2. A two - hinged segmental arch of constant section is of horizontal span 24m and central rise 6m. Calculate the horizontal thrust induced due to a rise in temperature of 30oC if the coe\ufb03cient of expansion\u03b1 = 12\u00d7 10\u22126/oC and E = 200 kN/mm2. If the rib section is symmetrical and 1m deep \ufb01nd the max change in bending stress due to rise in temperature.
3. A suspension bridge of 250m span has two three hinged sti\ufb00ening girders supported by two cables having a central dip of 25m. The width of roadway is 8m. The dead load is 0.5 kN/m2 of \ufb02oor area, and live road is 1 kN/m2 over the left half of the bridge. Find the B.M. and S.F. at 60m from left hinge. Find also the max tension in cable.
4. Analyse a two-span continuous beam ABC having the end supports A and C \ufb01xed and spans AB = 4m and BC = 6m. On AB there is a u.d.l. of 10 kN/m while on BC there is a point load of 30kN at 2m from C. The moment of inertia of BC is twice that of AB. Sketch the B.M. and S.F.D.
5. Find the support moments for the continuous beam having an overhang as shown in Figure 5, if the moment of inertia of AB = 1.5I and of BC and CD = I. Sketch the B.M. and S.F.D.
6. Analyse the two span continous beam ABC Loaded as shown in Figure 6 The ends A and C are simply supported. Use moment distribution method. Sketch the B.M. and S.F. diagram.
7. Using Flexibility method of analysis \ufb01nd the support moments and reactions for the two-span continuous beam loaded as shown in Figure 7 Sketch the B.M.D. ( E I = constant).
3. A suspension bridge cable of span 80m and central dip 8m is suspended from the tops of two towers at the same level. It is sti\ufb00ened by a three-hinged sti\ufb00ening girder which carries a single point load of 10kN at 20m from the left hinge. Sketch the S.F.D. for the girder.
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