- 2013 S1_ME
- Assignment 2 - Thickness Calculation of Closed Heads
- 2009-09-00 INGAA Foundation White Paper ID of Pipe With Low and Variable Properties Search Able
- MECH3020 Lecture 1 Students
- 1 - 2 BE-335-MOM-II-Week-1
- Strength of Materials Multiple Choice Questions
- Thick Cylinder
- 1
- caso real 5.pdf
- 856200904 a 05
- Thick Wall Cylinder
- As Me Part 6
- SandStat 4
- PNNL-22070
- HW2 With Solutions
- 9A03504 Design of Machine Elements I 2
- 24-11
- Httpwww Bg Utp Edu Plartjok32007jo20kones20200720no20320vol201420grzadziela
- 03_2D_beam
- dme quest ut-2
- Design Book
- Determination of structural behavior of a unreinforced masonry Clock Tower using FEM analysis
- Stress Patterns
- Ductile Bolted Connections
- ADA307777.pdf
- ISRM-Is-1978-019Three Practical Examples for the Interaction Between Concrete Dams and Foundation Rock
- Castelazzi Et Al 2013
- Behavior of Concr e 00 Tang
- Uniform Temperature Predictions and Temperature Gradient Effects.pdf
- A Biaxial Flexure Test for Evaluating Ceramic Strengths
- 89B.docx
- 92B.docx
- 87B.docx
- 93B.docx
- 99B.docx
- 90B.docx
- 98B.docx
- 97B.docx
- 94B.docx
- 85B.docx
- 86B.docx
- 96B.docx
- 91B.docx
- 88B.docx
- 95B.docx
- 78B.docx
- 81B.docx
- 79B.docx
- 74B.docx
- 76B.docx
- 84B.docx
- 82B.docx
- 75B.docx
- 83B.docx
- 80B.docx
- 72B.docx
- 77B.docx
- 73B.docx
- 71B.docx
- 70B.docx

Topic : Strength of Materials

MODULE-19B

Thin walled pressure vessels,

1. A thin-walled long cylindrical tank of inside radius r is subjected simultaneously to internal gas pressure p and axial compressive force F at its ends. In order to produce 'pure shear' state of stress in the wall of the cylinder, F should be equal to (a) pr2 (b) 2 pr2 2 (c) 3 pr (d) 4 pr2 A thin walled cylindrical pressure vessel having a radius of 0.5m and wall thickness of 25mm is subjected to an internal pressure of 700kPa. The hoop stress developed is (A) 14MPa (B) 1.4MPa (C) 0.14MPa (D) 0.014MPa c) 6. 1.0 d) 0.5

A thin cylindrical shell of internal diameter D and thickness‘t’ is subjected to internal pressure ‘p’ the change in diameter is given by a) b) c) d)

2.

7.

3.

A thin cylindrical steel pressure vessel of diameter 6cm and wall thickness 3mm is subjected to an internal fluid pressure of intensity ‘P’. if the ultimate strength of steel 3600kg/ , the bursting pressure will be a) 18kg/ b) 36kg/ c) 180kg/ d) 8.

A thin cylindrical tube with closed ends is subjected to: 1. Longitudinal stress =14N/ 2. Hoop stress =2N/ 3. Shearing stress = 8N/ Then the maximum shearing stress is a) 14N/ b) 12N/ d) 8N/

c) 10N/

4.

Which one of the following pairs is not correctly matched? a) Lame’s constants : thick cylinder b) Macaulay’s method : deflection of beam c) Euler’s method: theory of column d) Eddy’s theorem : torsion of shafts Two closed thin vessels, one cylindrical and the other spherical with equal internal diameter and wall thickness are subjected to equal internal fluid pressure. The ratio of hoop stresses in the cylindrical to that of spherical vessel is a) 4.0 b) 2.0

For the analysis of thick cylinders, the theory applicable is a) Lame’s theory b) Rankie’s theory c) Poisson’s theory d) Courbon’s theory A thin hollow cylinder of hollow cylinder ‘d’, length L and thickness ‘t’ is subjected to an internal pressure ‘p’. the hoop stress in the cylinder is a) c) b) d)

9.

5.

