Articles Posted in the " Engineering Drawing " Category

  • PROJECTION OF POINTS-Short Question Answers

    PROJECTION OF POINTS-Short Question Answers

    PROJECTION OF POINTS- Short Question Answers Projection of a point is used to show the location of a light, fan point in a building drawing. Line projection is the projections of its two ends. Refer https://www.mesubjects.net/wp-admin/post.php?post=6090&action=edit https://www.mesubjects.net/wp-admin/post.php?post=7302&action=edit Q. Describe the position of points in the various quadrants and its projections with respect to the reference line […]


  • mcqs: PROJECTION OF PLANES

    mcqs: PROJECTION OF PLANES

    mcqs: PROJECTION OF PLANES When a plane is perpendicular to both HP and VP, its front view will be (a) Parallel to x y (b) Perpendicular to x y (c) Neither parallel nor perpendicular to x y (d) None ANS: (b) When a plane is perpendicular to both HP and VP, its top view will […]


  • Mcq: PROJECTIONS OF A STRAIGHT LINE

    Mcq: PROJECTIONS OF A STRAIGHT LINE

    Mcq: PROJECTIONS OF  A STRAIGHT LINE Line perpendicular to HP and parallel to VP will have its front view (a) Point (b) A line perpendicular to x y (c) A line parallel to x y (d) None ANS: (b) Line perpendicular to HP and parallel to VP will have its front view (a) A line perpendicular to x y […]


  • mcq: PROJECTION OF POINTS

    mcq: PROJECTION OF POINTS

    mcq: PROJECTION OF POINTS Projection of a point in first quadrant will be (a)Front view in VP (b) Front view in HP (c) Front view in PP (d) None ANS: (a) Projection of a point in first quadrant will be (a)Top view in VP (b)Top view in HP (c) Top view in PP (d)None ANS: (b) Projection of […]


  • ISOMETRIC PROJECTIONS

    ISOMETRIC PROJECTIONS

      ISOMETRIC PROJECTIONS Isometric projections is a single view projection of a three dimensional solid. An isometric scale is used for these projections. It is 3-dimensional view of an object on a reduced scale. Sizes on this are 81.5 % of the true sizes. This isometric view is drawn from given front view, top view and […]


  • INTERSECTION AND DEVELOPMENT OF SURFACES

    INTERSECTION AND DEVELOPMENT OF SURFACES

    INTERSECTION AND DEVELOPMENT OF SURFACES It means that one surface is entering another surface OR A surface is to be connected to another surface. It may be easy to connect any shape object into a plane wall. But it is very difficult for curved surfaces. For example a pipe is to be connected at right […]


  • SECTION OF SOLIDS

    SECTION OF SOLIDS

    SECTION OF SOLIDS SECTION OF SOLIDS Section views are a very important for designing an object or a machine. Section of solids improve clarity and reveal interior features of parts which are other wise not visible. Sections of solids are based on the use of an imaginary cutting plane to reveal the interior details. Its importance increases further […]


  • PROJECTIONS OF SOLIDS

    PROJECTIONS OF SOLIDS

      PROJECTIONS OF SOLIDS WHAT IS A SOLID?  Every solid phase substance in the universal is 3-dimensional. Hence every solid substance is a solid. For example, book, wall, table, chair, fan, pen etc. TYPES OF SOLIDS—-TWO TYPES Polyhedral (Regular polyhedral Have number of faces, equal and regular, ir-regular polyhedral which unequal faces) Examples of polyhedral are: […]


  • Projection of Oblique Planes

    Projection of Oblique Planes

    PROJECTION OF OBLIQUE PLANES An oblique plane is one which is inclined to both HP and VP. These can be expressed as two different cases. CASE 1  The surface of the given oblique plane, say, is inclined at ϴ to HP and at Ф to VP and has one edge or diameter or diagonal parallel […]


  • Projections and Traces of a plane

    Projections and Traces of a plane

    Projections and Traces of a plane PROJECTION OF PLANES In actual practice, one is interested to draw the projections of a solid. But it is started with the projection of points. Number of points makes a line, then projections of a line is done. Lines form planes and hence then projections of a plane is […]