ENGINEERING TRIPOS PART IA - 2012/2013
LECTURE COURSES ASSOCIATED WITH COURSEWORK
Leader: Dr N. Crilly
Timing: Five 2-hour sessions in the Michaelmas Term,seven 2-hour sessions in the Lent Term, and four 2-hour sessions in the Easter Term.
Structure: A short lecture will introduce each of the 16 sessions.
The aim of this course is to enable students to:
- Understand the role of
drawing and CAD in the design process.
- Make and interpret
- Solve simple geometric
problems using graphical techniques.
As specific objectives, at the end of the course students should be able to:
- Understand projection
theory and its use to make required views of lines and planes.
- Understand orthographic
projections of solid objects.
- Make orthographic
projections of engineering objects, using the conventions of BS 8888: 2008.
- Make isometric sketches.
- Make assembly drawings.
- Use a professional CAD package to create models of engineering components and assemblies.
- Projection of points, lines
- Perpendicular distance
- True and edge views of
- Application to simple vector mechanics
- 3-D visualisation and
- Intersection of simple
- Isometric projection; Sketching.
- Introduction to dimensioning.
- Orthographic projection.
- Basic drawing conventions,
including sections, to BS 8888: 2008.
- Representation of simple
- Representation of
- Introduction to a
professional CAD package.
Please see the Booklist for Part IA Courses for references for this module.
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