**Important RGPV Question, **

** BT-105, Engineering Graphics, 1st Year**

Table of Contents

Toggle**UNIT-1 Introduction to Engineering Drawing, Scale, Conics, Special Curve**

**Q.1)** What is dimensioning ? List the various dimensioning systems. **(RGPV Dec 2015)**

**Q.2)** Write short notes on types of scales.

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List various types of scales. **(RGPV Jun 2022, CBGS, RGPV Jun 2022, RGPV Dec 2014)**

**Q.3)** What is R.F. ? Discuss the difference between the various types of scales. **(RGPV Dec 2020, RGPV Jun 2022 CBCS, RGPV May 2019 CBGS)**

**Q.4)** What is the difference between an enlarging scale and a reducing scale. **(RGPV Nov 2018)**

**Q.5)** An are of 144 sq cm on a map represents and area of 36 sq km on the field. Find the RF of the scale of the map and draw a diagonal scale to show km, hectometres and decametres and to measure up to 10 km, Indicate on a scale a distance 7 km, 5 hectometres and 6 decametres. **(RGPV Dec 2022)**

**Q.6)** A rectangular plot of land are 0.45 hectare is represented on a certain map by a similar rectangle of 5 square centimeters. Calculate the R.F. of the scale of the map. Also draw a scale to read upto single meter and long enough to measure upto 400 meters. 1 hectare = 10000 square meters. **(RGPV Dec 2019)**

**Q.7)** Construct a forward reading Vernier scale to read distance correct to decimetre on a map in which the actual distances and reduced in the ratio of 1:40000. The scale should be long enough to measure upto 6 km. Mark on the scale a length of 3.34 km and 0.59 km. **(RGPV Jun 2022)**

**Q.8)** The distance between two points on a map is 15 cm. The real distance between them is 20 km. Draw a diagonal scale to measure upto 25km and show a distance of 12.9 km on it. **(RGPV Dec 2013)**

**Q.9)**Construct a diagonal scale of R.F. = 1/32 to read metres, decimeters and centimetres and long enough to read upto 4 metres. Show on this scale a distance of 2.45m.

**(RGPV Jun 2022, CBGS, RGPV May 2019 CBGS)**

**Q.10)** In a map a distance of 2 km is shown as 1 cm in the drawing. Draw a plain scale to read 30 kilometers and mark a distance of 18 km in the scale. **(RGPV May 2019)**

**Q.11**) In a map of Bhopal, a distance of 36 km between two localities is shown by a line of 45 cm long. Calculate the RF and construct a plain scale to read kilometers and hectometer. Show a length of 9.3 km if maximum length is 10 km. **(RGPV Jun 2020)**

**Q.12)** The distance between Hyderabad and Mumbai is 1200km. A train covers this distance in 20 hours. R.F. of the scale is 1/400000. Draw a plain scale to measure time up to a single minute. Show the distance covered by the train in 26 minutes. **(RGPV Jun 2022, CBGS, RGPV Dec 2017, RGPV May 2018)**

**Q.13)** Construct a diagonal scale showing kilometer, hectometer and decameter in which 2 cm line represents 1km and the scale is one enough to measure upto 7km. Mark a distance of 3km, 7hm and 4dm on it. **(RGPV Dec 2013)**

**Q.14)** An area covered by a triangle of base 12cm and altitude 24cm represents an area of 36km2. Find the scale factor of the map. **(RGPV Dec 2012)**

**Q.15)** Construct a scale of R.F. = 1: 250 to show decimeter and long enough to measure upto 30m. Mark a distance of 26.8m on it. **(RGPV June 2013)**

**Q.16)** Draw a diagonal scale of R.F. = 3/100 showing meters, decimeters and centimeters and to measure upto 5 meters. Show the length of 3.69 m on it. **(RGPV Dec 2012)**

**Q.17)** A rectangular plot of 100 square kilometers in represented on a certain map by a similar rectangular area of 4 square centimeters. Draw a scale to read 50 kilometers and marks a distance of 43 kilometers on it. **(RGPV June 2012 GS)**

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**Q.18)** A distance of 140 km between two stations on a railway map is represented by a length of 70 mm. Find the R.F. Of the scale of the map and construct a diagonal scale to read distance on the map, correctly to a kilometer and long enough to measure 300km. Also mark on this scale length corresponding to 176 km and 204 km. **(RGPV Dec 2011 GS)**

**Q.19)** Construct a diagonal scale of R.F. = 1 / 6250 to read upto 1 kilometer and to read meter on it. Show a length of 653 m on it. **(RGPV June 2011 GS)**

**Q.20)** A rectangular plot of land of area 16 SQ.m is represented on a map by a similar rectangle of 1 square centimeter. Calculate the R.F. of scale and construct plain scale to read meters and long enough to measure upto 60 m.**(RGPV Dec. 2010 GS)**

**Q.21)** Construct a scale to be used with a map, the scale of which is 1 cm = 40 m. The scale should read in metres and maximum up to 500 m. Mark a distance of 456 m on it. **(RGPV Dec 2010 GS)**

**Q.22)** Construct a diagonal scale of 1/48 showing metres, decimetres and centimetres and to measure upto 6 m. Mark a length of 3.76 m on it. **(RGPV Dec 2010)**

**Q.23)** Construct a scale to be used with a map, the scale of which is 1 cm = 4 m. The scale should read in metres up to 60m. Show on it a distance of 46 m. **(RGPV Dec 2010)**

A rectangular plot of land of area 16 SQ.m is represented on a map by a similar rectangle of 1 square centimeter. Calculate the R.F. of the scale of the map. Construct a plain scale to read meters and long enough to measure up to 60 m. Indicate a distance of 45 m on the scale. **(RGPV June 2010) **

**Q.24)** Construct a scale to be used with a map; the scale of which is 1 cm = 500 m. The maximum length to be read is 5 km. Mark on the scale a distance of 3.85 km. **(RGPV June 2010) **

**Q.25)** In a map of Bhopal, a distance of 36 km between two localities is shown by a line of 45 cm long. Calculate its R.F. and construct a plain scale to read kilometers and hectometers. Show a distance of 9.3 km on it. **(RGPV March-April 2010)**

**Q.26)** Draw scale of 1:50 show in meter and decimeter and to measure upto 6 meters. **(RGPV Feb 2010)**

**Q.27)** The major axis and minor axis of an ellipse are 110 m and 60 mm construct the ellipse.

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The major axis of an ellipse is 150 mm long and the minor axis is 100mm long. Draw the ellipse.

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The major axis of an ellipse is 100mm long and minor axis is 55mm. Find the Foci and construct he ellipse by intersecting arc method. **(RGPV Nov 2018, RGPV March/April 2010, RGPV June 2013, RGPV Dec 2010)**

**Q.28)** The major and minor axes of an ellipse are 125 mm and 100 mm long respectively. Draw the curve by any one of the standard methods and locate its focii. **(RGPV Feb.2010)**

**Q.29)** Construct an ellipse having a major axis 80 mm and minor axis 60 mm using any of method known to you. **(RGPV Jun 2020)**

**Q.30)** Construct a conic when the distance of its focus from its directrix is equal to 50 mm and its eccentricity is 2/3. Name the curve; mark its major axis and minor axis. Draw a tangent at any point, P on the curve. **(RGPV Dec 2022, RGPV Jun 2007)**

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**Q.31)** A plot of ground is in the shape of a rectangle 110m x 50m. Inscribe an elliptical lawn in it.

