Engineering Design Graphics with AutoCAD 2007 / Edition 12

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Offering a flexible format, Engineering Design Graphics, 12th Edition has the best integration of design and computer graphics of any book on the market. It places an emphasis on the fundamentals of design and explores concepts via sketching, instrument drawings and the computer. It includes more than 2,000 illustrations and 1,000 problems, all developed to foster problem-solving and creativity. This edition features AutoCAD 2007 software, over 129 new design problems and 800 new or modified figures. Throughout the book, users are encouraged to apply creative solutions to problems and are challenged by problems which vary is complexity and duration.

Multi-level approach examines the principles of engineering graphics via sketching, instrument drawings, and the computer. Reinforces difficult concepts using case studies, sample worksheets and drawings that guide users through the design process. Offers step-by-step coverage of AutoCAD 2007 and provides illustrations of screen shots throughout. Two-color, step-by-step illustrations - Includes a second color in visuals to emphasize sequential steps, key points, and important explanations. Furnishes examples, illustrations and problems from industry to make the subject matter more practical and relevant to readers.

For readers interested in or involved with Engineering Graphics and Technical Drawing.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780132043564
  • Publisher: Prentice Hall
  • Publication date: 5/14/2007
  • Edition description: New Edition
  • Edition number: 12
  • Pages: 800
  • Product dimensions: 8.10 (w) x 9.76 (h) x 1.29 (d)

Table of Contents

Ch. 1: Engineering and Technology Introduction
Ch. 2: The Design Process
Ch. 3: Problem Identification
Ch. 4: Preliminary Ideas
Ch. 5: Refinement
Ch. 6: Design Analysis
Ch. 7: Decision
Ch. 8: Implementation
Ch. 9: Design Problems
Ch. 10: Drawing Instruments
Ch. 11: Lettering
Ch. 12: Geometric Construction
Ch. 13: Freehand Sketching
Ch. 14: Orthographic Projection with Instruments
Ch. 15: Primary Auxiliary Views
Ch. 16: Sections
Ch. 17: Screws, Fasteners, and Springs
Ch. 18: Gears and Cams
Ch. 19: Materials and Processes
Ch. 20: Dimensioning
Ch. 21: Tolerances
Ch. 22: Welding
Ch. 23: Working Drawings
Ch. 24: Reproduction of Drawings
Ch. 25: Three-dimensional Pictorials
Ch. 26: Points, Lines, and Planes
Ch. 27: Primary Auxiliary Views: Descriptive Geometry
Ch. 28: Successive Auxiliary Views: Descriptive Geometry
Ch. 29: Revolution: Descriptive Geometry
Ch. 30: Vector Graphics
Ch. 31: Intersections and Developments: Descriptive Geometry
Ch. 32: Graphs
Ch. 33: Nomography
Ch. 34: Empirical Equations and Calculus
Ch. 35: Pipe Drafting
Ch. 36: Electric/Electronic Graphics
Ch. 37: AutoCAD 2007: 2D Computer Graphics
Ch. 38: AutoCAD 2007: 3D Modeling

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