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# PRIST UNIVERSITY TRICHY CAMPUS DEPARTMENT OF CIVIL ENGINEERING PART TIME

Calculate the final dimensions and final volume of the flat. The modulus of elasticity of steel is 2.1x105N/mm2 and the Poisson’s ratio of steel is 0.3. 15) A rod is 2m long at a temperature of 10°C find the expansion of the rod when the temperature is raised to 80°C if this expansion prevented, find the stress induced in the material of rod take E=1x 105 MN/m2 and α = 0.000012/°C

MECHANICS OF SOLIDS UNIT- I Part- A
1. Define stress and strain. 2. State Hooke’s law. 3. What are the differences between compression and tension members? 4. Define elastic limit. 5. Write short notes on a. Young’s modulus b. Poisson’s ratio. 6. What are the difference between lateral strain and longitudinal strain? 7. Define factor of safety. 8. Define principle stresses and principle plane 9. Write down the relation expression for young’s modulus& bulk modulas. 10. Define Mohr’s circle of stresses.

16)The principal tensile stresses at a point across two mutually perpendicular planes are 120N/mm2 and 60 N/mm2 .Determine the normal and tangential and resultant stresses on a plane inclined at 30o to the axial of the minor principal stress.

Part –B
11.Draw stress –strain curve of ductile material and explain. 12) A steel rod 5m long and 30mm in diameter is subjected to an axial tensile load of 50KN. Determine the change in length, diameter and Volume of the rod. Take E=2x105 N/mm2 and Poisson’s ratio= 0.25

13) A steel rod of 3cm diameter and 5m long is connecting to two grips and the rod is maintained at temperature of 95°C. determine the stress and pull exerted when the temperature falls of 95°C.if (i) the ends do not yield(ii) the ends yield by 0.12cm.E=2x105 N/mm2 and α = 0.000012/°C 14.A steel flat of 500mm length, 60mm width and 20mm thickness is Subjected to an axial compression of 168 KN.

Determine the nature and magnitude of the forces in the members of the cantilevers frame shown in figure by methods of joints.7 cm is subjected to an internal fluid pressure of 1. 10. change in Volume of a cylindrical shell subjected to internal fluid pressure P? 12.35 N/mm2. What are the difference between circumferential stress and longitudinal stress? 8.A 1. What are the assumptions made in finding out the forces in a frame? 5.UNIT. Analysis the frame shown in figure by method of joints and determine the nature and magnitude of forces in the members. Define thin cylinder. 2. Write the formula for circumferential stress and longitudinal stress? 9. 13) A Cylindrical pipe of diameter 2 m and thickness 1. How will you analysis of a frame? 6.II Part. Determine i) Longitudinal stress developed in the pipe and ii) Circumferential stress developed in the pipe . What are the formula for finding change in diameters. What are the methods for analysis the frame? 4. 7. Define perfect frame. Part –B 11. What are the differences between Deficient frame and Redundant frame? 3. Define method of joints.

5 N/mm2. .5 m and thickness 1.1x105N/mm2and 1/m=0.3.14 a) water main 80cm dia contains water at a pressure head of 100m its density of water is 9810 N/M³ find the thickness of the metal required for the water main the permissible stress as 20KN 15) A Cylindrical pipe of diameter 1.Take E=2. Determine i) Longitudinal stress developed in the pipe and ii) Circumferential stress developed in the pipe 16.A cylindrical shell 3 meters long which is closed as the ends has an internal diameter of 1m and a wall thickness of 15mm. Calculate the circumferential and longitudinal stresses induced and also changes in the dimensions of the shell.2 N/mm2.5 cm is subjected to an internal Fluid pressure of 1. if it is subjected to an internal pressure of 1.

Draw SFD and BMD. 4. 16. Shear force b. b.maximum bending stress is not exceed 150N/mm2 12.Derive the expression for simple bending equation. 15. Define sagging BM and Hogging BM. 2. 5. Draw SFD and BMD 14)Draw SFD and BMD Part –B 11. 3. a. What are the types of supports? 7. What is maximum bending moment in a SSB of span ‘L’subjected to udl of ‘W’ over entire span? 9. Define Beam and Beam types. The uniformly distributed load if may carry. The concentrated load it may carry at the centre . What are the assumptions in the theory of simple bending? 13. What is mean by transverse loading on beam? Define point of contra flexure.III Part. 8. Bending moment 6. What are the difference between point load and Udl? Write shorts notes on a.A 1.UNIT. Write the formula for simple bending equation 10.A beam 400mmdeep of symmetrical section has I=10x107mm4 and is simply supported over a span of 5m Calculate. Draw SFD and BMD .

