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Pipe and Tube Isometrics

SKDR 141

Pipe and Tube Isometrics

SKDR 141

Course Description

Sketching course for industrial pipefitters includes all mensurations for layout and construction. (45)

Outcomes and Objectives

Understand the three types of drawings.

Objectives:

  • Draw and label the three basic views of an object.
  • Draw and label appropriately oblique views.
  • Draw an isometric view and label.

Practice the use and understanding of symbols and abbreviations.

Objectives:

  • Use appropriate symbols for A.S.A. pipefitting and equipment.
  • Use appropriate symbols for pipelines and valves.
  • Use appropriate symbols for instrumentation.
  • Use A.S.A. standards and appropriate valve designations.

Use proper drawing procedures.

Objectives:

  • Complete an isometric sketch.
  • Practice dimensioning problems.
  • Practice using dimension guide with isometric cube.
  • Draw rising and flat offsets.
  • Draw rolling offsets.
  • Use horizontal low point to high point technique.
  • Use high point to low point technique.
  • Dimension rolling offset.

The construction of operational drawings from laboratory equipment samples.

Objectives:

  • Draw an isometric pipe sketch from a given orthographic drawing that contains straight run 90-degree offsets.
  • Draw an isometric pipe sketch from a given bent wire.
  • Draw an isometric pipe sketch from a given orthographic drawing with 45-degree flat and rising offsets.
  • Draw an isometric pipe sketch from a given bent wire with 45-degree flat and rising offsets.
  • Draw an isometric pipe sketch from a given orthographic drawing that includes straight runs, offsets, and cylinders.