Graphics for Engineers with AutoCAD 2002

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Prentice Hall, 2003 - Computers - 585 pages
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For Engineering Graphics/Technical Drawing courses.

Graphics for Engineers is designed to help students expand their creative talents and communicate their ideas effectively. Its layout, format, and content have been classroom-tested to make it user friendly and excellent for both classroom use and independent study. Students who use this text will learn ANSI standards, techniques to prepare working drawings, the solution of 3D problems and graphical analysis, and the use of graphics as a medium of design.

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James H. Earle is a recognized authority in the field of engineering graphics. He received the bachelor of architecture and Ph.D. degrees in education from Texas A&M, where he has taught engineering design graphics since 1957. His books have introduced the concepts and techniques of engineering graphics to over half a million students.

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