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School of Chemical and Environmental Engineering

Now offering two distinct diplomas: Chemical Engineering and Environmental Engineering

Environmental Systems Using Computer Aided Design

Course Information:

Course ID:ENVE 133
Type of course:Required course
Semester:Fall
Credits:4
ΕCTS:4
Teaching Hours:Th=2, E=0, L=3

Instructors:  Assistant Professor A. Tsouchlaraki (Faculty Member - EnvEng)

Textbooks (Eudoxus):

  • Book [12395]: Τεχνική σχεδίαση με το AutoCAD, Bethune James D.
  • Book [59384336]: ΤΕΧΝΙΚΟ ΣΧΕΔΙΟ ΜΕ AUTOCAD, ΣΑΡΑΦΗΣ ΗΛΙΑΣ, ΤΣΕΜΠΕΚΛΗΣ ΣΠΥΡΟΣ, ΚΑΖΑΝΙΔΗΣ ΙΩΑΝΝΗΣ

Eclass:

  •  Registration not required

Course contents:

  • Theory:
    • Scale
    • Area of rectilinear figure
    • Area of curved figure
    • Cartesian and polar coordinates
    • Elevation and elevation zone
    • Slopes
    • Contour lines
    • Incisions and visibility
    • Ground plan
    • Plan and elevation
  • Exercises:
    • Historical data for the program Autocad.
    • Description of the design environment (environmental tour of AutoCAD).
    • Introduction  (how  to  run  commands,  Drawing  units  /  limits,  procurement  before  design,  setting environmental design (tools <options <display), shortcut menus, function keys, toolbars)
    • File Manager (open file, create a new file - file without creating settings, file creation using standard file  creation  using  wizard),  Save  the  file,  file  simultaneous appearance  on  the  screen,  close  the  file, send file with email, file information.
    • Screen  management  commands  (Zoom,  Pan,  Aerial  design,  cleaning  the  screen,  display  window view, display quality circles and arcs).
    • Absolute/relative Cartesian coordinates.
    • Drawing commands (line).
    • Polar coordinates
    • Precision Mechanisms OSNAPS (endpoint & midpoint)
    • Design Commands (point, rectangular)
    • Design Commands (other than Line - point  - rectangular)
    • Object editing commands (Erase, Copy, offset, Fillet, Chamfer, move, Trim, Extend, Lengthen)
    • Object editing commands (Scale, Stretch, Rotate, array, mirror, explode)
    • Grips (controls)
    • Dimensions
    • Marking
    • Insert text
    • Layers
    • Insert Block

Laboratory exercises:

  • Thirteen lab exercises: 50% of the Lab grade
  • Final written lab exam: 50% of the Lab grade

Assessment and grading method:

  • Lab work, 40% of the grade
  • Exercises on theory, 10% of the grade
  • Final closed-book written exam, 50% of the grade

 


Last modification: 29-08-2018