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Code No: RR220102
Set No. 1
II B.Tech II Semester Supplimentary Examinations, Aug/Sep 2008
STRENGTH OF MATERIALS-II
(Civil Engineering)
Time: 3 hours
Max Marks: 80
All Questions carry equal marks
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1. At a point is an elastic material, the resultant stress on a certain plane is 60MPa (tensile) inclined at 300 to the normal to that plane. On a plane at right angles to this plane, there is a normal tensile stress of 42MPa. Find the principal stresses and locate the principal planes. Find also the max shear stress and the planes on which it acts.

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2. (a) Explain Haigh\u2019s max. strain energy theory originally put forward by Beltrami.
(b) Obtain the yield criterion and design criterion in the case of 3-D and 2-D stress
systems.
[8+8]

3. A solid shaft, 80mm in dia. transmits 120 H.P. running at 180 R.P.M. Calculate the max. intensity of shear stress induced and the angle of twist for a length of 6m. TakeN = 8X104N/mm2.

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4. Derive the de\ufb02ection formula for an open coiled helical spring subjected to an axial
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5. An R.S.Tee-section, 150mm wide\u00d7 75mm deep, thickness of \ufb02ange 9mm, thickness of web 8.4mm, is used as a strut, 3 metre 4 long, ends hinged.Calculate the safe axial load by Rankine?s formula, using a factor of safety of 3. Rankines constants,

f c= 315N/mm2; a = 1/ 7500.
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6. A cylindrical steel chimney 40m high, 2m external dia, thickness of metal 0.15m at base, is exposed to a horizontal wind pressure, whose intensity varies as the square root of the height above the ground. At a height of 16m above ground the intensity of wind-pressure on a \ufb02at surface is 2.4kN/m2. The self-weight of the chimney is 30kN. If the coe\ufb03cient wind pressure is 0.6, calculate the stresses at the base and sketch the variation.

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7. A thick cylinder having internal radius 200mm and external radius 300mm is sub- jected to 4N/mm2. Find the internal pressure that can be applied if the max. permissible stress is 15N/mm2. Find also the change in thickness of the cylinder. TakeE = 200GN/m2 and1

m= 0.3.
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8. An angle section 200\u00d7 200\u00d7 20mm is used as a simply-supported beam of 3m span with one of its legs horizontal. It carries two point loads of 25KN each at third pointS. The load line is vertical passing through the c.g. of the section. Find the bending stresses at the 3 extreme corner of the section.

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Code No: RR220102
Set No. 2
II B.Tech II Semester Supplimentary Examinations, Aug/Sep 2008
STRENGTH OF MATERIALS-II
(Civil Engineering)
Time: 3 hours
Max Marks: 80
All Questions carry equal marks
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1. A tie bar of cross - sectional area 1000mm2 is subjected to an axial tensile load of 70 kN. Find the normal, tangential and resultant stresses on a plane the normal to which makes an angle of 300 with the axis of the bar. Find also the max. values of these stresses and the planes on which they act.

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2. Using:
(a) max. shear strain energy theory and
(b) max. strain theory \ufb01nd the magnitude of minor principal stress in a steel
member,
if at a point the major principal stress is 20N/mm2 (tensile) and the minor
principal stress is compressive. Take Poisson\u2019s ratio = 1/3.
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3. A solid steel shaft is subjected to a twisting moment of 8 kN-m and a B.M. of 5
KN-m estimate the dia of the bolt according to:
(a) Max. principal stress theory
(b) Max. shear stress theory.
Take the elastic limit as 270N/mm2, factor of safety = 3 and1
m= 0.25.[8+8]

4. A close coiled helical spring is made of 10mm dia. wire coiled to a mean dia. of 120mm the number of turns being 10. It is \ufb01xed at one end and a twist of 15 N m is applied at the other end. TakingE = 200GN/m2, \ufb01nd:

(a) the max. bending stress induced
(b) angle of twist of spring and
(c) number of turns after application of torque.

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5. A 350 mm\u00d7 165 mm R.S.joist is used as a strut, 6 metres long, one end \ufb01xed, the other hinged. Calculate the crippling load by Rankine?s formula. Compare this with the load obtained by the Euler formula, takingE = 2\u00d7 105N/mm2. For what length of this strut will the two formulae give the same crippling load? For the joist, area of section = 630mm2 Ixx = 13158.3\u00d7104mm4; Iyy = 631.9\u00d7 104mm4. Takefc = 315N/mm2.

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6. A horizontal strut 3m long is of-hollow circular section 16cm external dia. And internal dia. 14cm. It carries an end thrust of 300kN along with a u.d.l of 5kN/m. Assuming the ends as hinged and taking the self weight also into account, calculate the max. stress induced in the section (Density = 78.5kN/m3).

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7. Compare the values of max. and minimum hoop stresses for a cast steel cylindrical shell of 600 mm external dia. And 400 mm internal dia. Subjected to a pressure of 30N/mm2 applied:

(a) Internally and
(b) Externally.
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8. An angle section 200\u00d7 200\u00d7 20mm is used as a simply-supported beam of 3m span with one of its legs horizontal. It carries two point loads of 25KN each at third pointS. The load line is vertical passing through the c.g. of the section. Find the bending stresses at the 3 extreme corner of the section.

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