Women Graduates are trained with basics in Industry application from basic science Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry

Training in application Software by Industry Professional, to train others with preparation as TRAINER to empower.


Women graduate are given training for the selected department in application software for 3 months to become TRAINER
While training, Trainee has to prepare Training material as per LMS, Stipend will be provided on completion of  assigned
First year to Final year Women graduate also given training for the selected department in application software, Stipend will be provided on completion of  assigned as per year. CERTIFICATE will be provided to become a TRAINER in LMS

AIM of this training is to get employment directly or indirectly from Industries, Government organization either state or central bodies. Also to develop or support rural industries & other application industries either as induvial or self group



Shafts serve as a support for rotating parts and transmit torques. They are among the most critical parts of machines, so they are subject to high requirements for manufacturing accuracy, strength, rigidity, stability and the nature of vibrations. The APM Shaft module allows you to perform the entire cycle of designing shafts and axes, from design development to static and dynamic calculations.



The APM WinMachine system includes the APM Material Data database, which contains all the necessary material parameters, such as Young's modulus, Poisson's ratio, density, etc. To create a working drawing, sections of the APM Mechanical Data database are used.

Creation of working drawings

With APM Shaft, you can prepare data for further automatic generation of a working drawing of a shaft. The drawing is saved in the APM Graph module in *.agr format.

The final editing of the drawing is done using the APM Graph drawing and graphic editor.

APM Shaft functionality

With APM Shaft you can calculate and build:

  • reactions in shaft bearings;
  • diagrams of bending moments and bending angles;
  • diagrams of torsion moments and angles of twist;
  • deformed state of the shaft;
  • stress state under static loading;
  • fatigue safety factor;
  • diagrams of the distribution of transverse forces;
  • eigenfrequencies and eigen shaft shapes.

Calculation results can be saved in an internal file, as well as in a file with *.rtf extension, which can be easily edited if necessary.

Specialized graphics editor

The APM Shaft module has a specialized graphical editor for defining the geometry of shafts and axes. The editor provides the user with flexible and convenient tools that provide:

  • defining the shaft design;
  • input of loads acting on the shaft;
  • placement of supports on which the shaft is mounted.

A distinctive feature of the graphical shaft editor of the APM Shaft module is the presence of a special set of primitives - these are the main elements of the shaft design (cylindrical and conical sections, chamfers, fillets, grooves, holes, threaded sections, keys, splines, etc.) acting on the shaft loads and supports on which it is placed. The use of such primitives greatly simplifies the input and editing of shaft geometry and other data necessary for performing calculations.

Methods and criteria for calculation

The stressed and deformed states of the shaft are calculated by the methods of resistance of materials. So, the deformed state is described by the Mohr method, and the disclosure of static indeterminacy is performed by the force method. Static strength is evaluated by equivalent stresses obtained by the energy method. Dynamic characteristics such as natural frequencies and natural shapes are determined by the method of initial parameters.

The calculation of fatigue strength is reduced to finding the safety factor in the current section along the length of the shaft, both at a constant external load and in the case when the law of its change with time is known.