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Prince Sultan University

College of Engineering
Department of Engineering Management
B.Sc. Program Course Description
Engineering Drawing

Title

Code
EM 101
Prerequisites
Instructor:

Credits

2(0,0,6)

N/A
Mr. TaeYeaul, Yi

1. Class ST Schedule: Sundays. 3:10pm-6:00pm/ Tuesdays. 3:10pm-6:00pm


2. Location: Lab 1(Drafting) and Computer Lab C (AutoCad/Revit)
3. Instructor Contact Point: tyyi@psu.edu.sa/ Mobil. 054. 936. 4551/ Office.
494.8050
4. Instructor Office: Department of Engineering Management

Catalog Description
This course basically deals with the understanding of a variety of technical engineering drawings as well as the
introduction of using the AutoCAD and BIM tools (Revit). The course focuses on not only the improvement of
freehand sketching skill for engineering drawings but also the graphical interpretation of orthographic
projection
including pictorial views, section views, dimensioning, translation of design instructions in detail, assembly
drawings, construction drawings and so on. And this will place an emphasis on practical learning with regard to
understand engineering drawings for students.

Textbooks

Engineering Drawing from the Beginning: The Commonwealth and International


Library: Mechanical Engineering Division, M. F. Cousins, Elsevier

References & Reading Material

Ivan Leroy Hill, Henry C.S Frederick E. Giesecke, 2013, Technical Drawing with
Engineering Graphics
Lecture PPT, Visual and Animation Materials
Karen M.KENSEK,2014, Building Information Modeling,

Learning Outcomes
Upon completion of this course, students are expected to achieve the following:

Improve the ability of freehand sketching skills for engineering drawings.


Understand using scale and proportions in engineering drawings.
Practice using drafting tools and drawing techniques.
Implement orthographic projection in theory and practice.
Implement pictorial drawing in theory and practice.
Understand the application of dimensioning rules.
Carry out sectioning for different types of objects and items.
Use AutoCAD software as 2D,3D and Revit software as a BIM tool.

Syllabus
Weeks
1

Topics
- Orientation
- How to use Drafting Tools
- Practicing basic lines and using Scale

Class Hours
6 hours
(Sketching and
Drafting)

4
5

10

11

12

13

- Studying the different types of engineering drawing


projections
- Understanding orthographic projection
- Practicing orthographic projection drawings in various angles
- Understanding pictorial projection
- Practicing pictorial projection drawings on the base of
visualization
- Carrying out sectioning for different types of objects and
items (various sectional views such as structures, mechanical
elements etc.)
- Performing individual projects
- Midterm Exam 1
- Introduction/ AutoCAD Screen Setting/ New File/ File Open,
Save(as)/ Line/ Erase
- Absolute Coordinate/ Relative Coordinate/ Relative Polar
Coordinate
- Osnap/Circle/Ellips/Donut
- Limits/ Units/ Arc/ Polygon/ Rectang/ Expode
- Offset/ Trim/ Managing Object
- Copy/ Move/ Mirror/Fillet/ Chamfer/ Break
- Array/ Scale/ Rotate/ Zoom
- Layer/Measure
- Performing individual projects
- Midterm Exam 2
- AutoCad 3D window layout and view
- 3D structure modeling/3D face/Edge
- Move/Vports/Visual style
- Mesh/Edit/UCSicon/UCS(3P,ZA)
- Solid/Union/Subtract/Intersect
- Extrude/3D Fillet/3D Chamfer/3D Rotate
- Revolve/Sweep/Loft
- Slice/Section
- Introduction of Building Information Modeling(BIM)
- Revit Screen Setting/Basic Interface
- Project Leveling/Plan Grid
- Import AutoCad file/Understand building structure
- Foundation modeling
- Structure: Floor/Column/Wall modeling
- Lamp and Staircase modeling

12 hours
(Sketching and
Drafting)

12 hours
(Sketching and
Drafting)

6 hours
(AutoCad-2D)
6 hours
(AutoCad-2D)
6 hours
(AutoCad-2D)
6 hours
(AutoCad-2D)

6 hours
(AutoCad-3D)

6 hours
(AutoCad-3D)
6 hours
(Revit-BIM)
6 hours
(Revit-BIM)

14

- Finishing Parts Modeling : Floor,Wall,Ceiling etc.


- Export and print out 2D drawings from Model
- Review AutoCad 3D and Revit course
- Performing individual projects

6 hours
(Revit-BIM)

15

- Final exam

(AutoCad and
Revit)

Assessment & Grading Policy


1. Assignments, Homeworks and Quizzes (25%)
There will be a number of assignments and quizzes including additional
homeworks, all of which make 25% in the total course grade.
In principle, students will perform two or three assignments within every class
hours.
All assignments must be submitted during the class hours or before the end of the
class.
Students will take quizzes in theory at least two times during the class hours.
It is extremely important to carry out all assignments on time.
Makeup exams will never be accepted without formal excuse signed from the
head of the department.
Late assignments, homeworks and individual projects will take (-) points in
accordance with delayed days.
2. Individual Projects (5%)
Students should perform individual projects, which are Drafting and AutoCad 3D.
Individual projects will make 5% out of all course marks
3. Attendance (5%)
Students will be taken attendance calls on time, 3:10pm, every class. After
3:15pm, it will be late marks automatically
In the case of Absenteeism and Lateness, (-) points out of total course grade will
be taken
Class(Section) shifting will be strongly prohibited without any exception
Attendance will make 5% out of all course marks
4. Midterm Exam1 (10%)
5. Midterm Exam2 (15%)
6. Final Exam (40%)

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Assignments, Homeworks and Quizzes (25%)


Individual Projects (5%)
Attendance (5%)
Midterm Exam 1 (10%)
Midterm Exam 2 (15%)
6. Final Exam (40%)

Policies
1. Attendance

Students are required to attend all lectures and more than 25% absenteeism
implies a DN
Students will take (-)points out of total course grade according to their
absenteeism and lateness.
(1 class absented = (-) 1 point out of total course grade, 2 classes= (-) 2
points,etc.)
A student with a verifiable and legitimate reason for missing a class (Illness, death
in the immediate family) may request of his instructor with the formal excuse
letter signed from the head of department.
All relevant issues regarding attendance are compliant with the PSU regulation.

2. Cheating and Plagiarism

Cheating or plagiarism in examinations, quizzes or assignments will not be


tolerated and Cheaters will be reported to the university authority.
Any student (Both provider and recipient) found to be cheating or plagiarizing
on any homework, assignment, quiz or exams will be assigned the grade of zero
or extra (-)points for that works.
All relevant issues regarding cheating or plagiarism are compliant with the PSU
regulation.

3. Dismissal from Class


If a student behavior interferes with the learning process or jeopardizes the class
situation, the instructor may ask the student to leave the classroom.

Requirements
Students are recommended to prepare the followings to facilitate their class work.
1. Drawing board (A2 Size)
2. Drawing papers (A2 Size)
3. Sharp Pencil (Mechanical Pencil) and Leads (HB or B) : 0.5, 0.9 or 1.0
4. Triangle Scale (1:100, 1:200, 1:250, 1:300, 1:400, 1:500)
5. Compass
6. Triangle ruler (30/45)
7. Eraser Steel Plate
8. Masking Tape
9. Eraser
10.Eraser Broom
11.Drawing Case or Bag