1 - INTRODUCTION TO ENGINEERING GRAPHICS. LETTERING AND...

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ENGR 111A GC-1 INTRODUCTION TO ENGINEERING GRAPHICS. LETTERING AND SKETCHING
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Question How many of you have parents/ grandparents/aunts/uncles, etc. who are engineers? Any comments about the way they think or communicate? Anything peculiar about the way they write or draw?
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? Importance of Technical Graphics Problem Definition Exploration of Ideas Design Analysis Refinement and Optimization Implementation What steps of the linear engineering design process involve the use of technical graphics?
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Importance of Technical Graphics Problem Definition Exploration of Ideas Design Analysis Refinement and Optimization Implementation
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Importance of Technical Graphics Problem Definition Exploration of Ideas Design Analysis Refinement and Optimization Implementation
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Importance of Technical Graphics Problem Definition Exploration of Ideas Design Analysis Refinement and Optimization Implementation
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Importance of Technical Graphics Problem Definition Exploration of Ideas Design Analysis Refinement and Optimization Implementation
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Importance of Engineering Graphics Problem Definition Exploration of Ideas Design Analysis Refinement and Optimization Implementation
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Importance of Engineering Graphics Communicating Technical Information Quickly and Accurately Visualizing Objects Solving Problems Conducting Analysis
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Major Areas in Engineering Graphics Visualization Ability to mentally control visual information Graphics Theory Geometry and projection techniques Standards and Conventions – Sets of rules that govern how drawings are made Tools devices (traditional and computer) used to create drawings Applications Various uses for technical graphics in engineering design
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Questions What is the difference between Standard and Convention? Can you think of some examples? Why do we need Standards and Conventions?
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Standards and Conventions Standard formal document that institutes a uniform method to perform an action or defines a criterion for a product. Standards are defined by organizations such as ANSI (American National Standards Institute) responsible for regulating many engineering standards used in the US. Convention
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This note was uploaded on 11/07/2011 for the course ENGR 111 A taught by Professor Reddy during the Spring '10 term at Texas A&M.

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