May 21, 2019  
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CAD 183 - Engineer Disciplines & Pract

Credits: 3
Lecture Hours: 2
Lab Hours: 2
Practicum Hours: 0
Work Experience: 0
Course Type: Voc/Tech
Types of engineering disciplines and their application of drawings will be examined. Drawing styles, engineering units and professional standards (ANSI, ASME, etc.) will be covered.
Prerequisite: MAT 773  or any AAS MAT Course,  CAD 151  
Competencies
  1. Discuss civil engineering drawings.
    1. Discuss civil drawing and surveying units.
    2. Examine traverses.
    3. Discuss distance and elevation.
    4. Define metes and bounds.
    5. Discuss contour lines.
    6. Examine a highway plan and profile layouts.
    7. Examine a cut and fill.
    8. Create a civil drawing.
  2. Examine architectural drawing practices.
    1. Discuss architectural drawing units and dimensioning.
    2. Discuss schedules.
    3. Discuss architectural line work and lettering.
    4. Examine architectural construction systems.
    5. Examine plan and elevations views.
    6. Examine sections.
    7. Discuss plot plans.
    8. Create an architectural drawing.
  3. Examine structural drawings.
    1. Discuss structural drawing units.
    2. Examine structural steel shapes and schematic symbols.
    3. Discuss standard connections and symbols.
    4. Discuss structural steel drawings and dimensioning.
    5. Examine structural sections.
    6. Discuss bill of materials.
    7. Create a structural drawing.
  4. Discuss pipe drawings.
    1. Define pipe drawings and units.
    2. Discuss pipe flow diagrams.
    3. Discuss pipe line representation in pipe plans and elevations.
    4. Describe types of pipe and sizes.
    5. Discuss pipe connections and symbols.
    6. Discuss pipe fittings and symbols.
    7. Discuss pipe flow controls and symbols.
    8. Discuss pipe dimensioning.
    9. Exam pipe details.
    10. Examine pipe isometric drawings.
    11. Create a pipe drawing.
  5. Examine electrical drawings
    1. Discuss electrical drawing units.
    2. Examine electrical diagrams.
    3. Discuss power distribution drawings.
    4. Discuss residential/commercial drawings and symbols.
    5. Discuss electronic schematic drawings and symbols.
    6. Examine printed circuits.
    7. Discuss electrical pictorial drawings.
    8. Create a schematic.
    9. Create a block diagram.
  6. Discuss mechanical drawing practices.
    1. Examine standard mechanical units and dimensioning practices.
    2. Identify detail drawings.
    3. Discuss purchased parts.
    4. Discuss assemblies.
    5. Identify parts lists, part numbers, and balloon identifications.
    6. Identify installation drawings.
    7. Discuss schematics and diagrams.
    8. Discuss drawing notes.
    9. Discuss part family trees.
    10. Discuss exploded assembly drawings.
    11. Examine engineering change orders (ECO).
    12. Create a mechanical assembly drawing.



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