ENGR 6: ENGINEERING GRAPHICS
Foothill College Course Outline of Record
|Hours:||3 lecture, 3 laboratory per week (72 total per quarter)|
|Prerequisite:||MATH 48C or equivalent.|
|Advisory:||ENGL 110 or ESLL 125.|
|Degree & Credit Status:||Degree-Applicable Credit Course|
|Grade Type:||Letter Grade (Request for Pass/No Pass)|
The student will be able to:
A. visualize three-dimensional objects in space, and present these objects on a drawing by orthographic and pictorial methods of projection.
B. execute a simple set of working drawings as used in industry and construction; the student will have, in some degree, an appreciation of the engineering design considerations involved in the production parts represented in his drawings.
C. use current dimensioning techniques as represented in such publications as ANSI.
D. develop professional standards for the near and orderly presentation of graphic information.
E. use computer to construct working drawings and drawings that are related to descriptive geometry, as well as introduction level of 3-D molding.
A. Three-dimensional visualizations
1. Orthographic projection
a. Isometric projection
b. Dimetric and trimetric projections
c. Multiview projections
2. Oblique projections
a. Cabinet projection
b. Cavalier projection
3. Perspective drawings
B. Engineering design considerations
1. Fabrication methods
4. Design analysis
D. Graphical communication conventions
1. Part and assembly drawings
2. Bill of materials
E. Computer-aided design
A. Sketching different projections using paper and pencil
B. Creating 3-dimensional CAD models that include constraints
C. Applying design and manufacturing standards and constraints to CAD models
D. Creating rapid prototypes of CAD models
Special Facilities and/or Equipment
Method(s) of Evaluation
A. Drawing assignments, both by hand and computer
C. Midterm and final examinations
D. Group projects
Method(s) of Instruction
Lecture, hands-on lab/lecture, demonstration, group project.
Representative Text(s) and Other Materials
Lieu, Dennis, and Sheryl Sorby. Visualization, Modeling And Graphics For Engineering. 2nd ed. Delmar Cengage Learning, 2017.
Aanstoos, Theodore A., Ronald E. Barr, Davor Juricic, and Thomas J. Krueger. Engineering & Computer Graphics Workbook Using SolidWorks 2016. SDC Publications, 2016.
Bertoline, Gary Robert, et al. Fundamentals of Graphics Communication. 6th ed. McGraw Hill, 2011.
Types and/or Examples of Required Reading, Writing, and Outside of Class Assignments
A. Homework problems: Homework problems covering subject matter from text and related material. Students will need to employ critical thinking in order to complete assignments.
B. Hands-on: Students will have hands-on activities in class and discuss their assignment and check their understanding of lecture material. Reading and understanding handout manual prior to class is critical to their success.
C. Projects: Students design and build their project. At end of the quarter, students will present their projects in both the form of a written report and oral presentation.