Price: Rs 325
Pub Date: JUN-08
Publish Status: In Stock
Copyright Year: 2008
This book, meant for the undergraduate students of all disciplines, is written with the intention of developing the basic concepts in the minds of students. With the right blend of theory in the right depth and a wide variety of problems the book is a perfect offering on the subject.
|Key features|| |
Emphasis on the basic concepts: Detailed coverage on the topics related to Projection like Orthographic Projections, Projection of Points, Projection of Straight lines, Projection of Planes and Solids, etc.( the basic topics which builds up the fundamentals in Graphics) enables the students to gain a firm knowledge on the subject.
(Refer chapters 7,8,9,10 and 11of our book.). The same comprehension is missing in the competition books.
Clarity in concepts: Good clarity in concepts with step-by-step explanations in a simplified manner. (Refer Chapter 7 on Orthographic Projections)
Excellent 3D illustrations: Unlike the competition books, our book offers greater clarity in diagrams.
Use of latest version of AutoCAD, 2007: Our book has an edge over the competing books by using the latest version of AutoCAD 2007.
Currentness: Our book uses of the latest version of BIS Codes (SP 46-2003). The competing books do not maintain the currentness, they follow the outdated version of the BIS Codes.
Student Friendliness: Wide variety of solved examples from various university question papers with detailed solutions. ( For Example: Refer Solved examples in chapter 5- Page No. 5.18)
Solved Examples: 550
Review Questions: 100
Objective type Questions: 220
|Table of contents|| |
Chapter 1. Drawing Instruments and Their Uses
Chapter 2. Lines, Lettering and Dimensioning
Chapter 3. Geometrical Construction
Chapter 4. Scales
Chapter 5. Conic Sections
Chapter 6. Roulettes
Chapter 7. Orthographic Projection
Chapter 8. Projections of Points
Chapter 9. Projections of Straight Lines
Chapter 10. Projections of Planes
Chapter 11. Projections of Solids
Chapter 12. Sections of Solids
Chapter 13. Development of Surfaces
Chapter 14. Intersection of Surfaces
Chapter 15. Isometric Projection
Chapter 16. Oblique Projection
Chapter 17. Perspective Projection
Chapter 18. Computer Aided Design (CAD)