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Department of Mechanical Capital University of Science and

Engineering Technology, Islamabad

Engineering Drawing & Graphics Lab (ME 1022)

Course Designation: Core


Credits: 02
No. of Sessions per week: 02
Session Duration: 2 Hours and 50 min
Semester: Spring 2019

Course Instructor

Engr. Shermeen Hamid


Engineers Room, 1st Floor, E-Block,
Phone: 334
E-mail: shermeen.hamid@cust.edu.pk

Office Hours
02:00 pm to 05.00 pm (Monday & Tuesday)
08:00 am to 12.00 pm (Wednesday & Friday)

Class Timings
Section S-2: Thursday: 11:00 to 13:50 Hrs
Friday: 14:00 to 16:50 Hrs

Engr. Muhammad Naseem Ishaq


Engineers Room, 1st Floor, E-Block,
Phone: 334
E-mail: muhammad.naseem@cust.edu.pk

Class Timings

Section S-1: Monday: 11:00 to 13:50 Hrs


Wednesday: 14:00 to 16:50 Hrs
Section S-3: Monday: 14:00 to 16:50 Hrs
Tuesday: 14:00 to 16:50 Hrs

Catalog Data

Introduction, Use of Pencil and Drawing Instruments, Types of Lines, Lettering, Dimensioning, Sheet
Layout, Planning of Drawing Sheet, Orthographic Projections, 1st Angle of Projection, 3rd Angle of
Projections, Isometric Drawing, Computer Aided Drawing (CAD), Modifying Commands,
Department of Mechanical Capital University of Science and
Engineering Technology, Islamabad

Sketching, Sectional Drawing, Assembly Drawing, 3D Modeling, Geometric Construction,


Engineering Curves, Engine Details

Co-Requisite

Engineering Drawing and Graphics (ME 1011)

Textbook

1. AutoCAD 2018: A Problem-Solving Approach by Sham Tickoo


2. Engineering Drawing (50th Edition) by N. D. Bhatt, Engineering Drawing by AC Parkinson.

References

1. Engineering Graphics with AUTOCAD by James D. Bethune


2. Technical Graphics Communication by Bertoline Wiebe, Miller. Mohler, Irwin McGraw-Hill
1997
3. Machine Drawing (3rd Edition) - K. L. Naryana

Course Learning Outcomes


This course is a part of engineering foundation. It is targeted to help student visualize the basics of
engineering design. It is intended for improving students approach towards conceptual design. The
successful completion of this course would help students in achieving the following objectives:

1. Selects appropriate Engineering Drawing tools and use the drawing principles for adequate
representation of mechanical components. (Level: C3, PLO-10).
2. Draw 2-D Drawings/Sketches using AutoCAD drawing and editing tools. (Level: C3, PLO-5)
3. Produce basic engineering construction drawings, drawings of mechanical parts and engine details.
(Level: C3, PLO-10)
4. Prepare a CAD drawing/project related to mechanical Engineering applications. (Level: C3, PLO-5)

Course Outline

Part – I: (Manual)

1. Sheet Layout and Free-hand Sketching (01 Session)


2. Lines, Lettering and Scaling (01 Session)
3. Geometric Construction (01 Session)
4. Engineering Curves (02 Session)
5. Sheet Planning (01 Session)
6. Orthographic Projections (1st Angle) (01 Session)
7. Orthographic Projection (3rd Angle) (02 Session)
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Engineering Technology, Islamabad

8. Dimensioning (02 Session)


9. Sectioning of Engine Details (02 Sessions)

Part – II: (CAD)

1. Getting Started with AutoCAD (01 Session)


2. Advanced Sketching and Editing (01 Sessions)
3. Creating Text and Blocks (01 Session)
4. Technical Drawing with AutoCAD (02 Session)
5. Isometric Drawings (01 Sessions)
6. Section Views and Hatching (01 Session)
7. Viewports, Layouts and Plots (01 Session)
8. Dimensioning and Tolerances in AutoCAD (01 Session)
9. The User Coordinate System (01 Session)
10. 3D wireframe Modeling (01 Session)
11. 3D Solid Modeling (02 Sessions)
12. 3D Surface Modeling (01 Session)

Evaluation Methods

1. Lab Activities & Assignments 30%


2. Semester Project 10%
3. Midterm Exam 20%
4. Final Exams 40%

Student Learning Outcomes


Students will learn some basics to intermediate level knowledge of Engineering drawing and tools
used in engineering drawing. They will be able to visualize the engineering design using AutoCAD.
Department of Mechanical Capital University of Science and
Engineering Technology, Islamabad

CLOs and PLOs Mapping:

CLO:1 CLO:2 CLO:3 CLO:4


CLOs

PLOs
PLO-1
(Engineering Knowledge)
PLO-2
(Problem Analysis)
PLO-3
(Design and Development of
Solution)
PLO-4
(Investigation)
PLO-5
(Modern Tool Usage)
√ √
PLO-6
(The Engineer and Society)
PLO-7
(Environment and Sustainability))
PLO-8
(Ethics)
PLO-9
(Individual and Team Work)
PLO-10
(Communication)
√ √
PLO-11
(Project Management)
PLO-12
(Life Long Learning)