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Which is the best software as a mechanical engineer I will learn?

Question asked by Prajapati Hemal M in #Mechanical on Jun 17, 2019
Prajapati Hemal M
Prajapati Hemal M · Jun 17, 2019
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...and what will be cost of learning if I learn?

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Ankita Katdare
Ankita Katdare · Jun 17, 2019
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@Ambarish Ganesh @Bala Venkat Can you help with suggestions?

Ambarish Ganesh
Ambarish Ganesh · Jun 17, 2019
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Depending on your inclination (design or maths/analysis), here are a few software you could get trained in - (these are software used by a majority of companies in India)

Designing Software:

• AutoCAD : 2D design

• Creo and Solidworks: 3D design

Simulation Software: 

Software that helps analyze the behavior, stresses, and deflections in complex systems.

•Ansys and Nastran: Structural linear/nonlinear and Dynamics analysis.

• Matlab: Numerical computation, visualization, programming.

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There are many online courses that will help you get started for free. 

Bala Venkat
Bala Venkat · Jun 17, 2019
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There are certification courses for most skills and tools out there. If you think, official certification would look great on your resume, by all means, do get one. However, most exams that need to be taken for certification are not cheap. Do tell us what you choose, so that we can tell you the pricing for it. @Prajapati Hemal M

Ramani Aswath
Ramani Aswath · Jun 17, 2019
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Since robotics is on the rise, some sort of Artificial intelligence background will prove useful.

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