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 Grao en Estudos de Arquitectura Subjects Descriptive Geometry Contents
 Topic Sub-topic I.- INTRODUCTION. LESSON 1.- DESCRIPTIVE GEOMETRY. OVERVIEW 1.1 -. Objectives of Descriptive Geometry. 1.2 -. Concept of projection. Classification and properties. 1.3 -. Concept of biunivocity. Projections. Classification 1.4 -. Geometric elements in space. 1.5 -. Denominations. II. - MAIN PROJECTIONS. PARALLEL PROJECTION. LESSON 2.- MULTIVIEW ORTHOGRAPHIC PROJECTION. OVERVIEW 2.1 -. Concept. 2.2 -. European projection. American projection. 2.3 -. Primary auxiliary views. - Plans, elevations and sections. LESSON 3.- MULTIVIEW ORTHOGRAPHIC PROJECTION. AUXILIARY VIEWS 3.1.- Primary auxiliary views: view projected from the top view. 3.2.- Primary auxiliary views: view projected from the front view. 3.3.- Secondary auxiliary views: Succesive auxiliary views LESSON 4.- TOPOGRAPHIC PROJECTION. TERRAIN REPRESENTATION 4.1.- Concept. 4.2.- Topographic surfaces. Contour lines. 4.3.- Profiles and panoramas. 4.4.- Analysis and interpretation of topographic surfaces. LESSON 5.- AXONOMETRIC PROJECTION. OVERVIEW 5.1.- Concept. 5.2.- Orthographic axonometric. 5.3.- Oblique axonometric. 5.4.- Main axonometric projections. III.- JOINT DEVELOPMENT OF THE PARALLEL PROJECTIONS. LESSON 6.- FUNDAMENTAL GEOMETRIC ELEMENTS 6.1.- Representation of straigth lines and planes. -Different positions. 6.2.- Main plane straight lines. -Horizontal line. -Maximum slope line. 6.3.- Relationships between line and plane: intersection and parallelism. 6.4.- Relationships between two planes: intersection and parallelism. LESSON 7.- ROOF DESIGN 7.1.- Concept. 7.2.- Planes with the same slopes. 7.3.- Planes with different slopes. LESSON 8. - TRUE SIZE AND PLANE FIGURES 8.1.- True size and shape: - Auxiliary plans. - Rotation and revolution. - Combined method. 8.2.- Representation of plane figures IV.- LINEAR PERSPECTIVE. LESSON 9.- LINEAR PERSPECTIVE. OVERVIEW 9.1.- Concept. 9.2.- Representation of a straight line. 9.3.- Representation of the plane. 9.4.- Types of linear perspectives. - According to the picture plane. - According to the station point. LESSON 10. - CLASSIC METHODS OF PERSPECTIVE. VISUAL RAY METHOD 10.1.- One-point perspective. 10.2.- Two-point perspective. 10.3.- Visual perception and representation. 10.4.- Distortion diagrams. 10.5.- Relative position of the elements in linear perspective. - Influence of the location of the station point. - Influence of the location of the picture plane. LESSON 11.- DIRECT MEASUREMENT IN PERSPECTIVE. MEASURING POINT METHOD 11.1.- Concept. 11.2.- One-point perspective. 11.3.- Two-point perspective. V.- INTRODUCTION TO SHADES AND SHADOWS. LESSON 12. - THEORY OF SHADOWS. ELEMENTS 12.1.- Solar geometry. 12.2.- Shadow of points and vertical lines. 12.3.- Shadow of other lines. 12.4.- Counter-projection. 12.5.- Shadow of curve lines. LESSON 13.- SHADOWS IN LINEAR PERSPECTIVE 13.1.- Sunlight parallel to the picture plane. 13.2.- Sunlight oblique to the picture plane. - Sun behind the viewer. - Sun in front of the viewer.
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