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ENR 106 COURSE SYLLABUS


ROCKLAND COMMUNITY COLLEGE


Course Information

Course #: ENR 106:

Course Title : Introduction to Engineering Graphics

Days/Times Class Meets : TBA

Contact Information


Prof. SAFAIE

Office: 8203

Office Hours: TBA

E-mail: ssafaie@sunyrockland.edu

Phone: 845-574-4534

Course Description


The Introduction to Engineering Graphics (ENR 106) is designed to familiarize engineering students with graphics terminology, graphics models, design process and the basic functionality of Pro-ENGINEER software to create part models, drawings, and assemblies in a PROJECT ORIENTED ENVIRONMENT. In addition, the course will enable the engineering students to gain familiarity with techniques and standard practices of engineering graphics, so that design ideas can be adequately communicated and produced.

Course Objectives/Student Learning Outcomes


As a result of successfully completing this course, the student will understand and be able to demonstrate the ability to:

  1. Describe the use of graphics as an effective means of design communication.

  2. Describe the use of graphics as an effective means of design communication.

  3. Describe the importance of engineering geometry in the engineering design process and application to CAD.

  4. Define the essential terminology used in 3-D modeling.

  5. Identify and apply orthographic and multi-view projection by using the 3-D CAD models.

  6. Explain auxiliary view projection and the use of the 3-D CAD in creating auxiliary view.

  7. Explain the difference between an isometric projection and an isometric sketch.

  8. Apply the concept of cutting plans to create section views and sectioned 3-D CAD models.

  9. Apply the standard dimensioning practices for engineering drawings.

  10. Describe how CAD is used to create, store, and retrieve working drawings.

  11. Explain the role 3-D modeling plays in the engineering design process.

  12. Identify and apply geometric dimensioning and tolerance symbols on engineering drawings.

Required Text


1. Fundamentals of Graphics Communication, Fifth Edition, Gary R. Bertoline and Eric N. Wiebe, Mc Graw Hill Higher Education.


  1. Pro/Engineer Wildfire 4.0 Instructor, David S. Kelley, Mc Graw Hill Higher Education.



SUPPLEMENTARY READINGS:

  1. Pro-Engineer Tutorial Wildfire 4.0, Tutorial and MultiMedia CD, Roger Toogood, SDC publication.


Attendance Policy


Students will be exposed to the required material by attending the regularly scheduled class, and by listening to the lecture and using CAD. Students are responsible for topics that are covered in class. Organized, accurate note-taking of lectures, readings and doing the assignments and projects on time is essential to learning and comprehending the course material.

Please note, attendance for lecture is required. Unexcused absences will not be allowed. Only one absences, regardless of the reason, will be permitted. Any absence beyond the first one will incur a two point final grade penalty for each absence. Absences four and greater will result in failing the course.

You will be considered absent if you arrive more than 15 minutes late for any one class period.

Section 224-a, Paragraph 6a of the New York State Education Law regarding absences from class due to religious observance states that “…each student who is absent from school, because of his/her religious beliefs, must be given an equivalent opportunity to make up any examination, study or work requirements which he or she may have missed because of such an absence in any particular day or days. No fees of any kind shall be charged by the institution for making available to the said student such equivalent opportunity.”

Inclement weather: You may call (845) 574-4034 for closing or delay information.

Disability Services


SUNY RCC is committed to providing qualified individuals with disabilities full access to all programs, services and facilities as mandated by Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and the American with Disabilities ACT (ADA) of 1990. The college makes reasonable accommodations for persons with documented disabilities. Students should notify the Office of Disability Services located at the Tech Center, Room 8150 and their representatives of any special needs.

Cell Phone Policy


Cell phones are great tools however they have limited if any use within the classroom. Use of these electronic devices at inappropriate times is both disruptive and rude. Cell phones are not permitted in class. Students seen using cell phones will be reminded of this policy. Continued cell phone use will result in a 1 point exam penalty per offence and/or my holding of cell phones until the end of class.

Grading Policy


The final grade for the course will be determined by:

A. Classroom projects / drawing 20%

(all class projects must be completed in the classroom)

B. Homework: Questions for Review of chapters 1 - 12 20%

(Questions for Review are located at the end of each chapter)

C. Mid term project 30%

(real object design will be assigned with complete instructions)

D. Final project 30%

(real object design will be assigned with complete instructions)

  • Make up will not be given.

