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# SECTIONAL SECTIONAL

ORTHOGRAPHIC
PROJECTIONS PROJECTIONS
Why sectional Orthographic projections are used?
I. To understand inner details of complex object:
When the object is complex from inside there When the object is complex from inside, there
will be many hidden lines in the projections and it
will be difficult to understand the orthographic will be difficult to understand the orthographic
projections. Therefore, to understand the
details of the complex object sectional details of the complex object, sectional
orthographic Projections are used.
II To understand the materials of object : II. To understand the materials of object :
If object is made of two or more materials, then it
can be understood clearly by sectional can be understood clearly by sectional
orthographic projections.
Orthographic projections of complex Orthographic projections of complex
objects are drawn after imagining it as an
object cut by an imaginary cutting plane/planes
parallel to principal planes passing through the
details of the object details of the object.
An imaginary plane by which the object is cut
is known as cutting plane or section plane.
P ti f th bj t b t tti l Portion of the object between cutting plane
and observer is imagined to be removed and g
then the object is viewed by the observer and
projection is drawn.
P j ti f t bj t i k Projection of cut object is known as
sectional view or sectional projection. p j
Generally hidden lines are not drawn in
sectional view.
In sectional views, the Shape of the section,
visible edges and contours of object behind visible edges and contours of object behind
the section plane are drawn.
When one view is drawn sectional, other views
are drawn as if the object is not cut and the
object exists as a whole object exists as a whole.
It means other views are not affected by
taking section in one view, but Cutting plane
line is shown in non sectioned view to locate the line is shown in non sectioned view to locate the
section plane and arrows are drawn to show the
direction of sight.
Cutting plane line
Cutting plane line is also known as line of
section or trace of the cutting plane.
The portion of the object cut by cutting plane and
touching the cutting plane is shown by
drawing hatching or section lines in them.
Hatching or section lines are drawn thinner than Hatching or section lines are drawn thinner than
object lines.
Normally hatching or section lines are drawn
at 45.
Hatching lines are evenly spaced at about Hatching lines are evenly spaced at about
2 to 3 mm apart.
H t hi
observer
Cutting plane or
section plane
Parallel to H.P
Hatching
Parallel to H.P.
Sectional TV Sectional T.V.
X
Portion between observer and plane (Upper half portion)
i i i d t b d
F.V.
is imagined to be removed.
Sectioned portion will be as shown in fig.
Back
True shape of sectioned portion will be
seen in T.V
Various cutting planes or section planes
Cutting plane Parallel to Principal vertical
plane.
C tti l P ll l t P i i l h i t l Cutting plane Parallel to Principal horizontal
plane. plane.
Cutting plane Parallel to profile plane.
Cutting plane Parallel to Principal vertical plane Cutting plane Parallel to Principal vertical plane
Wh bj t i t b l ll l t When an object is cut by a plane parallel to
Principal vertical plane then: p p
The real or true shape of the section is observed
in F.V.
Section plane ill be seen as a c tting plane line Section plane will be seen as a cutting plane line
in T.V.
Cutting plane line
T.V.
Sectional F.V.
Object
observer
back
Sectioned object
Vertical cutting
plane
Sectional F.V.
Observer
T.V.
observer
Sectioned object
observer
Back
C tti l P ll l t P i i l h i t l l Cutting plane Parallel to Principal horizontal plane
When an object is cut by a plane parallel to Principal j y p p p
horizontal plane then:
The real or true shape of the section is observed
i TV in T.V.
Section plane will be seen as a cutting plane line p g p
in F.V.
observer
Cutting plane
line
Horizontal cutting
plane
F.V. F.V.
Sectional T.V.
Sectioned object
C tti l P ll l t fil l Cutting plane Parallel to profile plane
When an object is cut by a plane parallel to profile j y p p p
plane then:
The real or true shape of the section is observed
i id i in side view.
Section plane will be seen as a cutting plane line p g p
in T.V.
A
A
Sectioned object
X
Cutting plane line
Sectional R.H.S.V
F.V.
A
T.V.
