COURSE OBJECTIVES: To continue ENGINEERING DRAWING I to the point of producing intelligible working drawings.

1.0 Pictorial Drawings:(12 hours)
1.1 Introduction: Characteristics, advantages and disadvantages
1.2 Axonometric Projection: Isometric, Diametric and trimetric drawing
1.3 Oblique projection
1.4 Perspective projection

2.0 Design and Production Drawings-Machine Drawings:(12 hours)
2.1 Introduction: Production of complete design and assembly drawings
2.2 Fundamental techniques
Size and location dimensioning
Placement of dimension lines and general procedures
Standard dimensioning practice (SI system)
2.3 Limit Dimensioning
Nominal and basic size, allowance, tolerance, limits of size, clearance fit,
interference fit
Basic hole system and shaft systems
2.4 Threads and Standard Machine Assembly Elements
Screw threads: ISO standards, representation and dimensioning
Fasteners: Types and drawing representation
Key, collars, joints, springs bearings
2.5 Assembly Drawings
Drawing layout, bill of materials, drawing numbers

3.0 Welding and Riveting:(4 hours)
3.1 Representing Joints and Welds for Gas, Arc and Resistance Welding
Types: spot, seam, flash, fillet, back-back, surface and upset welds
3.2 Drawing symbols for welds
3.3 Rivets and riveted joints
Types and drawings representation

4.0 Piping Diagrams:(4 hours)
4.1 Piping, Tubing and Types of Joints
4.2 Specification of Threads, Fittings and Valves
4.3 Standard Piping Symbols
4.4 Piping Drawings and Symbolic Diagrams

5.0 Structural Drawings:(8 hours)
5.1 Steel Construction
Structural steel shapes
Bolted, welded and riveted connections
Detailing practices for structural steel
5.2 Wood Construction
Timber connections and bolted joints
Detailing practice
5.3 Concrete Construction
Slab and beam configurations
Steel reinforcement and prestressing
5.4 Masonry and Stone Construction

6.0 Electrical and Electronic Diagrams:(8 hours)
6.1 Standards
6.2 Types of Diagrams: Line diagrams, schematics and pictorials
6.3 Symbols for Components
6.4 Printed Circuits
6.5 Integrated Circuits

7.0 Topographical Drawings:(4 hours)
7.1 Topographical Maps
7.2 Cadastral Maps
7.3 Engineering Maps

8.0 Graphs, Charts and Nomograms:(4 hours)
8.1 Rectangular Coordinate Graphs
8.2 Charts
8.3 Nomograms

9.0 Reproduction and Duplicating of Engineering Drawings: (4 hours)
9.1 Blue Prints, Brown Prints and Blue-Line Prints
9.2 Ozalid Prints, Black and White (Diazo Prints)
9.3 Xerox Prints
9.4 Duplicate Tracings
9.5 Photocopies
9.6 Microfilming
9.7 Glass Cloth for Layouts

Texts and/or References:
1. “Fundamentals of Engineering Drawing”, W.J. Luzadder, Prentice Hall, 8th Edition, 1981
2. “Engineering Drawing and Graphic Technology”, T.E. French, C.J. Vierck and R.J. Foster, McGraw Hill, 1981
3. “Technical Drawing”, F.E. Giesecke, A. Mitchell, H. C. Spencer and J. T. Dygdone, Macmillan, 8th Edition, 1986

LABORATORIES:3 hr/week, 12 weeks
1. Isometric and Oblique Drawings
2. Oblique Drawing
3. Perspective Drawing
4. Machine Drawings; Sizing and dimensioning
5. Machine Drawings; Detail drawings, dimensioning and tolerancing
6. Machine Drawing; Assembly drawing
7. Threads and Fasteners
8. Welding, Jointing and Piping
9. Structural Drawing
10. Structural Drawing (cont.)
11. Electrical and Electronics Diagrams
12. Electrical and Electronics Diagrams (cont.)
13. Topographical and Engineering Maps
14. Graphs, Charts and Nomograms
1.5. Drawing Reproduction and Duplication

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