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Descriptive Geometry
By the descriptive geometry the students get knowledge about the basic projection methods - Monge projection, axonometry and elevation projection, which give the students the intellectual capability of space perception and the principles of its graphical representation. The students get knowledge and skills for drawing of solids, of plane solid’s sections and their mutual intersection, for finding of the real form of figures in different projections and for drawing of earth surface and roads ...
Descriptive Geometry
By the descriptive geometry the students get knowledge's about the basic projection methods – Monge projection, axonometry and level mark projection, which give the students the intellectual capability of space perception and the principles of its graphical representation. Methods for drawing of surfaces, of plane sections and of mutual intersections, for depicting of parts of earth surface are studied.
Descriptive Geometry
By the descriptive geometry the students get knowledge's about the basic projection methods – Monge projection, axonometry and level mark projection, which give the students the intellectual capability of space perception and the principles of its graphical representation. Methods for drawing of surfaces, of plane sections and of mutual intersections, for depicting of parts of earth surface are studied.
Descriptive Geometry
By the descriptive geometry the students get knowledge's about the basic projection methods – Monge projection, axonometry and level mark projection, which give the students the intellectual capability of space perception and the principles of its graphical representation. Methods for drawing of surfaces, of plane sections and of mutual intersections, for depicting of parts of earth surface are studied.
Descriptive Geometry
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By the descriptive geometry the students get knowledge about the basic projection methods – Monge projection, axonometry and level mark projection, which give the students the intellectual capability of space perception and the principles of its graphical representation. Methods for drawing of surfaces, of plane sections and of mutual intersections, for depicting of parts of earth surface and roads are studied.
Descriptive Geometry
By the descriptive geometry the students get knowledge about the basic projection methods – Monge projection, axonometry and level mark projection, which give the students the intellectual capability of space perception and the principles of its graphical representation. Methods for drawing of surfaces, of plane sections and of mutual intersections, for depicting of roads in topographic area are studied.
Descriptive Geometry
By the descriptive geometry the students get knowledge about the basic projection methods – Monge projection, axonometry and level mark projection and perspective which give the students the intellectual capability of space perception and the principles of its graphical representation. Methods for drawing of surfaces, of plane sections and of mutual intersections, for depicting of roads in topographic area are studied.
Descriptive Geometry
By the descriptive geometry the students get knowledge's about the basic projection methods – Monge projection, axonometry and level mark projection, which give the students the intellectual capability of space perception and the principles of its graphical representation. Methods for drawing of surfaces, of plane sections and of mutual intersections, for depicting of parts of earth surface are studied.
Descriptive Geometry
Descriptive geometry is a branch of the mathematic modelling, which studies the methods for constructing and practical use of plane models-drawings of spatial forms. The teaching material covers the most important aspects of the three projections complementing each other – the Monge projection, the axonometry and the perspective. Information about rotary, helicoidal and rectilinear surfaces and representation of shadows have an important place. The studying of descriptive geometry in a ...
Descriptive Geometry - exercises
On the basis of the main principles of Descriptive Geometry, students prepare three course drawings of architectural forms with shadows, rectilinear surfaces, and objects in perspective. Students acquire skills for drawing of 3D-objects by hand or with the help of CAD-systems.
Engineering Graphics
Layout of drawing sheets, general principles of presentation, scales, dimensioning, lettering and title blocks in the technical drawings, designing of the materials, geometrical constructions and graphical presentation of steel and steel – concrete constructions according to the rules of БДС and ISO are taught.
Engineering Graphics
Layout of drawing sheets, general principles of presentation, scales, dimensioning, lettering and title blocks in the technical drawings, designing of the materials, geometrical constructions and graphical presentation of steel and steel – concrete constructions according to the rules of БДС and ISO are taught.
Engineering Graphics
Layout of drawing sheets, general principles of presentation, scales, dimensioning, lettering and title blocks in the technical drawings, designing of the materials, geometrical constructions and graphical presentation of steel and steel – concrete constructions according to the rules of БДС and ISO are taught.
Engineering Graphics
Layout of drawing sheets, general principles of presentation, scales, dimensioning, lettering and title blocks in the technical drawings, designing of the materials, geometrical constructions and graphical presentation of steel and steel – concrete constructions according to the rules of БДС and ISO are taught.
Engineering Graphics
Layout of drawing sheets, general principles of presentation, scales, dimensioning, lettering and title blocks in the technical drawings, designing of the materials, geometrical constructions and graphical presentation of steel and steel – concrete constructions according to the rules of БДС and ISO are taught.
Geometrical Basics of Perspective
The aim of this course is the applications of the perspective rules in photogrametry and cartography, based on the existing projective transformations. Some elements of the projective geometry are studied-harmonic ratio, collineation, homology. The basic tasks by central projection and perspective on oblique plane are considered. The opposite problem for reconstruction of an object by given photo is represented from theoretical point of view finding collineation as well as from practical point ...