Course Co-ordinated by IIT Kanpur
 Coordinators IIT Kanpur

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Overview of CAD, CAD Applications, Solid Modeling: Wireframe, B-Rep, CSG approaches, Transformations and Projections, Mathematical representation of curves and surfaces, Ferguson, Bezier and B-spline curves and properties, Ferguson, Bezier and Bspline surfaces and properties, Computations for Geometric Design, Introduction to Finite Element Analysis and Optimization.

 Lecture Topic 1-3 CAD Applications: Engineering Products, analogy: documentation, Design Representation, FEM, Optimization, Software/AutoCAD/Mechanical Desktop/I-DEAS. 4 Solid Modeling: Representation of Solids. 5-6 Solid Modeling: Topology. 7 Solid Modeling: topology, wireframe modeling. 8 Solid Modeling: Boundary Representation. 9 Solid Modeling: Boundary Representation, CSG, Operations: extrude, revolve, examples. 10-12 Design of Curves: Representation, piecewise continuous, differential geometry of curves. 13-15 Design of Curves: Ferguson segments, Bézier segments. 16-17 Design of Curves: Bézier segments. 18-25 Design of Curves: B-Splines. 26-27 Design of Curves: Rational Curves/NURBS. 28 Design of Surfaces: Piecewise continuous, differential geometry. 29-30 Design of Surface patches: Fersugon,16 point form, Bézier, B-spline. 31 Design of Coon's surface patches. 32 Design of Composite Surfaces: Ferguson and Bézier surfaces. 33-34 Computational geometry. 35 Mesh generation. 36-38 FEM: An introduction. 39 Optimization: Single variable methods. 40 Optimization: KKT conditions. 41 Optimization: Stochastic Methods.
• For post graduate and final year students.

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3. Mortenson M. E., Geometric Modeling, John Wiley and Sons, New York., 1985.