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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1926-1927-215

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216 FACULTY OF ENGINEBBING CIVIL AND MECHANICAL ENGINEERING -Engineering Drawing and Design First Year Two half-days per week -Lecture and Drawing Office Drawing Instruments and Scales-Principles of Plane Geometry including construction of figures of equal area curves and the appli- cation of Geometry to setting out wheel teeth cams &c -Solid Geometry-Orthographic and Isometric Projection-Interpenetration of Solids and Development of Surfaces-Sketching from Models and Machine Parts-Drawing from Sketches-Projection-Explanation of Drawings and Drawing Conventions-Dimensioning-Colouring- Shading-The Design of Simple Machine parts including Rivets and Riveted Joints-Screwthreads Studs Bolts and Nuts-Joints for Prevention of Leakage-Jointing Materials-Joints for Transmission of Power-Pulleys and Belting-Keys Gibs and Cotters-Shafts and Shaft Couplings-Stuffing Boxes and Bearings-Varieties of Cocks and Valves-Flap Valves-Lift or Poppet Valves-Screw-down Valves- Simple Design Calculations Fees -£8 8s Winter Session £4 4s Summer Session Ys-Applied Mechanics First Year One Lecture per week and one half-day Practical Work Lectures and Drawing -Manufacture Properties and Uses of Common Materials-Stress and Strain-Moduli of Elasticity- Tension Compression Shear-Resilience-Simple Bending and Torsion-Thin Cylinders and Spheres-Behaviour of Common Materials under Stress-Elastic and Ultimate Strength-Ductility-Plasticity- Testing Materials-Effect of Shape of Specimen-Determination of Forces in Framed Structures and of Reactions Bending Moments and Shearing Forces in Beams-Determination of Areas Centroids and Moments of Inertia-Graphic Differentiation and Integration of Curves-Velocity and Acceleration Diagrams-Use of Slide Rule Laboratory -Use of Micrometers Vernier-Callipers and Protractor and of Weighing Apparatus-Experiments on Equilibrium of Uniplanar Forces and their Moments-Centre of Gravity-Friction of Non-lubricated Surfaces and of Belt on Pulley-Mechanical Advantage and Velocity-Ratio of Simple Machines-Linear and Angular Momentum-Moment of Inertia-Simple and Compound Pendulums- Linear and Torsional Oscillations-Specific Gravity of Liquids and Solids-Buoyancy-Hydrostatic Pressure-Boyle's Law Tensional Tests of Iron and Steel Bars and of Wires-Load-Elongation Diagram- Determination of Young's Modulus-Compression and Shearing Tests
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