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Code No: D109110401
M.Tech I Semester Regular Examinations March 2010
Time: 3hours
Max.Marks:60
All questions carry equal marks
--1.a)
b)

Explain the functional areas of basic CAD system and their application in design
process.
Briefly discuss the various input devices for graphics and state their functions.

2.a)
b)

## What do you understand by C0, C1, C2 continuity conditions in curves?

Find the equation of a Bezier curve which is defined by the four points as
P0 (2, 2, 0), P1 (2, 3, 0), P2 (3, 3, 0) and P3 (3, 2, 0) and also find the points on the
curve for u = 0, , , , 1.

3.

## Explain the parametric representation of the following synthetic surfaces:

a)
Hermite bi cubic surface
b)
Bezier surface
c)
Ruled surface.

4.a)
b)

## Differentiate between linear sweep and rotational sweep.

Find the equation of the Coors surface with 4 corner points of P0 (0, 0) P1 (10, 0)
P2 (0, 5) and P3 (10, 5).

5.a)

## What is the necessity of homogeneous coordinate system? Write transformation

matrix for translation, rotation, and scaling.
A square ABCD of 5 units side as shown in figure, with the origin at lower left
corner placed on a downward slope of 2: 1. Move the object 10 units down the
slope. Develop set of transformations required to produce animation.

b)

6.a)
b)

## Differentiate between B-rep and C-rep models with suitable examples.

Explain how will you create solid fillet using unbounded half spaces.

7.

## Explain the following:

a) STL format
b) IGFS format

8.

c) STEP architecture.

## Briefly explain about collaborative engineering.

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## Code No: D109110401

M.Tech I- Semester Supplementary Examinations September, 2010
Time: 3hours
Max. Marks: 60
All questions carry equal marks
--1.a)
b)

## What are the different types of CAD/CAM systems? Explain.

List out the various types of graphics display devices and explain each one of them
briefly.

2.

Find the equation of a closed B-spline curve defined by 4 control points P0 (1,1),
P1(2,3), P2(4,3) and P3 (5,1). Find coordinates of a point on the curve at u=0,1,4,
and comment on results.

3.a)
b)

Explain Bezier surface and derive the parametric representation of the surface.
Differentiate between ruled and tabulated surface.

4.a)
b)

## Explain various surface manipulations used in modelling.

A line segment in the xy plane defined by end points P1(0,0) and P2(0,5). Sweep the
line by translating 20 units along x-axis and rotating through 2 about x-axis
simultaneously. Find the point at u=0 and s=0.5.

5.a)

Rectangle with coordinate A(2,3) B(2,5) C(6,5) and D(6,3), is reflected along line
whose equation is y=2x+4, and sheared by 2 units in x and y directions. Find the
new coordinates of the object.
Differentiate between Affine, projection, Euclidean transformations.

b)
6.

## Explain the following:

a) C-rep
b) b-rep
c) Pure primitive instancing
d) Analytical solid geometry.

7.a)
b)

## Describe briefly the various data exchange systems currently in use.

Write notes on collaborative engineering.

8.a)
b)

## What is the general procedure for FEM?

Explain the different types of geometrical tolerances.

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## Code No: C0401

M.Tech I - Semester Examinations, March 2011
Time: 3hours
Max. Marks: 60
All questions carry equal marks
--1 (a) With a neat diagram explain the working of Direct view Storage Tube.
(b) A cubic spline curve is defined by the equation.
P (u) = C3u3 + C2u2 + C1u + C0, 0 u 1, where C0, C1, C2 and C3 are the
polynomial Coefficients. Assuming these coefficients are known, find the four
control points that define an identical Bezier curve.
[6+6]
2. (a) Explain the parametric representation of a Lofted Surface.
(b) Magnify the triangle with vertices A (0, 0), B(1,1),and C(5,2) to twice its size while
keeping C (5,2) fixed.
[6+6]
3. (a) Given the four corners P0(1,1), P1(3,1), P2(3,3) and P3 (4,2). Find the equation of
the Bezier surface.
(b) Discuss the important properties of B-Spline surfaces.
[8+4]
4.(a) What is B-representation in solid modeling? Explain the importance in the
construction of the B- representation with examples.
(b) Compare IGES and STEP format of data representation.
[8+4]
5.(a) Derive the finite element equation of a two-node bar element using potential energy
method.
(b) Discuss Mass property calculations on CAD/CAM systems.
[8+4]
6. (a) List various types of output devices and explain about any two of them.
(b) Compare Segmentation and Trimming.

