Descriptive Geometry 2

LECTURER:

Mr. Pál LEDNECZKI (Ph.D.)

 associate professor 
INSTRUCTOR:

Mr. András Zsolt KOVÁCS

  senior lecturer  


Frissítve/Last updated: 2017. 03. 20.

Schedule • 2017 Spring semester

Week  Date  Lecture Practical
1.
(1.)
06. Feb.Mon.(4)
09. Feb.Thu.
Representation of circle in axonometry and perspective
Drawing 1, Figure 1
Sphere in Monge's rep., axonometry, perspective, intersection with line and plane, shadows
2.
(2.)
13. Feb.Mon.(2)
16. Feb.Thu.
Cylinder and cone, contour, shadows
Conic sections


Drawing 1, Figure 2
3.
(3.)
20. Feb.Mon.(4)
23. Feb.Thu.

Intersection of a pair of surfaces, applications in architecture.

Drawing 1, Figure 3
4.
(4.)
27. Feb.Mon.(2)
02. Mar.Thu.
Surfeces of revolution (paraboloid, ellipsoid), outline, self-shadow, intersection with plane
Drawing 1, Figure 4
5.
(5.)
06. Mar.Mon.(4)
09. Mar.Thu.
Surfaces of revolution (torus) outline, self-shadow, intersection with plane Quadratic ruled surfaces; hyperboloid of revolution


Drawing 1, Figure 5 & 6
6.
(6.)
13. Mar.Mon.(2)
16. Mar.Thu.

Hyperbolic paraboloid; outline, self-shadow, intersection

Drawing 1, Figure 7
7.
(7.)
20. Mar.Mon.(4)
23. Mar.Thu.
Submisson of Drawing 1
Conoid
Helix, helical curface

Drawing 2, Figure 1
8.
(8.)
27. Mar.Mon.(2)
30. Mar.Thu.

TEST 1

Drawing 2, Figure 2 & 3
9.
(9.)
03. Apr.Mon.(4)
06. Apr.Thu.

Projection with elevation, earthworks

Drawing 2, Figure 4
10.
(10.)
10. Apr.Mon.(2)
13. Apr.Thu.

Studio week

Studio week
11.
(11.)
17. Apr.Mon.(4)
20. Apr.Thu.

Easter Monday

Drawing 2, Figure 5
12.
(12.)
24. Apr.Mon.(2)
27. Apr.Thu.
Submisson of Drawing 2
Developable surfaces, developement
Drawing 2, Figure 6

TEST 2
13.
(13.)
01. May.Mon.(4)
04. May.Thu.

Day off

Preparation for Exam
14.
(14.)
08. May.Mon.(2)
11. May.Thu.
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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 Cell 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 on the lectures.
 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 two consecutive weeks or more than 30% of the classes by midterm, you may be dropped.
ASSIGNMENTS Homework should be done on schedule and with understanding. Late submission of assignments can be accepted with reduced (by 2) point.
GRADING POLICY Minimum requirements to pass the semester:
1. Regular attendance. (Minimum 70 %)
2. Successful accomplishment of the two drawings. Marks can be from 1 to 10, minimum is 5 for each.
3. Minimum 20 + 20 point from the two 40 + 40 point tests.
MAKE-UP TESTS There will be separate repeated test on the first test (during the semester) and on the second test (in the week of repetitions).
Registration is necessary via NEPTUN.
FINAL EXAM The final exam consists of a comprehensive written test.
WITHDRAWAL
REMARKS Suggestions for achieving success:
(1) Attending class and doing daily assignments is essential for success in this class.
(2) Being a part of a group that studies desc. geom. together is quite often helpful.
(3) Help in attaining your goals is available during our office hours.