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Engineering Science Courses:
EGR101 - Engineering Drawing 1
Catalog Description: Uses traditional drafting methods to develop manual drafting skills for drawings and engineering-related problems. Compares CAD and manual techniques. Areas of study include use of drafting equipment, technical sketching, geometric constructions, setting up drawings, reproducing blueprints, and applying multiview projection theory in the drawing process, complying with ANSI standards. Uses spatial relationships of lines and planes in the sectional and auxiliary view techniques in drawing experiences. Requires completion of formal detailed drawings demonstrating manual drawing skills. Concurrent registration in EGR118 is highly recommended. Fall only.
Lecture: 2 hrs.
Lab: 2 hrs.
Course Learning Outcomes (CLOs):
Upon the successful completion of this course, a student will be able to:
1. Execute proper mechanical drawing techniques (linotypes, lettering, scale, dimensioning, etc) meeting American National Standards Institute (ANSI).
2. Complete mechanical drawings using the three mechanical views (orthographic, Sectional and Auxiliary)
3. Use multiple scales to document spatial relationships on mechanical drawings.
4. Incorporate principles of dimensioning in the creation of mechanical drawings (Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing, Class of Fits, Limit Dimensioning, Metric dimensioning).
5. Differentiate various materials and their applications for parts production
6. Compare various threading systems and fasteners to their appropriate application
7. Compare and contrast application of Imperial and Metric systems
Effective Term: Fall 2019