What is this?

This web blog is meant for I-year B.E./B.Tech students taking up Engineering  Graphics.

Remember this blog is only for supplementary reading

Click here for the Solution to the problems asked by Mr. Anish Kaulgud.

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I encourage the visitors t post their questions, I’ll try to answer those.

14 responses to “What is this?

  1. give some more information about projection of solids

  2. an isoceles triangle has 50mm sides and the altitude of 70mm is seen as an equilateral triangle with 50mm sides and inclined at 45 deg to xy .How to draw the top view of the resulting figure?
    Sir, plz reply and oblige

  3. Respected Sir,
    Q 1. Line PQ has end P 10 mm above HP and 50 mm in front of of VP .Elevation of the line is inclined at 30 deg to HP and the plan is inclined is inclined at 60 deg to VP .End Q is in the second Quadrant and at equal distances from the HP and VP. Draw proj of this line and find i)true length and true incl . ii)dist of Q from HP and VP iii)H.T and V.T.

    Q2. There are two poles of 2m and 3m height on two different sides of the wall .A straight wire is tied on the top of these two poles.One pole is 1.5 m behind the wall and the other is 2m in front of the wall .The distance, measured along the ground and parrallel to the wall between two poles is 3m.Find the length of the wire .Thkness neglected of pole and wire. Assume suitable thickness of wall . At what height the wall will touch the wire? What is the distance of the midpoint of the wire from the wall and the ground?
    please reply at the earliest..
    Thanking you..

  4. Respected Sir,
    Q 1. Line PQ has end P 10 mm above HP and 50 mm in front of of VP .Elevation of the line is inclined at 30 deg to HP and the plan is inclined is inclined at 60 deg to VP .End Q is in the second Quadrant and at equal distances from the HP and VP. Draw proj of this line and find i)true length and true incl . ii)dist of Q from HP and VP iii)H.T and V.T.

    Q2. There are two poles of 2m and 3m height on two different sides of the wall .A straight wire is tied on the top of these two poles.One pole is 1.5 m behind the wall and the other is 2m in front of the wall .The distance, measured along the ground and parrallel to the wall between two poles is 3m.Find the length of the wire .Thkness neglected of pole and wire. Assume suitable thickness of wall . At what height the wall will touch the wire? What is the distance of the midpoint of the wire from the wall and the ground?
    please reply at the earliest

  5. Dear mr. Anish please follow the link given above in the About this web blog post.
    Wish you a Happy drawing

  6. Regarding the HT and VT in the first problem it is quite obvious, as you can project the views to get corresponding traces.

  7. sir can i have some tips and points to be remember while solving the problems in development of surfaces.

  8. it is very use ful for learning purpose from karur

  9. it is very use ful for learning purpose
    and i have one doubt in projection of lines for midpoint

  10. Sir, please can u explain about PROJECTORS in Projection Of Points…..

  11. Sir, How to construct conics by eccentricity ?

  12. Sir,
    I want a detailed explanation for the initial position of the solids that is inclined to h.p&parallel to v.p .& parallel to h.p&inclined to h.p.
    by Keerthana.S
    Erode

  13. Q1}TWO POINTS A AND B ARE IN HP.THE POINT A IS 30 MM IN FRONT OF THE VP WHILE B IS BEHIND THE VP .THE DISTANCE BETWEEN THEIR PROJECTORS IS 75MM AND THE LINE JOINING THEIR TOP VIEWS MAKES AN ANGLE OF 45 DEGREE ITH XY. FIND THE DITANCE OF THE POINT B FROM THE VP.

  14. Very nice blog.but please post about the over all concepts

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