Engineering Graphics

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I. K. International Pvt Ltd, Nov 21, 2008 - Engineering graphics - 348 pages
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Hence it is essential for all engineers to achieve the capability of reading, preparing and interpreting drawings. The aim of the book is to provide a well-built foundation of engineering drawing to the beginners and to provide a scope to have a brushing up facility for the practicing engineers. Keeping these two basic objectives in view, a step-by-step approach has been adopted - starting from drawing instruments, sheets, scales, curves, etc. The guidelines as laid in different codes published by Bureau of Indian Standard are mentioned and followed. Involved association of the authors with the subject for a pretty long time in various capacities like teacher, examiner, paper-setter, and head-examiner has enriched the book in terms of content and its approach of dealing. Sufficient number of worked out examples and multiple choice questions are provided to have a holistic view of the subject.
 

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i like this book bcoz in it so much simple methods are given which are understand to students and it is helpful to score more in gtu.

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Contents

Preface vii
1
Drawing Instruments Drawing Materials
16
Geometrical Construction
31
Scales
44
Curves
74
Projections Its Aspects
105
Projection of Points
112
Projection of Plane Surfaces
130
Development of Surfaces
178
Intersection of Surfaces
199
Isometric Projection and View
215
Screw Threads Nutbolts Rivets
254
Nomograms
270
Building Drawing
281
Computer Aided Drawing
312
Index
331

Projection of Solids
141
Section of Solids
155

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