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### Wt5912 section drawing

1. 1. Construction Studies Section Detail (HL)…<br />Breakdown Of Exam Questions<br />2001-2010<br />Mr.Joseph Lyster - Study Purposes Only<br />
2. 2. Question 1 is considered the traditional question of the exam paper.<br />It is COMPULSORY !!!!, meaning that you must attempt this question.<br />The question carries a weighting of 60 marks as with the other four questions to be attempted.<br />The question is devised to test your ability to draught technical section views of buildings.<br />This requires a range of skills from visualisation of the problem presented and the ability to graphically illustrate in technical measurement the proposed solution.<br />Building Section Detail: What is Question 1?<br />Mr.Joseph Lyster - Study Purposes Only<br />
3. 3. Content:<br />The question covers alot of areas and there are infact up to 15-20 drawings (Combinations included) that could be asked of you. <br />Despite the volume of material to be covered in this question it serves to prepare you for other questions in the paper should you choose to attempt them. Learning such a volume of information gives you the opportunity to apply it elsewhere, with relevance. <br />Studying this area will set you on good ground to developing your understanding of general Construction detail, processes and techniques.<br />What is Question 1?<br />Mr.Joseph Lyster - Study Purposes Only<br />
4. 4. Content.<br />SCALE: Apart from the development of graphical skills you must learn to use scale!<br />Scale is relatively simple and you do not have to learn to use scale rulers, though it can be an asset, as they can be complicated to read.<br />Scale represents the resizing of actual real application dimensions so that you can accurately display them on your sheet to show the technical views correctly.<br />What is Question 1?<br />Mr.Joseph Lyster - Study Purposes Only<br />
5. 5. Content:<br />The scale for the question will be indicated as below:<br />The scale indicated is generally 1:10 or 1:5<br />What does this mean?<br />What is Question 1?<br />Mr.Joseph Lyster - Study Purposes Only<br />
6. 6. Content:<br />Scale 1:10, represents the initial unit 1 (Actual real size measurement) is to be re-scaled to be a unit 10 times smaller (Scaled measurement).<br />Example: (In Millimetres)- Arithmetic Method <br />1000mm @ scale 1:10 = 100mm, this was achieved as follows: 1000÷10 = 100. <br />Pictorial Example:<br />Application <br />What is Question 1?<br />Mr.Joseph Lyster - Study Purposes Only<br />
7. 7. Content: <br />DETAIL: It is vital that you detail your drawings with the necessary and accurate information.<br />Accurate detail must be printed neatly and using correct positioning and arrow styles. <br />What is Question 1?<br />Mr.Joseph Lyster - Study Purposes Only<br />
8. 8. Content: <br />The range of question typically involves as follows: (These can be mixed together)<br />Foundation (as specified)<br />External wall detail ( Block, timberframe, etc...)<br />Door and door threshold <br />Solid internal floor, suspended timber floor etc...<br />Chimney detail etc...<br />Window detail, sash, casement, etc...<br />Roof Detail, eaves, etc...<br />Internal stud detail, etc...<br />Stairwell detail, etc...<br />First-floor construction (Timber, concrete slab, etc...)<br />Sceptic tank detail, etc...<br />Manhole detail/Inspection Chamber, etc...<br />Footpath and ramp detail, as part of accessibility and sustainable planning.<br />Etc... These can be mixed and variations may apply with current practices.<br />What is Question 1?<br />Mr.Joseph Lyster - Study Purposes Only<br />
9. 9. Mr.Joseph Lyster - Study Purposes Only<br />WT5912 – List of Drawings<br />10 drawings to be completed on a total of 6 A3 pages, as outlined. Standard 10mm border and title box must be applied to each page. <br />
10. 10. Mr.Joseph Lyster - Study Purposes Only<br />WT5912 – Support Note<br /><ul><li>The following slides show the solutions to all leaving certificate higher level (HL) question 1’s from 2001-2010.
11. 11. This should provide adequate support to your own drawings but also develop your understanding of how this area is being assessed.
12. 12. Please note that specific technical detail can be obtained from sources such as:
13. 13. The 6th Edition Homebond Manual
14. 14. Construction Studies Today – Trevor Hickey
15. 15. www.examinations.ie (Material Archive- Solutions)
16. 16. www.t4.ie (Technology teachers association)</li></li></ul><li>Mr.Joseph Lyster - Study Purposes Only<br />Question 1 – 2010 HL<br />
17. 17. Mr.Joseph Lyster - Study Purposes Only<br />Question 1 – 2010 HL Solution<br />
18. 18. Mr.Joseph Lyster - Study Purposes Only<br />Question 1 – 2009 HL<br />
19. 19. Mr.Joseph Lyster - Study Purposes Only<br />Question 1 – 2009 HL Solution<br />
20. 20. Mr.Joseph Lyster - Study Purposes Only<br />Question 1 – 2008 HL<br />
21. 21. Mr.Joseph Lyster - Study Purposes Only<br />Question 1 – 2008 HL Solution<br />OR<br />
22. 22. Question 1:<br />Question 1 – 2007 HL<br />Mr.Joseph Lyster - Study Purposes Only<br />
23. 23. This is the graphical solution you should provide to answer the question. (Detail is omitted from this view for clarity but you should put it in as shown in the next slide)<br />Question 1 – 2007 HL Solution<br />Mr.Joseph Lyster - Study Purposes Only<br />
24. 24. Question 1 – 2007 HL Solution<br />All of this information <br />Should be printed neatly<br />On the full solution as <br />You are not required to <br />Draw separate views unless <br />Specified in the question. <br />Also note that the measurements <br />you detail must be the real size.<br />So draw in scale and note in real !!<br />Mr.Joseph Lyster - Study Purposes Only<br />
25. 25. Question 1 – 2006 HL<br />Mr.Joseph Lyster - Study Purposes Only<br />
26. 26. Question 1 – 2006 Solution<br />Mr.Joseph Lyster - Study Purposes Only<br />
27. 27. Question 1 – 2005 HL<br />Mr.Joseph Lyster - Study Purposes Only<br />
28. 28. Question 1 – 2005 Solution<br />Mr.Joseph Lyster - Study Purposes Only<br />
29. 29. Question 1 – 2004 HL<br />Mr.Joseph Lyster - Study Purposes Only<br />
30. 30. Question 1 – 2004 HL SolutionThis is the graphical solution you should provide to answer the question. (Some of the detail is omitted from this view for clarity but you should put it in as shown in the next slide)<br />Mr.Joseph Lyster - Study Purposes Only<br />
31. 31. Question 1 – 2004 HL Solution<br />All of this information should be printed neatly on the full solution as you are not required to draw separate views unless specified in the question. Also note that the measurements you detail must be the real size. So draw in scale and note in real !!<br />Mr.Joseph Lyster - Study Purposes Only<br />
32. 32. Question 1 – 2003 HL Solution<br />Mr.Joseph Lyster - Study Purposes Only<br />
33. 33. Question 1 – 2003 HL Solution<br />Mr.Joseph Lyster - Study Purposes Only<br />
34. 34. Question 1 – 2002 HL <br />Mr.Joseph Lyster - Study Purposes Only<br />
35. 35. Question 1 – 2002 HL Solution<br />Mr.Joseph Lyster - Study Purposes Only<br />
36. 36. Question 1 – 2001 HL<br />Mr.Joseph Lyster - Study Purposes Only<br />
37. 37. Question 1 – 2001 HL Solution<br />Mr.Joseph Lyster - Study Purposes Only<br />