A course of three lectures i er week with drawing office work.

Students entering for the first time will be required to attend a special course of two weeks' duration in drawing office practice, starting on 17th March, 1952.

SvLLAвцs. (а) *Engineerin*г*g Mechanics. *A graphical treatment of Mechanics
and Statics, including : (i) Measurement of plane areas. Graphical integration and
differentiation. First and Second moments. Moments of inertia. (ii) Coplanar
force systems. Simple cases of framed structures and non-coplanar forces. (iii)
Shear force, thrust and bending moment diagrams. Simple stresses in compression,
tension and pure bending.

(b) *Geoii etri cal Draping : (i) *The use of drawing instruments. Conventional
engineering drawing practice and its principles. (ii) Construction of plane curves,
graphs and alignment charts. (iii) Descriptive (Solid) Geometry, including Pro-
jections and Sections of Solids ; Problems relating to planes ; Interpenetration and
Development of Surfaces.

(e) *Introduction to Enginneering Design. *General approach to design prob-
lems and preparation of engineering drawings. Accuracy problems, limits and
fits, standard specifications. Main manufacturing processes.

DRAWING OFFICE Wоaк. Four hours per week throughout the Year. The work involves the graphical solution of examples relating to Sections (b) and (c) above, in which students must reach a satisfactory standard before being admitted to the Annual Examination.

Students must provide themselves with the following set of drawing requisites :

1. Set of drawing instruments.

Engineers should obtain a good set as it will be constantly required throughout the course and probably after graduation.

Must contain-

Conipasses-with pen and pencil attachment, and extension arm.

Pen and pencil spring bows and dividers.

Ruling Pen.

2. 1 Slide Rule 'with ABCD, Sin, Tan, log-log scales.

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3. Sеt Squares—celluloid.

45°, not smaller than 7".

60°, not smaller than 9" (preferably larger) . 4. Protractor (celluloid)---not less than 5".

An adjustable set square may be substituted for the protractor and 45° set square, preferably of 10" size.

5. French Curve.

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1 Armstrong or engineer's scale (3", *1 , *4 ^{, } , 1", -k", 4 , and to the
foot).

1 Surveyor's 20-40 scale.

1 Ruler 12" long showing 32nd".

7. Pencils-- -4Н and 2H. Good quality.

1 set of coloured pencils (6 shades) . 8. Indian Ink.

1 bottle black.

1 bottle coloured (carmine, blue) .

9. Pen and nibs (303 Gillott) , erasers (soft and hard) , Artgum.

10. Drawing pins, eraser shield, cleaning rag, razor blades or pocket knife.

U. Lettering Guide, "Boydco" or "Ames" (optional but useful) . Booкs. (a) Recommended for preliminary reading:

*Huxley---Uaiquen ens of Man * (Chatto and Windus.) )
*Hogben—Science for the Citizen. * (Allen and Unwin.)
Grinter—Erigineering *Preview. * (Macmillan.)

(b) Prescribed text-books :

*Abbott, *W.—Practical Geometry and Engineering Graphics. * (Blackie.)

*Institution of Engineers, *Australia—Engineering Drawing Practice. *

*Steeds, *W .—Engineering Materials, *ЛΡ*VIachine Tools and Processes. (Longmans. ) *
(e) Recommended for reference : *(Note.—At *least one book from

each group should be consulted.)
*Engineering Mechanics *

Group I

Timoshenko, S., and Young, D. Н*.—Engineering Mechanics, *Vol. 1 (Statics).

(McGraw-Hill.)

Fairman, S., and Cutshall, C. *S.—Graphic Statics. * (McGraw-Hill.)
Ramsay, A. *S.—Statics. * (C.U.P., McGraw-Hill.)

Group II

Andrews, E. *S.—*Т*heory and Design of Structures. * (Chapman & Hall.)
Johnson, J. В., Bryan, C. W., and Turneaure, F. *E.—Theory and Practice of *

*Modern Framed Structures, *Vol. I. (Wiley.)
*Geometrical Drawing *

Group III (Plane Curves)

*Eagles—Co*н*structive Geometry of Plane Curves. *^{Q.Р. }

Harrison, J., and Baxandall, C. *P.—Practical Geometry and Graphics for *

*Advanced Students. ( Macmillan.)*

Group IV (Graphs and Charts)

Lipka, * J.—Graphical and Mechanical Computation. * (Wiley.)
Allcock, H. J., and Jones, J.

*R.—Nomograms.*(Pitman. ) Brinton, W.

*C.w--Graphic Representation.*(Brinton. ) Group V (Descriptive Geometry and Engineering Drawing)

French, T. *E.—Engineering Drawing. ( McGraw-Hill.) *

Wellman, B. *L.—Technical Descriptive Geometry. * (McGraw-Hill.)

Hoelscher, R. P.*, *Springer, C. H., and Pohle, R. *F.—Industrial Production *
*Illustration. ( McGraw-Hill.) *

Giesecke, F. E., Mitchell, A., and Spencer, H. *C.—T echnical Drawing. * (Mac-
rullai.)

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*Introductio;*ь * to Engineering Design *
Group VI

Cressy, E.—А ѓDінdгеd *Years of Mechanical Engineering. *(Duckworth.)
Hart, I. В.—The *Great Engineers. *

Charnock, G. *F.—Mechanical Technology. *(Constable.)
Begeman, M. *L.—Manufacturing Processes. *

EXAMINATION. Two 3-hour papers for pass and honours combined.

