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i WF beams,viii channel,a Views with conventional breaks. b Auxilliary views,c Enlarge detail views,d Developed views. e Revolved views,f Untrue projection,g Corrections and revision on prints. 8 Sections,a Full sections,b Half section,c Revolved sections. d Assembled sections,e Phantom sections,f Aligned sections.
g Broken out sections,9 Detail Assembly and Subassembly Prints. a Detail drawing,b Assembly prints,c Subassembly prints. 10 Welding Symbols and Abbreviations,a Welding symbol. b Location of weld symbol,c Preferred symbols,d Multiple weld symbols. 11 Basic Joints for Fabrication,a Basic joints,b Other kinds of joints.
c Joints commonly used with structural shapes,d Joint fit up. 12 Weld Symbols,a Fillets welds,b Grove welds,c Backing and melt through welds. d Plug or slot welds,e Surfacing welds,f Flange welds. g Spot welds,h Projection welds,i Seam welds,j Stud welds. 13 Applied Metric Conversions,a Introduction to metrics.
b Structure of the metric system,14 Blueprint Reading for Related Trades. a Pipe welding blueprints,b Inspection and testing. 15 CAD Modeling,Objectives, 1 Demonstrate job entry skills in blueprint reading for the metal working and related trades. 2 Identify structural shapes i e WF beams bar sheet strip plate angle tee channel zee tubing and. 3 Explain the common types of lines used on a print i e object hidden center dimension leader cutting. plane section chair short long and phantom lines, 4 Explain basic joints used in weldment fabrication i e butt corner tee lap and edge. 5 Project design Requires Critical Thinking,Student Learning Outcomes.
1 Students will be able to read and interpret blueprints weld Symbols and shop drawings. Methods of Instruction,Lecture Discussion,Powerpoints and whiteboard discussions. Group work reading book work and writing assignments as required. Assignments, Hours per week on assignments outside of the class 6. Reading Assignments,Read Chapters as assigned,Writing Assignments. Complete questions at the end of chapters as assigned. Methods of Evaluation,Participation,Course Materials. 1 Walter C Brown Ryan K Brown Print Reading for Industry 1 ed Good heart Wilcox 2015 ISBN. 978 1631260513,Generated on 10 30 2017 11 49 17 AM.
Yuba Community College District,Yuba College Course Outline. Course Information,Course Number DRAFT 30,Full Course Title Technical Drawing With Autocad. Short Title Technical Drawing,Effective Term Spring 2009. Course Standards,Lecture Hours 36 000,Activity Hours 0 000. Lab Hours 54 000,Total Units 3 000,Total Hours 90 00.
Repeatable No,Grading Method Letter Grade Only,Minimum Qualifications. Manufacturing Technology Or,Course Description, Fundamental technical drafting practices and documentation for part fabrication drawing Drafting conventions. and standards applied to orthographic section auxiliary views isometric and oblique projection will be covered. in addition to basic AutoCAD object creation and editing and freehand sketching ASME Y14 xM standards are. emphasized AutoCAD will be used to complete the applied laboratory exercises. Course Lecture Content,1 Introduction,2 Geometry for Engineering Drawing. 3 Freehand Sketching, 4 Line types and Their Representation for Engineering. 5 Technical Lettering,6 Shape Description,a Horizontal vertical inclined and oblique planes.
b Visualization,7 Orthographic Projection,a Third angle projection. b First angle projection,c The six primary orthographic views. d The three regular views, e The three principal dimensional terms width height and depth. f The glass box,g Top front and side view related dimensions. h Related views,8 Dimensioning orthographic two dimensional views.
9 Auxiliary Views,b Secondary,c Tertiary,10 Axonometric Projection. a Isometric,b Dimetric,c Trimetric,11 Oblique Projection. a Cavalier,12 Sectional Views,a Full sections,b Offset sections. c Half sections,d Broken out sections,e Revolved sections. f Removed sections,g Aligned sections,h Sectioning lining.
i Cutting plane,j Section conventions,13 AutoCAD,a AutoCAD interface. b Basic drawing commands,c Basic editing commands,d Zoom and pan commands. e Selection options in AutoCAD,f Model space and paper space layouts. g User Coordinate System and UCS commands,h Plotting and publishing with AutoCAD. Course Lab Activity Content,Exercises with AutoCAD discussed in lecture.
