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Unformatted text preview: B. Course Syllabus Course Syllabus 1. Department: Civil and Environmental Engineering 2. Course number and title: 180:216 Introductory Computer-Aided Design and Drafting (3 cr.) 3. Course (catalog) description: Principles of computer-aided design and drafting (CADD); graphic entities, hatch patterns, layering, part file creation and information extraction. Two-dimensional drafting and pictorial drawings using a CADD system. Introduction to three-dimensional modeling and surface revolution. CADD application in civil engineering. 4. Prerequisite(s): 440:127 Introduction to Computers for Engineers 5. Text books and other required material: Required: R.S. Sahai, Teach Yourself Microstation J, Alpha Press, 2000 Optional: G.R. Bertoline, Fundamentals of Graphic Communication, The Irwin Graphic Series. Course objectives: To provide the students with an understanding of the roll of the engineer on a design team and the importance of the standards. To provide the knowledge and hands-on practice of computer-aided design and drafting, and to use CADD software in civil engineering design. 7. Topics covered: Graphic language and design Introduction to CADD Lettering Geometric construction Multi-view projection Sectional views Dimensioning Design and working drawings 8. Class/Laboratory schedule: (number of sessions each week and duration of each session) Lecture 1 hr., lab 3 hrs., recitation 1 hr. per week 9. Contribution of course to meeting the professional component: (mathematics, basic science, engineering science, engineering design, or general education) Engineering science and design. 10. Relationship of course to program objectives: The course provides the students with a design experience using modern engineering tools and techniques. 11. Person(s) who prepared this description and date of preparation: Name(s) : S. Antoljak Date: 4/10/00 Course Syllabus 1. Department: Civil and Environmental Engineering 2. Course number and title: 180:243 Mechanics of Solids (3 cr.) 3. Course (catalog) description: Axial force, shear, moment, and torque in structural members; stress, strain, and stress-strain relations; principal stresses and strains; torsion of circular shafts; bending of singly symmetric beams; compound loading; buckling of columns; statically indeterminate systems. 4. Prerequisite(s): Math:251 Multi variable Calculus; 440:221 Statics. Corequisite Math:244 Diff. Equations 5. Text books and other required material: Gere, J.M., Timeshinko, S.P., (1997) Mechanics of Materials , 4 th Ed., PWS Publishing Co. 6. Course objectives: The objective of this course is to give the student an in-depth understanding of the effect of external loads on the behavior of members, which they will use in subsequent design courses....
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This note was uploaded on 10/04/2011 for the course PRIMARY 1044 taught by Professor Smith during the Spring '11 term at Western State Colorado University .

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