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JAWAHARLAL NEHRU TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY HYDERABAD

I B.Tech Regular Examinations June – 2009

ENGINEERING DRAWING

(Common to BME,IT,ETM and ICE)

Time: 3 hours Max Marks: 80

Answer any FIVE Questions.

All Questions carry equal marks.

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1. Draw a parallelogram of sides 120mm and 90mm with included angle of 500.

Construct an ellipse inside it. Draw a normal and tangent at any point on the

curve. [16]

**2. An inelastic string, 145 mm long has its one end attached to the circumference of
**

a circular disc of 40 mm 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. [16]

**3. A line, AB, 75mm long is in second quadrant with the end A in the HP and the
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end B in the VP. The line is inclined at 300 to HP and at 450 to VP. Draw the

projections of AB and determine its traces. [16]

**4. A hexagonal plate of side 40mm, is resting on a corner in VP with its surface
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making an angle of 300 with the VP. The front view of the diagonal passing

through that corner is inclined at 450 to the line xy. Draw the projections of the

plate using auxiliary plane method. [16]

**5. A square pyramid, base 40mm side and axis, 90mm long, has a triangular face on
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the ground and the vertical plane containing the axis makes an angle of 450 with

VP. Draw its projections. [16]

**6. A cube of 50mm long edges is resting on the ground with a vertical face inclined
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at 300 to the VP. Draw the top view, front view and side view of the solid. [16]

Contd…2

[16] x-x-x . (All dimensions in the figure are in mm). Draw the front view. [16] 8. Draw the isometric projection of the combination of the solids. A frustum of a square pyramid of 25mm base edge and height 40mm is placed on top of a sphere of diameter 40mm. top view and left side view of the following object shown in figure below. ::2:: Set-1 7.

P. [8+8] 4. having its major axis 60mm long and minor axis as 40 mm long. All Questions carry equal marks. Draw its projections.Find the distance of the point B from V. The distance between their projectors is 75mm and the line joining their top views makes an angle of 450 with XY .P.Tech Regular Examinations June – 2009 ENGINEERING DRAWING (Common to BME. ----- 1. [16] Contd…2 . b) Draw the projections of a 100mm long straight line inclined at 600 to the V. and its one end in the V. the sum of its distances from P and Q is always the same and equal to 65mm.base 40mm side and height 65mm is resting on the H. Another point Q is 25mm behind the V.P. and 25mm in front of the V.P. 100mm long. Draw the curve traced out by a point P on the circumference of circle. a) Two points A & B are in the H. b) A point P is 15mm above the H.P.P. A line AC. A circular plate of 60mm diameter appears as an ellipse in the front view.P.P.P. [16] 3. and determine its inclination with H.P. in the H. Draw projections of P and Q keeping the distance between their projectors equal to 100mm.P. and 40mm below the H.P and 20mm in front of the V.P. Two fixed points P and Q are 50mm apart. The point A is 30mm in front of the V. A triangular prism . [16] 5.Draw straight lines joining: i) Their front views ii) Their top views.P. and parallel to the V. [16] 6. [16] 2. is in the H. while B is behind the V.a) A vertical line AB 75mm long has its end A in the H.2 JAWAHARLAL NEHRU TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY HYDERABAD I B. Draw the projections of the line joining B and C. on one of its rectangular faces with the axis parallel to the V.P. A coin of 80mm diameter rolls on a horizontal line for half of revolution and then on a vertical line for remaining revolution. Name the curve. Trace the complete path of a point A moving (in the same plane as that of P and Q) in such a way that.IT.Code No: R07A10291 Set..P..P. Draw its top view when the major axis of the ellipse is horizontal.ETM and ICE) Time: 3 hours Max Marks: 80 Answer any FIVE Questions.P.

a) Front view b) Top view c) Both Side views. Draw the following views of the object shown pictorially shown in figure below. Draw the isometric view of the cylinder. [16] x-x-x . base 40mm diameter and axis 55mm long when i) its axis is horizontal ii) its axis is vertical. [16] 8. ::2:: Set-2 7. (all dimensions in the figure are in mm).

