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Integrated Descriptive Geometry is intended to give students fundamental knowledge of 3D graphics by showing basic principles of projection. DraftSight will be used primarily, though some demonstrations may be done in SOLIDWORKS. 
 
*This course is eligible to be part of the DASI Solutions Apprenticeship Program, certified by the U.S Department of Labor.

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Prerequisites: None
Recommended Textbook: Pare, E.G. et al. (1997). Descriptive Geometry (9th Ed). New Jersey: Prentice Hall.

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  • 01Orthographic Projection 
    Graphic Solutions 
    Descriptive Geometry 
    Projections 
    Perspective Projection
    Multi-View Drawing 
    First-Angle Projection
    Third-Angle Projection
    Visualization
    Folding Lines
    Views of a Point and Line 
    Visibility 
    Problem Layouts 
    Scale
    Problems 
    Self-Testing Problems 
  • 02Primary and Successive Auxiliary Views 
    Views Projected from the Top, Front and Side 
    Normal View of a Plane with Edge View Given 
    Plotting a Curve by Projection
    Problems 
    Self-Testing Problems 
  • 03Lines and Planes 
    True Length
    Principle Lines
    True Length of an Oblique Line 
    Bearing, Slope and Grade 
    Points on Lines 
    Special Situation Problems 
    Computer Graphic Problems 
    Representation of Planes 
    Points and Lines in Planes 
    Locus 
    Space Analysis 
    Pictorial Intersections 
    Self-Testing Problems 
  • 04Piercing Points 
    Piercing Points - Auxiliary View Method 
    Piercing Points - Two View Method 
    Pictorial Intersection of Line and Plane 
    Special Situation Problems 
    Computer Graphic Problems 
    Self-Testing Problems 
  • 05Intersection of Planes 
    Auxiliary View Method 
    Cutting Plane Method 
    Pictorial Intersection of Planes 
    Special Situation Problems 
    Computer Graphics Problems 
    Self-Testing Problems 
  • 06Angle Between Planes 
    Dihedral Angle - Line of Intersection Given
    Dihedral Angle - Line of Intersection not Given 
    Angle Between Oblique Plane and Principle Plane 
    Special Situation Problems 
    Self-Testing Problems 
  • 07Parallelism
    Parallel Lines & Planes 
    Lines Parallel to Planes and Planes Parallel to Lines 
    Parallel Pictorial Lines and Planes 
    Construction of Parallel Pictorial Lines 
    Computer Graphic Problems 
    Self-Testing Problems 
  • 08Perpendicularity 
    Perpendicular Lines 
    Plane Perpendicular to Line 
    Line Perpendicular to Plane 
    Common Perpendicular - Point View Method 
    Common Perpendicular - Plane Method 
    Shortest Horizontal Line Connection Skews Lines 
    Shortest Line at Specified Grade 
    Connecting Two Skew Lines 
    Projection of a Line on a Plane
    Special Situation Problems 
    Computer Graphics Problems 
    Self-Testing Problems 
  • 09Angle Between Line & Oblique 
    Angle Between Line and Plane - Plane Method 
    Angle Between Line and Plane - Line Method 
    Angle Between Line and Plane - Complementary - Angle Method 
    Special Situation Problems 
    Self-Testing Problems 
  • 10Mining and Civil Engineering Problems 
    Horizontal Projection 
    Topographic Map 
    Preparation of Contour Map Using Grid Survey 
    Mining and Geology 
    Strike, Dip, Thickness, Outcrop 
    Cut and Fill or Dump Lines 
    Problems and Special Situation Problems 
    Computer Graphics Problems 
    Self-Testing Problems