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Engineering design graphics with Autodesk Inventor 2013 / James D. Bethune.

By: Bethune, James D, 1941- [author.].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Upper Saddle River, New Jersey Pearson, [2014]Copyright date: ©2014Edition: 1st ed.Description: viii, 808 pages : illustrations ; 28 cm.Content type: text | still image Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9780133373509 (paperback); 0133373509 (paperback).Subject(s): Autodesk Inventor (Electronic resource) | Autodesk Inventor (Electronic resource) | Engineering graphics | Engineering models -- Data processing | Computer-aided design | Engineering graphics | Engineering models -- Data processingDDC classification: 604.2
Contents:
Machine generated contents note: ch. 1 Get Started -- Chapter Objectives -- Introduction -- Creating a First Sketch -- The Undo Tool -- Creating a Solid Model -- Sample Problem SP1-1 -- Sample Problem SP1-2 Angular Shapes -- Chapter Summary -- Chapter Test Questions -- Chapter Project -- ch. 2 Two-Dimensional Sketching -- Chapter Objectives -- Introduction -- The Sketch Panel -- Line -- Circle -- Arc -- Spline -- Ellipse -- Point -- Rectangle -- Fillet -- Chamfer -- Polygon -- Text -- Dimension -- Constraints -- Rectangular -- Circular -- Mirror -- Move -- Copy -- Rotate -- Trim -- Extend -- Offset -- Editing a Sketch -- Sample Problem SP2-1 -- Chapter Summary -- Chapter Test Questions -- Chapter Project -- ch. 3 3D Models -- Chapter Objectives -- Introduction -- Extrude -- Taper -- ViewCube -- Revolve -- Holes -- Fillet -- Full Round Fillet -- Face Fillet -- Creating a Variable Fillet -- Chamfer -- Face Draft -- Shell -- Split -- Mirror -- Rectangular Pattern -- Circular Pattern -- Sketch Planes -- Editing a 3D Model -- Default Planes and Axes -- Work Planes -- Sample Problem SP3-1 -- Angled Work Planes -- Offset Work Planes -- Work Points -- Ribs (WEBs) -- Loft -- Sweep -- Coil -- Model Material -- Chapter Summary -- Chapter Test Questions -- Chapter Project -- ch. 4 Orthographic Views -- Chapter Objectives -- Introduction -- Fundamentals of Orthographic Views -- Orthographic Views with Inventor -- Isometric Views -- Section Views -- Offset Section Views -- Aligned Section Views -- Detail Views -- Break Views -- Auxiliary Views -- Chapter Summary -- Chapter Test Questions -- Chapter Projects -- ch. 5 Assembly Drawings -- Chapter Objectives -- Introduction -- Bottom-Up and Top-Down Assemblies -- Starting an Assembly Drawing -- Degrees of Freedom -- Moving Components and Rotating Components -- Constrain -- Sample Assembly Problem SP5-1 -- Presentation Drawings -- Animation -- Isometric Drawings -- Assembly Numbers -- Parts List -- Title Block -- Subassemblies -- Drawing Sheets -- Other Types of Drawing Blocks -- Top-Down Assemblies -- Editing a Part within an Assembly Drawing -- Patterning Components -- Mirroring Components -- Copying Components -- Chapter Summary -- Chapter Test Questions -- Chapter Projects -- ch. 6 Threads and Fasteners -- Chapter Objectives -- Introduction -- Thread Terminology -- Thread Callouts -- Metric Units -- Thread Callouts -- ANSI Unified Screw Threads -- Thread Representations -- Internal Threads -- Threaded Blind Holes -- Creating Threaded Holes Using the Hole Tool -- Standard Fasteners -- Sizing a Threaded Hole to Accept a Screw -- Screws and Nuts -- Types of Threaded Fasteners -- Flat Head Screws -- Countersunk Holes -- Counterbores -- Drawing Fasteners Not Included in the Content Center -- Sample Problem SP6-1 -- Washers -- Setscrews -- Rivets -- Sample Problem SP6-2 -- Chapter Summary -- Chapter Test Questions -- Chapter Projects -- ch. 7 Dimensioning a Drawing -- Chapter Objectives -- Introduction -- Terminology and Conventions -- ANSI -- Creating Drawing Dimensions -- Drawing Scale -- Units -- Aligned Dimensions -- Radius and Diameter Dimensions -- Dimensioning Holes -- Sample Problem Sp7-1 -- Dimensioning Counterbored, Countersunk Holes -- Angular Dimensions -- Ordinate Dimensions -- Baseline Dimensions -- Hole Tables -- Locating Dimensions -- Fillets and Rounds -- Rounded Shapes -- Internal -- Rounded Shapes -- External -- Irregular Surfaces -- Polar Dimensions -- Chamfers -- Knurling -- Keys and Keyseats -- Symbols and Abbreviations -- Symmetrical and Centerline Symbols -- Dimensioning to a Point -- Dimensioning Section Views -- Dimensioning Orthographic Views -- 3D Dimensions -- Sample Problem SP7-2 -- Sample Problem SP7-3 -- Chapter Summary -- Chapter Test Questions -- Chapter Projects -- ch. 8 Tolerancing -- Chapter Objectives -- Introduction -- Direct Tolerance Methods -- Tolerance Expressions -- Understanding Plus and Minus Tolerances -- Creating Plus and Minus Tolerances -- Limit Tolerances -- Angular Tolerances -- Standard Tolerances -- Double Dimensioning -- Chain Dimensions and Baseline Dimensions -- Tolerance Studies -- Rectangular Dimensions -- Hole Locations -- Choosing a Shaft for a Toleranced Hole -- Sample Problem SP8-1 -- Sample Problem SP8-2 -- Nominal Sizes -- Standard Fits (Metric Values) -- Hole and Shaft Basis -- Visual Presentations of the Hole and Shaft Tolerances -- Standard Fits (Inch Values) -- Preferred and Standard Sizes -- Surface Finishes -- Surface Control Symbols -- Geometric Tolerances -- Tolerances of Form -- Flatness -- Straightness -- Straightness (RFS and MMC) -- Circularity -- Cylindricity -- Geometric Tolerances Using Inventor -- Tolerances of Orientation -- Datums -- Perpendicularity -- Parallelism -- Angularity -- Profiles -- Runouts -- Positional Tolerances -- Virtual Condition -- Floating Fasteners -- Sample Problem SP8-3 -- Sample Problem SP8-4 -- Fixed Fasteners -- Sample Problem SP8-5 -- Design Problems -- Chapter Summary -- Chapter Test Questions -- Chapter Projects -- ch. 9 Springs -- Chapter Objectives -- Introduction -- Compression Springs -- Extension Springs -- Torsion Springs -- Belleville Springs -- Springs in Assembly Drawings -- Chapter Summary -- Chapter Test Questions -- Chapter Projects -- ch. 10 Shafts -- Chapter Objectives -- Introduction -- Uniform Shafts and Chamfers -- Shafts and Retaining Rings -- Shafts and Keys -- Square Keys -- Pratt and Whitney Keys -- Woodruff Keys -- Shafts with Splines -- Collars -- O-Rings -- Drawing Shafts and Pins Using the Tools Under the Design Tab -- Chapter Summary -- Chapter Test Questions -- Chapter Projects -- ch. 11 Bearings -- Chapter Objectives -- Introduction -- Plain Bearings -- Ball Bearings -- Thrust Bearings -- Chapter Summary -- Chapter Test Questions -- Chapter Projects -- ch. 12 Gears -- Chapter Objectives -- Introduction -- Gear Terminology -- Gear Formulas -- Drawing Gears Using the Gear Tool -- Gear Hubs -- Gear Ratios -- Gear Trains -- Gears with Keyways -- Gear Assemblies -- Bevel Gears -- Supports for Bevel Gears -- Worm Gears -- Supports for Worm Gears -- Chapter Summary -- Chapter Test Questions -- Chapter Projects -- ch. 13 Sheet Metal Drawings -- Chapter Objectives -- Introduction -- Sheet Metal Drawings -- Flat Patterns -- Punch Tool -- Chapter Summary -- Chapter Test Questions -- Chapter Projects -- ch. 14 Weldment Drawings -- Chapter Objectives -- Introduction -- Fillet Welds -- Weldments -- Groove Welds -- Sample Problem SP14-1 -- Chapter Summary -- Chapter Test Questions -- Chapter Project -- ch. 15 Cams -- Chapter Objectives -- Introduction -- Displacement Diagrams -- Drawing a Cam Using Inventor -- Sample Problem SP15-1 -- Cams and Followers -- Chapter Summary -- Chapter Test Questions -- Chapter Projects.
