Subject: Engineering Graphic Communications (06 - M108)


Basic Information

CategoryTheoretical-methodological
Scientific or art field:Machine Elements,Construction Principles, Machine and Mechanizm Theory, Power and Motion Transfer and Eng.Communication
InterdisciplinaryNo
ECTS9
Native organizations units

Chair of Animation in Engineering
Course specification

Course is active from 01.10.2005..

Development of spatial imagination and visualization, acquiring engineering knowledge on the most rational graphic representation of combined forms. Teaching students to be able to independently develop technical drawing manually or using a computer.
Understanding geometrical structure of 3D shapes and their optimal 2D representation. Use of computer in design and development of technical documentation on the basis of the designed model.
Representation of space, projecting (orthogonal, cavalier and axonometric). Fundamental elements of geometry. Transformation, rotation. Regular polyhedrons. Perspective co linearity and affinity, transitional developmental surfaces. Constructive processing of basic geometric surfaces and bodies used in mechanical engineering. Characteristic views. Piping problems. Fundamental notions on the engineering design process. Introduction to engineering graphic communications. Basic equipment and supplementary elements. Standards and standard numbers. Technical drawing standards. Basic elements of engineering geometry. Coordinate systems. Descartes, polar, cylindrical, spherical, absolute and relative coordinates. Fundamentals in engineering graphics. 2D space and 2D transformations: translation, rotation, scaling, complex transformations. Drawing objects from multiple views. Cross sections. Drawing objects from one view. Axonometry. Cavalier projection. Perspective. Other ways of graphic representation. Visualization. Visualization techniques with engineering drawings. Hidden lines and surfaces. Structure of data for engineering graphics. Engineering graphics standards. Dimensioning. Tolerancing. Shape and position tolerances. Maximum material condition. Marking the quality of surface. Assembly drawing. Workshop drawing. Schematic drawing. Fundamentals in computer aided product design.
Lectures, computer and graphic practice, consultations.
AuthorsNameYearPublisherLanguage
S. Navalušić, Z. MilojevićInženjerske grafičke komunikacije, skripta2005FTN, Novi SadSerbian language
Ratko ObradovićKonstruktivna geometrija, autorizovana predavanja - skripta2005FTN, Novi SadSerbian language
G. Bertoline, E, Wiebe, and others Fundamentals of graphics communication, third edition 2002 McGraw-Hill English
F. Giesecke, A. Mitchell, and others Modern Graphics Communication, second edition 2001 Prentice Hall English
J. Earle Engineering Design and Graphics, eleventh edition 2004 Pearson Education Inc English
Steve SlabyFundamentals of Three-Dimensional Descriptive Geometry1966Harcourt, Brace & World, Inc.English
Lazar DovnikovićNacrtna geometrija1994Univerzitet u Novom SaduEnglish
Course activity Pre-examination ObligationsNumber of points
Project taskYesYes15.00
Project taskYesYes15.00
TestYesYes10.00
TestYesYes10.00
Exercise attendanceYesYes5.00
PresentationYesYes10.00
Lecture attendanceYesYes5.00
Practical part of the exam - tasksNoYes30.00
Name and surnameForm of classes
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Navalušić Slobodan
Full Professor

Lectures
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Obradović Ratko
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Lectures
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Milojević Zoran
Full Professor

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Nedučin Dejana
Assistant Professor

Practical classes
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Mitov Dejan

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Knežević Ivan
Assistant - Master

Computational classes
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Milojević Zoran
Full Professor

Computational classes