Community College of Rhode Island

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ENGT Course Outcomes

  • ENGT 1040 - Introduction to Solar Energy
  • ENGT 1060 - AutoCAD (Basic)
  • ENGT 1070 - AutoCAD (Advanced)
  • ENGT 1090 - Solid Modeling (Solid Works)
  • ENGT 1400 - Introduction to Surveying
  • ENGT 1410 - Drafting for Surveyors
  • ENGT 1420 - Land Surveying II
  • ENGT 2090 - Advanced Solid Modeling
  • ENGT-2410 - Methods and Operations Analysis
  • ENGT-2430 - Process Planning
  • ENGT 2500 - Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning (HVAC)
  • ENGT-2850 - Plant Layout and Materials Handling

AutoCAD (Basic) (ENGT-1060)

Upon completion of this course, students will be able to:

  • Introduce Students to the AutoCAD environment
  • Create and modify standard objects and shapes
  • Develop and maintain professional file management skills
  • Work with and control object properties
  • Utilize drawing tools and drafting settings; grid, snap, ortho, polar
  • Customize the workspace and interface
  • Use layouts and paper space effectively
  • Create and work with multiple layers
  • Annotate drawings with text, dimensioning, and tables
  • Create pattern fills and hatching
  • Determine proper scaling and utilize viewports
  • Plot and produce professional drawings

ENGT 2090 - Advanced Solid Modeling

  • Understand solid modeling concepts and terms.
  • Be proficient in creating complex parts and assemblies.
  • Understand the use of advance mates and mechanical mates when creating an assembly of parts.
  • Be able to create working drawings from parts and assemblies including dimensions.
  • Create animated models from part assemblies.
  • Learn to use rendering tool for presentation work.
  • Learn to use the sheet metal design capabilities of the software.
  • Learn to use the mold design capabilities of the software.
  • Implement all facets of design process including stress and deflection analysis.
  • Evaluate the effects of substituting various materials for a particular design scenario.


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Last Updated: 11/18/14