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Topic : Strength of Materials

MODULE-17B

Simple stress and strain relationship: Stress and strain in two dimensions, principal stresses, stress transformation, Mohr’s circle. ___________________________________________________________________________

1.

The shear modulus (G), modulus of elasticity (E) and the Poisson’s ratio (v) of a material are related as, (A) G = E/[2(1 + v)] (B) E = G/[2(1+v)] (C) G = E/[2(1 – v)] (D) G = E/[2(v – 1)]

2.

A bar of varying square cross-section is loaded symmetrically as shown in the figure. Loads shown are placed on one of the axes of symmetry of cross-section. Ignoring self weight, the maximum tensile stress in N/mm2anywhere is 4.

If then (a) (b) (c) (d)

= 120 MPa and = 70 MPa, and are respectively 26.7 MPa and 172.5 MPa 54 MPa and 128 MPa 67.5 MPa and 213.3 MPa 16 MPa and 138 MPa

The symmetry of stress tensor at a point in the body under equilibrium is obtained from (a) conservation of mass (b) force equilibrium equations (c) moment equilibrium equations (d) conservation of energy If principal stresses in a two-dimensional case are – 10MPa and 20 MPa respectively, then maximum shear stress at the point is (a) 10 MPa (b) 15 MPa (c) 20 MPa (d) 30 MPa The necessary and sufficient condition for a surface to be called as a free surface is (a) no stress should be acting on it (b) tensile stress acting on it must be zero (c) shear stress acting on it must be zero (d) no point on it should be under any stress

(a) (c) 3.

16.0 25.0

(b) (d)

20.0 30.0

5.

In a two dimensional stress analysis, the state of stress at a point is shown below. 6.

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7. Mohr's circle for the state of stress defined by * (a) (b) (c) (d) 8. + MPa is a circle with center at (0,0) and radius 30 MPa center at (0,0) and radius 60 MPa center at (30,0) and radius 30 MPa center at (30,0) and zero radius

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An axially loaded bar is subjected to a normal stress of 173 MPa. The shear stress in the bar is (a) 75 MPa (b) 86.5 Pa (c) 100 MPa (d) 122.3 MPa For an isotropic material, the relationship between the Young's modulus (E), shear modulus (G) and Poisson's ratio ( ) is given by (A) (B) (C) (D) 15.

(A) r/2 (B) r/3(C) r/6 (D) r/8 Consider a simply supported beam with a uniformly distributed load having a neutral axis (NA) as shown. For points P (on the neutral axis) and Q (at the bottom of the beam) the state of stress is best represented by which of the following pairs?

9.

10.

A vertical PQ of length L is fixed at its top end P and has a flange to the bottom end A weight W is dropped vertically from a height h (<L) on to the flange. The axial stress in the rod can be reduced by (A) increasing the length of the rod (B) decreasing the length of the rod (C) decreasing the area of cross-section of the rod (D) increasing the modulus of elasticity of the material Consider the following statements: I. On a principal plane, only normal stress acts II. On a principal plane, both normal and shear stresses act III.On a principal plane, only shear stress acts IV. Isotropic state of stress is independent of frame of reference The TRUE statements are (A) I and IV (B) II (C) II and IV (D) II and III The major and minor principal stresses at a point are 3 MPa and -3 MPa respectively. The maximum shear stress at the point is (A) zero (B) 3 MPa (C) 6 MPa (D) 9 MPa The number of independent elastic constants for a linear elastic isotropic and homogeneous material is (A) 4 (B) 3 (C) 2 (D) 1 A disc of radius r has a hole of radius r/2 cutout as shown. The centroid of the remaining disc (shaded portion) at a radial distance from the centre "O" is

16.

The Poisson’s ratio is defined as (A) | | (B) | (C) | | (D) |

| |

11.

17.

If a small concrete cube is submerged deep in still water in such a way that the pressure exerted on all faces of the cube is p, then the maximum shear stress developed inside the cube is (A) 0 (B) 2 p (C) p (D) 2p The state of 2D-stress at a point is given by the following matrix of stresses: * + * + What is the magnitude of maximum shear stress in MPa? (A) 50 (B) 75 (C) 100 (D) 110 A Steel wire of 20mm diameter is bent into a circular shape of 10m radius. If the modulus of ⁄ elasticity is 2 , then the maximum stress induced in the wire is ⁄ a) ⁄ b) 2

12.

18.

13.

19.

14.

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c) d) 20. 4 6 ⁄ ⁄

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of B. when temperature rises the stresses induced are a) Tension in both the materials b) Tension in material A and compression in material B c) Compression in material A and tension in material B d) Compression in both the materials. 26. Consider the following statements: 1. On planes having maximum and minimum principal stresses, there will be no tangential stress. 2. Shear stresses on mutually perpendicular planes are numerically equal. 3. Maximum shear stress is equal to half the sum of the maximum and minimum principal stresses. Which of these statements is/ are correct? a) Only 1 is b) 1 and 2 d) 1 and 3

Given that for an element in a body of homogenous isotropic material subjected to plane stresses , and are normal strains in x, y and z direction respectively and is the Poisson’s ratio, the magnitude of unit volume change of the element is given by a) b) c) d)

21.

A solid metal bar of uniform diameter D and length L is hung vertically from a ceiling. if the density of the material of the bar is and the modulus of elasticity is E, then the total elongation of the bar due to its own weight is a) b) c) d)

c) 2 and 3 22. A steel cube of volume 8000cc is subjected to all round stress of 1330kg/ . The bulk modulus of the material is 1.33 kg/ . The volumetric change is a) 8cc b) 6cc c) 0.8cc 23. d) cc 27.

A bar of diameter 30mm is subjected to a tensile load such that the measured extension on a gauge length of 200mm is 0.09mm and the change in diameter is 0.0045mm. the Poisson’s ratio will be ⁄ a) b) ⁄ c) ⁄ d) ⁄ In a stressed body, an elementary cube of material is taken at a point with its faces perpendicular to X and Y reference axes. Tensile stresses equal to 15KN/ and 9 KN/ are observed on these respective faces. They are also accompanied by shear equal to 4KN/ . The magnitude of the principal stresses at the point are a) 12KN/ Tensile and 3 KN/ tensile b) 17 KN/ tensile and 7 KN/ tensile c) 9.5KN/ compressive and 6.5KN/ compressive. d) 12 KN/ tensile and 13KN/ tensile. In a rectangular element subjected to like principal tensile stresses ‘ ’ and ‘ ’ in two

In terms of bulk modulus(k) and modulus of rigidity(G),Poisson’s ratio can be expressed as a) c) b) d)

28.

24.

The cross-section of a bar is subjected to a uniaxial tensile stress ‘p’. the tangential stress on a plane inclined at to the cross-section of the bar would be a) c) b) p d) p

25.

Two bars one of material A and the other of material B of same length are tightly secured between two unyielding walls. Coefficient of thermal expansion of bar A is more than that

29.