  • Points will be deducted for homework and lab reports handed in late.


Grade Scale: Letter Grade Average


A 93-100

A- 89-93

B+ 85-89

B 83-85

B- 79-83

C+ 75-79

C 73-75

C- 69-73

D 65-69

F < 65


Academic Dishonesty


Academic dishonesty is a serious offense and will not be tolerated. DO NOT DO IT. Below is the policy for academic dishonesty as per the SUNY Rockland student handbook:

1. Academic Dishonesty includes, but is not limited to the following:
a. Cheating on examinations.
b. Plagiarism, i.e.: the use of words or ideas of others, whether borrowed, purchased or otherwise obtained, without crediting the source.
c. Submitting work previously presented in another course.
d. Willingly collaborating with others in any of the above actions which result(s) in work being submitted which is not the student’s own.
e. Stealing examinations, falsifying academic records and other such offenses.

2. If the instructor deems that a student is guilty of cheating or plagiarism, the instructor may initiate disciplinary action through the Dean of Students, and/ or may:
a. Require that the student repeat the assignment or the examination.
b. Give the student a failing grade for the assignment or examination.
c. Give the student a failing grade in the course and deny the student continued access to the class.
d. The instructor should advise the Dean of Students, in writing, of any of these actions.

3. If the student wishes to appeal the above decision, he/ she may request in writing a hearing before a Hearing Committee.

Schedule and Topics


CHAPTER 1: INTRODUCTION TO GRAPHICS COMMUNICATION AND SKETCHING

Chapter 1 is an introduction to the graphic language and tools of the engineer and technologist. In addition, this chapter introduces you to sketching and the use of sketching for lettering. These techniques are expanded on in later chapters.

Lesson 1: Introduction to Parametric Design (Pro-Engineer Tutorial Wildfire 4.0).

This chapter covers the basic principles behind parametric modeling, parametric design, and constraint-based modeling. Discussed is how Pro/ENGINEER can be used to capture design intent and how it can be an integral within a concurrent engineering environment.


CHAPTER 2: SKETCHING AND TEXT

This chapter introduces you to sketching techniques. Later chapters show you how to take your sketched design ideas and formalize them in models or drawings that can be used in analysis and manufacturing.


Lesson 2: Pro/ENGINEER’s User Interface (
Pro-Engineer Tutorial Wildfire 4.0).

This chapter covers basic principles behind Pro/ENGINEER’s interface and menu structure. The purpose is to serve as a guide and reference for later modeling activities. A tutorial is provided to reinforce the chapter’s objectives.


CHAPTER 3: ENGINEERING GEOMETRY

This chapter introduces you to the current 3-D CAD programs that use simple geometric forms to create more complex ones, through such processes as extrusion, sweeping, and solid modeling operations (CAD).


Lesson 3: Creating a Sketch (Pro-Engineer Tutorial Wildfire 4.0).

Parametric modeling packages such as Pro/ENGINEER rely on a sketching environment to create most features. This chapter covers the fundamentals behind sketching in Pro/ENGINEER’s sketcher mode. Two tutorials are provided along with practice problems.


CHAPTER 4: 3-D SOLID MODELING

The chapter outlines the most common approaches for generating 3-D computer models and how these models are viewed and modified on the computer.


Lesson 4: Extruding, Modifying, and Redefining Features (Pro-Engineer Tutorial Wildfire 4.0).

Chapter 4 is the first chapter covering Pro/ENGINEER’s solid modeling capabilities. Pro/ENGINEER’s protrusion and cut commands are introduced and the extrude option is covered in detail. In addition, modification and datum plane options are introduced. Two tutorials are provided.


CHAPTER 5: MULTIVIEWS AND VISUALIZATION

Chapter 5 introduces the theory, techniques, and standards of multi-views, which are a standard method for representing engineering designs. Also described are standard practices for representing edges, curves, holes, tangencies, and fillets and rounds


Lesson 5: Feature Construction Tools (Pro-Engineer Tutorial Wildfire 4.0).

While the protrusion and cut commands are Pro/ENGINEER’s basic tools for creating features, this chapter covers additional feature creation tools. Covered in detail are the hole, round, rib, and chamfer commands; creating draft surfaces; shelling a part; cosmetic features; and creating linear patterns. Two tutorials are provided.


