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Engineering Graphics deals with drawing of 2D and 3D projection of points, lines, objects, surfaces, and solid sections. Drawing forms a major part of communication of Engineering Principles. The student will learn about the Isometric Projections, Intersection of Surfaces, and Engineering Curves in full detail.

**What will you learn?**

The complete online syllabus of this course comprises **8** Learning Modules | **197** Topics of Learning | **8.27** Hours of Learning | **42 **Assessments

**Module**

- Introduction to Engineering Graphics
- Conic Sections and Engineering Curves
- Projection overview and projection of points and straight lines
- Projection of planes and auxiliary planes
- Projection of Solids and its sections
- Development and intersection of surfaces
- Isometric Projection
- Oblique and Perspective Projection

**Topics of Learning**

- Introduction to Engineering Graphics
- Various Drafting Instruments and its Uses
- BIS Conventions and Specifications
- Size and Layout of Drawing Sheet
- Conventions for Lettering and Symbols
- Dimensioning Methodology
- Various Types of Lines
- Introduction Scales, its Sizes and Types
- Construction of Plain Scale
- Construction of Diagonal Scale
- Geometrical Constructions
- Introduction to Conic Sections
- Construction of Ellipse : General Method
- Construction of Ellipse : Arc of Circle Method
- Construction of Ellipse : Concentric Circle Method
- Construction of Ellipse : Oblong Method
- Construction of Parabola : General Method
- Construction of Parabola : Oblong Method
- Construction of Parabola : Tangent Method
- Construction of Hyperbola : General Method
- Construction of Hyperbola : Oblong Method
- Introduction to Cycloidal Curves
- Involutes
- Projection and its type
- Projection Planes and Quadrants
- Conventions for Projection
- Difference Between 1st Angle and 3rd Angle Projection
- Orthographic Views
- Projection of points in Different Quadrants
- Introduction to Projection of Lines
- Projection of Lines: Parallel to one or both planes
- Projection of Lines: Contained by one or both planes
- Projection of Lines: Perpendicular to one of the planes
- Projection of Line: Inclined to both the planes when inclination with both the planes is given
- Projection of line: Inclined to both the planes when inclination with both the planes given
- Projection of line: Inclined to both the planes when Length of Front View or Top view is given
- Traces of lines
- Methods for determining traces of a line
- Introduction to Auxillary Planes and its types
- Projection of Point on an Auxillary Vertical Plane
- Projection of Point on an Auxillary Inclined Plane
- Projection of Point on an Auxillary Plane perpendicular to both principal planes.
- Projection of lines on an Auxillary Plane.
- To determine true length and inclination of Line
- To determine true shape of a Plane
- Introduction to Projection Of Planes and its type
- Projection of Planes parallel to one and perpendicular to other principal plane
- Projection of Planes inclined to one and perpendicular to other principal plane
- Projection of Oblique Planes
- Traces of Planes
- Introduction to Projection Of Solids and its types
- Projection of Solids: When axis perpendicular to H.P.
- Projection of Solids: When axis perpendicular to V.P.
- Projection of Solids: When axis parallel to both H.P. and V.P.
- Projection of Solids: When axes Inclined to One Plane and Parallel to other Plane
- Projection of Solids: When axes Inclined to both the Planes
- Introduction to Sections Of Solids
- Section of Cube: Section plane parallel to V.P.
- Section of Cube: Section plane parallel to H.P.
- Section of Cube: Section plane perpendicular to H.P. and inclined to V.P.
- Section of Cube: Section Plane perpendicular to V.P. and inclined to H.P.
- Section of Prisms: Section plane parallel to V.P.
- Section of Prisms: Section plane parallel to H.P.
- Section of Prisms: Section plane perpendicular to H.P. and inclined to V.P.
- Section of Prisms: Section Plane perpendicular to V.P. and inclined to H.P.
- Section of Pyramids: Section plane parallel to V.P.
- Section of Pyramids: Section plane parallel to H.P.
- Section of Pyramids: Section plane perpendicular to H.P. and inclined to V.P.
- Section of Pyramids: Section Plane perpendicular to V.P. and inclined to H.P.
- Section of Cylinders: Section plane parallel to V.P.
- Section of Cylinders: Section plane parallel to H.P.
- Section of Cylinders: Section plane perpendicular to H.P. and inclined to V.P.
- Section of Cylinders: Section Plane perpendicular to V.P. and inclined to H.P.
- Section of Cones: Section plane parallel to V.P.
- Section of Cones: Section plane parallel to H.P.
- Section of Cones: Section plane perpendicular to H.P. and inclined to V.P.
- Section of Cones: Section Plane perpendicular to V.P. and inclined to H.P.
- Introduction to Surface Development and its Methods
- Development of lateral Surfaces: Cube
- Development of lateral Surfaces: Prisms
- Development of lateral Surfaces: Cylinders
- Development of lateral Surfaces: Pyramids
- Development of lateral Surfaces: Cone
- Development of lateral Surfaces: Cone
- Theory of Intersections and line of intersection
- Different methods are used to determine the line of intersection
- Intersections of two Prism
- The intersection of two Cylinders
- The intersection of Cone and Cylinder
- The intersection of Cone and Cone
- The intersection of Sphere and Sphere
- Introduction Isometric Projection
- Isometric axes, lines, and planes
- Isometric Scale
- Isometric drawing of planes by Method of Points
- Isometric drawing of planes by Four-centre method
- Isometric drawing of Pyramid by Offset method
- Isometric drawing of Cylinder
- Isometric drawing of Cone
- Typical problems
- Oblique projection and its types
- Method of Drawing
- Typical problems
- Perspective projection Principle
- Method of drawing by Visual Ray method
- Method of drawing by Vanishing Point method
- Line of Heights