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Publisher:New Age International (P) Ltd.
Published In:2011
Binding Type:Paperback
Weight:1.74 lbs
Pages:pp. xxi + 451, Figures, Tables, Index, Annexure

The Title "Machine Drawing [First Angle Projection; As per the Latest BIS Standards; For Degree and AMIE] 3rd Edition, Reprint" is written by K.L. Narayana. This book was published in the year 2011. The ISBN number 8122419178|9788122419177 is assigned to the Paperback version of this title. The book displayed here is a 3rd Edition, Reprint edition. This book has total of pp. xxi + 451 (Pages). The publisher of this title is New Age International (P) Ltd.. We have about 2477 other great books from this publisher. Machine Drawing [First Angle Projection; As per the Latest BIS Standards; For Degree and AMIE] 3rd Edition, Reprint is currently Available with us.

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About the Book

Written by three distinguished authors with ample academic and teaching experience, this textbook, meant for diploma and degree students of Mechanical Engineering as well as those preparing for AMIE examination, incorporates the latest standards. The new edition includes the features of assembly drawings, part drawings and computer-aided drawings to cater to the needs of students pursuing various courses. The text of the new edition has been thoroughly revised to include New Concepts and practices in the subject. It should prove an ideal textbook.

About the Author

Recipient of the Best Teacher Award from the Government of Andhra Pradesh, Dr. K.L. Narayana has to his credit forty years of teaching experience at the degree level. He has also worked as Dean and Principal of S.V.U. College of Engineering, Tirupati in South India.

Dr. P. Kannaiah, the author of twelve books in engineering and technology, has more than thirty-five years of teaching experience.

K. Venkata Reddy, the co-author of eight books, served as workshop superintendent in S.V.U. College of Engineering, Tirupati.


Preface to Third Edition
Preface to First Edition

1. Graphic Language :
i. General
ii. Importance of Graphic Language
iii. Need for Correct Drawings

2. Classification of Drawings :
i. Machine Drawing
ii. Production Drawing
iii. Part Drawing
iv. Assembly Drawing

1. Introduction
2. Drawing Sheet :
i. Sheet Sizes
ii. Designation of Sizes
iii. Title Block
iv. Borders and Frames
v. Centring Marks
vi. Metric Reference Graduation
vii. Grid Reference System (Zoning)
viii. Trimming Marks

3. Scales :
i. Designation
ii. Recommended Scales
iii. Scale Specification

4. Lines :
i. Thickness of Lines
ii. Order of Priority of Coinciding Lines
iii. Termination of Leader Lines

5. Lettering :
i. Dimensions

6. Sections :
i. Hatching of Sections
ii. Cutting Planes
iii. Revolved or Removed Section
iv. Half Section
v. Local Section
vi. Arrangement of Successive Sections

7. Conventional Representation :
i. Materials
ii. Machine Components

8. Dimensioning :
i. General Principles
ii. Method of Execution
iii. Termination and Origin Indication
iv. Methods of Indicating Dimensions
v. Arrangement of Dimensions
vi. Special Indications

9. Standard Abbreviations
10. Examples

1. Introduction
2. Principle of First Angle Projection
3. Methods of Obtaining Orthographic Views :
i. View from the Front
ii. View from Above
iii. View from the Side

4. Presentation of Views
5. Designation and Relative Positions of Views
6. Position of the Object :
i. Hidden Lines
ii. Curved Surfaces

7. Selection of Views :
i. One-view Drawings
ii. Two-view Drawings
iii. Three-view Drawings

8. Development of Missing Views :
i. To Construct the View from the Left, from the Two Given Views

9. Spacing the Views
10. Examples

1. Introduction
2. Full Section
3. Half Section
4. Auxiliary Sections
5. Examples

1. Introduction
2. Screw Thread Nomenclature
3. Forms of Threads :
i. Other Thread Profiles

4. Thread Series
5. Thread Designation
6. Multi-start Threads
7. Right Hand and Left Hand Threads :
i. Coupler-nut

8. Representation of Threads :
i. Representation of Threaded Parts in Assembly

9. Bolted Joint :
i. Methods of Drawing Hexagonal (Bolt Head) Nut
ii. Method of Drawing Square (Bolt Head) Nut
iii. Hexagonal and Square Headed Bolts
iv. Washers
v. Other Forms of Bolts
vi. Other Forms of Nuts
vii. Cap Screws and Machine Screws
viii. Set Screws

10. Locking Arrangements for Nuts :
i. Lock Nut
ii. Locking by Split Pin
iii. Locking by Castle Nut
iv. Wile's Lock Nut
v. Locking by Set Screw
vi. Grooved Nut
vii. Locking by Screw
viii. Locking by Plate
ix. Locking by Spring Washer

11. Foundation Bolts :
i. Eye Foundation Bolt
ii. Bent Foundation Bolt
iii. Rag Foundation Bolt
iv. Lewis Foundation Bolt
v. Cotter Foundation Bolt

