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Ff n SOLUTION NO. 23 1. Draw the two views as given, and project down from view "A circle only for the plan. 11 a 2^" dia. 2. On view "A" divide distance "E" into any number of parts, say 10, and draw lines at right angles to the line "XT" as shown, cutting across the semicircular outline. (Number as shown). 3. Project semicircles across to the view on arrow "B" from the cutting lines drawn in (2) numbering to correspond. (Note how an extra semicircle with its corresponding cutting line has been added, to locate the corners of the "U" shaped duct).

Draw horizontal base line X Y (drawing lightly). and project up elevation of large prism, 3. Measure off distances C D Ε F and G and transfer to elevation. h. Project up points H J Κ L and Μ Ν 0 Ρ from plan to elevation and draw in horizontal prism lightly. 5· Mark off Q and R from end view and transfer to elevation. 6. Project up points S Τ U and V to elevation and draw intersecting lines. 7· Line in and complete as shown. SOLUTION NO. 20 PROBLEM NO. 21 C\J Ζ lTr"Dia. 2k" Dia. The figure shows a truncated cone with a portion removed.

NOTE:- Points on the line number k are drawn on a radius equivalent to distance "x" in the elevation). SOLUTION NO. Ik PROBLEM NO, 15 IL •ill! -i-P An oblique cone is shown in the figure. Draw the development of the surface. SOLUTION NO. 15 1. Draw the elevation as given. 2. Project down a 2" dia. circle to the plan, divide into say 12 equal parts and number 1 to 7 as shown. Project perpendiculars from these points to the base of the cone in elevation and thence connect to the apex. 3. Drop a perpendicular from the apex in the elevation, to the plan horizontal centre line, and mark 0" in each view.

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