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Different Problems & Solutions on Chapter: Section of Solids

Problem 7.10 Section of Solids

Problem 7.10 Section of Solids – A spheres of diameter 40 mm is resting on a cube of side 60 mm. The cube is resting on H.P. and the assembly is cut by a cutting plane which is perpendicular to V.P. inclined to H.P. by the angle 60° and bisecting the full axis of the assembly. Draw front view, sectional top view and sectional left hand side view.

Problem 7.9 Section of Solids

Problem 7.9 Section of Solids – A hexagonal pyramid of side of base 40 mm and height of axis 110 mm is resting on one of its inclined vertical surface on H.P. such that its axis remains parallel to the V.P. It is cut by a cutting plane which is inclined at an angle 45° with H.P. and bisecting the axis of the pyramid. Draw front view, sectional top view.

Problem 7.8 Section of Solids

Problem 7.8 Section of Solids – A cone of base diameter 60 mm and axis height 90 mm is resting on its base on V.P. One cutting plane parallel with V.P. and perpendicular to H.P. is cutting the cone such that true shape of the section of the cone is a circle of diameter 35 mm. Draw sectional front view and top view of the cone.

Problem 7.7 Section of Solids

Problem 7.7 Section of Solids – A square prism of side of base 55 mm and axis height 90 mm is resting on H.P. on its base such that all the edges of the base are equally inclined with the V.P. One triangular hole of side of base 30 mm is cut through the square prism such that the axis of the square prism and the triangular hole are the same and one of the sides of the triangular hole is parallel with the one of the sides of the square prism. One cutting plane which is perpendicular to V.P. and inclined at an angle 60° with H.P. and bisecting the axis of the prism is cutting the object. Draw front view, sectional top view and true shape of the prism.

Problem 7.6 Section of Solids

Problem 7.6 Section of Solids – A triangular pyramid of side of base 50 mm and height of axis 100 mm resting on its base on the H.P. such that one of the edges of the base parallel to V.P. and near to V.P. The pyramid is cut by a cutting plane parallel to V.P. and perpendicular to H.P. by passing through the distance 15 mm form the axis of the pyramid. Draw sectional front view and top view of the triangular pyramid.