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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1887-1888-190

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186 APPLIED SCIENCES solids and their sections Isometric projection The pene- tration of solids Colouring and lettering of drawings The perspective projection of objects parallel to or at an angle with the vertical and horizontal planes Development of Surfaces Projection of Shadows The drawing of the surveyor and civil engineer Architec- tural drawing Working drawings of Floors Partitions Stair- cases Roofs and other structural details and architectural design special attention being given to the elements and principles of suitable ornament and general architectural style as Classic Renaissance Gothic &c The preparation of plans elevations and sections to scale and the perspective view of the completed design Mechanical drawing Working drawings cf machinery and engineering details such as the various forms of screws and spur bevel drum cam heart and other varieties of wheels Engineering work involved in the laying out of Railways Bridges Docks &c and drawing to scale from examples from models or from actual machines in plane elevations and sections Occasional Students may take up any branch of the Course which they may wish to follow It will be seen from the above outline of the course of study followed that the Students are not only encouraged to make careful and accurate working drawings directly bearing 011 the subjects in which they receive instruction from the Professors of Building Construction and Manufacturing Art but also receive such practical course of training in the principles and practice of instrumental drawing as enables them to at once enter high class offices on leaving the College The head-knowledge is periodically tested by examinations but as the power of hand is almost equally essential the placing of the Students each year in order of merit depends not only upon the answering of the questions of an examina- tion paper but on the excellence of the whole body of work done All drawings therefore aie retained until th3 end of
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