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A plot of ground is in the shape of a parallelogram 120 m x 80 m, the angle between the sides is 600. Inscribe a elliptical flower led in it. **(RGPV Jun 2022 CBGS, RGPV Jun 2012)**

**Q.32)** A ball is thrown it reaches a maximum height ff 10 m and falls on the ground at a distance of 20 m from the point of projection. Draw the path followed by ball and name the curve. Draw also normal and tangent at a height of 5 m point. **(RGPV May 2019 CBGS)**

**Q.33)** Draw an ellipse when the distance from it’s focus from directrix is equal to 60mm and eccentricity is 3/5. **(RGPV Dec 2013)**

**Q.34)** Draw and Ellipse by Concentric Circle Method, given the major and minor axes as 80 mm and 50mm respectively. **(RGPV Dec 2011 GS)**

**Q.35)** A fixed point is 75 mm from a fixed a straight line. Draw the locus of point P moving such a way that its distance from the fixed straight line is equal to it’s distance from the fixed point. Name the curve. **(RGPV Jun 2011 GS)**

**Q.36)** Construct a hyperbola with the distance between the focus and directrix as 50 and eccentricity as 3/2. Also draw normal and tangent to the curve at a point 30 mm from the axis. **(RGPV Jun 2010 ) **

**Q.37)** Write short notes on Hypocycloid. **(RGPV Dec 2019)**

**Q.38)** Write short notes of the following i) Epicycloid ii) Basic drawing command **(RGPV Dec 2022, RGPV Jun 2022)**

**Q.39)** Explain the following : i) Cycloid ii) Epicycloid iii) Involute **(RGPV Dec 2020)**

**Q.40)** A circle of 5 cm diameter is rolling on a straight line without slipping. Draw the locus of a point on the circle and name the curve.

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Draw a cycloid for one complete revolution of a circle having 50 mm diameter.

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A circle of 50 mm dia. Rolls along a straight line without slipping. Draw the curve traced out by a point P on the circumference for one complete revolution of the circle. Name the curve also. **(RGPV May 2019, RGPV Dec 2013, RGPV March/April 2010)**

**Q.41)** A wheel of diameter 60 cm rolls on a straight horizontal road. Draw the locus of appoint P on the periphery of the wheel, for one revolution of the wheel, if P is initially on the road. Also draw normal and tangent at any point of the curve.

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A wheel 50 mm dia. Rolls on a straight road surface without slip. Trace the path of point of contact for one complete revolution of the wheel. **(RGPV Dec 2014, RGPV Dec 2010 GS)**

**Q.42)** A coin of 40 mm dia. Rolls on a horizontal table without slipping. Draw the path travelled by the point on the circumference of the coin in contact with the table when coin completes one complete revolution. **(RGPV Jun 2013)**

**Q.43)** Construct a hypocycloid, rolling circle 50 mm diameter and directing circle 175mm diameter. Draw a tangent to it at a point 50mm from the centre of the directing circle. **(RGPV Jun 2022)**

**Q.44)** Draw an epicycloids of circle of 40 mm dia. Which rolls outside on another circle of 120mm diameter for one revolution clockwise. **(RGPV June 2012 GS )**

**Q.45)** Draw an epicycloid of rolling circle 40mm diameter which rolls outside another circle of 150 mm diameter, for one revolution. **(RGPV Jun 2022 CBGS, RGPV May 2018)**

**Q.46)** Construct a hypocycloid, rolling circle 50 mm diameter and directing circle 175 mm diameter. **(RGPV Jun 2011)**

**Q.47)** Construct a hypocycloid, rolling circle 50 mm dia. and directing circle 175 mm dia. **(RGPV June 2011 GS)**

**Q.48)** Construct and cycloid having a rolling circle dia. of 50 mm. Draw a normal and tangent to the curve at a point 35 mm above the base line. **(RGPV Feb. 2010)**

**Q.49)** A cycle wheel of 50 cm diameter rolls over a culvert of 175 cm diameter. Draw the path traced out by a point on the circumference of the cycle wheel for one complete revolution. **(RGPV Dec 2019, RGPV Dec 2006)**

**Q.50)** Using a scale of 1:20, draw the locus of the end point of a cable unwinding itself from a drum of 800 mm diameter such that the unwound cable is always taut. Also draw a tangent and normal at any point on the curve. **(RGPV Dec 2011 GS)**

**Q.51)** A coir is unwound from a drum of 30 mm diameter. Draw the locus of the free end of the coir for unwinding through an angle of 360°. Draw also a normal and tangent at any point. **(RGPV June 2010) **

**Q.52)** Draw the involute of an equilateral triangle of side 25 mm. **(RGPV Dec 2010)**

**Q.53)** Answer in True and False for the statements given below :

a) For an enlarging scale, RF value is more than 1.

b) An angle can be measured by diagonal scale.

c) The curve traced by a point on a circle which rolls on a straight line is called cycloid.

d) A point whose elevation is above XY may be situated in third quadrant.

e) Horizontal trace of a line exists when the line is inclined to horizontal plane.

f) When a cone is cut by a section plane which is parallel to it’s base, the true shape of section will be a circle.

g) On isometric plane, a circle appears like a square. **(RGPV Jun 2020)**

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**UNIT -2 Projection of Points and Lines**

**Q.1)** What is Projection ? **(RGPV Dec 2020)**

**Q.2)** Write short notes on Orthographic projection. **(RGPV Dec 2019)**

**Q.3)** Draw the following line used in projection- i) Extension ii) Leader line iii) Construction line **(RGPV May 2019)**

**Q.4)** Differentiate between the first angles and third angles projection.

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Write the conceptual difference between the first angle and third angle projection.

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Differentiate between the first angles and third angles projection system. **(RGPV Jun 2022, CBGS, RGPV Dec 2020,2017, RGPV Jun 2014, RGPV May 2018)**

**Q.5)** Draw the projection of the following points on the same reference line keeping their projectors 20 mm apart.

(i) Point A is 20 mm above H.P. and 40 mm in front of V.P.

(ii) Point B is 25 mm below H.P. and 30 mm in front of V.P.

(iii) Point C is in H.P. and 25 mm behind V.P. **(RGPV Dec 2016)**

**Q.6)** Draw the projection of a line AB, whose end A is in HP and 10 mm in front of VP. The line makes an angle of 30° with VP and 60° with HP. The line is 50 mm long. **(RGPV May 2019)**

**Q.7)** The length of the front view of a line CD which is parallel to HP and inclined 30° to VP is 50mm. The end C of the line is 15mm in front of VP and 25mm above the HP. Draw the projections of the line and find it true length. **(RGPV Dec 2022)**

**Q.8)** A line PS 65mm has its end P, 15mm above the HP and 15mm in front of the VP. Its is inclined at 550 to the HP and 35° to the VP. Draw its projection. **(RGPV Dec 2022)**

**Q.9)** A line AB of 70mm long has its end A at 10mm above H.P. and 15mm infront of V.P. Its front view and top view measure 50 mm and 60 mm respectively. Draw the projections of the line and determine its inclinations with H.P. and V.P. **(RGPV Jun 2022)**

**Q.10)** A line AB 80 mm long is parallel to and 35 mm above HP. Its ends are 30 mm and 50 mm in front of the V.P. Draw its projections and determine its inclination with V.P. **(RGPV Dec 2016)**

