# ENGG DRAWING

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This book is meant for the Engineering Drawing course offered to the students of all engineering disciplines in their first year. An important highlight of this book is the inclusion of 'practical hints' along with theory which would enable the students to make perfect drawings. Key features Just the right and complete syllabi coverage. Perfect organization of chapters and subtopics ensuring smooth flow. Step-by-step approach for explaining the concepts. (chapters on Isometric and Orthographic Views) Practical hints along with rules to facilitate generation of good quality and accurate drawings. Excellent 2D and 3D illustrations render easy understanding to the topics. Points to be remembered and simple thumb rules have been provided after every chapter. Latest BIS Codes used (SP46-2003, modified in 2003) Chapter on AUTOCAD with the latest version of AUTOCAD (AUTOCAD 2006). Pedagogy Solved Examples: 350 Practice Problems: 300 Objective Type Questions: 250 Step-by-step approach for explaining the concepts. (chapters on Isometric and Orthographic Views) Excellent 2D and 3D illustrations render easy understanding to the topics. Chapter on AUTOCAD with the latest version of AUTOCAD (AUTOCAD 2006). Pedagogy Solved Examples: 350 Practice Problems: 300 Objective Type Questions: 250Projections of Solids 14.23 IllustrativeProblems Problem 14.1 A pentagonal pyramid of base 20 mm and height 50 mm has its triangular face in the VP with a shorter side inclined to the HP ... 18.16 Remember the Following Isometric projection of an object is seen smaller in size than its actual size. ... A square is seen as rhombus, rectangle is seen as parallelogram and circle is seen as ellipse in isometric.

 Title : ENGG DRAWING Author : JOLHE Publisher : Tata McGraw-Hill Education -