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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1889-1890-186

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186 engineering Third Year-Tuesday 15 to Friday 15 to in the Michaelmas and Lent Terms and 15 to in the Easter Term Students in this section are required to pass through the following course of work Practical Plane Geometry includ- ing the construction of Polygons and of the Ellipse Cycloid and other curves the creation of similar areas the enlarge- ment and reduction of irregular figures the application to geometric design and other practical work such as the setting out of wheels and the like The construction of plain and diagonal Scales Representative Fractions The orthographic projection parallel to or at an angle with the vertical or horizontal plane of geometric and other 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 Arctiitec- 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 of 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 &a and drawing to scale from examples from models or from actual machines in plans elevations and sections Instruction is also given in Freehand and Model Drawing Occasional Students may take up any branch of the Course which they may wish to follow
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