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13-05 Strength of Materials (MN & in)

13-05 Strength of Materials (MN & in)

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ID.No./Seat No.
 
MEHRAN UNIVERSITY OF ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY,JAMSHORO.
FIRST TERM SECOND YEAR (3
RD
TERM) B.E.(MINING) & B.E.(INDUSTRIALENGG: & MANAG.) REGULAR EXAMINATION 2008 OF 07-BATCH.
Date: 13-05-2008 Time Allowed: 03 Hours. Max:Marks-80.
 
 NOTE: ATTEMPT ANY
FIVE
QUESTIONS. ALL QUESTIONS CARRY EQUALMARKS. ASSUME YOUR OWN DATA WHERE NECESSARY.
Q.No.01 (a)
Define stress and strain. Explain Hook's law and derive a relation for the stressesin a bar of uniformly tapering section. 
(b)
A copper rod, circular in a cross-section, uniformly tapers from 85mm to 40mmin a length of 1.5m. Find the elongation of the rod, when it is subjected to atensile load of 65 KN. Take E=100KN/mm
2
.
02
Define Thermal Stresses and thermal stains.A brass bar having cross sectional area of 10 cm
2
is subjected to an axial force asshown in figure. Let E = 8 * 10
5
kg/cm
2
. Find the total elongation of the bar. 
A B C
5000 kg 8000 kg 1000 kg2000 kg 60 cm 100 cm 220 cm
03 (a)
Define Poison’s ratio. Differentiate between the bulk modulus and the shear modulus. Derive a relation for the volumetric strain of a rectangular bodysubjected to an axial force. 
(b)
Determine the changes in the length, breadth, and thickness of a steel bar 4 mlong, 30 mm wide and 20 mm thick, when subjected to an axial pull of 120 KN inthe direction of length. E = 200 GPa and Poison’s ratio = 0.3
04 (a)
Drive an expression for the determination of normal stress and shear stress on anoblique section of a rectangular body, when it is subjected to direct stresses intwo mutually perpendicular directions. 
(b)
A load of 10 KN falls freely through a height of 12.5mm to a collar attached tothe end of vertical rod 50 mm diameter and 3 m long, the upper end being fixedto the ceiling. What is the maximum stress induced in the bar?
05 (a)
Define Moment of Inertia and section modulus. Explain transfer formula of moment of inertia and derive an equation for moment of inertia of a rectangular section about its base.
(b)
Find the moment of inertia of a T-section with flange 35cmx3cm and web20cmx3cm about an axis passing through the c.g. and the base.
Cont'd on P/-2…..
 
STRENGTH OF MATERIALS

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