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Explain the concept of shear stresses in thick beams with the help of a neat sketch and draw the shear stress variation. (a) Rectangular section (b) Circular section. 2. (a) Explain what do you mean by shear centre. (b) Prove that the shear centre lies at the junction for an angle section with equal legs. 3. A steel-wide flange beam is subjected to a shear of F= 80 KN. Plot the shear stress distribution acting over the beams cross sectional area. Also determine the shear force resisted by the web. The thickness, t= 20mm uniform. Shown in figure2. 4. Determine the S C for the walled section of uniform thickness shown in figure 3. 5. Calculate the shear flow in channel section and resultant forces in the flange and web. Plot the shear flow variation. Shown in figure2 6. Determine the shear centre. t-constant shown in fig 3. 7. Thickness is uniform t= 5mm. determine the torque T to produce an angle of twist 0.12 radians over span of 2m . Also determine the average stress in the member. Also calculate the strain energy stored. All dimensions are in mm. shown in figure 4. 8. Explain the procedure of finding shear flow in symmetric closed section, and location of shear force for both single and multi-cell sections 9. Determine the location of S.C for the cross-section having uniform thickness.shown in figure 3. 10. Define shear flow ? Explain the concept of shear flow in thin walled beams with the help of a neat sketch. 11. (a) Explain what do you mean by shear centre (b) Prove that the shear centre lies at the junction for an angle section with equal legs. . 12. Explain the concept of provided stringers in craft structures with the help of neat sketchs. 13. Derive the equation for shear flow in unsymmetrical section about the axis with the help of a neat sketch. 14. Determine the moment of inertia shear flow and shear centre for a semi circular ring of radius R, uniform thickness t subjected to transverse shear force normal symmetrical centroidal axis. 15. Thickness is uniform 10mm. determine the shear flow and shear force for the entire structure shown figure. 16. Determine the location for shear Centre for the thin walled section shown in figure

17. Derive the equation for shear flow in the flange and web of thin walled I – section .Plot the shear flow variation 18. Explain the concept of shear stresses in thick beams with the help neat sketch and draw the shear stress Variation A cross – section of a slit rectangular tube of constant thickness is shown in figure Shown that shear centre ℮= ( ) 19. What are the longorons, transverse stringers and span web? Explain their significance with the help of net sketches for wing and fuselage? 20. Write short notes on the following: (a) Effective walls & in effective walls. (b) Sheet wrinkling. 21. Explain in detail the stresses in the fuselage components due to air loads? 22. Explain in detail the stresses in the wing section due to air loads? 23. What are the classification of aircraft loads? Explain the stresses due to air loads in detail? 24. Write short notes on the following: (a) Sketch tapered wing & fuselage. (b) Sketch the shear flow variation over the symmetrical wing &fuselage. 25. What is shear flow in structural elements? Explain shear flow in wing and fuselage and sketch the variation? 26. What are the longorons, transverse stringers and span web? Explain their significance with the help of net sketches for wing and fuselage? 27. What are the various types of wing structures? Show the construction with different types of stringers and web?

SET NO-2 1. Explain the torsion of thin walled closed tubes subjected to twisting with the help of a neat sketch. 2. Explain the procedure of finding shear flow in symmetric closed section, and location of shear force for both single and multi-cell sections. 3. Explain the torsion of thin walled closed tubes subjected to twisting with the help of a neat sketch. 4. Explain the torsion of thin walled multicell structure section subjected to twisting. 5. (a) b=300 (b) t1 = 20 (c) t2 = t3 = 20 Determine the location of the shear centre for the cross-section. All dimensions are in mm. Shown in Figure 5 6. Thickness is uniform t= 5mm. determine the torque T to produce an angle of twist 0.12 radians over span of 2m . Also determine the average stress in the member. .Also calculate the strain energy stored. All dimensions are in mm. shown in figure 4. 7. (a) Explain torsional shear flow . (b) A tube is made of bronze and has a rectangular cross-section shown in figure 4b. If it is subjected to a torque of 35N-m, determine the average shear stress in the tube at points A and B. if the tube is having span 0f 2m and fixed at one end, what is the angle of twist a free end where the torque is applied. 38 x 109 N/m2. 8. t = 3mm uniform locate the shear centre for the aircraft box beam. Shown in figure 5 9. Determine the shear centre for thin walled section, assuming uniform thickness. Shown in fig 3 10. A thin walled Box beam is use in the support structure of an aeroplane wing. Locate its shear centre. Shown in figure 7. 11. (a)Explain Bredth Batho theory (b) A thin tube is made from 5mm thick A-36 steel plates such that it has crosssection of equilateral triangle of side 90mm. 12. Box beam of uniform thickness t = 3mm is subjected to a shear force of 20kN. Determine the variation of shear flow through out the cross-section. Shown in ××figure 1. 13. Derive the equation for Torque and angle of twist for two cell closed section. Also calculate the total strain energy stored. 14. b =300 t1 =20

