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Engineering Drawing Unit 1Ratings: (0)|Views: 278|Likes: 3

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Department of Mechanical Engineering

B Tech I Year - Previous Year QuestionsENGINEERING DRAWINGUNIT - I

1. a) An area of 49 sq cm on a map represents an area of 16 m

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on a field. Draw a scalelong enough to measure 8 m. Mark a distance of 6 m 9 dm on the scale. Find RF andlength of the scale. b) Construct an ellipse of major diameter 120 mm and minor diameter 80 mm usingconcentric circle method for half of the curve and oblong method for the other half of thecurve. [15] SET-12. a) A cube of 5 cm sides represents a tank of 1000 m

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volume. Find the R. F. andconstruct a scale to measure up to 35 m and mark a distance of 27 m on it. b) The major axis of an ellipse is 120mm long and the foci are at a distance of 20mmfrom its ends. Draw the ellipse using one-half of it by concentric circles method and theother half by rectangle method. [15] SET-23. a) Construct a diagonal scale of 1:25 to read metres, decimeters and centimeters andlong enough to measure 4 m. Mark on it a distance of 2.47 m. b) The focus of a hyperbola is 35 mm from its directrix. Draw the curve wheneccentricity is 4/3. Draw a tangent and a normal to the curve at a point 30mm from thefocus. [15] SET-34. a) Construct a diagonal scale showing kilometer, hectometer and decameter in which a2 cm long line represents 1 km and the scale is long enough to measure up to 7 km. FindR.F. and mark 4 km 5 hm 3 dm on it. b) Draw the hyperbola when the focus and the vertex are 25 mm apart. Consider eccentricity as 3/2. Draw a tangent and normal to the curve at a point that is 35 mm fromthe focus. [15] SET-45. a) Draw a plain scale of RF 1:40 to read Metres and Decimetres and long enough tomeasure up to 8m. Show lengths of 4.3m and 6.2m on this scale. b) Draw the hyperbola when the focus and the vertex are 25 mm apart. Consider eccentricity as 3/2. Draw a tangent and normal to the curve at a point that is 35 mm fromthe focus. [15] SET-16. a) The R.F. of a scale is 1/400. Construct the scale to measure a maximum distance of 50 m and show a distance of 37.6 m on it. Name the scale and find length of the scale. b) The major axis of an ellipse is 120 mm long and the foci are at a distance of 20 mmfrom its ends. Draw the ellipse using one-half of it by concentric circles method and theother half by rectangle method. SET-2Prepared by: Ch Chandra Mouli, Sr Asst Professor

Department of Mechanical Engineering7. a) The distance between two stations by road is 200 km and it is represented on acertain map by a 5 cm long line. Find the R. F. and construct a diagonal scale showing asingle kilometer and long enough to measure up to 600 km. Show a distance of 467 kmon this scale. b) Draw an ellipse when the distance of its focus from the directrix is 60 mm andeccentricity is 2/3. Draw tangent and normal to the curve at a point 40 mm from focus.[15] SET-38. a) Construct and name the scale of R.F. 1: 250 to show decimeter and long enough tomeasure up to 30 m. Indicate a distance of 28.9 m on it. b) Construct an ellipse of major diameter 120mm and minor diameter 80mm usingconcentric circle method. [15] SET-49. An inelastic string having a 140 mm length has one end attached to the circumferenceof a circular disc with a 35mm diameter. Draw the curve traced out by the other end of the string when it is completely wound around the disc, keeping the string always tight.[15] SET-110. Construct a plain scale to show decimeters and centimeters and long enough tomeasure up to 1m. Take RF of the scale 1:10. Mark a distance of 6.3 dm and 4.2 on it[15] SET-211. Construct a diagonal scale to read up to 1/100 of kilometers having given the value of R.F. 1:50,000 and to measure up to 8 km. Indicate on the scale, a distance of 6.76 km.[15] SET-312. A car is running at a speed of 55km/hour. Construct a diagonal scale to read 1 km by3 cm and to measure upto 6 km. Mark also on the scale the distance covered by the car in4 minutes 28 seconds. [15] SET-4.13. a) Construct a diagonal scale of 1:25 to read metres, decimeters and centimeters andlong enough to measure 4m. Mark on it a distance of 2.47m. b) Draw a parabola in the parallelogram of sides 120 mm and 80 mm, take the longer sideas horizontal base. Consider one of the included angles between the sides as 60 degrees.[15] SET-114. a) A room of 1728 m