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mutually perpendicular directions X and Y, the maximum shear would occur along the a) Plane normal to X-axis. b) Plane normal to Y-axis. c) Plane at to Y-direction. d) Planes at and to the Ydirection. 30. At a point in a structure, there are two mutually perpendicular tensile stresses of 800kg/ and 400 kg/ . If the Poisson’s ratio = 0.25, what would be the equivalent stress in simple tension according to maximum principal strain theory? a) 1200 kg/ b) 900kg/ c) 31. 700kg/ d) 400kg/ a)

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1.19mm b) 2.19mm d) 11.9mm

c) 3.19mm 36.

If two springs of stiffness and are connected in series, the stiffness of the combined spring is a) c) b) d)

37.

The resultant cuts the base of a circular column of diameter ‘d’ with an eccentricity equal to one-fourth of ‘d’. the ratio between the maximum compressive stress and the maximum tensile stress is a) 3 b) 4 c) 5 d) infinity A 2m long bar of uniform section extends 2mm under limiting axial stress of 200N/ what is the modulus of resilience for the bar? a) 0.10 units b) 0.20units c) 10000 units d) 200000 units 38.

Parallelogram law of forces states if two forces acting simultaneously at a point be represented in magnitude and direction by two adjacent sides of a parallelogram, their resultant may be represented in magnitude and direction by a) Longer side of the other two sides. b) Shorter side of the other two sides c) Diagonal of the parallelogram which does not pass through their point of intersection d) Diagonal of the parallelogram which passes through their point of intersection. A bar of circular cross-section varies uniformly from a cross-section 2D to D. if extension of the bar is calculated treating it as a bar of average diameter, then the percentage error will be a) 10 b) 25 c) 33.33 d) 50

32.

33.

A rectangular block of size 200mm 100mm 50mm is subjected to a shear stress of 500kg/ . If the modulus of rigidity of the material is kg/ ,the strain energy stored will be a) 1000kg-cm b) 500kg-cm c) 125kg-cm d) 100kg-cm

39.

34.

The stress level, below which a material has a portability of not failing under reversal of stress, known as a) Elastic limit b) endurance limit c) Proportional limit d) tolerance limit.

The length, coefficient of thermal expansion and young’s modulus of bar A are twice that of bar B. if the temperature of both bars is increased by the same amount while preventing any expansion, then the ratio of stress developed in a bar A to that in a bar B will be a) 2 b) 4 c) 8 d) 16 The side AD of the square block ABCD as shown in the figure is fixed at the given figure is fixed at the base and it is under a stage of simple shear causing shear and shear strain . Where =

40.

35.

If E= 2.06 N/ , an axial pull of 60KN suddenly applied to a steel rod 50mm in diameter and 4m long. It causes an instaneous elongation of the order of

The distorted shape is AB’C’D. the diagonal strain (linear) will be

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43.

a) 41.

/2

b) / √

c) √

d)

The lists given below refer to a bar length L cross section area A, young’s modulus E, Poisson’s ratio and subjected to axial stress ‘ ’. match list-I and list-II and select the correct answer using the codes given below the lists: List-I A. volumetric strain B. strain energy per unit volume C. Ratio of young’s modulus to bulk modulus. D. Ratio of young’s modulus to modulus of rigidity List-II 1. 2. 1. 2(1+ ) 3( 1-2 ) . 5. 2( 1- ) 3. (1-2 )

Consider the following statements: 1. In a member subjected to uniaxial tensile force the maximum normal stress is the external load divided by the maximum cross-sectional area. 2. When the structural member is subjected to uniaxial loading, the shear stress is zero on a plane where the normal stress is maximum. 3. In a member subjected to uniaxial loading, the normal stress on the planes of maximum shear stress is less than the maximum. Which of these statements are correct? a) 1 and 2 b) 1 and 3 d) 1,2 and 3

c) 2 and 3 44.

A certain steel has proportionality limit of 3000 kg/ in simple tension. It is subjected to principal stresses of 1200kg/ (tensile), 600kg/ (tensile) and 300kg/ (compressive). The factor of safety according to maximum shear stress theory is a) 1.50 b) 1.75 c) 1.80 d) 2.00

45.

Codes: A a) b) c) d) 42. 3 5 5 2 B 4 4 4 3 C 2 1 2 1 D 1 2 1 5

Match list-I with list-II and select the correct answer using the codes given below the lists: List-I List-II A. Shear centre 1. Tension B. Principal plane 2. Slope C. Fixed end 3. Shear stress D. Middle third rule 4. Twisting Codes: A B 3 1 1 2 C 2 4 2 3 D 1 2 3 1

On an element, the stresses are: = 110MPa = 30MPa = = 30MPa The radius of the Mohr’s circle and the principal stresses are (in MPa) Radius = r a) 50 120 20 b) 55 30 110 c) 60 140 20 d) 70 140 20 46.

a) b) c) d)

4 3 4 4

A circular shaft is subjected to a twisting moment T and bending moment M. the ratio of maximum bending stress to maximum shear stress is given by a) b) c) d)

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47. A section of a solid circular shaft with diameter D is subjected to bending moment M and torque T. The expression for maximum principal stress at the section is a) b) c) d) 48. ( (√ ( √ √ ) ) )

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c) A is true but R is false d) A is false but R is true. 52. Assertion (A): The amount of elastic deformation at a certain point, which an elastic body undergoes, under given stress is the same irrespective of the stresses being tensile or compressive. Reason (R): The modulus of elasticity and Poisson’s ratio are assumed to be the same in tension as well as compression. 53. Assertion (A): The inclination of the line joining any point P on the Mohr’s circle and the origin O with the X-axis equals twice the angle between the resultant stress and the normal of the plane for which P stands. Reason (R): The inclination of the line joining any point P on the Mohr’s circle and the centre of the circle C with X-axis equals twice the angle between the plane for which P stands and zero degree plane. 54. A simply supported beam of span L carries a concentrated load W at mid-span. If the width ‘b’ of the beam is constant and its depth is varying throughout the span, then what should be its mid-span depth, when design stress is ‘f ’? a) √ b) )

A Simply supported beam of span L and flexural rigidity EI, carries a unit point load at its centre. The strain energy in the beam due to bending is a) c) b) d)

49.

In a two dimensional stress system, it is assumed that the principal stress and are such that > ; then according to the maximum shear stress theory, the failure occurs when(where is the yield stress, is the Poisson’s ratio and E is the modulus of elasticity) a) b) c) d) + + +2 -

50.

The stress at which a material fractures under large number of reversals of stress is called a) Endurance limit b) creep c) ultimate strength d) residual stress 55.

c) √

51.

Assertion (A): strain is a fundamental behavior of the material, while the stress is a derived concept. Reason (R): strain does not have a unit while the stress has a unit. Codes: a) Both A and R are true and R is the correct explanation of A b) Both A and R are true but R is not a correct explanation of A

A round steel bar of overall length 40cm consists of two equal portions of 20cm each having diameters of 10cm and 8cm respectively. Take E as 2 kg/ . If the rod is subjected to a tensile load of 10 tonnes, the elongation in cm will be given by a) b) c) d) ( ( ( ( ) ) ) )

56.

