5 edition of Building Trades Printreading found in the catalog.
June 1996 by American Technical Publishers .
Written in English
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The electronic version is only available through the publisher. Mechanical Drawings: Mechanical drawings cover the installation of the plumbing, heating, ventilating, and air-conditioning systems within a building and on the premises. Whoever you order the book from, be sure they include the blueprints with the textbook. If you have questions on which edition to buy you may contact us. Numerous trade competency tests throughout the book are based on practical manufacturing prints.
Printreading for Residential Construction, 6E presents printreading fundamentals and provides printreading activities related to residential construction. The Printreading for Welders textbook and DVD package is the industry leader in providing numerous industry prints and skill-building activities. This text serves as both an instructional tool and a valuable reference for professionals in the field. New energy center prints have been added, along with corresponding final exam questions.
Numerous trade competency tests throughout the book are based on practical manufacturing prints. Related Products. The book is also widely available at other book stores. Large illustrations organize and simplify complex topics for easy learning. A number of vertical cross sections to indicate clearly the various floor levels and details of the footings, foundation, walls, floors, ceilings, and roof construction.
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Mechanical Drawings: Mechanical drawings cover the installation of the plumbing, heating, ventilating, and air-conditioning systems within a building and on the premises.
There are sections that cover how these drawings vary in representation and specification of different sizes and designs. Learn to understand the meaning behind the symbols, practices, and concepts used in the manufacturing or machining trade.
It not only gives you basic answers, but it also teaches you the steps to solve the problems, and how to navigate the National Electrical Code to find the answers quickly and efficiently.
Then, subsequent chapters will tend to clear up any hazy areas as the reader progresses. Single and multifamily dwellings, plus mixed-use and light commercial project plans are covered in the textbook. Select Extended Studies Online and then choose your book. A typical electrical drawing is shown in Fig.
The prints include drawings and related construction documents for a contemporary one-story house, a two-story tract house, a one-story ranch house, a large colonial house, and a contemporary multistory house.
Topics covered include weld prints, sketching, object representation, math, weld symbol usage, joint design, pipe welding, welding metallurgy, and certification.
The book is also widely available at other book stores. The Construction of a Building In all large construction projects, and in most of the smaller ones also, an architect is commissioned to prepare complete working drawings and specifications for the project. Control wiring for various heating and air-conditioning controls may also be included on the mechanical drawings.
Topics focus on the representation of objects in various views and the specification of sizes and shapes of object features.
Electrical Drawings: The electrical drawings for a building project generally cover the complete electrical design of the electrical system for lighting, power, alarm and communication systems, special electrical systems, and related electrical equipment.
The reader is not expected to understand every detail of these drawings at this time. In some cases you may be able to download the textbook right away.
Topics presented include sketching, computer-aided design CADtrade math symbols and abbreviations, plot plans, floor plans, elevations, sections, and details. The author guides you, step by step, in the simplest terms, through all the practical details of construction documents, using the real-life examples: Why drawings and specs are necessary Layouts of structural, mechanical, and electrical drawings Symbols used for materials, electrical, plumbing, and HVAC Finding Building Trades Printreading book by scaling orthographic projections Interpreting sectional views Following diagrams: plumbing, HVAC, and schematics Understanding schedules Site plans and scaling them for dimensions Every chapter ends with a question and answer section you can use to check your knowledge.
They cover the complete design and layout of these systems and show floor-plan layouts, cross sections of the building, and necessary detailed drawings.
If you buy a used book, be sure you are getting the 3rd edition. Numerous trade competency tests and two final exams are included. Follow the links to purchase textbooks online. Binding: Looseleaf Publisher: Amer Technical Pub Understanding the manufacturing or machining process is sometimes like trying to understand a different language.
Webster and Kathryn B. A brief description of such drawings follows. The textbook focuses on printreading fundamentals, symbols, print elements, and construction documentation.
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For projects of any consequence, the architect usually hires consulting engineers to prepare structural, electrical, plumbing, heating, ventilating, and air-conditioning drawings.
These drawings some- times include a plot plan or site plan showing the location of the building on the property and the interconnecting electrical systems; floor plans showing the location of all outlets, lighting fixtures, panelboards, and other components and equipment; power-riser diagrams; a symbol list; schematic diagrams; and large-scale details where necessary.
To finish the text there is a overview test at the end of the book to help you accumulate everything you have learned.Buy Building Trades Printreading for Heavy Commercial Construction, Part 3 - With 29 Sheets 2nd edition () by Leonard P.
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