Synopses & Reviews
ESource¿Prentice Hall's Engineering Source¿provides a comprehensive, customizable introductory engineering and computing library. Featuring over 25 modules and growing, ESource allows users to fully customize their books through the ESource website. Using the ESource online BookBuild system at www.prenhall.com/esource, users can view and select book chapters, change the sequence, instantly calculate the book's net (bookstore) price, request a free examination copy, and generate an ISBN for placing a bookstore order. Engineering Graphics; Projections Used in Engineering Graphics; Freehand Sketching; Computer Aided Design and Drafting; Standard Practice for Engineering Drawings; Tolerances; Getting Started in SolidWorks®; Modeling Parts in SolidWorks: Revolves; Modeling an Assembly: The Pizza Cutter; and Creating Working Drawings. For professionals in General Engineering or Computer Science fields.
About the Author
Richard M. Lueptow is the Charles Deering McCormick Professor of Teaching Excellence and Associate Professor of Mechanical Engineering at Northwestern University. He is a native of Wisconsin and received his doctorate from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in 1986. He teaches design, fluid mechanics, an spectral analysis techniques. Rich has an active research program on rotating filtration, Taylor Couette flow, granular flow, fire suppression, and acoustics. He has five patents and over 40 refereed journal and proceedings papers along with many other articles, abstracts, and presentations.
Table of Contents
1. Engineering Graphics.
The Importance of Engineering Graphics. Engineering Graphics. CAD. Design and CAD.
2. Projections Used in Engineering Graphics.
Projections. 3-D Projections. Multiview Projections. Working Drawings.
3. Freehand Sketching.
Why Freehand Sketches? Freehand Sketching Fundamentals. Basic Freehand Sketching. Advanced Freehand Sketching.
4. Computer Aided Design and Drafting.
CAD Models. CAD and Solids Modeling. The Nature of Solids Modeling.
5. Standard Practice for Engineering Drawings.
Introduction to Drawing Standards. Sheet Layouts. Lines. Dimension Placement and Conventions. Section and Detail Views. Fasteners and Screw Threads. Assembly Drawings.
Why Tolerances? Displaying Tolerances on Drawings. How to Determine Tolerances. Surface Finish. Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing.
7. Getting Started in SolidWorks®.
Introduction and Reference. Modeling the Guard. Modeling the Arm. Modeling the Blade.
8. Modeling Parts in SolidWorks: Revolves.
Modeling the Cap. Modeling the Handle. Modeling the Rivet.
9. Modeling an Assembly: The Pizza Cutter.
Modeling the Cutter Sub-Assembly. Modeling the Pizza Cutter Assembly. Checking the Assembly for Interference. Creating an Exploded View of the Assembly.
10. Creating Working Drawings.
Detail Drawings in Solidworks. Editing a Drawing Sheet Format. Creating a Drawing of the Arm. Creating a Drawing of the Pizza Cutter Assembly.