Descriptive Geometry aims geometric rationalization of space issues. In the academic field, this is the unit that serves as a base for other specialized graphics disciplines such as Architectural Graphic Expression, Topography and Technical Projects and the use of Computer Aided Design and Computer Graphics.
In the professional field, being able to read and understand construction plans is a basic skill in order to execute the work properly.
This implies a knowledge of of representation methodology, whose base is the Descriptive Geometry. In the field of writing technical projects, Descriptive Geometry provides the academic training of the necessary spatial vision for the creation of the three dimensional final solution. Through plans and sketches, this course provides the theoretical foundation basics of the different representation systems. This, as well as providing students with the capability to develop their creativity and imagination, are the reasons why this course is an essential pillar in the Degree in Engineering Building. Furthermore, the contribution to professional practice is clear, in terms of representation, resolution and restitution of any space or 3D-element in the field of construction.
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