Sunday, September 11, 2022

Civil Engineering Drawing Sessional (Lab Manual) - PDF

This course is designed to provide civil engineering undergraduates with basic understanding of the theory and practice of engineering drawings. Students will learn to read and construct all architectural, structural and other drawings by means of discussions and drawing examples related to existing buildings or projects. It includes lettering, plane geometry, different geometric constructions, types of lines, perspective projections, orthographic projections, structural floor plan of a building and detailing for typical reinforced concrete structural members. This Lab manual was prepared with the help of

“Beginner’s guide to Engineering Drawing” by Dr. E. R. Latifee and some other lecture notes.

Table of Contents :
  1. Traditional Drawing Tools
  2. Standard Engineering Lettering
  3. Different Geometric Constructions
  4. Types of Lines
  5. Perspective Projections
  6. Orthographic Projections and Isometric Drawing
  7. Structural drawing – Plan view, Elevation view and Cross sectional view
  8. Structural drawing –Isolated footing and beam longitudinal and cross sectional views
  9. Structural drawing – Slab and Stair reinforcement detailing

Appendix 1 Lab Report Format

1. All students must have a same colored printed cover page. The design of cover page is provided with the lab manual. Students have to compose only the course teacher’s name and designation and their information.
2. An index is provided. It should be printed and set after the cover page. Table may be filled up by pen during each submission after that particular subject has been covered.
3. Each report must have a common top page. Only the experiment name and no. and the date may be filled up by pen. A top page design is provided.
4. A4 papers have to be used for preparing the lab report

Appendix 2 Lab Instructions
1. All students must be present at the class just in time.
2. All students must have to submit the lab report just after the entrance and before the class start.
3. Lab reports have to be submitted serially according to Student’s ID.
4. Strict discipline must be maintained in the classroom. Useless chattering and gossiping during class time in the teachers’ presence is not acceptable under any circumstances whatsoever.

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