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Math circle geometry

This PPT is dedicated to circle properties with precise explanation and interesting figures. For more structured knowledge and quiz visit.
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Circles

The document discusses calculating the area of a quadrilateral shape formed inside a circle. It defines the length of a chord in a circle and shows a diagram with a diameter AB and parallel chord PQ. It then finds the length of a perpendicular from the center C to the chord PQ, allowing the area of the quadrilateral PABQ to be determined using properties of chords, perpendiculars, radii, and the Pythagorean theorem.

Eg unit 1 2

This document contains the syllabus for an engineering graphics course. It covers curve constructions including conics, cycloids, and involutes. It also covers orthographic projection principles and projecting engineering components and objects from pictorial views to multiple views using first angle projection. Examples are provided on constructing a cycloid traced by a point on a rolling circle, drawing the involute of a square and circle, and projecting views of objects.

Eg- involute curve

in this ppt Engineering Graphic's involute curve subjected.
INVOLUTE CURVE IS MORE USE IN EG SUBJECT OF ENGINEERING.
THANK YOU FOR WATCHING AND GIVING ME A CHANCE

Curves2

This document provides definitions and examples of common engineering curves including involutes, cycloids, spirals, and helices. It begins by listing different types of involutes defined by the string length relative to the circle's circumference. Definitions are then given for cycloids based on whether the rolling circle is inside or outside the directing circle. Superior and inferior trochoids are distinguished based on this as well. Spirals are defined as curves generated by a point revolving around a fixed point while also moving toward it. Helices are curves generated by a point moving around a cylinder or cone surface while advancing axially. Examples are provided for drawing various curves along with methods for constructing tangents and normals.

Unit 1 plane curves engineering graphics

The document discusses various conic sections and cycloidal curves. It defines conic sections as curves formed by the intersection of a plane with a right circular cone in different positions. The specific conic sections covered are circles, ellipses, parabolas, and hyperbolas. It also discusses the construction of these conic sections through diagrams. Additionally, it defines cycloidal curves as those generated by a point on a circle rolling along a straight line or circle, and provides examples of cycloids, epicycloids, and hypocycloids. It concludes by defining involutes as curves traced by a point on a string unwinding from or a line rolling around a circle or polygon.

ADG (Geometrical Constructions).pptx

The document provides instructions for performing various geometric constructions using drawing instruments. It covers constructing lines, angles, triangles, quadrilaterals, circles, ellipses, parabolas, hyperbolas and their tangents. The methods include using a compass, set squares, concentric circles and the distance squared rule. Instructions are given step-by-step with diagrams to divide lines into ratios, bisect angles, construct perpendiculars, inscribe and circumscribe shapes, draw tangents and join two points with a curve. The document also introduces graphic language components, drawing instruments and their use in technical drawing and sketching.

mel110-part3.pdf

Conic sections are curves formed by the intersection of a plane and a cone. The type of conic section depends on the angle of the cutting plane:
- An ellipse results from a cutting plane parallel to the end generator.
- A parabola results from a cutting plane parallel to the axis.
- A hyperbola results from a cutting plane perpendicular to the axis.
The eccentricity defines the type of conic section, with eccentricity less than 1 for an ellipse, equal to 1 for a parabola, and greater than 1 for a hyperbola.

Math circle geometry

This PPT is dedicated to circle properties with precise explanation and interesting figures. For more structured knowledge and quiz visit.
www.correcteducate.com

Circles

The document discusses calculating the area of a quadrilateral shape formed inside a circle. It defines the length of a chord in a circle and shows a diagram with a diameter AB and parallel chord PQ. It then finds the length of a perpendicular from the center C to the chord PQ, allowing the area of the quadrilateral PABQ to be determined using properties of chords, perpendiculars, radii, and the Pythagorean theorem.

Eg unit 1 2

This document contains the syllabus for an engineering graphics course. It covers curve constructions including conics, cycloids, and involutes. It also covers orthographic projection principles and projecting engineering components and objects from pictorial views to multiple views using first angle projection. Examples are provided on constructing a cycloid traced by a point on a rolling circle, drawing the involute of a square and circle, and projecting views of objects.

