Week 1:Lecture 1:Introduction to engineering graphics, Principles of Engineering Graphics and their significance,
Lecture 2:usage of Drawing instruments, stationary materials required – scales, protractor, French curves, papers, pencils, erasers, drawing pins, drafting machine, T-Pulley
Lecture 3: Sheet layout, fixing the sheet on board, cleaning the instruments
Lecture 4:Types of lines, Graphic symbols
Lecture 5:Lettering,
Week 2:Lecture 1:Dimensioning
Lecture 2:Scales – Plain, Diagonal and Vernier Scales;
Lecture 3:Basic Geometrical construction – perpendicular lines, parallel lines, bisecting an angle etc.
Lecture 4: Curves used in engineering practice
Lecture 5: Conic sections including the Rectangular Hyperbola (General method only); Cycloid, Epicycloid,
Hypocycloid and Involute;
Week 3: Lecture 1:Introduction to orthographic projection, principles of projection, Methods of Projection, Planes of projection, four quadrants
Lecture 2:First angle projection, third angle projection, reference line
Lecture 3:Projection of points in different quadrants
Lecture 4:Loci of points
Lecture 5:Projection of lines - introduction
Week 4:Lecture 1:Projection of lines parallel to both the reference planes
Lecture 2:Projection of line parallel to one and perpendicular to another plane
Lecture 3:Projection of lines inclined to one plane
Lecture 4:Projection of lines inclined to both the planes
Lecture 5: Projection of a point and line on auxiliary plane
Week 5:Lecture 1:Projection of planes perpendicular to both the reference planes
Lecture 2:Projection of planes parallel to both the reference planes
Lecture 3:Projection of planes parallel to one and perpendicular to another plane
Lecture 4:Projection of planes inclined to one plane
Lecture 5:Projection of planes inclined to both the planes
Week 6:Lecture 1:Types of solids
Lecture 2:Projection of solids in simple positions
Lecture 3:Projection of solids with axis inclined to one of the reference planes and parallel to another
Lecture 4:Projection of solids with axis inclined to both the planes
Lecture 5:Projection of spheres
Week 7: Lecture 1:Introduction to section of solids, section planes, true shape of sections
Lecture 2:Sections of Prisms
Lecture 3:Sections of Pyramids
Lecture 4:Sections of Cylinders
Lecture 5:Sections of Cones
Week 8:Lecture 1:Sections of Spheres
Lecture 2:Development of surfaces- cubes, prisms, pyramids
Lecture 3:Development of surfaces- cylinders, spheres
Lecture 4:Intersection of surfaces – two Prisms, two cones, two cylinders
Lecture 5:Intersection of surfaces – one prism and one cone, one cone and one cylinder, one sphere and one prism
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