bn Engineering Graphics H166

 Engineering Graphics H166

Engineering Fundamentals & Laboratory I  (4 Credits)

 

Classrooms:  HI 206 or HI 346       Laboratories:  Hands-on – HI 208, CAEG – HI 324

 

Instructors:                       Frank Croft                       Croft.3 @osu.edu                       HI 244F                       292-6230

                       Robert Gustafson                       Gustafson.4@osu.edu                       HI 124                       292-0573

                       Rick Freuler                       Freuler.1@osu.edu                       HI 244H                       688-0499

                       Fritz Meyers                       Meyers.2@osu.edu                       HI 311                        292-1676

 

GTAs:                       Edgar Casale                       Casale.3@osu.edu                       HI 203                       688-0436      

                       Raja Laifa Clouse                       Laifa.1@osu.edu                       HI 203                       688-0436

                       Erik Justen                       Justen.4@osu.edu                       HI 203                       688-0436

                       Brad Skotko                       Skotko.1@osu.edu                       HI 203                       688-0436

 

UTAs:                       James Beams                       Beams.2@osu.edu                       Matt Beerman                       Beerman.2@osu.edu

                       Ryan Bockbrader                       Bockbrader.8@osu.edu                       Dan Crowell                        Crowell.17@osu.edu

                       Lori Engelhardt                       Engelhardt.18@osu.edu                       Matt Gates                       Gates.73@osu.edu

                       Leo Glimcher                       Glimcher.3@osu.edu                       Barry Hubbard                       Hubbard.60@osu.edu

                       John Kelbaugh                       Kelbaugh.2@osu.edu                       Melissa Murphy                       Murphy.473@osu.edu

                       John Neyer                        Neyer.3@osu.edu                       Ted Pavlic                       Pavlic.3@osu.edu                       Shawn Pearson                       Pearson.112@osu.edu                       Tai Pimputkar                       Pimputkar.2@osu.edu                       Jeff Radigan                       Radigan.4@osu.edu                       Eric Schmidt                       Schmidt.298@osu.edu                       Ken Wilkins                       Wilkins.78@osu.edu

 

Introduction and Course Organization:

 

Engineering Graphics H166 is your first course in engineering problem solving and includes Engineering Graphics, Computer-Aided Engineering Graphics (CAEG), and Engineering Laboratory.  This course is the first in a three-course sequence of Engineering Graphics and is coordinated with either Math 161G or Math 151A and with Physics 131E courses.  This course meets four times each week for a 108-minute class period Monday through Thursday.  During three out of the four class periods each week, the class will meet in the scheduled classroom (either HI 206 or HI 346) for a 108‑minute session which will have a lecture component followed by a sketching or CAEG component.  For the fourth period each week, the class will go to lab (in HI 208) for a scheduled hands-on laboratory exercise on either Wednesday or Thursday, except for the first week and the week of the Thanksgiving holiday.

 

Course Objectives:

 

The purpose of this course and the other courses of the sequence is to provide you with a knowledge of engineering graphics, engineering communication, engineering problem solving, the design process, how to make measurements, how things work, and experiences in a hands-on laboratory.  The objective is to expand that knowledge to a point of maximum usefulness with respect to both your future academic work and professional career.

 

Successful students will be able to do the following: produce analytical solutions to space problems, prepare size and shape descriptions of objects in multi-view orthographic projection, graphically display and manipulate numerical quantities, demonstrate sufficient skill to produce an engineering sketch and to make a drawing with CAEG, to make a variety of size, temperature, voltage, current, and flow measurements, to know the basic elements of how gears and chains and sprockets transmit power, of AC and DC circuits including DC motors,  and of analog and digital electronics.

 

Assignments and Grading:

 

Your performance will be measured by your ability to complete a series of daily assignments in sketching and the use of CAEG, complete eight hands-on laboratory exercises and submit the required reports, two midterm exams, five announced quizzes, several unannounced hands-on lab quizzes, a hands-on laboratory practical exam, a comprehensive final exam, and a team design project.  The daily schedule is presented below.

 

Lectures will usually precede the laboratory work.  Students requiring help with specific problems of the course should arrange individual meetings with their instructors or lab assistants during office hours.  Items of class management such as submission of problems, attendance, desk assignments, etc., will be dealt with by your instructor.  Also note that smoking is prohibited inside any of the buildings on campus and that no food or drink are allowed in the classrooms or laboratories.