Eg- involute curve

in this ppt Engineering Graphic's involute curve subjected.
INVOLUTE CURVE IS MORE USE IN EG SUBJECT OF ENGINEERING.
THANK YOU FOR WATCHING AND GIVING ME A CHANCE

Curves2

This document provides definitions and examples of common engineering curves including involutes, cycloids, spirals, and helices. It begins by listing different types of involutes defined by the string length relative to the circle's circumference. Definitions are then given for cycloids based on whether the rolling circle is inside or outside the directing circle. Superior and inferior trochoids are distinguished based on this as well. Spirals are defined as curves generated by a point revolving around a fixed point while also moving toward it. Helices are curves generated by a point moving around a cylinder or cone surface while advancing axially. Examples are provided for drawing various curves along with methods for constructing tangents and normals.

Unit 1 plane curves engineering graphics

The document discusses various conic sections and cycloidal curves. It defines conic sections as curves formed by the intersection of a plane with a right circular cone in different positions. The specific conic sections covered are circles, ellipses, parabolas, and hyperbolas. It also discusses the construction of these conic sections through diagrams. Additionally, it defines cycloidal curves as those generated by a point on a circle rolling along a straight line or circle, and provides examples of cycloids, epicycloids, and hypocycloids. It concludes by defining involutes as curves traced by a point on a string unwinding from or a line rolling around a circle or polygon.

ADG (Geometrical Constructions).pptx

The document provides instructions for performing various geometric constructions using drawing instruments. It covers constructing lines, angles, triangles, quadrilaterals, circles, ellipses, parabolas, hyperbolas and their tangents. The methods include using a compass, set squares, concentric circles and the distance squared rule. Instructions are given step-by-step with diagrams to divide lines into ratios, bisect angles, construct perpendiculars, inscribe and circumscribe shapes, draw tangents and join two points with a curve. The document also introduces graphic language components, drawing instruments and their use in technical drawing and sketching.

mel110-part3.pdf

Conic sections are curves formed by the intersection of a plane and a cone. The type of conic section depends on the angle of the cutting plane:
- An ellipse results from a cutting plane parallel to the end generator.
- A parabola results from a cutting plane parallel to the axis.
- A hyperbola results from a cutting plane perpendicular to the axis.
The eccentricity defines the type of conic section, with eccentricity less than 1 for an ellipse, equal to 1 for a parabola, and greater than 1 for a hyperbola.

Engineering Curves

This document discusses engineering drawings and curves. It states that engineering drawings are the language used to communicate engineering ideas and execute work. Various types of curves are useful in engineering for understanding natural laws, manufacturing, design, analysis, and construction. Common engineering curves include conics, cycloids, involutes, spirals, and helices. Conics specifically include circles, ellipses, parabolas, and hyperbolas which are sections of a right circular cone cut by planes. The document provides definitions and examples of each type of conic section. It also discusses different methods for drawing ellipses like the arc of circles method.

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Engineering Curves

This ppt contains brief details about engineering curves like parabola, ellipse, involute, helical curves and many other curves to easily draw........

Curves2

The document discusses various types of engineering curves including involutes, cycloids, spirals, and helices. It provides definitions for involutes, cycloids, epicycloids, hypotrochoids, spirals, and helices. Examples are given on how to draw involutes of circles, squares, and triangles. Methods for drawing tangents and normals to involutes, cycloids, and epicycloids are also described. Problems include drawing loci for points on circles rolling along straight or curved paths to form different types of cycloids.

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1. Dividing a line into equal parts and dividing a line in a given ratio.
2. Bisecting a given angle.
3. Inscribing a square in a given circle.
4. Drawing parabolas, cycloids, epicycloids, and hypocycloids by rolling and tracing circles.
Step-by-step methods are provided for each construction without mathematical proofs.

