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Full text of ” IS Technical product documentation -vocabulary, Part 1: Terms relating to technical drawings: Part 1 Terms relating to technical drawings: The original version of this standard IS International Organization for Standardization has published IS0 General and types of drawings’. Certain conventions are, however, not identical to those used in Indian Standards. Attention is particularly drawn to the following: However, only the terms and definitions ixo in the official languages can be considered as ISO 10209–1 and definitions.
Graphical presentation, usually within a coordinate system, expressing the relationship between two or more variable quantities. Section showing, outlines beyond the cutting plane. Representation on a drawing of an item, or part of an item or an assembly, generally enlarged in order to give the required information.
View, 102091 or cut, in a horizontal plane, seen 102099-1 above. Representation showing only the outlines of an object lying in one or more cutting planes. Drawing commonly prepared freehand and not necessarily to scale. Technical information, given on an information carrier, graphically presented in accor- dance with agreed rules and usually to scale. Orthogonal projection showing the visible part of an object and also, if necessary, its hidden outlines.
Drawing used to record the details of a construction following its completion 3.
oso Drawing in which graphical symbols are used to indicate the function of the components of a system and their relationships. View on a vertical plane.
Component, part, element or physical feature of an object represented on a drawing. Drawing which identifies a site and locates the outlines of construction works in relation to a town plan or similar document.
Drawing depicting a single com ponent and which includes all the information required for the definition of the component 3. Drawing showing parts of a construc- tion or a component, generally enlarged, and including specific information about the form and construction or about the assembly and joints.
Drawing showing the layout of construction works, including location, item references and sizes. Drawing giving the outside peripheral envelope, overall dimensions and mass of an object, used in the determination of packaging, transportation and in stallation requirements.
Drawing depicting a single part which cannot be further disassembled and 1029-1 includes all the necessary information required for the definition of the part 3.
Drawing showing a delimited part of a general arrangement drawing, usually to a larger scale and giving supplementary information. Assembly drawing show- ing all groups and parts of a complete product. Drawing showing the general configuration of an item and the necessary information to in- stall the item relative to its mating structures or associated items.
Drawing giving information for the assembly 10209-11 matching of two parts, concerning, for example, their dimensions, configuration limitations, performance and test requirements.
Drawing depicting a pattern made of wood, metal or other material, around which moulding material is placed to make a mould for castings. Drawing, generally established on the basis of the design data, giving all the information re quired for the production.
Drawing showing parts with similar form but different features. Complete list of the items constituting an assembly or a sub-assemblyor of detailed parts presented on a drawing. Drawing showing the location of sites, structures, buildings, spaces, elements, assemblies or components. Drawing giving the currently ap- proved information or data and on which the latest revision has been recorded.
Location drawing giving the position of con struction works in relation to the setting out points, the means of access and the general layout of a site. It may also contain in- formation on service networks, roadworks and the landscape.
Assembly drawing on a lower structural level showing only a limited number of groups. IS Part 1: Copyright BIS has the copyright of all its publications. No part of these publications may be reproduced in any form without the prior permission in writing of BIS.
This does not preclude the free use, in the course of implementing the standard, of necessary details, such as symbols and sizes, type or grade designations. Review of Indian Standards Amendments are issued to standards as the need arises on the basis of comments. Standards are also reviewed periodically; a standard along with amendments is sio when such review indicates that no changes arc needed; if the review indicates that changes are needed, it is taken up for revision.
Users of Indian Standards should ascertain that they are in possession of the latest amendments or edition by referring to the latest issue of ‘BIS Handbook’ and ‘Standards Monthly Additions’ This Indian Standard has been developed from Doc: Manaksanslha Common to all offices Telephone 76 17, 38 41 f 84 99, 85 61 86 26, 91 20 T 20 25 f 02 16, 04 42 1 15 19, 23 15 T 92 95, 78 58 01209-1.