Semester: 2 / Winter
Lectures/Classes: 15 / 45 hours
Field of study: Environmental Engineering
Study cycle: 1st cycle
Type of course: optional
Prerequisites: Knowledge of algebra and descriptive geometry, familiarity with information technology and technical drawing.
Contact person: PhD Wiesław Fiałkiewicz,
Short description: Introduction to programming language Python in order to perform basic engineering computations. Practical application of AutoCAD software to viewing, creating and modifying engineering drawings, designing in the field of environmental engineering, creating three dimensional models, making visualisations and printing.
Full description: Concept of algorithm. Simple and structural instructions. Data types. Functions and procedures. Using Python language for computations, data format conversions and graphical presentation of results. Interaction of the program with application environment. Application of AutoCAD software to drafting of 2D drawings: units, coordinates, drawing limits, model space and paper space, vector objects, drawing with precision, creating and modifying objects, layers, styles, blocks, text, dimensioning, external references and plot drawing to scale. Modelling in three dimensional (3D) space: creating solid, surface and frame models, modifying 3D objects, creating cross sections and standard views, rendering and printing of 3D drawings.
Bibliography: Think Python First Edition, by Allen B. Downey Dive into Pyhton, by Mark Pilgrim Wirth N.: Systematic Programming: An Introduction AutoCAD 2017 For Beginners by CADFolks AutoCAD 2017 3D Modeling by Munir Hamad - free software for students - free online classes and tutorials
Learning outcomes: Knowledge Student knows basics of a programing language, has knowledge of creating and viewing graphical documentation using CAD software. IŚ1A_W08 Skills Student can use selected software to support designing including CAD software. IŚ1A_U07
Assessment methods and assessment criteria: grade obtained at classes (60%) + grade obtained at lectures (40%)

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