GENN001 HUMANITIES AND       ENGINEERINGENGINEERING COMMUNCATIONS            2/2
• Written engineering communications (Lec 9)  Memos, letters, e-mails, reports, journal  papers, specifications• Graphical...
GRAPHICAL COMMUNICATION• The engineer must be able to create graphical  representations to describe his work• The engineer...
Types of Graphical Representations• Sketching :- is the art of communicating graphical ideas  without using traditional me...
• Pictorial Representations (3D)  Perspective representations ( one- point , or  two- point perspectives )- The most reali...
• 2D Graphical Representations:- Orthographic Representations ( front, top or  plan, and side views)- Section Views- Auxil...
THE ENGINEER AS A SPEAKER• Engineers make many presentations to managers  at department meetings, executives, clients, and...
• Speak clearly and distinctly• Speak sincerely, without hesitation, and with  reasonable deliberation• Answer questions a...
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GENN 001 Lec 10
GENN 001 Lec 10
GENN 001 Lec 10
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GENN 001 Lec 10
GENN 001 Lec 10
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GENN 001 Lec 10

  1. 1. GENN001 HUMANITIES AND ENGINEERINGENGINEERING COMMUNCATIONS 2/2
  2. 2. • Written engineering communications (Lec 9) Memos, letters, e-mails, reports, journal papers, specifications• Graphical communications Sketching, 3D pictorial representations, 2D orthographic representations• Oral communications
  3. 3. GRAPHICAL COMMUNICATION• The engineer must be able to create graphical representations to describe his work• The engineer must be able to read graphical representations produced by others• The intent of the graphical representation may be to show the general design to a client ( no details )• Or it may show details ( dimensions, tolerances, specifications, ….)
  4. 4. Types of Graphical Representations• Sketching :- is the art of communicating graphical ideas without using traditional mechanical tools (hand drawing)- It is used to show preliminary ideas- Sometimes are computer drawn, but many times are hand drawn
  5. 5. • Pictorial Representations (3D) Perspective representations ( one- point , or two- point perspectives )- The most realistic to the human eye.- Useful for describing information to non engineers Isometric Representations (30-degree with the horizontal direction and vertical lines)
  6. 6. • 2D Graphical Representations:- Orthographic Representations ( front, top or plan, and side views)- Section Views- Auxiliary Views
  7. 7. THE ENGINEER AS A SPEAKER• Engineers make many presentations to managers at department meetings, executives, clients, and at professional meetings• In all these presentations, the engineer is the speaker, and must present his work in a professional, friendly, clear, brief, complete and attractive style• Like public speakers, engineers must prepare their material carefully, and rehearse their presentations well to be effective
  8. 8. • Speak clearly and distinctly• Speak sincerely, without hesitation, and with reasonable deliberation• Answer questions and explain details in a pleasant style that would keep the audience attentive and interested• Becoming a good speaker is a skill that requires considerable training & effort
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