Basic Engineering DrawingCourse Code3300007GUJARAT TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY, AHMEDABAD, GUJARATCOURSE CURRICULUMCourse Title: Basics Engineering Drawing(Code: 3300007)1Diploma Programmes in which this course is offeredAutomobile Engineering,Ceramic Engineering,CivilEngineering, Environment Engineering, Mechanical Engineering,Mechatronics Engineering, Metallurgy Engineering, MiningEngineering, Printing Technology, Textile ManufacturingTechnology, Textile Processing, Transportation EngineeringSemester in which offeredChemical Engineering, Electrical Engineering, FabricationTechnology, Plastic EngineeringSecond SemesterFirst SemesterRATIONALE:Engineering drawing is an effective language of engineers. It is the foundation block which strengthensthe engineering & technological structure. Moreover, it is the transmitting link between ideas andrealization. It is an attempt to develop fundamental understanding and application of engineering drawing.It covers knowledge & application of drawing instruments & also familiarizes the learner about Bureau ofIndian standards. The curriculum aims at developing the ability to draw and read various drawings, curves& projections.The subject mainly focuses on use of drawing instruments, developing imagination and translating ideas.Developing the sense of drawing sequence and use of drawing instruments effectively yields not onlywith productive preparation of computer aided graphics but also yields with effective industrialapplications ranging from marking to performance of operations.2LIST OF COMPETENCIES:The course content should be taught and implemented with the aim to develop different types ofskills leading to the achievement of the following competencies:i.ii.Prepare engineering drawings manually with given geometrical dimensions using prevailingdrawing standards and drafting instruments. .Visualize the shape of simple object from orthographic views and vise versa.GTU/ NITTTR Bhopal/12Gujarat State
Basic Engineering Drawing3.Course Code3300007TEACHING AND EXAMINATION SCHEME:TotalCredits(L T P)Teaching Scheme(In Hours)Examination SchemeTheory MarksPractical s: L-Lecture; T – Tutorial/Teacher Guided Theory Practice; P - Practical; C – Credit;ESE - End Semester Examination; PA - Progressive Assessment.4.DETAILED COURSE CONTENTSUnitUnit – 1ENGINEERINGDRAWING AIDSUnit– 2PLANNING,LAYOUT ANDSCALLING OFDRAWINGUnit– 3LINES,LETTERING ANDDIMENSIONINGGTU/ NITTTR Bhopal/12Major LearningOutcomes1. 1 Use drawingequipments,instruments andmaterialseffectively.2.1Follow andapply standardpractice as perbureau of I.S. forplanning andlayout2.2 Chooseappropriate scalefactor for thedrawing as pergiven situation3.1 Writeannotations on adrawing whereever necessary.3.2Chooseappropriate lineanddimensioningstyle for a givengeometricalentity.Sub-topics1.1 Drawing equipments, instruments and materials.(a) Equipments-types, specifications, method to usethem, applications.(b) Instruments-types, specifications, methods to usethem and applications.(c) Pencils-grades, applications, types of points andapplications.(d) Other materials-types and applications.2.1 I.S. codes for planning and layout.2.2 Scaling technique used in drawing.220.127.116.11.43.5Different types of lines.Vertical capital and lower case letters.Inclined capital and lower case letters.Numerals and Greek alphabets.Dimensioning methods.(a) Aligned method.(b) Unilateral with chain, parallel, progressive andcombined dimensioning.Gujarat State
Basic Engineering DrawingUnitUnit– rse Code3300007Major LearningOutcomes4.1 Develop theability to drawpolygons,circles andlines withdifferentgeometricconditions.4.2 Geometric construction related with line likebisecting a line, to draw perpendicular with a givenline, divide a line, etc.4.3 Geometric construction related with angle likebisect an angle, trisect an angle, etc.4.4 To construct polygon.a: Triangleb: Square / Rectangle.c: Pentagon with special method.d: Hexagon with special method.4.5 To draw tangents.4.6 Geometric construction related with circle & arc.5.1 Able to draw5.2 Conic sections.engineeringcurves withproficiency andspeed as pergivendimensions.6.1 Draw theprojection ofpoints, linesPROJECTION OFand planes withPOINTS,LINESdifferentAND PLANESconditions.6.2 Find out trueshape and sizeof a inclinedline or planeUnit– 6Sub-topics(a) Concept and understanding of focus, directrix,vertex and eccentricity and drawing of conicsections.