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ENGINEERING GRAPHICS QUESTION BANK (from other university question papers)

Curves: Hyper Bola 1.Draw a hyperbola with its foci 70 units apart and the major axis is 45 units. Draw a tangent to the curve at a point 20 units from the focus. Also determine the eccentricity of the curve. (JNTU December2002/January 2003) Ellipse: 1. Draw an ellipse by concentric circles method given the major and minor axes as 100 mm and 60 mm respectively. (JNTU December2002/January 2003) Projection of straight lines: 1. A line A B of 65 mm long has its end A, 25mm above HP and 20 mm in front of V.P. The end B is 40 mm above HP and 65 mm in front of VP. Draw its projections or find its inclinations with HP and VP. Determine its traces. (JNTU December2002/January
2003)

2. Draw the projections of a line MN of true length 80 mm, situated in the first quadrant. The end M is in the HP and 30 mm. in front of VP. The line is inclined at 300 to HP and450 to VP. (Calicut university. June 2006) 3. Length of the line AB in front view measures 30mm. A is 15mm above HP and 25mm in front of VP. B is 40mm above HP and angle of the line with VP is 30 degree. Draw the projections and find the true inclination with HP.
(Cochin University Of Science And Technology, May 2007)

4. A straight line AB 70 mm long makes an angle of 45o to the H.O. and 30o to the V.P. The end A is 15 mm in front of V.P. and 20 mm above H.P. Draw the plan and elevation of the line AB. (Punjab technical university) Projection of Planes: 1.A regular hexagonal lamina of 30 mm. side rests on one of its edges upon HP. Its plane is inclined at 450 to HP and the edge on which it rests is inclined at 300 to VP. Draw its projections using auxiliary plane method. (Calicut university. June 2006) 2. A circular lamina of 50mm diameter inclined at 30 degree to HP and perpendicular to VP has its center 30mm in front of VP and on HP. Draw front, top and side views.
(Cochin University Of Science And Technology, May 2007)

3. A regular hexagonal lamina of side 30mm has a side in both HP & VP, while the lamina makes an angle of 60 degree with VP. Draw its front and top views.
(Cochin University Of Science And Technology, May 2007)

Projection of solids: 1. Draw the projection of a square pyramid of base 40 side and axis 70 long, when the solid lies with one of its slant edges on HP and the vertical plane passing through that slant edge and axis makes 300 with V.P. (JNTU December2002/January 2003) 2. A pentagonal pyramid, with base 35 side and height 70 rests on one edge of its base on HP so that the highest point on the base is 25 above HP. Draw its projection, when the axis is parallel to VP. Draw another front view, on a reference line inclined at 45 0 to the edge on which it is resting so that the base is visible. (JNTU December2002/January 2003) 3. A frustum of a cone diameter of base 60mm, diameter of top surface surface 30mm and axis 45mm long is lying on HP on one of its generators. The plane containing the axis and the generator makes an angle of 45 degree to VP. Draw its front and top views. (Cochin University Of Science And Technology, May 2007) 4. Draw the plan and elevation of a right regular pentagonal prism side of base 25 mm and axis 58 mm long when it is resting on its base on H.P. with one of its rectangular faces making an angle of 30 o to V.P. (Punjab Technical University) Section of solids: 1. A cone of base diameter 40 mm and altitude 70 mm rests on its base on the HP. It is cut by a plane perpendicular to the VP and parallel to one of the extreme generators, 15 mm away from it. Draw the sectional plan and the true shape of the section. (Calicut university. June 2006) 2. A pentagonal pyramid of base edge 30mm and height 60mm is resting on its base with one base edge perpendicular to VP. A cutting plane at 50 degree with HP perpendicular to VP and passing through a corner cuts the pyramid. Draw the sectional front view, top view and side view of the bottom portion & the true shape of the section. (Cochin University Of Science And Technology, May 2007) 3. A pentagonal pyramid edge of base 25 mm and height of axis 60 mm, has its base on the ground and an edge of the base parallel to V.P. It is cut by a plane, the H.T. of which makes an angle of 45 o to the V.P. and is passing 15 mm from the plan axis. Draw the sectional elevation and true shape of the section. (Punjab Technical University)

Development of surfaces: 1. A pentagonal prism of base edge 30 mm and height 70 mm is placed with one of its rectangular faces on the ground and the axis parallel to VP. It is cut by a section plane perpendicular to VP and inclined at 300 to the ground. It passes through the mid point of the axis. Develop the remaining surface of the object. (JNTU December2002/January
2003)

2. A funnel tapers from a circular opening of diameter 70 mm to a circular opening of diameter 20 mm over an axial length of 50 mm and extends axially a further 40 mm. There is a cylindrical portion of height 15 mm above the tapering portion. Develop the funnel. (Calicut university. June 2006) 3. Develop the surface of a hexagonal pyramid side of base 28 mm and height 60 mm. The pyramid is resting on its base on the ground and one edge of the base is inclined at 20 o to V.P. (Punjab Technical University)

3. . A right regular square prism of 30mm base edge and 60mm height rest on its base on HP such that its vertical faces are equally inclined to VP. It has a horizontal circular hole of 30mm diameter drilled centrally through it such that the axis of the hole cuts both the diagonally opposite vertical edges. Develop the lateral surface of the prism showing all construction lines.
(Cochin University Of Science And Technology, May 2007)

Perspective Projection: 1. A square pyramid of base edges 50 mm long and attitude 70 mm is resting on its base on the ground with one of the corners of the base touching the picture plane. Two adjacent base edges having this corner make equal inclination with V.P. The station point lies on the central line of the object 60 mm in front of the picture plane and 90 mm above the ground. Draw the perspective projection of the solid. (JNTU December2002/January
2003)

2. A rectangular block 32mm* 22mm*16mm is lying on ground on one of its largest faces. One of its vertical edges is in the picture plane and the longer face containing that edge is inclined at an angle of 30 degree to the picture plane. The station point is 52mm in front of the picture plane, 35mm above the ground plane passing through the centre of the block. Draw the perspective view of the block.
(Cochin University Of Science And Technology, May 2007)

Isometric Projection: 1. A cone of base diameter 60 mm and height 70 mm is resting on its base on HP. It is cut by a plane perpendicular to the VP and inclined at 300 to the HP. The plane meets the axis at a distance of 25 mm from the apex. Draw the isometric view of the truncated cone. (Calicut university. June 2006) 2. A cone, diameter of base 45mm and height 50mm is mounted centrally on the top of a square slab of thickness 10mm & side 65mm. Draw the isometric projection of the combined solid. (Cochin University Of Science And Technology, May 2007) 3. A cube of 40 mm sides rests centrally on a square block of 60 mm edges and 20 mm thick. Draw the isometric projections of the two objects with the edges of the two blocks mutually parallel to each other. (Punjab technical university) 4. A cube of 40 mm sides rests centrally on a square block of 60 mm edges and 20 mm thick. Draw the isometric projections of the two objects with the edges of the two blocks mutually parallel to each other. (Punjab technical university)