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Engineering drawing syllabus – ISSC

1.0 INTRODUCTION (4
PERIODS )

1.1 Evolution of drawing, system and standardization

1.2 Definition and importance of Engineering Drawing

a. Comparison of Engineering Drawing, illustration and fine-arts

1.3 Types of Engineering Drawing

a. Geometrical Drawing
i. Plane Geometry
ii. Solid Geometry

b. Related Drawings
i. Mechanical Drawing
ii. Building Drawing
iii. Piping Drawing
iv. Electrical Drawing
v. Electronic Drawing

1.4 Equipment and materials

a. Use, maintenance and safety of drawing equipment and materials

1.5 Setting up of drawing paper

a. Placing of paper on drawing board

b. Preparation of border lines and title block

c. Planning of drawing layout

1.6 Career

2.0 SKETCHING
( 6 PERIODS )

2.1 Principle of Sketching

2.2 Sketching Techniques

a. Straight lines
b. Circles, arcs and curves
c. Shapes

2.3 Techniques in Determine Proportion

2.4 Types of Sketches

a. Orthographic Projection
b. Isometric
c. Oblique
d. Perspective

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3.0 LINES AND LETTERING ( 4 PERIODS )

3.1 Alphabet of lines

a. Object line
b. Hidden line
c. Centre line
d. Border line
e. Construction line
f. Guide line
g. Dimensional line
h. Sectioning line
i. Extension line
j. Cutting plane
k. Projection line
l. Phantom line

3.2 Characteristics of Alphabet of Lines

a. Shape
b. Line darkness
c. Application

3.3 Types of lines

a. Vertical lines
b. Horizontal lines
c. Inclined lines
d. Parallel lines
e. Perpendicular lines

3.4 Types of Lettering

3.5 Techniques of Lettering

3.6 Tracing and Inking

a. Instrument and Materials


i. Tracing paper
ii. Technical pen
b. Tracing and inking methods

4.0 GEOMETRY ( 40
PERIODS )

4.1 Graphic elements


a. Concept of point
b. Concept of line
b. Concept of plane

4.2 Lines

a. Construction of lines
b. Division of lines

4.3 Angles

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a. Types of angles
b. Construction of angles
c. Division of angles
4.4 Triangles

a. Types and characteristics of triangles


b. Construction of triangles

4.5 Quadrilaterals

a. Types and characteristics of quadrilateral


b. Construction of quadrilaterals

4.6 Polygons

a. Types and characteristics of polygons


b. Construction of regular polygons

4.7 Scale

a. Types of scale
b. Ways of stating scale
c. Application of scale ruler

4.8 Reduction and Enlargement

4.9 Figure of Equal Area

a. Concept of Area according to stage of transformation

4.10 Circles

a. Terms and characteristics of circles


b. Construction of circles and arcs

4.11 Ellipse And Parabola

a. Characteristics of ellipse and parabola


b. Construction of ellipse
c. Construction of parabola

4.12 Tangents

a. Concepts and characteristics of tangent


b. Construction of line tangential to a circle
c. Construction of circle tangential to a line
d. Construction of circle tangential to a circle

5.0 COMPUTER AIDED DRAFTING (CAD) 1 ( 12 PERIODS )

5.1 Introduction to CAD

a. Facilities of CAD System


b. Advantage and Disadvantage of CAD
c. CAD Software

5.2 AutoCAD Software Commands Management

5.3 AutoCAD application in producing simple plane diagram

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6.0 ORTHOGRAPHIC PROJECTION ( 28 PERIODS )

6.1 Concepts and Symbols of First and Third Angle Projections

6.2 Principle of Quadrants in the First and Third Angle Projections

6.3 Construction of Third Angle Orthographic Projection

6.4 Dimensioning of Orthographic Projections

a. Concept and Usage of Dimensioning


b. Components of Dimensioning
c. Types of Dimensioning
d. Techniques of Dimensioning

6.5 Application of Orthographic Projection in engineering field

7.0 ADDITIONAL VIEWS ( 16 PERIODS )

7.1 Concepts of Additional Views

7.2 Types of Additional Views

a. Auxiliary view
b. Revolved view

7.3 Construction of Auxiliary Views

7.4 Application of Auxiliary Views in Engineering Field

8.0 ISOMETRIC DRAWING ( 18 PERIODS )

8.1 Concepts of Isometric Drawing

a. Isometric Axis
b. Characteristics of Isometric Drawing

8.2 Construction of Isometric Drawing on Normal Axis

a. Box Method
b. Frame Method

8.3 Dimensioning of Isometric Drawing

8.4 Application of Isometric Drawing in engineering.

9.0 OBLIQUE DRAWING ( 8 PERIODS )

9.1 Concepts of Oblique Drawing

a. Oblique Axis
b. Circles, arcs and curves in Oblique Drawing
c. Characteristic of Oblique Drawing

