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CMR TECHNICAL CAMPUS ENGINEERING DRAWING CSE-A SHEET NUMBER -1 R 09 PREVIOUS QUESTIONS FROM ELLIPSE -2010 1.

Two fixed points A and B are 100mm apart. Trace the complete path of

a point P moving in the same plane as that of A and B in such a way that, the sum of its distances from A and B is always the same and equal to 125 mm. 2. The major axis of an ellipse is 100mm and the foci are at a distance of 15 mm from its ends. Find the minor axis. Draw the ellipse by arc of circles method. 3. Draw an ellipse in a parallelogram having sides 15cm and 9 cm long and an included angle of 60 degrees. 4. The major axis of the ellipse is 100 mm and the minor axis is 55 mm. Find the foci and construct the ellipse by Arc of circles method. Also draw a pair of tangents from any point, P outside the ellipse.
SHEET NUMBER- 2 R 09 PREVIOUS QUESTIONS FROM PARABOLA -2010 1. Draw a parabola when the distance between focus and directrix is

50mm. Draw a tangent and normal at a point distant 70mm from the directrix. 2. A ball thrown up in the air maches a maximum height of 45 meters and travels a horizontal distance of 75 meters. Trace the path of the ball assuming it to be parabolic. 3. The ordinate of a point P on the curve is 50 mm and is at a distance of 25 mm from the vertex. Draw the parabola.
SHEET NUMBER- 3 R 09 PREVIOUS QUESTIONS FROM HYPERBOLA -2010 1. The vertex of a hyperbola is 5cms from directrix. Draw the curve if the

eccentrics is 3/2. Draw the normal and tangent at a point 50mm from axis. 2. Two straight lines, OA and OB make an angle of 750 between them. P is a point 40 mm from OA and 50 mm from OB. Draw a hyperbola through P, with OA and OB as asymptotes. 3. A point P is 30mm and 50mm respectively from two straight lines which are at right angles to each other. Draw a rectangular hyperbola from p with in 10mm distance from each line. Note: All students should submit above the sheets after

completing the above topics immediately by next class for day to day assessment of internal marks.

N.CHANDRA SEKAHAR REDDY Associate Professor


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CYCLOIDS A circle of 50 mm diameter rolls on a straight line without slipping. Draw the locus of a point on the circumference of the circle for one complete revolution. Draw tangent and normal to the curve 15 mm above the axis. [JUNE2010] A circle of 50 mm diameter rolls on a straight line, without slipping. Draw the locus of a point on the circumference of the circle for one revolution. Name the Curve. Draw the tangent & normal to the curve at a point 2 cm below the axis. [JUNE2010] A coin of 40mm diameter rolls over a horizontal table without slipping. A point on the circumference of the coin in contact with the table surface in the beginning and after one complete revolution. Draw the path traced by the point. Draw a tangent and normal at a point 25 mm from the table. [JUNE2010] A circle of 50 mm diameter rolls on a horizontal line for half a revolution. For the remaining half revolution it rolls on a line perpendicular to the first. Draw the curve traced by a point on the circumference of the circle. [JUNE2010]
SHEET NUMBER -5
HYPO CYCLOID

1. Draw a hypo cycloid of a circle of 40 mm. diameter which rolls inside

another circle of 160 mm diameter for one complete revolution.


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2. A circle of 30mm diameter rolls on the concave side of generating

circle of radius 30mm. Draw the path traced by a point on the generating circle for one complete revolution. [JUNE2010] 3. Construct a hypocycloid with rolling circle of 50 mm diameter and directing circle of 175 mm diameter. Draw a tangent to it at a point 50 mm from the centre of the directing circle. [JUNE2010] 4. A circus man rides on a motor cycle, inside a globe of 4 m diameter. The motor cycle wheel is 1 m in diameter. Draw the locus of a point on the circumference of the wheel of motor cycle for its one complete turn on the maximum circular path and name the curve. [JUNE2010]
SHEET NUMBER -6

EPI CYCLOID

1. Draw an epi-cycloid of circle of 40 mm diameter which rolls outside

another circle of 120 mm diameter for one revolution. [JUNE2010] 2. Draw an epi cycloid generated by a rolling circle of 60 mm diameter for one complete revolution. The radius of directing circle is 100mm.Draw a tangent and a normal to the curve at 150mm from the center of the directing circle. [JUNE2010]

should submit above the sheets after completing the above topics immediately by next class for day to day assessment of internal marks.
Note: N.CHANDRA SEKAHAR REDDY Associate Professor
SHEET NUMBER -7
INVOLUTE

All students

1. Draw in volute of a pentagon side 30 mm. Draw its tangent and normal 2. Draw an involute of a circle of 35 mm diameter. Draw also a normal and tangent to it
at a point 75 mm away from the centre of the circle. [JUNE 2010] SHEET NUMBER -8 PLAINSCALE / PLAIN COMPARITIVE SCALE 1. A room of 1728 cu.m. in volume is shown by a cube of 216 cu.cm. Volume. Find R.F. construct a plain scale to measure up to 40 m. Mark on it a distance of 28 m. .[JUNE
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fit at 70 mm of the centre of pentagon. [JUNE 2010]

2. A train is running at a speed of 40 km/hr. Construct a plane scale to read up to a km


and a minute. The scale should measure up to 50 km. The RF of the scale is 1:25000. On the scale show the distance covered by the train in 39 minutes. [JUNE 2010] 3. Construct a plain scale to compute time in minutes and distance covered by a train in km., when the train passes between two stations 250 km apart in five hours. The scale should have R.F. 1/500000. Show the distance covered in 45 minutes on the scale. [JUNE 2010] SHEET NUMBER -9 DIAOGONAL SCALE / DIAOGONAL COMPARITIVE SCALE 1. Construct a diagonal scale of R F = 1/2000 to show meters and long enough to measure up to 300 m. Mark on it a distance of 257 m. [JUNE 2010] 2. An area of 144 sq.cm on the map represents an area of 36 sq.km on the field. Find R.F and draw a diagonal scale to show kilometers, hectometers & decameters and to measure up to 10 km. indicate on this scale 7.58 km. [JUNE 2010] 3. Construct a diagonal scale to read up to 1/100 of kilometers having given the value of R.F. = 1/50,000 and to measure up to 8 kilometers. Indicate on the scale, a distance of 6.76 kilometers. [JUNE 2010]

4. A small length of 1 mm is to be enlarged to 20 times and a diagonal scale is to be


constructed to represent this such that the LC is 0.01 mm. Construct this scale and mark on it a distance of 0.73 mm and 0.29 mm. What is the RF of this scale? [JUNE
2010]

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SHEET NUMBER -10 VERNIEAR SCALE Construct a vernier scale of 1:2 to show decimeters, centimeters, millimeters an long enough to read up to 4 decimeters. Mark on it a distance of 2.38 decimeters on the scale. [JUNE 2010] The actual length of 500m is represented by a line of 15 cm on a drawing. Construct a vernier scale to read upto 600 m. Mark on the scale a length of 549 m. [JUNE 2010] Draw a vernier scale of R.F=5 to read 1/5cm and 1/25cm and to measure upto 5cm.Mark on the scale distances of 2.12cm. [JUNE 2010] Draw a Vernier scale of RF = 1/24 to read yards, feet and inches, and to measure up to 4 yards. Show on it lengths representing) 2 yards 2 feet 10 inches ii) 1 foot 3 inches. [JUNE 2010]

Note: All students should submit above the sheets after completing the above topics immediately by next class for day to day assessment of internal marks.

N.CHANDRA SEKHAR REDDY ate Professor Associ