COMPUTER AIDED ENGINEERING DRAWING

SEMESTER IVComments Off on COMPUTER AIDED ENGINEERING DRAWING

Credit hours: 1(0-1)

Prerequisites: N/A

Objectives of the Course:

To enable students to read, and produce 2D and 3D engineering drawings using CAD tools.

Course Outline:

Introduction to CAD software: User interface; Entity selection; Setting drawing limits; Using the grid and snap; Creating drawing geometry; Modifying drawing geometry; Typed input; Using Ortho, polar and object tracking; Object snapping; Screen

manipulation. Transformation commands: Layers; Hatching; Properties; Text creation and editing; Dimension creation and editing; Layouts/paper space; Plotting.

Text and references:

  1. Engineering Drawing and Graphic Technology 14thEdition by T.E. French, C.J. Vierk and R.J. Foster
  2. Elementary Engineering Drawing by N.D. Bhatt.
  1. AutoCAD 2002 User’s Guide by Autodesk, Mastering AutoCAD 2002 by George Omura.

ENGINEERING MATERIALS

Credit hours: 3 (3,0,0) Prerequisites: N/A.

Objectives of the Course:

To impart knowledge of engineering materials, their characteristics, testing and applications

Course Outline:

Stress, strain, modulus, elastic and plastic behaviour of materials. Physical, mechanical, thermal properties and characterization. Properties, classification and application of materials of construction such as Iron, steel, stainless steel, Nickel,

haste alloy, copper alloys, aluminium and its alloys, lead, titanium and tantalum, PVC, Teflon, poly-olefins, PTFE glass, stone ware, acid resistant bricks and tiles. Biomaterials, Composites, Ablatives and thermal insulation materials.

Nature, types and rate of corrosion, corrosion protection, surface treatment, heat treatment. Material selection; Material testing (destructive and non-destructive testing); International standards for material testing.

Introduction to nano-materials.

Lab Outline: N/A

Text and references:

  1. Srivastava C. M., Srinivasan C. “Science of Engineering Materials” 2nd2000, New Age International (PRACTICALS) Limited, Publishers.
  2. Varnon John. “Introduction of Engineering Materials” MacMillan.
  3. William F. Smith. “Principles of Materials Science and Engineering” McGraw-Hill.
  4. A. Flinn and P. K. Trjan “Engineering Materials and Their Applications”Jaico.

Ijaz Hussain Khan. “Corrosion Technology”, Vol-I and 2, Institute of Chemical Engineering, University of the Punjab, Lahore, Pakistan

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