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# BRANCH: Reg.

SECTION: No.
NAME:
SRM UNIVERSITY
UNIVERSITY PRACTICAL EXAMINATION – NOV - 2016
SCHOOL OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING
MAX.MARKS 100 15ME105L– ENGINEERING GRAPHICS Duration 30 minutes
PART- A (20x1=20) Answer all the questions
1. Set Square is used to draw ________________ lines.
(a) inclined (b) Straight (c) Parallel (d) Perpendicular
2. French Curves are used to draw __________
(a) Circle (b) Irregular Lines (c) Irregular Curves (d) ellipse
3. _______________ is the shape of the section obtained, when a cone is cut by a plane
perpendicular to the axis
(a) Hyperbola (b) parabola (c) Circle (d) ellipse
4. What is the true shape of section of a cone which is cut by a section plane parallel to one of the
generators?
(a) Hyperbola (b) parabola (c) Circle (d) ellipse
5. The ratio of distance of the moving point from focus to the distance of the moving point from
directrix is called
(a) Eccentricity (b) Tangency (c) Normal ratio (d) None of these
6. Dimension of title block is ________________.
(a) 160*70mm (b) 168*72mm (c) 170*60mm (d) 172*68mm.
7. When a line is parallel to the VP and perpendicular to HP its _______________ is a point.
(a) Top view (b) front view (c) side view (d) none above
8. When a point lies in the second quadrant, it will be behind VP and below HP.(True/False)
9. Apparent inclination of a line always greater than the true inclination in projections.(True/False)
10. The HT and VT of a line will always lie on a single projector.(True/False)
11. Two views are sufficient for showing the details of any object? (True/False)
12. Concentric circles appear as concentric ellipse in isometric projection (true/false)
13. A rectangular plane placed above HP and in front of VP with its surface perpendicular to HP and
parallel to VP.It front view will be
(c) Point (b) rectangle (c) straight line (d) None
14. A sphere is obtain by revolving a _______________
(a) Circle (b) Semi Circle (c) straight line. (d) None above
15. A line is parallel to both HP and VP, it has
(a) Only the HT (b) only the VT (c) both HT (d) no HT and no VT
16. _______ is the shape of the section obtained, when a cone is cut by a plane perpendicular to the
axis (a) Hyperbola (b) parabola (c) Circle (d) ellipse
17. What is the true shape of section of a cone which is cut by a section plane parallel to one of the
generators?
(a) Hyperbola (b) parabola (c) Circle (d) ellipse
18. The ratio of distance of the moving point from focus to the distance of the moving point from
directrix is called
(a) Eccentricity (b) Tangency (c) Normal ratio (d) None of these
19. Point A is below HP and behind VP, in which quadrant the point will be lying?
(a) 4 (b) 2 (c) 1 (d) 3
20. When a line is parallel to the VP and perpendicular to HP its _______ is a point.
(a) top view (b) front view (c) side view (d) none above
NAME: Reg.
BRANCH: No.
SECTION:
SRM UNIVERSITY
UNIVERSITY PRACTICAL EXAMINATION-NOV 2018
SCHOOL OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING
MAX.MARKS 100 15ME105L – ENGINEERING GRAPHICS Duration 2hr 30 min
PART B (5 X 16 = 80)
Notes:
 Question number 21 is the compulsory question. Use Manual drafting.
 Question number 22 to 27 answer any 4. In that 2 Questions are solve using Autocad
package.

21.
a. Draw a parabola with the distance of the focus from the directrix at 50mm. Draw the
tangent and normal at any point on the curve.
(or)
b. A cone of base diameter 50 mm and axis length 75 mm in resting on HP on its base. It is
cut by a plane perpendicular to both HP & VP and is 10 mm to the left of the axis. Draw the
front view, top view and true shape of this section.
22. A Hexagonal prism with side of base 25mm and 50mm
long is resting on a corner of its base on HP. Draw the
projections of the prism when its axis is making 30° with
HP and parallel to VP.
23. A Pentagonal pyramid of side of base 30mm and height
70mm is resting with its base on HP. Draw the isometric
drawing of the pyramid.
24. A cylinder of diameter of base 40 mm and height 50 mm is
standing on its base on HP. A cutting plane inclined at 45° to
the axis of the cylinder passes through the left extreme
point of the top base. Develop the lateral surface of the
truncated cylinder. Fig. 1
25. Use union, subtraction, loft command for the fig. 1 drawing.
26. Draw the Front view, Top view and Left side view of the fig. 2 object.

Fig. 2

27. Draw a plan, elevation and sectional view of a police outpost, the line plan of which is shown
in the following figure 3. Also draw the sectional view on AA.

Fig. 3