Aircraft - Design Elements
Aircraft - Design elements library
The vector stencils library Aircraft contains clipart of aerospace objects, transportation vehicles, office buildings, and ancillary facilities for ConceptDraw DIAGRAM diagramming and vector drawing software.
Use it to draw aerospace and transport illustrations.
This design elements library is included in Aerospace and Transport solution from Illustration area of ConceptDraw Solution Park.
The Aircraft library contains 19 images:
- Sporting airplane
- Aircraft turboprops
- Cargo airplane
- Passenger airplane
- Fighter plane
- Battle plane
- Small helicopter
- Airport control tower
- Radar screen
- Airport terminals
- Baggage conveyor
Pic.1 Aircraft - Design Elements
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There are a lot of tutorials that get you familiar with emergency situations. If you want to know how to create emergency plans and fire evacuation schemes then you must be concerned about safety. There is a list of rules that you should follow to set the fire safety equipment properly.
Discover this precise and accurate fire emergency evacuation plan. This sample drawing demonstrate facilities of ConceptDraw DIAGRAM together with its Fire and Emergency Plans solution. The evacuation plan is designed to provide employees and visitors with a map depicting the ways they may use to escape the building in emergency situations. The telephone sets, first aid boxes and extinguisher are also marked on this plan. The evacuation plan should contain a legend for readers. The similar plans are commonly hang on the wall on the building's floors.
Picture: How To Create Emergency Plans and Fire Evacuation
A database is a data collection, structured into some conceptual model. Two most common approaches of developing data models are UML diagrams and ER-model diagrams. There are several notations of entity-relationship diagram symbols and their meaning is slightly different. Crow’s Foot notation is quite descriptive and easy to understand, meanwhile, the Chen notation is great for conceptual modeling.
An entity relationship diagrams look very simple to a flowcharts. The main difference is the symbols provided by specific ERD notations. There are several models applied in entity-relationship diagrams: conceptual, logical and physical. Creating an entity relationship diagram requires using a specific notation. There are five main components of common ERD notations: Entities, Actions, Attributes, Cardinality and Connections. The two of notations most widely used for creating ERD are Chen notation and Crow foot notation. By the way, the Crow foot notation originates from the Chen notation - it is an adapted version of the Chen notation.
Picture: ERD Symbols and Meanings
Tool to draw Metro Map styled inforgraphics. Los Angeles Metro Rail and Liner sample.
This is a one-click tool to add stations to the map. It lets you control the direction in which you create new stations, change lengths, and add text labels and icons. It contains Lines, Stations, and Landmarks objects.
Picture: How to draw Metro Map style infographics? (Los Angeles)
Use of various charts, diagrams and infographics is the most effective way of visual presenting information about healthy foods, healthy eating and healthy diet. ConceptDraw DIAGRAM diagramming and vector drawing software offers the Health Food solution from the Food and Beverage area of ConceptDraw Solution Park which is overfull of powerful drawing tools, libraries with ready-to-use vector objects and clipart, predesigned samples and examples which will help you easy design healthy foods illustrations.
Picture: Healthy Foods
Near field communication (NFC) is a wireless communication technology that allows smartphones and other similar devices to establish the radio communication with each other on the short distance around 10 centimeters (4 inches).
This example was created in ConceptDraw DIAGRAM using the Computer and Networks Area of ConceptDraw Solution Park and shows the Near field communication (NFC) network.
Picture: Near field communication (NFC). Computer and Network Examples
An Example world map, showing a simple outline of world map. The world map is vector and can be edited or export to svg format.
Picture: Geo Mapping Software Examples - World Map Outline
The art of arranging furniture and other decorations in space is called interior design. Some sites, like sport fields have tight restrictions in dimensions, but there's still a lot of work for a designer. You can help yourself to design such a plan with ConceptDraw DIAGRAM solution Sport Field Plans that contains elements of sport equipment and recreation plans.
This drawing represents the set of vector graphic objects that compose the Sport fields and Recreation library, supplied by ConveptDraw Sport Fields Plans solution. It can be used for drawing interior designs and layouts of sport fields and recreation zones. By using ConceptDraw with Sport Field Plans solution you can create professional plans for different sport fields: basketball, volleyball, football, tennis, golf, etc. Moreover, the use of this solutions enables making a site plans including green zone, pools, parkings - in short, what makes the recreation area, that usually accompanies sports facilities.
Picture: Interior Design. Sport Fields — Design Elements
There are many ways to define the flow of information within a system. Structured-systems analysis method often uses data flow diagrams to show data flow, data storages and data processing visualization. These diagrams are easy to develop and quite useful.
Here is a dataflow diagram presenting an example of the manufacturing process flow. The oval process shapes represent a process that controls data within the current system. The process may produce data or make some action based on data. Data flows are represented by lines. They show the movement of information through the system. The direction of the data flow is depicted by the arrow. The external entities are shown by rectangles. They represent the external entities interacting with the system. The data store objects (unclosed rectangles) are used to show data bases participating in a process flow.
Picture: Data Flow Diagram