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Engineering Drawing & CAD

Engineering Drawing & CAD

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Lecture Notes on Technical Drawing
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Engineering Drawing & CAD Page 1 of 53Sanjay SharmaSchool of EngineeringFaculty of TechnologyUniversity of PlymouthDrake CircusPlymouthPL4 8AA
Course notes - Engineering Drawing and CAD.
References.1 The design process and the role of the design model.1.1 The design process1.2 The design model1.3 Types of design model2 Representing the design model - Engineering Drawing.2.1 Projections2.2 Creating Orthographic Projection drawings2.3 Drawing conventions2.4 Sections2.5 Dimensions2.6 Tolerances, limits and fits2.7 Assemblies3 Representing the design model - 3D CAD & Solid Modelling.3.1 Introduction to 3D Parametric Solid Modelling3.2 Features, parts and assemblies3.3 Using 3D CAD and Solid Modelling
Engineering Drawing & CAD Page 2 of 53Sanjay Sharma
References.For general guidance on Engineering drawing:
Engineering Drawing with CAD Applications.
O OstrouwskyEdward ArnoldISBN 0-340-50411-0
Basic Engineering Drawing.
 Rhodes & CookPitmanISBN0-273-31887-X
Manual of British Standards in Engineering Drawing and Design.
Editied by Maurice Parker British Standards Institute in association with HutchinsonISBN 0-09-172938-6
Manual of Engineering Drawing.
Colin Simmons & Dennis MaguireEdward ArnoldISBN 0-340-58484-X
Engineering Drawing & CAD Page 3 of 53Sanjay Sharma
1 The design process and the role of the design model.1.1 The design process: Almost everything around us has been created by, or is influenced by, engineers:Buildings, vehicles, roads, railways, food growing and processing, books, medical care,recreation, etc. All of these have either been conceived and created from scratch or have evolved fromexisting ideas. Either way, an engineering design process will have been followed, inone form or another. The
Design as a generic tool
module provides an interesting acomprehensive introduction to engineering and design, so a detailed discussion of thedesign process will not be included here.In essence, designs progress from :
some statement of need
identification or specification of problem
search for solutions
and finally to...
development of solution to manufacture, test and use.
This sequence is usually iterative. It repeats until a satisfactory solution has evolved, asindicated in the flow diagram below.

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