Documentation Skills

When we think about documentation skills, the first thing that comes to mind is writing — grammar, spelling, and sentence structuring... Documentation is about communicating through various media and finding the best way to convey an idea.







Skill level

An academic manuscript should include “theory” and “research” to indicate an in-depth study of the subject. Understanding both these elements will help authors draft high-quality engineering-related manuscripts. In other words, it is important that engineers document the design process so that they can communicate it to others and ensure no information is lost. It is also critical for convincing decision-makers to approve the project and move it forward. 

Documentation for engineers needs to have a clear understanding of the purpose of the documentation they are preparing. This requires good oral communication skills and interpersonal skills. They also need to be able to produce effective written materials, so that they need good writing skills. Design skills are essential so that they can produce visual images as part of their documentation. They also need to produce diagrams and schematics to scale and need mathematical skills to perform calculations related to their work. Since it's important that the documentation they provide be thorough and they need to pay attention to detail in their work.

This course provides all the mentioned skills and the complete process with the meaningful pattern in terms of representing the data in a systematic procedure which helps the trainees not only for the graduation and post-graduation but also changes the thought process towards document writing.

  • Basic Requirements
  • Ethics -Plagiarism
  • Knowledge
  • Skill
  • Word Construction
  • Sentence Formation
    • Tense
    • Voice
    • Style
  • Flowchart
  • Thesis Procedure
  •   Title
  •   Abstract
  •   Abbreviations
  •   Content/ Index
  •   Introduction
  •   Literature Review
  •   Methodology
  •   Results/Findings
  •   Summary/ Discussion
  •   Conclusion
  •   Bibliography
  •   Appendix
  • Font/ Style
  • Spacing/Margin
  • Supporting Stuff

  • References

ANSYS MAPDL (Classic) is the leading software solution that uses finite element analysis (FEA) for various analyses/simulations using the ANSYS Mechanical interface. It covers an enormous range of applications in the field of mechanical, aerospace, bio-medical, automotive, structural, and much more in 3 phases i.e., pre-processing, solution & post-processing. Ansys Mechanical APDL is also used to model advanced materials, complex environmental loadings, and industry-specific requirements in areas such as offshore hydrodynamics and layered composite materials as well.

This course is recommended for anyone who wishes to perform Finite Element Analysis (FEA) of mechanical parts and has little or no ANSYS Mechanical APDL (MAPDL) software experience. The ANSYS Mechanical APDL workflow, graphical user interface, along with the APDL command syntax, will be introduced to users. The focus will be on linear static structural analyses, although the concepts presented will provide a strong foundation to allow the user to solve other physics, such as thermal analyses, or more complicated analysis procedures with ANSYS MAPDL. After completing the course, attendees shall be able to use the ANSYS Mechanical APDL software efficiently to set up, solve, and post-process linear static analyses.

Please note that for those wishing to learn the Workbench version of ANSYS Mechanical should attend the “Introduction to ANSYS Mechanical” training course instead.

  • Introduction to the Finite Element Method
  • What is the Finite Element Method?
  • History
  • About ANSYS
  • ANSYS Basics
  • ANSYS Classic Environment
  • GUI – Graphics and Picking
  • The Database and Files
  • Saving Files
  • Exiting ANSYS
  • File Types
  • Overview
  • Preliminary Decisions
  • Preprocessing
  • Solution
  • Post processing
  • Simple Model creations
  • Hierarchy of model elements & its connections
  • Import of CAD model
  • Work Plane creation & importance
  • Boolean Operations
  • Operational commands
  • Model Connectivity
  • Model Checks
  • Setting Element Attributes
  • Element Type selection & its options
  • Section properties,Real Constants
  • Assigning Element Attributes
  • Free Mesh & Mapped Mesh
  • Mesh Controls
  • 3D Mesh – Hex, Tet, Hybrid
  • Mesh Connectivity
  • Mesh Quality & Checks
Documentation Skills

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1800 /3 month
  • Self - Paced Program
  • Certification on completion
  • Course Content: Available
  • Non- Convertible
  • One Time Payment
  • Contact for group enrollments
  • Interaction : Online(Whatsapp)
  • Hands - On : Real - Time Projects


3500 /Lifetime
  • Self - Paced Program
  • Certification on completion
  • Course Content: Available
  • Non- Convertible
  • Contact for group enrollments
  • One Time Payment
  • Student Community
  • Interaction : Online(Whatsapp)
  • Hands - On : Real -Time Projects
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