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MEE2001 Machine Drawing Digital Assignments-1

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1. Differentiate between machine drawing and production drawing.( two lines only)

2. What is a machine shop drawing and how is it different from machine drawing?(4
lines)

3. Explain the following notes:


(a) 4 HOLES, EQUI-SP 12 C BORE 15 DEEP 8
(b) U/C WIDE 6 DEEP 3
(c) 6 REAM FOR TAPER PIN 6 × 50

4. Define the following terms with respect to screw threads: (a) pitch (b) pitch diameter,
(c) major diameter, (d) Minor diameter, (e) lead, (f) crest, (g) root and (h) thread
angle.

5. Free hand sketch the conventional representation of the following:


(a) External threads,
(b) internal threads,
(c) thread in section
(d) assembled threads in section.
(e) splined shaft,
(f) bearing,
(g) square on shaft,
(h) compression spring,
(i) tension spring,
(j) spur gear and
(k) helical gear.

6. With examples, show the method of indicating surface roughness on the following
components :
(a) Symmetrical surfaces requiring the same quality,
(b) Cylindrical part, and (c) same surface quality all over.

7. What are the roughness values that can be normally obtained by (a) fine turning (b)
machine reaming (c) milling (d) precision grinding (e)chrome plating.
8. Show how the roughness is indicated on the component for the following situations,
(a) Surface to be obtained by any production method
(b) Surface to be obtained by without removal of material
(c) Surface to be coated, and
(d) Surface to be given a machining allowance.
9. Define the terms: (a) basic size, (b) limits, (c) allowance, (d) tolerance and (e)
deviation
10. What is fundamental tolerance and how tolerance is denoted?
11. Differentiate between hole basis system and shaft basis system.
12. Explain the term tolerance zone with reference to the tolerance of form and position.
13. Define the following terms:
(a) datum, (b) datum feature, (c) datum triangle and (d) datum letter.
14. Calculate the maximum and minimum limits for both the shaft and hole in the
following; using
the tables for tolerances and name the type of fit obtained:
(a) 45H8/d7 (b) 180H7/n6
15. The dimensions of a shaft and a hole are given below:
Shaft, Basic size = 60mm and given as 60 – 0.020
Hole, Basic size = 60mm and given as 60 – 0.005
Find out:
(a) Tolerance of shaft (b) Tolerance of hole (c) Maximum allowance
(d) Minimum allowance (e) Type of fit
16. The axis of the whole component is required to be contained in a cylindrical zone of
0.04 mm diameter.
Show on the diagram.

17. The top surface has to be parallel to the hole, within a tolerance of 0.08 mm. show on
the diagram.
18. Explain the meaning of all the geometrical tolerances shown in Figures a, b and c.
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19. A journal bearing consists of a bronze bush of diameter 100 mm fitted into a housing and a steel
shaft of 50 mm diameter, running in the bush, with oil as lubricant. Consider the nature of fit for
the bush and housing as H7/p6 and for the shaft and bush as H7/f7. (50 mm and 100 mm lies in the
basic step 30 to 50 mm and 80 to 120 mm respectively. Use Table 1 and Table 2). (a) Determine
the working dimensions of bore of the housing, bush and shaft. (b) Calculate the maximum and
minimum interference or clearance. Use tables given the text book.