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Syllabus 2019-20 - 13411004 - Graphic Expression (Expresión gráfica)

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DEGREE: Grado en Ingeniería mecánica (13411004)
FACULTY: SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING OF JAÉN

DEGREE: Grado en Ingeniería eléctrica (13511004)
FACULTY: SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING OF JAÉN

DEGREE: Grado en Ingeniería de organización industrial (13011004)
FACULTY: SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING OF JAÉN

DEGREE: Doble grado en Ingeniería eléctrica e Ingeniería electrónica industrial (13711004)
FACULTY: SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING OF JAÉN

DEGREE: Doble grado en Ingeniería mecánica e Ingeniería de organización industrial (13811004)
FACULTY: SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING OF JAÉN

DEGREE: Doble grado en Ingeniería eléctrica e Ingeniería mecánica (13611004)
FACULTY: SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING OF JAÉN

DEGREE: Doble Grado en Ingeniería mecánica e Ingeniería electrónica industrial (13911003)
FACULTY: SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING OF JAÉN

DEGREE: Grado en Ingeniería electrónica industrial (13111004)
FACULTY: SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING OF JAÉN

ACADEMIC YEAR: 2019-20
SYLLABUS
1. COURSE BASIC INFORMATION
NAME: Graphic Expression
CODE: 13411004 (*) ACADEMIC YEAR: 2019-20
LANGUAGE: English LEVEL: 1
ECTS CREDITS: 6.0 YEAR: 1 SEMESTER: PC
 
2. LECTURER BASIC INFORMATION
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: http://www10.ujaen.es/conocenos/departamentos/inggra/3021
LANGUAGE: - LEVEL: 1
 
3. CONTENT DESCRIPTION

PART I. REPRESENTATION TECHNIQUES AND STANDARDIZATION

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.

PART II. DESCRIPTIVE GEOMETRY

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

DIHEDRAL SYSTEM

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 of 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. Dihedral System: Intersection of surfaces. General method. Plans boundaries and auxiliary planes. Penetration tangential penetration and mutual penetration or maximum bite. Method of Radial Planes. 

BASED PLANS SYSTEM

Unit 9. Introduction. Fundamentals. Module or range. Representation and identification of significant elements. Alphabets.

Unit 10. Relationship of belonging, 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 11. Method of obtaining true forms and magnitudes. Lowering a plane. Fundamentals. Reverse process.

Unit 12. Applications. Covers and Roofs. Surveying applications: Explanations and longitudinal profiles.

AXONOMETRIC SYSTEM

Unit 13. 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.

Unit 14. Axonometric perspective and application. Perspectives orthogonal axonometric: isometric, diametric and trimetric. Normalized cavalier perspective. Axonometric projections based on the dihedral views. Flat sections.

PART III. COMPUTER-AIDED DRAWING

This part is provided in the schedule of classroom practices of CAD. There is therefore theoretical block as such and made in 2D / 3D CAD program with broad commercial deployment. Also, the knowledge acquired with the realization of the practices carried out with CAD will serve as a check of the results obtained in the practices based on the projections and made with Euclidean tools, so that from 3D CAD model, the dihedral projections of the piece and dimension of the same, flat sections and true forms or magnitudes, representation of geometric bodies and axonometric perspectives.

PRACTICES

PRACTICE 1: Principles of Standardization. CAD 3D modeling.

PRACTICE 2: Principles of Standardization. CAD 3D modeling.

PRACTICE 3: Dihedral system: Relations of belonging, incidence and relative position between notable elements.

PRACTICE 4: Dihedral system: Methods for obtaining true forms and magnitudes.

PRACTICE 5: Dihedral system: Representation of surfaces and bodies.

PRACTICE 6: Dihedral system: Representation of surfaces and bodies.

PRACTICE 7: Based plans system: Fundamentals, notable elements and relative positions.

PRACTICE 8: Based plans system: Method of obtaining true forms and magnitudes. Representation of bodies.

PRACTICE 9: Based plans system: Covers and roofs.

PRACTICE 10: Based plans system: Surveying applications: Explanations and longitudinal profiles.

PRACTICE 11: Orthogonal axonometric system: Representation of bodies.

PRACTICE 12: Orthogonal axonometric system: Flat sections.

4. COURSE DESCRIPTION AND TEACHING METHODOLOGY

The lectures in large group (A1) will contain lectures (M1), and theory and general examples (M2), taking place at the set schedule of the degree.

Likewise, the small group classes (A2R) will contain practical activities (M6R), some of them will be held in CAD classroom (M10R), they will deal with the resolution of exercises (M11R), and in them presentations/exhibitions (M12R) will be exposed. They will be developed in the hours of the group of practices freely chosen by the student from among the groups of practices offered.

On the other hand, lectures of Computer-Aided Drawing (CAD) will be developed in the CAD classroom. Meanwhile, traditional drawing classes are held in classrooms assigned to it.

Likewise, the realization of a group work that will be delivered by the teacher, and will deal with any aspect of the subject of the course is established. This group cannot exceed 3 people Its presentation and defense will be held in the last week of the semester. It is intended that the skills related to entrepreneurship as teamwork, leadership and the ability to communicate ideas both within the group and the day of the exhibition of the group work are used.

Finally, individual tutorials will be held in the office of teacher in the schedule for it.

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:

Attendance and active participation in the internship classes will be valued together with the presentation and presentation of the group work.

Drawing practices with Euclidean tools:

A minimum execution of the programmed practices will be verified, as well as its correct execution and the quality of the graphic result.

Computer-Aided Drawing Practices:

Computer-Aided Drawing (CAD) practices, which will deal with aspects related to the standardization of parts, will be carried out in the CAD classroom and will be evaluated accordingly. Likewise, CAD exercises will be incorporated as a means of checking other practices carried out with Euclidean tools that will also be evaluated accordingly.

The practices can only be given for evaluation in the class period (first semester) and, in any case, always before the exam of the Ordinary 1 call, that is, they will not be accepted after the exam of that call.

The CB1R and CBB5R competences, as well as the learning outcomes 20, 21, 22, 23 and 25, will be evaluated through the scheduled practices.

Team work:

The group work will be evaluated taking into account the correct graphic resolution, its presentation by the people that make up the group, the expository clarity, and the ability to transmit the resolution of the problem step by step. Likewise, it can only be delivered on the date established for its exhibition and defense (last week of the course).

Through group work the CB1R, CBB5R, CT1, CT2 and CT4 competences will be evaluated, and the learning outcomes 20 to 25.

Final exam:

It will be held on the officially established date. Its content will be based on practical aspects corresponding to the topics developed in class where it is possible to appreciate, together with the levels of knowledge reached, the analytical capacity and skills obtained by the student. It will be done through the use of Euclidean tools.

A minimum score of 4 points out of 10 will be required in the final exam, in order to add the qualification of the complementary activities (attendance and active participation, scheduled practices and group work). If this minimum score is not reached, then the score obtained will be the final score of the course.

The CB1R and CBB5R competences, as well as the learning outcomes 20 to 23, will be evaluated through the final exam.

In general, the course will be passed if adding the weighted score of each of the three aspects of evaluation (attendance and active participation, group work, scheduled practices, and final exam), this is not less than 5.

The scores obtained in attendance and active participation, scheduled practices and group work, will be saved only in the Ordinary 1 and Extraordinary 2 calls within the same academic year.

For the Extraordinary 1 call, only the final exam score will be taken into account, representing the final score of the course.

On the other hand, the course will be considered passed or suspended in its entirety in each of the calls for the academic year.

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