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Autocad

AutoCAD is a commercial software application for 2D and 3D computer-aided design (CAD) and drafting — available since 1982 as a desktop application and since 2010 as a mobile web- and cloud-based app marketed as AutoCAD 360. AutoCAD is used across a wide range of industries, by architects, project managers, engineers, graphic designers, and other professionals.

CIVIL Engineering

AutoCAD is a 2-D and 3-D computer-aided drafting software application used in architecture, construction and manufacturing to assist in the preparation of blueprints and other engineering plans. Professionals who use AutoCAD are often referred to as drafters. While drafters work in a number of specialties, the six most common specialization areas are mechanical drafting, architectural drafting, civil drafting, electrical drafting, electronics drafting and aeronautical drafting.

Mechanical Engineering

Mechanical engineering is a broad field that encompasses industry, business, medicine and even law. Planning and designing mechanical objects is the primary focus of mechanical engineers, whether they are producing engine and motor components or complete devices like refrigerators and robots. Design programs like AutoCAD help mechanical engineers do their jobs by helping them create preliminary designs and spot flaws before production, saving time and resources.

Electrical engineering

The first application of CAD was in the electronics industry. With the increasing complexity of electronic devices, computers have become imperative in electrical design. Integrated circuits (ICs) are a good example of this developed dependency on CAD. Each integrated circuit used to have less then thirty transistors and a thousand geometries (geometric patterns). Now, these numbers have risen drastically. With over one million transistors and ten million geometries per IC, the conventional method of design is no longer an option.