X
A
Sectioned
object
Sectioning rule for machine elements like : Sectioning rule for machine elements like :
Ribs rivets webs shafts pins nuts bolts Ribs, rivets, webs, shafts, pins, nuts, bolts,
washers, keys and cotter.
Whenever, the cutting plane is passing through
above machine elements and if cutting plane
contains the axis of above machine elements,
then they are not sectioned. then they are not sectioned.
However, when the cutting plane is cutting,
Elements perpendicular to the axis of the
Above Machine elements, section is taken
and in the projection hatching lines are drawn.
If tti l d t i l d i th If cutting plane does not include axis then
These elements are hatched These elements are hatched.
Sectioning of Rivets
CORRECT WRONG
30 DEEP
F.V.
X
T.V. T.V.
30 DEEP
Sectional F.V.
X
T.V.
F.V.
A
C
R=MO
T
C
C
C
M
O
R
C
M
P
A
F.V.
X
A
Sectional T.V.
O
R=MO
C
C
M
O
R
Rib
M
Rib
F.V.
Sectional L.H.S.V.
A
C
C
X
A
RULES OF HATCHING:
1) A f t l t i l t b ti 1) Area of a metal or a material, cut by a section
plane is shown by hatching lines in projection. plane is shown by hatching lines in projection.
It is executed by thin lines normally at an angle of
45 to the axis or to the main outlines of the
ti l sectional area.
(2) If the axis of the boundary of section is at 45then (2) If the axis of the boundary of section is at 45 then
the vertical or horizontal hatching lines are drawn.
Axis at 45
Axis at 45
(3) Separate area of a section of a single (3) Separate area of a section of a single
component are hatched in the same
manner manner. CLICK FOR EXAMPLE
(4) Hatching lines on a second part,
adjacent to the first are at an angle of 45 adjacent to the first are at an angle of 45
but in the opposite direction. Hatching
li thi d t dj t t fi t t lines on a third part adjacent to first two
are drawn at an angle of 30 or 60.
Sometimes spacing or pitch of the
hatching lines is varied to separate it from g p
the adjacent parts.
Hatching more than two adjacent components g j p
C
hatched
45
at 60
B
45
A
hatched
(2)
D 45
at 30
on D
(2)
D 45
on D
(5) If hatching is required on a large section (5) If hatching is required on a large section
area, it is avoided. It is limited to a zone
following the contour of the sectioned area
required to be hatched.
Large area
(6) If hatching is required on a very thin section (6) If hatching is required on a very thin section
area, it is avoided. Complete section is shown
entirely black. Thin space is left between
adjacent section of the same type.
(7) As far as possible avoid dimensioning inside ( ) p g
hatched area, but, if not possible, hatching
lines may be interrupted for the dimensioning.
(8) Hatched area can never have dashed or
dotted boundary. dotted boundary.
Figure shows isometric view of a g
machine component. Draw its
(1)Front view, Top view & L.H.S
1
5
(1)Front view, Top view & L.H.S
View, using 3
rd
angle method
of projections.
5
0
(2) Sectional Front view, Top
view & L.H.S.V., using 3
rd
5
, g
angle method of projections.
1
5
10
6
0
4
0
3
0
5
2
5
30
1 2
5
50 50
Top View
5
0
1
5
Front View L.H.S.View
B
It will be nearer to V.P.
R i d li f h
It will be nearer to V.P.
in 1
st
angle method &
against the vertical
A
Retained split of the
machine parts
plane in 3
rd
angle
method.
10
30
6
0
4
0
3
0
1
5
2
5
30
5
A
50 50
Top View
AA
Sectional Front View -AB
L.H.S. View
B
Figure shows the pictorial
viewof a machine component.
D i f ll i i
AA
Draw its following views as
per First angle method of
projections
6
0
6
0
projections
(1) Front viewfromX direction.
(2) Sectional top view-AA
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AA
(2) Sectional top view-AA
(3) L.H.S. View
2
0
2
0
00
2
0
2
0
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Sketch shows the assumed cut model (retained part of
the machine component / split against the observer) due
to horizontal section plane passing throughAB.
