Descriptive GeometrySKDR 121
Prerequisite: SKDR 111. Topics include orthographic projections, primary auxiliary views and lines, planes, successive auxiliary views, piercing points, intersection of planes, and angle between planes. (45)
Outcomes and Objectives
The student will be able to draw primary and auxiliary views of elements using descriptive geometry techniques.
- Demonstrate the theory used to create the primary views of a three dimensional element.
- Demonstrate the system of labeling and identification of points, lines, and planes as used in descriptive geometry.
- Demonstrate the concepts of spatial projection, spatial direction, and spatial measurement.
The student will be able to draw the three dimensional relationship between vectors, lines, and planes their intersections, tangencies, parallelism, perpendicularity, and angles.
- Demonstrate the concepts of analyzing spatial problems using lines, planes, and revolution and draw their solution.
- Demonstrate the skills necessary to create on paper the projections of the primary and multiple auxiliary views of three dimensional elements.
- Improve their visualization of objects and ability to draw in three dimensional space.