Engineering Graphics & Design

Faculty
Science & Technology
Department
Engineering
Course Code
ENGR 1110
Credits
3.00
Semester Length
15 weeks
Max Class Size
36
Method Of Instruction
Lecture
Lab
Typically Offered
To be determined
Campus
Online

Overview

Course Description
This course is intended for students proceeding to studies in Applied Science/Engineering. This is a project-based course focusing on design and design-analysis. Students will learn the role of technical drawing in project design and produce two-dimensional and three-dimensional technical drawings. This course replaces APSC 1110.
Course Content

The Engineering Design Process:

  1. Object design analysis.
  2. Group design vs individual design.
  3. Project proposal and needs assessment.
  4. Background research.
  5. Application of engineering and scientific principles.
  6. Assessment of internal and external design constraints.
  7. Communication and documentation of designs.

Graphical methods in engineering design:

  1. Projection
  2. Orthographic projection
  3. Multi-view drawings
  4. Auxiliary drawings
  5. Isometric drawings
  6. Dimensioning and Tolerancing
  7. Sectioning
Methods Of Instruction

The course consists of

  • a one-hour lecture per week
  • one hour of in-class assignment work
  • two hours of lab work
Means of Assessment

Evaluation will be carried out in accordance with Douglas College policy. The instructor will present a written course outline with specific evaluation criteria at the beginning of the semester. Evaluation will be based on the following:

Assignments - 20-30%

There is an option for on-line assignments. 

Group Project - 20-30%

Midterm Project - 20-30%

Final Project - 30-40%

Learning Outcomes

The student will be able to:

  1. Analyze everyday objects using industrial design principles; Describe how the object affects daily life. Suggest design improvements.
  2. Critically investigate and assess needs and requirements of an assigned project.
  3. Undertake research to identify background information relevant to the execution of a design project, including: engineering and scientific principles and methods; prior art; regulatory, social, business, and environmental considerations.
  4. Apply creative thinking to develop innovative solutions for engineering design problems.
  5. Apply a formal decision making method to assist in choosing between alternative conceptual designs.
  6. Apply informed judgment in deciding when and how to revisit an earlier stage of the design process (i.e. when and how to iterate).
  7. Apply engineering and scientific principles and methods in developing a detailed design.
  8. As part of the overall design process, create and interpret CAD drawings.
  9. Explain the role of technical drawing as part of the overall project design process.
  10. Translate between various representations of an object (i.e. solid, orthographic representation, verbal description, mental picture).
  11. Prepare pictorial and orthographic sketches and drawings by hand and computer as part of a project design.
  12. Create and interpret two-dimensional CAD drawings as part of the project design process.
  13. Create and interpret three-dimensional renderings in 3D CAD software such as Sketchup, Solidwork or equivalent, as part of a detailed project design.
  14. Analyze and solve two- and three-dimensional design problems by graphical means.
Textbook Materials

Students should consult the bookstore for information on textbook and other required materials.  

Examples of textbooks under consideration include:

  • Earle, J.H. Engineering Design Graphics (current edition), Prentice Hall
  • Randy H Shih, AutoCAD Tutorial, Schroff Development Corporation (SDC)
  • Set of drawing equipment including but not limited to a geometric compass and a ruler of minimum 15 cm length

Requisites

Prerequisites

B.C. Pre-calculus 12 with a grade of C or higher

Corequisites

None. 

Equivalencies

None. 

Requisite for

None. 

Course Guidelines

Course Guidelines for previous years are viewable by selecting the version desired. If you took this course and do not see a listing for the starting semester / year of the course, consider the previous version as the applicable version.

Course Transfers

Institution Transfer Details Effective Dates
Capilano University (CAPU) CAPU APSC 130 (3) 2015/01/01 to -
College of New Caledonia (CNC) CNC APSC 120 (3) 2015/09/01 to -
College of the Rockies (COTR) COTR APSC 1XX (3) 2015/09/01 to -
Columbia College (COLU) COLU APSC 151 (4) 2015/09/01 to -
Kwantlen Polytechnic University (KPU) KPU APSC 1151 (3) 2015/09/01 to -
North Island College (NIC) NIC ENR 151 (3) 2015/09/01 to -
Northern Lights College (NLC) No credit 2015/09/01 to -
Simon Fraser University (SFU) SFU ENSC 204 (1) & SFU ENSC 1XX (2) 2015/09/01 to -
Thompson Rivers University (TRU) TRU DRAF 1520 (3) 2015/09/01 to -
University Canada West (UCW) No credit 2015/09/01 to -
University of British Columbia - Okanagan (UBCO) UBCO APSC 171 (3) 2015/09/01 to -
University of British Columbia - Vancouver (UBCV) UBCV APSC 151 (3) 2016/09/01 to -
University of Northern BC (UNBC) UNBC ENGR 152 (1) 2017/05/01 to -
University of Victoria (UVIC) UVIC MECH 200 (1.5) 2015/09/01 to 2017/04/30
University of Victoria (UVIC) UVIC ENGR 112 (1) 2017/05/01 to -
Vancouver Island University (VIU) VIU ENGR 1st (3) 2015/09/01 to -

Course Offerings

Winter 2021

CRN
Days
Dates
Start Date
End Date
Instructor
Status
Location
15311
Mon Wed
04-Jan-2021
- 12-Apr-2021
04-Jan-2021
12-Apr-2021
Verma
Nakul
Open
Online
This course will include some synchronous on-line activities. Students should plan to be available on-line at scheduled course times. Synchronous on-line activities may include lecture, or they may not. In some courses, synchronous class time may be used instead for active learning components (e.g. discussions, labs).
Max
Enrolled
Remaining
Waitlist
36
0
36
0
Days
Building
Room
Time
Mon Wed
16:30 - 18:20