DESCRIPTION

SDSM&T Catalog Description:

IENG 248/248L Engineering Graphics and Computer Modeling

Credits: (1-1) 2

Introduction to graphical communication theory, including freehand sketching techniques, geometric construction, multi-view, pictorial, sectional and auxiliary view representation and dimensioning techniques. Practical application of theoretical concepts using solid modeling software to capture design intent, generate engineering drawings, and explore computer analyses of solid models for manufacturing purposes.

Learning Objectives:

Students will demonstrate:

 

 

The ability to describe and utilize both the scientific and empirical foundations for engineering design.

The ability to create 2- and 3-dimensional freehand sketches using the correct sketching techniques.

The ability to create and read an engineering drawing using standard views, and both conventional and GD&T dimensioning and tolerance techniques to describe form, orientation, and location accurately

The ability to model solid objects using CAD software and basic operations such as extrusions, cuts, rotations, patterns, copies, sweeps, blends, and assemblies.

The ability to utilize CAD functions to capture design intent, and to use parametric modeling.

The ability to perform a basic engineering analysis from a 3-D solid model.

The ability to clearly and completely communicate a multi-component, conceptual design by creating drawings that follow good engineering conventions and practices.

The ability as a team to design and manufacture (3-D print) a product using CAD/CAM software.

 

MEETINGS

Component:

Days:

Times:

Locations:

Lectures

Tuesdays

1:00 PM 2:50 PM

110 Classroom Building

Labs

Tu, W

As arranged

130 Industrial Engineering / Library

 

 

 

 

 

ACCESS

Instructor:

D. H. Jensen

E-mail:

dean.jensen@sdsmt.edu

Office:

138 Industrial Engineering / Library.

Phone:

605.394.1278

Office Hours:

Tu: 4:00 5:50 PM; W: 1:00 2:50 PM, or by appointment. E-mail outside of office hours.

Website:

http://jensen.sdsmt.edu/IENG248