9.2 Types of Oblique Drawing

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9.3 Selection of orientation of Oblique Drawing

9.4 Constructions of Oblique Drawing


a. Box Method
b. Frame Method

9.5 Dimensioning of Oblique Drawing

9.6 Application of Oblique Drawing in engineering.

10.0 PERSPECTIVE DRAWING ( 16 PERIODS )

10.1 Concept of Perspective Drawing

10.2 Types of Perspective Drawing

a. One-point Perspective
b. Two-point Perspective
c. Three-point Perspective

10.3 Elements of Perspective Drawing

10.4 Construction of Perspective Drawing

a. One-point Perspective
b. Two-point Perspective

10.5 Application of Perspective Drawing in engineering.

11.0 COMPUTER AIDED DRAFTING (CAD) II ( 24 PERIODS )

11.1 Application of Various Commands to construct Block Drawing

a. Orthographic Projection Drawing in Computer Aided Drafting (CAD)

b. Isometric Drawing

11.2 Text and Dimensioning

11.3 Printing the Computer Aided Drafting Drawing

12.0 INTERSECTION DRAWING ( 20 PERIODS )

12.1 Concepts of Intersections

a. Between two lines


b. Between line and plane
c. Between two planes

12.2 Methods of Determining Lines and Curves of Intersection

a. Edge-view Method
b. Cutting-plane Method

12.3 Application of Intersection Drawing

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a. Intersection between two solid objects at right angle and other angles (non-offset)
i. Solid prism
ii. Solid cylinder
iii. Solid pyramid
iv. Solid cone

13.0 DEVELOPMENTS ( 20 PERIODS )

13.1 Concepts of Developments

a. True length
b. True angle
c. True shape

13.2 Classification of Solid Objects and Types of Developments

a. Prism and cylinder


i. Parallel – line Method
b. Pyramid and cone
i. Radial – line Method
c. Transition parts
i. Triangulation method

13.3 Application of Developments of Regular Solids

a. Parallel – line Method


b. Radial – line Method

14.0 SECTIONAL VIEW ( 16 PERIODS )

14.1 Concepts of Sectional View

a. Cutting plane
b. Cutting plane line
c. Sectioned area
d. Sectional line

14.2 Types of Sectional View

a. Full Section
b. Offset Section
c. Half Section
d. Broken-out Section
e. Removed Section
f. Revolved Section
g. Aligned Section

14.3 Application of Sectional View

a. Full Section
b. Offset Section
c. Aligned Section

15.0 MECHANICAL DRAWING ( 16 PERIODS )

15.1 Introduction

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a. Types of Mechanical Drawing


b. Normal practice and conventions

15.2 Application of Mechanical Drawing for Single Symmetrical Machine Component

a. Orthographic Projection Drawing


b. Sectional Views

16.0 BUILDING DRAWING ( 14 PERIODS )

16.1 Introduction

a. Types of Building Drawing


b. Standard architectural symbols

16.2Application of Building Drawings of Single and Double-Storey Residential Building

c. Scale in Building Drawing (1:50, 1:100)


d. Elevation/View Drawing
e. Floor plan
f. Roof plan

17.0 PIPING DRAWING ( 6 PERIODS )

17.1 Introduction to Piping Drawing

a. Types of Piping Drawing


b. Standard Piping Symbols

17.2 Application of Piping Drawing for a Single-Storey Residential Building

a. Orthographic Piping Drawing

18.0 ELECTRICAL DRAWING ( 6 PERIODS )

18.1 Introduction to Electrical Drawing

a. Types of Electrical Drawing


b. Standard Electrical symbols

18.2 Application of Electrical Drawing

a. Drawing of Domestic Layout Plan

19.0 ELECTRONIC DRAWING ( 6 PERIODS )

19.1 Introduction to Electronic Drawing

a. Types of Electronic Drawing

b. Standard symbol of Electronic Components


- Functions
- Polarities

19.2 Application of Electronic Drawing

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a. Simple Schematic Circuit

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