Civil engineer objective questions – Drawing Techniques (Section-7)

126. The purpose of sectional view is to show the 

a) surface of the object                b) internal of the object

c) shape of the object                               d) none of the above

127. The drawing prepared by a pencil and without use of drawing instrument is called 

a) isometric drawing                                 b) orthographic projection 

c) cadastral                                      d) free hand sketching

128. The view actually appears to the observer when viewed from a fixed position is called

a) isometric drawing                                b) orthographic projection 

c) perspective drawing                 d) none of the above

129. The point in space where parallel lines meet is called 

a) station point                                          b) vanishing point

c) origin                                                         d) all of the above

130. Free hand sketching can be done only when, one has

a) proper proficiency                                b) good practice 

c) proper patience                         d) all of the above

131. Sketching is usually done: 

a) with French curves                              b) free hand

c) with drafting machine              d) with protractor

132. One method of preparing perspective of an object is

a) lattice method                            b) vanishing point method 

c) evolution method                                 d) equilibrium method

133. The proportion by which the actual size of an object is

enlarged or reduced in drawing is simply known as

a) multiplication factor                 b) scale

c) reflection factor                         d) none of the above

134. “Title Block” is placed at bottom right hand corner of the drawing which gives information about 

a) title of drawing                          b) scale of the drawing

c) serial no of drawing                              d) all of the above

135. The locus of centre of curvature is known as

a) space                                                         b) evolute

c) point                                                          d) centre

136. In engineering drawing, auxiliary views are used to show details of

a) incline surface                            b) horizontal surface

c) vertical surface                           d) none of the above

137. In the first angle projection the object is assumed to be placed in

a) fourth quadrant                                    b) third quadrant 

c) second quadrant                                  d) first quadrant

138. First angle projection method and third angle projection method are used in:

a) axonometric views                                b) isometric views

c) orthographic views                               d) none of the above

139. “Perspective Drawing” is an approximate representation on a flat surface of an image…….

a) as it is perceived by the eye    b) as it is drawn on computer 

c) of a free hand drawing                        d) as it is felt by the hands

140. Which of the following is not intended while making a ‘sketch’ in the context of technical drawings? 

a) a fished product                                    b) free hand sketching

c) a preliminary product             

d) a quick way to record an idea for work

141. One of the characteristics features of a perspective drawing is

that objects are drawn: 

a) smaller as their distance from the observer increases

b) same size irrespective of distance 

c) larger as their distance from the observer increases

d) none of the above

142. The principal of oblique view drawing is to keep:

a) width axes at 90°

b) width and height axes at 90° 

c) width, height and depth axes at 90° d) all of the above

143. In Engineering Drawing, French Curves mean :

a) the shape of an hourglass 

b) drafting tools used to draw non-linear figures

c) drafting tools used to draw oblong figures

d) helical designs patented in France 

144. The maps which are on sufficient large scale to enable the individual features shown on the map to be identified on the ground by their shape and position are called:

a) topographical maps                  b) geographical maps 

c) geological maps                         d) site plan

145. The letter ‘H’ lebelled in a Drawing Pencil indicates –

a) relative hardness                                   b) thickness of line 

c) both of above                             d) none of the above

146. The line connecting a view to note is called:

a) leader                                                       b) cross line 

c) outline                                                      d) dimension line

147. In isometric view a circle is seen as : 

a) a parabola                                               b) a hyperbola

c) a cone                                                       d) an ellipse 

148. In orthographic projection, the projection’s are always to the plane of projection.

a) perpendicular                             b) parallel

c) 60°                                                 d) 30°

149. In standard A series drawing sheet, the ratio of length of shorter side to longer side

a) 1:2                                                 b) 3:4

c) 1:√2                                                           d) 13:2

150. Which of the following theories of mathematics is used by a CAD (computer Aided Design) software in creating a perspective design?

a) descriptive geometry               b) linear algebra

c) Bernoulli’s theorem                              d) vector analysis

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