Problem 6.11 Projection of Solids – ABCD is a tetrahedron of 60 mm long edges. The edge AB is in the H.P. The edge CD is inclined at an angle of 30 degree to the H.P. and 45 degree to the V.P. Draw the projections of the tetrahedron.

# Category: Projection of Solids

Different Problems & Solutions on Chapter: Projection of Solids

Problem 6.10 Projection of Solids – A sphere of diameter 60 mm say the sphere “M”, rests on a point of its periphery on H.P. Another two spheres of diameter 40 mm sphere “A” and 20 mm sphere “B” respectively are nailed on the sphere “M” such that the axis from the centers of the spheres A & B are perpendicular to each other and equally inclined with the vertical center line of the sphere “M”. Draw its projections.

Problem 6.9 Projection of Solids – A cone of diameter of base 60 mm and axis length equal to 100 mm rests on one of its slant generators on H.P. such that its axis is inclined at an angle of 65° with the V.P. Keep its apex near to the V.P. and draw the projections.

Problem 6.8 Projection of Solids – A pentagonal prism of side of base equal to 40 mm and axis height 110 mm rests on one of its corner of its base on H.P. such that the axis is inclined at an angle of 40° with H.P. and 60° with the V.P. Draw its projection.

Problem 6.7 Projection of Solids – A cone of diameter of base 60 mm and axis length equal to 100 mm rests on a point of its periphery of the base on H.P. such that its axis is inclined at an angle of 35° with the H.P. and 60° with the V.P. and the apex is near to the observer. Draw its projection.

Problem 6.6 Projection of Solids – A hexagonal pyramid of side of base 30 mm and axis length 90 mm rests on one of its slant edge on the H.P. such that the plane containing that slant edge on which it rests on H.P. is inclined at 45° to V.P. and the apex is near to the V.P. Draw the projection of it.

Problem 6.5 Projection of Solids – Draw the projections of a cube of side 50 mm which rests on a point of its corner on H.P. and one of its solid diagonal is parallel to H.P. and perpendicular to V.P.

Problem 6.4 Projection of Solids – A sphere P, radius 20 mm; is resting on H.P. Another sphere Q, radius 15 mm is nailed to the sphere P. Line joining the centres of sphere P and sphere Q is parallel to V.P. and inclined to H.P. by 400. Draw the projection of the sphere and show the contact point in all views.