can develop a realistic Finite Element Model (FEM) of the component and carry out static stress analysis, buckling analysis. He will also be confident in Fatigue and Damage Tolerance Evaluation (F&DT) of the component. There is also a possibility of hands on experience in fatigue and damage tolerance testing on a laboratory scale.

Corporate Training Program

BAIL provides corporate training programs to help professional for their skill development in the field of design & development of engineering structures/ Aircraft component design. The training program is provided by experienced professionals with decades of experience in aircraft design & development.

Corporate training programs can be tailor-made according to customer requirement
Following are the areas covered in the corporate training program:
  • An introduction to structural design concepts
  • Introduction to wing structure
  • Design of wing of a transport aircraft-an overview
  • Design of wing section not passing through a rib
  • Design of a section passing through a rib
  • Design of a rib receiving heavy concentrated loads (from engine mounts and/or landing loads)
  • Design of a rib adjacent to a major skin cut-out like landing gear well ("shear lag" effect)
  • Introduction to airframe fatigue
  • Fatigue under constant amplitude loading
  • Fatigue strength-strength life representation (S-N curve)
  • Low cycle fatigue and high cycle fatigue
  • Fatigue under spectrum loading
  • Aspects of fatigue life prediction
  • Cycle counting and local stress-strain approach for fatigue life prediction
  • Factors affecting fatigue response of a structure that cannot be accounted for in a mathematical model of fatigue response
  • How to improve fatigue life (cold working, interference fit etc.)
  • Do's and dont's in fatigue design
  • Introduction to airframe damage tolerance
  • Safe life, fail safe and damage tolerance concepts
  • Fracture and plastic collapse as competing mechanisms for failure of a cracked
  • structure under tensile loading
  • Fracture mechanics (LEFM, EPFM) as a mathematical tool for damage tolerance analysis
  • Engineering application of LEFM and EPFM
  • Residual strength analysis
  • Crack growth analysis under service loading
  • Load interaction effects
  • Crack closure
  • Fatigue crack growth life prediction under spectrum loading
  • Sources of errors in life prediction
  • Practical application of damage tolerance analysis (example problems)
  • The finite element analysis course is aimed at solving real life design problems. Students will be more exposed to problems related to aero-structures. This course gives special attention in simulating the structure more realistically. In this course the important aspects of structural design are addressed.

    The course is as follows:
  • Representation of multiple load path structure more realistically in finite element modeling
  • Identifying maximum stress location from which a failure will initiate
  • Better understanding of the response of the structure for a given loading scenario
  • Developing finite element models for fatigue analysis
  • Solving fracture mechanics problems using Finite element analysis
  • Finite element analysis of airframe components
  • Finite element analysis of airframe structural joints
  • Design of principal structural elements through Finite element analysis to retain the stress-strain response around the critical location of the airframe

  • The course:
  • Importing/Generation of geometric model
  • Meshing using standard Pre-processing software package
  • Preparation of the model for carrying out the analysis
  • Post-processing of the analysis results
  • Verification of results

  • Types of Analysis:
  • Linear static analysis
  • Buckling analysis
  • Composite structural analysis
  • Introduction to fatigue calculations using analysis results
  • Introduction to non linear analysis
  • Introduction to thermal analysis

  • Software packages used:

  • A Project work will be given at the end of the course. This will include hands on experience on all the stages of pre & post processing of the structural model. Verification of FEA response of the structure for a given set of loads & boundary conditions with Strength of Material (SOM) calculations
  • Detail theory of CAD/CAM/CAE - Fundamentals, Concepts, Users in the industries
  • Theory of geometric modeling - Wire frame, Surface, Solid, Drafting, Concepts, Advantages, Disadvantages, Flavor of Graphics
  • CATIA basics - Infrastructure GUI in detail. Work benches, Tool Bars, Icons and Transformations on screen (All View related commands) Customization of workbenches, Tool bars, Icons - Creating Own Work benches, Tool bars and Icons Graphical area and specification tree related to all the commands Including tips and technical
  • CATIA Part design - Basic Solid Modeling
  • CATIA Wire frame and surfaces - Basics Solid modeling
  • CATIA advance part design with almost every feature of this work bench with one example
  • CATIA advanced surface Design (GSD) with almost every feature of this work bench (flavor of curve and surfaces theory i.e. spine, Bezier, Nubs) with example
  • File management system in CATIA w.r.t various work benches
  • CAD data translator - complete detailed theory and explanation w.r.t. Iges, dxf, dwg, step, stl, etc. along with file formatting and its data structure representation, real life cad data translator from/ to CATIA, PRO-E, UG etc
  • Drafting and detailing - theory of projection system (perspective, parallel-oblique, axonometric, etc
  • CATIA Drafting - Interactive i.e. conceptual drafting creating 2D views, Dimension, Annotations, GD & T, Weld symbols and tools and representations CATIA Drafting - Generative i.e. for downstream application from 3D models, creating various views including principal views, auxiliary views and other features described above
  • CATIA catalog creations-using one bolt (standard part) as an example.
  • GD & T - Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerance Theory
  • CATIA assembly design work bench - bottom up assembly approach for showing capabilities and creating assemble model example (theory on top down) - ex knuckle joint
  • Aerospace structures - Basic Theory, Detail of Aircraft Components and structures.
  • Sheet Metal
  • Knowledge ware and DMU
  • NC Machining - Introduction to machining, machining using 3 axis & 5 axis operations.
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