L15_2 - An oblique surface appears as a surface in all...

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    Multiview Projections - 3 GE 101 Engineering Graphics and Design Treatment of Common Surfaces
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    Normal Surfaces A normal surface  appears as a  surface in one  multiview The area of this  surface is the true  area of the  surface In the other two  multiviews, a  normal surface  appears as an  edge
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    Inclined Surfaces An inclined surface  appears as a surface  in two multiviews Not true size in either  of these views  In the third multiview  the inclined surface  appears as an edge
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    Oblique Surfaces
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Unformatted text preview: An oblique surface appears as a surface in all three multiviews In none of these views does the surface appear true size Single-Curved Surfaces A single-curved surface has curvature about a single axis Curvature only seen in one multiview Center lines used to indicate axis of curvature In isometric views, single-curved surfaces appear as ellipses Top Front Right Isometric Multiview Projections - 3 Treatment of Common Surfaces...
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This note was uploaded on 03/02/2009 for the course GE 101 taught by Professor Leake during the Fall '05 term at University of Illinois at Urbana–Champaign.

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