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Drawing and Computer Assisted Representation

Code 15791
Year 1
Semester S1
ECTS Credits 6
Workload T(15H)/TP(45H)
Scientific area Drawing
Entry requirements There is no informal pre-requisites.
Learning outcomes To enable students to implement the knowledge of the Technical Drawing through a Computer Aided Design (CAD) computer application. After attending this course, students should: - Have grasped the fundamental concepts of Technical Design; - To be able to read and interpret a technical drawing correctly; - To be prepared to carry out the drawings and drawings necessary for the design of new products and equipment.
Syllabus The Technical Drawing: - Graphic Communication; - Modes of representation; - The Technical Drawing in the various phases of a project. Computer Aided Technical Drawing (CAD): - Evolution of CAD - applications; - Equipment. Orthogonal projections a) Concepts: - Classification; - Orthogonal projections: projections of the cube views (multiple views); - Types of lines. b) Selection of views: - Necessary and sufficient views ; - Views: partial, interrupted and auxiliaries; - Representations: conventional and simplified. c) Reading Projections. Quick perspectives of geométric solids: - Choice of position; - Methods of construction; - Perspective of a circle. Dimensioning - Dimensioning of special representations: - Fundamental Aspects; - Tolerances. Cuts and Sections Specific features of the software (SolidWorks): - Modelling of solids and surfaces; - Assembly of sets; - Representation of projections.
Main Bibliography 1. Fundamental: Hélder Joaquim Dinis Correia, Desenho Técnico e Sistemas de Representação Gráfica, Universidade da Beira Interior, 2010 2. Complementary: Arlindo Silva, Carlos Tavares Ribeiro, João Dias, Luís Sousa, Desenho Técnico Moderno, Lidel – edições técnicas, lda., 2004
Teaching Methodologies and Assessment Criteria The assessment includes the application of a test. The works to which 6 points are attributed, consist of a series of parts and assemblies that are proposed to the students. The final test, of 14 points, consists of a SOLIDWORKS assembly based on a set of 5 or 6 parts that must also be performed in 3D by the students from given orthogonal views.
Language Portuguese. Tutorial support is available in English.
Last updated on: 2024-01-19

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