STANDARD

 

 

DDF 108 - INTERSECTIONS AND DEVELOPMENT

 

 

Course Description

 

Introduces the graphic description of objects represented by the intersection of geometric components.  Topics include:  surface development, establishment of true length, and intersection of surfaces.

 

Competency Areas                                                                             Hours

         

Surface Development

 

 

Class/Week

1

Establishment of True Length

 

 

D. Lab/Week

9

Intersection of Surfaces

 

 

P. Lab/Week

 

 

 

 

Credit Hours

5

 

                        

Prerequisite/Corequisites:  DDF 103, MAT 104

 

 

 

 

COURSE GUIDE

 

 

Competency

After completing this section, the student will:

Hours

 

Class

D.Lab

P.Lab

SURFACE DEVELOPMENT

3

10

 

Theory

Define the term "surface development."

 

Describe how a surface is composed.

 

 

 

Development

Develop the lateral surfaces of a prism, pyramid, cylinder, and cone.

 

Develop the lateral surfaces of a prism and cylinder combination.

 

Develop the lateral surfaces of cones and transition pieces.

 

 

 

ESTABLISHMENT OF TRUE LENGTH

1

3

 

Theory

State in which plane of projection true length is shown.

 

State which conditions must be met to establish the true length of a line by revolution.

 

 

 

Development

Develop the edge view of a plane by revolution.

 

Develop the true surface of a plane by revolution.

 

 

 

INTERSECTION OF SURFACES

6

77

 

Theory

Define intersecting and nonintersecting lines.

 

 

 

Development

Draw the intersection of a line with a plane using the edge-view and cutting-plane methods.

 

Draw the intersection of an oblique line with a solid having an oblique surface.

 

Draw the intersection of an oblique line with a solid having an inclined surface.

 

Draw the intersection of an oblique line with the principal plane of a solid.

 

Draw the intersection of an inclined line with the principal line of a solid.

 

Draw the intersection of a principal line with the principal line of a solid.

 

Draw the intersection of two planes using the edge-view and cutting plane methods.

 

Draw the intersection of an oblique plane with the oblique plane of a solid.

 

Draw the intersection of an oblique plane with an inclined plane of a solid.

 

Draw the intersection of an oblique plane with the principal plane of a solid.

 

Draw the intersection of a plane with a prism.

 

Draw the intersection of two prisms.

 

Draw the intersection of a prism with a pyramid.

 

Draw the intersection of two pyramids.

 

Draw the intersection of a line with a cylinder.

 

Draw the intersection of a line with a cone.

 

Draw the intersection of a plane with a cylinder.

 

Draw the intersection of a plane with a cone.

 

Draw the intersection of two cylinders.

 

Draw the intersection of a cone with a cylinder.

 

Draw the intersection of two cones.

 

Draw the intersection of a line with a surface of revolution.

 

 

 

 

 

Suggested Resources

 

Suggested Resources include textbooks shown below or most current edition.

 

Arnbal, C. A., & Crawford, J. V.  (1982).  Problems in engineering graphics.  Dubuque, IA: Kendall-Hunt.

 

Croft, F. M., et al.  (1989).  Engineering graphics.  New York: John Wiley & Sons.

 

Dent, J. B., et al.  (1987).  Fundamentals of engineering graphics (4th ed.).  New York: Macmillan.

 

Eide, A. R., et al.  (1985).  Engineering graphics fundamentals.  New York: McGraw-Hill.

 

Eide, A. R., et al.  (1987).  Engineering graphics problems book II to accompany engineering graphics fundamentals (6th ed.).  New York: McGraw-Hill.

 

French, T. E., et al.  (1986).  Engineering drawing & graphic technology (13th ed.).  New York: McGraw-Hill.

 

Giesecke, F. F., et al.  (1989).  Principles of engineering graphics.  New York: Macmillan.

 

Jensen, C. H., & Helsel, J. D.  (1989).  Engineering drawing & design (4th ed.).  New York: McGraw-Hill.

 

Kundis, L. E., et al.  (1983).  Point, line, plane & solid: A basic text workbook for engineering graphics (3rd ed.).  Dubuque, IA: Kendall-Hunt.

 

Luzadder, W. J., & Duff, J. M.  (1989).  Introduction to engineering drawing.  Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice Hall.

 

O'Bryant, D. C., et al.  (1987).  Problems in engineering graphics.  Champaign, IL: Stipes.

 

Rogers, H.  (1986).  Problems book: Engineering drawing & graphic technology (13th ed.).  New York: McGraw-Hill.

 

Spence, W. P.  (1985).  Engineering graphics workbook (Vol. 1) (2nd ed.).  Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice Hall.

 

Spence, W. P.  (1985).  Engineering graphics workbook (Vol. 3).  Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice Hall.

 

Spence, W. P.  (1988).  Engineering graphics (2nd ed.).  Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice Hall.