(b) Using various methods, understand constructionof :i. Ellipse.ii. Parabola.iii. Hyperbola.5.3 Cycloidal Curves(Cycloid, Epicycloid, Hypocycloid)5.4 Involutes.(a) Involutes of a circle(b) Involutes of a polygon5.5 Spiral (Archimedean spiral only).18.104.22.168.46.5Reference planes, orthographic projections.Concept of quadrant.1st angle and 3rd angle projection and their symbols.Projection of points.Projection of lines – determination of true length andinclinations for following cases.(a) Line parallel to one or both the plane.(b) Line perpendicular to one of the plane.(c) Line inclined to one plane and parallel toanother.(d) Line inclined to both the planes.6.6 Projection of Planes.(a) Types of planes.(b) Projection of planes parallel to one of thereference planes.(c) Projection of plane inclined to one referenceplane and perpendicular to another.(d) Projection of planes inclined to bothreference planes.Note :Triangle, Square / rectangle, pentagon, hexagon andcircle shape should be included in various planeproblems.GTU/ NITTTR Bhopal/12Gujarat State
Basic Engineering DrawingUnitUnit– 7ORTHOGRAPHCPROJECTIONSCourse Code3300007Major LearningOutcomes7. 1 Draw theorthographic viewsof objectcontaining lines,circles and arcgeometry.7.2 Interpret givenorthographic viewsand to imagine theactual shape of thecomponent.Sub-topics7.1 Types of projections-orthographic, perspective,isometric and oblique: concept and applications.7.2 Various term associated with orthographicprojections.(a) Theory of projection.(b) Methods of projection.(c) Orthographic projection.(d) Planes of projection.7.3 Conversion of simple pictorial views intoOrthographic views. Illustrative problems onorthographic projection.7.4 B.I.S. code of practice.Note :(1) Problem should be restricted up to four viewsFront view/Elevation, Top view/Plan and Sideviews only.(2) Use First Angle Method only.Unit– 8ISOMETRICPROJECTIONS5.8.1 Draw theisometric viewfromorthographicviews ofobject/scontaininglines, circlesand arcs.22.214.171.124.5Isometric axis, lines and planes.Isometric scales.Isometric view and isometric drawing.Difference between isometric projection andisometric drawing.8.6 Illustrative problems limited to objects containinglines, circles and arcs shape only.SPECIFICATION TABLE WITH HOURS & MARKS (THEORY):UnitNo.126.96.36.199.188.8.131.52.Unit TitleEngineering drawing aids.Planning, layout and scaling ofdrawing.Lines, lettering and dimensioning.Geometric construction.Engineering curves.Projection of points, lines andplanes.Orthographic projections.Isometric projections.TotalTeachingHours0Distribution of Theory MarksRUATotalLevel Level 030014176528000007000207120856121070Legends:R Remembrance; U Understanding; A Application and above levels.GTU/ NITTTR Bhopal/12Gujarat State
Basic Engineering DrawingCourse Code3300007NOTES:a: If midsem test is part of continuous evaluation, unit number 4, 5 and 6 (For Unit 6, exceptprojections of planes) are to be considered.b:Ask the questions from each topic as per weightage of marks. Choice of questions must be givenfrom the same topic.6. SUGGESTED LIST OF EXERCISES/PRACTICAL/EXPERIMENTSThe exercises/practical/experiments should be properly designed and implemented with an attempt to developdifferent types of skills leading to the achievement of the competency.Following is the list ofexercises/practical/experiments for guidance.Ex.No.UnitNo.Practical ExercisesHoursUSE OF DRAWING INSTRUMENTS:1. Teacher will demonstratea: Use of drawing instruments.b: Planning and layout as per IS.c: Scaling technique.2. Draw following.11,2,3Problem – 1 Drawing horizontal, vertical, 30 degree, 45degree, 60 & 75 degrees lines using Tee andSet squares/ drafter.Problem – 2 Types of lines.Problem – 3 Types of dimensioning.Problem – 4 Alphabets & numerical ( Vertical & inclinedas Per I.S.).243545GTU/ NITTTR Bhopal/12GEOMETRIC CONSTRUCTION:Drawing of set of lines with different conditions. (Twoproblems)Drawing Polygons. (Three Problems)Drawing circles and arcs with different geometricconditions and with line constraints. (Three problems)ENGINEERING CURVES – I:Problem –1: Construction of ellipse using any two methodsfrom arc of circle method, four centre method, rectangularmethod, eccentricity method and concentric circle method.Problem –2: Construction of parabola with any one methodfrom rectangular method, tangent method and eccentricitymethod.Problem –3: Construction of hyperbola with any onemethod from eccentricity method and rectangular method.Problem –4: Construction of spiral.(Refer note c for dimensions).ENGINEERING CURVES – II:Problem – 1: Construction of cycloid.Problem – 2: Construction of hypocycloid & epicycloids.Problem – 3: Construction of involute (circle).14060404Gujarat State