**Q.11)** A line AB, 60 mm long has its end A 15mm above HP above HP and 10 mm in front of V.P. It is inclined at 45° to the HP and 30° to V.P. Draw it’s projection. **(RGPV Jun 2022, RGPV Jun 2020)**

**Q.12)** A line AB of 25mm long is perpendicular to the V.P. and parallel to the H.P. The end point A and B of line are 10 mm and 35 mm in front of V.P. respectively. The line is 20mm above the H.P. Draw its projection. **(RGPV Dec 2020)**

**Q.13)** A line AB, 50 mm long has end A 12 mm above HP and 10 mm infront of V.P. The end B is 30 mm above HP and 25 mm infront of V.P. Draw the projection of line. **(RGPV May 2019 CBGS)**

**Q.14)** A line CD, 45 mm long, has its end C 15 mm above H.P. and 10 mm in front of V.P. End D is 40 mm above H.P. and 45 mm in front of V.P. Draw its projections and find its inclinations. **(RGPV Nov 2018)**

**Q.15)** The front view and top view of a straight line AB measures 50 mm and 65 mm respectively. Point A is in the H.P. and 20 mm in front of the V.P. and front view of the line is inclined at 45° to the reference line. Determine the true length of AB., true angle of inclination with reference planes and its traces. **(RGPV June 2013, RGPV June 2016)**

**Q.16)** A line CD 80 mm long is inclined at an angle of 30° to the H.P. and 45° to V.P. The point C is 20 mm above H.P. and 30 mm in front of V.P. Draw the projection so the straight line. **(RGPV Dec 2019)**

**Q.17)** A line AB of 80 mm long has its end A, 15 mm from both H.P. and V.P. The other end B is 40 mm above H.P., and 50 mm in front of V.P. Draw the projections of the line and determine it inclinations of the line with H.P. and V.P. **(RGPV Feb. 2010**

**Q.18)** A line AB of 100 mm length is inclined at an angle30° to the H.P. and parallel to V.P. The point A is 15 mm above the H.P. and 20 mm in front of V.P. Draw the front view and top view of the line. **(RGPV Feb 2010)**

**Q.19)** Draw the projections of the following points on the same ground lines, keeping the projectors 15 mm apart :

(i) A, in the H.P. And 20 mm behind V.P.

(ii) B, 25 mm below the H.P. And 25 mm behind V.P.

(iii) C, 15 mm above the H.P. & 30 mm in front of V.P.

(iv) D, 40 mm below H.P. And 25 mm in front of V.P. **(RGPV March-April 2010) **

**Q.20)** The front view of a line, inclined at 30O to the V.P. Is 65 mm long. Draw the projections and true length of the line when it is parallel to and 40 mm above the H.P. And its one end being 30 mm in front of the V.P. **(RGPV March-April 2010) **

**Q.21)** The projectors of the ends of line AB are 6 cm apart. The end A is 2 cm above H.P. 3 cm in front of V.P. The end B is 1 cm below H.P. and 4 cm behind the V.P. Determine the true length and traces of AB and its inclinations with the two planes. **(RGPV June 2010) **

**Q.22)** State the quadrant in which the following points are located :

(i) A – front view and top view are above xy.

(ii) B – front view below xy and top view above xy

(iii) C – front view and top view below xy.

(iv) D – front view above xy and top view below xy. **(RGPV June 2010) **

**Q.23)** A line PQ of 80 mm long has its end P, 15 mm from both H.P. and V.P. The other end Q is 40 mm above H. P. and 50mm in front of V.P. Draw the projections of the line and determine the inclinations of the line with H.P. and V.P. **(RGPV June 2010) **

**Q.24)** The front view of a line AB is 50 mm long and it makes an angle of 350 with xy. The point A lies 10 mm above H.P. and 25 mm behind V.P. The difference between the distance of A and B from V.P. is 25 mm. The line AB is in second quadrant. Draw the projections of the line and determine its true length and inclinations with the H.P. and V.P. **(RGPV June 2010)**

**Q.25)** The top view of line AB, 70 mm long measures 55 mm and front view measures 45 mm. It end A is 10 mm from H.P. And 15 mm from V.P. Draw the projections of the line and determine its inclination with the H.P. and V.P. Also draw its traces if the line is in first quadrant. **(RGPV Dec 2010) **

**Q.26)** Two bulbs on two poles are respectively 2 m and 3 m above the ground and 1 m and 2 m from the wall, 0.3 mm thick but on opposite side of it. The distance between the bulbs measured along the round and parallel to the wall is 3 m. Determine the real distance between the bulbs. **(RGPV Dec 2010)**

**Q.27)** The distance between the projectors of two ends of a straight line is 40 mm. One end is 15 mm above the H.P. And 10 mm in front of the V.P. The other end is 40 mm above H.P. And 40 mm in front of V.P. Find the true length and true inclination. **(RGPV Dec 2010 GS)**

**Q.28)** A line AB is inclined at 40° to H.P. It’s one end A is 25 mm above H.P. And 30 mm in front of V.P. The top view of the line is 70 mm and is inclined at 30° to xy. Draw the projections of the line and determine its true length and inclination with V.P. **(RGPV Dec 2010 GS)**

**Q.29)** A line PQ, 100 mm long is inclined at 45° to the H.P. and at 30° to the V.P. Its end P is in the second quadrant and Q is in fourth quadrant. A point R on PQ, 40 mm from P is in both the planes. Draw the projection of P**Q. (RGPV June 2011 GS)**

**Q.30)** The distance between the projectors of two ends of a straight line is 40 mm. One end is 15 mm above H.P. and 10 mm in front of V.P. The other end is 40 mm above H.P. and 40 mm in front of V.P. Find the true length and true inclinations of the line. **(RGPV June 2011 GS)**

**Q.31)** The top view of a straight line AB 72 mm long, measures 62.4 mm while length of its front view is 49.2 mm . Its end A is in the V.P. And 12 mm above the H.P. Draw the projections of the straight line and determine its inclinations with H.P. and V.P. **(RGPV Dec 2011 GS)**

**Q.32)** A line LM 70 mm long has it’s end L 10 mm above H.P. And 15 mm in front of V.P. It’s top view and front view measures 60 mm and 40 mm respectively. Draw the projections of the line and determine it’s inclinations with H.P. and V.P. **(RGPV June 2012 GS)**

**Q.33)** A line AB is inclined at 40° to H.P. It’s one end A is 25mm above H.P. And 30mm in front of V.P. The top view of the line is 70mm and is inclined at 30° to xy. Draw the projection of the line and determine it’s true length and its inclination with V.P. **(RGPV Dec 2012)**

**Q.34)** The front view of a line CD measures 60mm and makes an angle of 45° with xy. A is in H.P. And V.T. of the line is 15mm above H.P. The line in inclined at 30° to V.P. Draw the projections of AB and determine its true length an inclination with H.P. Also locate it’s H.T. **(RGPV Dec 2012)**

**Q.35)** Draw the front view and top view of a point placed at a distance of 25 mm and 20mm respectively from H.P. and V.P. When it is moved from 1st quadrant to 4th quadrant in anticlockwise direction. **(RGPV June 2013)**

**Q.36)** A line PQ 25mm long is parallel to H.P. and perpendicular to V.P. The end Q is 10mm in front of V.P. And the line is 20mm above H.P. Draw the projections of the line and find it traces. **(RGPV June 2013)**

