Engineering Graphic Modelling - 1st Edition - ISBN: 9780408003056, 9781483105123

Engineering Graphic Modelling

1st Edition

A Workbook for Design Engineers

Authors: E. Tjalve M. M. Andreasen F. Frackmann Schmidt
eBook ISBN: 9781483105123
Imprint: Newnes
Published Date: 29th March 1979
Page Count: 128
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Description

Engineering Graphic Modelling: A Practical Guide to Drawing and Design covers how engineering drawing relates to the design activity. The book describes modeled properties, such as the function, structure, form, material, dimension, and surface, as well as the coordinates, symbols, and types of projection of the drawing code. The text provides drawing techniques, such as freehand sketching, bold freehand drawing, drawing with a straightedge, a draughting machine or a plotter, and use of templates, and then describes the types of drawing. Graphic designers, design engineers, mechanical engineers, and draughtsmen will find this book invaluable.

Table of Contents


How to Use this Book

Drawing and Design

1 Modeled Properties

1.0 Summary

1.1 Function

1.2 Structure

1.3 Form

1.4 Material

1.5 Dimension

1.6 Surface

2 The Receiver

2.0 Summary Examples

3 The Drawing Code

3.0 Summary

3.1 Coordinates

3.2 Symbols

3.3 Types of Projection

4 Drawing Technique

4.0 Summary

4.1 Freehand Sketching

4.2 Bold Freehand Drawing

4.3 Drawing with a Straightedge

4.4 Drawing with a Draughting Machine

4.5 Use of Templates

4.6 Drawing with a Plotter

5 Types of Drawing

5.0 Summary

5.1 Block Diagrams

5.2 Drawings of Principle

5.3 Layouts

5.4 Detail Drawings

5.5 Assembly Drawings

5.6 Exploded Views

5.7 Overlay Drawings

5.8 Patent Drawings

5.9 Bar or Column Diagrams

5.10 Graphs, Cartesian Co-Ordinate System

5.11 Graphs, Polar Co-Ordinate System

5.12 Representation of Surfaces

5.13 Trilinear Charts

5.14 Diagrams

5.15 Sector Diagrams

5.16 Percentage Column

5.17 Nomogram

5.18 Other Types of Drawing

6 Bibliography


Details

No. of pages:
128
Language:
English
Copyright:
© Newnes 1979
Published:
Imprint:
Newnes
eBook ISBN:
9781483105123

About the Author

E. Tjalve

M. M. Andreasen

F. Frackmann Schmidt