Engineering Drawing and Graphics, Question Paper of BE 1 and 2 Semester,Download Previous Years Question Paper 3

• Sunday, November 29, 2015

S. B. Roll No…………

ENGINEERING DRAWING
1st Exam/ Common/5405/0551.Dec-2011

Time: 3 Hrs.                                                                 Max. Marks: 100

Note: All questions are compulsory.

SECTION-A

Q1. Fill in the blanks.
1.     A drawing is a ……….. of rear thing.
2.     ……….. is a drawing instrument.
3.     Scales are used to draw the figures in……..
4.     A line representing the path of the point called ……..
5.     ……… is a thing line with arrow heads at ends.
7.     Three strokes arrow head is also called ………
8.     R.F. means………..
9.     A rectangular object has normally………..
10.                        In first angle projection object placed in………
11.                        Isometric projection object placed in ……….
12.                        The size of A2 drawing sheet is……..
13.                        Scale 1: 2 means………
14.                        Angle of st square are……….
15.                        ………. Method is generally used for drawing isometric projection of these objects in which non isometric lines lie in isometric planes.

SECTION-B
Q2. Attempt all questions.
1)    Give the abilities to write a letter correctly.
2)    What is single stroke lettering?
OR
What are ascenders and decenders?
3)    Differentiate between straight line lettering and curves letters.
OR
Name different type of scales.
4)    Give different step of construction of scale.
5)    What do you mean by Isometric Projection?
6)    What do you mean by missing lines and missing views?

SECTION-C
Q3. Attempt all questions.
1)    Construct a plain scale of RF=1/250 to measure 0 to 40m. Measure a distance of 27m on the scale.
2)    Write the following in single strike vertical capital letters 20mm high DRAWING IS THE ANGUAGE OF ENGINEERS.
3)    Draw the isometric view of wedgs block shown in Fig(A).
4)    Draw the Orthographic? Projection of BLOCK given in Fig(B).
Fig(C) shows the front side views of an object. Draw the following in scale 1:1. Draw the top view of an object. Draw the top view and mark the