**Q.37)** A straight line PQ has it’s end P at 20mm above the H.P. and 30mm in front of V.P. The End Q is 80mm above H.P. and 70mm in front of V.P. If the end projectors are 60mm apart, Draw the projections of line. Determine it’s true length and true inclinations with the reference plane. **(RGPV Dec 2013)**

**Q.38)** Draw the projections of straight line AB of 100mm long when one of it’s ends is touching the V.P. And the other end touching H.P. The angle of inclination with H.P. and V.P. Are 40° and 50° respectively. **(RGPV Dec 2013)**

**UNIT-3 Projection of Planes**

**Q.1)** A rectangular thin plate of side 60 x 30 mm is resting on its shorter side on HP and inclined at 30° to VP. Its surface in inclined at 60° to HP. Draw its projection. **(RGPV Dec 2020, RGPV Dec 2019)**

**Q.2)** A regular hexagonal lamina of side 20 mm rests on one of its side on Hp such that it is perpendicular to V.P. and inclined to HP at 45°. Draw it projection in first angle. **(RGPV May 2019 CBGS)**

**Q.3)** A regular pentagon of side 25 mm, has one of its side in the H.P. its plane is perpendicular to the HP an inclined at 45° to the V.P. Draw the projections of the pentagon. **(RGPV Dec 2017)**

**Q.4)** A regular hexagonal lamina of side 20 mm rests on it’s sides on HP such that it is perpendicular to VP and inclined to the HP at 45°. It’s corner nearest to VP is 15 mm away from VP. Draw its projection. **(RGPV Jun 2020)**

**Q.5)** A semicircular plate of 80mm diameter has its straight edge on the V.P. and inclined at 30° to the H.P., while the surface of the plate is inclined at 45° to the V.P. Draw the projection of the plate. **(RGPV Jun 2017 (RGPV Jun 2010)**

**Q.6)** Draw the projections of pentagonal sheet of 26 mm side having its surface inclined at 30° to the V.P. Its one side is parallel to V.P. and inclined at 45° to H.P. **(RGPV May 2018)**

**Q.7)** A rectangular plane of edges 35 mm and 70 mm is resting on an edge in the H.P. The surface is inclined to the H.P. such that the top view appears as a square. Draw its projection when the edge resting on the H.P. is perpendicular to the V.P. **(RGPV Jun 2016)**

**Q.8)** A rectangular plate ABCD measuring 50 mm x 30 mm, has its diagonal AC inclined at 30° to the H.P. whereas the diagonal BD makes and angle of 45° to V.P. Draw its Projection. **(RGPV Dec 2016)**

**Q.9)** A square plate ABCD of side 30 mm is resting on H.P. on one of its corners and the diagonal AC inclined at 45° to H.P. The diagonal BD of the plate in inclined at 30° to the V.P. and parallel to the H.P. Draw its projections. **(RGPV Dec 2015)**

**Q.10)** A hexagonal lamina of 24 mm side has its surface inclined at to 30O H.P. Its one side is lying on the H.P. and inclined at to 45° V.P. Draw it projections. **(RGPV Jun 2014)**

**Q.11)** Draw the projections of pentagonal sheet of 26 mm side having its surface inclined at 30° to the V.P. Its one side is parallel to V.P. and inclined at 45° to H.P. **(RGPV May 2018)**

**Q.12)** A Hexagonal plane of side 30 mm has a corner on the ground. Its surface is inclined at to 45° the H.P. and the top view of the diagonal through the corner which is in the H.P. makes an angle of 60° with the V.P. Draw its projections. **(RGPV Jun 2016)**

**Q.13)** Draw the projections of a circle 60 mm diameter resting on V.P. On a point on the circumference. The plane is inclined 45° to the V.P. And perpendicular to H.P. The centre of the plane is 30 mm above H.P. **(RGPV Dec 2010)**

**Q.14)** A regular pentagon of 30mm side is resting on one of its edges on H.P. Which is inclined at 45° to V.P. It’s surface is inclined at 30° to H.P. Draw It’s projection. **(RGPV Dec 2012)**

**Q.15)** Draw the projections of a Rhombus having diagonal 100 mm and 40 mm long. The bigger diagonal is inclined at 300 to H.P. with one of the end points in H.P. and the smaller diagonal is parallel to both the planes. **(RGPV Dec 2011)**

**Q.16)** Draw the projections of a circle of 60mm dia. Resting on V.P. on a point on the circumference. The plane is inclined at 45° to V.P. and perpendicular to the H.P. the centre of the plane is 40 mm above H.P. **(RGPV Feb-2010)**

**Q.17)** A circle of 40 mm dia. is resting on H.P. on a point with its surface inclined at 30° to H.P. Draw the projections of the circle when the top view of the diameter through the resting point makes and angle of 45° with xy. **(RGPV March-April 2010) **

**Q.18)** Draw the projections of a regular hexagon of 25 mm side having one of its sides in the H.P. and inclined at 60° to the V.P. and its surface making an angle of 45° with the H.P. **(RGPV March-April 2010) **

**Q.19)** A semicircular plate of 80 mm dia. has its straight edge on V.P. and inclined at 30° to H.P., while the surface of the plate is inclined at 45° to V.P. Draw the projection of the plate. **(RGPV Jun 2010, RGPV Jun 2011 GS)**

**Q.20)** A pentagon of 30 mm side has one corner on H.P. Its plane is inclined at 60° to V.P. and perpendicular to H.P. Draw the projection of the pentagon. **(RGPV Jun 2010) **

**Q.21)** A hexagonal plate of 30 mm side is resting on one of its corner on H.P. The plate is perpendicular to V.P. And inclined to H.P. at 45°. Draw its projections. **(RGPV Dec 2010) **

**Q.22)** A square plate of 40 mm is perpendicular to H.P. and inclined to V.P. at 40°. One of its edge is on V.P. Draw the projections when one of the corners is 12 mm from the H.P. **(RGPV Dec 2010) **

**Q.23)** Draw the projections of a circle 60 mm dia resting on V.P. On a point on the circumference. The plane is inclined 45° to the V.P. And perpendicular to H.P. The centre of the plane is 30 mm above H.P. **(RGPV Dec 2010 GS)**

**Q.24)** A regular hexagonal plate of 45 mm side has a corner on H.P. And it’s surface is inclined at 45° to H.P. Draw the projections when the diagonal through the corner which is on H.P. Makes 30° with the V.P. **(RGPV Dec 2010 GS)**

**Q.25)** Draw the projections of a regular hexagon of 40 mm side, having its surface inclined at 30° to H.P. and a side parallel to the H.P. and inclined at 60° to the V.P. **(RGPV Jun 2011 GS)**

**Q.26)** Draw the projections of a Rhombus having diagonal 100 mm and 40 mm long. The bigger diagonal is inclined at 30° to H.P. with one of the end points in H.P. and the smaller diagonal is parallel to both the planes. **(RGPV Dec 2011 GS) **

**Q.27)** A rectangular plate ABCD measuring 45 mm x 35 mm, has its diagonal AC inclined at 300 to the H.P. where as the diagonal BD makes and angle of 45° to V.P. Draw its Projection. **(RGPV Dec 2011 GS )**

**Q.28)** A square ABCD of 50 mm side has it’s corner A in the H.P. it’s diagonal AC inclined at 30° to the H.P. and the diagonal BD inclined 45° to the V.P. and parallel to H.P. Draw it’s projections. **(RGPV June 2012 GS)**

