FAST-AA002Acad. year: 2020/2021
Orthogonal axonometry, skew axonometry, oblique projection. Linear perspective, basics of photogrammetry. Helix, developable helicoidal surface, right closed rule helicoidal surface. Surfaces of revolution . Warped surfaces. Lighting. Teoretical designs of roofs. Introduction to topographic surfaces.
Institute of Mathematics and Descriptive Geometry (MAT)
Learning outcomes of the course unit
After the course the students should understand and know how to use the basics of orthogonal axonometry, skew projection, and linear perspective.Helix, developable helicoidal surface, right closed rule helicoidal surface. Surfaces of revolution . Warped surfaces. Lighting. Teoretical designs of roofs. Introduction to topopgraphic surfaces.
Construction of conics using their focal properties.Perspective collineation, perspectoive affinity, affine image of a circle. Monge´s projection.
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1. Basics of lihting. Technical lighting.
2. Surfaces of revolution, sections of surfaces of revolution.
3. Lighting of surfaces of revolution .
4. Axonometry – basics.
5. Orthogonal axonometry.
6. Skew axonometry, oblique projection.
7. Linear perspective.
8. Linear perspective.
9. Basics of photogrammetry. Reconstruction from a vertical picture.
10. Warped quadrics. Hyperbolic paraboloid. One-sheet hyperboloid.
11. Higher order warped surfaces. Theoretical designe of roofs.
12. Helix, developable helicoidal surface, helicoidal conoid.
13. Topographic surfaces.
After the course the students should understand and know how to use the basics of orthogonal axonometry, skew projection, and linear perspective.
Specification of controlled education, way of implementation and compensation for absences
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