Lecture_4-Slides_(Part_1).pptx

This document provides an overview of geometric construction concepts including:
- The principles of geometric construction using only a ruler and compass.
- Key terminology related to points, lines, angles, planes, circles, polygons and other basic geometric entities.
- Procedures for performing common geometric constructions such as bisecting lines, arcs and angles, constructing perpendiculars and parallels, dividing lines into equal parts, and constructing tangencies.

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The document provides information for an engineering class including the instructor's name and class details, assignments due dates and details, and content on surveying techniques and geometric constructions. Key points covered include potential errors in surveying, definitions of surveying, examples of historical errors, instructions for groups to practice drawing techniques, and methods for drawing various geometric shapes and their intersections.

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This document provides information about various types of plane curves generated by the motion of a circle or point rolling along another curve or line without slipping. It defines conic sections, which are curves formed by the intersection of a cone with a plane, including ellipses, parabolas, hyperbolas, and circles. It then discusses methods for constructing these conic sections geometrically using properties like eccentricity and foci. The document also covers roulettes like cycloids, epicycloids, hypocycloids, and trochoids formed by rolling motions, and provides examples of their geometric constructions.

Unit 1 plane curves

The document discusses various conic sections and cycloidal curves. It defines conic sections as curves formed by the intersection of a plane with a right circular cone in different positions. Specific conic sections described include circles, ellipses, parabolas, and hyperbolas. Steps are provided to construct each of these conic sections graphically. Additionally, the document defines cycloidal curves as those generated by a point on a circle rolling along a straight line or circle. Specific cycloidal curves discussed include cycloids, epicycloids, and hypocycloids. Graphical construction steps are given for each.

Unit 1 plane curves

The document discusses various conic sections and cycloidal curves. It defines conic sections as curves formed by the intersection of a plane with a right circular cone in different positions. Specific conic sections described include circles, ellipses, parabolas, and hyperbolas. Steps are provided to construct each of these conic sections geometrically. The document also discusses cycloidal curves generated by a point on a rolling circle, including cycloids, epicycloids, and hypocycloids. Steps are given for constructing these curves. Finally, the document defines involutes and provides methods for constructing involutes of squares and circles.

B.tech i eg u2 loci of point and projection of point and line

1. The document discusses different types of basic locus cases including points moving relative to geometric objects like lines and circles.
2. It also covers oscillating and rotating links, where a point slides along a link that is oscillating or rotating in a plane.
3. Examples and solutions are provided for different locus problems involving points moving to maintain a constant distance from objects like lines, circles, and other points. Diagrams clearly illustrate the solution steps and resulting loci.

Curve1

The document discusses various methods of drawing conic sections such as ellipses, parabolas, and hyperbolas. It provides details on the concentric circle method, rectangle method, oblong method, arcs of circle method, and general locus method for drawing ellipses. For parabolas, it describes the rectangle method, tangent method, and basic locus method. The hyperbola can be drawn using the rectangular hyperbola method, basic locus method, and through a given point with its coordinates. The document also discusses how to draw tangents and normals to these conic section curves from a given point.

Unit 1 plane curves

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Curves2

The document describes various types of engineering curves including involutes, cycloids, trochoids, epicycloids, hypocycloids, and spirals. It provides definitions and step-by-step solutions for drawing these curves based on different parameters such as the length of a string wound around a circular pole to form an involute, or the diameters of rolling and directing circles to form a cycloid. Examples are given of drawing these curves based on specific numerical values provided in word problems. Key terms defined include involute, cycloid, epicycloid, hypocycloid, and helix.

Slideshare

This document contains 12 theorems regarding circles:
1. Equal chords of a circle subtend equal angles at the centre.
2. If the angles subtended by the chords of a circle at the centre are equal, then the chords are equal.
3. The perpendicular from the centre of a circle to a chord bisects the chord.

Epicycloid

The curve traced is an epicycloid, which is generated when a circle of radius 25 mm rolls around the outside of a larger circle of radius 150 mm without slipping. To draw the epicycloid: (1) Mark points around the smaller circle to divide it into 12 equal parts as it rolls, (2) Draw radii from the center of the large circle to these points to locate the centers of the smaller circle as it rolls, and (3) Draw arcs from these centers to trace the curve of the epicycloid. A tangent and normal are then drawn to the curve at a point 85 mm from the center of the large circle.

