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Introduction to Electrical Mechanical Drafting with CAD

ISBN-10: 0132135396

ISBN-13: 9780132135399

Edition: 1997

Authors: James D. Bethune, Paul T. Svatik

List price: $183.53
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Description:

This unique book combines coverage of both mechanical and electrical drafting. The book combines coverage of both basic mechanical/manual drafting techniques and electrical drafting techniques in a single volume. The book introduces AutoCAD Release 13 commands, both DOS and Windows, in the electrical/electronic portion of the book. It presents electronic component outlines, symbols, schematics and printed circuit board techniques. Every chapter includes exercises and projects. Appropriate for readers interested in Drafting, Electrical Drafting, Drawing and Sketching.
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Book details

List price: $183.53
Copyright year: 1997
Publisher: Prentice Hall PTR
Publication date: 8/2/1996
Binding: Hardcover
Pages: 440
Size: 8.75" wide x 11.25" long x 1.00" tall
Weight: 2.442
Language: English

Communication and Instrumentation
Graphics Language
Types of Drawings
Drafting Standards
Definitions
Projections
Instrumentation
Objectives of Drafting
Charts, Graphs and Curves
Pie Charts
Bar Charts
Curve Plotting
Basic Techniques for Drawing Lines and Letters
Alphabet of Lines
Methodology of Drawing Lines
Techniques of Lettering
Uniformity and Stability
Guide Lines and Guides
Basic Geometric Constructions
Basic Constructions
Bisecting Figures
Dividing Lines
Construction of Various Shapes
Multiview Projection
Orthographic Projections
Visualization
Basic and Orthographic Dimensioning with Tolerances
Basic Dimensioning
Orthographic Dimensioning
Baseline System. Hole-to-Hole System
Coordinate System
Baseline System Without Dimension Lines
Tabular Dimensions
Irregularly Shaped Curves
Common Dimensioning Errors
Slots
Hole Patterns
Countersink and Counterbore
Tolerances
Isometric and Oblique Views
Isometric Projection
Isometric Drawings
Oblique Projection
Production Drawings
Assembly Drawings
Detail Drawings
Parts Lists
Title Blocks
Revision Blocks
Drawing Notes
Drawing Zones
Catalog Parts and Catalog Usage
Computer-Aided Drafting
Computer Hardware
Introduction to AutoCAD
Starting a Drawing
Units
Limits
Grid
Snap
Toggle Keys
Point Entry
Lines
Sample Problem SP9-1
Erase and Oops
Undo
Redo
Zoom
Redraw
Save
Text/Edit
Sample Problem SP9-2
Prototype Drawing
Drawing Formats
Plot
Block Diagrams, Logic Diagrams and Component Outlines
Block Diagrams
Logic Diagrams
Logic Symbols and Schematic Diagrams
Component Outlines
CAD Commands
Electronics Symbols
Standards
Symbol Libraries
Symbols and Reference Designators
Symbol Shapes
CAD Commands
Schematic Diagrams
How to Draw Schematic Diagrams
Crossovers and Intersections
Basic Circuits
Integrated Circuits in Schematic Diagrams
CAD Commands
Printed Circuit Diagrams
Printed Circuit Board
Working from Schematics
Design Principles
Space Allocation Layouts (Master Layouts)
Conductor Paths
Film Masters/Tape Masters
Soldering Masks and Drill Drawings
Double- sided PC Boards
Component Outline Drawings
CAD Commands
Wiring Diagrams
Wire and Wire Gage
Continuous Line Wiring Diagrams
Interrupted Line Wiring Diagrams
Harness Assembly Drawings
CAD Commands
Residential and Industrial Electrical Wiring Diagrams
Basic Architectural Drafting
Electrical Symbols
Locating Switches and Outlets
Electrical Terminology
Basic Power Systems
One- Line Diagrams
How to Read a One-Line Diagram
How to Draw a One-Line Diagram
Ladder Diagrams
How to Read a Ladder Diagram
How to Draw a Ladder Diagram
How to Label a Ladder Diagram
Riser Diagrams
How to Read a Riser Diagram
How to Draw a Riser Diagram
CAD Commands
Appendixes
Standard Thread Sizes
Standard Metric Threads
Bibliography
Index