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KLE TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY

Hubballi– 580030

PRESENTATION ON INDUSTRIAL TRAINING


UNDER THE GUIDANCE OF
Dr. Krishnaraja. G. Kodanch

SUBMITTED BY
CHANDRASHEKHAR HIREMATH
[01FE16MMD001]
VIN DESIGN SOLUTION

VIN DESIGN SOLUTIONS (VDS) is an endeavour established in 2008 to


provide MECHANICAL, NON IT Services and design solutions to
various industries globally.
ENGINEERING SERVICES

CAD Modelling
Human Body Model Development for Advanced Injury Studies
FE Analysis
CATIA Modules
• Sketcher

• Part Design

• WireFrame and Surface Design

• Sheet Metal Design

• Assembly

• Drafting
METHODLOGY USED IN INDUSTRY
 A Boolean operation is Used to create solid part in
industry .
 It allows to add, subtract geometries or simply find the
intersection between 2 or more geometries.
 used to create Constructive Solid Geometry (CSG) and
also used to create composite solids from two or more
solids.
 Constructive solid geometry allows a modeler to create a
complex surface or object by using Boolean operators to
combine simpler objects.
BOOLEAN OPERATIONS:

 Assemble
 Add
 Remove
 Intersect
 Union Trim
 Remove Lump
Designed using Boolean operation
What is BIW

 BIW stands for Body in white.

 A Body in white is an assembly of a frame and panels,


made up of homogeneous materials (for instance, steel
or aluminum sheets or composites
BIW Mainly Refers To

Body in White or BIW refers to the stage in automobile

manufacturing in which the car body sheet metal (including

doors, hoods, Trunks, bumpers and deck lids) has been assembled

but before the components (engine, chassis, exterior and

interior trim i.e. door coverings, roof liners, carpets, seats,

electronics, plastic trim parts) have been added.


Purpose of Body design
Aesthetics:
 To provide a pleasing overall appearance, surface quality and
consistent details.

Structural function:
 To support the weight of the transported passengers and load as well
as the mechanical parts required for vehicle propulsion, control
and other system functions, so withstanding mechanical stresses
from multiple sources.

Ergonomy and roominess:


 To supply easy access and adequate room for the driver, passengers
and transported goods.
Safety:

 To ensure integrity of passenger compartment in the event of a crash, while


absorbing the impact energy as well as to reduce injuries to vulnerable
road users (pedestrians, wheelers), in case of collision.

Aerodynamics:

 To minimize drag due to air impact; to control air flow effects on tyre-road contact
and vehicle stability.

Insulation:
 To minimize noise, vibration and thermal transmission, generated by body walls,
by lack of sealing between compartment and movable parts and by thermal
radiation from the surfaces of passengers compartment.

Visibility:

 To provide the highest possible day and night visibility on the environment and to
host the lighting devices in the most effective way.
Classification

There are two kinds of body structures in use:-

1. Monocoque Body Structure

2. Frame mounted Body Structure


REINFORCEMENT OF BIW STRUCTURE