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Mechanical Engineering Drawing

Mechanical Engineering Drawing 1
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Published Date:15-07-2017
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WELCOME TO MECH 211, Mechanical Engineering Drawing Time: M _ W _ _ 10:15 - 11:30 Credits: 3.5 Session: Fall 2013 Introduction Lecture 1 Whatever area you will choose… This course is fundamental. A bit of history • The objective need to communicate A bit of history • The time line History in images Artistic Drawing “Paper could take about anything” Observe the way the posts are crossing Have you ever seen such a construction? The fundamental difference ? Artistic Drawing Mechanical/Technical drawing Content of the Course Introduction to graphic language and design — means and techniques. The third and the first angle projections. Orthographic projection of points, lines, planes and solids. Principal and auxiliary views. Views in a given direction. Sectional views. Intersection of lines, planes and solids. Development of surfaces. Drafting practices. Dimensioning, fits and tolerancing. Computer-aided drawing and solid modelling. Working drawings — detail and assembly drawing. Design practice. Machine elements representation. Case Study A, B, C, D ARE POINTS Content of the Course A D B CA, B, C, D ARE POINTS Content of the Course AB, BC, CD, DA, CA ARE LINES A D B CA, B, C, D ARE POINTS Content of the Course AB, BC, CD, DA, CA ARE LINES A ABC, CDA ARE PLANES D B CA, B, C, D ARE POINTS Content of the Course AB, BC, CD, DA, CA ARE LINES A ABC, CDA ARE PLANES ABCD IS A SOLID D B CContent of the Course A, B, C, D ARE POINTS AB, BC, CD, DA, CA ARE LINES A ABC, CDA ARE PLANES CASE ABCD IS A SOLID STUDY INTERSECTION D PERSPECTIVE ISOMETRIC COMMUNI EXPLAIN GRAPHICS CATION WITH TEXT B C DEVELOP MENT PARALLEL PROJECTION ARTISTIC TECHNICALMission of the Course • Enables the students to learn the techniques and standard practices of technical graphics • At the end of the lectures, one would be able to: – Read a working or assembly drawing (blueprint) – Represent mechanical components in multiview orthographic representation – Create conceptual design sketches – Create assembly drawings (limited) – Capability to use AutoCAD for 2-D representations The amount of acquired skills will be proportional to the capabilities, will and effort of the individuals Main Objective of the Course • To acquire essential skills that are part of the mechanical engineering practice • To be able to communicate with other mechanical engineering professionals regardless their spoken language • To be able to communicate with manufacturers of mechanical systems Class Logistics • 3 teaching hours/week M-W 10:15 –11:30 • 12 weeks and one Review week • 2 hour of tutorial – following the class • 4 hours of laboratory – every 4 Weeks • 3 parallel sections Class Materials http://users.encs.concordia.ca/nrskumar Required textbook Recommended textbook Class Materials • Tutorial materials – handed in during tutorial periods, also available on the web. Tutorials will be held in AUTOCAD labs and set of practicing drawings available on the web site to learn AUTOCAD • Assignments: 8 – available on the internet • Solutions to the assignments will be with PODs after assignment due date • RECOMMENDATION: Attend the classes Class Materials Lect Textbook Description Chapter 1 1, 6 Introduction to graphic language and design, means and techniques, views of a geometric object, multiview projections, applications and examples - ,  2 2, 3, 4 Instruments, geometric constructions, CAD tools, demonstration examples - ,  3 5, 7, 8, 10 Sketching and shape description, shape generation, sectional and auxiliary views, examples and applications - ,  4 19 Descriptive Geometry– Points and lines, examples -   5 19 Descriptive Geometry – Points and lines, examples - ,  6 20 Descriptive Geometry – Parallelism & perpendicularity – examples - ,  7 21 Descriptive Geometry – Solids in space and Intersections – examples - ,  8 21, 22 Descriptive Geometry – Intersections, examples, ,  9 22 Descriptive Geometry – Developments, examples, - ,  10 11, 12 Dimensioning and tolerancing, examples and applications - ,  11 13 Threads, fasteners, springs, gears, examples - ,  12 14 Design and working drawings – examples, Design case study - ,  13 Makeup class, Review–,  During the tutorial period of week 8, the midterm test will be carried  - PowerPoint presentation,  - Material available on course website,  Lecture to be done on board/screen Class Instructor and Contacts Instructor: Dr. S. Narayanswamy Office: EV Building Room: 004 –124 Phone: 848-2424 (7923) Office Hours: _ _ _ J _ 10:00 –12:00 or by appointment e-mail: nrskumarencs.concordia.ca Course Web Site: http://users.encs.concordia.ca/nrskumar/