Course: Technical Drawing

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Course title Technical Drawing
Course code KTE/TGQ
Organizational form of instruction Lecture + Exercise + On-line Activities
Level of course Bachelor
Year of study not specified
Semester Winter
Number of ECTS credits 3
Language of instruction Czech
Status of course Compulsory
Form of instruction Face-to-face
Work placements This is not an internship
Recommended optional programme components None
  • Klement Milan, doc. PhDr. Ph.D.
  • Dostál Jiří, doc. PhDr. PaedDr. Ph.D.
  • Kvapil Luděk, Mgr. Ph.D.
Course content
topics: - graphic communication, basic concepts. CSN orientation, principles of engineering drawing, line formats, scaling and orientation in mechanical engineering tables, - projection plane projection on three basic geometric shapes, drawing basic geometric objects, - spatial representation, intersections of simple bodies, cuts and sections, drawing simple machine parts in sections, using cuts and sections when creating drawings, - principles of dimensioning and labeling, dimensioning and creation of engineering drawings, - prescribing precision, dimensional tolerances and their prescription, ways to save, shape tolerance, practical examples of calculations tolerance and their writing, - displaying basic mechanical parts: screws, nuts and washers, drawing bolted joints in mechanical engineering orientation tables - drawing shafts, pins, keys, pens and pins - drawing bearings, springs and gears, - Drawing permanent joints, welding, brazing, drawing simple assemblies and weldments riveted joints, - Drawing and meaning schema, - Production drawings, assembly drawings, description field.

Learning activities and teaching methods
Lecture, Projection (static, dynamic), Grafic and Art Activities
  • Attendace - 48 hours per semester
  • Homework for Teaching - 10 hours per semester
  • Preparation for the Exam - 10 hours per semester
Learning outcomes
Theoretical acquaint students with problems imaging machine parts and units. Interpretation emphasizes the types of imaging techniques used in engineering graphics. Special emphasis then placed on a rectangular display of bodies and objects. It familiarizes students with standards that define the basic elements necessary for creating technical documentation. In conclusion then acquaints students with various types and methods of imaging in other technical fields than engineering (civil, electrical). The practical application of the knowledge that students acquire the lectures is focused on students' ability to independently create drawings of technical objects, the basic machine parts and assemblies for mechanical objects. Students during a cycle of exercises working on a separate assignment that form of self-managed activities to generate in students the necessary habits necessary for further education
After completing the course, students should be especially able to: - describe the concept of normalization, define different types of standards and define the relations between individual types of standards, - list the types of technical drawings, drawings to determine the format and consist of drawings, - describe and apply the scale drawings and define the concept of technical writing, - enumerate using different types of lines, list the basic types of views, - define the concept of projection plane, describe the basic types of screenings and apply basic types of projection used in engineering practice, - describe the technical describe isometrics and isometric cabinet, - name and describe the technical perspectives, name and describe the technical sections and cross sections and to name and describe the technical simplification in imaging, - describe the basic rules and concepts listing, list the individual part dimensions, identify different types of border markers, using both writing their own dimensions and define all three types of systems dimension, using the individual structural dimensioning and geometric elements, - define the notion of toleration, name and describe the general tolerance, to enumerate the different types of storage, surface roughness prescribe, prescribe geometrical tolerances. - define the concept of drawing components define the term assembly drawing, list the major components of title block and explain the concept of inventory items. - characterize detachable parts, explain the problem of displaying bolted connections, view and dimension of each bolt, - display pins and mortise and tenon joint, showing pins and pin connections appear cotter pins and locking rings, pen display connections and enumerate each of these joints, wedge joints display and list each of these connections - understand the issue of displaying shafts and shaft form elements, display bearings and joints, spring show and determine their main characteristics, showing cog wheel and gear, - characterize permanent joints explain the problem of welded joints imaging, display, and each dimension of the weld joint, showing signs of welds, determine the dimensions of the welds,
The practical application of the knowledge that students acquire in the lectures is aimed primarily at students' ability to independently create technical drawings of objects, basic machine components and assemblies for mechanical objects. Students during cycle exercise working on individual assignments, which form self-directed activities to generate the necessary skills students need for further education.

Assessment methods and criteria
Oral exam, Written exam, Seminar Work

Requirements to receive a credit: 1) At least 90% attendance rate at seminars. 2) Written paper. 3) Records on individual seminars. Requirements to pass exam: 1) Passing the practical part of the exam (test) 2) Passing the oral exam.
Recommended literature
  • DRASTÍK, F. (1994). Technické kreslení podle mezinárodních norem I.. Ostrava.
  • Drastík. (1994). Technické kreslení podle mezinárodních norem. Ostrava : Montanex.
  • Friedmann, Z. (1986). Grafická komunikace v technice. Brno : UJEP.
  • Švejda, T. (1995). Technické kreslení. Praha : SNTL.
  • Vávra, P. aj. (1984). Strojnické tabulky pro SPŠS. Praha : SNTL.
  • Vávra. (1984). Strojnické tabulky. Praha : SNTL.
  • Vojtík. (1986). Grafická komunikace. Praha : SNTL.

Study plans that include the course
Faculty Study plan (Version) Branch of study Category Recommended year of study Recommended semester
Faculty of Physical Culture Fundamentals of the technical sciences and information technologies in education (2016) Pedagogy, teacher training and social care 1 Winter
Faculty of Education Fundamentals of the technical sciences and information technologies in education (BB16) Pedagogy, teacher training and social care 1 Winter
Faculty of Education Fundamentals of the technical sciences and information technologies in education (BB16) Pedagogy, teacher training and social care 1 Winter