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CLASS: I B. Tech TIME: 1 hr BRANCH: ECE-I Dt. 07.05.2013 SUBJECT: ED Max. Marks: 10 ___________________________________________________________________________________ ANSWER ANY TWO OF THE FOLLOWING.

1. The frustum of a sphere with a 80 mm diameter and frustum circle with a 50 mm diameter is used as a paper weight. Draw its isometric projection. 2. Draw the front view, top view and side view of the object whose isometric view is shown in the Figure (All dimensions are in mm).

3. A sphere of 60mm diameter is intersected by a cylinder of 30mm diameter. The axis of the cylinder passes through the centre of the sphere. The tip of the axis of the cylinder is 70mm from the centre of the sphere. Draw the isometric projection of the objects when the axis of the cylinder is parallel to both the VP and the HP. 4. A cone of base 40 mm diameter and height 60 mm is standing on one of the points on the

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base circle and the base makes 30 to the ground and the axis is parallel to the VP. The axis leans towards the left. The object is cut by a section plane such that the view from the left shows the true shape of the section. The topmost portion of the section is 40 mm above the ground. Draw the true shape of the section and also find the inclination of the section plane with the VP and the HP.

The object is cut by a section plane such that the view from the left shows the true shape of the section. Draw the front view. Draw the isometric projection of the objects when the axis of the cylinder is parallel to both the VP and the HP. 3. 07. 4.2013 SUBJECT: ED Max. The tip of the axis of the cylinder is 70mm from the centre of the sphere. Draw its isometric projection. The frustum of a sphere with a 80 mm diameter and frustum circle with a 50 mm diameter is used as a paper weight. A cone of base 40 mm diameter and height 60 mm is standing on one of the points on the 0 base circle and the base makes 30 to the ground and the axis is parallel to the VP. 1. The topmost portion of the section is 40 mm above the ground. The axis leans towards the left.05. 2.MEDHA INSTITUTE OF SCIENCE&TECHNOLOGY CLASS: I B. top view and side view of the object whose isometric view is shown in the Figure (All dimensions are in mm). Marks: 10 ___________________________________________________________________________________ ANSWER ANY TWO OF THE FOLLOWING. Draw the true shape of the section and also find the inclination of the section plane with the VP and the HP. . The axis of the cylinder passes through the centre of the sphere. A sphere of 60mm diameter is intersected by a cylinder of 30mm diameter. Tech TIME: 1 hr BRANCH: ECE-I Dt.

The height of pyramid = 50 mm. Draw the isometric view of the cylinder showing the sectioned surface. The solid stands on HP with one of the sides of the base perpendicular to the VP. with their sides coinciding with each other. 1. 4. The height of prism = 40 mm. All dimensions are in mm. It is cut by a plane perpendicular to VP and 60 degrees inclined to HP and cutting the midpoint of the axis of the solid. Tech TIME: 1 hr BRANCH: ECE-II Dt. 3. A cylinder of diameter 50 mm base and 70 mm height is resting upon its base on HP. . Draw the isometric projection of the solid.MEDHA INSTITUTE OF SCIENCE&TECHNOLOGY CLASS: I B. a) Front view b) Top view c) Left Side view 2.05. A section 0 plane of 60 inclination to Hp cuts the axis of the cylinder at a height of 55 mm from the base. 07. A hexagonal prism. A pentagonal pyramid of base of side 30 mm rests on the top of a pentagonal prism of side 30 mm. Draw the following views for the object shown in figure. having a base with a 20mm side and 60mm height is resting on the base in HP such that one of the rectangular faces is parallel to the VP. Marks: 10 ___________________________________________________________________________________ ANSWER ANY TWO OF THE FOLLOWING. Draw development of lateral surface of the bottom part of the solid.2013 SUBJECT: ED Max.

