SHRI RAMDEOBABA KAMLA NEHRU ENGINEERING COLLEGE, NAGPUR DEPARTMENT OF INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING ENGINEERING DRAWING: ASSIGNMENT SHEET 2009-10
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Sub. Date. 24-29 Aug 2009
▪ ASSIGNMENT NO. 02
Scales
Prob.1. Construct vernier scale of least count 2 mm. The length of the scale is 20 cm. Show the following distance on it.
(1) 13.4 cm
(2) 2.8 cm.
Prob.2. The volume of water tank of size 8m X 4M X 2M is represented on drawing by volume 512 cm ^{3} . Construct a diagonal scale to measure up to 7m. Show on it the following distances.
(i) 6.23 m
(ii) 0.57 m. Prob.3. Distance between Delhi and Agra is 200 km. A train covers this distance in 4 hrs. Construct plain comparative scale to measure time up to a single minute. Take RF=1/200000. Find the distance covered by the train in 42 mins.
Sub. Date. 7-12 sept 2009
ASSIGNMENT NO
Loci of Points
03
1. PO is a rod 50 mm long. It rotates about its end C with a speed of one revolution per second while C moves along a straight line CB towards B with speed of 120 mm per second. Draw the path traced out by the end P point for one complete revolution of the rod. In the starting position assume the rod PO to be laying along the extension of the line OB. show all construction line.
2. A wheel of diameter AB = 120 rotates about its centre O. During its two complete rotations a point P moves along AB from A to B and back to A. Draw the locus of point P.
3. A link AB 100mm long is oscillating about its midpoint. The angle of oscillation is 150 ^{0} and the rate being 300 per sec. A point P initially at A on the link moves along the link (too and fro) at the rate of 200m/sec. assuming both motions taking simultaneously; draw the locus of point P for a period of one second.
Sub. Date. 21-26 Sept 2009
ASSIGNMENT NO. 04
Engineering Curves
Prob.1 Two points F and F’ are located on a sheet of paper and are 100mm apart. A point P moves on the sheet such that the difference of its distance from F and F’ always remains 60mm. Find the locus of P. Draw a tangent to the locus at any general point. Prob. 2 A fountain jet discharges water from ground level at an inclination of 45° to the ground. The jet travels a horizontal distance of 7.5mts from the point of discharge and falls on the ground. Trace the path of the jet. Name the curve.
Prob. 3 Draw a circle with diameter AB equal to 65 mm. Draw a line AC 150 mm long and tangent to the circle. Trace the path of A, when the line AC rolls on the circle without slipping. Name the curve. Draw a tangent and normal to the curve at a point 100 mm from the centre of the circle.
Projection of Lines I
▪ ASSIGNMENT NO. 05
Sub. Date. 28Sept -8 Oct 2009
Prob.1. The vertical poles AB, CD and EF are 4m, 8m and 12m long respectively. Their ends B, D and F are on the HP and lies at the corners of an equilateral triangle of 10m sides. Determine graphically the distance between the top ends of the poles viz. AC, CE and EA. Prob.2. A line PQ 8.5cm long is in second quadrant with the end P in HP and end Q in VP. The line is inclined at 30 ^{0} to HP and 45 ^{0} to VP. Draw its projections. Hint only difference line is in second quadrant. Prob.3. Two wire ropes are attached to the top corner of 15m high building. The other end of one wire rope is attached to the top of a vertical pole 5m high and the rope makes an angle of depression of 45 ^{0} . The other wire rope makes an angle of depression of 30 ^{0} and is attached to the top of a vertical pole 2m high. The two poles, in the top view, are 20m apart. Draw the projections of the wire ropes.
Sub. Date. 28Sept -8 Oct 2009
Projection of Lines II
▪ ASSIGNMENT NO. 06
Prob.1. Two pegs A and B are fixed in each of the two adjacent side walls of a rectangular room. Pegs A is 1.5m above the floor and 1.2m from the side wall and is protruding 0.3m from the wall. Find the distance between the pegs. Prob.2. A road is running due north east from a point A is having a downward gradient of 1 in 5. A point B 12m due east is at the same level. Another road starting from B and is running 15m due north meets the road from A at point C. Draw the projections and fins the length of road AC and BC. Prob.3. A tripod stand rests on the floor. One of its legs is 15cm long and makes an angle 70 ^{o} with the floor. Te another legs are 16cm and 17cm respectively. The upper ends of the legs are attached to the corners of a horizontal equilateral triangular frame of 5cm side, one side of which is parallel to VP. In the top view the legs appear as lines 120 ^{o} apart, which if produced, would meet in a point. Draw the projections of tripod and determine the angle which each of the other two legs make with the floor.