**Q.29)** A regular pentagon of 30mm side is resting on one of its edges on H.P. Which is inclined at 45° to V.P. It’s surface is inclined at 30° to H.P. Draw It’s projection. **(RGPV Dec 2012) **

**Q.30)** A square plate of 45mm side and 40mm thick is nailed centrally to right square prism of 30mm side and height 60mm such that their axes coincide. Draw the projections when axis of the combined solid is parallel to inclined at 30° to H.P. The two base edges of square plate are parallel to V.P. And edges of prism are parallel to square plate and combination is resting on one of the base edges of square plate. **(RGPV June 2013)**

**UNIT-4 Projection of Solid**

**Q.1)** Draw the projections of a pentagonal prism of base 25mm side and 50mm long. The prism is resting on one of its rectangular faces in V.P. with its axis is inclined at 45° to HP. **(RGPV Dec 2022)**

**Q.2)** A right circular cone of axis height 80mm is resting on one of is generators in HP. Draw its projections. The base of cone is 40 mm diameter. **(RGPV Dec 2022, RGPV Jun 2020)**

**Q.3)** A right circular cone of 30mm diameter of base and axis 50 mm long is resting on a point of base circle on horizontal plane with its axis inclined at angle of 45° to the H.P. and parallel to the V.P. Draw its projection. **(RGPV Jun 2022 CBGS)**

**Q.4)** A right pentagonal prism 100 mm high with each side of the base 25 mm is resting on one of the corner on the horizontal plane and inclined at 45° to the V.P. and 30° to the H.P. Draw the projections of the pentagonal prism. **(RGPV Dec 2020)**

**Q.5)** A right pentagonal prism 90 mm high with each side of the base 30 mm is resting on one of the base edges on the horizontal plane and inclined at 30° to the V.P. and the face containing that edge is inclined at 45° to the H.P. Draw the projections of the pentagonal prism. **(RGPV Dec 2019)**

**Q.6)** Draw the floor plan of single BHK house showing all details like window, doors and other fixtures. Assume suitable dimension for plan. **(RGPV May 2019)**

**Q.7)** A right regular pentagonal prism side of base 25 mm and axis 50 mm long lies on HP on one of it’s rectangular faces such that the axis is parallel to HP and inclined at 30° to VP. Draw the projection of the solid. **(RGPV May 2019)**

**Q.8)** A square pyramid side of base 30 mm and length of axis 55 mm is held such that its apex in in HP and is 36 mm infront of VP once of the slant edge is perpendicular to the VP. Draw the front view and top views of the pyramid in the given position. **(RGPV May 2019 CBGS)**

**Q.9)** A hexagonal pyramid base 25 mm side and axis 50 mm long has an edge of its base on the ground. Its axis is inclined at 30° to the ground and parallel to the V.P. Draw its projections. **(RGPV Jun 2011)**

**Q.10)** Draw the projections of a cone, base 30 mm diameter and axis 50 mm long when it is resting on H.P. on a point of its base circle with the axis making an angle of 45° with H.P. and 30° to V.P. **(RGPV Dec 2013)**

**Q.11)** Draw the projections of a cone, base 50mm diameter and axis 60 mm long, resting on H.P. on a point of its base circle with the axis making an angle of 30 degree with H.P. and its top view making an angle of 45 degree with V.P. **(RGPV Dec 2014)**

**Q.12)** A square pyramid having edge of base 25 mm and axis 60 mm long rests on one of its slant faces on the H.P. and the edge of the base containing the slant edge is inclined at 45 degree to the V.P. Draw its projections when vertex is drawn toward V.P. **(RGPV Dec 2016)**

**Q.13)** Draw the projection of a cube of 30 mm edge resting on the H.P. on one of its corners with solid diagonal vertical. **(RGPV Dec 2015)**

**Q.14)** A pentagonal pyramid of base side 30 mm and axis length 50 mm is resting on H.P. on one of its base corner with its axis parallel to V.P. Draw its projections when the slant edge containing the resting corner is vertical. **(RGPV Dec 2015)**

**Q.15)** A pentagonal prism of base side 30 mm and axis 60 mm has one its rectangular faces on the H.P. and the axis inclined at 60° to the V.P. draw its projections. **(RGPV Jun 2016)**

**Q.16)** A square pyramid of base 40 mm and axis 55 mm is resting on one of its triangular faces on the H.P. A vertical plane containing the axis is inclined at 45° to the V.P. Draw its projection. **(RGPV Jun 2016)**

**Q.17)** A right regular pentagonal prism edge of base 30 mm and height 75 mm is resting on one of its base edges in H.P. and inclined at 30° to V.P. and the face containing that edge inclined at 45° to the H.P. Draw the projection of the solid. **(RGPV Nov 2018)**

**Q.18)** A cube of 40 mm side is resting with a face on H.P. such that the vertical faces are equally inclined to V.P. Draw its projections. **(RGPV Feb-2010 )**

**Q.19)** A hexagonal prism of base 25 mm and axis 45 mm long is positioned with one of its base edges on H.P. such that the axis is inclined at 30° to H.P. and 45°to the V.P. Draw the projections of the prism by change of position method. **(RGPV Feb-2010) **

**Q.20)** A pentagonal pyramid of edge of base 25 mm and height 60mm is resting on the corner of its base on H.P. and the slant edge containing that corner is inclined at 45°with H.P. Draw the projection of the solid when its axis makes an angle of 30° with V.P. **(RGPV March-April 2010 ) **

**Q.21)** Draw the projections of a cube 20 mm long edges resting on the H.P. on one of its corners with a solid diagonal perpendicular to the V.P. **(RGPV March-April 2010) **

**Q.22)** A hexagonal prism, side of 20 mm and axis 48 mm long rest with its base on H.P. such that an edge of the base on H.P. such that an edge of the base is parallel to V.P. Draw the projections of the prism on an auxiliary plane which makes an angle of 60° with the H.P. **(RGPV June 2010 ) **

**Q.23)** A hexagonal pyramid of side of base 25 mm and axis 60mm long, is resting on an edge of the solid when the axis makes an angle of 45° with V.P. and the base of the solid nearer to V.P. **(RGPV Jun 2010) **

**Q.24)** A pentagonal pyramid of base edge 30 mm and height 50 mm is resting on one of its corners in H.P. Draw the projection when the axis is inclined to 45° to H.P. **(RGPV Dec 2010) **

**Q.25)** A right circular cone of dia. 70 mm and axis height 80 mm is resting on one of its generators in H.P. The top view of the axis is inclined at 45O to V.P. Draw the projections of the cone. **(RGPV Dec 2010) **

**Q.26)** A square pyramid of side of base 30 mm and axis 50 mm long is freely suspended from a corner of its base. Draw its Projection. **(RGPV Dec 2010 GS)**

**Q.27)** Draw the projections of a cone of base 50 mm dia. and altitude 60 mm lying on one of its generators on H.P. When the top view of the axis makes an angle of 30° with xy. **(RGPV Dec 2010 GS)**

**Q.28)** A hexagonal prism base 30 mm side and axis 75 mm long has an edge of the base parallel to the H.P. and inclined at 45O to V.P. Its axis makes an angle of 60° with the H.P. Draw its projection. **(RGPV Jun 2011 GS)**

