Fundamentals of Three Dimensional Descriptive Geometry, 2nd Edition
September 1976, ©1976
A complete overview of the fundamentals of three-dimensional descriptive geometry
From an overview of the history of descriptive geometry to the application of the principles of descriptive geometry to real-world scenarios, Fundamentals of Three-Dimensional Descriptive Geometry provides a comprehensive look at the topic. Used throughout the disciplines of science, engineering, and architecture, descriptive geometry is crucial for everything from understanding the various segments and inter-workings of structural systems to grasping the relationship of molecules in a chemical compound. For those requiring a full accounting of the fundamentals of three-dimensional descriptive geometry, this text is a definitive and comprehensive resource.
Lines in a Three-Dimensional Space.
Plane Surfaces in a Three-Dimensional Space.
Three-Dimensional Spatial Relationships of Lines and Planes.
Rotation of Geometric Elements in a Three-Dimensional Space.
Location of Points and Tangent Planes on Geometric Solids and Surfaces.
Intersections of Common Geometric Solids and Surfaces.
Development of Surfaces of Basic Geometric Solids.
Principles of Descriptive Geometry Applied to Three-Dimensional Space Vectors.
Principles of Descriptive Geometry Applied to Selected Topics.
Principles of Descriptive Geometry Applied to Practical Problems.