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Course Name
Turkish İleri Bilgisayar Destekli Tasarım
English Advanced Computer Aided Design
Course Code
MKS 536E Credit Lecture
(hour/week)
Recitation
(hour/week)
Laboratory
(hour/week)
Semester 2
3 3 - -
Course Language English
Course Coordinator Hikmet Kocabaş
Course Objectives This course is an introduction to the rapidly growing fields of CAD systems and aims to develop an understanding of CAD related problems. The course has four main objectives:
1.Understand the fundamental and advanced concepts in computer graphics and computer-aided design
2.Know the functions of a geometric solid modeler and how to use any particular modeler for modeling an object and the different ways of manipulating itThis course is an introduction to the rapidly growing fields of CAD systems and aims to develop an understanding of CAD related problems. The course has four main objectives:
1.Understand the fundamental and advanced concepts in computer graphics and computer-aided design
2.Know the functions of a geometric solid modeler and how to use any particular modeler for modeling an object and the different ways of manipulating it
Course Description Overview of CAE systems; architecture of high-performance graphic displays in engineering workstations; orthographic and perspective display transformations; Parametric representation of curves and surfaces; elementary differential geometry; interactive graphics; bicubic surface paths; image generation; NC tool paths; solid modeling; advanced research topics; project management for software development, Rapid Prototyping Methods, Automation in Manufacturing, Automatic Programming, Robots, CIM, Group Technology, Reverse Engineering.Overview of CAE systems; architecture of high-performance graphic displays in engineering workstations; orthographic and perspective display transformations; Parametric representation of curves and surfaces; elementary differential geometry; interactive graphics; bicubic surface paths; image generation; NC tool paths; solid modeling; advanced research topics; project management for software development, Rapid Prototyping Methods, Automation in Manufacturing, Automatic Programming, Robots, CIM, Group Technology, Reverse Engineering.
Course Outcomes Students will demonstrate an understanding of:
1. Computer graphics systems
2. Geometric modeling
3. Curves
4. Surface
5. CAD programming
6. Solid modelsStudents will demonstrate an understanding of:
1. Computer graphics systems
2. Geometric modeling
3. Curves
4. Surface
5. CAD programming
6. Solid models
Pre-requisite(s)
Required Facilities Computer Use
Other
Textbook 1. Saxena, A., Computer Aided Engineering Design, Springer, 2005
2. Zeid, Ibrahim, Cad/Cam Theory And Practice , Mcgraw Hill, 1991
Other References 3. Piegl, Les ; Tiller, Wayne, The Nurbs Book, Springer-Verlag, 1997.
4. Rogers, D.F., Adams, J.A., Mathematical Elements For Computer Graphics, Mcgraw, 1990.
5. Toriya, H., Chiyokura, H., 3d Cad Principles And Applications, Springer-Verlag, 1991.
 
 
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