Engineering Drawing with Worked Examples, Volume 1
This book presents concise explanations of the subject's general principles and uses worked examples freely to expand the text. Each example shows the method of obtaining the solution and includes additional explanatory notes. For some topics, where it would have been difficult to understand a solution given on a single drawing, the solution has been drawn in step-by-step form. All the figures used conform to the recommendations of BS 308: 1972. Engineering Drawing with Worked Examples 1 and 2 together provide a background course for technician students, but will be equally useful for any engineering drawing course.
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ANGLE ORTHOGRAPHIC PROJECTION ARC INTERNALLY arc of radius asymptotes auxiliary circles axis base circle bisect Centre lines chain lines circumference circumscribing circle circumscribing rectangle method crank cycloid dashes decimal marker dimension line direction of arrow directrix Divide draw a regular draw an arc draw arcs Draw tangents Draw the given Draw the locus drawn ellipse end view Engineering Drawing epicycloid EXAMPLE ﬁgure ﬁrst ﬁxed point ﬁxed straight line focus french curve front elevation GEOMETRICAL CONSTRUCTIONS given arc given view helices helix hexagon hidden detail hidden lines Horizontal plane opened hyperbola hypocycloid intersect involute Join length LINES AND LETTERING LOCI locus method number of equal object obtained by viewing outlines parabola pencil Plan view Plot the locus polygon position principal planes proﬁle projection lines quadrant rabatted radii regular polygons right angles rolling circle shown in Figure side space tangency thick thin Third Angle projection trochoid vertex