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I SEMESTER / I YEAR- M.E (CAD/CAM)

ED7102-COMPUTER APPLICATIONS IN DESIGN

QUESTION BANK

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QUESTIONS

PART-A (2 marks)

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Define persistence

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Compare analog flat panel displays and digital flat panel displays.

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Point out how flat screen CRT varies from curved CRT.

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For the position vectors P1[2, 3] and P2[4, 5]determine the parametric

representation of the line segment between them

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Explain what happens to the picture that are too large to fit in the screen?

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Define translations.

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Describe principle and working of CRT with the aid of neat sketch.

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4.

Rotate the triangle ABC counterclockwise by 30, where the triangle has

coordinates A(1,1), B(3,1) and C (1,3).

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Translate a triangle ABC with coordinates A (1, 1), B (5,2), C (3,3) about the

origin by 3 units in the x-direction and 2 units in the y-direction.

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Scale the polygon ABCD with vertices A(5,7) B(12,9) C(10,15) D(7,16) by 2

units in X direction & 3 units in Y direction by keeping the vertices D as fixed.

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Identify and describe the reasons for implementing a computer aided design

system

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terminal.

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Consider the line of coordinates (1,1) and (2,4) rotate the line about the origin

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UNIT-II CURVES AND SURFACES MODELLING

PART A (2 marks)

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Write the parametric equation of a plane surface defined by three points P0,

P1 and P2

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Define segmentation.

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Define patch.

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curves. Explain how a surfaces is represented.

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operations:

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Determine the equation of the plane that passes through points Po(1,2,3), P1(3,4,-

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1)and P2(1,-2,2). Find the coordinates of the center point of the plane. Find the

tangent vectors and the normal vector at this point.

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Derive the vector parametric equations of a straight line for a line connecting

two end points.

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Derive the vector parametric equations of a straight line passing through a point

P1 in a direction defined by a unit vector.

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Find the shape of cubic spline curve if the result is (i) Po= P1,P1=Po ii) Po = P1,

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P1= -Po

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Discuss the representations of the curve and obtain its parametric equation.

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PART-A (2marks)

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Define NURBS.

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Define geometry

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Define topology

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Explain the following polyhedral object using B-rep elements and verify the

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(i) Simple Polyhedra.

(ii) Polyhedral object a face may have loops.

(iii) Objects with holes that do not go through the entire object.

(iv) Objects have holes that go through entire objects

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(i) Extruded

(ii) Revolved feature

(iii) Chamber

(iv) Loft feature

(v) Pocket

(vi) Shell

(vii) Fillet

(viii) Draft

(ix) Rib and

(x) Dimple.

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List the differences and the similarities between nonlinear sweeps and lofts

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Verify the Euler equation for the following solids and check the validity of 3D

solids

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Geometry

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List the types of coherence identified in object space and image space.

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Infer how does the basic scan line method determine which surfaces are hidden?

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needed?

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Define Coherence.

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Explain the method of back face removal. Give its advantages and limitations

with reference to hidden line removal.

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b.) containment test

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Describe the procedures followed in area oriented algorithm for hidden line

removal.

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Explain the methods or the algorithms that are deployed for the hidden solid

removal.

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b.) computing silhouettes.

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How will you formulate and implement a technique for the hidden line removal.

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b.) Warnocks algorithm.

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Explain briefly with sketches any six tests used for hidden line identification.

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Discuss the various steps involved in hidden line removal algorithms with neat

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sketches.

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Mention the difference between the tangent and coincident mating condition.

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Define datum.

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Discuss how the surface area and first moment of inertia is calculated using

CAD software.

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Use the bottom-up approach to create the model of the universal joint shown in

Figure

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The figure below shows a pin and a block with their MCSs. The pin and the

instances to be assembled into the hole in the block. Use WCS and write the

transformationmatrices to merge the three instances of B into A.

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10.

Write short notes on assembly planning and mention the issues arising during

assembly.

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Explain with the help of an example the concept of interferences of positions and

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Describe the architecture, file format of the various product data exchange

standards.

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