JH ACADEMY

Page 1

**Sub: Structural Engineering
**

10. A thin cylinder of thickness ‘t’, width ‘b’ and internal radius ‘r’ is subjected to a pressure ‘p’ on the entire internal surface. What is the change in radius of the cylinder? ( Is the Poisson’s ratio and E is the modulus of elasticity)? a) c) b) d)

Topic : Strength of Materials

11. A thin cylindrical tube closed at ends is subjected to internal pressure. A torque is also applied to the tube. The principal stresses developed are 80.0 units and 20.0 units respectively. If the yield stress is 240 units, then what is the factor of safety according to maximum shear stress theory? a) 3.00 b) 4.00 c) 5.00 d) 6.00

12. A thin cylinder of unit length, thickness‘t’ and radius ‘r’ is subjected to internal pressure ‘p’. What is the circumferential stress? a) pr/2Et b) pr/2t c) pr/t d) 2pr/t

JH ACADEMY

Page 2

- 2013 S1_MEUploaded byavenasha
- Assignment 2 - Thickness Calculation of Closed HeadsUploaded byKhuldoon
- 2009-09-00 INGAA Foundation White Paper ID of Pipe With Low and Variable Properties Search AbleUploaded bypalblackburn
- MECH3020 Lecture 1 StudentsUploaded byTyler Brown
- 1 - 2 BE-335-MOM-II-Week-1Uploaded bySohaib Latif
- Strength of Materials Multiple Choice QuestionsUploaded byGnana Subramanian Arumugam
- Thick CylinderUploaded bydeepakmitr
- 1Uploaded byRodrigo Sangay Huaripata
- caso real 5.pdfUploaded byCarlosDanielClavijoGranados
- 856200904 a 05Uploaded byzugabere
- Thick Wall CylinderUploaded bychuckhsu1248
- As Me Part 6Uploaded bySrinivasan Anushya Subbaraj
- SandStat 4Uploaded byNedžadDžoko
- PNNL-22070Uploaded byRoman Krautschneider
- HW2 With SolutionsUploaded byCash Monie
- 9A03504 Design of Machine Elements I 2Uploaded byprasaad08
- 24-11Uploaded bykkppkk1
- Httpwww Bg Utp Edu Plartjok32007jo20kones20200720no20320vol201420grzadzielaUploaded byBill Erick Castillo
- 03_2D_beamUploaded byBakkiya Raj
- dme quest ut-2Uploaded byaadhithyarajasekaran
- Design BookUploaded bymollikamin
- Determination of structural behavior of a unreinforced masonry Clock Tower using FEM analysisUploaded byAJER JOURNAL
- Stress PatternsUploaded byPeter Mwangi
- Ductile Bolted ConnectionsUploaded byhangarrod
- ADA307777.pdfUploaded byPierluigi Romano
- ISRM-Is-1978-019Three Practical Examples for the Interaction Between Concrete Dams and Foundation RockUploaded byamy75
- Castelazzi Et Al 2013Uploaded byIvan
- Behavior of Concr e 00 TangUploaded byAlexandreSidant
- Uniform Temperature Predictions and Temperature Gradient Effects.pdfUploaded byAnonymous FeKwuFM
- A Biaxial Flexure Test for Evaluating Ceramic StrengthsUploaded bykhoagle

- 89B.docxUploaded byJamie Schultz
- 92B.docxUploaded byJamie Schultz
- 87B.docxUploaded byJamie Schultz
- 93B.docxUploaded byJamie Schultz
- 99B.docxUploaded byJamie Schultz
- 90B.docxUploaded byJamie Schultz
- 98B.docxUploaded byJamie Schultz
- 97B.docxUploaded byJamie Schultz
- 94B.docxUploaded byJamie Schultz
- 85B.docxUploaded byJamie Schultz
- 86B.docxUploaded byJamie Schultz
- 96B.docxUploaded byJamie Schultz
- 91B.docxUploaded byJamie Schultz
- 88B.docxUploaded byJamie Schultz
- 95B.docxUploaded byJamie Schultz
- 78B.docxUploaded byJamie Schultz
- 81B.docxUploaded byJamie Schultz
- 79B.docxUploaded byJamie Schultz
- 74B.docxUploaded byJamie Schultz
- 76B.docxUploaded byJamie Schultz
- 84B.docxUploaded byJamie Schultz
- 82B.docxUploaded byJamie Schultz
- 75B.docxUploaded byJamie Schultz
- 83B.docxUploaded byJamie Schultz
- 80B.docxUploaded byJamie Schultz
- 72B.docxUploaded byJamie Schultz
- 77B.docxUploaded byJamie Schultz
- 73B.docxUploaded byJamie Schultz
- 71B.docxUploaded byJamie Schultz
- 70B.docxUploaded byJamie Schultz