Objectives,1 Draw primary and secondary auxiliary views. 2 Draw sectional views and apply conventions and practices to the various types of sectional views. 3 Apply ASME multi view standards to technical drawings Requires Critical Thinking. 4 Determine required dimensions on technical drawings for part manufacturing Requires Critical. Student Learning Outcomes,1 Demonstrate drawing shapes with AutoCAD. Methods of Instruction,Laboratory,Assignments that focus on lecture topics. Lecture Discussion,Lecture focused on layout and design. Assignments, Hours per week on assignments outside of the class 4.
Reading Assignments,Read chapter as assigned,Other Assignments. Laboratory assinments,Methods of Evaluation,Laboratory Assignments. Participation,Course Materials, 1 Bertoline Gary Robert et al Fundamentals of Graphic Communication 6 ed McGraw Hill 2010 ISBN. 978 0073522630,Generated on 10 30 2017 11 49 24 AM. Yuba Community College District,Yuba College Course Outline.
Course Information,Course Number DRAFT 31,Full Course Title Descriptive Geometry. Short Title Descriptive Geo,Effective Term Spring 2009. Course Standards,Lecture Hours 36 000,Activity Hours 0 000. Lab Hours 54 000,Total Units 3 000,Total Hours 90 00. Repeatable No,Grading Method Letter Grade Only,Minimum Qualifications.
Manufacturing Technology Or,Course Description, Principles of descriptive geometry used for graphic representation and solution of space problems Application of. drafting line theorems and advanced multi view orthographic projection to solve architectural and engineering. line plane points and solid space problems using graphical methods AutoCAD will be used to complete the. applied laboratory exercises,Conditions of Enrollment. Completion with a C or better in DRAFT 30,Advisories. Language recommended eligibility for English 1A,Mathematics recommended eligibility for Math 52. Course Lecture Content,1 Introduction,2 Review fundamental orthographic projection.
3 Successive auxiliary views,4 Notation and finish documentation. 5 Visibility definitions and inclined lines and their angle with principal planes. 6 True length of line,a By auxiliary view,b By rotation. 7 Bearing of a line,8 Grade of a line,9 Slope of a line. 10 Points and lines on inclined oblique and normal planes. 11 Point view of a line,12 Edge view of a plane,13 True size of plane. a Auxiliary view,b Revolution,14 Skew line theorems.
15 Piercing points and its application,16 Intersections. a Planes and dihedral angles,b Planes and solids,c Surfaces. 17 Parallelism,18 Perpendicularity,19 Connector problems. a Shortest perpendicular,b Shortest horizontal,c Shortest at specified slope. 20 Developments,a Parallel line,b Radial line,c Triangulation.
21 AutoCAD,Course Lab Activity Content, Lab work will consist of hands on application of the following. 1 Introduction,2 Review fundamental orthographic projection. 3 Successive auxiliary views,4 Notation and finish documentation. 5 Visibility definitions and inclined lines and their angle with principal planes. 6 True length of line,a By auxiliary view,b By rotation. 7 Bearing of a line,8 Grade of a line,9 Slope of a line.
10 Points and lines on inclined oblique and normal planes. 11 Point view of a line,12 Edge view of a plane,13 True size of plane. a Auxiliary view,b Revolution,14 Skew line theorems. 15 Piercing points and its application,16 Intersections. a Planes and dihedral angle,b Planes and solids,c Surfaces. 17 Parallelism,18 Perpendicularity,19 Connector problems.
a Shortest perpendicular,b Shortest horizontal,c Shortest at specified slope. 20 Developments,a Parallel line,b Radial line,c Triangulation. 21 AutoCAD,Objectives,1 Requires Critical Thinking. 2 Solve applied architectural and engineering problems using the fundamental views of descriptive. 4 Calculate the surface area and volume of various geometric forms in 3D space. 8 Modify drawings using AutoCAD modify tools, 10 Solve applied architectural and engineering problems using the fundamental views of descriptive. geometry Requires Critical Thinking,Student Learning Outcomes.