**Q.29)** A hexagonal pyramid base 25 mm side and axis 50 mm long has an edge of its base on the ground. Its axis is inclined at 30O to the ground and parallel to the V.P. Draw its projection. **(RGPV Jun 2011 GS)**

**Q.30)** A right circular cone, diameter of base 50 mm and height 65 mm, lies on one of its generators on H.P. such that the generator in inclined to V.P. at 30°. Draw it projections. **(RGPV Dec 2011 GS) **

**Q.31)** A pentagonal pyramid, side of base 25 mm and length of axis 50 mm lies on one of it’s slant edges with it’s axis parallel to V.P. Draw the projections of the pyramid. **(RGPV June 2012 GS)**

**Q.32)** A right regular pentagonal prism, side of base 30 mm and height 75 mm rests on one of it’s base corners on H.P. such that it’s long edge containing the corner is inclined to H.P. at 600 and side of the base opposite the corner, inclined at 30° to V.P. Draw the projections of the prism. **(RGPV June 2012 GS)**

**Q.33)** Draw the projections of a cone of diameter of base 40 and 60mm long when it its lying on a point of the base on H.P. With it’s axis inclined at 45° to H.P. And parallel to V.P. **(RGPV Dec 2012)**

**Q.34)** A hexagonal headed rod of 25mm dia has it’s cylindrical portion 60mm long. The side of the hexagonal head is 25mm having a thickness of 25mm. Draw the projection of the rod when it’s lying on H.P. On one of it’s edges of the head and with axis inclined at 30° to H.P. **(RGPV Dec 2012) **

**Q.35)** A pentagonal pyramid with 25 mm side base and 65mm height has one of it’s slant faces on the horizontal plane and the edge of the base contained by that slant face makes an angle of 25° to the V.P. Draw the projection of the pyramid. **(RGPV June 2013)**

**Q.36)** A pentagonal prism, having a base 35mm side and a 70mm long axis has it’s axis inclined at 30° to V.P. An edge of it’s base is in V.P. Inclined at 45O to the H.P. Draw it’s projections. **(RGPV Dec 2013)**

**UNIT-5 Section of Solid, Development of Surfaces & Isometric Projection**

**Q.1)** A cone diameter of base 60mm and axis 70 mm long is lying on HP on one of it’s generators with its axis parallel to V.P. A vertical cutting plane parallel to generator which is tangent to the ellipse for the base in top view, cuts the cone bisecting the axis and removing the portion containing apex. Draw its sectional front view and true shape of section.

**(RGPV May 2019)**

**Q.2)** A right regular pentagonal pyramid edge of base 30 mm and axis 60 mm long, has its base in HP such that base edge towards the VP is parallel to it. A section plane perpendicular to the HP and inclined at 45° to VP cuts the pyramid at a distance 7 mm from the axis. Draw its top view, sectional front view and development of lateral surface.

**(RGPV May 2019)**

**Q.3)** A right regular hexagonal prism edge of base 30 mm and height 75 mm is resting on it’s base on ground such that one of its base edges B parallel to VP. A cutting plane perpendicular to VP and inclined to HP at 450 meets its axis at a distance of 10 mm from its top end. Draw its front view, sectional top view, sectional right side view and true shape of the section.

**(RGPV May 2019 CBGS)**

**Q.4)** Develop the inside pattern of a right circular cylindrical pipe of 44 mm diameter and 60 mm height and having a circular hole of 32 mm diameter drilled centrally through it such that axis of the hole and cylinder are mutually at right angles.

**(RGPV May 2019 CBGS)**

**Q.5)** Draw the isometric view of a hexagonal prism having side of base 25mm and axis 65mm long resting on its base on H.P.

**(RGPV Jun 2022, RGPV Dec 2022)**

**Q.6)** Draw the isometric projections of the frustum of a cone of 50mm base diameter, 25mm top diameter and 60mm height.

**(RGPV Jun 2022)**

**Q.7)** A cone of base 50mm diameter and 65mm high rests with its base in HP. A section plane perpendicular to VP and incline at 300 to HP bisects the cone. Draw the development of the lateral surface of the truncated cone.

**(RGPV Jun 2022 CBGS)**

**Q.8)** A cube of 45 mm side rests with a face on HP such that one of its vertical faces is inclined at 300 to VP. A section plane parallel to V.P. cuts the cube at a distance of 15 mm from the vertical edge hearer to the observer. Draw its top and sectional front views. **(RGPV Dec 2020)**

**Q.9)** A hexagonal prism of base side 30 mm and axis 70 mm is resting on its base on the H.P. with a side of the base parallel to the V.P. it is cut by and A.I.P. inclined at 450 to the H.P. and bisecting the axis. Draw isometric views. **(RGPV Dec 2020)**

**Q.10)** Draw the isometric projection of a cone of base 40mm diameter and height 58mm. When it’s rests with its base on H.P.

**(RGPV Jun 2022 CBGS)**

**Q.11)** Develop the inside pattern of a right circular cylindrical pipe of 44 mm diameter and 60 mm height and having a circular hole of 32 mm diameter drilled centrally through it such that axis of the hole and cylinder are mutually at right angles.

**(RGPV Jun 2022 CBGS)**

**Q.12)** A hexagonal prism of a base side 25 mm and axis 50 mm is resting on HP on its base with two of its vertical faces perpendicular to VP. It is cut by a plane inclined at 500 to HP and perpendicular to VP and meets the axis of the prism at a distance 10mm from the top end. Draw the development of the lateral surface of the prism.

**(RGPV Dec 2019)**

**Q.13)** A cone base 75mm diameter and axis 80mm long is resting on it’s base on the H.P. It is cut by a section plane perpendicular to the V.P. Inclined at 45O to the H.P. and cutting the axis at a point 35mm from the apex. Draw it’s front view sectional top view and true shape of the section.

**(RGPV Dec 2013)**

**Q.14)** A square pyramid side of base 30mm and axis length 40mm is resting on it’s base on H.P. with sides of base equally inclined to V.P. A circular hole of diameter 20mm is drilled through the pyramid so that the axis of the hole is perpendicular to V.P. Parallel to H.P. and intersecting the axis of the pyramid at 12.5 mm above the base. Develop the remaining portion of the pyramid.

**(RGPV Dec 2013)**

**Q.15)** Draw an isometric view of the frustum of a hexagonal pyramid having 35 mm base side and 20 mm top side and 80 mm long axis, resting on its base on the H.P. with an edge of the base parallel to the V.P.

**(RGPV Dec 2019)**

**Q.16)** A cube 25 mm edge is placed centrally on the top of another square block of 40 mm edge and 15 mm thick. Draw the isometric drawing of two solids.

**(RGPV May 2019 CBGS)**

**Q.17)** Draw the isometric view of a 25 mm side cube.

**(RGPV May 2019)**

**Q.18)** Give a brief classification of solids from the drawing perspective. Discuss the need of sectioning.

**(RGPV Dec 2022)**

**Q.19)** Write short notes on Isometric drawing vs isometric view

Or

What is the difference between isometric projection and isometric drawing.

**(RGPV Dec 2019, RGPV May 2019, RGPV Jun 2008)**

**Q.20)** Draw the isometric view of a sphere of radius 25 mm which rests centrally on top of a square prism of base 60mm and height 30 mm.

