Mühendislik Çizimi ve Tasarıma Giriş (ME 182)
Mühendislik temel tasarım prensipleri, çizim dili. Temel geometri, paralellik, diklik, kesişim ve teğetlik. CAD sistemi kullanarak çizim. Üretim süreçleri ve katı modelleme unsurları. Projeksiyon ve kesit projeksiyonu. Tasarım çizimleri ile çalışma, boyutlandırma, toleranslar. Montaj resimleri.
General Description: This course is the premiere in the ME Curriculum Design Track. The Design Track includes a series of courses laid out in the four year undergraduate program (a.k.a. the CURRICULUM)
Note that, all the connecting arrows do not necessarily imply a prerequisite relationship between the connected courses. The textbook for the course is Engineering Design Graphics (2nd ed) by Leake and Borgerson.
people & locations
asst. prof. ali fethi OKYAR
tel: (216) 578-0468 ext.1468
office hours: tba
tel: (216) 578-0000 ext.3058
office hours: tba
|student assistants and group mentors|
|okan ÇOBANOĞLU||gökay GÜNEY|
|barış SOLMAZ||oğuz PAMUKÇU|
|ümitcan GÜLER||batı ALTINDAĞ|
|samim DURMAZ||ufuktan BALER|
Students will be grouped in threes and a mentor will be assigned to each group. Each group will make at least seven meetings with their mentors during the semester. Mentors are responsible from helping the students with their course progress, and in monitoring the project progress.
The Gantt chart provided below will be followed. The work items, deliverables and events are all visible in the diagram. You should give your best effort in order to follow the diagram in a timely fashion. Timeliness is very important for the success of the entire project.
code of conduct
drawing and measurement tools:
Students are expected to bring the following list of items to every lecture and lab session.
- Two mechanical pencils (A 0.5 for fine lines with H grade lead and a 0.7 for bold lines with B grade). You can also use regular pencils.
- A pencil sharpener, if applicable to the first item.
- An quality eraser (preferably a Staedtler).
- A sketchbook for taking notes and sketching (A4 size).
- A Vernier caliper (metric scale, minimum precision of 1/20 mm).
- 1/3 : assignments (in-class). Students will be graded based on both their lab (1/6) and lecture (1/6) performances.
- 1/3 : project. The project grading will be according to the below table.
- 1/3 : final. The final is composed of two parts. These are the written (1/6) and the on-site CAD (1/6) exams.
Students who fail to attend at least 12 lectures, or at least 12 lab sessions will fail the course (80% show-up in attendance records). Note that a major portion of the overall grade is based on in-class performance, thus missing a class will also affect your grade.
- Graded lab activities will weigh about one-sixth of the course grade.
- Each student will work on his/her own during the lab session, unless there is an insufficient number of workstations. In that case, students who do not have workstation access will be grouped in pairs, with those who do.
- Each lab session will weigh about TEN point credits, and grading will be subjectively based on students’ performance.
- Students are responsible from bringing the drawing instruments and their calipers. Failure to do so (coming to the lab with missing equipment) will be penalized by missing that weeks lab.
- Students busy with WEB SURFING, CHATTING, or being involved with other extra-curricular activities will be WARNED once. If, they continue in these activities, they will be DISMISSED OFF that lab session, receive ZERO CREDIT, and be DELETED OFF that weeks lab attendance.
- Graded lecture activities will weigh about one-sixth of the course grade.
- Students will be engaged in FREE-HAND SKETCHING activities during the lectures.
- Each lecture a number of sketching exercises, weighing around TEN point credits will be assigned, and its grading will be subjectively based on students’ performance.
- Students are responsible from bringing all necessary drawing tools, drawing paper, measurement items, block models, and whatever is expected of them during that week. Failure to do so will be penalized by missing that weeks lecture.
- Graded behavioral activities will have effect your grade.
- Timing is very important in project management. Your timeliness will constantly monitored by the group mentors throughout the semester, and will be awarded/penalized with a plus/minus, respectively.
- A Student may receive a plus or minus during a session (lecture or lab).
- Minuses are given for side-tracking (not following the course activities). In lab sessions, student busy with WEB SURFING, CHATTING, or being involved with other activities will be marked with a minus sign.
- Students asking questions to motivate the topic, showing extra effort in their work will be marked with a plus.
- Minuses and pluses will be give a cumulative behavioral performance indicator grade at the end of the semester.