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R07

(CIVIL ENGINEERING)

SET 1

B.Tech IV Year II Semester Examinations, April/May-2012 ADVANCED STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS Time: 3 hours Max. Marks: 80 Answer any five questions All questions carry equal marks --Analyze the Portal frame shown in figure 1. The end P is fixed and Q is hinged. The member RS is loaded with 3kN/m uniformly distributed load. EI is constant. [16]

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Fig:1 2. A portal frame PQRS is hinged at P and S and the Joints Q and R are rigid. The frame is loaded as shown in figure 2. Using the method of minimum strain energy, analyse the frame and Plot the Bending Moment Diagram. [16]

Fig:2 3. Four wheel loads of 5kN, 6kN, 4kN, 8kN cross a 20 m girder from left to right followed by udl of 3kN/m of 2m long. The 8kN load is leading and the spacing of all the loads is 2m each. The udl head is at 3m from the last 5 kN load. Using influence lines, calculate the SF and BM at a section 8m from the left support where 6 kN load is at the centre of the girder? [16]

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A parabolic arch hinged at springings and crown has a span of 20 m. The central use is 4m. It is loaded with a udl of intensity 2kN/m on left 4m length. Calculate: a) The magnitude and direction of reactions at hinges. b) The bending moment, normal thrust and shear at 6m and 16m from the left end and maximum positive and negative bending moments. [16] Determine the value of w at collapse, for a three span continuous beam of constant Mp which is loaded as shown in the figure 5. [16]

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Fig: 5 6. Using flexibility method analyze the continuous beam shown in figure 6, E is constant. [16]

Fig: 6 7. Analyze the continuous beam shown in the figure 7. Using stiffness matrix method I = 3 106 mm 4 ; E = 2 105 N / mm 2 [16]

Fig: 7

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[16]

Fig: 8

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R07

(CIVIL ENGINEERING)

SET 2

B.Tech IV Year II Semester Examinations, April/May-2012 ADVANCED STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS Time: 3 hours Answer any five questions All questions carry equal marks --1. Determine the bending moments at the joints and draw BMD for the frame shown in figure 1. E is same for all members. [16] Max. Marks: 80

Fig:1 2. Analyse the frame shown in figure 2 using strain energy method. EI is constant. [16]

Fig:2

3.a) b)

Explain the term Influence Lines. Discuss the uses and principles of influence lines. Two point loads of 40 kN and 80 kN, spaced 3m apart moving from left to right cross a girder of 12m span with 40 kN load leading, Find the value of maximum bending moment under the 80 kN load on the girder. [16] Explain about linear arch. A symmetrical three pinned parabolic arch has a span of 50m and a rise of 25m. Find the maximum bending moment at a quarter point of the arch caused by a UDL of 10kN per meter which can occupy any portion of the span. Indicate the position of the load for this condition. [16] Using flexibility method analyzes the continuous beam shown in figure 5. [16]

4.a) b)

5.

Fig:5 6. Using stiffness matrix method analyzes the continuous beam shown in figure 6. [16]

Fig:6 7. Analyze the portal frame shown in figure 7 using stiffness method and draw BMD & SFD. [16]

Fig: 7 5

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A fixed beam of 8m span carries a UDL of 30 kN/m over a length of 6m from right support towards left support. Locate the pastic higes and determine the section modulus taking load factor as 1.75, shape factor as1.15 and yield stress as 250 N/ mm 2 . [16] ******

R07

(CIVIL ENGINEERING)

SET 3

B.Tech IV Year II Semester Examinations, April/May-2012 ADVANCED STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS Time: 3 hours Answer any five questions All questions carry equal marks --1. Analyse the inclined portal frame shown in figure 1 and draw SFD and BMD using moment distribution method. EI constant. [16] Max. Marks: 80

Fig:1 2. Using Castiglicenos theorem of minimum strain energy, analyze the frame shown in figure 2. EI is constant for the whole frame. [16]

Fig:2

3.

A train of five wheel loads, as shown in figure 3 crosses a simply supported beam of 24m. Calculate the maximum positive and negative shear force values at the centre of the beam and the absolute maximum BM any where in the span.[16]

Fig.3 4.a) b) State and Prove Eddys theorem. A two hinged Semi circular arch of uniform flexural rigidity EI carries central vertical load W. Show that the horizontal thrust at support is W/ p . [16] Using flexibility method analyses the continuous beam shown in figure 5. [16]

5.

Fig:5 6. Analyse the continuous beam shown in figure 6 using stiffness matrix method and draw SFD and BMD. [16]

Fig:6

7.

Analyse the portal frame shown in figure 7 using flexibility method and draw SFD and BMD. [16]

Fig: 7 8. A 6m fixed beam carries a UDL of 8kN/m as shown in figure 8. The load factor and safety factor are 1.75 and 1.15. The yield stress is 25 kN/ cm 2 . Calculate the section modules of the beam and locate the position of the plastic hinges. [16]

Fig: 8

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R07

(CIVIL ENGINEERING)

SET 4

B.Tech IV Year II Semester Examinations, April/May-2012 ADVANCED STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS Time: 3 hours Answer any five questions All questions carry equal marks --1. Using Moment distribution method analyze the frame shown in figure 1 and draw BMD? [16] Max. Marks: 80

Fig:1 2.a) b) State and Prove castiglianos First theorem. A two span continuous beam of uniform cross section as shown in figure 2. carries a UDL and is freely supported by rigid supports at the ends and elastic prop at the centre. If the prop deflects by an amount 7 times the load it carries and if the beam carries a total UDL of W, Show that the load carried out by the 5W prop is . [16] 6 EI 8 1 + 3 L

Fig .2 3. A UDL of 100 kN/m and 4m long rolls across a beam of 16 m long simply supported at its both ends. Find the maximum SF and BM at a section 10 m from the left support. Also find the absolute maximum bending moment on the beam. [16]

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4.

A three hinged parabolic arch has a span of 40m and central rise of 8m. Five wheel loads of 40,40,60,60 and 50 kN spaced 2,3,2 and 3m in order cross an arch from left to right with 40 kN load leading. When the leading load is 25m from the left hinge, calculate the horizontal thrust on the arch. Also calculate the bending moment, normal, thrust and shear force at the section under the tail load. [16] Using flexibility method analyze the continuous beam shown in figure 5. [16]

5.

Fig:5 6. Using stiffness ness matrix method analyze the continuous beam shown in figure6. [16]

Fig:6 7. Analyse the portal frame shown in figure 7. Using flexibility matrix method and draw SFD and BMD. [16]

Fig:7

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8.a) b) c)

Define collapse load, load factor and shape factor. Determine the shape factor for 100 mm diameter circular sectio. Design a simply supported beam of 8m span subjected to UDL of 10 KN/m on the entire span using plastic theory? The yield stress is 250 N/ mm 2 . Take a load factor as 1.75. [16] ******

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