• Like
Penetration curve and surface development
Upcoming SlideShare
Loading in...5
×

Thanks for flagging this SlideShare!

Oops! An error has occurred.

Penetration curve and surface development

  • 44 views
Published

 

Published in Technology , Business
  • Full Name Full Name Comment goes here.
    Are you sure you want to
    Your message goes here
    Be the first to comment
    Be the first to like this
No Downloads

Views

Total Views
44
On SlideShare
0
From Embeds
0
Number of Embeds
0

Actions

Shares
Downloads
4
Comments
0
Likes
0

Embeds 0

No embeds

Report content

Flagged as inappropriate Flag as inappropriate
Flag as inappropriate

Select your reason for flagging this presentation as inappropriate.

Cancel
    No notes for slide

Transcript

  • 1. Engineering Drawing Topic No 6 Penetration Curve & Surface Development Mechanical Engineering Department, SVNIT, Surat – 395007 For any query, contact Vimal Patel [i]Ph. No. 9099573650[ii]vimalpatel.svnit@gmail.com ` Ex.1 A square prism with 50 mm side at its base and an axis of 90 mm length, is resting on its base with an angle of the base inclined at 300 to the VP. It is completely penetrated by a horizontal cylinder of 50 mm diameter and 90 mm in length. The axes of both the solids are parallel to VP and bisect each other. Draw projections showing curves of intersection 6 Penetration curve & Surface Development
  • 2. Engineering Drawing Topic No 6 Penetration Curve & Surface Development Mechanical Engineering Department, SVNIT, Surat – 395007 For any query, contact Vimal Patel [i]Ph. No. 9099573650[ii]vimalpatel.svnit@gmail.com Ex. 2 A square prism, with 50 mm edges at its base and an axis of 80 mm length, is resting on its base with an edge of the base inclined at 300 to the VP. It has a horizontal cylindrical hole of 50mm diameter cut trough it. The axis of the hole is parallel to the VP and bisects the axis of the prism. Draw the projections showing the curves of the intersections of the surfaces.
  • 3. Engineering Drawing Topic No 6 Penetration Curve & Surface Development Mechanical Engineering Department, SVNIT, Surat – 395007 For any query, contact Vimal Patel [i]Ph. No. 9099573650[ii]vimalpatel.svnit@gmail.com Ex. 3 A vertical square prism with 50 mm side at its base and axis of 90 mm is resting on its base with side surfaces equally inclined to the VP. It is completely penetrated by another square prism of 35 mm sides at its base and axis 90 mm long. The axis of the penetrating prism is parallel to both, the Hp and VP, 8 mm infront of the axis of the vertical prism and 45 mm above the base of the vertical prism. If the side faces of the penetrating prism are equally inclined to the VP, draw the projections showing the curves of intersection.
  • 4. 3,3' 2,2' 1,1' 8,8' 7,7' 6,6' 5,5' 4,4' 1,1' 2,2',8,8' 3,3',7,7' 4,4',6,6' 5,5' 11' 2,8 2',8'3,7 3',7' 4,64',6' 55' 3'3 2' 24' 4 5' 51' 1 6' 6 8'8 7'7 c,c' d,d' a,a' b,b' d'b'c'a' dcab c'b'd'a' cbda 32 50 30° 45° 45° TOPVIEW FRONTVIEW LHSVIEW 96 DirectionofObservationfor TOPVIEW DirectionofObservationfor FRONTVIEW Directionof Observationfor FRONTVIEW 70 Ex.4:Asquareprism,sideofbase50mmandheight70mm,isrestingonH.P.onitsbasewithoneof thesideofbaseinclinedat300toV.P.Theaboveprismispenetratedbyhorizontalprism,sideofbase32 mmandlength96mm.RectangularfacesofthehorizontalprismareequallyinclinedtoV.P.&H.P.both. Theaxisoftwoprismsarebisectatrightangle.Drawtheprojectionsandshowthelineofintersection. ExampleDrawnby: vJalpaPankhania(A64) vMaitreyeeThakkar(A74) vAnushaRelwani(A75) vKhushaliShah(A76) SanjanaKanstiya(A77) Mechanical Engineering Department, SVNIT, Surat – 395007 For any query, contact Vimal Patel [i]Ph. No. 9099573650[ii]vimalpatel.svnit@gmail.com
  • 5. Mechanical Engineering Department, SVNIT, Surat – 395007 For any query, contact Vimal Patel [i]Ph. No. 9099573650[ii]vimalpatel.svnit@gmail.com
  • 6. 125 O 30 45° 2 1,3 4 2' 1',3' 4' 3' 2',4' 1' 3 2,4 1 ab,dc d ca b O O ba,cd 4,4' 1,1' 2,2' 3,3' x3x1 x1x3 x3x1 p2 p4p4' p2' p1',p3' p1,p3 70 ExampleDrawnBy: 1.A14[PriyanshaJetely]2.A15[MamidiReshma]3.A25[ApoorvaPatel] 4.A29[NiharikaParmar]5.A66[RealyVerma] Ex.6:Asquare pyramid,sideofbase 70mmandheight125 mm,isrestingonH.P. onisbasewithall edgesofbaseequally inclinedtoV.P.A squareprism,sideof base30mm, intersectstheaxisof pyramidatrightangle 50mmabovethe base.Theaxisofthe prismisparallelto H.P.andV.P.both andrectangularfaces ofprismareequally inclinedtoH.P.and V.P.both.Draw projectionsshowing linesofintersection. Mechanical Engineering Department, SVNIT, Surat – 395007 For any query, contact Vimal Patel [i]Ph. No. 9099573650[ii]vimalpatel.svnit@gmail.com