1. Introduction
2. Keys :
i. Saddle Keys
ii. Sunk Keys

3. Cotter Joints :
i. Cotter Joint with Sleeve
ii. Cotter Joint with Socket and Spigot Ends
iii. Cotter Joint with a Gib

4. Pin Joints :
i. Knuckle Joint

1. Introduction
2. Rigid Couplings :
i. Sleeve or Muff Couplings
ii. Flanged Couplings

3. Flexible Couplings :
i. Bushed Pin Type Flanged Coupling
ii. Compression Coupling

4. Dis-engaging Couplings :
i. Claw Coupling
ii. Cone Coupling

5. Non-aligned Couplings :
i. Universal Coupling (Hooke's Joint)
ii. Oldham Coupling
iii. Cushion Coupling

1. Introduction
2. Joints for Steam Pipes :
i. Joints for Cast Iron Pipes
ii. Joints for Copper Pipes
iii. Joints for Wrought Iron and Steel Pipes

3. Joints for Hydraulic Pipes :
i. Socket and Spigot Joint
ii. Flanged Joint

4. Special Pipe Joints :
i. Union Joint
ii. Expansion Joint

5. Pipe Fittings :
i. GI Pipe Fittings
ii. CI Pipe Fittings
iii. PVC Pipes and Fittings

6. Pipe Layout

1. Introduction
2. Belt Driven Pulleys :
i. Flat Belt Pulleys
ii. V-belt Pulleys
iii. Rope Pulley

1. Introduction
2. Rivets and Riveting :
i. Rivet
ii. Riveting
iii. Caulking and Fullering

3. Rivet Heads
4. Definitions :
i. Pitch
ii. Margin
iii. Chain Riveting
iv. Zig-Zag Riveting
v. Row Pitch
vi. Diagonal Pitch

5. Classification of Riveted Joints :
i. Structural Joints
ii. Boiler Joints

1. Introduction
2. Welded Joints and Symbols :
i. Position of the Weld Symbols on the Drawings
ii. Conventional Signs
iii. Location of Welds
iv. Position of the Arrow Line
v. Position of the Reference Line
vi. Position of the Symbol

3. Dimensioning of Welds :
i. Dimensioning Fillet Welds

4. Edge Preparation of Welds
5. Surface Finish
6. Rules to be Observed while Applying Symbols
7. Welding Process Designations (Abbreviations)
8. Examples

1. Introduction
2. Sliding Contact Bearings :
i. Journal Bearings

3. Rolling Contact (Anti-friction) Bearings :
i. Radial Bearings
ii. Thrust Bearings

1. Introduction
2. Chain Drives
3. Roller Chains
4. Inverted Tooth or Silent Chains
5. Sprockets
6. Design of Roller Chain Drives
7. Gears
8. Types of Gears
9. Gear Nomenclature
10. Tooth Profiles :
i. Involute Tooth Profile
ii. Approximate Construction of Tooth Profiles

11. Gears and Gearing :
i. Spur Gear
ii. Spur Gearing
iii. Helical Gear
iv. Helical Gearing
v. Bevel Gear
vi. Bevel Gearing
vii. Worm and Worm Gear (Wheel)

1. Introduction
2. Presentation of Work Piece
3. Jig Components :
i. Jig Body
ii. Locating Devices
iii. Clamping Devices
iv. Bushings

4. Various Types of Jigs :
i. Channel-jig
ii. Box Jig

5. Fixture Components :
i. Fixture Base
ii. Clamps
iii. Set Blocks

6. Types of Fixtures :
i. Indexing Type Milling Fixture
ii. Turning Fixture
iii. Welding Fixture

1. Introduction
2. Limit System :
i. Tolerance
ii. Limits
iii. Deviation
iv. Actual Deviation
v. Upper Deviation
vi. Lower Deviation
vii. Allowance
viii. Basic Size
ix. Design Size
x. Actual Size

3. Tolerances :
i. Fundamental Tolerances
ii. Fundamental Deviations
iii. Method of Placing Limit Dimensions (Tolerancing Individual Dimensions)

4. Fits :
i. Clearance Fit
ii. Transition Fit
iii. Interference Fit

5. Tolerances of Form and Position :
i. Introduction
ii. Form Variation
iii. Position Variation
iv. Geometrical Tolerance
v. Tolerance Zone
vi. Definitions
vii. Indicating Geometrical Tolerances on the Drawing
viii. Indication of Feature Controlled
ix. Standards Followed in Industry

1. Introduction
2. Surface Roughness :
i. Actual Profile, Af
ii. Reference Profile, Rf
iii. Datum Profile, Df
iv. Mean Profile, Mf
v. Peak-to-valley Height, Rt
vi. Mean Roughness Index, Ra
vii. Surface Roughness Number

3. Machining Symbols
4. Indication of Surface Roughness :
i. Indication of Special Surface Roughness Characteristics
ii. Indication of Machining Allowance
iii. Indications of Surface Roughness Symbols on Drawings

