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28 March 2012

Bhopal’s Atif Aziz book published by Germany's Lambert Academic Publishing company

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By Pervez Bari

Bhopal: A German publishing house has published a book of Bhopal's young engineer Atif Aziz on Mechanical Engineering authored by him.

Atif Aziz book has been published by Lambert Academic Publishing, Germany, in January this year which is entitle as “Investigating the modelling capabilities for freeform geometries”.
Atif is a young Mechanical Engineer who obtained his Master’s degree in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Leeds, United Kingdom. He did his MBA from Bhopal’s Barkatullah University. He is the editor of a reputed International Journal of Ultra Scientist of Physical Sciences. He has worked in CSIR Laboratory, India. He has to his credit several articles which have been published in reputed journals.

He is the son of Dr. Aziz-ul-Hasan Ansari, Professor of Chemistry, who retired from local Saifia Post-Graduate College of Science.

Atif’s book investigates the capabilities of two softwares viz. Computer Aided Industrial Design (CAID) software and Mechanical Computer Aided Design, (MCAD), software on the modelling of artefacts which have got freeform geometry. In this modern world of competition products are not only designed considering the functionality but special considerations are given to its form/aesthetic which can bring a desire in the mind of consumer to own that product. It is used in Automobile Industry, Fast-moving consumer goods (FMCG) and Aircraft Industry.

Feature modelling is nowadays the predominant way of product modelling. The modelling facilities of feature modelling systems are quite diverse, but a major shortcoming in nearly all of them is that their shape domain is limited to use of primitive shapes. Because of strength, flow, aesthetic or other requirements, products often contain freeform surfaces, the book states.

[Pervez Bari is a senior Journalist based at Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh. He is associated with IndianMuslimObserver.com as Bureau Chief (Madhya Pradesh). He can be contacted at pervezbari@eth.net]

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