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The dimension of the flexural rigidity of a beam element in mass (M) and length (L) and time T is given as

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ML3T2 M2 LT2 M1T2 ML1T2

Consider a point in a strained rock made of phosphates subjecting it to a tensile stress of 108 Pa on one plane and 50000000 Pa on a right angled plane. Assuming that the planes are subjected to shear stresses of 50000000, estimate the angle at which the principal stresses are inclined to the normal stress layer.

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Determine the slope at the end of simply supported beam of span 200 cm and load 5000 gm/unit length over the entire span of the beam.

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When both ends of a column are fixed, the crippling load is F. If one end of the column is made free, then the value of crippling load will be changed to

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4F

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If the external radius of a hollow shaft is 5 times the internal radius, then the torques carried by the hollow shaft: solid shaft of same cross sectional area, then subjected to the same maximum shearing stress will be

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The core of a rectangular section with sides 6 m and 9 m has

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rhombus diagonal of sides 2 m, 3 m square diagonal of sides 1 m, 3 m parallelogram of sides 2 m, 4 m circle of radius 3 m

At a point in a steel chember, the major principal stress is 10000000 kg/m and the minor principal stress is compressive. If the uniaxial tensile yield stress is 15000000 kg/m, then the magnitude of minor principal stress at which yielding will commence, according to the maximum shearing stress theory, is

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500 kg/cm 250 kg/cm 1000 kg/cm 0

A brittle material of 0.0045 m2 cross section carries an axial tensile load of 20000 kg. What will be the maximum shear stress in the block?

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Let us consider a square of sides B. Diagonal are drawn in a square which intersects at point 0. What will be the maximum distance on the diagonal from point O for no tension?

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Maximum allowable sheer stress in a section is 1000000 kg/m. If the bar is subjected to a tensile force of 5 t and

the section is square shaped, what will be dimension of sides of the square?

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10 cm 5 cm 12 cm cm

A hollow circular column of internal diameter d and external diameter 2d is subjected to a tensile load. The maximum distance of the point of application for no tension will be

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5d d d d at a point

A material of Young modulus Y and Poissons ratio is subjected to two principal stresses 1 and in a 2-dimensional stress system. The strain energy per unit volume of the material is

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The shape of an elastic curve at the free end of a cantilever beam of span Ls and with flexural rigidity EI, subjected to uniformly distributed load intensity W, is

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What will be the Poissons ratio, if bulk modulus and modulus of rigidity are K and G respectively?

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A column section 20 cm wide and 15 cm thick is subjected to a load of 200000 N at an eccentricity of 2 cm in a plane bisecting the thickness of the column. Determine the maximum and the minimum intensities of stress in the section.

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10.67 N/mm (c), 2.67 N/mm (c) 2.67 N/mm (c), 10.67 N/mm (c) 2.67 N/mm (c), 2.67 H/mm (c) 10.67 N/mm (c), 10.67 H/mm (c)

Consider a short column of hollow rectangular with dimensions, 240 cm length, 180 cm width and 2cm thick carrying a vertical load of 500000 N with eccentricity of 3 cm from the geometric axis of the section bisecting the longer side. Calculate maxand min.

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3.14 N/mm (c), 3.14 N/mm (c) 6 N/mm (c), 2 N/mm (c) 3.14 N/mm (c), 2.86 N/mm (c) 2.86 N/mm (c), 2.86 N/mm (c)

A hollow chimney 200 cm 200 cm is 30 cm thick. The inside dimension being 140 cm 140 cm. The height of chimney is 1500 cm. The unit weight of the chimney is 2010000 N/m3. The intensity of uniform horizontal wind pressure is 1200 Pa. Estimate the maximum and the minimum stresses at the base.

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566.48 kN/m2 (c), 566.48 kN/m2 (c) 566.48 kN/m2 (c), 33.52 kN/m2 (c) 33.52 kN/m2 (c), 566.48 kN/m2 (c) None of these

Using the data in Question 18, if the chimney is to be repaired, find its maximum height so that there is no tension at the base.

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168.8 m 5.9 m 15 m 16.88 m

r a beam carrying u.d.l. over its entire length L, find the bending moment at B.

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The total strain energy in the beam is

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A railway track is laid so that there is no stress in the rails at 70C. If E = 2 10 5 N/mm2 and o The length of rails is 90m long. Determine the free contraction of rail at 20 C. = 6.5 10-6/ C.

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