Take I=12x106mm4and E=200Gpa.A. state the main assumptions while deriving the general formula for shear stresses. 10. 3.UNIT. 15)A wooden beam 100mm wide and 150mm deep is simply supported over a span of 4meters. i) The slope at the supports and ii) maximum deflection . . Define conjugate beam method. It carries a uniformly distributed load of 9 kN/m run over the entire span of 5 m. 16) a)A beam 7mlong simply supported at its ends is carrying a point load of 40KN @its centre.A 1. 7. If the value of E for the beam material is 1 × 104 N/mm2 find i) The slope at the supports and ii) maximum deflection 13)A cantilever of length 4m carries a Udl of 8KN/m length over the entire length . The moment of inertia of the beam is given as equal to 78x106mm4. What do you mean by shear stress in beams? 5. What are the method for finding out the slope and deflection at a section? 2.find the maximum shear stress developed in the I-section. If E for the material of the beam =2x105N/mm2 Calculate i)Deflection at the centre of the beam and ii)slope at the supports Part –B 11) A beam 6mlong simply supported at its ends is carrying a point load of 50KN @its centre. Define shear stress distribution.IV Part. What is the ratio of maximum shear stress to the average shear stress in the case of solid circular section.find the shear stress at a distance of 25mm above the N.Find the maximum slope and deflection of the beam. If E for the material of the beam =2. 8.if the shear force acting on the section is 40KN.1x105N/mm2. What are the different sections in which the shear stress distribution is to be obtained? 4. Write the formula for shear stress distribution circular section . If shear force at a section of the beam is 4500N. What is the formula for the shear stress distribution for I-section? 14a) A simply supported beam of span 3m is subjected to a central load of 10KN. 17)An I-section beam 350mmx150mm has a web thickness of 10mm and a flange thickness of 20mm . Write the formula for a shear stress at a fiber in a section of a beam 6. The moment of inertia of the beam is given as equal to 75x106mm4. 9.1x105N/mm2 Calculate i)Deflection at the centre of the beam and ii)slope at the supports 12) A beam of uniform rectangular section 200 mm wide and 300 mm deep is simply supported at its ends. Take E=2.If the section is rectangular of 150mmx260mm find the deflection and slope at the free end.

2. 13) a leaf spring carries a central load of 3000N the leaf spring to be made of 10 steel plate 5cm wide and 6mm tk it the bending stress is limited to 150N/mm². 9. 10. Define Torsion. 4. find suitable dia for the shaft if the max torque transmitted @ each revolution exceeds the mean by 30% Part –B 11. Write the formula for Torsional equation.A 1. 6. Take G=0. 12) A hollow shaft having an internal diameters 5cm external diameters 10 cm and length 3m is transmitting 100KW power at120Rpm. Given the permissible stress as 25 N/mm2 . Derive the expression for Torsion equation.84x105N/mm2. if the weight density of water is 9810 N/m3 find the thickness of the metal required for the water main. Define polar moment of inertia.V Part.determine a)the maximum shear stress inducted in the shaft b) Strain energy stored in the shaft and c)Total angle of twist. Determine the axial deflection and the intensities of bending and shear stresses under an axial load of 500N. (i)length of the spring(ii)deflection@ the center of spring 14) A water main 100 cm diameter contains water at a pressure head of 90m. What are the assumptions made in Torsion equation? 3. What are the difference between closed coil and open coil helical spring? 15) An open –coil helical spring made up of 10mm diameter wire and of mean diameter of 100mm has 12coils. What are the various types of spring? 8.Take G have 80Gpa and E as 200Gpa 16. angle of helix being 15o. What is mean by spring? 7. Take E=2x10^5 N/mm². Classified the helical springs. Define pitch. solid steel shaft has to transmit 75KN @ 200 rpm taking allowable shear stress as 70 N/mm². Write down the expression for power transmitted by a shaft 5. .UNIT.