Armengaud, Jacques Eugène; Leblanc, César Nicolas   [Hrsg.]; Armengaud, Jacques Eugène   [Hrsg.]; Armengaud, Charles   [Hrsg.]
The engineer and machinist's drawing-book: a complete course of instruction for the practical engineer: comprising linear drawing - projections - eccentric curves - the various forms of gearing - reciprocating machinery - sketching and drawing from the machine - projection of shadows - tinting and colouring - and perspective. Illustrated by numerous engravings on wood and steel. Including select details, and complete machines. Forming a progressive series of lessons in drawing, and examples of approved construction — Glasgow, 1855

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

PART FIRST.

CONSTRUCTION AND USE OF DRAWING
INSTRUMENTS.

Page

Compasses.—Dividers—Hair Divider’s—Spring Compasses—
Compasses with Movable Legs—Bow Compasses—Direc-
tors, or Triangular Compasses—Proportional Compasses—

Beam Compasses—Portable or Turn-in Compasses . . 1

Plain Scales.—Simply divided Scales—Diagonal Scale—Line

of Chords—Plain Protractor. 6

Double Scales.—The Sector—Plain Scales on the Sector—
Sectoral Double Scales—The Line of Lines—The Line of
Chords—The Line of Polygons—The Line of Secants—The
Line of Sines—The Line of Tangents .... 7

Logarithmic Lines.—The Line of Numbers—The Line of Sines
-—The Line of Tangents ..11

Other Implements.—Protractors—Parallel Ruler—Drawing*

Pens—Pricker.13

Drawing Paper—Tracing Paper—Drawing Boards . 14

T-Square—Straight Edges and Triangles . . . .15

Sweeps and Variable Curves—Pencils . . . . 16

Pins—General Remarks on Drawing—Management of the
Instruments.17

PART SECOND.

GEOMETRICAL CONSTRUCTIONS—DRAWING OF
ELEMENTARY FORMS.

Definitions and Technicalities.—Angles—Plane Figures—

Solids.18

Section I.—Problems on Straight Lines .... 20

Section II.—Problems on Straight Lines and Circles . 22

Section III. — Problems on Circles and Rectilineal

Figures.25

Illustrations of the Use of the Drawing Board and
its Appurtenances in the Construction of the fore-
going Problems.27

Simple Applications of Regular Figures ... 29

Section IV.—Problems on Proportional Lines and Equiva-
lent Figures.30

Section V.—Problems on the Ellipse and the Parabola . 31

Section VI.—Architectural Elements .... 34

PART THIRD.

DRAWING OF MACHINERY BY ORDINARY
GEOMETRICAL PROJECTION.

Page

Section I.—Introductory Remarks and Definitions . . 36

Section II.—Of Scales.37

Section III.—Of Shade Lines ..... 38

Section IV.—Projection of Simple Bodies—

Projections of a Pyramid.39

Projections of a Prism.41

Construction of the Conic Sections.42

Section V.—Penetrations or Intersections of Solids—

Penetrations of Cylinders.43

Penetrations of Cylinders, Cones, and Spheres . . 44

Penetrations of Cylinders, Prisms, Spheres, and Cones . 45

Of the Helix.46

PART FOURTH.

DRAWING OF MACHINERY.

Section I.—Of Screws—

Projections of a Triangular-Threaded Screw and Nut . 47

Projections of a Square-Threaded Screw .... 48

Section II.—Elementary Examples of Mechanical Drawing,
Examples showing the Use of Sections in Drawing . 49

Projections of a Pillow-Block.49

Projections of a Standard and Hanging Bracket . . 50

Projections of a Rail and Chan*.51

Projections of Ratchet Wheels and Fluted Columns . 51

Section III.—Drawing of Spur-Wheels and Eccentrics—

Projections of a Spur-Wheel.52

Oblique Projection of a Spur-Wheel.53

Projections of Eccentrics ...... 54

Construction of Eccentric Curves and Wheels ... 55

Classification of Gearing.56

Construction of the Cycloid and Epicycloid ... 57

Propositions respecting Toothed Wheels ... 58

Delineation of Spur and Trundle Gearing—

System composed of a Pinion driving a Rack ... 60

System composed of a Rack driving a Pinion . . 60

System composed of a Wheel and Tangent, or Endless

Screw. 60

System of a Rack driving a Trundle . . . . 61
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