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## Syllabus 2015-16 - 13211003 - Graphic Expression (Expresión gráfica)

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DEGREE: | Grado en Ingeniería geomática y topográfica |

FACULTY: | SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING OF JAÉN |

ACADEMIC YEAR: | 2015-16 |

COURSE: | Graphic Expression |

NAME: Graphic Expression | |||||

CODE: 13211003 | ACADEMIC YEAR: 2015-16 | ||||

LANGUAGE: English | LEVEL: 1 | ||||

ECTS CREDITS: 9.0 | YEAR: 1 | SEMESTER: PC |

NAME: ROJAS SOLA, JOSÉ IGNACIO | ||

DEPARTMENT: U113 - INGENIERÍA GRÁFICA, DISENO Y PROYECTOS | ||

FIELD OF STUDY: 305 - EXPRESIÓN GRÁFICA EN LA INGENIERÍA | ||

OFFICE NO.: A3 - 225 | E-MAIL: jirojas@ujaen.es | P: 953212452 |

WEBSITE: https://www.ujaen.es/departamentos/inggra/contactos/rojas-sola-jose-ignacio | ||

ORCID: https://orcid.org/0000-0001-9001-1050 | ||

LANGUAGE: English | LEVEL: 1 |

PART I. STANDARDIZATIONAND DESCRIPTIVE GEOMETRY

Unit 1. Introduction: Concept of standard. Formats and folding paper planes. Margins. Scales. Labeling. Lines standard.

Unit 2. Description and analysis of shapes: standard representations. Cube projections. Election of views. Position of the object. Selection criteria and economic views. Auxiliary projection planes. Other conventions . Introduction to dimensioning.

Unit 3. Fundamentals of Representation Systems: Types of projection: conical and cylindrical. Reversibility of the projection. Representation systems: dihedral, axonometric, conical and based plans.

Unit 4. Dihedral System: Introduction. Purpose. Fundamental concepts and nomenclature. Main views. Representation and identification of notable elements. Alphabets.

Unit 5. Dihedral system: Relations of belonging, incidence and relative position between notable elements and resolution metric problems: Intersections between planes and between lines and planes. Parallelism between lines, between planes and between lines and planes. Perpendicularity between lines, between lines and planes and between planes. Distances between points, between point and plane, straight point, minimum distance between two straight lines that intersect. Angles between line and plane and between two planes. Angles lines and planes with the planes of projection.

Unit 6. Dihedral System: Methods for obtaining true forms and magnitudes: Lowering a plane. Fundamentals. Affinity flat. Reverse process. Plane changes. Justification. Turns notable elements. Justification.

Unit 7.- Dihedral System: Surfaces: Concepts and curved surface. Tangent plane to a surface at one of its points. Classification. Contour apparent. Radiated polygonal base surfaces and (circular prism, pyramid, cylinder and cone). Representation, flat sections, intersection with straight, developments and transformed. Spherical surface. Contour apparent. Location of points on the sphere and the tangent plane at a point. Flat section and intersection with straight.

Unit 8. Axonometric System: Introduction. Representation of notable elements: Justification. Orthogonal and oblique axonometric. Reduction factor scales and axonometric. Trace triangle. Ordinary trace of a plane. Direct and inverse problems of the axonometric. Schlömilch-Weisbach Theorem. Orthogonal axonometric: Representation of point, line and plane. Alphabets. Traces of the straight and flat. Intersections between lines and planes and between planes and planes.

Unit 9: Axonometric System: isometric, diametric and trimetric: Axonometric perspectives. Oblique axonometric perspective: standard cavalier. Graphics rendering methods bodies: Graduation axonometric axes knowledge of the angles formed by the axes with the plane of the table and folding and translation of the coordinate planes. Application of Scales. Flat sections and its true magnitude. Abatement methods: general and limited.

Unit 10.- Conical System. Definition, rationale and applications. Main elements: Planes: Geometral, Horizontal, Fade and Principal; Lines: Earth and Horizon; Points: Vanishing, Measure, Competition and Metric. Scale lines. Types of perspective: Central and oblique. Outlook circumference. Processes for obtaining conical central perspectives by dots, dihedral system over the conical system homology and by the method of the traces. Changing the conical perspective: distance from point of view of the object, angle of the picture plane with the object and height of the view.

