Topics of descriptive geometry for students of engineering faculty
Author(s): Mohammed Erfan Arif
Abstract: Descriptive Geometry (DG) is a graphical and mathematical course that describing with the empirical performance of the process indication as well as with the applied and development of object in axonometric or space by ways of conceptual drawings. Due to the changes in the programmed to the reducing portion of DG in the course of engineering studies it is on longer possible to lecture DG even incompletely to its complete extent. As support to the development of Program of “Descriptive Geometry for engineering” The graphical topics actually applied by professional engineers as well as those witch help the students straight or indirectly in increasing skills fundamental in the daily work of professional engineers are explored.