1. Introduction
2. Examples :
i. Rear Tool Post
ii. Pump Housing
iii. Gear Box Cover
iv. Steam Stop Valve

3. Exercises :
i. Worm Gear Housing
ii. Connector
iii. Square Tool Post
iv. Milling Fixture

1. Introduction
2. Engine Parts :
i. Stuffing Box
ii. Steam Engine Crosshead
iii. Crosshead
iv. Steam Engine Connecting Rod End
v. Marine Engine Connecting Rod End
vi. Piston
vii. Radial Engine Sub-assembly
viii. Eccentric
ix. Rotary Gear Pump
x. Air Valve
xi. Fuel Injector
xii. Single Plate Clutch
xiii. Multiplate Friction Clutch

3. Machine Tool Parts and Accessories :
i. Single Tool Post
ii. Square Tool Post
iii. Clapper Block
iv. Shaper Tool Head Slide
v. Lathe Tail-stock
vi. Milling Machine Tail-stock
vii. Revolving Centre
viii. Floating Reamer Holder
ix. Machine Vice
x. Swivel Machine Vice
xi. Drill Jig
xii. Indexing Drill Jig
xiii. Self-centring Chuck
xiv. Four Jaw Chuck

4. Valves and Boiler Mountings :
i. Gate Valve
ii. Screw Down Stop Valve
iii. Non-return Valve (Light Duty)
iv. Non-return Valve
v. Air Cock
vi. Blow-off Cock
vii. Feed Check Valve
viii. Pressure Relief Valve
ix. Lever Safety Valve
x. Spring Loaded Relief Valve
xi. Ramsbottom Safety Valve

5. Miscellaneous Parts :
i. Socket and Spigot Joint
ii. Knuckle Joint
iii. Protected Flanged Coupling
iv. Bushed-pin Type Flanged Coupling
v. Oldham Coupling
vi. Universal Coupling
vii. Plummer Block
viii. Swivel Bearing
ix. Foot-step Bearing
x. C-clamp
xi. Crane Hook
xii. V-Belt Drive
xiii. Screw Jack
xiv. Pipe Vice
xv. Speed Reducer

1. Introduction
2. Engine Parts :
i. Petrol Engine Connecting Rod
ii. Marine Engine Connecting Rod End
iii. Steam Engine Connecting Rod End
iv. Spark Plug
v. Steam Engine Crosshead
vi. Automobile Gear Box
vii. Split-sheave Eccentric

3. Machine Tool Parts and Accessories :
i. Tool Post
ii. Lathe Slide Rest
iii. Lathe Speed Gear Box
iv. Milling Machine Tail Stock
v. Lathe Travelling Rest
vi. Self-centering Vice
vii. Milling Fixture
viii. Indexing Drill Jig
ix. Pierce and Blank Tool

4. Miscellaneous Parts :
i. Blow-off Cock
ii. Steam Stop Valve
iii. Ramsbottom Safety Valve
iv. Diaphragm Regulator
v. Angle Plummer Block
vi. Castor Wheel
vii. Speed Reducer

1. Introduction
2. Types of Production Drawings :
i. Detail or Part Drawings
ii. Working Assembly Drawings
iii. Detailed Drawings and Manufacturing Methods

3. Example :
i. Petrol Engine Connecting Rod

1. Introduction
2. Overview
3. Required Equipment :
i. Computer
ii. Terminal
iii. Keyboard
iv. Cathode Ray Tube (CRT)
v. Plotters
vi. Printers
vii. Digitizers
viii. Locators and Selectors

4. Display Technology :
i. Plotting the Drawings

5. Basics of Operating System
6. Starting Autocad :
i. Invoking AutoCAD Commands
ii. Interactive Techniques

7. Planning for a Drawing :
i. Co-ordinate System
ii. Basic Geometric Commands
iii. Drawing Entity-point
iv. Drawing Entity-line
v. Drawing Entity-ellipse
vi. Drawing Entity-polygon
vii. Drawing Entity-rectangle
viii. Drawing Entity-circle
ix. Drawing Entity-ARC

8. Object Selection :
i. Edit Commands
ii. Zoom Command
iii. Cross-hatching and Pattern Filling
iv. Utility Commands

9. Types of Modelling :
i. 2D Wire Frame
ii. 3D Wire Frame
iii. Surface Modelling
iv. Solid Modelling

10. View Point :
i. V-point Co-ordinates & View(s) Displayed

11. View Ports
12. Creation of 3D Primitives :
i. To Draw a Cylinder
ii. To Draw a Cone
iii. To Draw a Box

13. Creation of Composite Solids :
i. To Create Regions
ii. Solid Modelling
iii. Mass Property

14. Sectional View
15. Isometric Drawing :
i. Setting Isometric Grid and Snap

16. Basic Dimensioning :
i. Dimensioning Fundamentals
ii. Dimensioning Methods
iii. Linear Dimensions
iv. Continuing Linear Dimensions
v. Example for Dimensioning

17. Polyline (Pline)
18. Offset
19. Elevation and Thickness
20. Change Prop
21. Extrusion

Objective Questions