00
2
0
2
0
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30, 7deep
20 20
00
AA
6
0
6
0
2
0
2
0
AA
AA
AA AA
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2
0
2
0
120 120
F.V. F.V.
L.H.S.V. L.H.S.V.
2
8
2
8
1
4
1
4
AA
Sectional T.V. Sectional T.V.- -AA AA
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30 30
B
Figure shows the pictorial view
of a machine components.
Draw its following views,
using 3
rd
angle method of
projections projections.
(1) Front view from arrow X
6
0
6
0
(2) Top View
(3) Sectional R H S V - AB (3) Sectional R.H.S.V - AB
2
0
2
0
22
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A
Retained split, will be
nearer to VP in 1
st
B
nearer to V.P. in 1
st
angle method &
against the vertical g
plane in 3
rd
angle
method.
No hatching in
this area as not
contained in the contained in the
section plane
R i d li f h
A
Retained split of the
machine parts
AA
B
B
B
60 60
9
0
9
0
A
20 20 20 20
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4
0
4
0
TV
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A
44
AA
T.V.
8
0
8
0
S C
2
0
2
0
AA
F.V.
Full SEC.
R.H.S.V
PROBLEM
Sketch, shows isometric view of a machine part.
Drawits Draw its
(1) Full Sectional F.V. (sectional F.V.)
(2) T.V.
(3) R.H.S.V.
U thi d l th d f th hi Use third angle method of orthographic
projection. Dimension the view as per the p j p
alignsystem.
R30
A
Given Given
Isometric Isometric
R30
Isometric Isometric
view view
R20
B
L=100, D=100 & H= 100 L=100, D=100 & H= 100
A
R20
BB AA
30
AA
TOP VIEW TOP VIEW
60
B
12
60
4
5
1
0
0
12
R.H.S. VIEW R.H.S. VIEW
100
BB
SEC. FRONT VIEW SEC. FRONT VIEW
PROBLEM - 1
The following figure shows the
isometric viewof a machine component isometric viewof a machine component
Draw its
1)F ll ti l F t i 1)Full sectional Front view (sectional F.V.)
2)Top view
3)L.H.S view
Use First angle method of projections and
di i i i li d t l dimensioning using aligned system only
R 25 R 25
25 ,10 deep
R 25
10
25
10
5
5
2
5
60
1
0
1
0
20 60
SECTIONAL FRONT VIEW -AB
L.H.S. VIEW -AB
25
10
7
0
25
45
4
5
10
1
2
.
5
TOP VIEW
R 25
10
25
10
5
5
2
5
60
1
0
1
0
1
FRONT VIEW
L.H.S. VIEW
20 60
7
0
25
45
4
5
10
1
2
.
5
TOP VIEW
Aim Aim: :--Sketch Sketch- -1 1, , shows shows Isometric Isometric View View of of a a
machine machine part part.. Draw Draw its its following following
orthographic orthographic views views using using third third angle angle
SOLUTION` SOLUTION`
g p g p gg gg
method method of of projections, projections, giving giving dimensions dimensions..
(1) Sectional F.V. (1) Sectional F.V.--AA AA
(2) TV (2) TV (2) T.V. (2) T.V.
(3) L.H.S.V (3) L.H.S.V
AA
TOPVIEW TOPVIEW
R35 R35
AA
AA
30 30
AA
88
AA
TOP VIEW TOP VIEW
20 20
20 20
36 36

36 36
00
2 HOLES, 14 2 HOLES, 14
6
5
6
5
4
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4
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1
0
0
1
0
0
AA
1
4
1
4
AA
AA
LEFT HAND SIDE VIEW LEFT HAND SIDE VIEW SECTIONAL FRONT VIEW AA SECTIONAL FRONT VIEW AA
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Sketch Sketch- -1 1
SOLUTION` SOLUTION`
Aim: Aim:- -Sketch Sketch- -1, shows Isometric View of a 1, shows Isometric View of a
machine part. Draw its following machine part. Draw its following
th hi i i thi d l th hi i i thi d l orthographic views using third angle orthographic views using third angle
method of projections, giving dimensions. method of projections, giving dimensions.
