INSTRUCTOR SYLLABUS / COURSE OUTLINE Instructor: Mary Beth Meyer Semester/Session: FALL 2018 Telephone: 412-469-6359 Office Hours: Tue–Wed-Thurs – 4:45until 5:45 pm Wed – 1:30 until 3:30 pm Mon & Fri by appointment E-Mail Address: [email protected] Office Location: D-508 Section Dates Days Time Room Class Section(s) Time & Location: 01 08/20-12/10 Tue&Thu 10:25-12:05 pm D104 Additional Instructor Information: Course Number: EDD-101-SC61 Course Title: Engineering Drawing 1 Course Credits: 3.00 CEUs Lecture hours: 2 Lab hours: 2 Clinical: Studio: Practicum: Prerequisite(s): None Co-requisite(s): None Course Description: This course provides training and background to produce civil engineering working drawings using computer-aided drafting techniques. Emphasis will be on site plan development and the preparation of drawings and specifications for land development. Topics include maps, surveys, site plans, utilities, subdivision planning, roads, topography and grading, storm water drainage, sanitary sewer considerations, and the basic use of GPS systems. Learning Outcomes: Upon successful completion of the course, the student will: 1. Identify the types of lines used in technical drawings and technical sketches. 2. Identify the basic tools used by drafters. 3. Create sketches of both two and three dimensional objects using correct sketching methods. 4. Sketch the primary views of an orthographic drawing in proper orientation and alignment. 5. Draw the six standard views of an object using proper conventions, placement and alignment. 6. Describe the concept of sectional views. 7. Explain the purpose of cutting-plane lines. 8. Describe the difference among multiview projection, axonometric projection, oblique projection and perspective drawings. 9. Create an isometric drawing and an oblique drawing. 10. Prepare a fully annotated engineering drawing using conventional dimensioning techniques as required by the ANSI and ISO drafting standards. 11. Explain the difference between aligned and unidirectional dimensioning systems.
1. The graphic language 2. Sketching 3. Lettering 4. Drawing tools 5. Orthographic projection 6. Geometric constructions 7. Section views 8. Auxiliary views 9. Dimensioning and drawing annotation 10. Pictorial drawing 11. Computer generated drawings Materials and Resources: Required Text(s): Engineering Graphics, Giesecke, Mitchell, Spencer, et al 8 th edition Prentice Hall / Pearson; ISBN: 0-13-141521-2 Required Materials: 3-Ring Binder Notebook and USB Flash Drive (16-32 Mb suggested) Recommended Text(s): Audio-Visual Materials: Blackboard: Videos, Overhead Project Screen, etc. Directed Study: Open Lab, Tutoring, etc. B-bldg. Computer Lab has five (5) CAD computers & Tutoring D-319
Teaching Methods: Teaching methods to be utilized during the semester will include but are not limited to: "how-to" videos , key terms and definitions of main topics through slides (PowerPoint), tutorial demonstration of software (Civil 3D), group discussion ( self-exam questions) of civil engineering and surveying standards, individual and group project (s) and possible outside speaker(s). Anticipated weekly preparation time on the part of the
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