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MODEL QUESTION PAPER B.E. / B.Tech. Degree Examinations First Semester GE1101 – ENGINEERING GRAPHICS (Common to all branches of Engineering & Technology) TIME – 3 Hours Instructions 1. 2. Answer all 5 questions in A3 size drawing sheet book provided. Use appropriate scale if necessary, to fit the solution within A3 size. (5 x 20 = 100 Marks) 1. Sketch by free hand, the following views of the objects shown in Figure Q1. The dimensioning is also to be marked by free hand. (i) (ii) (iii) 2.a) The front view in the direction of the arrow The top view The Side view, as viewed from the side available for view (10 Marks) (5 Marks) (5 Marks) MAXIMUM : 100 Marks

The projections of a line measure 80 mm in the top view and 70 mm in the front view. The mid point of the line is 45 mm in front of VP and 35 mm above HP. One end is 10 mm in front of VP and nearer to it. The other end is nearer to HP. Draw the projections of the line, find the true length and true inclinations with the reference planes. OR


A thin pentagonal lamina of 60 mm long edges rests on one of its corners in HP. Draw its projections when the surface of the lamina makes 45º with HP and the top view of the line joining the centre and that corner is HP, in inclined at 30º to VP. A square pyramid, side of base 50 mm and altitude 75 mm long, is lying on more of its lateral faced on HP. The projection of the axis on HP in this position is parallel to the reference line. Draw the front view & top of the pyramid. OR



A hexagonal prism of 30 mm base sides and axis 70 mm long is suspended freely from one of its base corners. Draw its front view & top view, when the vertical plane containing the axis, and the point of suspension is parallel to VP.

A circular ring of 180 mm diameter and 60 mm height is attached to the frustum at the bottom. Draw the sectional front view & the top view. Draw the perspective projection of the solid. The diameter of the circular hole is 25 mm.a) A pentagonal pyramid of 20 mm edge of base and axis 40 mm long stands vertically with its base on HP and an edge parallel to VP. with its base edges equally inclined to the PP. Its top is 300 mm diameter and bottom 180 mm diameter & its height is 325 mm. The nearest base edge corner is 10 mm in front of PP. passing through a point 20 mm to the left of the axis.b) A bucket made of thin sheet metal is in the form of an inverted frustum of a cone. Draw the isometric view of the table weight.b) A frustum of a square pyramid of bottom base side 40 mm and top face side 20 mm and height 40 mm is lying on the ground vertically. The sides of the triangular ends are 50 mm and the height of the table weight is 100 mm. Also draw the true shape of the cut portion. including the bottom ring. Draw the development of the lateral surface of the bucket. ----- . Adopt a scale of 1 : 5. A glass table weight is in the form of a triangular prism with a central cylindrical hole passing through the triangular ends. It is cut by a vertical section plane inclined at 30º to VP and located at a distance of 5 mm from the axis and in front of it. The station point is 60 mm in front of PP and 90 mm above the ground and lies in a central plane. OR 5.a) 5. OR 4.4.