t2 = t3 = 10 Determine the location of the shear center for the cross-section. All dimensions are in mm. Shown in figure 2 15. Explain the torsion of thin walled closed tubes subjected to twisting with the help of a net sketch. 16. Uniform thickness t =5mm Determine the Shear Center for an air craft box beam Shown in Figure 3. 17. Derive the Bredt- Batho formula related to torsion. What are the assumptions Made? 18. t = 3mm uniform locate the shear center for the aircraft box beam. Shown in Figure 5.

19. Explain the torsion of thin walled closed tubes subjected to twisting with the help of a neat sketch 20. Explain the procedure of finding shear flow in to symmetric closed section, and location of shear centre for both single and multicell sections. 21. Derive the Bredt- Breds- Batho formula related to torsion. What are the assumptions made? 22. Thin walled circular beam cross-section is subjected to transverse load. F.Determine the variation of shear flow through out the cross-section. 23. Explain the torsion of thin walled multicell structure section subjected to twisting. 24. Determine the shear centre location of an aircraft semi circular box beam. 25. Derive the equation for Torque and angle of twist for two cell closed section. 26.Thickness is uniform locate the shear centre for the compartment box beam t =10mm, b=500mm (a) Explain torsional shear flow. (b) A structural Aluminium tuning of 60x 100mm rectangular cross section was Fabricated by extrusion. Determine the sharing stress in each of the four walls of Such tubing when it is subjected to a torque of 2700N-m. Shown in figure 3. 27.Uniform thickness locate the shear center for the mulit compartment box beam. Shown in figuar 2.

SET NO-3 1. What are the various functions of structural components? 2. Write short notes on the following: (a) Aerodynamic loads (b) Ground loads. 3. What are the various forms of fuselage structures? Explain fuselage construction with the help of neat sketches? 4. Write short notes on the following: (a) Stringers (b) Bulk heads (c) Floor beams (d) Spar webs 5. 6. 7. 8. What is shear flow in structural elements? Explain shear flow in wing and fuselage and sketch the variation? Describe the loads on aircrafts structural components? Write short notes on the following: (a) Sketch tapered wing and fuselage (b) Sketch the shear flow variation over the symmetrical wing and fuselage

9. What are the classification of aircraft loads? Explain the stresses due to air loads in detail? 10. Explain in detail the stresses in the fuselage components due to air loads? 11. What are the factors that will influence wing structural arrangements? 12. Write short notes on the following: (a) Shear leg (b) Torsion of thin walled members. 13. What are the longorons, transverse stringers and span web? Explain their significance with the help of net sketches for wing and fuselage? 14. Write short notes on the following: (a) Effective walls & in effective walls. (b) Sheet wrinkling. 15. Explain in detail the stresses in the fuselage components due to air loads? 16. Explain in detail the stresses in the wing section due to air loads? 17. What are the classification of aircraft loads? Explain the stresses due to air loads in detail? 18. Write short notes on the following: (a) Sketch tapered wing & fuselage. (b) Sketch the shear flow variation over the symmetrical wing &fuselage. 19. What is shear flow in structural elements? Explain shear flow in wing and fuselage and sketch the variation?

20. What are the longorons, transverse stringers and span web? Explain their significance with the help of net sketches for wing and fuselage? 21. What are the various types of wing structures? Show the construction with different types of stringers and web? 22. What are the various forms of fuselage structures? Explain fuselage fuselage construction with the help of neat sketches? 23. Describe the loads on aircraft structural components? 24. What are the various functions of structural components? 25. What is structural idealization? Sketch the structural idealization for wing and fuselage?

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