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Fall 2021

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EGR105 - Engineering Design Graphics 1

Credits: 3

Catalog Description: Introduces the design process used in the engineering fields, crucial for drafters as support in engineering drafting. Uses CAD methods and sketching techniques to solve 3-D space problems. Solves problems with spatial relationships for determining true lengths, angels, surfaces, volumes and other information applying descriptive geometry methods. Students complete detailed drawings, determine volume and weight of a machined part, and present a design proposal. Two class hours, two lab hours. Fall only. Prerequisite: EGR102 and EGR119.

Lecture: 2 hrs.

Lab: 2 hrs.

Course Learning Outcomes (CLOs):
Upon the successful completion of this course, a student will be able to:
1. Use Computer Aided Drafting (CAD) to solve engineering problems
2. Construct graphical solutions for descriptive geometry problems as related to engineering applications
3. Revolve points, lines, solids and planes using CAD multiview projection techniques
4. Demonstrate spatial relationships of surfaces and contours as applied to auxiliary, sectional and orthographic views
5. Utilize CAD software to document relationships among volume, mass and weights
6. Design modifications to engineering product assemblies using CAD

Effective Term: Fall 2019