Ch03_Lecture_Solid-Objects

Ch03_Lecture_Solid-O - Chapter 3 Depicting the Geometry of Solid objects An engineering sketch is used to communicate ideas about the shape of a

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Chapter 3 Depicting the Geometry of Solid objects An engineering sketch is used to communicate ideas about the shape of a three-dimensional (solid) object. A solid object is contained by its bounding surfaces. A surface may have various degrees of curvature. An edge defines the intersection of two surfaces. A vertex defines the intersection of three or more edges. Sketch the shape of a solid object by locating the vertices (points) and connecting them with edges (lines).
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Solid Object with Planar Surfaces
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Solid Object with a Cylindrical Surface
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Solid Object Composed of a Toroidal Surface
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Solid Object Composed of Warped Surfaces
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A pictorial sketch represents a three-dimensional object on a two-dimensional surface by orienting the object to simultaneously view its width, height and depth. The three common types of pictorial sketches are: Isometric - unit length the same on each isometric axis. Oblique
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This note was uploaded on 01/31/2011 for the course ME 105 taught by Professor Stephentennyson during the Spring '10 term at Boise State.

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Ch03_Lecture_Solid-O - Chapter 3 Depicting the Geometry of Solid objects An engineering sketch is used to communicate ideas about the shape of a

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