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MASTER COURSE OUTLINE
Big Bend Community College
Date: October 2003
DEPT: MMT
NO:
102
COURSE TITLE:
Technical Drawing Interpretation
CIP Code:
Intent Code:
Program Code:
47.0396
21
770
Distribution Desig.:
PREPARED BY:
CREDITS:
Total Contact Hours Per Qtr:
Lecture Hours Per Qtr:
Lab Hours Per Qtr:
Other Hours Per Qtr:
3
44
22
22
0
Bill Autry
COURSE DESCRIPTION: Fundamental technical drawing reading and sketching principles,
concepts and standards as applied to industry.
PREREQUISITE(S):
TEXT:
None
Basic Blueprint Reading and Sketching, Seventh edition; by C. Thomas Olivo
COURSE GOALS:
Students will develop proficiency in reading, understanding, and
accurately interpreting technical drawings as applied to industrial electricity and mechanical
maintenance.
COURSE OBJECTIVES: Upon successful completion of the course, the student will be able to:
1.
Visualize multiview drawings from various industrial disciplines.
2.
Sketch simple multiview and pictorial drawings.
3.
Demonstrate a knowledge of drawing nomenclature, symbols, notes and
abbreviations.
4.
Read and describe drawing data pertaining to dimensioning, tolerance and surface
finish techniques as used on mechanical, architectural, manufacturing, electrical,
piping, welding and installation drawings.
COURSE CONTENT OUTLINE:
An introduction to industrial drawings and prints
A.
The Orthographic System
B.
The Alphabet of lines
C.
Arrangement of views
D.
Visualization
1.
Multiview, Pictorial Drawings
E.
Sketching
1.
Multiview, Pictorial Drawings
F.
Sectional Views
G.
Dimensioning, tolerance, surface finishes
H.
Threads and fasteners
I.
Title block information
1.
Revisions, scale
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K.
L.
Types of drawings
1.
Mechanical
2.
Architectural
3.
Manufacturing
4.
Electrical
5.
Piping
6.
Survey
7.
Mapping
8.
Schematic
9.
Welding
10.
Installation
Symbols, notes, abbreviations, details, referencing
Reading industrial drawings
EVALUATION METHODS/GRADING PROCEDURES:
Students will be evaluated and grades will be awarded on the following criterion:
Attendance; Participation/Assignments; Cumulative quiz and intermediate test scores and a
comprehensive final exam.
Grading will conform to the rules and policies set forth by the Instructional Council and the
Administration of Big Bend Community College.
PLANNED TEACHING METHODS/LEARNING STRATEGIES:
X Lecture
X Laboratory
Supervised Clinical
X Small Group Discussion
X Audiovisual
X Individualized Instruction
Special Project
Other (List)
Division Chair Approval
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