Engineering Graphics: Pearson New International Edition

Series
Pearson
Author
Frederick E. Giesecke / Alva Mitchell / Henry C. Spencer / Ivan L. Hill / John T. Dygdon / James E. Novak  
Publisher
Pearson
Cover
Softcover
Edition
8
Language
English
Total pages
768
Pub.-date
August 2013
ISBN13
9781292026176
ISBN
1292026170
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Description

 For courses in Engineering Graphics/Technical Drawing and Drafting/Technical Sketching.

This authoritative text dominates the market by offering the best coverage of basic graphics principles and an unmatched set of fully machineable working drawings. Its practical, well illustrated, step-by-step explanations of procedures have successfully trained students for 60 years, and continue to appeal to today's visually oriented students.

Features

  • NEW - Content updates throughout—In particular sections on using the Internet in graphics, electronic drawings, and design sections.
  • NEW - 100 New Drawing problems.
  • NEW - New 4 color signature of key drawing techniques/illustrations.
  • NEW - All drawings rechecked for accuracy and standards.
  • NEW - Web Animations redone/improved/rekeyed to text. Web also contains 4 valuable reference chapters.
  • NEW - Instructor System—Contains Instructor's Guide (hard copy and Word files), Testbank (hard copy and Word files), pdf files of art, PowerPoint slides, and AutoCAD files of solutions.
  • NEW - Each new copy comes free with "Semester" SolidWorks 150 day license.
  • NEW - Companion Website—Contains: Chapter Summaries; 37 animations keyed to sections/figures in the text. Animations are now in new large format Flash and Windows Media Player version; Edrawings—download these figures from the text to experiment with a new technology in engineering communication. Edrawings work with almost any computer and let you rotate, annotate, and see different views of solid models without any special software; Concept Questions—T/F, multiple choice, and fill-in-the-blank questions for each chapter that test concepts from the book; Essay review questions—answer questions from the book on-line and email to an instructor; Links—a robust links section on CAD and technical drawing; PowerPoint/PDF files of art from the text. You may also obtain a complete set of the Instructor's CD. Obtain this from your local PH rep or by emailing engineering@prenhall.com; Reference chapters on Graphs, Alignment Charts, Empirical Equations, and Graphical Mathematics; Glossary of terms; and On-line Syllabus Builder.

New to this Edition

  • Content updates throughout—In particular sections on using the Internet in graphics, electronic drawings, and design sections.
  • 100 New Drawing problems.
  • New 4 color signature of key drawing techniques/illustrations.
  • All drawings rechecked for accuracy and standards.
  • Web Animations redone/improved/rekeyed to text. Web also contains 4 valuable reference chapters.
  • Instructor System—Contains Instructor's Guide (hard copy and Word files), Testbank (hard copy and Word files), pdf files of art, PowerPoint slides, and AutoCAD files of solutions.
  • Each new copy comes free with "Semester" SolidWorks 150 day license.
  • Companion Website—Contains: Chapter Summaries; 37 animations keyed to sections/figures in the text. Animations are now in new large format Flash and Windows Media Player version; Edrawings—download these figures from the text to experiment with a new technology in engineering communication. Edrawings work with almost any computer and let you rotate, annotate, and see different views of solid models without any special software; Concept Questions—T/F, multiple choice, and fill-in-the-blank questions for each chapter that test concepts from the book; Essay review questions—answer questions from the book on-line and email to an instructor; Links—a robust links section on CAD and technical drawing; PowerPoint/PDF files of art from the text. You may also obtain a complete set of the Instructor's CD. Obtain this from your local PH rep or by emailing engineering@prenhall.com; Reference chapters on Graphs, Alignment Charts, Empirical Equations, and Graphical Mathematics; Glossary of terms; and On-line Syllabus Builder.

Table of Contents



 1. The Graphic Language and Design.


 2. Introduction to CAD.


 3. Instrumental Drawing, Freehand Sketching, and Lettering Techniques.


 4. Geometric Constructions.


 5. Sketching and Shape Description.


 6. Multiview Projection.


 7. Sectional Views.


 8. Auxiliary Views.


 9. Revolutions.


10. Manufacturing Design and Processes.


11. Dimensioning.


12. Tolerancing.


13. Threads, Fasteners, and Springs.


14. Design and Working Drawings.


15. Reproduction and Control of Drawings.


16. Axonometric Projection.


17. Oblique Projection.


18. Perspective.


19. Points, Lines, and Planes.


20. Parallelism and Perpendicularity.


21. Intersections.


22. Developments.


23. Line and Plane Tangencies.


24. Cartography, Geology, and Spherical Geometry.


25. Graphical Vector Analysis.


Index.