Methods of Representation 1

Conservation and Restoration

4 ECTS; 2º Ano, 1º Semestre, 15,0 T + 30,0 PL + 2,0 OT

Lecturer
- Fernando Sanchez Salvador

Prerequisites
Not applicable

Objectives
Develop space visualisation and representation skills. Use drawing in its different forms, types and supports in order to produce conservation and restoration representations that are graphically correct. Represent objects according to NP and ISO standards

Program
Read and interpret technical drawings as objective writing. Representation systems according to NP/ISO standards and conventions.
Develop the ability to understand and use drawing as a tool for reading, analysing and recording tangible objects or situations related with CR.
Know the representation tools, its technological elements and historical evolution.
Digital and manual drawing.


CHAPTER I
1- Introduction
2- Geometric constructions
3- Drawing sheets
4- Technical and normalised writing




CHAPTER II
1- Projections. Views of solids
2- Strokes and lines
3- Reading of views.
CHAPTER III
1- Sections and cross-sections
2- Strokes used in sections and cross-sections.
3- Perspective cross-sections.

CHAPTER IV
1- Accurate perspectives
2- Rapid perspectives

CHAPTER V
1- Dimensioning
2- Dimensioning of cross-section and perspective elements

CHAPTER VI
Models and mock-ups. Mock-ups across time.
Mock-ups - techniques and construction. Moulding. Applications and work processes for C&R

> Final exercise including the development of a topic (Tr2)

Evaluation Methodology
Attendance is mandatory.
Continuous assessment (V).
Students are assessed during lectures (T) and practical lessons (PL) qualitatively (accuracy, comprehension and participation in class) and quantitatively.
Class attendance, minimum attendance of 2/3 of scheduled classes, according to IPT Regulations – artº11.
Coursework
Tr 1- Coursework undertaken during classes including all exercises proposed by the lecturer. The Tr1 grade is the average of all coursework undertaken (minimum mark of 9.5).
Tr 2- free topic exercise applying subject matter taught in the course/module.

Exam (Ex) will not be allowed to students who did not achieve the minimum average of 9.5.
Exam (Ex) will no be allowed to students if the work carried out (Tr) is not submitted within the deadlines
The continuous assessment grade (AV) is the weighted average of Tr1 (60%) + Tr2 (40%)
calculated as follows: AV = 0,6 Tr1 + 0,4 Tr2. A grade higher than 9.5 exempts students from exam.

Students qualified to take the exam will receive a final grade (CF) calculated as follows:
CF=0,5 AV + 05 Ex

Coursework must be undertaken and submitted in the relevant academic year.

Bibliography
(1982). VER PELO DESENHO: ASPECTOS TÉCNICOS, COGNITIVOS, COMUNICATIVOS. Lisboa: Edições 70
(1980). MODOS DE VER. Lisboa: Edições 70
(1980). DESENHO TÉCNICO. Lisboa: Fundação Calouste Gulbenkian
(1993). A PERSPECTIVA COMO FORMA SIMBÓLICA. Lisboa: Edições 70

Method of interaction
Formal lectures, theoretical-practical lessons including case studies and active learning exercises. Tutorial Support. Field trip to institutions of interest. Reading-interpretation of technical drawings.

Software used in class
Not applicable.