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Engineering Solved free exercises papers about right angle projections, (cross) section views

  1. Dec 1, 2016 #1
    I am looking for free solved exercises about: right angle projections, (cross) section views
    Here are some pictures of my book so you can understand what I am looking for
    http://1.1m.yt/3cNNDl-.jpg
    http://1.1m.yt/FekMn6x.jpg
    http://1.1m.yt/1t3KEer.jpg
    http://1.1m.yt/urA5V2_.jpg
    http://1.1m.yt/Cn0hPh0.jpg
    http://1.1m.yt/Nh5bfO.jpg
    http://1.1m.yt/ovxC1F.jpg
    Especially about this last one link I am looking for that type of section at the lower part. I don't understand it and I don't know what is its name in English
     
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  3. Dec 2, 2016 #2
    This is a really narrow request. It might be best to contact the author or publisher of the text your scanned images came from.
     
  4. Dec 2, 2016 #3

    billy_joule

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    The one similar to this?

    https://goo.gl/images/RZQsdu

    I would call it an exploded section.
    Searching google for 'technical drawing exercises' might lead to section view exercises. Alternatively, searching your local library for 'technical drawing' or 'drafting' should find some relevant books.
     
  5. Dec 3, 2016 #4
    I will translate it: a slope/ slant cross section not horizontal, not vertical, not lateral. Could you find some other examples for this?
     
  6. Dec 3, 2016 #5

    billy_joule

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    You're referring to the bottom drawing in the link right?
    http://1.1m.yt/ovxC1F.jpg
    The isometric view which is exploded about the vertical section plane Z-Z?
    I just googled 'exploded section' to find the example I linked, there may be a more correct/descriptive name.
    Did you try google or a library?
     
  7. Dec 5, 2016 #6
    This link http://1.1m.yt/Nh5bfO.jpg
    The drawing in the end. It is a cross section not horizontal, not vertical, not lateral
     
  8. Dec 7, 2016 #7

    billy_joule

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    Ok, not the last link then.
    I don't think you'll find specific examples for that sort of section.
    With practice, it will become obvious which orientation the cut line should have to show the required information clearly.
    e.g. for a flanged pipe elbow such as the one in your link, it should be obvious the cut line should be parallel to the flange for the section view to clearly show the relevant flange dimensions without distortion. So if we were to show a section view of the lower flange in your link the cut line would be horizontal.
     
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