Two points ‘A’ & ’B’ are 50mm apart. ----- 1.ETM and ICE) Time: 3 hours Max Marks: 80 Answer any FIVE Questions. The line is in V.P.P. B. [16] 2.P. ‘C’ is 35mm & 30mm from ‘A’ & ‘B’ respectively. and inclined at 300 to the H. [8+8] 4. F are on the ground and lie at the corners of an equilateral triangle of 10m.P. 8 and 12m long.P. Determine graphically the distance between the top ends of the poles that is AC.P and 30mm below the H. and inclined at an angle of 300 to the V. [16] 6. Draw an ellipse passing through A.P. All Questions carry equal marks. having its surface inclined at 450 to H. Draw three views of a cone. C. Another point ‘B’ is 20mm behind V. [16] Contd…2 . b) Three vertical poles AB. Its one end being 25mm above the H.Tech Regular Examinations June – 2009 ENGINEERING DRAWING (Common to BME.P.P.P. Draw the projections of A &B keeping the distance between their projections as 100mm.3 JAWAHARLAL NEHRU TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY HYDERABAD I B. b) Two points P & Q are in the H. CE.IT.P. Their ends B.P. A point ‘P’ is 30mm and 50mm respectively from two straight lines which are at right angles to each other. [16] 3.long sides. Draw the projections of a regular pentagon of 50mm side. The distance between their projections is 75mm and the line joining their top views makes an angle of 300 with XY.P. The apex is in H.P and 20mm in front of V. D. the point ‘P’ is 30mm in front of the V. having one of its generator in the V.P while Q is behind the V.a) The top view of 75mm long line measures 50mm. Draw a rectangular hyperbola from ‘P’ within 10mm distance from each line. [16] 5.. CD. Find the distance of the point Q from the V.Code No: R07A10291 Set. Draw its projections. base 50mm diameter and axis 75mm long. & EA.P. and a side parallel to the H.Draw straight lines joining their top views and their front views.a) A point ‘A’ is 10mm above the H. & EF are 5.

The depth of the lid on the outside is 15 cm. a) Front view b) Top view c) Both Side views [16] x-x-x . Draw the isometric view of the box when the lid is 900 open. The outside dimensions of a box made of 5 cm thick planks are 100cm × 50cm x 50cm height. [16] 8. ::2:: Set-3 7. Draw the following views of the object shown pictorially shown in figure below: (all dimensions in the figure are in mm).

[8+8] 3.4 JAWAHARLAL NEHRU TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY HYDERABAD I B. Find the major and minor axes and the foci. front view and side view. ----- 1. All Questions carry equal marks. [16] 4.Tech Regular Examinations June – 2009 ENGINEERING DRAWING (Common to BME. Draw its projections. Trace the path of the ball if the distance between the building and palm tree is 3. b) In a parallelogram. 165mm long has its one end attached to the circumference of a circular disc of 30mm diameter. the adjacent sides are 100mm and 70mm. [16] 6. having one of its base edges parallel to VP. it just crosses a palm tree 14m high. ETM and ICE) Time: 3 hours Max Marks: 80 Answer any FIVE Questions. An inelastic string. [16] 7. Draw the isometric projection of the combination of the solid. 50mm bottom diameter and 60mm high is placed in a cylindrical block of 75mm diameter and 50mm height such that. Draw the curve traced out by the other end of the string. [16] Contd…2 . both the solids have the common axis. A tetrahedron of 75mm long edges has one edge parallel to VP and inclined at 450 to HP and a face containing that edge is perpendicular to VP.5m. construct an ellipse. when it is completely wound around the disc keeping the string always tight. 100mm long has its ends A 15mm above HP and 10mm in front of VP. Draw the projection of a pentagonal plane ABCDE of side 25mm is resting on the HP on one of its edges (AB). A pentagonal pyramid of 20mm side of base and 50mm high. and the included angle is 550. A line AB.a) A cricket ball is thrown from the top of the building 7m high and at the highest point of flight. resting on its base on HP. [16] 5. Draw its projections. [16] 2. The end B is in the third quadrant. The line is inclined at 450 to HP and 300 to VP. IT.Code No: R07A10291 Set. The plane of the pentagon is inclined at 450 to HP and the top view of the edge is perpendicular to xy line. Draw the top view. A frustum of a cone 25mm top diameter. Draw a tangent at any point on the curve.

top view and side of the object shown in figure below: (All dimensions in the figure are in mm). Draw the front view. ::2:: Set-4 8. [16] x-x-x .

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