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UNIT V TB 1 TB 2 REF 1 Qs. No. TLP No.1

SOLID MECHANICS

Bi Axial Stresses Nash William Strength of Materials, TMH, 1998 Timoshenko.S. and Young D.H. Elements of strength materials Vol. I and Vol. II., Strength of Materials R.K.Rajput Univ.Qs Questions Stresses in thin circular cylinder and spherical shell under internal pressure Textb ook No. REF 1 REF 1 REF 1 REF 1 REF 1 REF 1 Ans - Page Nos. Mark

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Define thin cylindrical shells What are the stresses can act in the cylinder when there is an internal May09 pressure? Define Hoop stress. Define Longitudinal stress. What is the formula for Permissible tensile stress in thin cylindrical shell? A thin cylindrical shell of diameter 300mm and wall thickness 6mm has hemispherical ends. If there is no distortion of the junction under pressure determine the thickness of hemispherical ends. Take: E= 208GN/m2. And Poissons ratio = 0.3 Define Built-up cylindrical shells. Derive Change in dimension of thin cylindrical shell due to an internal pressure. A boiler shell is to be made of 15mm thick plate having tensile stress of May 10 120MN/m2. If the efficiencies of longitudinal and circumferential joints are 70% and 30% respectively, determine: (i) Maximum permissible diameter of the shell for an internal pressure of 2MN/m2. (ii) Permissible intensity of internal pressure when the shell diameter is 1.5m. A cylindrical vessel whose ends are closed by means of rigid flange May 11 plates is made of steel plate 3mm thick. The internal diameter of vessel is 50cm and 25cm respectively. Determine the longitudinal and circumferential stresses in the cylindrical shell due to an internal fluid pressure of 3MN/m2.also calculate increase in length, diameter and volume of the vessel. Take: E=200GN/m2, and Poissons ratio = 0.3 A built up cylindrical shell of 300mm dia, 3m long and 6mm thick is 2 subjected to an internal pressure of 2MN/m . Calculate change in length, dia and volume of cylinder if the efficiencies of longitudinal and circumferential joints are 80% and 50% respectively. E= 200GN/m2, m=3.5. Define spherical shells. Derive Change in dimensions for spherical shell under internal pressure. Calculate the increase in volume of spherical shell 1m in diameter and 2 1cm thick when it is subjected to an internal pressure of 1.6MN/m . Take E=200GN/m2 and Poissons ratio=0.3

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Combined loading

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Principal stress and maximum shear sterss

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Analytical and Graphical Methods

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A circular bar is subjected to an axial pull of 100kN. If the maximum intensity of shear stress on any oblique plane is not to exceed 60MN/m2. Determine diameter of the bar. A short metallic column of 500mm2 cross sectional area carries an axial compressive load of 100kN. For a plane inclined 600 with the direction of load, calculate: (i) Normal stress

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UNIT V

SOLID MECHANICS

Bi Axial Stresses

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(ii) Tangential stress (iii) Resultant stress (iv) Maximum shear stress (v) Obliquity of resultant stress A point is subjected to perpendicular stresses of 50MN/m2 and 2 30MN/m , both tensile. Calculate normal, tangential stress and resultant stress and its obliquity on a plane making an angle of 300 with the axis of second stress. Find by analytical method. A point is subjected to perpendicular stresses of 50MN/m2 and 2 30MN/m , both tensile. Calculate normal, tangential stress and resultant stress and its obliquity on a plane making an angle of 300 with the axis of second stress. Find by graphical method. Draw the Mohrs circle for direct stresses of 65MN/m2(tensile) and May 11 35MN/m2(compressive) and estimate the magnitude and direction of the resultant stresses on planes making an angles of 200 and 650 with the plane of first principal stress. Find also the normal and tangential stress on these planes. At a point in a bracket the stresses on two mutually perpendicular planes are 35MN/m2 (tensile) and 15MN/m2 (tensile). The shear stress across these planes is 8MN/m2. Find the magnitude and direction of the resultant stress on a plane making an angle of 400 With the plane of first stress. Find also the normal and tangential stresses on the planes.

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