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Conic sections are curves formed by the intersection of a cone with a plane. The type of conic section (triangle, circle, ellipse, parabola, hyperbola) depends on the position and orientation of the cutting plane relative to the cone's axis. Conic sections can be modeled and constructed using various methods that involve the focus, directrix, eccentricity, or arcs of circles. Roulettes are curves generated by the rolling contact of one curve on another without slipping, and include important types like cycloids, trochoids, and involutes that are used in engineering applications.

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This document discusses engineering drawings and curves. It states that engineering drawings are the language used to communicate engineering ideas and execute work. Various types of curves are useful in engineering for understanding natural laws, manufacturing, design, analysis, and construction. Common engineering curves include conics, cycloids, involutes, spirals, and helices. Conics specifically include circles, ellipses, parabolas, and hyperbolas which are sections of a right circular cone cut by planes. The document provides definitions and examples of each type of conic section. It also discusses different methods for drawing ellipses like the arc of circles method.

Curves2 -ENGINEERING DRAWING - RGPV,BHOPAL

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Engineering Curves

This ppt contains brief details about engineering curves like parabola, ellipse, involute, helical curves and many other curves to easily draw........

Curves2

The document discusses various types of engineering curves including involutes, cycloids, spirals, and helices. It provides definitions for involutes, cycloids, epicycloids, hypotrochoids, spirals, and helices. Examples are given on how to draw involutes of circles, squares, and triangles. Methods for drawing tangents and normals to involutes, cycloids, and epicycloids are also described. Problems include drawing loci for points on circles rolling along straight or curved paths to form different types of cycloids.

EG(sheet 4- Geometric construction).pptx

The document discusses various geometric constructions including:
1. Dividing a line into equal parts and dividing a line in a given ratio.
2. Bisecting a given angle.
3. Inscribing a square in a given circle.
4. Drawing parabolas, cycloids, epicycloids, and hypocycloids by rolling and tracing circles.
Step-by-step methods are provided for each construction without mathematical proofs.

Lecture_4-Slides_(Part_1).pptx

This document provides an overview of geometric construction concepts including:
- The principles of geometric construction using only a ruler and compass.
- Key terminology related to points, lines, angles, planes, circles, polygons and other basic geometric entities.
- Procedures for performing common geometric constructions such as bisecting lines, arcs and angles, constructing perpendiculars and parallels, dividing lines into equal parts, and constructing tangencies.

Class 5 presentation

The document provides information for an engineering class including the instructor's name and class details, assignments due dates and details, and content on surveying techniques and geometric constructions. Key points covered include potential errors in surveying, definitions of surveying, examples of historical errors, instructions for groups to practice drawing techniques, and methods for drawing various geometric shapes and their intersections.

Lecture4 Engineering Curves and Theory of projections.pptx

This document provides information about various types of plane curves generated by the motion of a circle or point rolling along another curve or line without slipping. It defines conic sections, which are curves formed by the intersection of a cone with a plane, including ellipses, parabolas, hyperbolas, and circles. It then discusses methods for constructing these conic sections geometrically using properties like eccentricity and foci. The document also covers roulettes like cycloids, epicycloids, hypocycloids, and trochoids formed by rolling motions, and provides examples of their geometric constructions.

Unit 1 plane curves

The document discusses various conic sections and cycloidal curves. It defines conic sections as curves formed by the intersection of a plane with a right circular cone in different positions. Specific conic sections described include circles, ellipses, parabolas, and hyperbolas. Steps are provided to construct each of these conic sections graphically. Additionally, the document defines cycloidal curves as those generated by a point on a circle rolling along a straight line or circle. Specific cycloidal curves discussed include cycloids, epicycloids, and hypocycloids. Graphical construction steps are given for each.

