Drawing - (9 cfu)
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The objective of the course is make the students able to translate in normative correct representation the own three-dimensional geometric models of building and architecture, let alone to comprise the same ones from the reading of technical drawings and cartography.
Drawing, in fact, is the language privileged through which the operations of constructive analyses and the purpose in the within of the inherent participations are expressed in the Civil engineering, it is expressed through traditional or assisted techniques of representation from the calculating.
The course is carried out through two groups of theoretical lessons that will be developed in succession: before those whose contained it is composed essentially from the topics of Descriptive Geometry in order to introduce the various projective modality through which drawings can be elaborated (orthogonal projections, quoted projections, parallel projections, perspective, theory of the shadows and omological applications between various projective methods) also to the aim of homogenize expressive abilities coming from students from various didactic medium-advances; subsequently, the lessons inherent the representation of the typical topics of the Civil engineering to the various representation scales will be carried out (representation of the territory, the city, the building structures and the architecture, until the executive scales) in order to make the students able to express graphically the contents of the successive course based on the anthropic realizations in constructive within.
In order to concur the continuous and progressive learning of representation systems, the practices will be carried out parallel that will consist in the elaboration of graphical tables, that they will be constantly corrected, and whose topics will follow those of lessons exactly, for being able to verify in the Drawing laboratories and CAD, the learning as of the representation methodologies as of the techniques. In fact, on account of the various scholastic origin of the students, will come realized in laboratory also specific lessons for the learning of base of the computer science techniques for the drawing elaboration.
Graphical tables will come collection in classroom and will be corrected directly from teacher, than during the elaboration it will supply the useful indications and the explanations to the aim of one corrected execution.
All elaborate will be collected from the students who introduce them to the final examination.
To the term of the cycle of lessons dedicated to Descriptive Geometry, will come carried out in classroom a former test on the contents of this first cycle of lessons, test that, if supported with positive outcome, will concur to only support the final examination in oral shape.
The CAD laboratory will be constituted from three communications to show the slight knowledge of base on use of computer instrumentations for the graphical restitution. The choice of software with which executing the practices it has fallen on the Autocad 2004; during the practices will be explained the fundamental slight knowledge and the essential command which whom it is possible to proceed to the realization of whichever type of bidimensional drawings.
For students who, during the course, have carried out the graphical tables of Descriptive Geometry, let alone supported positively the carried out former test to the and of the first cycle of lessons, the examination will be carried out in oral shape and will concern on the contents of the lessons carried out on the topics of Descriptive Geometry and on the argument of the final table of search preventively agreed with the teacher, let alone of thematic inherent the building drawing.
Students who do not execute or do not exceed the former test, will have to support a written test, always inherent the Descriptive Geometry (whose tables are however to realize), for the admission to the final examination in oral form, that it will regard the contents of the lessons carried out on the topics of Descriptive Geometry and on the argument of one final table preventively agreed with the teacher, let alone of relative thematic inherent the building drawing, table that will have be realized with CAD.
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P. Giandebiaggi: Omologia e Disegno, III vol. de “ Il Disegno e l’Ingegnere”, Levrotto e Bella, Torino, 1996.
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C. Vernizzi: Parma e la via Emilia. Città storica, città moderna e asse fondativo: rilievo e rappresentazione, Mattioli 1885, Fidenza, 2004
Ultimo aggiornamento: 08-02-2006