A copper bar of 25cm length is fixed by means of supports at its ends. Supports can yield

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(total) by 0.01cm. if the temperature of the bar is raised by C, then the stress induced in the bar for = 20 C and =1 Kg/ will be a) 2 kg/ b) 4 kg/ c) 8 kg/ d) 16 kg/ 57. Match list-I with list-II and select the correct answer using the codes given below the lists: List-I List-II A. Moment of inertia 1. Tensile stress B. Elongation 2. Modulus of rupture C. Neutral axis 3. Zero shear stress D. Top fiber 4. Zero longitudinal stress Codes: A a) b) c) d) 58. 2 1 3 2 B 1 2 4 1 C 3 4 1 4 D 4 3 2 3 Wir e No.

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horizontal bar which carries a central load of 1t midway between the wires. Details of the two wires are given below:

Area ( )

Material

A given material has young’s modulus E, modulus of rigidity G and Poisson’s ratio 0.25. the ratio of young’s modulus to modulus of rigidity of this material is a) 3.75 b) 3 c) 2.5 d) 1.5 A prismatic bar of uniform cross-sectional area of 5 is subjected to axial loads as shown in the figure.

1 2

4 2

Copper steel

Modul us of elastici ty (kg/ ) 1 2

Elonga tion

59.

The ratio of the elongation of the two wires, is a) 61. 0.25 b) 0.5 c) 2 d) 1

⁄

At a point in a strained material, if two mutually perpendicular tensile stresses of 2000kg/ and 1000kg/ are acting, then the intensity of tangential stress on a plane inclined at to the axis of the minor stress will be a) 125kg/ b) 250kg/ c) 500kg/ d) 1000kg/

Portion BC is subjected to an axial stress of a) 400kg/ tension b) 2000kg/ compression c) 1000kg/ tension d) 600kg/ tension 60. Two wires of equal length are suspended vertically at a distance of 40cm as shown in the figure below. Their upper ends are fixed to the ceiling while their lower ends support a rigid

62.

For the state of stress shown in the below figure, normal stress acting on the plane of maximum shear stress is

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a) a) b) c) d) 63. 25MPa compression 75MPa compression 25MPa tension 75MPa tension

20%

b) 40% d) 80%

c) 60% 67.

According to the distortion energy theory, failure will NOT occur when (symbols have the usual meaning) a) * ] +

As per the maximum principal stress theory, when a shaft is subjected to a bending moment M and torque T. and is the allowable stress in axial tension, then the diameter d of the shaft is given by a) b) c) d) = = = = [ [ [ [ √ √ √ √ ] ] ] ]

b) [ c) * +

68. d) * 64. +

All the failure theories give nearly the same result. a) When one of the principal stresses at a point is large in comparison to the other b) When shear stresses act c) When both the principal stresses are numerically equal d) For all situations of stress. 69. If the diameter of a shaft subjected to torque alone is subjected to torque alone is doubled, then the horse power P can be increased to a) 16P b) 8P c) 4P d) 2P A tie bar (20mm ) carries a tensile load of 1KN as shown in the figure below. Under this load, the maximum intensity of stress over the mean value will increase by

A Cube is subjected to equal tensile stress on all the three faces. If the yield stress of the material is ‘ ’ then based on the strain energy theory, then based on the strain energy theory, the maximum tensile stress will be a) b) c) d)

√ √ √ √

65.

A simply supported rectangular beam of span L and depth‘d’ carries a central load W. The ratio of maximum deflection to maximum to maximum bending stress is a) b) c) d)

66.

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70. Consider the following statements regarding a beam of uniform cross-section simply supported at its ends and carrying a concentrated load at one of its middle third points: 1. Its deflection under the load will be maximum. 2. The bending moment under the load will be maximum. 3. The deflection at the midpoint of the span will be maximum. 4. The slope at the nearest support will be maximum. Which of these statements are correct? a) 1 and 3 b) 2 and 4 c) 1 and 2 71. d) 3 and 4 75. A cast iron pipe of 1m diameter is required to withstand a 200m head of water. If the limiting tensile stress of the pipe material is 20MPa, then the thickness of the pipe will be a) 25mm b) 50mm c) 75mm d) 100mm 72. If A be the area of cross-section of a bar, the gauge length for the measurement of ductility will be a) 5.65 b) 5.65 76. c) 6.56 73. d) 6.56 b) 1 c) 2 d) 2 74.

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2 3 1 3 4 4 4 1 3

Which one of the following pairs is NOT correctly matched? a) Visco-elastic : small plastic zone material b) Strain hardening material : stiffening effect felt at some stage c) Orthographic material : Different properties in three perpendicular directions. d) Isotropic material : same physical property in all directions at a point. In a plane stress problem there are normal tensile stresses and accompanied by shear stress at a point along orthogonal Cartesian co-ordinates x and y respectively. If it is observed that the minimum principal stress on a certain plane is zero then. a) =√ b) c) d) =√ =√ √

Match list-I with list-II and select the correct answer using the codes given below the lists: List-I A. Ductility B. Brittleness C. Tenacity D. Toughness List-II Failure without warning Drawn permanently over great changes of shape without rupture Absorption of energy at high stress without rupture High tensile strength

A composite section shown in the figure below was formed at C and was made of two materials A and B. if the coefficient of thermal expansion of A is greater than that of B and the composite section is heated to C, then A and B will be

1. 2. 3. 4.

Codes: A a) 1 B 2 C 4 D 3

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80.

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At a point in a steel member, the major principal stress is 200MPa (tensile) and the minor principal stress is compressive. If the uniaxial tensile yield stress is 250MPa , then according to the maximum shear stress theory, the magnitude of the minor principal stress(compressive) at which yielding will commence is a) 200MPa b) 100MPa c) 50MPa 81. d) 25MPa

a)

Be in tension and compression respectively b) Both be in compression c) Both be in tension d) Be in compression and tension respectively. 77. In a experiment it found that the bulk modulus of a material is equal to its shear modulus. The Poisson’s ratio is a) 0.125 b) 0.250 c) 0.375 78. d) 0.500

A mild steel bar is in two parts having equal lengths. The area of cross-section of part-1 is double than part-2. If the bar carries an axial load P, then the ratio of elongation in part-1 to that in part-2 will be a) 2 b) 4 c) ⁄ d) ⁄

The limit of proportionality of a certain steel sample is 300MPa in simple tension. It is subjected to principal stresses of 150MPa (tensile) 60MPa (tensile) and 30MPa (tensile). According to the maximum principal stress theory, the factor of safety in this case would be a) 10 b) 5 c) 4 d) 2 Shear centre of a semi-circular arc strip of radius ‘r’ will be at a distance of ‘x’ from the centre of the arc, where ‘x’ is equal to a) b) c) d)

82.

79.

A plane rectangular element is subjected to two normal stresses ‘ ’ and ‘ ’ on two mutually perpendicular planes ( ) as shown in the figure.

83.

A high strength steel band- saw of 90mm width and 0.5mm thickness runs over a pulley of 500mm diameter. Assuming E= 200GPa, the maximum flexural stress developed would be a) 100MPa b) 200MPa c) 400MPa d) 500MPa

84.