Unit 1 plane curves

The document discusses various conic sections and cycloidal curves. It defines conic sections as curves formed by the intersection of a plane with a right circular cone in different positions. Specific conic sections described include circles, ellipses, parabolas, and hyperbolas. Steps are provided to construct each of these conic sections geometrically. The document also discusses cycloidal curves generated by a point on a rolling circle, including cycloids, epicycloids, and hypocycloids. Steps are given for constructing these curves. Finally, the document defines involutes and provides methods for constructing involutes of squares and circles.

B.tech i eg u2 loci of point and projection of point and line

1. The document discusses different types of basic locus cases including points moving relative to geometric objects like lines and circles.
2. It also covers oscillating and rotating links, where a point slides along a link that is oscillating or rotating in a plane.
3. Examples and solutions are provided for different locus problems involving points moving to maintain a constant distance from objects like lines, circles, and other points. Diagrams clearly illustrate the solution steps and resulting loci.

Curve1

The document discusses various methods of drawing conic sections such as ellipses, parabolas, and hyperbolas. It provides details on the concentric circle method, rectangle method, oblong method, arcs of circle method, and general locus method for drawing ellipses. For parabolas, it describes the rectangle method, tangent method, and basic locus method. The hyperbola can be drawn using the rectangular hyperbola method, basic locus method, and through a given point with its coordinates. The document also discusses how to draw tangents and normals to these conic section curves from a given point.

Unit 1 plane curves

introduction of engineering graphics ,projection of points,lines,planes,solids,section of solids,development of surfaces,isometric projection,perspective projection

Engineering curve directrix,rectangle method

engineering curves :Engineering curves are fundamental shapes used in design, analysis, and visualization across various engineering fields. They include conic sections, polynomials, splines, Bezier curves, and NURBS. Represented by explicit, parametric, or implicit equations, they possess properties like curvature and tangents. Engineers use them in CAD, graphics, motion planning, curve fitting, and manufacturing for tasks like interpolation and approximation. Understanding these curves is vital for effective engineering design and problem-solving.

Curves2

The document describes various types of engineering curves including involutes, cycloids, trochoids, epicycloids, hypocycloids, and spirals. It provides definitions and step-by-step solutions for drawing these curves based on different parameters such as the length of a string wound around a circular pole to form an involute, or the diameters of rolling and directing circles to form a cycloid. Examples are given of drawing these curves based on specific numerical values provided in word problems. Key terms defined include involute, cycloid, epicycloid, hypocycloid, and helix.

Slideshare

This document contains 12 theorems regarding circles:
1. Equal chords of a circle subtend equal angles at the centre.
2. If the angles subtended by the chords of a circle at the centre are equal, then the chords are equal.
3. The perpendicular from the centre of a circle to a chord bisects the chord.

Epicycloid

The curve traced is an epicycloid, which is generated when a circle of radius 25 mm rolls around the outside of a larger circle of radius 150 mm without slipping. To draw the epicycloid: (1) Mark points around the smaller circle to divide it into 12 equal parts as it rolls, (2) Draw radii from the center of the large circle to these points to locate the centers of the smaller circle as it rolls, and (3) Draw arcs from these centers to trace the curve of the epicycloid. A tangent and normal are then drawn to the curve at a point 85 mm from the center of the large circle.

Conics Sections and its Applications.pptx

Conic sections are curves formed by the intersection of a cone with a plane. The type of conic section (triangle, circle, ellipse, parabola, hyperbola) depends on the position and orientation of the cutting plane relative to the cone's axis. Conic sections can be modeled and constructed using various methods that involve the focus, directrix, eccentricity, or arcs of circles. Roulettes are curves generated by the rolling contact of one curve on another without slipping, and include important types like cycloids, trochoids, and involutes that are used in engineering applications.

