Mechanical Engineering
 

Engineering Graphics--Principles and Applications

Engineering Graphics--Principles and Applications
Comprehensive applications of CAD-based national (ANSI) and international (ISO) graphics standards, including coordinate and geometric dimensioning and tolerancing practices, manufacturing, and product verification procedures.
ME EN
272
 Hours3.0 Credit, 2.0 Lecture, 2.0 Lab
 PrerequisitesMe En professional program for Me En students; or non-Me En major in Engineering and Technology.
 TaughtFall, Winter, Spring
 ProgramsContaining ME EN 272
Course Outcomes: 

Modeling Techniques

1. Understand both surface and solid modeling techniques found in a modern commercial CAD package.

CAD Modeling - Basic Components

2. Create a CAD model of basic machine components and assemblies.

CAD Modeling - Average to Complex Components

3. Design and create CAD models of average to complex mechanical components.

Engineering Drawings - Standard

4. Create, read and understand engineering drawings composed of multiple views with standard dimensioning and tolerancing nomenclature.

Engineering Drawings - Geometric

5. Create, read and understand engineering drawings that contain geometric dimensioning, tolerancing symbology and mating parts fit.

Top-Down and Bottom-Up Design

6. Understand the approaches and processes used in component and assembly modeling, i.e. top-down and bottom-up design.

Collaboration

7. Collaborate with teammates to learn how to apply CAD tools to the modeling projects.

Product Design and Manufacturing Information

8. Prepare a design package for a real-world device to be manufactured in Me En 382.

Globalization

9. Learn about design and engineering processes in a global context.