A Concise Introduction to Engineering Graphics gives students a basic understanding of how to create and read engineering drawings. This book consists of thirteen chapters that cover the basics of engineering graphics. This book also comes bundled with a CD containing a digital version of Technical Graphics, a detailed 522 page introduction to engineering graphics. A Concise Introduction to Engineering Graphics is 222 pages in length and includes 40 exercise sheets. The exercise sheets both challenge the students and allow them to practice the topics covered in the text. Instructors have the choice of two different versions of this book. The text from the chapters are the same, however, the exercise sheets are different in each version. Instructors can switch which version of the book they use to discourage students from sharing old assignments. The third edition of this book, containing the text without the exercise sheets or digital book, is also still available.Primary center line Rotate arm D D SECTION D-D 1 2 Figure SEC 27: To form aligned Section D-D the slotted arm is rotated back to the primary center line then projected vertically down to locate the slotted arm in the sectional view.
|Title||:||A Concise Introduction to Engineering Graphics (4th Edition) with Workbook a|
|Author||:||Timothy J. Sexton|
|Publisher||:||SDC Publications - 2010-01-01|