Engineering Graphics and Design: As per AICTE

Wiley Editorial

ISBN: 9788126507740

340 pages

INR 419

Description

This book is designed as an introductory course in Engineering Drawing with complete coverage of topics as per the requirements of new AICTE syllabus. It aims to create awareness of the subject and develop the skills needed for documenting designs using drawings. The book covers the basic concepts and conventions of engineering drawing, introduces free-hand sketching and highlights the usage of CAD software (including AutoCAD 2017 and Solid Edge) for drafting. It extends the basics to drawing orthographic projections of points, lines, planes and solids as per prevalent BIS convention. It further covers techniques for orthographic projections of sections of solids, intersecting solids and development of surfaces.

Chapter 1 Concepts and Conventions

1.1 Introduction

1.2 Use of Drawing Instruments

1.3 BIS Conventions and Specifications

1.4 Size, Layout, and Folding of Drawing Sheets

1.5 Lines

1.6 Lettering

1.7 Dimensioning  

1.8 Concept of Scale in Drawing

1.9 Basic Definitions of Geometrical Objects  

 

Chapter 2 Plane Curves

2.1 Introduction

2.2 Conics

2.3 Cycloidal Curves

2.4 Involutes

2.5 Spirals

2.6 Helix

 

Chapter 3 Geometrical Constructions  

3.1 Introduction  

3.2 Dividing a Line into Any Number of Equal Parts

3.3 Bisect an Angle  

3.4 Dividing a Circle in Equal Parts

3.5 Drawing Normal and Tangent to Arcs of Circles  

3.6 Construction of Regular Polygons  

 

Chapter 4 Theory of Projections  

4.1 Introduction  

4.2 Relevance of Projection  

4.3 Types of Projections  

4.4 Theory of Orthographic Projections  

4.5 Axonometric Projections

4.6 Perspective Projection

 

Chapter 5 Projection of Points

5.1 Introduction

5.2 Projections of a Point in Four Quadrants  

5.3 Projections on Profile Planes

5.4 Projections on Auxiliary Planes  

5.5 Projections in Octants

 

Chapter 6 Projections of Lines

6.1 Introduction  

6.2 Traces

6.3 Line Parallel to One or Both the Reference Planes  

6.4 Projection of Line Perpendicular to One of the Planes

6.5 Line Parallel to One Reference Plane and Inclined to the Other  

6.6 Projection of Line Contained by One Reference Plane and Inclined to the Other

6.7 Projection of Line Contained in a Profile Plane  

6.8 Projection of Lines Inclined to Both the Reference Planes (Oblique Lines)

6.9 General Characteristics of Projections of Lines  

6.10 Determination of True Length and True Inclination (Angle of Orientation) of a Line  

6.11 Distance Between Two Intersecting Lines  

 

Chapter 7 Projections of Planes  

7.1 Introduction

7.2 Types of Planes  

7.3 Traces of Planes

7.4 Representation and Projections of Plane Surfaces

7.5 Projections of Plane Surface Perpendicular to Both Reference Planes  

7.6 Projections of Plane Surface Parallel to One Plane and Perpendicular to the Other  

7.7 Plane Surface Inclined to One Plane and Perpendicular to the Other  

7.8 Plane Surface Inclined to Both Reference Planes (Oblique Planes)  

7.9 Applications of Auxiliary Planes

 

Chapter 8 Projections of Solids

8.1 Introduction

8.2 Classification of Solids

8.3 Positions of Solids with Respect to the Reference Planes

8.4 Projections of Solids in Simple Positions  

8.5 Projections of Solids with their Axis Inclined to One Principal Plane and Parallel to the Other  

8.6 Projections of Solids with their Axes Inclined to Both HP and VP  

 

Chapter 9 Section of Solids  

9.1 Introduction  

9.2 Basic Concepts of Sections of Solids

9.3 Drawing Sectional View  

9.4 Section Plane Perpendicular to the HP and Parallel to the VP  

9.5 Section Plane Perpendicular to the VP and Parallel to the HP  

9.6 Section Plane Perpendicular to the HP and Inclined to the VP

9.7 Section Plane Perpendicular to the VP and Inclined to the HP  

9.8 Section Plane Perpendicular to Both HP and VP  

 

Chapter 10 Development of Surfaces  

10.1 Introduction  

10.2 Methods of Development

10.3 Development of Prisms  

10.4 Development of Cylinders  

10.5 Development of Pyramids  

10.6 Development of Cones  

10.7 Development of Spheres

 

Chapter 11 Intersection of Surfaces of Solids

11.1 Introduction  

11.2 Methods of Determining the Line of Intersection  

11.3 Intersection of Prisms  

11.4 Intersection of Prisms with Pyramids

11.5 Intersection of Pyramids

11.6 Intersection of Cylinders  

11.7 Intersection of Cylinder and Cone  

11.8 Intersection of Cylinder and Pyramid

11.9 Intersection of Cylinder and Prism

11.10 Intersection of Cones 236

11.11 Intersection of Cylinder and Sphere

11.12 Practical Applications of Intersection of Surfaces

 

Chapter 12 Isometric Projections

12.1 Introduction

12.2 Principle of Isometric Projections

12.3 Isometric Scale

12.4 Isometric Drawing

12.5 Methods for Drawing Isometric Projections/Views  

12.6 Isometric Projections of Plane Objects  

12.7 Isometric Projections of Solids  

12.8 Isometric Projections of Simple Machine Parts

 

Chapter 13 Orthographic Projections

13.1 Introduction  

13.2 Review of Theory of Orthographic Projections  

13.3 Free-hand Sketching and Dimensioning  

13.4 Drawing Orthographic Projections

 

Chapter 14 Introduction to AutoCAD 2017  

14.1 Introduction to CAD

14.2 Product Modeling in CAD

14.3 CAD Software Application

14.4 Introduction to AutoCAD

14.5 Starting AutoCAD 2017

14.6 AutoCAD 2017 Interface  

14.7 Coordinate System

14.8 Object Selection Methods  

14.9 Drawing Commands  

14.10 Concept of Layers

14.11 Concept of Blocks  

14.12 Creating Text

14.13 Modify Tools

14.14 Dimensioning  

14.15 Object Snap Options  

 

Chapter 15 Introduction to Solid Edge Software  

15.1 Introduction

15.2 Menus

15.3 Tool Bars

15.4 Drawing Area Setup in 2D Model Space

15.5 Applying and Displaying Relationships

 

Illustrative Example

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