Mechanical engineering, the broadest of all Engineering disciplines deals with design and production of tools, machines and all other mechanical equipment to be used in industries. The major requirements develop the students' ability to apply scientific principles in the design and analysis of mechanical and energy conversion systems. Students are challenged with design problems in most of the major courses, which provide opportunities for developing creativity in solving real-world problems
Mechanical engineering is concerned with all types of machinery in industries and all aspects of their mechanism and functioning; the design, and development.
The work of a Mechanical Engineer can be extremely challenging and fulfilling, requiring IT, design and analytical skills together with an ability to work as a team. As their work involves production, transmission and use of mechanical power and heat, they have to analyse the different materials used for the machines and their tolerances, investigate the different energy sources and the power they generate and the design problems if any.
Pyramid has come up with the software tools that allow students not only to draw objects in the computer, but also to determine forces, stresses, and motion.
Students can even fabricate objects directly from the computer model using rapid prototyping tools. These tools can also be used to teach fundamental engineering material. Thus, a curriculum can be envisioned where freshman learn how to create solid models.
This tool can then be used throughout the curriculum to teach the basic technical principles that the students need in their professional career. These skills include visualization of objects, design, strength of materials, and motion analysis.
Our various design software helps the mechanical students to validate their designs.