PART II. TOPOGRAPHIC DRAWING

Unit 11. System Based Plans. Fundamentals: Module or range and slope. Representation and identification of notable elements (point, line and plane). Alphabets.

Unit 12. System Based Plans. Membership relations, incidence and relative position of notable elements. Metric resolution of problems. Intersections between planes and between lines and planes. Parallelism between lines, between planes and between lines and planes. Perpendicularity between lines, between lines and planes and between planes. Distances between points, between point and point-to-plane and straight. Angles between line and plane and between two planes.

Unit 13. System Based Plans. Method for obtaining true forms and magnitudes: Gloom. Basis. Application to the measurement of distances, areas and angles.

Unit 14. Representation of roofs.

Unit 15. Representation of topographic surfaces: Contours. Fall line. Apps. Landforms and their representation. Sloping surfaces.

Unit 16. Profiles, panoramas and viewshed: Intersections with topographical surfaces. Tracing profiles. Visibility from one direction or from a point. Plotting panoramas and viewshed.

Unit 17. Explanations: Concept. Rationale and applications. Embankment and remove.

Unit 18. Transport routes: Route Ground. Longitudinale profile. Cross sections. Volume of earthwork. Calculation of areas. Drawing the grading of the road.

PART III. COMPUTER-AIDED DRAWING (CAD)

Unit 19. Introduction to CAD: General concepts. Drawing 2D: drawing, organizing, viewing and editing.

PRACTICES

Practice 1. Principles of standardization.

Practice 2. Principles of standardization.

Practice 3. Dihedral system. Belongings, incidence and relative positions.

Practice 4. Dihedral system. True magnitudes and flat sections.

Practice 5. Dihedral system. Representing bodies.

Practice 6. Orthogonal Axonometric System. Representation bodies.

Practice 7. Orthogonal Axonometric System. Flat sections and true forms and magnitudes.

Practice 8. Conical System. Representation bodies.

Practice 9. Based Plans System. Fundamentals, notable elements and relative positions.

Practice 10. Based Plans System. True forms and magnitudes. Representation bodies.

Practice 11. Based Plans System. Representation of roofs. Topographic surfaces: Intersections, Profiles, panoramas and viewshed.

Practice 12. Based Plans System. Topographic surfaces: Explanations and transport routes.

In the large group lectures the teacher will present the theoretical concepts of matter and solve examples and exercises general type' that students must study for a correct use of the practical classes.

In practical classes in groups, students solve exercises whose statements have been previously downloaded from the virtual teaching platform of the University of Jaén (ILIAS). The first two practices about standardization will performed by software Computer-Aided Drawing (CAD) on a Department computer room, located at the 2nd floor of the building (A3).

Also, the maximum temporal continuity and coordination between theory and practice will be sought.

Students with special educational needs should contact the Student Attention Service (Servicio de Atención y Ayudas al Estudiante) in order to receive the appropriate academic support

Attendance and active participation in class in groups of practices will be assessed. The mark obtained will be maintained in all calls of course. This section computed 5% of the final grade for the course (student can earn up to 0.5 points out of 10). Also, group work (performance and exposure) computed at 5% grade for the course (student can earn up to 0.5 points out of 10).

Scheduled practices are valued only if the student turns in at least 50% of all of them within the deadline and during the class period, except, as far as delivery time, and in the opinion of the teacher, exceptional situations properly refers justified. The score on this section will be maintained in two calls of course. This section computed at 20% grade for the course (students can collect up to 2 out of 10).

On traditional practices with Euclidean tools, proper implementation and the quality of graphical output will be verified. Also, practices computer-aided drawing will focus on aspects of standardization.

The final exam will be held on the date and classrooms officially established by the Centre. The content will cover topics relevant to developed throughout the semester practical aspects, where you can appreciate, with knowledge levels achieved, the ability to analyze and skills achieved by the student. It will be made by conventional techniques with the use of tools Euclidean. He counted 70% of the final grade for the course (student can earn up to 7 points out of 10).

In general, the subject will be overcome if the weighted sum of each note three aspects of assessment (attendance and participation, final exam and scheduled practices), it is not less than 5, both the ordinary call 1 as well as in extraordinary call 2.

By the scheduled practices CB7 competence and learning outcome 6 will be assessed, and by group work the CT2 , CT4 CT6 competencies will be evaluated.

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