**(RGPV Jun 2008)**

**Q.21)** A hexagonal pyramid of side of base 30 mm and axis 60 mm long is resting on its base on H.P. with an edge of the base perpendicular to the V.P. It is cut by a section plane inclined at 300 to the H.P. and passing through the axis at 20 mm from the base. Draw the sectional view, top view, and true shape of the sections.

**(RGPV Feb 2010)**

**Q.22)** A square prism of side of base 40 mm and axis 80 mm long is resting on its base on H.P. such that rectangular face of it is parallel to V.P. Draw the development of the prism.

**(RGPV Feb 2010)**

**Q.23)** A cone of diameter of base 60 mm and height 65 mm rests with its base on H.P. a cutting plane perpendicular to V.P. and inclined at 300 to H.P. cuts the cone such that it passes through a point on the axis at a distance 30 mm above the base. Draw the isometric projections of the cone.

**(RGPV Feb 2010)**

**Q.24)** A right circular cone of base diameter 45 mm and axis 55 mm long is lying one of its generators on H.P. It is cut by a horizontal section plane passing through the mid point of the axis. Draw the projections of the cone and its true section.

**(RGPV March-April 2010) **

**Q.25)** A hexagonal pyramid base 30 mm side and axis 65 mm long is resting on its base on the H.P. with two edges parallel to the V.P. It is cut by a section plane, perpendicular to the V.P. and inclined at 45O to the H.P. and intersecting the axis at a point 25 mm above the base. Draw front view and sectional top view of the section.

**(RGPV March-April 2010) **

**Q.26)** A cylinder of diameter of base 40 mm and axis 55 mm long is resting on its base on H.P. It is cut by a section plane perpendicular to V.P. and inclined at 45° to H.P. The section plane passes through the top end of an extreme generator of the cylinder. Draw the development of the lateral surface of the cut cylinder.

**(RGPV Jun 2010) **

**Q.27)** A vertical cylinder of 60 mm dia. is penetrated by a horizontal square prism of 35 mm side. The axes of the two solids intersect each other. a rectangular face of the prism is inclined at 60° to the V.P. Draw the lines of intersection.

**(RGPV Jun 2010 )**

**Q.28)** A pentagonal pyramid side of base 35 mm and axis 60 mm long rest with its base on the H.P. such that one of the base is perpendicular to H.P. A section plane perpendicular to H.P. and parallel to V.P. cuts the pyramid at a distance of 20 mm from the corner of the base nearer to the observer. Draw its top and sectional front view.

**(RGPV Jun 2010) **

**Q.29)** A cone base 50 mm dia. and axis 60 mm long rests with its base on H.P. A section plane perpendicular to V.P. and inclined at 45° to H.P. bisect the axis of the cone. Draw the development of the lateral surface of the remaining portion of the cone.

**(RGPV Jun 2010) **

**Q.30)** A cylinder of 45 mm dia. And 70 mm long is resting on one of tis bases on H.P. and passing through a point on the axis at 15 mm from one end. Draw the two views of the solid. Also obtain the true shape of the section.

**(RGPV Dec 2010) **

**Q.31)** A pentagonal pyramid of side of base 30 mm and axis 60 mm long is resting on its base on H.P. with an edge of the base parallel to V.P. Draw the development of the lateral surface of the pyramid.

**(RGPV Dec 2010) **

**Q.32)** A square prism with edge of base 45 mm and axis 90 mm long has its axis parallel to both H.P. and V.P. The lateral surfaces are equally inclined to H.P. It is cut by a vertical section plane inclined at 60° to the V.P. and passing through the axis at 65 mm from one end. Draw the projection of the solid.

**(RGPV Dec 2010) **

**Q.33)** Draw the development of the frustum of a hexagonal pyramid of side of base 35 mm at the bottom and 15 mm at the top, the height of the frustum being 50mm.

**(RGPV Dec 2010) **

**Q.34)** A hexagonal pyramid, side of base 30 mm and axis 60 mm long rests with its base on H.P. and one of the edges of its base is parallel to V.P. It is cut by a horizontal section plane at a distance of 30 mm above the base. Draw the front and sectional top views.

**(RGPV Dec 2010 GS)**

**Q.35)** A cylinder of 45 mm base dia. And 55 mm long axis rests with its base on H.P. It is cut by a plane perpendicular to V.P. inclined at 60° to H.P. and passing through a point on the axis 12 mm from its top. Draw the top view and development of lateral surface of truncated cylinder.

**(RGPV Dec 2010 GS)**

**Q.36)** A cylinder 50 mm dia. And 70 mm long is resting on H.P. with its axis inclined at 30O to H.P. and parallel to V.P. A section plane inclined at 45° to V.P. passes through the axis at 25 mm from one end of it. Draw the project of the cut solid.

**(RGPV Dec 2010 GS)**

**Q.37)** A pentagonal pyramid side of base 30 mm and height 52 mm stands with its base on H.P. and an edge of the base in parallel to V.P. and inclined at 40° to H.P. and passing through a point 30 mm above the base. Draw the development of the lateral surface of the truncated pyramid.

**(RGPV Dec 2010 GS)**

**Q.38)** A hexagonal pyramid, base side 25 mm and axis 50 mm long rests with its base in H.P. such that one of the edges of its base is perpendicular to the V.P. It is cut by a section plane perpendicular to H.P. and inclined at 45° to V.P. and passing through the pyramid at a distance of 10 mm from the axis. Draw the sectional front view and top view of the pyramid.

**(RGPV Jun 2011 GS)**

**Q.39)** A hexagonal prism edge of base 20 mm side and axis 50 mm long rests with its base on H.P. such that its rectangular faces is parallel to V.P. It is cut by a plane perpendicular to V.P. inclined to 45O to H.P. and passing through the right corner of the top face of the prism. Draw the sectional top view and front view of the object.

**(RGPV Jun 2011 GS)**

**Q.40)** A pentagonal pyramid, base 30 mm and height 52 mm stands with its base on H.P. and an edge of the base is parallel to V.P. It is cut by a plane perpendicular to V.P. inclined at 40° to H.P. and passing through a point on the axis 32 mm above the base Draw the sectional top view and develop the lateral surface of the truncated pyramid.

**(RGPV Jun 2011 GS)**

**Q.41)** A right circular cone 45 mm diameter, axis 65mm long is resting on its base on H.P. It is cut by a plane, the H.T. of which makes and angle of 450 with the V.P. and is passing 15 mm from the top view axis. Draw the sectional front view and true shape of the section.

**(RGPV Dec 2011 GS )**

**Q.42)** A pentagonal pyramid, base edges 25 mm and axis 45 mm long, is lying on one of its triangular faces on the H.P. with its axis parallel to V.P. An auxiliary section plane perpendicular to H.P. and inclined at 30° to V.P. cuts the pyramid and passes through a point 35 mm from the base along the axis. Draw the sectional front view and the true shape of the section.

**(RGPV Dec 2011 GS) **

**Q.43)** A right regular pentagonal pyramid, sides of base 25 mm and length of axis 50 mm lies on one of it’s triangular faces on H.P. with it’s axis parallel to V.P. A section plane perpendicular to the H.P. and inclined to the V.P. at 30° cuts the pyramid bisecting it’s axis. Draw it’s top view, sectional front view and trace shape of the section.

**(RGPV June 2012 GS)**

**Q.44)** A pentagonal prism of side of base 30mm and axis 60mm long rests with one of it’s rectangular faces on H.P. with it’s axis inclined at 30° to V.P. A section plane cuts the solid into two halves. Draw the projections of the solid.