Engineering Curves

Engineering Curves

Curves2 -ENGINEERING DRAWING - RGPV,BHOPAL

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Engineering Curves

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Curves2

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EG(sheet 4- Geometric construction).pptx

EG(sheet 4- Geometric construction).pptx

Lecture_4-Slides_(Part_1).pptx

Lecture_4-Slides_(Part_1).pptx

Class 5 presentation

Class 5 presentation

Lecture4 Engineering Curves and Theory of projections.pptx

Lecture4 Engineering Curves and Theory of projections.pptx

Unit 1 plane curves

Unit 1 plane curves

Unit 1 plane curves

Unit 1 plane curves

B.tech i eg u2 loci of point and projection of point and line

B.tech i eg u2 loci of point and projection of point and line

Curve1

Curve1

Unit 1 plane curves

Unit 1 plane curves

Engineering curve directrix,rectangle method

Engineering curve directrix,rectangle method

Curves2

Curves2

Slideshare

Slideshare

Circle

Circle

Epicycloid

Epicycloid

Conics Sections and its Applications.pptx

Conics Sections and its Applications.pptx

Levelised Cost of Hydrogen (LCOH) Calculator Manual

The aim of this manual is to explain the
methodology behind the Levelized Cost of
Hydrogen (LCOH) calculator. Moreover, this
manual also demonstrates how the calculator
can be used for estimating the expenses associated with hydrogen production in Europe
using low-temperature electrolysis considering different sources of electricity

Digital Twins Computer Networking Paper Presentation.pptx

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performance metrics such as scalability, latency, power
consumption, and signal integrity. This project addresses the
issues within the router's memory unit and proposes an enhanced
memory structure. To achieve efficient data transfer, FIFO buffers
are implemented in distributed RAM and virtual channels for
FPGA-based NoC. The project introduces advanced FIFO-based
memory units within the NoC router, assessing their performance
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objective is to reduce the router's workload while enhancing the
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如果您处于以下几种情况：
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◇面对父母的压力，希望尽快拿到；
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◇回国时间很长，忘记办理；
◇回国马上就要找工作，办给用人单位看；
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1:该专业认证可证明留学生真实身份
2:同时对留学生所学专业登记给予评定
3:国家专业人才认证中心颁发入库证书
4:这个认证书并且可以归档倒地方
5:凡事获得留信网入网的信息将会逐步更新到个人身份内，将在公安局网内查询个人身份证信息后，同步读取人才网入库信息
6:个人职称评审加20分
7:个人信誉贷款加10分
8:在国家人才网主办的国家网络招聘大会中纳入资料，供国家高端企业选择人才
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校徽：象征着学校的荣誉和传承。
校名:学校英文全称
授予学位：本部分将注明获得的具体学位名称。
毕业生姓名：这是最重要的信息之一，标志着该证书是由特定人员获得的。
颁发日期：这是毕业正式生效的时间，也代表着毕业生学业的结束。
其他信息：根据不同的专业和学位，可能会有一些特定的信息或章节。
办理(osu毕业证书)美国俄勒冈州立大学毕业证【微信：741003700 】价值很高，需要妥善保管。一般来说，应放置在安全、干燥、防潮的地方，避免长时间暴露在阳光下。如需使用，最好使用复印件而不是原件，以免丢失。
综上所述，办理(osu毕业证书)美国俄勒冈州立大学毕业证【微信：741003700 】是证明身份和学历的高价值文件。外观简单庄重，格式统一，包括重要的个人信息和发布日期。对持有人来说，妥善保管是非常重要的。