Basic Engineering DrawingCourse Code3300007Problem – 4: Construction of involute (polygon).(Refer note c for dimensions).5666778910Notes :–a:b:c:d:8AllAllPROJECTIONS OF POINTS AND LINES:Draw projection of points-For 10 various conditions.(Oneproblem)Draw projection of lines with different conditions. (Fourproblems)(Refer note c for dimensions).PROJECTIONS OF PLANE:Draw projection of different planes with differentconditions.(triangle, square / rectangular, pentagonal /hexagonal, and circular -one for each). (Four problems)(Refer note c for dimensions).ORTHOGRAPHIC PROJECTIONS:Draw Orthographic projections of different objects. (Twoproblems) (Draw four views of each object).(Refer note c for dimensions).ISOMETRIC DRAWINGS:Draw isometric drawings from given orthographic views(Three problems)(Refer note c for dimensions).PROBLEM BASED LEARNING:Given the orthographic views of at least three objects withfew missing lines, the student will try to imagine thecorresponding objects, complete the views and draw theseviews in sketch book.SCHOOL WITHIN SCHOOL: Explain at least one problem for construction and methodof drawing in sheet to all batch colleagues. Teacher willassign the problem of particular sheet to be explained toeach batch student. Each student will assess at least one sheet of otherstudents (May be a group of 5-6 students identified byteacher can be taken) and will note down the mistakescommitted by them. Student will also guide the studentsfor correcting the mistakes, if any.06040810--Use both sides of sheet. For example, draw sheet number 2 on back side of sheet number1, 4 on back of 3, and likewise.Theory & practice should be in first angle projections and IS codes should be followedwherever applicable.The dimensions of line, axes, distances, angle, side of polygon, diameter, etc. must be variedfor each student in batch so that each student will have same problems, but with differentdimensions.The sketchbook has to contain data of all problems, solutions of all problems and studentactivities performed. Students’ activities are compulsory to be performed.GTU/ NITTTR Bhopal/12Gujarat State
Basic Engineering Drawinge:A hand out containing applicable standards from IS codes including title block as per ISstandard should be given to each student by concerned teacher.For 40 marks Practical Marks ESE, students are to be assessed for competencies achieved.Students are to be given data for practical ESE to prepare drawings.f:7.Course Code3300007LIST OF STUDENT ACTIVITIES:Following is the list of student activities to be performed by each student individually:ActivityNo.Sketch the combinations of set squares to draw angles in step of 150 .( 150 , 300 , 450 , 600 , 750 ,900 , 1050 , 1200 , 1350 , 1500 , 1650 , 1800 ).Solve all problems for all sheets number 1 to 8 in sketch book (with dimensions).List the shapes you are observing around you in real life with place/item. (For ellipse,parabola and hyperbola).Take two simple objects. Sketch isometric of them. Also draw orthographic projections ofthem (all views).Take one circular shape. Assume one point on circumference and mark it. Roll that shape onflat and circular surface. Observe the path of point.List at least two questions individually which you would like to ask for followings:a: Ellipse.b: Involute of circle.c: Perspective projections.d: Use of geometric constructions.e: Quadrants.1234568.Details of student activitySUGGESTED LEARNING RESOURCES:A. List of BooksSr.NoTitle of Books.45Elements of EngineeringDrawing.Engineering Drawing.Fundamentals ofEngineering Drawing.Fundamentals of Drawing.Engineering Drawing6Machine Drawing.7Fundamentals ofEngineering Drawing.123AuthorPublicationN.D. BhattCharotar Publishing House, Anand.P.J.ShahS.Chand, New Delhi.Prentice-hall of India Pvt. Ltd.-NewDelhiSubhash Publications, Shah, B.C.RanaV. Laxminarayan &M.L.MathurFrench & VierckJain Brother, New Delhi.McGraw-HillB. List of Major Equipments/ Instruments : Models- full and cut.Set of various industrial drawings being used by industries-up dated.Drawing equipments and instruments for class room teaching-large size.Drawing board-half imperial size.T-square or drafter (Drafting Machine).GTU/ NITTTR Bhopal/12Gujarat State
