ERT 148/2 COMPUTER AIDED ENGINEERING DESIGN
This course introduces and elaborates designing and modeling techniques commonly used in mechanical and civil designs covering 2-D and 3-D geometry related to drafting and design of mechanical and structural components and/or systems in Biosystems Engineering. The primary software used is AUTODESK’s AutoCAD and Inventor Pro.
Ability to apply designing and modelling techniques to construct engineering drawing using CAD.
Ability to compose 2D and 3D model to produce solution related to the engineering drawing problem.
Ability to use Autodesk software to construct engineering model and evaluate behaviour of the constructed model.
Ability to propose and justify an engineering model by preparing written report.
Ibrahim Zeid. CAD/CAM Theory and Practice, McGraw Hill International. New York. 2010.
David Madsen. Engineering Drawing and Design. Cengage Learning. 2011.
Ullman, D.G. The Mechanical Design Process. 3rd ed. McGraw-Hill. New York. 2003.
Dnaher, S. The Complete Guide to Digital 3D Design. ILEX. Cambridge. 2004.
Calmettes, J.M. Best of 3D Virtual Product Design. Page One Publishing Pte. Ltd. Singapore. 2005.
Hannah, B. Becoming a Product Designer. John Wiley and Sons. New York. 2004.