AutoCAD for Architectural Drawing
For freshman/sophomore-level courses in Basic Computer-Aided Design/Drafting, Basic Architectural Computer-Aided Design, and Commercial Architecture. Written specifically for architects, this text helps students learn AutoCAD by actually using it in planning and designing a wide variety of realistic situations. Using a non-technical writing style and hands-on PROMPT/RESPONSE tutorial approach, it takes students step-by-step through the creation of all of the drawings necessary for an architectural project - from floor plans, and elevations, through power and lighting plans, to isometric and three-dimensional drawings.
- Paperback | 514 pages
- 209.8 x 276.1 x 22.9mm | 1,139.6g
- 01 May 1999
- Pearson Education (US)
- Peachpit Press Publications
- Berkeley, United States
Table of contents
I. PREPARING TO DRAW WITH AUTOCAD. 1. Introduction. 2. The Personal Computer and the AutoCAD Program. 3. Preparing to Draw with AutoCAD. II. TWO-DIMENSIONAL AUTOCAD. 4. Drawing with AutoCAD: Basic Commands and Settings. 5. Drawing with AutoCAD: Conference and Lecture Rooms. 6. Using Raster Images in AutoCAD Drawings. 7. Adding Text to the Drawing. 8. Printing and Plotting. 9. Drawing the Floor Plan: Walls, Doors, and Windows. 10. Dimensioning and Area Calculations. 11. Drawing Elevations, Wall Sections, and Details. 12. Drawing and Adding Specifications to Furnishings. 13. Drawing the Reflected Ceiling Plan and the Power Plan. 14. Drawing a Plat. III. SPECIAL TOPICS. 15. Isometric Drawing. 16. Presentation Capabilities. 17. Customizing Toolbars and Menus. IV. THREE-DIMENSIONAL AUTOCAD. 18. Basic Three-Dimensional Models. 19. Solid Modeling. Glossary. Index.