BTG131 Descriptive Geometry and Engineering Graphics

Code BTG131
Name Descriptive Geometry and Engineering Graphics
Status Compulsory/Courses of Limited Choice
Level and type Undergraduate Studies, Professional
Field of study Engineering Graphics
Faculty
Academic staff Modris Dobelis, Ieva Jurāne, Ella Leja, Veronika Stroževa, Zoja Veide, Ivans Griņevičs, Gaļina Veide, Alvis Kambuts, Silvija Ozola
Credit points 2.0 (3.0 ECTS)
Parts 1
Annotation Theoretical basis of representation of spatial objects on the plane. Projection methods. Point, line and plane. Drawing transformation methods. Metric exercises. Intersection problems. Isometric views. Complex drawing. Formats, scale, line code. Views, sectional views and sections. Dimensioning. Screw threads. Threaded fastenings and joint representation. Sketches and working drawings. Detail assemblies. Computer aided geometric modeling of engineering objects..
Goals and objectives
of the course in terms
of competences and skills
Acquire the knowledge about theoretical aspects of spatial object representation in the amount of basic knowledge of descriptive geometry. Be able to use this knowledge in practice while creating sketches and drawings for details and assemblies.
Learning outcomes
and assessment
Students will know the method of multiview drawing formation. Will be able to construct points, lines and planes in three projections. Will be able to represent simple geometric objects in projections - Practical class exercise, home assignments, intermediate test. Evaluate the ability to use projection method in practice and neatness of completed graphic exercise.
Are able to represent geometric objects in multiview drawing and construct mental section with section planes. Are be able to recognize represented spatial geometric elements in multiview drawing. - Practical class exercises, home assignments, exam. Evaluate the ability to read and represent geometric objects in drawing and neatness of completed graphic exercise
Students are able to represent simple details in multiview drawing and axonometric projection, complete required sections and dimension properly. Are able create sketches of simple details. - Practical class exercises, home assignments. Evaluate the ability to decompose simple detail into geometric objects, represent them in drawing and neatness of completed graphic exercise.
Will understand separable and permanent joints. Are able to represent detail with thread, determine their parameters. Will be able represent threaded joint in assembly drawing and build parts list. - Laboratory exercise with measuring instruments, home assignments, exam. Evaluate the ability to create a drawing according to standards and neatness of complied graphic exercise.
Course prerequisites The knowledge of geometry covered in high school.

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