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Engineering Drawing + Sketchbook, 8th Edition

by: Albert Boundy

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Publisher: MCGRAW-HILL,15.11.11

Category: ENGINEERING Level:

ISBN: 0071016767
ISBN13: 9780071016766

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Engineering Drawing remains the leading Australian text for students studying engineering drawing and graphics. The 8th edition is in line with the MEM05 Metal and Engineering Training Package, competency-based training courses and current Australian Standards. Building on Boundy?s meticulous and trusted approach to his subject, there is a CAD corner feature, question banks, problems and reference tables. Presented in a step-by-step format, Engineering Drawing, 8th Edition offers maximum accessibility and convenience.

The new edition of Engineering Drawing provides thorough coverage of mechanical engineering drawing and expanded coverage of electrical, structural, hydraulics and pneumatics drawing. In addition, the free sketchbook provides a complete course in sketching orthogonal and pictorial views freehand. This edition is an indispensable resource for students and a useful reference for professionals.

New to this Edition

  Expanded coverage of electrical, structural, hydraulics, pneumatics

  Extended coverage of CAD drawing

  Increased number of problems and activities

  Expanded coverage of 3D Solids drawing

Key Features

  Wholly Australian content, written using Australian terminology, examples and problems

  A wealth of diagrams and illustrations

  Easy-to-follow, step-by-step instructions to aid understanding

  Free sketchbook enables students to practise sketching on the spot

  Key learning tools such as real-life examples, learning objectives and end-of-chapter problems reinforce the theory

Table of Contents

  Introductory and standards information

  Dimensioning drawings: symbols, methods, common features and screw threads

  Drawing representation: sectioning, welding and surface texture

  Fits and tolerances: linear and geometry

  Geometrical constructions

  Orthogonal projection

  Descriptive geometry: auxiliary views

  Pictorial drawing: isometric and oblique parallel projection

  Working drawings: detail and assembly drawing

  Drawing analysis

  Intersections and development of surfaces

Appendix 1: Structural steel sections
Appendix 2: Reinforced concrete