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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1875-1876-158

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154 applied sciences portion of country is selected and actually levelled The Section is plotted the Gradients laid down and the various Engineering calculations connected therewith which are required before the Sections are deposited are fully gone into and explained The "Plan" sent in by the Students of the second year and the Section" by those of the third year are each required to be in conformity with the regulations of the "standing orders" of the Houses of Parliament Drawing geometrical architectural engineering and free-hand First Year-Monday 15 to and Thursday to Second Year-Tuesday 15 to 30 Friday 15 to and in the Easter Term to Third Year-Tuesday 15 to Friday 15 to and to and in the Easter Term 15 tc Students carry on their Practical Geometry and their En- gineeriug Mechanical or Architectural Drawing on alternate days Occasional Students can attend daily Saturday excepted geometrical drawing The course comprises the following subjects Practical Plane Geometry -The delineation of the curves required in the Arts such as the Ellipse Cycloid Epicycloid Involutes Spirals The construction of Polygons and mixed figures having an axis of symmetry The construction of Scales plain and diagonal &c Practical Solid Geometry -The deduction of projections of solids in more complicated positions from simpler by the transformation of the co-ordinate planes The mode of re- presenting surfaces by the projection of their generatrices or by contours and of determining tangent and normal planes by means of them The development of ruled surfaces admitting it and of lines lying on them The determination of Shadows by orthogonal or radiating rays on plane and curved surfaces The intersection of surfaces and Problems
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