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This content is very helpful, but material is short. I want more question & tricks in Engg. Graphics
Respected Sir i want your help because i am facing problem in one question.The question is “A line AB,65mm long,has its end A in the H.P. and 15mm in front of the V.P.The end B is in the third quadrant.The line is inclined at 30degree to the H.P.and at 60degree to the V.P.Draw its projections”. Sir i am unable to visualise this problem so it will be honor to me to seek help from you
plz show me the projections
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sir pls suggest me some books to follow engineering graphics. iam finding it very difficult
I know the procedure for drawing a line inclined to both HP & VP . But why do we do so. I don’t understand the logic behind it..I don’t want to cram the procedure . please tell me the logic…thanks.
sir i need more tips and problems regarding section of solids
sir please give some tips to understand section of solids
sir please give some tips about section of solids
GIVE SOME DETAILED TIPS FOR THE PROJECTION OF STRAIGHT LINES & THE MID-POINT METHOD
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Q-A line AB has its end A 15mm above HP & 10mm infront of VP the end B is 50 mm above the HP and the line is inclined at 30 degree to the HP . The distance between the end projector of the line is 55mm .Draw the projection of the line ,find its inclination with VP and locate its traces.
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a hexagonal prism of givwn side 20 mm and 70 axis has a side of its base on the ground .draw the projections when its axis is inclined to horizontal plane at 45 degree and at 30 degree to vertical plane such that top view is away from the observer?
a hexagonal pyramid 20mm side ,70mm long .if the axis maks 40degree to hp and 60 degree to vp .draw the projection
I have seen the content in your site , it is very impressive and ex given were good , but syllabus given by u is only for ece brach but I am a student of mechanical and had a lot more syllabus than given by u in this site so please consider my request give much more information about topics like helix, spirals , development, isometric projections …..etc . So if u give such information about theese things( either in the form of downloadeble content) i wil be much grateful to u.
A vertical cylinder of 60 mm diameter of the base is penetrated by an object whose true section is an ellipse of major axis 60 mm and minor axis is 40 mm. The axis of this object is parallel to both HP and VP and intersects the axis of the vertical cylinder at right angles. The major axis is parallel to VP and the minor axis is oarallel to HP. Draw the curve of intersection.
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please solve this question.
a line AB=60mm long having pt.A , 15 mm in front of VP & 20 mm above HP is inclined 45 degree to HP & 30 degree to VP.Draw the Orthographic projection considering pt. B also in first Quad. &find the distance between two projector
This content is a useful one but it will be better if you provide some more video drawings with so it can be reached to us with some practical knowledge also so pls make way for it………..
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sir i have a question that what are the applications of the projections of lines send me
plz tell the name of ED book except N.D. BHATT…………..??
A pentagon pyramid,base 30 mm side and axis 70 mm long, has one of its slant edges in the H.P and inclined at 30* to the V.P .Draw the projections of solid when the apex is towards the observer.
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two ends of aline CD are 60mm and 30mm infront of vp.the line is inclined at 25 degree to HP.distance betwee n the projectros is 70mm.draw projections of line &find its true inclination with VP Also loctes its VT..
A straight line AB of 50 mm length is parallel to VP and inclined at 30° to HP. Its end point A is 15 mm from the HP and 25 mm from the VP. Draw its projections, assuming it to be located in third quadrant, if point A is nearest to the HP and the VP.
a regular hexagonal prism base side 35mm axis length 75mm has its base on hp with a rectangle face inclined at 20 degree to V.P it is cut by an AIP inclined at 40 degree to H.P passing through midpoint of the axis . draw F.V T.V and development of lateral surface of the prism.
sir i have a question.. a rectangular plate of negligible thikness of size 50mm by 75mm is resting on one of its shorter side in VP ans surface is making an angle of 40 with HP. draw its projection.. so i m confused where become an angle comes and which plane have its reduced shape
Ms. Puja, u r correct. the ques. is wrong. the angle must be with VP and not with the hp. then u can solve it. K S Chalapati, Assoc. Prof. DBSIT, Kavali, Nellore dt. AP
Ms. Puja and Prof. Chalapati, i’m sorry to tell ou that there is no mistake in question. first you need to draw the side view (i.e true inclination and true length) if it makes 40 degree with VP then it makes 90-40degree i with respect to HP draw the side view touching VP then project the shortened view in the VP and rotate the side view to the HP.
Question of projection of line.
Inclination in both HP and VP.
SIR MY SELF IAM AFSHA ,IAM RELATED TO ECE GROUP, SIR IAM IN NEED OF UR HELP SIR COULD U TELL ME WHAT ARE TRACES AND HOW THEY ARE DRAWN AND HOW TO DRAW SECTION OF SOLIDS AND ALSO HOW TO IMPRESS THE EXAMINER BY REPRESENTING OUR PAPER NICELY AND EFFECTIVE.
plz..help me to solve this question…….
@An equilateral triangular prism of side of base 25mm and axis 50mm long is resting on an edge of its base
on HP such that the face containing that edge is inclined at 30′ to HP. Draw the projections of the prism,
when the edge on which the prism rests, is inclined at 60′ with VP.????????????
my doubt is…face containing that edge is base of triangular prism?????
A particle is projected at an angle 45 degree to the level of ground ; it reaches the ground again at distance of 140 mm from the point of projection. Draw a path of particle by tangent method . What is maximum height attained by particle
sir i want answer of my Q
Dear Niranjan Joshi, thanks for reading my blog. Answer to your problem is a simple one. Assume from A particle is thrown and reaches the ground 140 mm away from A at B. Draw a horizontal line. From A draw an isosceles triangle ACB having the base angle as 45 degrees. From C draw a perpendicular line touching the line AB. and Name it as M. Bisect the line CM. this is the maximum height attained by the particle. Now the bisected point name it as V, this is the vertex for the parabola(projectile follows a parabolic path). You can use rectangle or parallelogram method for construction of parabola. Wish you a happy learning.
Sir i need the answer for the question that follows.”A line AB 120 mm long is inclined at 45 degrees to the HP and 30 degrees to the VP.Its midpoint is in the VP and 20 mm above the HP.The end A is in the third quadrant. Draw the projections of the line and mark its traces.” I am a first year student. Please send me the ans today itself. . . .
sir plz sagest any book of projection of point
Sir i need the answer for the question that follows.”A line AB 120 mm long is inclined at 45 degrees to the HP and 30 degrees to the VP.Its midpoint is in the VP and 20 mm above the HP.The end A is in the third quadrant. Draw the projections of the line and mark its traces.” I am a first year information technology student.Please send me the ans today itself sir. . . .
sir i need some more tips,pls help me
sir i need some more tipsion of solids on project,pls help me
Q-A goat is tied to one end of length 20 m.other end of rope is tied to a post on the boundary of a circular fence of radius 10 m. Draw the boundary of total area over which goat can graze grass outside fence?
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