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    Queen's University - Faculty of Engineering and Ap
   
 
  Sep 26, 2017
 
 
    
2017-2018 Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science Calendar
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APSC 162 Engineering Graphics W | 2.5


Lecture: 1.5
Lab: 1
Tutorial: 0
The principal objectives of the course are (1) to develop the student’s ability to visualize and communicate three-dimensional shapes and (2) to acquire the skills needed to use computer-aided design software. Topics covered are orthographic projection, isometric sketching, auxiliary and section views as well as dimensioning and working drawings. Computer-aided design software is used to create solid models of the parts and assemblies as well as to generate dimensioned drawings. Students apply their learning in a project where they design their own version of a consumer product. Students learn by hands-on exercises in free-hand sketching and computer-based drawing.

Academic Units:
Mathematics 0
Natural Sciences 0
Complementary Studies 0
Engineering Science 20
Engineering Design 10



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