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close this book Wind systems for pumping water: A training manual
View the document Acknowledgments
View the document Introduction to training
View the document Training guidelines
View the document Objectives for wind system construction training
View the document Session 1 Introduction and objectives
View the document Session 2 History of wind systems
View the document Session 3 Large projects and community analysis
View the document Session 4 Shop safety and tool care
View the document Session 5 Representative drawings for construction
View the document Session 6 Shafts and bearings
View the document Session 7 Strengths and testing
View the document Session 8 Joinery
View the document Session 9 Pumps and pump design
View the document Session 10 Siting considerations
View the document Session 11 Sizing wind water pumping systems
View the document Session 12 Design considerations for pumps and windmills
View the document Session 13 How to design
View the document Session 14 Presentation of designs
View the document Session 15 Construction of wind measuring poles
View the document Session 16 Exportation for wind sites
View the document Session 17 Tower raising
View the document Session 18 Plumbing the wind system
View the document Session 19 Testing installed wind system
View the document Session 20 Presentation of projects
View the document Session 21 Maintenance - preventive and routine
View the document Bibliography
View the document Construction materials list
View the document Tool list for 24 participants
View the document Technical vocabulary
View the document Report on the wind-powered in-service training
View the document Recommendations

Session 5 Representative drawings for construction

TOTAL TIME: 1 Hour

OBJECTIVES: To arrive at an understanding of the different types of drawings used to represent design of machinery for construction.

To practice drawing and tracing.

To learn the names of the parts of windmills using drawings.

MATERIALS: Pencils, typewriter paper and straight-edge for all participants.

PROCEDURES:

Step 1: 5 minutes

Pass out pencils, paper, and examples of two and three dimensional and exploded or isometric drawings.

Step 2: 10 minutes

Compare types of drawings and practice drawing or tracing them.

Trainer Note

If possible, have scale model of a type of mill that is to be built during this training. Point out the features of this mill that correspond to the drawings.

Step 3: 5 minutes

Pass out overhead, front, and side view drawings and compare them.

Step 4:

Pass out and discuss cross-sectional drawings, making sure that everyone understands them and how they differ from the previous handouts.

Step 5: 35 minutes

Draw or trace the examples.

RESOURCES: Copies of Attachments 5-A and 5-B

Figure 1: 3-Dimensional (Isometric) View (Scale ¼ in. = 1 ft.)


Figure a


Figure b

Attachment 5-A

Figure 2: 3-Dimensional (Isometric) View (Scale ¼ in. = 1 in.)


Top View


Cross Section Through Along Dotted Line from A to A (Scale ¼ in. = 6 ft.)


Front View


Side View