## Syllabus 2018-19 - 13211003 - Graphic Expression (Expresión gráfica)

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DEGREE: Grado en Ingeniería geomática y topográfica
FACULTY: SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING OF JAÉN

SYLLABUS
1. COURSE BASIC INFORMATION
 NAME: Graphic Expression CODE: 13211003 ACADEMIC YEAR: 2018-19 LANGUAGE: English LEVEL: 2 ECTS CREDITS: 9.0 YEAR: 1 SEMESTER: PC

2. LECTURER BASIC INFORMATION
 NAME: VALDERRAMA ZAFRA, JOSÉ MANUEL DEPARTMENT: U113 - INGENIERÍA GRÁFICA, DISENO Y PROYECTOS FIELD OF STUDY: 305 - EXPRESIÓN GRÁFICA EN LA INGENIERÍA OFFICE NO.: A3 - A3-221 E-MAIL: jmzafra@ujaen.es P: 953212826 WEBSITE: www4.ujaen.es/~jmzafra/ LANGUAGE: English LEVEL: 2
3. CONTENT DESCRIPTION

PART I. STANDARDIZATION AND DESCRIPTIVE GEOMETRY

Unit 1.-      Introduction

Graphic communication in engineering. Standardization: Concept of standard. Formats and folding paper planes. Margins. Scales. Labeling. Lines standard. The space. Main planes and bisector ones. Quadrants. Projections: Concept. Types. Projection methods and representation systems. Sketching: Resources and techniques for freehand  drawing.

Unit 2   .-  Dihedral System

Introduction. Definition and applications. Fundamental concepts and nomenclature. Main views. Representation and identification of notable elements (Alphabets): positions of points, lines and planes.  Introducción. Definición y aplicaciones. Conceptos fundamentales y nomenclatura.

Unit 3   .-  Dihedral System

Relations of belonging: point in a line or in a plane, line in a plane. Relations of incidence between lines, 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 4   .-  Dihedral System

Methods for obtaining true forms and magnitudes: Lowering a plane: position of points, lines, flat shapes, flat sections. Reverse process: fundamentals, affinity in the plane.

Unit   5   .-  Dihedral System

Unit 6   .-  Axonometric system

Definition. Fundamentals. Applications. Fundamental and orthic triangles. Reduction factor scales. Isometric, diametric and trimetric perspectives. Representation of points, lines and planes. Alphabets. Traces of lines and planes. Intersections between lines and planes and between planes and planes. Representation of blocks. Flat sections.

Unit 7   .-  Conic System

Definition. Fundamentals. Applications. Main elements: geometral, horizontal and Principal planes, Earth and Horizon lines,  vanishing points. Representation of solids: metric points, extensions, horizontal distances, scales.

BLOQUE II. TOPOGRAPHIC DRAWING

Unit 1   .-  Horizontal projection system

Fundamentals: Module or range and slope. Representation of notable elements: point, line and plane. Intersections: Fundamentals.   Applications to the drawing of roofs and excavations.

Unit 2   .-  Horizontal projection system

Method for getting true shapes and sizes.  ParallelismPerpendicularity . True size views. Measurement of angles and distances.

Unit 3   .-    Representation of topographic surfaces

Contours. Maximum slope line.  Landforms and their representation .   Sloping surfaces .   Profiles, panoramas and viewshed:. Tracing profiles.. Plotting panoramas and viewshed.

Unit 4   .-    Profiles and viewsheds

Intersections with topographical surfaces   . Drawing profiles.   Visibility from one direction or from a point .   Plotting viewsheds .

Unit 5   .-  Platform design drawing

Fundamentals and applicatios. Cut and fill slopes. Horizontal platforms. Sloping platforms. Calculating volumes.

Unit 6   .-  Road design drawing

Horizontal alignment. Profile view. Cross-section view. Earth movement. Drawing the new design surface.

Unit 1   .-  Drawing 2D

Introduction to CAD: general concepts. User interface. Drawing 2D: drawing, organizing, viewing and editing.

Unit 2   .-  Drawing 3D

Introduction. Parametric CAD Software. Tools for solid modeling. Applications: part modeling, flat sections, roofs,  preparation of planes.

4. COURSE DESCRIPTION AND TEACHING METHODOLOGY

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), at least by freehand drawing, and will end them properly outlined autonomously at home. Some of them will be delineated using CAD software in the Department computer room.

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

In the last week of the course, in a practice class, students must submit and present to their classmates, a study conducted in groups on any of the issues addressed in the subject, including resolution by freehand drawing and CAD, as well as photographs that demonstrate its application in practice.

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

5. ASSESSMENT METHODOLOGY

Attendance and active participation in practical classes in groups (when the student has attended at least 50% of the classes) will be scored.  The mark obtained will be maintained in all calls of the course. This section will count 5% of the final grade for the course (the student could get up to 0.5 point out of 10). Group work (completion and presentation) will count 5% of the final grade of the subject (the student could earn up to 0.5 points out of 10).

The resolution of exercises weekly scheduled practices will be by carried out using conventional projective methods and 2D/3D CAD. The exercises and scheduled practices, only be assessed if the students delivered at least 80% of all of them and within the prescribed period during the class period, except, as far as delivery time, and judgment of teachers is concerned, duly justified exceptional situations. No later exercises will be accepted after the day of the final exam of the first regular call, but with a poenalización in 50% of the score. The score on this section will be maintained in all calls of the course. This section counted in the 20% mark of the subject (the student can earn up to 2 points out of 10).

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. He counted 70% of the final grade for the course (student can earn up to 7 points out of 10).

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.

6. BOOKLIST
MAIN BOOKLIST:
• Technical graphics communication: engineering graphics communication and fundamentals of graphics co. Edition: -. Author: -. Publisher: [S.l.]: McGraw-Hill, [1997]  (Library)
• Technical graphics communication. Edition: 4th ed.. Author: -. Publisher: Boston [etc.]: McGraw-Hill, 2009  (Library)
• Problems for engineering graphics communication and technical graphics communication one. Edition: -. Author: -. Publisher: Chicago [etc.]: Irwin, cop. 1995  (Library)
• Problems for engineering graphics communication and technical graphics communication two. Edition: -. Author: -. Publisher: Chicago [etc.]: Irwin, cop. 1995  (Library)