Principles of engineering graphics, 2nd ed (paper)

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Résumé de Principles of engineering graphics, 2nd ed (paper)

Based on the latest edition of Engineering Graphics, the second edition of Principles of Engineering Graphics is a combination textbook/workbook that provides students with a dynamic and up-to-date learning tool at an affordable price. The high quality illustrations and problems that made Engineering Graphics the definitive text in its field for over two decades have been incorporated in Principles of Engineering Graphics, Second Edition. Chapters on computer graphics cover the latest equipment and procedures in computer-aided drafting and design. Examples based on several of the most popular CAD software programs and many illustrations of computer-generated drawing are included as well. Principles of Engineering Graphics, Second Edition, consistently reflects CAD/CAM trends and the latest ANSI standards. Chapters on manufacturing processes, dimensioning, tolerancing, and threads and fasteners have been extensively reviewed and updated to ensure their conformity with the latest standards.

Sommaire de Principles of engineering graphics, 2nd ed (paper)

1. The Graphic Language and Design.
2. Instrumental Drawing.
3. Introduction to CAD.
4. Lettering.
5. Geometric Constructions.
6. Sketching and Shape Description.
7. Multiview Projection.
8. Using a CAD System.
9. Sectional Views.
10. Auxiliary Views.
11. Revolutions.
12. Manufacturing Processes.
13. Dimensioning.
14. Tolerancing.
15. Thread, Fasteners, and Springs.
16. Design and Working Drawings.
17. Axonometric Projection.
18. Oblique Projection.
19. Points, Lines, and Planes.
20. Parallelism and Perpendicularity.
21. Intersections and Developments.
22. Line and Plane Tangencies.
23. Graphs and Diagrams.
Appendix
Index
Worksheets

Commentaire de Principles of engineering graphics, 2nd ed (paper)

  • emphasizes technical sketching throughout and includes a chapter devoted to sketching that integrates the concept of views with freehand sketching - introducing multiview and pictorial drawing.
  • contains the same caliber illustrations and drawings that made Gieseckes Engineering Graphics the undisputed market leader for over twenty years.
  • solid coverage of multiview projection, auxiliary views, sectioning, revolutions, and pictorial drawings gives students a sound orientation to the elements of graphic communication.
  • integrates computer technology and applications throughout the text. A thorough glossary of CAD/CAM terms and concepts are included in an appendix.
  • includes chapters on manufacturing processes, dimensioning, tolerancing, threads and fasteners