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Engineering Drawing, 2nd Edition by B. C. Rana, M. B. Shah

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10

Intersection of Surfaces

OBJECTIVES

After reading this chapter, you will be able to

  • Draw the curve of interpenetration— the line along which the surface of a solid penetrates another solid—when either a prism, a pyramid, a cone, a sphere, or a cylinder is completely penetrated by a prism or a cylinder

  • Draw the curve of intersection of two surfaces—the line along which the surface of a solid will meet the surface of another solid

10.1 INTRODUCTION

When the surface of one solid meets that of another, the line(s) along which the two surfaces meet each other is known as the curve(s) of intersection of the surfaces of the two solids. Similarly, if a hole is cut in a solid the line along which the surface of the hole meets that of the solid ...

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