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Drawing is commonly used mode of communication in engineering industry. Appropriate exposure to drawing helps the students to translate different ideas into practical applications. Acquisition of drafting skill is used to make the drawing of a given object or component which makes other’s can understand and interpret. Hence drawing is regarded as a pre-requisite for engineering graduates. With these objectives in view, the following topics have been covered.

Introduction to Engineering drawing, line types, lettering and dimensioning, Free hand sketch, Plane Geometry, Projection of points, lines, traces and planes, Auxiliary views, Projection of solids, Sections of solids, Interpenetration of solids, Development of surfaces, Orthographic projections, Sectional views, Isometric projections and Introduction to CAD.

 Lecture No. Topic 1. Introduction to Engineering drawing, Importance and Areas of applications. Drawing Instruments and usages, Lettering practice, Standards etc. 2. Line types and Dimensioning, Border lines and title blocks and Freehand sketch. 3. Scales - Plain scale, Diagonal scale and Scale of chords. 4. Geometrical constructions Division of equal parts. Division of equal angles. Construction of polygons. 5. Plane Geometry - Conic sections - Ellipse. 6. Conic sections - Parabola and Hyperbola. 7. Cycloidal curves - Cycloid and Trochoides. 8. Curves - Epicycloid and Hypocycloid. 9. Curves - Involutes of circle and polygons Cylindrical and Conical Helix. 10. Projection of points. 11. Projections of straight lines, Projections of traces (HT,VT etc.). 12. Projection of lines - Auxiliary plane method. 13. Projection of planes. 14. Projections of solids. 15. Projections of solids. 16. Sections of solids and true shapes. 17. Interpenetration of solids. 18. Interpenetration of solids. 19. Development of surfaces. 20. Development of surfaces - Sphere and Transition pieces. 21. Orthographic projections - 1st angle and 3rd angle. 22. Orthographic projections. 23. Oblique projection. 24. Perspective projection. 25. Introduction to CAD. 26. Introduction to CAD. 27. Introduction to CAD. 28. Introduction to CAD.
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