A beam of square cross-section (B is used as a beam with one diagonal horizontal. The location of the maximum shear stress from the neutral axis will be at distance of a) Zero b) c)

√

d)

Which one of the following statements is NOT true in this regard? a) The planes BC and CD are principal planes. b) Shear stress will act on planes inclined to planes AB and CB c) There will not be any normal stress on planes having maximum shear stress. d) There will not be any shear stress on planes AB and BC

85.

An overhanging beam of uniform EI is loaded as shown in the figure below. The deflection at free end will be

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c) d) 88. a) 86. b) c) d) 1 1

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2 2 4 3 3 4

Match List-I(material) with ListII(characteristic) and select the correct answer using the codes given below the lists: List-I A. Inelastic material B. Rigid plastic material C. Ductile material D. Brittle material List-II 1. No plastic zone 2. Large plastic zone 3. Strain is zero recovered after unloading 4. Strain is zero up to a stresses level and then stress remains constant. Codes: A a) b) c) d) 3 3 4 4 B 4 4 3 3 C 2 1 2 1 D 1 2 1 2

A round bar made of same material consists of 3 parts each of 100mm length having diameters of 40mm. 50mm and 60mm, respectively. If the bar is subjected to an axial load of 10KN, the total elongation of the bar in mm would be (E is the modulus of elasticity in KN/ ) a) b) c) d)

√

( ( ( (

) ) ) )

89.

If a member is subjected to tensile stress of ‘ ’, compressive stress of ‘ ’ and tensile stress of ‘ ’ along the X, Y and Z directions respectively, then the resultant strain ‘ ’ along the X direction would be (E is young’s modulus of elasticity, ‘ ’ is Poisson’s ratio) a) b) c) d) ( ( ( ( ) ) ) )

87.

Match List-I (Property) with ListII(Characteristic) and select the correct answer using the codes given below the lists: List-I A. Fatigue B. Creep C. Plasticity D. Endurance limit List-II 1. Material continues to deform with time under sustained loading 2. Decreased resistance of material to repeated reversals of stress 3. Material has a high portability of not failing under reversals of stress of magnitude below this level 4. Material continues to deform without any further increase in stress. Codes: A a) b) 2 2 B 1 1 C 4 3 D 3 4

90.

A cylindrical bar of 20mm diameter and 1m length is subjected to a tensile test. Its longitudinal strain is 4 times that of its lateral strain. If the modulus of elasticity is 2 N/ , then its modulus of rigidity will be a) 8 N/ b) 8 N/ c) 0.8 N/ d) 0.8 N/ The rectangular block shown in the given figure is subjected to pure shear of intensity ‘q’. if BE represents the principal plane and the principal stresses are then the values of , and will be respectively

91.

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b) c) d) 95.

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( ( √ √ √ ) )

The close-coiled spring shown in fig-I is cut into equal pieces which are combined to form a parallel spring as shown in fig-II. The ratio of the angular twist for the spring in fig-II to that of spring in fig—I due to an axial load P is

a) b) c) d) 92. The state of stresses on an element is shown in the given figure. The values of stresses are (=32MPa); (= -10MPa) and major principal stress (=40MPa). The minor principal stress is 96. a) 1/2 b) 1/ 4 c) 1/ 8 d) 1

Consider the following statements in respect of a thick cylinder subjected to internal pressure: 1. The stress on an element on the outer wall is unidirectional. 2. The stresses on an element on the inner wall are principal stresses. 3. The constants of the Lame’s equation are positive. Which of these statements are correct? a) 1 and 2 b) 1 and 3 d) 1,2 and 3

a) b) c) d)

-22MPa -18MPa 22MPa Indeterminable due to data

c) 2 and 3 97. insufficient

93.

A material of young’s modulus E and Poisson’s ratio is subjected to two principal stresses and at a point in a twodimensional stress system. The strain energy per unit volume of the material is a) b) c) d)

The radius of Mohr’s circle of stress of a strained element is 20N/ and minor principal tensile stress is 10N/ . the major principal stress is a) 30N/ b) 50N/ c) 60N/ d) 100N/

98.

The cross-section of a beam is shown in figure-I. its is equal to 3 .it is subjected to a load as shown in figure-II. The maximum tensile stress in the beam would be:

94.

A shaft of diameter ‘d’ is subjected to bending moment M and twisting moment T. the developed principal stress will be a) √

a) Indeterminable as data is insufficient b) 21MN/

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c) 21KN/ d) 21N/ 99. The shear stress distribution shown in figure-I represents a beam with cross-section.

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of the material of the bar is 0.3, the volumetric strain would be a) 2 b) 3 c) 4 d) 5

100. Match list-I with list-II and select the correct answer using the codes given below the lists: List-I A. Tenacity B. Plasticity C. Ductility D. Malleability List –II 1. 2. 3. 4. Continues to deform without much increase of stress Ultimate strength in tension Extension in a direction without rupture Ability to be drawn out by tension to a small section without rupture.

103. A square plate (a ) rigidly held at three edges is free to move along the fourth edge. If temperature of the plate is raised by temperature ‘t’, then the free expansion at the fourth edge will be ( coefficient of thermal expansion of the material= , modulus of elasticity of the material=E and its Poisson’s ratio= ) a) t b) c) d) 104. Match list-I(elastic constant) with listII(definition) and select the correct answer using the codes given below the lists: List-I A. young’s modulus B. Poisson’s ratio C. Bulk modulus D. Rigidity modulus List-II ( )

Codes: A a) b) c) d) 2 2 1 1 B 1 1 2 2 C 4 3 4 3 D 3 4 3 4

1. 2. 3. 4.

101. A steel bar 300mm long and having 24mm diameter, is turned down to 18mm diameter for one third of its length. It is heated C above room temperature, clamped at both ends and then allowed to cool to room temperature. If the distance between the clamps is unchanged, the maximum stress in the bar( = 12.5 C and E=200GN/ ) is a) 25MN/ b) 50MN/ c) 75MN/ d) 100MN/

Lateral strain to linear strain within elastic limit. Stress to strain within elastic limit Shear stress to shear strain within elastic limit Direct stress to corresponding volumetric strain.

