A Textbook of Engineering Drawing (In First Angle Projection)

About the book Written for all students of engineering, “A Textbook of Engineering Drawing” provides knowledge in a lucid (sectional) format for easier comprehension of new (1st year) students. Filled with figures and in-text problems, the text successfully helps the student not only comprehend but practice and retain the understanding of otherwise difficult concepts. A book which has seen, foreseen and incorporated changes in the subject for more than 20 years, it continues to be one of the most sought after texts by the students. Key Features: 1. The text is divided in 4 parts and 28 chapters – each for a critical concept of the subject. Apart from that, 13 book-end Model Test Papers assess the overall understanding of the subject. 2. Numerous notes (highlighted) are strategically placed throughout the text to supplement the concepts explained 3. Close to 2300 figures, solved problems, tables, cases and chapter-end questions add rigour to a lucidly written text. TOC Section-I 1. Introduction and Drawing Instruments 2. Layout of Drawing Sheet 3. Conventions 4. Lettering 5. Dimensioning 6. Scales 7. Geometrical Constructions Section-II 1. Loci of Points 2. Conic Sections 3. Plane and Space Curves Section-III 1. Theory of Projection and Orthographic Projection 2. Orthographic Reading or Interpretation of Views 3. Identification of Surfaces 4. Missing Lines and Views 5. Sectional Views 6. Isometric Projections 7. Auxiliary Views 8. Freehand Sketching Section-IV 1. Projection of Points 2. Projections and Traces of Straight Lines 3. Projections of Planes 4. Projections of Solids 5. Sections of Solids 6. Intersection of Surfaces 7. Development of Surfaces 8. Perspective Projections 9. Building Drawing 10. Computer Aided Drafting 13 Model Test Papers

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Dr. RK Dahwan, M.I.E., M.I.S.T.E. He is Principal Ramgarhia Institute of Engineering & Technology Satnampura, Phagwara (Punjab Technical University, Jalandhar)

About the book Written for all students of engineering, “A Textbook of Engineering Drawing” provides knowledge in a lucid (sectional) format for easier comprehension of new (1st year) students. Filled with figures and in-text problems, the text successfully helps the student not only comprehend but practice and retain the understanding of otherwise difficult concepts. A book which has seen, foreseen and incorporated changes in the subject for more than 20 years, it continues to be one of the most sought after texts by the students. Key Features: 1. The text is divided in 4 parts and 28 chapters – each for a critical concept of the subject. Apart from that, 13 book-end Model Test Papers assess the overall understanding of the subject. 2. Numerous notes (highlighted) are strategically placed throughout the text to supplement the concepts explained 3. Close to 2300 figures, solved problems, tables, cases and chapter-end questions add rigour to a lucidly written text. TOC Section-I 1. Introduction and Drawing Instruments 2. Layout of Drawing Sheet 3. Conventions 4. Lettering 5. Dimensioning 6. Scales 7. Geometrical Constructions Section-II 1. Loci of Points 2. Conic Sections 3. Plane and Space Curves Section-III 1. Theory of Projection and Orthographic Projection 2. Orthographic Reading or Interpretation of Views 3. Identification of Surfaces 4. Missing Lines and Views 5. Sectional Views 6. Isometric Projections 7. Auxiliary Views 8. Freehand Sketching Section-IV 1. Projection of Points 2. Projections and Traces of Straight Lines 3. Projections of Planes 4. Projections of Solids 5. Sections of Solids 6. Intersection of Surfaces 7. Development of Surfaces 8. Perspective Projections 9. Building Drawing 10. Computer Aided Drafting 13 Model Test Papers

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