# Engineering Graphics Books

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## Engineering Graphics Essentials Fifth Edition

Published September 22, 2016

624 pages

- Gives you a basic understanding of engineering graphics
- Includes independent learning material to strengthen your knowledge and retention
- The digital learning material contains video and audio lectures, interactive exercises, and supplemental problem solutions
- Uses a large variety of exercise types to improve learning and class interaction
- This edition features two new chapters

## Design Graphics for Engineering Communication

Published August 1, 2014

364 pages

With the use of real world examples and illustrations, Design Graphics for Engineering Communication introduces students to the fundamental concepts of Engineering Graphics and their role in the design process. The authors highlight common techniques, practices, and standards used in industry in a manner that is motivating and easy to...

## Visualization and Engineering Design Graphics with Augmented Reality Second Edition

Published March 27, 2014

385 pages

- Allows you to truly visualize the objects being described in the book in full 3D
- Seamlessly integrates augmented reality with exercises in the book
- Helps aspiring engineers learn the language of engineering graphics
- Focuses on visualization skills and hand sketching
- Now has apps for Apple iOS and Android devices as well as Mac and PC computers

## Visualization and Engineering Design Graphics with Augmented Reality

Out of Print

Published April 25, 2013

381 pages

- Allows you to truly visualize the objects being described in the book in full 3D
- Seamlessly integrates augmented reality with exercises in the book
- Helps aspiring engineers learn the language of engineering graphics
- Focuses on visualization skills and hand sketching

## Visualization for Engineers and Scientists Second Edition

Published December 27, 2010

By Ted Smathers

272 pages

Visualization for Engineers and Scientist is the design guide to help students understand the need for graphics in the solution of an engineering design problem. Visualization of an engineering problem is the start of the solution. Engineering graphics represent the outcome of this visualization. This textbook provides the basics for good...

## Engineering Graphics Essentials Fourth Edition

Published March 22, 2010

478 pages

Engineering Graphics Essentials Fourth Edition gives students a basic understanding of how to create and read engineering drawings by presenting principles in a logical and easy to understand manner. It coves the main topics of engineering graphics, including tolerancing and fasteners. This book also features an independent learning DVD...

## A Concise Introduction to Engineering Graphics Fourth Edition Including Workbook A

Published January 29, 2010

222 pages

- Provides a strong foundation for creating engineering drawings
- Includes a CD containing a digital version of Technical Graphics
- Contains 40 pages of worksheets
- Choose from two different sets of worksheets

## A Concise Introduction to Engineering Graphics Fourth Edition Including Workbook B

Published January 27, 2010

222 pages

- Provides a strong foundation for creating engineering drawings
- Includes a CD containing a digital version of Technical Graphics
- Contains 40 pages of worksheets
- Choose from two different sets of worksheets

## A Concise Introduction to Engineering Graphics Third Edition

Published July 30, 2008

142 pages

A Concise Introduction to Engineering Graphics (formerly titled Engineering Graphics Theory and Problems) gives students a basic understanding of how to create and read engineering drawings. The book consist of thirteen chapters that cover the basics of Engineering Graphics. The text is 142 pages in length and is followed by 40 exercise...

## Technical Graphics

Published April 1, 2008

By Frank M. Croft Jr., P.E.,, John T. Demel P.E.,, Heather L. Enders, Frederick D. Meyers P.E.,, Michael J. Miller P.E.,

522 pages

Technical Graphics is designed to meet the needs of modern technical graphics curricula and employs the current American National Standards Institute (ANSI) graphic standards. This textbook does not assume that you have had previous graphics experience.
Technical Graphics begins with the development of basic skills students will...

## Engineering Graphics Technical Sketching Series 5

Published May 1, 2007

234 pages

Engineering Graphics Technical Sketching is a compact textbook that provides a thorough introduction to the graphic language. Freehand sketching exercises are formatted on special grids. This book uses logical and powerful analyzation techniques to develop visualization skills.

## Engineering Graphics: Tools for the Mind

Published April 1, 2007

By Bryan Graham

214 pages

- Contains 4.5 hours of video presentations
- Comes with a digital copy of Technical Graphics, a 522 page book
- Features 76 hand sketching exercises

## Visualization for Engineers and Scientists

Out of Print

Published January 1, 2007

By Ted Smathers

265 pages

Visualization for Engineers and Scientist is the design guide to help students understand the need for graphics in the solution of an engineering design problem. The basic understanding of sketching will successfully lead students into computer graphics. The text will provide the basics of good design communication. The understanding of...

## Engineering Graphics Text and Workbook

Published May 1, 2003

432 pages

This book focuses on strengthening 3D visualization skills through sketching exercises. It does not make reference to any particular computer-aided design software package.
Points emphasized:
Shape representation and problem solving using freehand sketching. Assignments can be completed outside class.
Surface...

## Engineering Graphics Principles with Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing with CD-ROM

Published February 27, 2002

190 pages

This textbook represents a major breakthrough in the delivery of up to date and inexpensive material for engineering graphics courses. Each student will receive a workbook bundled with a CD. The 190-page workbook contains an overview of topics covered and problem sets for each area. The CD contains hundreds and hundreds of PowerPoint...

## An Introduction to Engineering Design

Published June 1, 1999

86 pages

This textbook provides an introduction to engineering design. The book includes several design examples and design problems.

## Visualization, Sketching and Freehand Drawing for Engineering Design

Out of Print

Published June 1, 1999

130 pages

Visualization is one of the most important skills in engineering. The primary goal of this text is to extend perceptual skills, which will result in improved visualization skills, which in turn will serve the student in the design process.

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