(1) Sectional F.V. (1) Sectional F.V.--AA AA
(2) T.V. (2) T.V.
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AA
AA
R35 R35
( ) ( )
(3) L.H.S.V (3) L.H.S.V
30 30
AA
TOP VIEW TOP VIEW
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88
20 20
R35 R35
AA
14 14
88
20 20
36 36
36 36
1
0
0
1
0
0
2 HOLES, 14 2 HOLES, 14
AA
LEFT HAND SIDE VIEW LEFT HAND SIDE VIEW SECTIONAL FRONT VIEW AA SECTIONAL FRONT VIEW AA
SYMBOL OF PROJECTION METHOD, NOT SHOWN SYMBOL OF PROJECTION METHOD, NOT SHOWN
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AA
Types of sectional view
(1) Full sectional View ( )
(2) Half sectional View .
(1) Full section:
The sectional view obtained after removing one The sectional view obtained after removing one
half portion of the object through its centre line p j g
by an imaginary cutting plane is known as full
sectional view.
If it happens to be elevation (front view), If it happens to be elevation (front view),
it is known as Full sectional elevation or
Full sectional front view. Normally the word
f ll i itt d full is omitted.
If it happens to be plan (top view), it is known If it happens to be plan (top view), it is known
as full Sectional plan or full sectional top view.
Similarly there can be full sectional side view.
N ll th d f ll i itt d Normally the word full is omitted.
Important points:
hidden lines should not be drawn in sectional
view view
Visible lines behind the cutting plane should be Visible lines behind the cutting plane should be
shown.
The portions which are actually cut by cutting
l h ld b h t h d plane should be hatched.
The position of the cutting plane should be
shown by using cutting plane line.
SPECIAL
SECTIONS SECTIONS
HALF SECTION HALF SECTION
HALF SECTIONAL F.V.-AB
HALF SECTIONAL
LEFT S V BC LEFT S.V.-BC
BB
A
C
TOP VIEW
(2) Half sectional view: (2) Half sectional view:
When the object is symmetrical about its centre j y
line, from outside as well as from inside, half
sectional view is preferred.
The main usefulness of the half section is in
assembly drawing where it is often required to assembly drawing where it is often required to
show both internal and external construction of
the object on the same view.
i) Half sectional front view :
The sectional view obtained after removing
th f t t ti f th bj t b t the front quarter portion of the object by two
imaginary cutting planes at right angles to g y g p g g
each other is known as half sectional
elevation or half sectional front view.
The half sectional front view may be left or
right depending upon the left or right front right depending upon the left or right front
quarter portion of the object is removed.
ii) Half sectional top view:
sectional top view. The sectional view
bt i d ft i th t t ti obtained after removing the top quarter portion
of the object by two imaginary cutting planes at of the object by two imaginary cutting planes at
right angles to each other is known as half
sectional plan or half
Th h lf ti l t i b l ft i ht The half sectional top view may be left or right
depending upon the left or right top quarter depending upon the left or right top quarter
portion of the object is removed.
Similarly there can be half sectional side view.
OFFSET OFFSET
S C O SECTION
OFFSET SECTION: The path of the cutting plane
is bent to pass through features not located in a is bent to pass through features not located in a
straight line, i.e. it is offset to pass through both
principle features of the object Example is shown principle features of the object. Example is shown
below.
Section lines are
to be staggered R to be staggered
as shown at R
R
B
B
SPECIAL SECTIONS SPECIAL SECTIONS
REMOVED &
REVOLVED SECTIONS
REVOLVED
SECTION SECTION
REMOVED SECTION
REVOLVED
REVOLVED
REVOLVED
SECTION
REVOLVED
SECTION
REMOVEDSECTION
REVOLVED SECTION
REMOVED SECTION
REMOVED SECTIONS
Partial (broken local Partial (broken, local
or Zonal) Section or Zonal) Section.
Partial (broken, local or Zonal) Section.
