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Title: ME 142 Engineering Drawing and Graphics


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ME 142 Engineering Drawing and Graphics
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Instructor Details
  • Col ( R ) Mumtaz Yousafi
  • MSC ( Machine design )
  • NUST Rawalpindi
  • B.E. ( Mechanical Engineering)
  • NED Engineering University
  • Karachi

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Pre Requisites
  • Drawing Instruments
  • Basic Knowledge of Geometry
  • Basic Knowledge of units conversion
  • Basic Knowledge of computers

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COURSE OUTLINE
  • Pre requisites Introduction
  •  Dimension, sheet planning use of dwg
    instruments
  •  Orthographic projections
  •  Engineering Geometry
    WEEK 1 to 7
  • Fits and tolerances
  •  Geometrical dimensioning tolerances
  •  Manual Drawing practice
  •  1 st Sessional WEEK 8
  •  Introduction to AUTOCAD
  •  2 D Modeling practice WEEK 9 to 18
  • 2 nd Sessional
  • Introduction to 3 D Modeling practice
  • Course Review WEEK 19
  • Final Examination WEEK 20

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Details of Course Outline
  • Part-I
  • Introduction. Types of lines, lettering,
    dimensioning, use of pencil and drawing
    instruments, planning of drawing sheet.
  • Projections. Types of projections, orthographic
    projections, plane of projections, four
    quadrants, projection of points, projection of
    straight lines, examples with different
    quadrants, traces of a line, true length of a
    line, inclination to both the planes, projection
    of oblique and auxiliary planes.
  • Use of instruments and letter writing practice
  • Engineering Geometry
  • Allowances and Tolerances
  • Geometric Dimensioning as per ANSI 14.5
  • First angle and third angle projection
    engineering drawing practice.
  • Geometrical construction engineering drawing
    practice.
  • Part - II
  • Introduction to computer aided engineering
    drawing and use of software/package (AUTOCAD).
  • 2 D 3 D drawing including solid modeling

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TEXT BOOKS FOR REFERENCE
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  • Engineering Drawing by A W Boundy
  • Machine Drawing by Ajeet Singh
  • Engineering Graphics with AUTOCAD by James D
    Bethune

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Overview of an Engineering Drawing (WEEK 1)
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LECTURE OBJECTIVES
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GRAPHICS LANGUAGE
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Effectiveness of Graphics Language
1. Try to write a description of this object.
2. Test your written description by having
someone attempt to make a sketch from your
description.
You can easily understand that
The word languages are inadequate for describing
the size, shape and features completely as
well as concisely.
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Composition of Graphic Language
Graphic language in engineering application
use lines to represent the surfaces, edges and
contoursof objects.
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Freehand drawing The lines are sketched without
using instruments other than pencils and erasers.
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Instrument drawing Instruments are used to draw
straight lines, circles, and curves concisely
and accurately. Thus, the drawings are usually
made to scale.
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Computer drawing The drawings are usually made
by commercial software such as AutoCAD, solid
works , PRO E, etc.
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Example of CAD
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Example of CAD
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Example of CAD
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Example of CAD
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Simple CAD/CAE/CAM Product Lifecycle
Design CAD
Analysis CAE
Manufacturing CAM
C
D
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Engineering Drawing
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Elements of Engineering Drawing
Engineering drawing are made up of graphics
language and word language.
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Basic Knowledge for Drafting
Word language
Graphics language
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Traditional Drawing Tools
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TECHNICAL DRAWING BOARD
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DRAWING TOOLS
1. T-Square
2. Triangles
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DRAWING TOOLS
2H or HB for thick line
4H for thin line
3. Adhesive Tape
4. Pencils
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DRAWING TOOLS
5. Sandpaper
6. Compass
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DRAWING TOOLS
7. Pencil Eraser
8. Erasing Shield
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DRAWING TOOLS
9. Circle Template
10. Tissue paper
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DRAWING TOOLS
11. Sharpener
12. Clean paper
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Drawing Standard
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Introduction
Standards are set of rules that govern how
technicaldrawings are represented.
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Standard Code
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Drawing Sheet
A4
Trimmed paper of a size A0 A4.
A3
Standard sheet size (JIS) A4 210 x 297 A3
297 x 420 A2 420 x 594 A1 594 x 841 A0 841
x 1189
A2
A1
(Dimensions in millimeters)
A0
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1. Type X (A0A4)
2. Type Y (A4 only)
Drawing space
Drawing space
Border lines
Title block
Title block
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SAMPLE OF DRAWING SHEET
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Drawing layout
  • All engineering drawings should feature a title
    block.

The title block should include Title- title of
the drawing Name- name of the person who
produced the drawing Checked- before
manufacture, drawings are usually
checked Version- many drawings are amended, each
revision must be noted Date- the date the
drawing was produced or last amended Notes- any
note relevant to the drawing Scale- the scale of
the drawing Company name- name of the
company Projection- the projection system used
to create the drawing
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SAMPLE OF ENGINEERING DRAWING
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Drawing Scale
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Drawing Scales
Length, size
Scale is the ratio of the linear dimension of an
element of an object shown in the drawing to the
real linear dimension of the same element of the
object.
Size in drawing
Actual size
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Drawing Scales
SCALE 11 for full size SCALE X1 for
enlargement scales (X gt 1) SCALE 1X for
reduction scales (X gt 1)
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