Marks: 10 ___________________________________________________________________________________ ANSWER ANY TWO OF THE FOLLOWING. Draw the following views for the object shown in figure. 07. The height of pyramid = 50 mm. 8. 7. Draw the isometric view of the cylinder showing the sectioned surface. A pentagonal pyramid of base of side 30 mm rests on the top of a pentagonal prism of side 30 mm. A cylinder of diameter 50 mm base and 70 mm height is resting upon its base on HP. It is cut by a plane perpendicular to VP and 60 degrees inclined to HP and cutting the midpoint of the axis of the solid. A hexagonal prism.2013 SUBJECT: ED Max. Tech TIME: 1 hr BRANCH: ECE-II Dt. Draw the isometric projection of the solid.05. All dimensions are in mm. A section 0 plane of 60 inclination to Hp cuts the axis of the cylinder at a height of 55 mm from the base. with their sides coinciding with each other.MEDHA INSTITUTE OF SCIENCE&TECHNOLOGY CLASS: I B. Draw development of lateral surface of the bottom part of the solid. 5. The solid stands on HP with one of the sides of the base perpendicular to the VP. The height of prism = 40 mm. a) Front view b) Top view c) Left Side view 6. . having a base with a 20mm side and 60mm height is resting on the base in HP such that one of the rectangular faces is parallel to the VP.

MEDHA INSTITUTE OF SCIENCE&TECHNOLOGY CLASS: I B. draw the projections of the sectioned cylinder and the true shape of the section.05. Tech TIME: 1 hr BRANCH: EEE-I Dt. . 0 4. All dimensions are in mm. A cylinder is resting on its base upon Hp. 3. A cylinder of diameter 50 mm base and 70 mm height is resting upon its base on HP. If the diameter of the cylinder is 50 mm and length is 70 mm. 07. Marks: 10 ___________________________________________________________________________________ ANSWER ANY TWO OF THE FOLLOWING. Draw the orthographic projections for the pictorial view shown in figure. A section 0 plane of 60 inclinations to Hp cuts the axis of the cylinder at a height of 55 mm from the base.2013 SUBJECT: ED Max. 2. Draw the isometric view of the cylinder showing the sectioned surface. 1. cutting the axis at a point 20 mm from the top. All dimensions are in mm. It is cut by a plane inclined at 60 to HP. Draw the following views of the object is as shown in figure 1.

Tech TIME: 1 hr BRANCH: EEE-I Dt. Marks: 10 ___________________________________________________________________________________ ANSWER ANY TWO OF THE FOLLOWING. If the diameter of the cylinder is 50 mm and length is 70 mm. All dimensions are in mm.2013 SUBJECT: ED Max. . A cylinder is resting on its base upon Hp. Draw the isometric view of the cylinder showing the sectioned surface. 07. 1. Draw the following views of the object is as shown in figure 1. All dimensions are in mm. Draw the orthographic projections for the pictorial view shown in figure. A 0 section plane of 60 inclinations to Hp cuts the axis of the cylinder at a height of 55 mm from the base. draw the projections of the sectioned cylinder and the true shape of the section. It is cut by a plane inclined at 60 to HP. 3.05. 0 4. A cylinder of diameter 50 mm base and 70 mm height is resting upon its base on HP. 2. cutting the axis at a point 20 mm from the top.MEDHA INSTITUTE OF SCIENCE&TECHNOLOGY CLASS: I B.

3.2013 SUBJECT: ED Max. Draw the following views for the object shown in figure.05. Tech TIME: 1 hr BRANCH: EEE-II Dt. It is cut by a plane perpendicular to VP and 60 degrees inclined to HP and cutting the midpoint of the axis of the solid. Draw the isometric projection of the two objects. The height of prism = 40 mm. All dimensions are in mm. 1. Marks: 10 ___________________________________________________________________________________ ANSWER ANY TWO OF THE FOLLOWING. Draw the isometric projection of the solid. The base edges of the pyramid are parallel to VP. .MEDHA INSTITUTE OF SCIENCE&TECHNOLOGY CLASS: I B. A square pyramid having a side of 50 mm base and 75 mm as axis height stands centrally on circular block of 100 mm diameter and 50 mm thick. A hexagonal prism. 4. A pentagonal pyramid of base of side 30 mm rests on the top of a pentagonal prism of side 30 mm. a) Front view b) Top view c) Left Side view. The solid stands on HP with one of the sides of the base perpendicular to the VP. 07. The height of pyramid = 50 mm. with their sides coinciding with each other. 2. having a base with a 20mm side and 60mm height is resting on the base in HP such that one of the rectangular faces is parallel to the VP. Draw development of lateral surface of the bottom part of the solid.