Codes: A a) b) c) d) 3 2 2 3 B 1 1 4 4 C 4 4 1 1 D 2 3 3 2

105. For a linear, elastic, isotropic material, the number of independent elastic constants is a) 1 b) 2 c) 3 d) 4

102. A bar of uniform section is subjected to axial tensile loads such that the normal strain in the direction is 1.25mm per m. if the poisons ratio

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106. Match list-I ( theory of failures) with list-II (scientists) and select the correct answer using the codes given below the lists: List-I A. Maximum principal stress theory B. Maximum shear stress theory C. Maximum principal strain theory D. Maximum distortion energy theory List-II 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. St. Venant Beltrami and Haigh Tresca Von-Mises Rankine c) 10(

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)

⁄

d) 10(

)

⁄

110. The principal stresses at a point in a strained material are ‘ ’ and ‘ ’. The resultant stress ‘ ’ on the plane carrying the maximum shear stress would be a)

( )

⁄

b) * c) [ [ d)

+

⁄

] ]

⁄

⁄

Codes: A a) b) c) d) 5 5 3 3 B 3 1 5 1 C 1 2 1 2 D 4 4 2 5

111. If a prismatic member having area of crosssection A is subjected to a tensile load P, then the maximum shear stress and its inclination with the direction of load will be a) c) and and b) d) and and

107. A member is made of structural steel. When it is subjected to simple tension, the limit of proportionally is 280N/ .if the principal stresses and developed in the member are 100N/ (tensile) and 40N/ (compressive) respectively and Poisson’s ratio is 0.30, then the factor of safety according to maximum shear stress theory would be a) 2.75 b) 2.5 c) 2.25 d) 2.0

112. A test is conducted on a beam loaded by end couples. The fibers at layer CD are found to lengthen by 0.03mm and fibers at layer AB shorten by 0.09mm in 20mm gauge length as shown in the figure. Taking E= 2 N/ , the flexural stress at top fibers would be

108. A solid shaft of 100mm diameter in a small hydraulic turbine is subjected to an axial compressive load of 100 KN and a torque of 5 KN-m. the maximum shearing stress induced in the shaft is a) 20√ N/ b) 20√ N/ c) 20√ N/ d) 20√ N/

a) b) c) d)

900N/ 1000N/ 1200N/ 1200N/

tensile tensile tensile compressive

109. A solid circular shaft is subjected to a torque T(in Nm), which produces a maximum shear stress of (in N// in the shaft. The required diameter of the shaft would be a) 10( )

⁄

113. Which one of the following rules ascertains the maximum permissible eccentricity of loads on circular column so that stresses will always be compressive? a) Middle fourth rule b) Middle third rule c) Middle half rule d) Middle two-third rule. 114. A bar AB of diameter 40mm and 4mm long is rigidly fixed at its ends. A torque of 600Nm is applied at a section of the bar, 1m from end A.

b) 10(

)

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119. The ratio of tensile stress developed in the wall of a boiler in the longitudinal direction to the tensile stress in the circumferential direction due to an internal pressure is a) 4 b) 2 c) ⁄ d) ⁄ 120. In a two dimensional stress system, the two principal stresses are of 180N/ (tensile) and (compressive). For the material, yield stress in simple tension and compression is 240N/ and Poisson’s ratio is 0.25. according to maximum normal strain theory, the value of at which yielding will commence, is a) 240N/ b) 180N/ c) 195N/ d) 200N/

115. A short hollow CI column section A is 150 and the section modulus z = 10 carries (i) An axial load of 250KN, and (ii) A load of 50KN on a bracket, the load line being 500mm from the axis of the column The maximum and minimum stress intensities are a) 50N/ tensile and 10N/ compressive b) 45N/ compressive and 5N/ tensile c) 55N/ compressive and 5N/ tensile d) 60N/ tensile and 10N/ compressive 116. The strain energy in a member is proportional to a) Total strain multiplied by the volume of the member b) Product of stress and the corresponding strain c) Product of strain and young’s modulus of the material d) The maximum strain multiplied by the length of the member. 117. Strain energy in torsion of a shaft per unit volume is given by (q is maximum shear stress, E-modulus of elasticity and G is modulus of rigidity) a) b) c) d)

121. Which of the following points are considered while deriving the formula 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. ? Type of material Transverse shear force The stresses in the remaining principal direction. Linear variation of strain

Select the correct answer using the codes given below: a) 1,2 and 4 b) 2,3 and 5 d) 1 and 3

c) 4 and 5

122. A beam has a triangular cross-section having base 40mm and altitude 60mm. if this section is subjected to a shear force of 36000N, the maximum shear stress in the cross-section would be a) 60N/ b) 36N/ c) 45N/ d) 30N/

118. Creep is the gradual increase of a) Plastic strain with time at constant load b) Elastic strain with time at constant load c) Plastic strain with time at varying load d) Elastic strain with time at varying load

123. A rectangular beam of width 200mm and depth 300mm is subjected to a shear force of 200KN. The maximum shear stress produced in the beam is a) 10.0MPa b) 7.5MPa c) 5.0MPa d) 3.33MPa

124. Consider the following statements:

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Mohr’s circle is used to determine the stress on an oblique section of a body subjected to 1. Direct tensile stress on one plane accompanied by a shear stress 2. Direct tensile stress in two mutually perpendicular directions accompanied by a simple shear stress. 3. Direct tensile stress in two mutually perpendicular directions. 4. A simple shear stress Select the correct answer using the codes given below: a) 1 and 4 b) 2 and 3 d) 1,2 and 3

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128. Creep of a material is a property indicated by a) A time dependent strain of the material b) Elongation of the material due to changes in the material properties c) Shortening caused by shrinkage of the member d) The decrease in the volume of the material affected by the weather conditions. 129. Resilience is a) Maximum strain energy b) Recoverable strain energy c) Total potential energy d) Shear strain energy( beyond Hooke’s law) 130. A member having length L, cross-sectional area A and modulus of elasticity E is subjected to an axial load W. the strain energy stored in this member is a) c) d) b)

c) 1,2,3 and 4

125. A bar of square cross-section, having an area of cross-section A is subjected to a compressive force P as shown in the figure

The intensity of the tangential stress on the oblique plane is given by a) c) d) b) 131. Match List-I(material) with List-II(properties) and select the correct answer using the codes given below the lists: List-I A. Isotropic B. Homogeneous C. Visco-elastic D. Brittle List-II 127. ‘ ’ And ‘ ’ are two equal tensile principal stresses. On the plane AB inclined at to the plane of ‘ ’ as shown in the figure below, 1. 2. 3. 4. Time dependent stress-strain relation No plastic zone Identical properties in all directions Similar properties throughout the volume

126. The bulk modulus of elasticity of a material is twice its modulus of rigidity. The Poisson’s ratio of the material is ⁄ ⁄ ⁄ a)

⁄

Codes: A a) b) c) d) 3 4 3 4 B 1 1 4 3 C 2 2 1 2 D 4 3 2 1

a) b) c) d)

The shear stress is maximum The normal stress is zero The shear stress is zero The normal stress is maximum

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132. The material in which large deformation is possible before the absolute failure or rupture is termed as a) Brittle b) elastic c) ductile d) plastic

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d) There is no shear stress but equal direct stresses, opposite in nature, in two mutually perpendicular directions 137. The given figure shows the stress condition of an element. The principal stresses are

133. The shear stress distribution for a rectangular section under the action of shear force S is shown below. The rectangular section is . Select the correct shear stress distribution from the following:

a)

b)

c)

d)

138. If the principal stresses at a point in a stressed body are 150KN/ tensile and 50KN/ compressive, then the maximum shear stress at this point will be a) 100KN/ b) 150KN/ c) 200KN/ d) 250KN/

134. As per the elastic theory of design, the factor of safety is the ratio of a) Working stress to stress at the limit of proportionality b) Yield stress to working stress c) Ultimate stress to working stress d) Ultimate load to load at yield. 135. The principal strains at a point are +800 cm/cm, +400 cm/cm and 1200 cm/cm. the volumetric strain is equal to a) +1200 cm/cm b) +800 cm/cm c) -1200 cm/cm d) Zero 136. The radius of Mohr’s circle is zero when the state of stress is such that a) Shear stress is zero b) There is pure shear c) There is no shear stress but identical direct stresses in two mutually perpendicular directions.