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people’s freedom and independence to practice religion by choice. He transformed
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- 1. An involute is a curve traced by a point on a perfectly flexible string, while unwinding from around a circle or polygon the string being kept taut (tight). It is also a curve traced by a point on a straight line while the line is rolling around a circle or polygon without slipping.
- 2. C To draw an involute of a given Triangle AB=30MM B A
- 3. A as center AB as the radius draw the arc ,then increase the AC Line . A C B P1 R 1 = 3 0
- 4. C as the center CP1 as the radius draw the arc ,then increase the BC Line upto P2. A C B P1 R 1 = 3 0 P2 R2=CP1=60
- 5. B as the center BP2 as the radius draw the arc ,then increase the AB Line upto P3. A C B P1 R 1 = 3 0 P2 R2=CP1=60 P3 R 3 = B P 3 = 9 0
- 6. FOR Tangent and normal Line mark M at any point on the ARC A C B P1 R 1 = 3 0 P2 R2=CP1=60 P3 R 3 = B P 3 = 9 0 M
- 7. Now join the point M and B and then increse the line uppto N A C B P1 R 1 = 3 0 P2 R2=CP1=60 P3 R 3 = B P 3 = 9 0 M N
- 8. Now draw the Line through the point M perpendicular to MN Line . A C B P1 R 1 = 3 0 P2 R2=CP1=60 P3 R 3 = B P 3 = 9 0 M N N N
- 9. An involute is a curve traced by a point on a perfectly flexible string, while unwinding from around a circle or polygon the string being kept taut (tight). It is also a curve traced by a point on a straight line while the line is rolling around a circle or polygon without slipping.
- 10. To draw an involute of a given square. A B C D
- 11. Taking A as the starting point, with centre B and radius BA=40MM draw an arc to intersect the line CB produced at P1. A B C D
- 12. Taking A as the starting point, with centre B and radius BA=40MM draw an arc to intersect the line CB produced at P1. A B C D P1 R 1 = A B = 4 0
- 13. P2 With Centre C and radius CP 1 =2*40=80, draw on arc to intersect the line DC produced at P 2. R2=CP1=80 A B C D P1 R 1 = A B = 4 0
- 14. R 3 = D P 2 = 1 2 0 With Centre D and radius DP 2 =3*40=120, draw on arc to intersect the line AD produced at P3. P2 P3 R2=CP1=80 A B C D P1 R 1 = A B = 4 0
- 15. R 4 = A P 3 = 1 6 0 R 3 = D P 2 = 1 2 0 With Centre A and radius AP3 =4*40=160, draw on arc to intersect the line AB produced at P4. P2 P3 R2=CP1=80 A B C D P1 R 1 = A B = 4 0 4*AB=120 (equal to the perimeter of the square)
- 16. R 3 = D P 2 = 1 2 0 R 4 = A P 3 = 1 6 0 P2 To draw a normal and tangent to the curve at any point, say M on it, R2=CP1=80 P3 A B C D P1 R 1 = A B = 4 0 4*AB=120 (equal to the perimeter of the square) M
- 17. R 3 = D P 2 = 1 2 0 R 4 = A P 3 = 1 6 0 P2 M lies on the arc P3 P4 with its centre at A, the line AMN is the normal P3 R2=CP1=80 A B C D P1 R 1 = A B = 4 0 4*AB=120 (equal to the perimeter of the square) M N
- 18. R 3 = D P 2 = 1 2 0 R 4 = A P 3 = 1 6 0 P2 R2=CP1=80 P3 A B C D P1 R 1 = A B = 4 0 4*AB=120 (equal to the perimeter of the square) M N N T T' and the line TT drawn through M and perpendicular to MA is the tangent to the curve.
- 19. Draw the Involuteof the Pentagon of side AB is 30mm Draw the pentagon by using any one of the method AB=30 MM B A C D E
- 20. E D C A Draw the arc B as the center AB as the radius AB=30MM R 1 = A B = 3 0 M M B
- 21. E D C A Now increase the Line BC upto P1 R 1 = A B = 3 0 M M P1 B
- 22. E D C A C as the center CP1 as the Radius Draw the arc R 1 = A B = 3 0 M M P1 P2 R 2 = C P 1 = 6 0 B
- 23. E D C A D as the center DP2 as the Radius Draw the arc upto P3 R 1 = A B = 3 0 M M P1 P2 R 2 = C P 1 = 6 0 P3 R3=DP2=90 B