Projection of Planes
Sub. Date. 2-7 Nov 2009
▪ ASSIGNMENT NO. 07
Prob.1. ABC is an equilateral triangle of altitude 50mm with ab in xy and c above xy, abc is an isosceles triangle of altitude 75mm and c" below xy. Determine the true shape of triangle ABC of which abc" is top view and abc is the front view. Prob.2. FV of a plane is a square a'b'c'd' having diagonals 50mm. Diagonal a'c' parallel to xy. The TV of a plane is a rhombus abcd having shortest diagonal ac = 50mm and diagonal bd = 70mm, perpendicular to xy. Draw the projection and determine true shape of plane. Find its surface inclination with HP and VP. Prob.3. A hexagonal lamina has its one of the sides in HP and is parallel to the VP. Its opposite parallel side is 25mm above the HP. Draw the projections and draw another view on an auxiliary view inclined plane inclined to HP. Take side 25mm.
Isometric Projection
Sub. Date. 9-14 Nov 2009
ASSIGNMENT NO. 08
Draw the isometric Projection of the following fig1, fig2.
Fig.1
Fig.2
Sub. Date. 16-21 Nov 2009
ASSIGNMENT NO. 09
Isometric View
Draw the isometric view of the following fig1, fig2.
Fig. 1
Fig 2
Sub. Date. 30 Nov-5 Dec 2009
Projection of solids
▪ ASSIGNMENT NO. 10
Prob.1 A cone base diameter 50mm and axis 70mm long is freely suspended from a point on the rim of its base . draw the front view and the top view when the plane containing its axis is perpendicular to HP and makes an angle of 45 ^{0} with HP. Prob.2. A right regular pentagonal pyramid with the side of the base 30mm and height 60mm rests on the edge of its base on the horizontal plane , the base being tilted until the vertex is at 60mm above the HP . Draw the projections of pyramid when the edge on which it rests is made parallel to VP. Prob.3. A pentagonal pyramid with edge of the base 25mm and axis 70mm is resting on its triangular face on HP such that a vertical plane containing the axis is inclined at 45 ^{0} to VP. Draw its three views.
Section of solids & Development
7-12 Dec 2009
▪ ASSIGNMENT NO. 11
Prob.1 A vertical cylinder is cut by section plane perpendicular to VP and inclined to HP in such away that the true shape of section is an ellipse with 50 and 80mm as its minor and major axes. The smallest generator on the cylinder is 20mm long after it is cut by section plane with HP. Draw the development of lower half of cylinder. Prob.2 A square pyramid of 50mm edges of base and axis 70mm long is resting on its base on the ground. it is cut by section plane perpendicular to VP and inclined to HP in such way that true shape of section is a trapezium with one of the parallel sides 20mm long and opposite side is largest possible . Draw the projections, show true shape of section and determine inclination of cutting plane with HP also draw the development of lower retained portion. Prob.3 A cone of base diameter 60mm and axis 80mm long has one of its generator in VP and parallel to HP . it is cut by a section plane perpendicular to HP and parallel to VP passing through the centre of base . draw the sectional FV , true shape of section and develop the lateral surface of cone containing an apex.
Intersections of surfaces
▪ ASSIGNMENT NO. 12
28 Dec-2Jan 2009
Prob.1 A square prism side of base 50mm is resting on ground on its base with one of the edges of base inclined at 30 ^{0} to VP . it is penetrated by cylinder of 70mm diameter . the axis of the cylinder is parallel to both HP and VP . and is 5mm away from the axis of the prism . draw the projections of solids having lines of penetration on them . take height of the prism and length of the cylinder of any suitable. Prob.2 A triangular prism , base 65mm and height 120mm is lying with its axis vertical and edge of base perpendicular to VP . it is penetrated by a cylinder of 50mm diameter and axis inclined at 30 ^{0} to HP parallel to VP . the two axes are separated from each other by 10mm measured perpendicular to vertical plane . draw the projections showing the curves of intersection. Prob.3 A vertical square prism base 50mm side has its faces equally inclined to the VP . it is completely penetrated by another square prism of base 30mm side. The axis of which is parallel to both the planes and is 6mm away from the axis of the vertical prism . the faces of the horizontal prism also are equally inclined to the VP . Draw the projections of solid showing lines of intersection
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