Integrated course, 2.00 ECTS
• Engineering drawings as an information carrier in production processes
• Basics and structure of standard engineering drawings
• The representation of objects in engineering drawings
(ISO projection methods), sectional view etc.
• Dimensioning and layout of engineering drawings and standard compliant display format simplifications of e.g. threads, standard parts etc.
• Creation and application of free hand sketches for communication
• Independently create an engineering drawing according to a given task
After completing the course, students should have understood the basics of statics and their basic methods of calculation in order to be well prepared for further tasks, especially those of structural mechanics and dynamics.
Students have aquired relevant knowledge about the atomic and molecular structure, properties and origin of materials. They can assess the applicability of the materials discussed and know procedures to verify the expected properties.
After completing the course students should be able to read and understand engineering drawings. They should be able to pass on their own ideas and thoughts with technical freehand sketches to other engineers. They should acquire knowledge about the most important standards and standardization system.
Recommended or required reading and other learning resources / tools
Lecture notes; handouts; A. Böge: Technische Mechanik; D. Gross: Technische Mechanik Bd.1; M. Mayr: Technische Mechanik; Braun, H, u.a.: Fachkunde Metall; M. Merkel, K.l-H. Thomas: Taschenbuch der Werkstoffe; H.-J. Bargel, G. Schulze: Werkstoffkunde; W. W. Seidel, F. Hahn: Werkstoffe - Eigenschaften - Prüfung - Anwendung; H. Hoischen: Praxis des technischen Zeichnens; H.-W. Grollius: Technisches Zeichnen für Maschinenbauer; U. Viebahn: Technisches Freihandzeichnen;
Mode of delivery
Lectures and tutorials
Prerequisites and co-requisites
Assessment methods and criteria
Evaluation of practical course- and project work