[8+4]

## 7. (a)What is meant by Tolerance Synthesis? Explain Statistical method of tolerance

synthesis.
(b) Compare analytical and synthetic curves.
[8+4]
8. Write short notes on the following :
(a) Graphics Standards
(b) Finite element modeling
(c) Mechanical Tolerances

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## Code No: C0401

M.Tech I - Semester Examinations, October/November-2011
Time: 3hours
Max. Marks: 60
All questions carry equal marks
--1.a)
b)

With a neat diagram explain the working of Vector refresh display system.
[6]
Derive the equation of a cubic B-spline curve. Compare the same with the Bezier curve. [6]

2.a)
b)

## What is a Bezier Surface? Explain the Basic functions of a Bezier surface.

Compare surface modeling with solid modeling.

[8]
[4]

3.a)

Generate the surface having four sides with parameters u and v if x = 3u +v and
y = 2u+3v+uv with boundaries specified as follows:
u = 0; 0 v 1 v =0; 0 u 1
u = 1; 0 v 1 v = 1; 0 u 1
Discuss the important properties of B-spline Surfaces.

[8]
[4]

b)
4.a)
b)
5.

What are CSG trees ? Explain their importance in the construction of the CSG solid models
with examples.
[8]
What is collaborative design? Explain the principles of collaborative design.
[4]
The structure consists of two bars. An axial load P = 200 kN is loaded as shown in Figure 1
below. Determine the element stiffness matrix, global stiffness matrix, global load vector,
nodal displacements, stress in each bar and reaction forces.
[12]

200

100

Steel
A1 = 1000 mm2
E1 = 200 GPa

Bronze
A2 = 2000 mm2
E2 = 83 GPa
Figure 1

6.a)
b)

List various types of output devices and explain about any two of them with neat diagrams.[6]
Briefly explain various types of surface manipulation techniques.
[6]

7.a)

Perform a 600 rotation of a triangle A(0,0), B(2,2) and C(6,3) about the origin and about the
point (-1,-1).
[6]
Explain B-Representation method solid modeling with an example.
[6]

b)
8.
a)
b)
c)

## Write short notes on the following:

STEP Architecture
Blending and sculptured surfaces.

[12]

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## Code No: C0401

M.TECH I - SEMESTER EXAMINATIONS, APRIL/MAY - 2012
Time: 3hours
Max. Marks: 60
All questions carry equal marks
--1.a)
b)

With a neat diagram explain the working principle of ink jet printer.
A parametric cubic curve passes through the points (0, 0), (2, 4), (4, 3), (5, -2) which are
parameterized at u = 0, , and 1 respectively. Determine the geometric coefficient
matrix and slope of the curve when u = 0.5.

2.a)
b)

## Explain the parametric representation of Surface of revolution.

Reflect the polygon whose vertices are A(-1,0), B(0,-2), C(1,0) and D(0,2) about the
lines
i) Horizontal line y = 2, and
ii) Vertical line x = 3.

3.a)

Given the four corners P0(1,1), P1(3,1), P2(3,3) and P3(4,2). Find the equation of the
bi-cubic surface.
Discuss the important properties of Bezier surface.

b)
4.a)
b)

5.a)

## What is B-representation in solid modeling? Explain the importance in the construction

of the B- representation with examples.
Mention the different types of data formats in CAD/CAM and discuss briefly about any
one of them.

b)

Derive the finite element equation of a two-node bar element using potential energy
method.

6.a)
b)

List various types of input devices and explain about any two of them with neat diagrams.
Compare Segmentation and Trimming.

7.a)

## What is Finite Element Modeling? Discuss its application in Mechanical Engineering

Design.
Compare analytical and synthetic curves.

b)
8.
a)
b)
c)

## Write short notes on the following:

COONS patch
Constructive Solid Geometry
Collaborative Design.

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