**(RGPV Dec 2012)**

**Q.45)** A square pyramid side of base 30mm and axis length 40mm is resting on it’s base on H.P. with sides of base equally inclined to V.P. A circular hole of diameter 20mm is drilled through the pyramid so that axis of the hole is perpendicular to V.P. And parallel to H.P. and intersecting the axis of the pyramid at 12.5mm above the base. Draw the development of the pyramid.

**(RGPV Dec 2012)**

**Q.46)** A pentagonal prism side of a base 30mm and axis 60mm long lies with one of it’s rectangular faces on H.P. and it’s axis is inclined at 30° to V.P. A section plane perpendicular to H.P. and parallel to V.P. Cuts the prism into two halves. Obtain it’s top and sectional front view.

**(RGPV June 2013)**

**Q.47)** A square pyramid side of base 30mm and axis length 45mm is resting on it’s base on H.P. with sides of base equally inclined to V.P. A circular hole of diameter 20mm is drilled through the pyramid so that axis of the hole is perpendicular to V.P. And parallel to H.P. and intersecting the axis of the pyramid at 12.5mm above the base. Develop the pyramid.

**(RGPV June 2013)**

**Q.48)** A cone base 75mm diameter and axis 80mm long is resting on it’s base on the H.P. It is cut by a section plane perpendicular to the V.P. Inclined at 45° to the H.P. and cutting the axis at a point 35mm from the apex. Draw it’s front view sectional top view and true shape of the section.

**(RGPV Dec 2013)**

**Q.49)** A square pyramid side of base 30mm and axis length 40mm is resting on it’s base on H.P. with sides of base equally inclined to V.P. A circular hole of diameter 20mm is drilled through the pyramid so that the axis of the hole is perpendicular to V.P. Parallel to H.P. and intersecting the axis of the pyramid at 12.5 mm above the base. Develop the remaining portion of the pyramid.

**(RGPV Dec 2013)**

**Q.50)** A cylinder with diameter of base 60mm and 70mm long is resting on it’s base on H.P. A section plane perpendicular to V.P. and inclined at 45° to H.P. Passes through the axis at a distance of 20mm from it’s top end. Draw the isometric view of the truncated cylinder.

**(RGPV Dec 2012)**

**Q.51)** A square pyramid rests centrally over a cylindrical block. Draw the biometric projection of the arrangement if pyramid has a base of 25mm side and 40mm long axis where as the cylindrical block has a base of 50mm dia. and 25mm thickness.

**(RGPV June 2013)**

**Q.52)** A right circular cone of base diameter 30 mm and height 36 mm rests centrally on the square block of 48 mm side and 22 mm thick. Draw the isometric view of the two solids.

**(RGPV Dec 2011 GS)**

**Q.53)** On a circular disc of 80 mm dia. And 15 mm thick, a cube of side 40 mm has been placed centrally. Draw the orthographic projection and isometric view of the disc and cube. **(RGPV June 2011 GS)**

**Q.54)** A cone of base diameter 50 mm and axis 60 mm rests with its base on H.P. A section plane perpendicular to V.P. and inclined at 30° to H.P. passes through the axis at a distance of 25 mm above base. Draw the isometric projections of the truncated cone.

**(RGPV Dec 2010 GS)**

**Q.55)** Draw the isometric view of hexagonal prism with side of abase 25 mm and axis 60 mm long. The prism is resting on its base on H.P. with an edge of the base parallel to V.P.

**(RGPV Dec 2010) **

**Q.56)** Draw the isometric view of a sphere of radius 20 mm which rests centrally on top of a square prism of base 50 mm and height 60 mm.

**(RGPV Jun 2010)**

**UNIT-6 CAD & AutoCAD**

1) Give some examples where the layering concept is useful to use. (RGPV Dec 2022, RGPV Dec 2019)

2) Name and explain five edit commands used CAD.

Or

Discuss the various editing commands in AutoCAD. (RGPV Dec 2022, RGPV Jun 2020, RGPV Dec 2019, RGPV Dec 2017)

3) Explain the various advantages of CAD.

Or

List advantages of using Computer Aided Drafting.

Or

What are the advantages and disadvantages of CAD. (RGPV Dec 2022, RGPV May 2019, RGPV Dec 2010)

4) What is the use of UCS icon ? Explain in detail ? (RGPV Dec 2022)

5) Explain the various commands used for transformation of an object. i) Move ii) Copy iii) Rotate iv) Mirror (RGPV Dec 2022)

6) Explain the different methods used for drawing a circle in AutoCAD, (RGPV Dec 2022, RGPV Nov 2018)

7) Explain the layering concept with examples. How is it implemented into CAD software ?

Or

What is layering ?

Or

Explain the concept of Layering in AutoCAD. (RGPV Jun 2022, RGPV Jun 2014)

8) How do you specify a plotter for graphics applying ? (RGPV Jun 2022)

9) What is CAD ? Name two CAD software. Give advantages and disadvantages of using CAD. (RGPV Jun 2022, 2020, RGPV Dec 2020, RGPV Dec 2019)

10) Explain the purpose of Zoom command. (RGPV Jun 2022)

11) Define wireframe modelling. Give it limitations.

Or

Write short note on – Wireframe models.

Or

Write short note on- Wireframe modelling. (RGPV Nov 2018, RGPV Dec 2019)

12) Explain the method of drawing wireframe models of the following objects. i) Cone ii) Pyramid iii) Prism (RGPV Jun 2022, RGPV Dec 2019)

13) Prepare and ellipse using four different methods in AutoCAD. (RGPV Jun 2022)

14) Explain about Building Information Modeling(BIM) (RGPV Jun 2022)15) What are the different editing commands ? Discuss the different methods of zoom as used in CAD. (RGPV Dec 2019, RGPV Jun 2022)16) Explain the use of various coordinate systems in CAD.

Or

Write short note on – Co-ordinate systems used in CAD.

Or

Explain the co-ordinate system used in CAD. (RGPV Dec 2019, RGPV Nov 2018, RGPV Jun 2016)

17) Define the following.

i) Tool bar

ii) Edit commands

iii) 2D and 3D model (RGPV May 2019)

18) Write short not on – ISO and ANSI standards for drawing. (RGPV Nov 2018)

19) Fill in the blanks.

(i) Computer is an ……… device with …………brain.

(ii) R.O.M. stands for ………….

(iii) ………. are those commands which can tell the basic functions of AutoCAD.

(iv) ………….. is a bright dot on the screen.

(v) Commercial Computer Aided Drafting was

introduced in 1964 by ………………. (RGPV March-April 2010)

- 20) State whether the statement is True or False :

(i)Machine language has only two words “True or False”.

(ii)Once the computer is switched off, ROM forgets everything.

(iii) The utility commands control the basic functions of AutoCAD.

(iv) ERASE and UNDO are Edit Commands.

(v)HATCH commands is used in drawing sectional view of an object. (RGPV March-April 2010)

21) Write the prompt sequence for drawing a rectangle of 60 mm x 40 mm with the help of line command. (RGPV Jun 2010)

- 22) Explain the following commands in brief:

(i) Move

(ii) Array

(iii) Chamfer(iv) Hatch (RGPV Dec 2010 GS)

23) Explain two methods of drawing an arc in AutoCAD. (RGPV Dec 2012)

24) Mention four utility commands and state their basic functions. (RGPV Dec 2013, RGPV June 2013)

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