Computer Aided Design
Faculdade de Ciências e Tecnologia
Departamento de Engenharia Civil
Teacher in charge
Miguel José das Neves Pires Amado
Introduction of the concepts of representation and fundamental techniques of CAD systems, with emphasis on the application areas, advantages and benefits of use in the Project.
Knowledge of the potential application of Computer Aided Design in Civil Engineering practice.
Acquisition of skills for the use of CAD tools for the development of projects.
Understanding and implementing rules and reading of the draft Civil Engineering.
Application of knowledge and skills in exercise of 2D and 3D.
Concepts, Models and Methodology for Computer Aided Design (CAD).
Introduction to CAD Systems - Basic concepts of representation and fundamental techniques of CADsystems, with emphasis on its application to civil engineering project.
Standards applicable to CAD systems. The standard CAD.
Use of CAD systems in solving practical exercises.
The technical quality of design and CAD systems.
Practical exercises in the Laboratory.
theory and CAD techniques
Angel, E. - interactive computer graphics,a top-down approach using open gl, 5 ed. addision-wesley mexico, 2008
Ferrante, A.J. - Computer Graphics for Engineers and Architects, Elsivier, 1996, London
Lisboa, F. – Desenho de Arquitectura Assistido por Computador, FAUP publicações, 1997, Porto.
Tanley P. - The Management of Cad for Construction, BSP Professional Books, 1989, London
teoria e técnica de Desenho
Cunha, L. Veiga da - Desenho Técnico – 13ª Edição, Fundação Calouste Gulbenkian, 2004, Lisboa
ISO Switzerland - ISO Standards Handbook, TECHNICAL DRAWINGS. Vols 1 e 2, 4ª ed, 2002 - Switzerland
Morais, J. M. de S. - Desenho Técnico Básico, Porto Editora, 2006, Porto
NP 48:1968 (3ª Edição), Desenho técnico. Formatos.
NP 49:1968 (3ª Edição), Desenho técnico. Modo de dobrar folhas de desenho.
NP 62:1961 (2ª Edição), Desenho técnico. Linhas e sua utilização.
NP 167:1966 (2ª Edição) Desenho técnico. Figuração de materiais em corte.
NP 204:1968 (2ª Edição) Desenho técnico. Legendas.
NP 205:1970 (1ª Edição) Desenho técnico. Listas de peças.
NP 297:1963 (1ª Edição), Desenho técnico. Cotagem.
NP 327:1964 (1ª Edição), Desenho técnico. Representação de vistas.
NP 328:1964 (1ª Edição) Desenho técnico. Cortes e secções.
NP 671:1973 (1ª Edição) Desenho técnico. Representação convencional.
Convenções de utilização geral
NP 718:1968 (2ª Edição) Desenho técnico. Esquadrias
Theoretical exposition, together with presentation of practical examples.
Development of a project to be developed in four stages during the course.
Student presentations focusing on the work developed in the class.
The method of valuation is of course the model of continuous assessment with no final exam.
05.01. Evidence Evaluation
05.01.01. Continuous Assessment (CA):
summation of the classification of practical work: Practical Individual Work 01 (TI01) and Individual Work 02 (TI02);
quality of participation of each student in class and their attendance with mandatory attendance to 75% of classes provided (QP)
AC = Σ [TI01 (40%) + TI02 (50%)] + QP (10%)
05.01.02. Oral Examination (OE)
oral examination focuses on the subject of the whole program taught in the discipline
The final note with the oral examination is defined by Note (M) resulting from the average EO and AC
M = (OE + AC) / 2
05.01.03. Written Examination Appeal (ERE):
Individual written examination theoretical and practical, and focuses on the subject of the whole programtaught in the discipline for students who obtain grade lower than 9.5 in the process of continuous assessment.
The examination is individual and without consultation.
ERE = 100% of final grade
05.02. Evaluation Process
05.02.01. Students whose grade obtained in the AC is equal to or less than 9 values are deprecated, not having access to the oral test.
05.02.02. The oral examination (OE) is mandatory for students with average values exceeding 16 M. Yourfinal score is obtained by the equation:
M = (OE + AC ) / 2
05.02.03. Students with an average of more than 16 AC values that do not have to submit to oral examination as the final grade 16 marks.
05.02.04. For students with a grade of AC greater than 9.5 and less than 19 values, the oral examination(OE) is optional, and for these students to their final grade (M) obtained by M = (OE + AC / 2
05.02.05. Access to Written Examination Appeal (terico and practical) is mandatory for all students who remain at AC grade higher than 9.5.