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John Nolan
Edward Gibbons

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A rectangular section duct is to intersect a square duct at an angle of 45

degrees as shown in the figure.
Find the surface development of each ducting piece.

Front Elevation

Development of duct A

Plan

Development of duct B

A square section duct of 50 mm side is being intersected by a rectangular

sectioned duct of sides 32 mm x 50 mm. the ducts meet at an angle of 60o.
find the complete surface development of both ducting pieces.

Front Elevation
Development of duct A

Plan

Development of duct B

The elevation of an elbow joint for a circular duct is shown. Find the
development of the part of the duct marked A.

A
Development of duct A

The elevation of a double elbow joint for a circular duct is shown.

Develop the surface of the section marked A, as in the figure shown

A
Development of duct A

The diagram shows a Y joint between three 50mm diameter pipes.

Develop the surface of the section marked A from the figure shown

Development of duct A

A pipe P intersects a larger pipe at right angles. Draw the given end view and
complete the front elevation. Develop the surface of the pipe P.

Development of P

End Elevation

Front Elevation

A circular duct pipe intersects a square duct pipe as shown.

i. Draw a front elevation and end view showing the line of intersection.
ii. Develop the surface of the cylindrical duct.
iii. Show the true shape of the hole to be cut in the square duct.

Development of circular duct

End Elevation

Front Elevation

Development
of the hole

The diagram shows the end view of a T-junction joining a 40mm diameter pipe
and a 50mm diameter pipe. One side of the smaller pipe is tangential to the
larger pipe as shown in the figure.
(i) Draw the given view and find the front elevation showing the line of
intersection.
(ii) Develop the surface of the 40mm diameter pipe.
(iii) Develop enough of the 50mm diameter pipe to show the true shape of the
hole to be cut in it.

End Elevation

Front Elevation

Partial development showing

the true shape of the hole to
be cut in in the larger cylinder

The diagram shows the plan and elevation of two intersecting air
conditioning ducts. The ducts intersect at an oblique angle
(i) Draw the plan and elevation of the ducting. Showing the line of
intersection.
(ii) Project an end elevation.
(iii) Develop the oblique duct and show
the true shape of the hole.

End Elevation

Front Elevation
Partial development
of 250mm duct
showing true shape
of hole

Plan

Development of 200mm duct

The plan and incomplete elevation of two ducts are shown. One duct is
circular in cross section, while the other is square in cross section.
i.

Find the line of intersection between the two ducts and project an
end view.
ii. Develop the surface of the square duct

Partial
development
of 250mm
duct showing
true shape of
hole
End Elevation

Front Elevation

Plan

Development of 200mm duct

Transition Pieces

Transition Pieces

Triangulation Method
Used to develop transition pieces

Divides surfaces into a number of triangles

These triangles are used to build up the development

Given the plan and elevation of a sheet, metal hopper.

Find the complete development of the surfaces.

Front Elevation

Plan

Rebattment

Development

Using the same measurements as in the

previous figure or as shown here on the left.
Find the development of the funnel piece
using the rebattment method

Front Elevation

Plan

To develop the surface of the transition piece connecting two circular pipes
whose axes are not aligned.

Front Elevation

Plan

Development

The figure shows a transition piece starting as a rectangle and ending as a circle. The
circle is off-centre.
Show the complete surface development of the surface of the transition piece.

Development
Front Elevation

Plan

Shown is a transition piece joining a square duct to a circular duct. The

ducts lie in different axes. Make a development of the transition piece

Front Elevation

Plan
Development

The figure shows a transition piece connecting two cylindrical pipes of

different diameters and on different axes.
Find a half - development of this transition piece.

Elevation

Plan

Half Development

The figure shows a rectangular

duct intersecting with an oblique
cylindrical section of ductwork.
(i) Find the line of intersection
between the ducting
systems.
(ii) Make a half development
of the oblique cylindrical
duct.
(iii) Find the complete surface
development of the
rectangular duct.

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Front Elevation
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End Elevation

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Plan

Half-development of oblique
cylindrical duct

Development of
rectangular duct

The diagram shows a

square duct intersecting
with an oblique
cylindrical section of
ductwork.
(i) Draw the given views
and project a plan.
(ii) Show the line of
intersection in all
views.
(iii) Develop the surface
of the square ducting
section A.
(iv) Develop the surface
of the oblique
cylindrical duct

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Front Elevation

End Elevation

Half-development of oblique
cylindrical duct
Plan

Development of
rectangular duct

Cylindrical duct intersecting an oblique cylindrical duct the cylinder duct is off
centre
i. Draw the given views and project a plan
ii. Find the joint line in all views
iii. Develop section A of the cylindrical duct
iv. Develop the oblique cylindrical duct

Front Elevation

End Elevation

Half-development of oblique
cylindrical duct

A transition piece which is in the form of a truncated oblique cone. The

transition piece is intersected by a square duct as shown.
i. Draw the given views and project a plan
ii. Find the joint line in all views
iii. Develop the surface of the transition piece
iv. Develop the surface of the square duct

Front Elevation
End Elevation

Plan

Half-development of oblique
cone duct

Half-development of oblique
cylindrical duct

2010 HL