ENGINEERING PART IA

A course of two lectures per week with drawing ofd cе work.

Students entering for the first time will be required to attend a special course- of two weeks' duration in drawing office practice, starting on February 25th, 1952.

EYLLABUs. (a) *Engi sneering Mechanics. *A graphical treatment of Mechanics
and Statics, including : (i) Measurement of plane areas. Graphical integration and
differentiation. First and Second moments. Moments of inertia. (ii) Coplanar
force systems. Simple cases of framed structures and non-coplanar forces. (iii)
Shear force, thrust and bending moment diagrams. Simple stresses in compression,
tension and pure bending.

(b) *Geometrical T)rawing : *(i) The use of drawing instruments. Conventional
engineering drawing practice and its principles. (ii) Construction of plane curves,
graphs and alignment charts. (iii) Descriptive (Solid) Geometry, including Pro-
jections and Sections of Solids ; Problems relating to planes ; Interpenetration and.

Development of Surfaces.

DRAwING OFFICE WORK. Four hours per week throughout the year. The work involves the graphical solution of examples relating to Sections (a) and (b) above, in which students must reach a satisfactory standard before being admitted to the annual examination.

Students must provide themselves with the following set of drawing
requisites. Sets of English Drawing Instruments may he purchased from the
Cashier, University Accounts Department, for *f3 *a set.

1. Set of drawing instruments.

Engineers should obtain a good set as it will be constantly required throughout the course and probably after graduation.

Must contain-

Compasses—with pen and pencil attachment, and extension arm.

Dividers.

Pen and pencil spring bows and dividers.

Ruling pen.

2. 1 Slide Rule with *A, *В, C, D, sin, tan, log-log scales.

3. Set Squares—celluloid.

45°—not smaller than 7".

60°—not smaller than 9" (preferably larger).

4. Protractor (celluloid)---not less than 5".

An adjustable set square may be substituted for the protractor and 45° set square, preferably of 10" size.

5. French Curve.

6. Scales—Boxwood.

1 Armstrong or engineer's scale (3", 11", ¡", -", 1", t", *" and f" to **the **
foot).

1 Surveyor's 20-40 scale.

1 Ruler 12" long showing 32nd"

7. Pencils--41 and 2H. Good quality.

1 set of coloured pencils (6 shades) . 8. Indian Ink.

1 bottle black.

1 bottle coloured (carmine, blue) .

9. Pen and nibs (303 Gillott), erasers (soft and hard), Artgum.

10. Drawing pins, Eraser shield, Cleaning rag, Razor blades or pocket knife, 11. Lettering Guide, "Boydco" or "Ames" (optional but useful) .

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Воок**s. (a) **Recommended for preliminary reading :
Huxley--Uniqueness *of * Мап*. *(Chatto and Windus.)
но*gb*е*n—*Ѕсіеі*w*е * for the Citizen. *(Allen and Unwin.)
*Grinter—Engineering Preview. (Macmillan.) *

**(b) Prescribed text-books . **

=Abbott, *W.—Practical Geometry and Engineering Graphics. *(Blackie.)

*Institution of Engineers, *Australia—Engineering Drawing Practice. *

Timoshenko, *S.—Strength of Materials, *Vol. I. (Van Nostrand.) (Also **a **
prescribed text-book for later years of the course.)

(e) Recommended for reference:

(Note. At least *one *of the books in each group should be consulted.)
*,*Еп*gin e eying Mechanics *

Group I

Timoshenko, S., and Young, D. *H.--Engineering Mechanics, *Vol. I, *Statics. *

(McGraw-Hill.)

Fairman, S., and Cutshall, C. *S.—Graphic Statics. *(McGraw-Hill.)
Ramsay, A. *S.---Statics. *(C.U.P.)

Group **II **

Andrews, E. *5.---T henr*у * and Design of Structures. *(Chapman & Hail.)
Johnson, J. B., Bryan, C. W., and Turneaure, F. *E.—Theory and Practice of *

*Modern Framed Structures, *Vol. I. (Wiley.)
*Geometrical Drawing *

Group III (Plane Curves)

*Eagles—Constructive Geometry of Plane Curves. *O.P.

Harrison, J., and Baxandall, C. *P.—Practical Geometry and Graphics for *
*Advanced Students. *(Macmillan.)

Group IV (Graphs and Charts)

Lipka, *J.—Graphical and Mechanical Computation. *(Wiley.)
Allcock, H. J., and Jones, J. *R.—Nomograms. *(Pitman.)
Brinton, W. *C.-Graphic Representation. *(Brinton.)
Group V (Descriptive Geometry and Engineering Drawing)

French, T. *E.—Engineering Drawing. *(McGraw-Hill.)

Wellman, B. *L.—Technical Descriptive Geometry. *(McGraw-Hill.)

Hoelscher, R. P., Springer, C. H., and Pohle, R. *F.—Industrial Production *
*Illustration. *(McGraw-Hill.)

Giesecke, F. E., Mitchell, A., and Spencer, H. *C.—Technical Drawing. *(Mac-
millan.)

**EXAMINATiON. ** **Two 3-hour papers for pass and honours combined. **