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- Paperback | 112 pages
- 198.1 x 248.9 x 12.7mm | 226.8g
- 06 Jul 2000
- Pearson Education (US)
- United States
Table of contents
1. Engineering Graphics. The Importance of Engineering Graphics. Engineering Graphics. CAD. Design and CAD. 2. Projections Used in Engineering Graphics. Projections. 3-D Projections. Multiview Projections. Working Drawings. 3. Freehand Sketching. Why Freehand Sketches? Freehand Sketching Fundamentals. Basic Freehand Sketching. Advanced Freehand Sketching. 4. Computer-Aided Design and Drafting. CAD Models. CAD and Solids Modeling. The Nature of Solids Modeling. 5. Standard Practice for Engineering Drawings. Introduction to Drawing Standards. Sheet Layouts. Lines. Dimension Placement and Conventions. Section and Detail Views. Fasteners and Screw Threads. Assembly Drawings. 6. Tolerances. Why Tolerances? Displaying Tolerances on Drawings. How to Determine Tolerances. Surface Finish. Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing.
About Richard M. Lueptow
RICHARD M. LUEPTOW is the Charles Deering McCormick Professor of Teaching Excellence and Associate Professor of Mechanical Engineering at Northwestern University. He is a native of Wisconsin and received his doctorate from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in 1986. He teaches design, fluid mechanics, and spectral analysis techniques. "In my design class I saw a need for a self-paced tutorial for my students to learn CAD software quickly and easily. I worked with several students a few years ago to develop just this type of tutorial, which has since evolved into a book. My goal is to introduce students to engineering graphics and CAD, while showing them how much fun it can be." Rich has an active research program on rotating filtration, Taylor Couette flow, granular flow, fire suppression, and acoustics. He has five patents and over 40 refereed journal and proceedings papers along with many other articles, abstracts, and presentations.Acknowledgments: Thanks to my talented and hard-working co-authors as well as the many colleagues and students who took the tutorial for a "test drive." Special thanks to Mike Minbiole for his major contributions to Graphics Concepts with SolidWorks. Thanks also to Northwestern University for the time to work on a book. Most of all, thanks to my loving wife, Maiya, and my children, Hannah and Kyle, for supporting me in this endeavor. (Photo courtesy of Evanston Photographic Studios, Inc.)