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GANDHI INSTITUTE FOR TECHNOLOGICAL ADVANCEMENT,BBSRCLASS TEST-II,3
rd
sem, MechanicalSUB-Mechanics oSolidsTIME -1HR FM-10Answer any three including question no1Q1Answer all the following questions .5×6
a)Define spring rate (stiffness).b)What do you understand by the term wire winding of thin cylinder?c)What is the difference between closed coil and open coil springd)Why hollow circular shafts are preferred when compared to solid circularshafts?
e)
What is torsional rigidity?f)What is the relation between various stresses in thin cylinder withproof?Q 2. Determine the dimensions of a hollow shaft with a diameter ratio of 2:3which is totransmit 50 kW at 150 RPM. The maximum shear stress in the shaft is limitedto 60 MN/m
2
and the angle of twist to 3.8
0
in a length of 4 m. For the shaftmaterial G = 80 GN/m
2
.Q3.A helical spring,in which the mean diameter of the coils is 8 times the wirediameter, is to be designed to absorb 200n-m of energy with extension of 10cm.the maximum shear stress is not to exceed 125 Mpa. Determine the meandiameter of the helix, diameter of wire and the number of turns, Also find theload with which an extension of 4 cm could be produced in thespring’s=84Gpa.QNo.4 A thin cylinder having internal diameter of 20cm and wall thickness 1cm is required to with stand an internal pressure of 5 Mpa.it Is strengthen witha single layer of 2mm diameter wire closely wound over it. find the initialtensile stress in the wire if the stress in cylinder is not to exceed 50 Mpa.Alsofind stress in the wire . For wire E
w
=200GPa .for cylinder E
c
=100GPa andpoison’s ratio=0.3
 
GANDHI INSTITUTE FOR TECHNOLOGICAL ADVANCEMENT,BBSCLASS TEST-II3
rd
sem, ME FM-20SUB-Mechanics of Solids(Repeat) TIME -1HR (Answer any three including question no1.)Q1Answer all the following questions ( 1×6)
a)
Define Tempering.
b)
Differentiate between Martempering & Austempering?c)What is the difference between two types of Eutectic diagram?
d)
What is congruent metal alloy?
e)
What do u mean by dual nature of bainite?
f)
What is TTT daigram?Q 2. Determine the dimensions of a hollow shaft with a diameter ratio of 2:3 which is totransmit 50 kW at 150 RPM. The maximum shear stress in the shaft is limited to 60 MN/m
2
andthe angle of twist to 3.8
0
in a length of 4 m. For the shaft material G = 80 GN/m
2
.Q3.A helical spring,in which the mean diameter of the coils is 8 times the wire diameter, is to bedesigned to absorb 200n-m of energy with extension of 10 cm.the maximum shear stress is not toexceed 125 Mpa. Determine the mean diameter of the helix, diameter of wire and the number of turns, Also find the load with which an extension of 4 cm could be produced in thespring’s=84Gpa.QNo.4 A thin cylinder having internal diameter of 20cm and wall thickness 1 cm is required towith stand an internal pressure of 5 Mpa.it Is strengthen with a single layer of 2mm diameter wireclosely wound over it. find the initial tensile stress in the wire if the stress in cylinder is not toexceed 50 Mpa.Also find stress in the wire . For wire E
w
=200GPa .for cylinder E
c
=100GPa and poison’s ratio=0.3
 
GANDHI INSTITUTE FOR TECHNOLOGICAL ADVANCEMENT,BBSRCLASS TEST-II,5
th
sem,MechanicalSUB-MSTTIME -1HR FM-10Answer any three including question no1Q1Answer all the following questions .5×6
a)Index 30 segments by simple Indexing.b)Write the function of feed rod?c)How milling is differs than shaping?d)Why jet machining is so named/e)How broaching is differs than drilling?
f)
Explain the machining process by which fragile material can bemachine .QN 2.explain the machining operation in lathe with neat diagram.QNo3.Describe the milling operation with application.Index 251 divisions

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