ME EN 272

Engineering Graphics--Principles and Applications

Mechanical Engineering Ira A. Fulton College of Engineering

Course Description

Comprehensive applications of CAD-based national (ANSI) and international (ISO) graphics standards, including coordinate and geometric dimensioning and tolerancing practices, manufacturing, and product verification procedures.

When Taught

Fall, Winter, Spring

Min

3

Fixed

3

Fixed

2

Fixed

2

Other Prerequisites

Me En professional program for Me En students; or non-Me En major in Engineering and Technology.

Title

Collaboration

Learning Outcome

7. Collaborate with teammates to learn how to apply CAD tools to the modeling projects.

Title

Top-Down and Bottom-Up Design

Learning Outcome

6. Understand the approaches and processes used in component and assembly modeling, i.e. top-down and bottom-up design.

Title

Modeling Techniques

Learning Outcome

1. Understand both surface and solid modeling techniques found in a modern commercial CAD package.

Title

Engineering Drawings - Standard

Learning Outcome

4. Create, read and understand engineering drawings composed of multiple views with standard dimensioning and tolerancing nomenclature.

Title

CAD Modeling - Average to Complex Components

Learning Outcome

3. Design and create CAD models of average to complex mechanical components.

Title

CAD Modeling - Basic Components

Learning Outcome

2. Create a CAD model of basic machine components and assemblies.

Title

Engineering Drawings - Geometric

Learning Outcome

5. Create, read and understand engineering drawings that contain geometric dimensioning, tolerancing symbology and mating parts fit.

Title

Product Design and Manufacturing Information

Learning Outcome

8. Prepare a design package for a real-world device to be manufactured in Me En 382.