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INTRODUCTION
Chapter 1 Getting started with Inventor 2014
1.1 What is Inventor?
1.2 First 3-D design in Inventor
1.3 Industrial application of Inventor
Chapter 2 File import and export
2.1 Various file types
2.2 Importance of file types
2.3 Assessment (2 Problems)

PART MODELING
Chapter 3 Getting started in part modeling
3.1 Graphical User Interfaces (GUI)
3.2 Tips and Techniques in inventor
3.3 First run in part modeling
Chapter 4 Sketching techniques
4.1 draw commands
4.2 modify commands
4.3 pattern and constraints
4.5 Format project Commands
4.6 Assessment (5 Problems)
Chapter 5 Modeling Techniques-I
5.1 Extrude and revolve commands
5.2 Work Features
5.3 loft, sweep and rib commands
5.4 Assessment (5 Problems)
Chapter 6 Modeling Techniques-II
6.1 Coil and Emboss commands
6.2 modify commands (Hole, fillet, rib, shell etc.)
6.3 pattern command
6.4 Assessment (5 Problems)
Chapter 7 Modeling Techniques-III
7.1 Surface command
7.3 Assessment (5 Problems)
Chapter 8 Inspection and Tools
8.1 measure part model
8.2 appearance and material selection
8.3 bill of material (BIM)
Chapter 9 Review part modeling
9.1 Assessment (Minor Project)

ASSEMBLY MODELING
Chapter 10 Getting started in assembly modeling
10.1 What is assembly?
10.2 Tips and tricks for Assembly
Chapter 11 Assembly workflows-I
11.1 Component placement
11.2 Constraints application
11.3 Assembly (mate, angle, tangent etc.)
11.4 Assessment (5 problems)
Chapter 12 Assembly workflows-II
12.1 Joint commands (Rigid, cylindrical, slider etc.)
12.2 Pattern, Mirror and Copy in Assembly
12.3 Assessment (3 problems)
Chapter 13 Degree of freedom
13.1 DOF command and its application
13.2 Review of all commands
13.3 Assessment (5 Problems)
Chapter 14 Advanced topics in assembly
14.1 Productivity tool
14.2 Simplify assembly model
14.3 Inspect assembly
14.4 Assessments (5 problems)
Chapter 15 Engineering Design in assembly -I
15.1 fasten design
15.2 frames
15.3 Springs
15.4 Assessment (5 problems)
Chapter 16 Engineering Design in assembly -II
16.1 Power Transmission
16.2 Assessment (5 problems)

REPORT MAKING
Chapter 17 Presentation and exploded views
17.1 2D drawing of assembly 3-D models
17.2 Exploded presentation of 3-D models
17.3 Assessment (5 problems)
GROB DESIGN PVT. LTD.
Training & Consultancy
CAD / FEM / CFD / BES (Building Energy Simulation)
AUTODESK INVENTOR 2014
SYLLABUS


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ADVANCED TOPICS
Chapter 18 Sheet metal
18.1 Sketching review
18.2 Create command (Face, Flange, Counter Flange,
Counter roll etc)
18.3 Modify command (cut corner seam, punch tool, rip
etc)
18.4 Assessment (5 Problems)
Chapter 19 Frame generator
19.1 Frame Files
19.2 Frame members into Skelton model
19.3 End Treatments (Miter, Trim to Frame, Notch etc.)
19.4 Publish structural files
19.5 Assessment (5 Problems)
Chapter 20 Weld design
20.1 Weld Preparations
20.2 Machining Features
20.3 Different kind of weld joints
20.4 Documentation
20.5 Assessment (5 problems)
Chapter 21 Plastic Product Design
21.1 Introduction of various features
21.2 Create various feature (thicken, offset, shell, grill,
rule, rest etc)
21.3 Assessment (5 Problems)

STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS AND DYNAMIC
SIMULATION
Chapter 22 Static and Dynamic analysis
22.1 Setup for FEM simulation
22.2 Various Boundaries types for simulations
22.3 Results from simulation
22.4 Assessment (5 Problems)









PROJECT GUIDE
One major Project which cover most of the
features of the Autodesk Inventor software.


TIME DURATION

Sr.
No
Section Time (in
days)
1 Introduction 01
2 Part Modeling 07
3 Assembly Modeling 07
4 Report Making 01
5 Advanced Topic 07
6 Structural Analysis and Simulation 03
7 Project Guide 03
8 Exam 01
Total Time 30