Draw development of lateral surface of the bottom part of the solid.2013 SUBJECT: ED Max. Draw the isometric projection of the two objects. Tech TIME: 1 hr BRANCH: EEE-II Dt. The solid stands on HP with one of the sides of the base perpendicular to the VP. All dimensions are in mm. . The height of prism = 40 mm. 4. 2. 3. Draw the isometric projection of the solid. 1. A hexagonal prism. A square pyramid having a side of 50 mm base and 75 mm as axis height stands centrally on circular block of 100 mm diameter and 50 mm thick.MEDHA INSTITUTE OF SCIENCE&TECHNOLOGY CLASS: I B. The height of pyramid = 50 mm. with their sides coinciding with each other. The base edges of the pyramid are parallel to VP. 07. It is cut by a plane perpendicular to VP and 60 degrees inclined to HP and cutting the midpoint of the axis of the solid. Marks: 10 ___________________________________________________________________________________ ANSWER ANY TWO OF THE FOLLOWING. a) Front view b) Top view c) Left Side view.05. A pentagonal pyramid of base of side 30 mm rests on the top of a pentagonal prism of side 30 mm. Draw the following views for the object shown in figure. having a base with a 20mm side and 60mm height is resting on the base in HP such that one of the rectangular faces is parallel to the VP.

with its axis inclined at 20 to VP.T. base 26 mm side and axis 80 mm long.P. 3. which meets the axis at a distance of 20 mm from top base. with a 60 mm base diameter and a 70 mm long axis. Tech TIME: 1 hr BRANCH: CSE Dt. of which 0 makes an angle of 30 with the V. 07.P.MEDHA INSTITUTE OF SCIENCE&TECHNOLOGY CLASS: I B. Draw its sectional front view and obtain the true shape of the section. 2. and passes through a point distant 25 mm on the axis from one of its ends. All dimensions are in mm.2013 SUBJECT: ED Max. A cylinder. top view and true shape of the section. . 1. the H. is lying on a generator on the H. Draw the following views for the object shown in figure. inclined at 45 to VP and passing through the midpoint of the prism 0 as well as making 65 with the axis.05. Marks: 10 ___________________________________________________________________________________ ANSWER ANY TWO OF THE FOLLOWING. It is cut by a plane 0 perpendicular to HP.P with its axis parallel to the V. 4. A vertical section plane. A hexagonal prism. Draw the isometric view of the remaining portion of the cylinder. Draw the sectional front vies. cuts the cylinder. a) Front view b) Top view c) Left Side view. is lying on one of its 0 rectangular faces upon HP. A vertical cylinder of base diameter 50 mm and height 70 mm is cut by a plane inclined 0 at 55 to HP and perpendicular to VP.

with a 60 mm base diameter and a 70 mm long axis. Tech TIME: 1 hr BRANCH: CSE Dt. . All dimensions are in mm. A hexagonal prism. 07. 6. It is cut by a plane 0 perpendicular to HP. Draw the following views for the object shown in figure.P. is lying on a generator on the H. Marks: 10 ___________________________________________________________________________________ ANSWER ANY TWO OF THE FOLLOWING. A vertical cylinder of base diameter 50 mm and height 70 mm is cut by a plane inclined 0 at 55 to HP and perpendicular to VP.T. Draw the sectional front vies. Draw its sectional front view and obtain the true shape of the section. a) Front view b) Top view c) Left Side view. A cylinder.2013 SUBJECT: ED Max. 5. Draw the isometric view of the remaining portion of the cylinder.P with its axis parallel to the V. top view and true shape of the section. of which 0 makes an angle of 30 with the V. inclined at 45 to VP and passing through the midpoint of the prism 0 as well as making 65 with the axis. A vertical section plane.P. 7. with its axis inclined at 20 to VP. the H.05. which meets the axis at a distance of 20 mm from top base. 8. cuts the cylinder. is lying on one of its 0 rectangular faces upon HP.MEDHA INSTITUTE OF SCIENCE&TECHNOLOGY CLASS: I B. and passes through a point distant 25 mm on the axis from one of its ends. base 26 mm side and axis 80 mm long.

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