Design of Computer Aided Design in the Field of Mechanical Engineering

Main Article Content

Tadeusz Chmielniak
Nadica Stojanovic


The process of developing computer models using computer-aided design (CAD) is guided by geometrical parameters. Usually, these models are displayed on a computer. A portion or object on a monitor as a three-dimensional representation a set of components that is easily modifiable altering the pertinent settings. CAD platforms allow Objects should be viewed by designers under a number of simulations to test these items' representations and to real-world circumstances Designing with a computer is an arduous procedure Numerous specialized tools are available can expedite design, reduce errors, and enhance your outcomes. The following will be discussed in this article: learn the lingo used in the CAD business, the general understanding of the steps in the design process and the software tools that are available. Mechanical engineering parts are often designed using manual calculations, drafting, and physical modelling before becoming completely formed parts, according to the traditional process. Due to the lengthy design and development process, hefty labour and material costs, etc., this method is often known for having high costs. A product with this kind of design could also have a low accuracy rating. In order to effectively address these issues, CAD/CAE facilities should be used in the design and development of components and parts. This essay discusses the idea and key elements of CAD/CAE-based mechanical engineering design and development.

Article Details

How to Cite
Tadeusz Chmielniak, & Nadica Stojanovic. (2022). Design of Computer Aided Design in the Field of Mechanical Engineering . Acta Energetica, (01), 08–16. Retrieved from