Geometric and Engineering Drawing


  • K. Morling, Graduate of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, Master of Philosophy


Book information

  • Published: July 2010
  • Imprint: ELSEVIER
  • ISBN: 978-0-08-096768-4

Table of Contents

Preface for the Third Edition
Part 1, Geometric Drawing
1. Scales
2. The construction of geometric figures from given data
3. Isometric projecion
4. The construction of circles to satisfy given conditions
5. Tangency
6. Oblique projection
7. Enlarging and reducing plane figures and equivalent areas
8. The blending of lines and curves
9. Loci
10. Orthographic projection
11. Conic sections -- the ellipse, parabola, hyperbola
12. Intersection of regular solids
13. Further orthographic projection
14. Developments
15. Further problems in loci
16. Freehand sketching
17. Some more problems solved by drawing
Part 2, Engineering Drawing
18. Modifications to text and drawings on accompanying documents
Postscript - Planning a design
Appendix A -Sizes of ISO metric hexagon nuts, bolts and washers
Appendix B -Sizes of slotted and castle nuts with metric threads
Appendix C - Simplified representation of threaded fasteners