# For Problems 16.1 through 16.19, draw the top, the front, and the right-side orthographic views of the objects shown. Indicate when an object needs only one or two views to be fully described. 16.1

### Engineering Fundamentals: An Intro...

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Saeed Moaveni
Publisher: Cengage Learning
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### Engineering Fundamentals: An Intro...

5th Edition
Saeed Moaveni
Publisher: Cengage Learning
ISBN: 9781305084766

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## For Problems 16.1 through 16.19, draw the top, the front, and the right-side orthographic views of the objects shown. Indicate when an object needs only one or two views to be fully described.16.1

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Draw the top, the front and the right side orthogonal views of the given object and indicate when an object needs only one or two views.

The top, front and right-side orthogonal view of the given object has been drawn and object which needs one or two views are investigated.

### Explanation of Solution

Calculation:

Sketch the given figure as follows,

When the observer observes the object from the front side, the view captured on the front plane is represented below Figure 2.

When the observer observes the object from the top side, the view captured on the top plane is represented below in Figure 3.

When the observer observers the object from the right side, the view captured on the right side plane is represented below in Figure 4.

Refer to Figure 4, the dashed lines are indicates the intersection of two planes that are not visible from the direction of the observer.

Here, the given object is complex geometry. Hence, it requires at least three plane of projected views namely front, top and side views for the full description of object.

Conclusion:

Hence, the top, front and right-side orthogonal views of the given object have been drawn and object which needs one or two views are investigated.

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