Purpose To enable the student to draw curves of interpenetration and develop shapes of objects, make assembly drawings, sectioning, dimensioning and detailing of engineering drawings.

Learning outcomes At the end of this course, the student should be able to;

1. Develop shapes based on interpenetration of solids or hollow sections

2. Draw sectional views and explain their importance.

3. Make and prepare assembly drawings given various components.

 4. Apply dimensioning, tolerances, surface quality and machining symbols in engineering drawing.

MME 2121 ENGINEERING DRAWING II COURSE OUTLINE.docxMME 2121 ENGINEERING DRAWING II COURSE OUTLINE.docx

Purpose To enable the student to draw curves of interpenetration and develop shapes of objects, make assembly drawings, sectioning, dimensioning and detailing of engineering drawings.

Learning outcomes At the end of this course, the student should be able to;

1. Develop shapes based on interpenetration of solids or hollow sections

2. Draw sectional views and explain their importance.

3. Make and prepare assembly drawings given various components.

 4. Apply dimensioning, tolerances, surface quality and machining symbols in engineering drawing.

MME 2121 ENGINEERING DRAWING II COURSE OUTLINE.docxMME 2121 ENGINEERING DRAWING II COURSE OUTLINE.docx

Design of transmission systems equips learners with practical skills necessary for design of power transmitting components in mechanical engineering. The course builds up necessary hands on workshop experience and knowledge for design projects which students undertake in fifth year.

The course outline is rich with design concepts for clutch, brake, belts, chains, cams among others.

At the end of this unit, the student should be able to:

1. Select and use drawing tools and equipment.

2. Construct loci of points in mechanisms, orthographic and pictorial views commonly encountered in engineering drawing.

3. Make basic electrical and piping drawings or freehand sketches 

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