Engineering Drawing - A Practice Book

This book is designed to motivate and help the students for solving the problems on their own this book is a necessary supplement to the engineering drawing textbooks. This book would be useful for teachers to guide students. Practice is the most important part of Engineering Drawing. This book is completely dedicated to practice in Engineering Drawing. No doubt, the students draw the sheets in their practical classes for this purpose. But there they have to solve hard problems directly. This is a difficult task for them when they are still learning the concept. So sometimes they tend to copy the figures rather than solving the problems themselves.

1. PRACTICE FOR LETTERING.................................................................................................................................................................. 1

2. TYPES OF LINES AND DIMENSIONING CONVENTIONS ................................................................................................................... 3

3. BASIC GEOMETRICAL CONSTRUCTIONS ........................................................................................................................................... 9

4. ORTHOGRAPHIC PROJECTION .......................................................................................................................................................... 15

5. SECTIONAL ORTHOGRAPHIC PROJECTION .................................................................................................................................... 31

6. ISOMETRIC PROJECTION .................................................................................................................................................................... 39

7. PROJECTION OF POINTS .................................................................................................................................................................... 56

8. PROJECTION OF LINES ....................................................................................................................................................................... 59

9. PROJECTION OF PLANES ................................................................................................................................................................... 68

10. PROJECTION OF SOLIDS .................................................................................................................................................................... 75

11. SECTIONS OF SOLIDS ......................................................................................................................................................................... 81

12. MISSING LINES AND VIEWS (ORTHOGRAPHIC INTERPRETATION).............................................................................................. 86

13. DEVELOPMENT OF SOLID SURFACES ........................................................................................................................................... 102

14. INTERSECTION OF SOLIDS ............................................................................................................................................................... 109

15. ENGINEERING CURVES ..................................................................................................................................................................... 115

SOLUTIONS .................................................................................................................................................................................. 131–155