CHAPTER 6: AUXILIARY VIEWS

There are times when one of the six principal views will not completely describe an object. This is especially true when there are inclined or oblique planes or features on an object. For these cases, a special orthographic view called an auxiliary view can be created.


Lesson 6: Revolved Features (
Pro-Engineer Tutorial Wildfire 4.0).

Many Pro/ENGINEER features are created by revolving around a center axis. Examples include the revolve option found under the protrusion and cut commands, the sketched hole option, the shaft command, the flange command, and the neck command. These options, along with creating rotational patterns and datum axes, are covered in this chapter. Two tutorials are provided.


CHAPTER 7: PICTORIAL PROJECTIONS

This chapter goes into the details necessary for creating perspective sketches. A perspective drawing creates a pictorial view of an object that resembles what you see. It is the best method for representing an object in three dimensions.


Lesson 7: Feature Manipulation Tools (Pro-Engineer Tutorial Wildfire 4.0).

Pro/ENGINEER provides tools for manipulating existing features. Manipulation tools covered include the group option, copying features, user-defined features, creating relations, family tables, and cross sections. In addition, using the model tree to manipulate features is covered.


CHAPTER 8: SECTION VIEWS

In this chapter you will learn about the technique called section views which is used to improve the visualization of new designs, clarify multi-view drawings and facilitate the dimensioning of drawings. Section views use a technique that is based on passing an imaginary cutting plane through a part to reveal interior features.


Lesson 8: Creating a Pro/ENGINEER Drawing (Pro-Engineer Tutorial Wildfire 4.0).

Since Pro/ENGINEER is primarily a modeling and design application, the creation of engineering drawings is considered a downstream task. Despite this, there is a need to cover the capabilities of Pro/ENGINEER’s drawing mode. This chapter covers the creation of general and projection views. Other topics covered include sheet formatting, annotating drawings, and creating draft entities. Two tutorials are provided, one of which covers the creation of geometric and dimensional tolerances.


CHAPTER 9: DIMENSIONING & TOLERANCING PRACTICES

In this chapter you will learn how to add size information to a drawing is known as dimensioning the drawing. In order that size information is communicated as clearly as possible, standard dimension practices have been established.


Lesson 9: Sections and Advanced Drawing Views (Pro-Engineer Tutorial Wildfire 4.0).

Because of the length and depth of Chapter 8, the creation of section and auxiliary views is covered in a separate chapter.


CHAPTER 10: WORKING DRAWINGS AND ASSEMBLIES

Production or working drawings are specialized engineering drawings that provide information required to make the part or assembly of the final design. Reprographics techniques and the digital techniques used with CAD are covered in this chapter.


Lesson 10: Assembly Operations (Pro-Engineer Tutorial Wildfire 4.0).

The protrusion and cut commands have options for creating extruded, revolved, swept, and blended features. Extruded and revolved features are covered in previous chapters. This chapter covers the fundamentals behind creating sweeps and blends. Three tutorials are provided.


CHAPTER 11: THE ENGINEERING DESIGN PROCESS

This chapter describes a modern approach to the engineering design process, so that you will have a better understanding of and appreciation for the role of engineering graphics in the design process.


Lesson 11: Advanced Modeling Techniques (Pro-Engineer Tutorial Wildfire 3.0).

The protrusion and cut commands have options for creating advanced features. Covered in this chapter are helical sweeps, variable section sweeps, and swept blends. Three tutorials are provided.


CHAPTER 12: GEOMETRIC DIMENSIONING AND TOLERANCING (GDT)

In this chapter you will learn how to design parts using GDT principles needed to communicate those principles. You will learn how to select datums, apply geometric controls, and apply a five-step process when designing parts using GDT.

Lesson 12: Assembly Modeling (Pro-Engineer Tutorial Wildfire 3.0).


This chapter covers the basics of Pro/ENGINEER’s assembly mode. Other topics covered include the creation of assembly drawings using report mode, the control of assemblies through layout mode, top-down assembly design, and mechanism design. Three tutorials are provided.


Important Dates :

http://www.sunyrockland.edu/academics/academic-affairs/academic-calendar

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