Engineering Design Graphics provides a clear, concise treatment of the essential topics addressed in a modern engineering design graphics course. Projection theory provides the instructional framework, and freehand sketching the means for learning the important graphical concepts at the core of this work. The text includes several hundred sketching problems, all serving to develop the studentas ability to use sketching for ideation and communication, as well as a means to develop critical spatial visualization skills. A chapter on computer-aided product design software, with an emphasis on parametric solid modeling, is also included.
|Title||:||Engineering Design Graphics|
|Author||:||James Leake, Jacob Borgerson|
|Publisher||:||Wiley - 2008-08-25|