Basic Engineering Drawing Course Code3300007Set squires (450 and 300-600)Protector.Drawing instrument box (containing set of compasses and dividers).Drawing sheets.Drawing pencils.Eraser.Drawing pins / clips.Roller scaleC. List of Software/Learning Websites: rg/engg eb.iitd.ac.in/ d.aspxhttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v a703 xNeDaohttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v TCxTP 8ggNchttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v JpgFPZILTu8&feature relatedhttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v o1YPja2wCYQ&feature relatedhttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v dJyKV3Ay7vM&feature fvwrelE-learning package from KOROS.E-learning package from Cognifront.CD with book-Engineering drawing, M.B. Shah-B.S. Rana (Pearson).Computer based learning material published by KOROS.COURSE CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEEFaculty Members from Polytechnicso Prof.K. H. Patel. Head Dept.of Mech., Engg., Dr. S. & S. Gandhi College of Engineering andTechnology, Surat,o Shri.H. R. Sapramer, Lecturer in Mech. Engineering, Dr. J.N.Mehta Government Polytechnic,Amreli.o Prof.A.M. Talsaniya, Lecturer in Mech. Engineering, Sir Bhavsinhji Polytechnic Institute,Bhavnagar.Co-ordinator and Faculty Memberfrom NITTTR Bhopal Prof. Sharad Pradhan, Associate Professor, Dept. of Mech. Engg., NITTTR, Bhopal.GTU/ NITTTR Bhopal/12Gujarat State
Course Title: Basics Engineering Drawing (Code: 3300007) Diploma Programmes in which this course is offered Semester in which offered Automobile Engineering, Ceramic Engineering, Civil Engineering, Environment Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Mechatronics Engineering, Metallurgy Engineering, Mining
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A drawing that displays technical information to the reader through specific visuals, directions, notes, etc A good technical drawing should be informative, clear, NEAT, unambiguous and not cluttered. Drawing Basics Profile View . Drawing Basics Plan View Viewed from above . Drawing Basics FWD View (Bow view) FWD looking aft. Drawing Basics Section View Looking in direction .
drawing. 1.2 STATE how the grid system on an engineering drawing is used to locate a piece of equipment. 1.3 STATE the three types of information provided in the revision block of an engineering drawing. 1.4 STATE the purpose of the notes and legend section of an engineering drawing. 1.5 LIST the five drawing categories used on engineering .
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A catalog record for this book is available from the Library of Congress . The text which follows covers the basic aspects of engineering drawing practice required by college and university students, and also professional drawing office . Drawing Technical. Manual of Engineering Drawing Engineering drawing. CAD
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Detail drawings seldom describe the intent of an engineering design. An engineering design is usually defined by many individual detail drawings which combine to form an assembly drawing. The name and or drawing number of the assembly drawing in which the detail drawing is "called up" or "used on" is stated in the title block.
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Requirements of a good drawing 4-3. Sketches 4-4. Views and details necessary for a drawing (1) Plan (3)Section (2) Elevation 4-5. Site plan 4-6. Layout plan and key or location plan (1) Layout Plan (2) Key plan or location plan 4-7. Composition of submission drawing 4-8. Engineering drawing and archi
While opening an AutoCAD 2000 drawing, you can use the Partial Open option to work with only part of the drawing file. If you are working with a large drawing, you can partially open the drawing and select a specific view and layers to work with instead of loading the entire drawing. See “Using Par- tial Open and Partial Load” on page 311. To open a drawing 1 In the Startup dialog box .
In SolidWorks, drawing views can be at any scale (2:1, 1:2, for example) in relation to the model. Drawing Sheets You can set separate scales for each drawing sheet in the Sheet Properties dialog box. Right-click the drawing sheet outside any drawing views and select Properties. The scale of a drawing sheet appears in
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