This course aims to enhance perceptibility spatial form. Descriptive geometry is a branch of learning to solve geometrical problem by rational transformation of shape on the sheet without any numerical expression.
The course is based on the third angle projection method. The students will understand descriptive geometry by solving geometric problems
The students will enhance perceptibility of spacial form by solving typical problems about descriptive geometry.
The third angle projection method, true length of a line, auxiliary view, single-curved surfaces, cutting plane
|✔ Specialist skills||Intercultural skills||Communication skills||Critical thinking skills||✔ Practical and/or problem-solving skills|
The corresponding exercise problems are given in the next class after the each lecture.
|Course schedule||Required learning|
|Class 1||Lecture: Drawing of line by the third projection method, determination method of true length and slope of a line||Drawing exercise of parallel lines and circles with a compass and triangle rulers|
|Class 2||Exercise: Drawing of line by the third projection method, determination method of true length and slope of a line||Exercise problems related to the first lecture|
|Class 3||Lecture: Successive auxiliary view, solving method of problems by auxiliary method|
|Class 4||Exercise: Successive auxiliary view, solving method of problems by auxiliary method||Exercise problems related to the second lecture|
|Class 5||Lecture: Solving method to determine piercing point and line, representation of single-curved surfaces|
|Class 6||Exercise: Solving method to determine piercing point and line, representation of single-curved surfaces||Exercise problems related to the third lecture|
|Class 7||Lecture: Cutting plane of a spacial object|
|Class 8||Exercise: Cutting plane of a spacial object||Exercise problems related to the fourth lecture|
Descriptive geometry based on the third projection method (in Japanese) ISBN 978-4-627-66731-0
Course materials are provided during class.
Students' course scores are based on the exercises(30%) and the final exams(70%).