Corpus ID: 64926989

Engineering Graphics Literacy: Measuring Students' Ability to Model Objects from Assembly Drawing Information

@inproceedings{Branoff2012EngineeringGL,
  title={Engineering Graphics Literacy: Measuring Students' Ability to Model Objects from Assembly Drawing Information},
  author={Theodore J. Branoff and M. Dobelis},
  year={2012}
}
  • Theodore J. Branoff, M. Dobelis
  • Published 2012
  • Computer Science
  • During the Spring 2011 semester, an engineering graphics literacy assessment was developed by a visiting Fulbright Scholar. The assessment was administered in a junior-level constraint-based modeling course. Twenty-nine students were asked to model seven parts given in an assembly drawing of a device within a 110 minute class period. The parts in the assembly ranged in complexity from a ball to a valve body. Students were given a ruler to measure parts on the B-size drawing and determine sizes… CONTINUE READING
    8 Citations

    References

    SHOWING 1-10 OF 17 REFERENCES
    A Study of Current Trends and Issues Related to Technical/Engineering Design Graphics
    • 17
    THE STATE OF ENGINEERING DESIGN GRAPHICS IN THE UNITED STATES
    • 6
    Interactive Geometric Modeling Using Freehand Sketches
    • 10
    • PDF
    First Year Engineering Graphics Curricula in Major Engineering Colleges
    • 26
    • Highly Influential
    Upstairs/Downstairs in Technical Education: The Unsettling Effects of Computerization
    • 8
    Discussion of the cognition to two disciplines of graphics and engineering graphics
    • Proceedings of the 14 International Conference on Geometry and Graphics,
    • 2010
    Educational Aids in Graphical Education
    • 1
    Engineering graphics education and modern engineering design in China
    • Proceedings of the 14 International Conference on Geometry and Graphics,
    • 2010
    How to determine the optimum representation plan in engineering graphics
    • Proceedings of the 14 International Conference on Geometry and Graphics,
    • 2010