Architectural Informatics 2 (BMEEPAGA401)

LECTURER:

 Mr. László STROMMER Ph.D. 

  associate professor 


Frissítve/Last updated: 2017. 02. 01.

Schedule • 2017 Spring semester

Week  Date  Lecture Practice
1.
(1.)
09. Feb.
Thu.
 
• Introduction • Fundamentals of Two-dimensional (2D) Drawing • Specifying Points and Vectors in 2D • • Basics of Two-dimensional (2D) Drawing and Modifying • Drawing Aids (Ortho, OSnap…) • Selection Lists
2.
(2.)
16. Feb.
Thu.
 
  • Points and Vectors in 2D
• Dimensions
3.
(3.)
23. Feb.
Thu.
 
• Layers and Blocks • Dimensions • Paperspace • Viewports • • Blocks, Layers, Attributes (Colors, Linetypes…)
• Paperspace • Viewports • Documentation •
4.
(4.)
02. Mar.
Thu.
 
 
• Preparation for Test 1 •
5.
(5.)
09. Mar.
Thu.
 
 
• Test 1 •
• Submission of Voluntary Homework 1 •
6.
(6.)
16. Mar.
Thu.
 
• Fundamentals of Three-dimensional (3D) Drawing • 3D Coodinate Systems • Views • Projections • • Three-dimensional Modelling
• 3D elements • 3D Views • UCS • Point Filters
7.
(7.)
23. Mar.
Thu.
 
  • Fundamentals of Solid Modelling
• Primitives • Boolean Operations
8.
(8.)
30. Mar.
Thu.
 

• Documentation of 3D Objects • Export and Import •
• Complex Solid Models
• Paperspace – Scales, Dimensions
9.
(9.)
06. Apr.
Thu.
 
 
• Preparation for Test 2 •
10.
(10.)
13. Apr.
Thu.
 

 • Intensive Design Studio Week • 
 

 • Intensive Design Studio Week • 
 
11.
(11.)
20. Apr.
Thu.
 
 
• Test 2 •
• Submission of Voluntary Homework 2 •
12.
(12.)
27. Apr.
Thu.
 
 
• Preparation for Test 3 •
13.
(13.)
04. May.
Thu.
 
 
• Test 3 •
 
14.
(14.)

 • Study Week • 
 

 • Study Week • 
 
Days off: • 15. March 2017, Wednesday, National Day • 10. April 2017, Monday — 13. April 2017, Thursday, Intensive Design Studio • 17. April 2017, Monday, Easter • 5. June 2017, Monday, Pentecost • 5. June 2017, Monday, Pentecost •

Conditions of Fulfillment

GENERAL RULES Mobile phones must be deactivated in the classroom. Coming into class late, and leaving class early should be completely avoided, since it is disruptive and prevents other students from giving their full attention to learning. Students should take notes o
 ATTENDANCE It is important to attend all classes. Any time you are absent, it is your responsibility to obtain notes and assignments and be prepared for the next class.
If you miss more then two classes you will be dropped – unless you complete both of the first two tests succesfully (?50%).
GRADING POLICY Maximum 100 points can be obtained:
 •  max. 100 points as the aggregate result of the two best tests (50 points each)
 •  max. 10 points as the aggregate result of the two voluntary homeworks (5 points each)
Grading:
 •  above 90 points – 5 (excellent)
 •  above 80 points – 4 (good)
 •  above 65 points – 3 (satisfactory)
 •  above 50 points – 2 (pass)
 •  below 50 points – 1 (fail)
Minimum requirement to pass the semester:
 •  Attendance of classroom activities and consultations
 •  Successful (min. 50-50%) accomplishment of two tests
REMARKS Suggestions for achieving success:
 •  Attending class and doing daily assignments is essential for success in this class.
 •  Being a part of a group that studies CAD programs together is quite often helpful.
 •  Help in attaining your goals is available