Hawaii Community College Architectural, Engineering CAD Technologies Course Syllabus, Fall 2012

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Hawaii Community College
Architectural, Engineering CAD Technologies
Course Syllabus, Fall 2012
Course:
AEC 110B, Basic AutoCAD
Credits:
3 lec/lab
Location:
Manono Campus, Building 380, Rm. 30
Class Times:
M,W 10:30-11:20, 12:30-2:20
Instructor:
D. DeLuz
Office:
Phone No.:
Email:
Office Hours:
Building 380, Rm. 31
974-7425
[email protected]
Daily, by appointment
Course Description:
Designed for students interested in CAD drawing. This course is designed for the student
with no Computer Aided Drafting (CAD) experience. Introduction to AutoCAD’s basic
drawing commands will be the focus including features, functions, and operations such as
lines, arcs, circles, symbols, text, dimensions, and editing/modifying objects will be
explored.
Course Objectives: Upon completion of this course, the student will be able to:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
Use AutoCAD to draw a rectangle, triangle, circle, ellipse, arc, polygon,
fillet, round, and chamfer.
Use AutoCAD to demonstrate Extend, Trim, Offset, Break, Move, Copy,
and Rotate an object.
Use AutoCAD to insert text in a scaled drawing.
Use AutoCAD to dimension a simple object and plot the drawing.
Use AutoCAD to set up the drawing environment.
Use several AutoCAD layers to draw a simple floor plan complete with
doors, windows, plumbing fixtures, appliances, and labels.
Use AutoCAD to draw a simple building exterior elevation with labels and
dimensions.
Use AutoCAD to draw a simple wall section complete with labels and
dimensions.
Course Content:
1.
Fundamentals:
a.
Hardware and Software
b.
c.
2.
Start-up and shut down.
Recognize and use basic CAD features, functions, and
operations.
Perform, with instruction, AutoCAD operations such as:
a.
Draw a rectangle, triangle, circle, ellipse, arc, polygon,
fillet, round, and chamfer.
b.
Edit drawings using erase, extend, break, move, offset,
rotate, stretch, and trim.
c.
Use features to move, copy, zoom in and out, pan, change
line types, and units of measure.
d.
Set dimension variables to dimension linear, angular, and
radial objects.
e.
Save drawing and output to printer and/or plotter.
Text:
None
Materials:
Memory card, Highlighter, Binder/tablet for note taking
Reference:
Simplified Site Engineering for Architects and Builders, latest edition,
Uniform Building Code, Graphic Standards, Sweets Catalog.
Evaluation:
Assignments:
Exams/Quiz:
90-100
80- 89
70- 79
60- 69
< 60
A
B
C
D
F
Field Trips: Will be announced.
25%
25%
Attendance:
Work Attitude
25%
25%
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