Summary: Using a step-by-step format, this text shows students how to use Autodesk Inventor to create and document designs. Chapter test questions help students assess their understanding of key concepts. Sample problems, end-of-chapter projects, and a variety of additional exercises reinforce the material and allow students to practice the techniques described. The content of the book goes beyond the material normally presented in an engineering graphics text associated with CAD software to include exercises requiring students to design simple mechanisms.
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Includes index.

Machine generated contents note: ch. 1 Get Started -- Chapter Objectives -- Introduction -- Creating a First Sketch -- The Undo Tool -- Creating a Solid Model -- Sample Problem SP1-1 -- Sample Problem SP1-2 Angular Shapes -- Chapter Summary -- Chapter Test Questions -- Chapter Project -- ch. 2 Two-Dimensional Sketching -- Chapter Objectives -- Introduction -- The Sketch Panel -- Line -- Circle -- Arc -- Spline -- Ellipse -- Point -- Rectangle -- Fillet -- Chamfer -- Polygon -- Text -- Dimension -- Constraints -- Rectangular -- Circular -- Mirror -- Move -- Copy -- Rotate -- Trim -- Extend -- Offset -- Editing a Sketch -- Sample Problem SP2-1 -- Chapter Summary -- Chapter Test Questions -- Chapter Project -- ch. 3 3D Models -- Chapter Objectives -- Introduction -- Extrude -- Taper -- ViewCube -- Revolve -- Holes -- Fillet -- Full Round Fillet -- Face Fillet -- Creating a Variable Fillet -- Chamfer -- Face Draft -- Shell -- Split -- Mirror -- Rectangular Pattern -- Circular Pattern -- Sketch Planes -- Editing a 3D Model -- Default Planes and Axes -- Work Planes -- Sample Problem SP3-1 -- Angled Work Planes -- Offset Work Planes -- Work Points -- Ribs (WEBs) -- Loft -- Sweep -- Coil -- Model Material -- Chapter Summary -- Chapter Test Questions -- Chapter Project -- ch. 4 Orthographic Views -- Chapter Objectives -- Introduction -- Fundamentals of Orthographic Views -- Orthographic Views with Inventor -- Isometric Views -- Section Views -- Offset Section Views -- Aligned Section Views -- Detail Views -- Break Views -- Auxiliary Views -- Chapter Summary -- Chapter Test Questions -- Chapter Projects -- ch. 5 Assembly Drawings -- Chapter Objectives -- Introduction -- Bottom-Up and Top-Down Assemblies -- Starting an Assembly Drawing -- Degrees of Freedom -- Moving Components and Rotating Components -- Constrain -- Sample Assembly Problem SP5-1 -- Presentation Drawings -- Animation -- Isometric Drawings -- Assembly Numbers -- Parts List -- Title Block -- Subassemblies -- Drawing Sheets -- Other Types of Drawing Blocks -- Top-Down Assemblies -- Editing a Part within an Assembly Drawing -- Patterning Components -- Mirroring Components -- Copying Components -- Chapter Summary -- Chapter Test Questions -- Chapter Projects -- ch. 6 Threads and Fasteners -- Chapter Objectives -- Introduction -- Thread Terminology -- Thread Callouts -- Metric Units -- Thread Callouts -- ANSI Unified Screw Threads -- Thread Representations -- Internal Threads -- Threaded Blind Holes -- Creating Threaded Holes Using the Hole Tool -- Standard Fasteners -- Sizing a Threaded Hole to Accept a Screw -- Screws and Nuts -- Types of Threaded Fasteners -- Flat Head Screws -- Countersunk Holes -- Counterbores -- Drawing Fasteners Not Included in the Content Center -- Sample Problem SP6-1 -- Washers -- Setscrews -- Rivets -- Sample Problem SP6-2 -- Chapter Summary -- Chapter Test Questions -- Chapter Projects -- ch. 7 Dimensioning a Drawing -- Chapter Objectives -- Introduction -- Terminology and Conventions -- ANSI -- Creating Drawing Dimensions -- Drawing Scale -- Units -- Aligned Dimensions -- Radius and Diameter Dimensions -- Dimensioning Holes -- Sample Problem Sp7-1 -- Dimensioning Counterbored, Countersunk Holes -- Angular Dimensions -- Ordinate Dimensions -- Baseline Dimensions -- Hole Tables -- Locating Dimensions -- Fillets and Rounds -- Rounded Shapes -- Internal -- Rounded Shapes -- External -- Irregular Surfaces -- Polar Dimensions -- Chamfers -- Knurling -- Keys and Keyseats -- Symbols and Abbreviations -- Symmetrical and Centerline Symbols -- Dimensioning to a Point -- Dimensioning Section Views -- Dimensioning Orthographic Views -- 3D Dimensions -- Sample Problem SP7-2 -- Sample Problem SP7-3 -- Chapter Summary -- Chapter Test Questions -- Chapter Projects -- ch. 8 Tolerancing -- Chapter Objectives -- Introduction -- Direct Tolerance Methods -- Tolerance Expressions -- Understanding Plus and Minus Tolerances -- Creating Plus and Minus Tolerances -- Limit Tolerances -- Angular Tolerances -- Standard Tolerances -- Double Dimensioning -- Chain Dimensions and Baseline Dimensions -- Tolerance Studies -- Rectangular Dimensions -- Hole Locations -- Choosing a Shaft for a Toleranced Hole -- Sample Problem SP8-1 -- Sample Problem SP8-2 -- Nominal Sizes -- Standard Fits (Metric Values) -- Hole and Shaft Basis -- Visual Presentations of the Hole and Shaft Tolerances -- Standard Fits (Inch Values) -- Preferred and Standard Sizes -- Surface Finishes -- Surface Control Symbols -- Geometric Tolerances -- Tolerances of Form -- Flatness -- Straightness -- Straightness (RFS and MMC) -- Circularity -- Cylindricity -- Geometric Tolerances Using Inventor -- Tolerances of Orientation -- Datums -- Perpendicularity -- Parallelism -- Angularity -- Profiles -- Runouts -- Positional Tolerances -- Virtual Condition -- Floating Fasteners -- Sample Problem SP8-3 -- Sample Problem SP8-4 -- Fixed Fasteners -- Sample Problem SP8-5 -- Design Problems -- Chapter Summary -- Chapter Test Questions -- Chapter Projects -- ch. 9 Springs -- Chapter Objectives -- Introduction -- Compression Springs -- Extension Springs -- Torsion Springs -- Belleville Springs -- Springs in Assembly Drawings -- Chapter Summary -- Chapter Test Questions -- Chapter Projects -- ch. 10 Shafts -- Chapter Objectives -- Introduction -- Uniform Shafts and Chamfers -- Shafts and Retaining Rings -- Shafts and Keys -- Square Keys -- Pratt and Whitney Keys -- Woodruff Keys -- Shafts with Splines -- Collars -- O-Rings -- Drawing Shafts and Pins Using the Tools Under the Design Tab -- Chapter Summary -- Chapter Test Questions -- Chapter Projects -- ch. 11 Bearings -- Chapter Objectives -- Introduction -- Plain Bearings -- Ball Bearings -- Thrust Bearings -- Chapter Summary -- Chapter Test Questions -- Chapter Projects -- ch. 12 Gears -- Chapter Objectives -- Introduction -- Gear Terminology -- Gear Formulas -- Drawing Gears Using the Gear Tool -- Gear Hubs -- Gear Ratios -- Gear Trains -- Gears with Keyways -- Gear Assemblies -- Bevel Gears -- Supports for Bevel Gears -- Worm Gears -- Supports for Worm Gears -- Chapter Summary -- Chapter Test Questions -- Chapter Projects -- ch. 13 Sheet Metal Drawings -- Chapter Objectives -- Introduction -- Sheet Metal Drawings -- Flat Patterns -- Punch Tool -- Chapter Summary -- Chapter Test Questions -- Chapter Projects -- ch. 14 Weldment Drawings -- Chapter Objectives -- Introduction -- Fillet Welds -- Weldments -- Groove Welds -- Sample Problem SP14-1 -- Chapter Summary -- Chapter Test Questions -- Chapter Project -- ch. 15 Cams -- Chapter Objectives -- Introduction -- Displacement Diagrams -- Drawing a Cam Using Inventor -- Sample Problem SP15-1 -- Cams and Followers -- Chapter Summary -- Chapter Test Questions -- Chapter Projects.

Using a step-by-step format, this text shows students how to use Autodesk Inventor to create and document designs. Chapter test questions help students assess their understanding of key concepts. Sample problems, end-of-chapter projects, and a variety of additional exercises reinforce the material and allow students to practice the techniques described. The content of the book goes beyond the material normally presented in an engineering graphics text associated with CAD software to include exercises requiring students to design simple mechanisms.

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