139. In the Mohr’s circle for strains, radius of Mohr’s circle gives the a) Minimum value of normal strain b) Maximum value of normal strain c) Maximum value of shear strain d) Half of maximum value of shear strain 140. A brass bar of solid section is encased in a steel tube as shown in the diagram below.

The coefficient of expansion of steel is 11.2 C and the coefficient of expansion brass is 16.5 x 10-6 C .the composite bar is heated through C. now consider the following statements: 1. The stress in the brass will be tensile 2. The stress in the steel will be tensile 3. The stress in the steel will be compressive 4. The stress in the brass will be compressive. Which of these statements are correct? a) 1 and 2 b) 1 and 3 d) 2 and 3

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141. For the plane stress situation shown in the diagram below, what is the maximum shear stress?

a)

Zero, when X and Y axes are rotated clockwise b) Zero, at all positions of orientation of X and Y axes c) 20MPa, at all positions of orientation of X and Y axes d) -20MPa, when X and Y axes are rotated anticlockwise. 142. In a piece of stressed material, the principal stress are = 3.0KN/ tensile and =7.0 KN/ compressive as shown in the diagram below:

144. In a plane strain condition in the XY plane, the strain components associated with XY axes are =800 , =100 . What are the principal strains of these strain values? a) 981 , b) 891 , c) 881 , d) 839 , 145. In a plane strain case in the XY plane, normal strain in X and Y directions are equal to zero and shear strain is equal to 3 . What is the value of diameter of Mohr’s circle of strain for these strain values? a) b) c) d) 6 3 1.5 Zero

The line of action of the tensile stress makes an angle = to the normal to the plane AB. what is the normal stress ? a) +0.5KN/ b) -1.5KN/ c) +2.0KN/ d) -2.5KN/

146. For a case of plane stress, =40MN/ , = 0, =80MN/ . What are the principal stresses (in MN/ ) and their orientation with x and y axes? a) b) c) d) 147. A thin rod 10mm diameter is subjected to a tensile force of 7850N. What are the principal stresses and maximum shear stresses and maximum shear stress? a) 70MPa, 50MPa, 10MPa b) 100MPa, zero, 50MPa c) 100MPa, 50MPa, 25MPa d) 100MPa,zero,zero 148. Are normal and shear stresses on the x and y faces. What is the radius of Mohr’s circle in terms of these stresses? a) b) + √( ) )

143. A thin wooden plate PQRS is made by gluing two pieces of wood along PR as shown in the diagram below.

If = -30MPa, = 10MPa and =0, then what is the normal stress on the surface PR? a) -10MPa b) -20MPa c) 10MPa d) 20MPa

c)

d) √(

149. Consider the following statements:

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Assertion (A): A plane stress system consists of two principal stresses and and a plane strain system consists of two principal strains = /E and = /E. both the systems are identical. Reason(R): stress is proportional to strain. Of these statements ) Both A and R are true and R is the correct explanation of A Both A and R is true but R is not a correct explanation of A A is true but R is false A is false but R is true 150. The maximum shear stress produced in a shaft is 5N/ . The shaft is of 40mm diameter. What is the approximate value of twisting moment? a) 628N-m b) 63N-m c) 126N-m d) 251N-m

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154. For a state of plane stresses and . What are the values of the maximum inplane shearing stresses and absolute maximum shearing stress? a) ( MPa b) ( c) ( d) ( MPa MPa MPa

155. What is the ratio of maximum shear stress to average shear stress for a circular section? a) 2 b) ⁄ c) ⁄ d) ⁄ 156. If the young’s modulus ‘E’ is equal to the bulk modulus ‘K’ , then what is the value of the Poisson’s ratio? ⁄ a) b) ⁄ c) ⁄ d) ⁄ 157. What is the total strain energy of a member subjected to an axial stress f(E= young’s modulus)? a) ( ) volume of bar volume of bar volume of bar volume of bar

151. At a certain point in a structural member, there are perpendicular stresses 80N/ and 20N/ , both tensile. What is the equivalent stress in simple tension, according to the maximum principal strain theory? (Poisson’s ratio= 0.25) a) Zero b) 20N/ c) 60N/ d) 75N/

b) ( ) c) ( )

d) ( )

152. In a plane strain problem in XY plane, the shear strain= 12 , and the normal strain in X and Y direction= 0.for this state of strain, what is the diameter of the Mohr’s circle of strain? a) 6 b) 8 c) 12 d) 24

158. If G is the modulus of rigidity, E the modulus of elasticity and the Poisson’s ratio for a material, then what is the expression for G? a) G= b) G= d) G=

c) G=

153. At a certain point in a strained material, there are two mutually perpendicular stresses =100N/ (tensile) and = 50N/ (compressive). [Notation: tension (+); compression (-)] What are the values of the principal stresses in N/ at that point? a) 100,-50 b) -100,50 d) -75,25

159. A bar of 40mm diameter and 400mm length is subjected to an axial load of 100KN. It elongates by 0.150mm and the diameter decreases by 0.005mm. What is the Poisson’s ratio of the material of the bar? a) 0.25 b) 0.28 c) 0.33 d) 0.37 160. The Mohr’s circle given above corresponds to which one of the following stress conditions

c) 75,-25

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X=0 b) x=(2/3) D d) x=D

c) x=(3/4)D

161. A horizontal beam shown in the figure given below is subjected to transverse loading. Which one of the following diagrams represents the distribution of shear force along the cross-section?

164. In a two-dimensional stress system, the two principal stresses are = 180N/ (tensile), and which is compressive. For the material yield stress in simple tension and compression is 240N/ and Poisson’s ratio is 0.25. According to maximum normal strain theory, for what values of , shall yielding commence? a) 240N/ b) 180N/ c) 195N/ d) 200N/

165. If and are the principal stress at a point in a strained material with Young’s modulus E and Poisson’s ratio 1/m, then what is the principal strain? a) c) 162. Which one of the following diagrams indicates the shear distribution for the beam as shown in the figure below? b) d)

166. If the maximum principal stress for an element under bi-axial stress situation is 100MPa (tensile) and the maximum shear stress is also 100MPa, then what is the other principal stress? a) 200MPa(tensile) b) 200MPa(compressive) c) 100MPa(compressive) d) Zero 167. What is the correct sequence of the following metals in the decreasing order of their Poisson’s ratio? 1. Aluminum 2. Cast iron 3. Steel Select the correct answer using the codes given below: a) 1-2-3 c) 1-3-2 b) 2-1-3 d) 3-1-2

163. A beam of square cross-section is placed horizontally with one diagonal horizontal as shown in the figure below. It is subjected to a vertical shear force acting along the depth of cross section. Maximum shear stress across the depth of cross-section occurs at a depth ‘x’ from the top. What is the value of x?

