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R05412103 - Structural Analysis and Detailed Design

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R05
SET-1
Code.No: 37152
JAWAHARLAL NEHRU TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY HYDERABADIV .B.TECH – I SEM REGULAR EXAMINATIONS JANUARY- 2010STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS AND DETAILED DESIGN(AERONAUTICAL ENGINEERING)Time: 3hours Max.Marks:80

All questions carry equal marks

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1. a) What are the types for landing gear.b) Write the design procedure for single wheel landing gear with neat sketches. [16]2. The thin- walled single cell beam has been idealized into combination of direct stress carryingbooms and shear stressesaly carrying walls. If the section supports a vertical shear bond of 10KNacting vertical plane through booms 3 and 6. Calculate the distribution of shear flow around thesection. Boom areas
218
200
B B mm
= =
227
250
,
B B m
= =
236
400
m
,
B B m
= =
245
100
m
,
B B mm
= =
as shown in figure. [16]3. a) Explain the construction of fuselage structure.b) Explain with neat sketches skin instability, panel instability and general instability. [6+10]4. Monocoque cylinder radius r = 1250mm, thickness t = 1.25mm, length L = 1875mm,E = 74 KN/. The cylinder subjected to an axial compressive bond of 225KN and internalpressure of 0.3447 N\. What is the margin of safety under this combined load system with90% Probability and 95% confidence level (for thin interval
2
mm
2
mm
/0.000121
ccr
F
=
)take0.3,1.0,280
c
µ η
= = =
. [16]5. Explain the phenomenon of distribution of concentrated loads on thin webs in aircraft structure.[16]6. Find the shear centre for the wing section shown in figure. Web 3 has a thickness 1.6mm, and theother webs have thickness of 1mm. Assume G is constant for all cross- sections. The cross sectionis symmetrical about a horizontal. [16]

7.a) Explain in detail the shear forces in tapered webs.b) Derive the relationships for shear force at any section of a tapered diagram tension fieldbeam, subjected to a load at its free end perpendicular to the axis in the plane of thebeam. [8+8]8.

A steel ship deck plate G 2.5mm thick, 10m wide and 20m long (in the tensile stress direction).It is loaded with a normal tensile stress of 50 MPa. It is operated below its ductile to brittletransition temperature with equal to 28.3Mpa
IC
K m
. If a 65mm long central hole transversecrack is present, estimate tensile stress at which catastrophic failure will occur. Compare thinstress with the yield strength of 240 Mpa for the steel. [16]*****

R05
SET-2
Code.No: 37152
JAWAHARLAL NEHRU TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY HYDERABADIV .B.TECH – I SEM REGULAR EXAMINATIONS JANUARY- 2010STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS AND DETAILED DESIGN(AERONAUTICAL ENGINEERING)Time: 3hours Max.Marks:80

All questions carry equal marks

- - -
1. a) Tricycle type of landing gear shown in fig.Find the forces G
v
, F
v
, H
d
, F
d
, H
v
of brace struts. Assume the data if necessary. [16]2. a) Discuss the structural functions of the various components of an aircraft with particularreference to the wing of a medium sized transport aircraft.b) Explain briefly what area the air forces acting in a wing of aircraft. [10+6]3. a) How the structural idealization helpful for analysis of structure?b) Part a wing section in the form of a two-cell box shown-figure in which the vertical spars areconnected to the wing skin through angle sections having a cross-sectional area of 300.Idealize the section into an arrangement of direct stress carrying booms and shears stress onlycarrying panel suitable for resisting bending moments in a vertical plane. Position the boom atthe spar/skin junctions. [4+12]
2
mm