1 Demonstrate an understanding of solving applied architectural and engineering problems using the. fundamental views of descriptive geometry,Methods of Instruction. Laboratory, Performance of laboratory assignments that support the lecture. Lecture Discussion, Powerpoints videos and writing on the whiteboard as well as discussion. Assignments, Hours per week on assignments outside of the class 4. Reading Assignments,Read chapters of text as assigned.
Writing Assignments, Answer questions in texts and hand outs as assigned. Methods of Evaluation,Laboratory Assignments,Oral Tests Class Performance. Participation,Course Materials, 1 E G Pare R O Loving and Ivan Hill Descriptive Geometry 9th ed Peachpit 1996 ISBN. 978 0023913419,Generated on 10 30 2017 11 49 27 AM. Yuba Community College District,Yuba College Course Outline.
Course Information,Course Number DRAFT 38,Full Course Title Computer Aided Drafting. Short Title Comp Aided Draft,Effective Term Fall 2013. Course Standards,Lecture Hours 27 000,Activity Hours 0 000. Lab Hours 81 000,Total Units 3 000,Total Hours 108 00. Repeatable No,Grading Method Letter Grade Only,Minimum Qualifications.
Drafting Or,Manufacturing Technology,Course Description. The course provides exposure to and experience using intermediate and advanced object creation and editing. tools in AutoCAD Blocks dynamic blocks attribute creation and data extraction sheet sets and external. referencing Xref will also be covered The course will cover three dimensional solid modeling for both. mechanical and architectural objects rendering to produce photo realistic images and the creation of views from. solid models,Conditions of Enrollment, Completion with a C or better in DRAFT 30 or DRAFT 32. Advisories,Language recommended eligibility for English 1A. Mathematics recommended eligibility for Math 52,Course Lecture Content. 1 Introduction,2 Advanced Drawing commands,3 Advanced Editing commands.
4 Layouts Plotting and Publishing,5 Dimensioning with Tolerances. 6 Creating Blocks for Symbols,7 Dynamic Blocks,8 Assigning Attributes and Data Extraction. 9 External Referene Drawings,10 Sheet Sets,11 Introduction to Three Dimensional Modeling. 12 Creating Solid Composite Models from primitives. 13 Viewing and Displaying Three Dimensional Models. 14 Three Dimensional Coordinates and user Coordinate Systems. 15 Model Space and Layout Viewports,16 Solid Model Extrusions and Revolution. 17 Solid Modeling with Sweeps and Lofts,18 Detailing Solid Models.
19 Generating Orthographic Views,20 Editing Solid Models. 21 Visual Style Settings and Rendering, 22 Materials Lighting and Advanced Rendering Settings. 23 Plot Styles,Course Lab Activity Content,1 Introduction. 2 Advanced Drawing commands,3 Advanced Editing commands. 4 Layouts Plotting and Publishing,5 Dimensioning with Tolerances.
6 Creating Blocks for Symbols,7 Dynamic Blocks,8 Assigning Attributes and Data Extraction. 9 External Referene Drawings,10 Sheet Sets,11 Introduction to Three Dimensional Modeling. 12 Creating Solid Composite Models from primitives. 13 Viewing and Displaying Three Dimensional Models. 14 Three Dimensional Coordinates and user Coordinate Systems. 15 Model Space and Layout Viewports,16 Solid Model Extrusions and Revolution. 17 Solid Modeling with Sweeps and Lofts,18 Detailing Solid Models. 19 Generating Orthographic Views,20 Editing Solid Models.
21 Visual Style Settings and Rendering, 22 Materials Lighting and Advanced Rendering Settings. 23 Plot Styles,Objectives, 1 Use both advanced drawing and editing tools in a CAD based software. 2 Create industry standard views from models, 3 Extract data from CAD objects to generate schedules bill of materials and spread sheets. Student Learning Outcomes,Methods of Instruction,Laboratory. Practice of concepts covered in lectrue,Lecture Discussion.
Powerpoints discussion examples,Assignments, Hours per week on assignments outside of the class 3. Reading Assignments,Chapters out of text as assigned. Articles handouts and websites as assigned,Writing Assignments. Answer questions from text, complete Articles summaries handouts and websites as assigned. Exercises with AutoCAD discussed in lecture Objectives 1 Draw primary and secondary auxiliary views 2 Draw sectional views and apply conventions and practices to the various types of sectional views 3 Apply ASME multi view standards to technical drawings Requires Critical Thinking

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