 

Course grades will be calculated according to the following weighted elements:

 

            Daily Assignments (58@0.5)         29.0 % Design Project   5.5 %

            Lab Reports   (7@2.5%)        17.5 %            Electronic Journals (10@ 0.3)          3.0 %

            Midterm Exams (2@11%)        22.0 % Lab Practical Exam   4.0 %

            Quizzes (5 @ 1%)           5.0 %   Final Exam    14.0 %

 

A minimum grade of 50% is required in every element to receive a passing grade in the course.  All laboratory exercises must be completed.  The daily assignments (10 points each) referred to on the daily schedule are included in the “Autumn 2000 Engineering Graphics Problem Packet” that you must purchase, or they will be distributed as hand-outs by your instructor.  You should log your assignment grades in the column of the daily schedule marked “Grade”.  Assignments which are submitted on time, but which are incomplete, will be marked “Correct and Return” (C&R).  C&R assignments may earn a maximum of 5 points.  Also, if an assignment is turned in late, but within 24 hours of the time due, its grade will be reduced by 3 points.  Assignments submitted after 24 hours past the time due will be given 0 points; however, they will be graded for accuracy.  It is suggested that you keep graded assignments in a 3-ring binder for future reference.  All lab reports from the hands-on labs must be submitted whether they are late or not.  Journal entries must be submitted electronically no later than 11:59 PM each Sunday.

 

Midterm exams will be given on the dates indicated in the daily schedule and will be scheduled for 100 minutes.  The design project will be further described as the quarter progresses.  The comprehensive final exam must be taken at the scheduled time (see daily schedule).  No changes to the final exam schedule will be permitted except in genuine emergency situations.

 

CAEG Laboratory:

 

You will be using computer equipment in your regularly scheduled classroom (either HI 206 or HI 346) and will have access to the Hitchcock Computer Graphics Lab (HCGL) located in HI 324.  These labs contain personal computers with Intel Pentium (or alternate) processors, laser printers, and a variety of application software packages.  You will use the computers to work on your daily assignments and to produce printouts.  Although a site monitor will be available in HI 324 to help you with hardware, software, or printer problems, the monitor will not help you with assignment-related problems.  However, your instructor and lab assistant will be available during scheduled lab hours, and an undergraduate consultant will also be available during select hours.  You are to use only the software supplied in these labs; that is, you may not install any software onto, or copy any software from the lab computers.  Food and drink are not permitted in the lab.  Violation of these policies will result in expulsion from the lab and possible failure in EG H166.

 

Course Materials and Equipment:

 

The following course textbooks and materials are required.

 

Textbooks (from the bookstore or COPEZ as indicated): 

·        "Graphics Communication for Engineers", Bertoline, OSU Edition, McGraw-Hill, 2000

·        "The Cadkey 99 Project Book", L. O. Nasman, Tech. Ed. Concepts, 2000.  (See OSU Bookstore or www.TECedu.com for optional purchase of software for personal use.)

·        "Autumn 2000 Engineering Graphics H166 Problem Packet", Meyers. (available @ COPEZ)

·        "The Way Things Work", Macauley, Houghton Mifflin Co., Boston, 1998 or 1988.  (Either edition may be used.  Note that it will also be used next quarter and also that only access to this text is required.)

Materials:

·        Scale:              6” combination decimal inches and millimeters  [Staedtler-Mars 561-79-102]

·        Lead holder:    0.7mm  [Staedtler-Mars Micro 775 – 0.7mm]

·        Eraser:             stick type  [Staedtler Radett 52820]

·        Floppy disks 3.5” High Density - 2  clean disks required (or, alternatively, a Zip disk)

·        3-ring notebook

·        Pad of green engineering problem paper

       Note:  The first 3 items above are available packaged all together in a pocket protector at the bookstore.