168. A steel rod, 100mm long is held between two rigid supports. It is heated by C. if the coefficient of thermal expansion of the material of the rod is 15 C and

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modulus of elasticity is 200 what is the stress in the rod? a) 20MN/ b) 40MN/ c) 60MN/ d) 80MN/ MN/ ,

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169. An element is subjected to stress as given below.

173. Consider the following statements: Mohr’s strain circle can be drawn 1. For plane stress conditions 2. If strains in three directions are known 3. If strains on two mutually perpendicular planes are known Which of these statements are correct? a) 1,2 and 3

For this state of stress, what is the maximum shear stress? a) 2.5MPa b) 5MPa c) 10MPa d) 15MPa

b) 2 and 3 only c) 1 and 2 only d) 1 and 3 only 174. What is the angle between principal stresses and maximum shear strain axis? a) b) c) d)

170. If modulus of elasticity of a material is 189.8GN/ and its Poisson’s ratio is 0.30, what is the approximate value of shear modulus of the material? a) 73GN/ b) 93.3GN/ c) 103.9GN/ d) 123.3GN/

171. A 20cm long rod of uniform rectangular section, 8mm wide 1.2mm thick is bent into the form of a circular arc resulting in a central displacement of 0.8cm. Neglecting secondorder quantities in computations, what is the longitudinal surface strain (approximate) in the rod? a) 7.2 b) 8.4 c) 9.6 d) 10.8

175. In a strained material, the principal stresses in x and y directions in the x and y directions are 100N/ (tensile) and 60N/ (compressive). On an inclined plane, the normal to which makes an angle to the xaxis, what is the tangential stress in N/ ? a) c) 60 √ b) d) 40 √

172. Mohr’s stress circle helps in determining which of the following? 1. Normal stresses on one plane. 2. Normal and tangential stresses on two planes 3. Principal stresses in all three directions 4. Inclination of principal planes. Select the correct answer using the codes given below: a) 1 and 2 only

176. According to maximum shear stress criterion, at what ratio of maximum shear stress to yield stress of material does the yielding of the material take place? a) 2 b) 2/√ c) 1/√ d) ⁄

b) 2 and 3 only c) 3 and 4 only d) 2 and 4 only

177. At what value of the ultimate shear strength, shall the material under the action of uniform axial tension fail due to shear? a) < 0.5 times the ultimate tensile strength b) < 0.7 times the ultimate tensile strength c) = ultimate tensile strength d) > the ultimate tensile strength

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178. The value of modulus of elasticity for a material is 200GN/ and Poisson’s ratio is 0.25. What is its modulus of rigidity? a) 250GN/ b) 320GN/ c) 125GN/ d) 80GN/

Topic : Strength of Materials

170. A circular shaft is subjected to a bending moment and a twisting moment . What is the ratio of maximum shear stress and the maximum bending stress? a) b) d)

165. A stepped column carries loads as show below. What is the max normal stress in the column at B in the larger diameter column?

c)

171. A square steel bar of 50mm side and 5m long is subjected to a load where upon it absorbs strain energy of 100J. What is its modulus of resilience? a) b) 125 a) b) c) d) c) d) 100 N-mm/ /N-mm N-mm/ /N-mm

166. What is the nature of stress in a ceiling fan rod? a) Bending b) tensile c) compressive d) shear

167. What is the diameter of Mohr’s circle of stress for the state of stress shown below?

172. A solid metal bar of uniform sectional area throughout its length hangs vertically from its upper end. Details of the bar are: length =6m, material density = 8 N/ and 2 N/ . What will be the total elongation of the bar in mm? a) c) b) d)

a)

20

b) 10√ d) zero

c) 10

168. If a body carries two unlike principal stresses, what is the maximum shear stress? a) Half the difference of magnitude of the principal stresses b) Half the sum of the magnitude of principal stresses. c) Difference of the magnitude of principal stresses d) Sum of the magnitude of principal stresses 169. In a biaxial strain system and , what is the maximum engineering shearing strain? a) b) c) d)

173. A circular rod of diameter 30mm and length 200mm is subjected to a tensile force. The extension in rod is 0.09mm and change in diameter is 0.0045mm. What is the Poisson’s ratio of the material of the rod? a) 0.30 b) 0.32 c) 0.33 d) 0.35

174. For a material having modulus of elasticity equal to 208GPa and Poisson’s ratio equal to 0.3, what is the modulus of rigidity? a) 74.0GPa b) 80.0GPa c) 100.0GPa d) 128.5GPa

175. Given E as the young’s modulus of elasticity of a material, what can be the minimum value of its bulk modulus of elasticity? a) b) c) d)

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Major Principal Stress is compressive. If the uniaxial tensile yield stress is 240N/ at which yielding will commence? a) 120 tension b) 90 tension c) 80 compression d) 60 compression

176. At a point in a piece of stressed material the stresses are: = KN/ tensile (normal) = = KN/ (shearing) Although the values of and are not known yet the principal stresses are equal to each other being (5KN/ ). What is the radius of Mohr’s circle? a) 2.5 + ( ) b) 2.5+ d) 2.5

c) zero

177. What is the radius of Mohr’s circle in case of bi-axial state of stress? a) Half of the sum of the two principal stresses b) Half the difference of the two principal stresses c) Difference of the two principal stresses d) Sum of the two principal stresses. 178. A mild steel bar of square cross-section 25mm 25mm is 1m long. It is subjected to bi-axial stresses = 480N/ (tension) and = 400N/ (compression). E= 2 N/ , = 0.3, what is the elongation of the bar in mm in x direction? a) 1.0 b) 1.5 c) 2.0 d) 3.0 179. Figure below shows a state of plane stress.

181. An element of a structure is subjected to two principal stresses and . = 200N/ (tensile) Is compressive The yield stress both in simple tension and compression for the material is 240N/ , Poisson’s ratio =0.25; what is the value of in N/ as per maximum normal strain theory at which the yield of material will commence? a) 240 b) 200 c) 180 d) 160 182. A timber beam is 100mm wide and 150mm deep. The beam is simply supported and carries a central concentrated load W. if the maximum stress in shear is 2N/ , what would be the corresponding load W on the beam? a) 20KN b) 30KN c) 40KN d) 25KN

183. A 40mm diameter shaft is subjected to a twisting moment . If shear stress developed in shaft is 5N/ , what is the value of the twisting moment? a) 628.8N-m b) 328.4N-m If the minimum principal stress is 7MN/ then what is the value of ? a) 30MN/ b) 68MN/ c) 98MN/ d) 105MN/ c) 62.8N-m d) 30.4N-m

180. The details of the principal stresses at a certain point in a steel member are as follows: Major Principal Stress =180N/ (tensile)

184. Torsion applied to a circular shaft results in a twist of over a length of 1m. The maximum shear stress induced is 120N/ and the modulus of rigidity of the shaft material is 0.8 N/ . What is the radius of the shaft? a) b) c) d)

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c) (-50,0) d) (50,0)

185. A mild steel rod tapers uniformly from 30mm diameter to 12mm diameter in a length of 300mm. the rod is subjected to an axial load of 12KN.E= 2 N/ . What is the extension of the rod in mm? a) b) c) d)

191.Consider the following statements for a beam of rectangular cross-section and uniform flexural rigidity EI subjected to pure bending: 1. The bending stresses have the maximum magnitude at the top and bottom of the cross-section. The bending stresses vary linearly through the depth of the cross-section. The bending stresses vary parabolically through the depth of cross-section.