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volume is shown by a cube of 4 cm side. Find the R.F. andconstruct a scale to measure up to 50 m. Also indicate a distance of 37.6 m on the scale. b) Draw a parabola when span is 80 mm and rise is 30 mm using tangent method. [15]SET-215. a) An area of 400 cm

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on a map represents an area of 25m

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on a field. Construct ascale to measure up to 5 km and capable to show a distance of 3.56 km. Indicate thisdistance on the scale. b) Draw a parabola when span and rise are 100 mm and 80 mm respectively. Draw thecurve using rectangle method. [15] SET-3Prepared by: Ch Chandra Mouli, Sr Asst Professor

Department of Mechanical Engineering16. a) The distance between two points on a map is 15 cm. The real distance betweenthem is 20 km. Draw a diagonal scale to measure up to 25 km and show a distance of 13.6 km on it. b) Draw a path of a ball which is thrown from ground level which reaches a height of 30m and a horizontal distance of 60 m before return to the ground. Name the curve. [15]SET-417. a) Construct and name the scale of R.F. 1:250 to show decimeter and long enough tomeasure up to 30m. Indicate a distance of 28.9 m on it. b) Draw the locus of a point lying on the circumference of a circle having a 70 mmdiameter, which rolls on a circle with a 140 mm diameter with internal contact for onecomplete rotation. [15] SET-118. a) The R.F.of a scale is 1/400. Construct the scale to measure a maximum distance of 50 m and show a distance of 37.6m on it. Name the scale and find length of the scale. b) A circle having a 50 mm diameter rolls within a circle with a 150 mm diameter withinternal contact. Draw the locus of a point lying on the circumference of the rolling circlefor its complete turn. Name the curve. Also draw a tangent and a normal to the curve, at a point that is 40 mm from the centre of the bigger circle. [15] SET-219. a) A cube of 5cm sides represents a tank of 1000 m

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volume. Find the R.F. andconstruct a scale to measure up to 35m and mark a distance of 27 m on it. b) A fixed point is 90 mm from the fixed straight line. Draw the locus of a point Pmoving in such a way that its distance from the fixed point is twice its distance from thefixed straight line. Name the curve. [15] SET-320. a) A line 1 cm long represents a length of 4 decametre. Draw a plain scale and mark adistance of 6.7 m on it. Find RF and length of the scale. b) Draw the hyperbola when its vertex and its focus are at a distance of 40 mm and 25mm respectively from the directrix. Plot at least six points. [15] SET-421. A circle having a 50 mm diameter rolls within a circle with a 150 mm diameter withinternal contact. Draw the locus of a point lying on the circumference of the rolling circlefor its complete turn. Name the curve. Also draw a tangent and a normal to the curve, at a point that is 40 mm from the centre of the bigger circle. [15] SET-122. Construct two branches of a hyperbola when its transverse axis is 50 mm long andfoci are 70 mm apart. Locate its directrix and determine the eccentricity. [15] SET-223. The distance between two stations is 130km. a train covers this distance in 2.5 hours.Construct a plain scale to measure time upto a single minute. The RF of the scale1:260000. Find the distance covered by the train in 45 minutes. [15] SET-324. Draw the path that would be traced by an end of the string, when it is unwound fromthe circumference of the disc, which is in the form of a square having a 30 mm sidesurmounted by semicircles on opposite sides. [15] SET-4Prepared by: Ch Chandra Mouli, Sr Asst Professor

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