 

Accrediting Board for Engineering and Technology - Program Criteria:

 

Engineering programs must demonstrate that          Introduced in this course sequence:

            their graduates have:               AU            WI            SP

 

(a) an ability to apply knowledge of mathematics,

            science, and engineering                         X            X

(b) an ability to design and conduct experiments, as well as                          X            X            to analyze and interpret data

(c) an ability to design a system, component, or process to                    X                     X

            meet desired needs

(d) ability to function on multi-disciplinary teams               X            X            X

(e) an ability to identify, formulate, and solve engineering                   X            X            X

            problems

(f) an understanding of professional and ethical responsibility                X            X

(g) an ability to communicate effectively                     X            X            X

(h) the broad education necessary to understand the impact of

            engineering solutions in a global and societal context

(i) a recognition of the need for, and an ability to engage in

             life-long learning

(j) a knowledge of contemporary issues

(k) an ability to use the techniques, skills, and modern                        X            X            X

            engineering tools necessary for engineering practice


 

Date

Dwg#

Assigned

Problem

Book #

Grade

Topics and Required Reading

Dwg #

Due Date

 

9/20

1

2

3DS FB-1B,D*

Lett – A-4*

 

Introduction to Graphic Communication – GCE –Ch.1

3-view sketch (Use MSP) Lettering - GCE – page 48

1

 

9/21

3

4

3DS FB-2B,D

BLOCKS*

 

3-view sketches (Use MSP)     GCE – Ch. 2

3-view sketches and isometrics  (Use 20.10 and iso grid)

2

3

 

9/25

5

6

CK99 #1

GCE 2.2 (45)

 

Intro to CAEG         Spatial Visualization Assessment

3-view sketch  (Use MSP)

4

5

 

9/26

7

8

CK99 #2

          1.1

 

Title Block & Patterns w/ CAEG    QUIZ-GCE Ch 2

Multi-view and isometrics                 

6

7

 

9/27 or 9/28

Lab #1

No Report

 

 

Eng. Lab – Team Design, Build, Compete

Lab Write-up, TWTW – pp. 8-23

 

 

9/28 or 9/27

9

10

A-6

Scales 1,2,3

 

Missing Lines (also sketch Isometrics on grid paper)

Concept of  scale on drawings

8

9

 

10/2

11

12

           2.3

      CK99 #3

 

Missing Views (also sketch Isometrics on grid paper)

2-D geometry in CAEG

10

11

 

10/3

 

13

14

 142.6

 142.7

 

Orthographic sketches from isometric 

 Isometric sketches from Orthographic QUIZ -CAEG

12

13

 

10/4 or 10/5

Lab #2

Report Req’d

 

Eng. Lab – Springs and Levers         

Lab Write-up, TWTW – pp. 18-29, 78-81

 

 

10/5 or 10/4

15

16

CK99 #4

GCE 3.3 (5)

 

2-D Detail drawing                         GCE –p. 80-84

Sketch the problem w/ auxiliary view  (Use MSP)

14

15

 

10/9

17

18

SG-3A-1

SG-3A-2

 

Pierce point of a line and a plane

Intersection of planes

Lab #2

16,17

 

10/10

19

20

SG-4A-1

SG-4A-2

 

Angle between a line and a plane in space

Dihedral Angles                             

18

19

 

10/11 or 10/12

Lab #3

Report Req’d

 

Eng. Lab – Gears, Sprockets, & Chains

Lab Write-up, TWTW – pp. 30-47,49

 

 

10/12 or 10/11

21

22

     Guy wires

(Worth 2 Dwgs)

 

Lengths and angles in space

20

 

10/16

 

 

 

First Midterm Exam- Sketching, Missing Lines & Views,  Space Geometry - 100 minutes

 (Dwgs 1 – 20)

 

 

10/17

23

24

CK99 #6

 

Print Solid model  (copy in raster, paste to Word)

Multi-view per text (add centerlines)     GCE – Chap. 6

Lab #3

21,22

 

10/18 or 10/19

Lab #4

Report Req’d

 

Eng. Lab – AC Electricity

Lab Write-up, TWTW – pp. 284-287

 

 

10/19 or 10/18

25

26

B20

SECT 1

 

Introduction to sectioning – sketches

GCE – Chap. 3

23,24

 

 

10/23

27

28

SECT – 4A

B21

 

Solid revolutions 

Sectioned assembly – sketch      QUIZ- GCE Chap.3

Lab # 4

25,26

 

10/24

29

30

CK99 #7

 

