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Draw a circle 3Ί"" dia. in the plan and divide into, say 12 equal parts. Number 1 to 7 as shown. 3. » k. Draw two thin lines tp apart in the plan to represent the tube outline and project ζ" dia. circles in both plan and elevation to represent end views of the tube and divide both circles into 12 equal parts and letter as shown. f 5. Draw lines from points "A" to "G" in elevation right across the tube and cone, parallel to the centre of the tube and drop perpendiculars from points of intersection with the lines going to the apex, down to lines 1 to 7 in plan.
The figure shows a transition piece connecting two ducts, one is square and the other is cylindrical in section. Draw one half of the transition piece, developed. Plan SOLUTION NO. 18 1. Draw the two views given. 2. Divide the lower semicircle in the plan into 12 equal parts. Number each dividing point and project each one up to the cylinder in the elevation as shown, numbering again. 3. Connect up each of these points in the elevation and plan to the corners of the square section as shown. k. Find the length of each of these lines in (3) by drawing radii from the points on the circle in plan to horizontals drawn from the same point and project up perpendiculars at the intersection points, to the base of the square in the elevation.
7· Line in and complete as shown. SOLUTION NO. 20 PROBLEM NO. 21 C\J Ζ lTr"Dia. 2k" Dia. The figure shows a truncated cone with a portion removed. Draw, full size, the view given, together with a plan and an elevation in the direction of the arrow. SOLUTION NO. 21 1. Draw the view given. 2. Divide distance "A into any number of parts, draw horizontals across, and number as shown. (Note how extra divisions have been made at the lower part, to accomodate more divisions at the radius). f 3. Draw circles in the plan, projected down from the elevation as shown.
24 worked engineering drawing examples : volume one by Jones, Antonia Jane