186. Poisson’s ratio is defined as the ratio of a) Longitudinal stress and longitudinal strain b) Lateral strain and longitudinal strain c) Longitudinal stress and lateral stress d) Lateral stress and longitudinal stress 187. A solid shaft rotating at 180rpm is subjected to a mean torque of 5000N-m. What is the power transmitted by the shaft in KW? a) 25 b) 20 c) 60 d) 30

2. 3.

Which of these statements is/are correct? a) 1,2 and 3 b) 1 only d) 1 and 2 only

c) 2 only

188.A solid circular shaft subjected to a torque T produces maximum shear stress , which is the maximum principal value in the material. The corresponding diameter of the shaft should be a) √ b) √

192. The Limit of proportionality in the material of a structural steel member, when subjected to simple tension, is 280N/ . The principal in the member are = 122N/ (tensile) and = 60N/ (compressive). = 0.3. according to maximum strain theory, the factor of safety is a) 2.5 b) 1.5 c) 2 d) 3

c) √

d) √

193.A square element is subjected to principal stresses in N/ as shown in figure below. The intensity of normal stress on plane BD is

189.A simply supported beam of T-section is subjected to a uniformly distributed load acting vertically downward. Its neutral axis is located at 25mm from the top of the flange and the total depth of the section is 100mm. the ratio of maximum tensile stress to maximum compressive stress in the beam is a) 2.0 b) 2.5 c) 3.0 d) 4.0

a)

200√

b) 100 d) 0

c) 200

190.A two-dimensional stress system has like stresses = 100N/ and = 200N/ in two mutually perpendicular directions. The x, y, co-ordinates of the center of the Mohr’s circle are a) (0,150) b) (150,0)

194.Consider the following statements: If there is a state of pure shear then at a point

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c) Maximum shear stress theory d) Maximum strain energy theory

Which of these statements is/are correct? a) 1 only b) 1 and 2 d) 3 and 4

198.In a strained material, the principal stresses in the x and y directions respectively are 100N/ (tensile) and 60N/ (compressive). On an inclined plane, the normal to which makes an angle of to the X-axis, the major principal stress, in N/ , would be a) 60 b) 80 c) 20 d) 40

c) 2 and 3

195.A point in two-dimensional stress state subjected to biaxial stress is shown in the figure below. What is the normal stress acting on the plane AB?

199.Which one of the following statements is correct? a) b) a)Principal stress is defined as the shear stresses on planes on which the normal stress is maximum or minimum. Principal stress is defined as the shear stresses on planes on which the

a) c)

Zero

b) d)

b)The centre of Mohr’s for a two dimensional stress system always lies in the y-axis(adopting conventional axes notation) c) The plane of maximum shear stress is inclined to the plane of principal stress at an angle d) In case of biaxial state of normal stresses, the normal stresses on plane is equal to the sum of normal stresses.

196.Assertion (A): The principal of superposition is valid whenever the strain or stress to be obtained is directly proportional to the applied loads. Reason(R): strain energy depends on the product of stress and strain. Codes: a) Both A and R are true and R is the correct explanation of A b) Both A and R are true but R is not a correct explanation of A c) A is true but R is false d) A is false but R is true

200.Consider the following statements: 1. 2. 3. Failure occurs beyond elastic limit Rupture takes place immediately after elastic limit. Permanent set occurs beyond elastic limit.

197.Which of the following theories of failure is most appropriate for a brittle material? a) Maximum principal strain theory b) Maximum principal stress theory

Which of these are considered in the theories of failure? a) 1,2 and 3 b) 1 and 3 only

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c) 2 and 3 only d) 1 and 2 only a)

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Elastic b) isotropic d) homogeneous

c) orthotropic 201.Consider the following salient points in a stress-strain curve of a mild steel bar: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Yield point Breaking point Yield plateau Proportionality limit Ultimate point The correct sequence in which they occur while testing they occur while testing the mild steel bar in tension from initial zero strain to failure is a) 4,1,2,3 and 5 b) 1,4,3, 5 and 2 c) 4,1,3,5 and 2 d) 1,4,2,3 and 5 202.Assertion(A): a material is incompressible if its Poisson’s ratio is 0.5 Reason(R): the bulk modulus K is related to modulus K is related to modulus of elasticity E and to Poisson’s ratio as per well known relationship a) Both A and R are true and R is correct explanation of A b) Both A and R are true R is not the correct explanation of A c) A is true but R is false d) A is false but R is true a) b) c) d)

205.Two circular mild steel bars A and B of equal lengths l have diameters = 2cm and = 3cm. each is subjected to a tensile load of magnitude P. the ratio of the elongations of the bars ⁄ is a) 2/ 3 b) 3/ 4 d) 9/4

c) 4/ 9

206.In a two dimensional stress system, the radius of the Mohr’s circle represents Maximum normal stress Minimum normal stress Minimum shear stress Maximum shear stress

188. In a plane stress problem, there are normal tensile stresses and with , accompanied by shear stress at a point 207. In a plane stress problem, there are normal stresses with accompanied by shear stress at a point in the x-y plane. If it is observed that the minimum principal stress on a certain section is zero, then a) √ b) c) d) √ √ √

203.If A= cross sectional area E= Young’s modulus of elasticity G= modulus of rigidity I= moment of inertia J= polar moment of inertia Then Torsional rigidity is given by a) AE b) GE c) EI d) GJ

204.If a material has identical elastic properties in all directions, it is said to be

208. Steel has proportionally limit of 300MPA in simple tension. It is subjected to principal stresses of 120MPa (tensile), 60MPa (tensile) and 30MPa (compressive). What is the factor of safety according to maximum stress theory? a) 1.5 b) 1.75 c) 1.8 d) 2.0

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209. A cylindrical shell of 100cm diameter made of mild steel is to be subjected to an internal pressure of 10kg/ . If the material yields at a stress of 200Kg/ ,assuming factor of safety as 4 and using maximum principal stress theory, the requisite thickness of the plate will be a) 8mm b) 10mm c) 12mm d) 15mm c) √

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d) √

210. According to maximum shear stress failure theory, yielding occurs in the material when a) Max. shear stress= yield stress b) Max. shear stress=2 times yield stress c) Max. shear stress =1/2 of yield stress d) Max. shear stress= √ times yield stress 211. A simply supported beam of span L carries a concentrated load W at its midspan. If the width b of the beam is constant throughout the span, then, with permissible stress as , the depth of the beam at mid-span will be a) b) √

c)

d) √

212. A rectangular beam of width 100mm is subjected to a maximum shear force of 60KN. The corresponding maximum shear stress in the cross-section is 4N/ . The depth of the beam should be a) 200mm b) 150mm c) 100mm d) 225mm

213. A solid shaft of circular cross-section is subjected to torque T which produces a maximum shear stress in the shaft. The diameter of the shaft will be a) √ b) √

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