Manual of engineering drawing [electronic resource] : technical product specification and documentation to British and international standards / Colin H. Simmons, Neil Phelps, Dennis E. Maguire
- Front Cover; Manual of Engineering Drawing; Copyright; Contents; Preface; Acknowledgements; Chapter 1 -- Drawing Office Management and Organization; Engineering Drawing Practices; Drawing Practice and the Computer (CAD: Computer Aided Draughting and Design); Why Introduce BS 8888 and Withdraw BS 308?; Chapter 2 -- Product Development and Computer Aided Design; Computer Aided Draughting and Design; Technical Product Documentation; Access into the Computer Network; Quality Assurance; Chapter3 -- Design for Manufacture to End of Life; Chapter 4 -- Intellectual Property and Engineering Design.
PatentsDesigns; Copyright; Trademarks; Important Points to Remember; Chapter 5 -- CAD Organization and Applications; Computer and Software Purchase; Project Development; Size of Computer; Parametric Design; Sheet Metalwork Application; Pipework Systems; Communicating Design Concepts; Materials Options; Typical CAD Drawings and 3D Models; Chapter6 -- Principles of First and Third Angle Orthographic Projection; First Angle Projection; Third Angle Projection; Projection Symbols; Drawing Procedure; Reading Engineering Drawings; Projection Exercises; Chapter7 -- Linework and Lettering.
Drawing Paper SizesPresentation; Types of Line and Their Application; Chain Lines; Coinciding Lines; Lettering; Minimum Character Height for Capital Letters and Numerals; Drawing Modifications; Care and Storage of Original Drawings; Chapter8 -- Three-dimensional Illustrations Using Isometric and Oblique Projection; Isometric Projection; Oblique Projection; Chapter9 -- Drawing Layouts and Simplified Methods; Single-part Drawing; Collective Single-part Drawings; Assembly Drawings; Collective Assembly Drawing; Design Layout Drawings; Combined Detail and Assembly Drawings.
Exploded Assembly DrawingsSimplified Drawings; Machine Drawings; Drawing Scales; Scale Used in Geometric Construction; Abbreviations; Chapter10 -- Sections and Sectional Views; Half Sections; Revolved Sections; Removed Sections; Sections through Thin Material; Local Sections; Components Not Drawn in Section; Successive Sections; Sections in Two Parallel Planes; Chapter11 -- Geometrical Constructions and Tangency; To Bisect a Given Angle AOB (Fig. 11.1); To Bisect a Given Straight Line AB (Fig. 11.2); To Bisect a Given Arc AB (Fig. 11.3); To Find the Centre of a Given Arc AB (Fig. 11.4).
To Inscribe a Circle in a Given Triangle ABC (Fig. 11.5)To Circumscribe a Circle Around Triangle ABC (Fig. 11.6); To Draw a Hexagon, Given the Distance Across the Corners; To Draw a Hexagon, Given the Distance Across the Flats (Fig. 11.8); To Draw a Regular Octagon, Given the Distance Across Corners (Fig. 11.9); To Draw a Regular Octagon, Given the Distance Across the Flats (Fig. 11.10); To Draw a Regular Polygon, Given the Length of the Sides (Fig. 11.11); Tangency; To Draw a Tangent to a Point A on the Circumference of a Circle, Centre O (Fig. 11.13).
- Now in its 4th edition, Manual of Engineering Drawing is a long-established guide for practicing and student engineers to producing engineering drawings and annotated 3D models that comply with the latest BSI and ISO standards of technical product specifications and documentation. This new edition has been updated in line with recent standard revisions and amendments, including the requirements of BS8888 2011 and related ISO standards. Ideal for international use, it includes a guide to the fundamental differences between the relevant ISO and ASME standards, as well as new information on leg.
- 9780080966526 (electronic bk.)
0080966527 (electronic bk.)
9780080966533 (electronic bk.)
0080966535 (electronic bk.)
- Includes index.
To Draw a Tangent to a Circle From Any Given Point A Outside the Circle (Fig. 11.14).
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