This is used to show only a desired features of the
bj t N tti l li d object . No cutting plane lines are necessary, and
it shown by wavy line
Tap- bolt fastener
Partial (broken,
local or Zonal)
pulley
local or Zonal)
Section.
shaft
Shaft and pulley partly broken
out to show internal fasteningg
SPECIAL SECTION
Cross hatching of adjacent parts
Part 1
Part 2
Part 3
SPECIAL SECTION
Hatching more than two adjacent components
at (2)
Part C
P B
(hatched
45
Part B
(
at 60 )
45
Part A
hatched
Part D 45
at 30
on D
Part D 45
o
A B
F.V.
SEC.T.V.
Two vertical plates ,fastened by a horizontal
rivet is shown in its F.V. &T.V., cut by horizontal
section plane. Note: the rivet is shown in section in
T.V.
Aim Aim: :--Sketch Sketch- -1 1, , shows shows Isometric Isometric View View of of a a
machine machine part part.. Draw Draw its its following following
orthographic orthographic views views using using third third angle angle
SOLUTION` SOLUTION`
g p g p gg gg
method method of of projections, projections, giving giving dimensions dimensions..
(1) Sectional F.V. (1) Sectional F.V.--AA AA
(2) TV (2) TV (2) T.V. (2) T.V.
(3) L.H.S.V (3) L.H.S.V
AA
TOPVIEW TOPVIEW
R35 R35
AA
AA
30 30
AA
88
AA
TOP VIEW TOP VIEW
20 20
20 20
36 36

36 36
00
2 HOLES, 14 2 HOLES, 14
6
5
6
5
4
`
4
`
1
0
0
1
0
0
AA
1
4
1
4
AA
AA
LEFT HAND SIDE VIEW LEFT HAND SIDE VIEW SECTIONAL FRONT VIEW AA SECTIONAL FRONT VIEW AA
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Sketch Sketch- -1 1
SOLUTION` SOLUTION`
Aim: Aim:- -Sketch Sketch- -1, shows Isometric View of a 1, shows Isometric View of a
machine part. Draw its following machine part. Draw its following
th hi i i thi d l th hi i i thi d l orthographic views using third angle orthographic views using third angle
method of projections, giving dimensions. method of projections, giving dimensions.
(1) Sectional F.V. (1) Sectional F.V.--AA AA
(2) T.V. (2) T.V.
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AA
AA
R35 R35
( ) ( )
(3) L.H.S.V (3) L.H.S.V
30 30
AA
TOP VIEW TOP VIEW
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88
20 20
R35 R35
AA
14 14
88
20 20
36 36
36 36
1
0
0
1
0
0
2 HOLES, 14 2 HOLES, 14
AA
LEFT HAND SIDE VIEW LEFT HAND SIDE VIEW SECTIONAL FRONT VIEW AA SECTIONAL FRONT VIEW AA
SYMBOL OF PROJECTION METHOD, NOT SHOWN SYMBOL OF PROJECTION METHOD, NOT SHOWN
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AA
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B
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A
BB
A
Aim Aim: :--Sketch Sketch- -1 1, , shows shows Isometric Isometric View View of of a a
machine machine part part.. Draw Draw its its following following
orthographic orthographic views views using using third third angle angle
SOLUTION` SOLUTION`
g p g p gg gg
method method of of projections, projections, giving giving dimensions dimensions..
(1) Sectional F.V. (1) Sectional F.V.--AA AA
(2) TV (2) TV (2) T.V. (2) T.V.
(3) L.H.S.V (3) L.H.S.V
AA
TOPVIEW TOPVIEW
R35 R35
AA
AA
30 30
AA
88
AA
TOP VIEW TOP VIEW
20 20
20 20
36 36

36 36
00
2 HOLES, 14 2 HOLES, 14
6
5
6
5
4
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4
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1
0
0
1
0
0
AA
1
4
1
4
AA
AA
LEFT HAND SIDE VIEW LEFT HAND SIDE VIEW SECTIONAL FRONT VIEW AA SECTIONAL FRONT VIEW AA
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Sketch Sketch- -1 1