MAE%201004_HW_05_B&W_Spring%202011_MAE%201004_No%20Solution%20%5bCompatibility%20Mode%5d

MAE%201004_HW_05_B&W_Spring%202011_MAE%201004_No%20Solution%20%5bCompatibility%20Mode%5d

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Unformatted text preview: MAE MAE 1004 HW #5 #5 Multiview drawing problems (*** use ruler ***) (*** use Figure 6.52: problem on page 192 of the first textbook Draw three views (front, top, and right-side) of the object on graph paper three views (front, top, and right side) of the object on graph paper Must use ruler – freehand sketching will not be accepted. Page orientation: portrait (10%). Must show the essential construction lines and the 45 degree miter line Must show the essential construction lines and the 45 degree miter line There are two inclined surfaces (identify the ‘angle’ of each inclined surface two ‘angle in the view where the inclined surface will project as a straight line) Use the right pencils to draw good Use the right pencils to draw good-quality visible lines, hidden lines, and visible lines, hidden lines, and centerlines. (Visible centerlines. (Visible lines: dark & thick, ~0.7 mm; hidden lines: ~0.35 mm, centerlines: ~0.3 mm) In Fig. 6.52 one large grid equals to two small grids. Count the number of grids of Count each feature carefully to determine its size/location – use ruler to help with the measurements. The grid size of your graph paper is must be greater than 0.2 inch or 5 mm. You can download it from the Blackboard. Put your name and lab section number in the upper right corner. Due March 23 (Wed.) in class @3:45 pm 3/7/2011 Front View Inclined surface (angle Inclined surface (angle = 3 grids vertical grids vertical & 6 grids horizontal in the front view) – this is a straight line in the front view Inclined surface (angle = 5 grids vertical & 9 grids horizontal in the top view) – grids horizontal in the top view) this is a straight line in the top view 8 8 6 3 5 3 14 Front View 5 8 8 Between 6 and 7 grids 6 3 5 3 14 Front View 5 In Front View, the edge may not be at an integer number of grids ...
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This note was uploaded on 11/17/2011 for the course MAE 1004 taught by Professor Y.shenleng during the Spring '11 term at GWU.

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