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Code: 9D15103 M.Tech - I Semester Regular and Supplementary Examinations, April/May 2012 ADVANCED MECHANICS OF SOLIDS (Machine Design) Time: 3 hours Max Marks: 60 Answer any FIVE questions All questions carry equal marks ***** 1 (a) (b) Define Centroidal principle axes of a section. A beam of rectangular section 80 mm wide and 120 mm deep is subjected to a B.M of 12 kN.m. The trace of the plane of loading is inclined at 450 to the Y-Y axis of the section. Locate the neutral axis of the section and calculate the maximum bending stress induced in the section. A 2 mm thick plate of steel is framed into the cross section shown in figure1. Locate the shear centre for the cross section.
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What are the limitations in the Winkler Batch theory? Derive the Winkler formula for finding circumferential stresses. A thin walled box shown in figure 2 is subjected to a torque T. Determine the shear stresses in the walls and the angle of twist per unit length of the box.
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What is contact stress? Discuss the method of computing contact stresses. Derive the expression for contact pressure on a single row ball bearing. If the ball diameter is 4 cm, the radius of the groove is 2.5 cm. The diameter of the outer race is 20 cm and the greatest compressive force on one ball is 5 kN. Calculate the contact pressure. Given the following stress function Determine the stress components and sketch their variations in a region included in z=0, z=d, =0, on the side positive.
A flat steel of uniform thickness and of 1m diameter rotates at 2400 r.p.m. Determine the intensities of principal stresses. Take e= 7.85×10-5 N/mm2 and m= 3. Derive the expressions for the maximum deflection of a flat solid circular plate with simply supported edges of radius ‘a’ when subjected to a uniform lateral pressure ‘P 0 ’. The thickness of the plate is ‘h’. *****
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