- 24. E D C A D as the center DP2 as the Radius Draw the arc upto P3 R 1 = A B = 3 0 M M P1 P2 R 2 = C P 1 = 6 0 P3 R3=DP2=90 B
- 25. E D C A E as the center EP3 as the Radius Draw the arc upto P4 R 1 = A B = 3 0 M M P1 P2 R 2 = C P 1 = 6 0 P3 R3=DP2=90 P4 R 4 = E P 4 = 1 2 0 B
- 26. E D C A A as the center AP4 as the Radius Draw the arc upto P5 R 1 = A B = 3 0 M M P1 P2 R 2 = C P 1 = 6 0 P3 R3=DP2=90 P4 R 4 = E P 4 = 1 2 0 P5 R 5 = A P 5 = 1 5 0 5*AB=150 B
- 27. Draw the Involute of a hexagon of side AB=25MM Draw the hexagon of side AB=25MM By using any Method A B C D E F
- 28. A B C D E F B as the Center BA as the Radius Draw the arc P1=AB=25MM P1 R1=AB=25MM
- 29. A B C D E F C as the Center CP1 as the Radius Draw the arc P2=50MM P1 R1=AB=25MM P2 R 2 = C P 1 = 5 0 M M
- 30. A B C D E F D as the Center DP2 as the Radius Draw the arc Upto P3=75MM P1 R1=AB=25MM P2 R 2 = C P 1 = 5 0 M M P3 R3=DP2=75MM
- 31. A B C D E F E as the Center EP3 as the Radius Draw the arc Upto P4=100MM P1 R1=AB=25MM P2 R 2 = C P 1 = 5 0 M M P3 R3=DP2=75MM P4 R4=EP4=100MM
- 32. A B C D E F F as the Center FP4 as the Radius Draw the arc Upto P5=125MM P1 R1=AB=25MM P2 R 2 = C P 1 = 5 0 M M P3 R3=DP2=75MM P4 R4=EP4=100MM P5 R 5 = 1 2 5 P6 R 6 = 1 5 0 6*AB=150
- 33. To draw an involute of a given circle of radus R 1. With 0 as centre and radius R, draw the given circle. 2. Taking P as the starting point, draw the tangent PA equal in length to the circumference of the circle. 3. Divide the line PA and the circle into the same number of equal pats and number the points. 4. Draw tangents to the circle at the points 1,2,3 etc., and locate the points PI' P2 , P3 etc., such that !PI = PI 1, 2P2 = P21 etc. A smooth curve through the points P, PI' P 2 etc., is the required involute. Note: 1. The tangent to the circle is a normal to the involute. Hence, to draw a normal and tangent at a point M on it, first draw the tangent BMN to the circle. This is the normal to the curve and. a line IT drawn through M and perpendicular to BM is the tangent to the curve.
- 34. 1. With 0 as centre and radius R=25MM, draw the given circle. O R=25MM
- 35. P1 Divide the circle into 8 parts 360/8=45 Then draw the Tangent through the point 1 according to the figure
- 36. P1 P2 Then draw the Tangent through the point 2 according to the figure and draw the arc 2 as the center 2P1 as the radius
- 37. P1 P2 P3 Then draw the Tangent through the point 3 according to the figure and draw the arc 3 as the center 3P3 as the radius
- 38. P1 P2 P3 P4 Then draw the Tangent through the point 4 according to the figure and draw the arc 4 as the center 4P3 as the radius
- 39. P1 P2 P3 P4 P5 Then draw the Tangent through the point 5 according to the figure and draw the arc 5 as the center 5P4 as the radius
- 40. P1 P2 P3 P4 P5 P6 Then draw the Tangent through the point 6 according to the figure and draw the arc 6 as the center 6P5 as the radius
- 41. P1 P2 P3 P4 P5 P6 P7 Then draw the Tangent through the point 7 according to the figure and draw the arc 7 as the center 7P6 as the radius
- 42. P1 P2 P3 P4 P5 P6 P7 P8 (PIE)II D=II*25= Then draw the Tangent through the point 8 according to the figure and draw the arc 8 as the center 8P7 as the radius
- 43. P1 P2 P3 P4 P5 P6 P7 P8 (PIE)II D=II*25= M Mark M on the arc
- 45. P1 P2 P3 P4 P5 P6 P7 P8 (PIE)II D=II*25= M N T T' Draw the line through M perpendiculr to MN
- 46. P1 P2 P3 P4 P5 P6 P7 P8 (PIE)II D=II*25= M N T T' Draw the line through M perpendiculr to MN