This course covers the theory and practice of
Computer-Aided Design (CAD), Computer-Aided Manufacturing (CAM), and
Computer-Aided Engineering (CAE).
productivity, traditional drawing-and-calculator-based methods are being
replaced by computational engineering tools including drawing software,
solid modelers, finite element analysis software, mathematical packages,
kinematics simulators, dynamic simulators, etc.
The students will learn how information technologies are rapidly changing
the way engineering design, analysis and manufacturing are practiced in