Solid Primitives with CAEG  Tail Pipe & Cozy

Angle Support

27

28

 

10/25 or 10/26

Lab #5

Report Req’d

 

Eng. Lab -  DC Motors    

Lab Write-up, TWTW – pp. 256-281

 

 

10/26 or 10/25

31

32

HO*

(Worth 2 Dwgs)

 

Mini-project using sectioning concepts

GCE – Chap. 4

29

30

Key to abbreviations: GCE –Graphics Communication for Engineers, TWTW – The Way Things Work,

CK99 – The Cadkey 99 Project Book, MSP – Multi-view sketch paper, ISP – Isometric sketch Paper,

*  – Handout will be provided in class


 

Date

 

Dwg #

Assigned

Problem

Book #

Grade

Topics and Required Reading

Dwg #

Date Due

10/30

 

33

34

DIM-1

DIM-2

 

Introduction to dimensioning

Lab # 5

31,32,33

10/31

35

36

CADKEY #5

DIM-7

 

Dimensioning with CAEG

 

34

35

11/1or 11/2

Lab #6

Report Req’d

 

Eng. Lab # 7 – Analog Electronics   

 Lab Write-up, TWTW – pp. 266-273, 284-285

 

11/2 or 11/1

37

38

G-25A

G-26

 

 Functional dimensioning w/ finished surfaces

                                             Quiz – GCE Chap. 4

36

37

11/6

39

40

TOL-1N

       TOL-1B

 

Introduction to fits and tolerances

Review GCE – pp. 118-121

Lab #6

38,39

11/7

 

41

TOL-3B

CK99 #8

 

Fits and tolerances

Creating solids from 2-D profiles

 

11/8 or 11/9

Lab #7

Report Req’d

 

Eng. Lab – Digital electronics

Lab Write-up, TWTW – pp. 310-371

 

11/9 or 11/8

42

43

FD-1B

FD-3B

 

Fastening and Joining                        GCE – Chap 17

Welding Handout*

40,41,

42

11/10

 

 

 

Veterans Day – Holiday

 

11/13

 

44

45

T86-89

 

Functional dimensioning – detail dwgs w/ assembly

                                        QUIZ GCE – Chap. 17

Lab #7

43

11/14

46

47

B33 SET

CK99 #9

 

Reading a working drawing set     GCE – Chap. 5        

Solid modeling w/ CADKEY

44,45

46

11/15 or 11/16

Lab #8

Report Req’d

 

Eng. Lab – Measurements    

Lab Write-up, TWTW – pp. 24, 25, 64, 372

 

11/16 or 11/15

48

49

50

HO*

 (Worth 3 Dwgs)

 

Comprehensive problem including sectioning, dimensioning, tolerances and fastening (30 points)                             

                                               

47

11/20

 

 

 

Second Midterm Exam - Sections  & Dimensions, Fastening -  100 minutes  (Dwgs 21- 47)

 

11/21

51

52

AD-1B

CK99 #11

 

Geometric Dimensioning and tolerancing

More solid modeling with CADKEY     

Lab #8

48,49,50

11/22

53

54

RD-3

CK99 #12

 

Reading a drawing set, Working Drwgs   

Solids from 2-D geometry

51,52

11/23

 

 

 

*** Thanksgiving Day Holiday – No Class ***

 

11/27

55

56

    CK99  #14

 

Detail Drawings from solid models

2 Person Design Proj. – Intro & BrStorm  

53,54

 

11/28

57

58

CK99 #15

(modified)

 

Design Project Sketches and Build

55,56

11/29

 

 

Design Project

Score

 

LAB PRACTICAL EXAM (30 minutes)

Design project competition                                               

 

 

11/30

 

 

 

Review & Wrap-up

57,58

12/4

 

 

 

Comprehensive Final Examination

7:30 Section - 7:30-9:18 AM

 

12/5

 

 

 

9:30 Section -  7:30 – 9:18 AM

1:30 Section – 11:30-1:18 PM

3:30 Section - 3:30-5:18 PM

 

Key to abbreviations: GCE –Graphics Communication for Engineers, TWTW – The Way Things Work,

CK99 – The Cadkey 99 Project Book, MSP – Multi-view sketch paper, ISP – Isometric sketch Paper,

*  – Handout will be provided in class