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I-Semester Regular Examinations, November-2003 STRUCTURAL ENGINEERING-II (STEEL) (1999 Batch) (Civil Engineering) Time: 3 hours Max. Marks: 80 Answer any FIVE questions All questions carry equal marks Note: Assume missing data, if any, suitably. --1.a) b)

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List out the assumptions made in theory of riveting. Find the efficiencies of the following riveted joints: i) Single riveted lap joint for 8 mm thick plates with 16 mm diameter rivets at a pitch of 5 cm c/c. ii) Double riveted lap joint for 8 mm thick plates with 16 mm dia rivets at a pitch of 7.5 cm c/c. A beam of 4.5 m span is carrying a u.d.l of 33 kN/m and two concentrated loads of 100 kN each at mid-third points. Use ISMB 350 and design the section. The beam is laterally restrained throughout. Also, design the connection between Flange and cover plates, if provided. Which section among the following is preferred and why? i) Single angle ii) Two angles back to back, same side of the gusset plate. iii) Two angles back to back on both sides of gusset. Design a laced column to carry an axial load of 1000 kN and of 5 m length, and effectively held in position at both ends, and restrained against rotation at one end. Design also the end connections. When do you use roof trusses? What are the advantages of roof trusses over other flexural members? Design a welded connection at a truss joint for the forces shown in the figure below:

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Set No.1

Write the formula to calculate the economic depth of a plate girder. What is splicing of plate girder? Suggest suitable curtailment of cover plates and draw a neat sketch of the longitudinal section for the following plate girder: Web plate : 2000 mm × 40 mm Flange angles : 4ISA 150 × 150 × 12 Cover plates : 2 numbers 400 mm × 12 mm on each side at mid-span section. Assume permissible stresses as per IS 800-1984. Design a welded connection between a bracket plate and flange of a column. The bracket is attached in a perpendicular direction to the flange of the column and carries a load of 250 kN acting at a distance of 250 mm from the flange of the column. Draw the details to a suitable scale. Design a tension member using a channel section to carry an axial tension of 180 kN. Design a slab base to carry an axial load of 1800 kN. The column section is ISHB 300 @ 58.8 kg/m. The base rests on concrete pedestal and S.B.C of concrete is 4 N/mm2. Draw a neat sketch showing details. Explain i) Design forces in gantry girders. ii) Design Principles of cranes. A plate girder consists of a web plate 2000 mm × 40 mm, 4 ISA 150 × 150 × 12 and 2 cover plates 400 mm × 12 mm on each side. It is simply supported over an effective span of 18 m. It has to carry a u.d.l. of two concentrated loads of 440 kN each at middle third points. Design the riveted connections between the flange angles and flange plates, and flange angles and web plate. ^^^

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Code No: 310107 III B.Tech. I-Semester Regular Examinations, November-2003 STRUCTURAL ENGINEERING-II (STEEL) (1999 Batch) (Civil Engineering) Time: 3 hours Max. Marks: 80 Answer any FIVE questions All questions carry equal marks Note: Assume missing data, if any, suitably. --1.a) b)

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Explain, with neat sketches, the different failures of a riveted joint. An angle iron ISA 75 X 75 X 6 mm is connected to a gusset plate of thickness 10 mm and has to carry a direct load of 50 kN. Design the joint using hand driven field rivets. A beam ISLB 350, 8 m span, carries a total uniformly distributed load of 280 kN. It is supported on the flange of a column ISHB 200 @ 40 kg/m. Design an unstiffened welded seat connection. What is tack-riveting? Why is it required? A tension member, consisting of four ISA 100 X 100 X 10 mm is connected to the gusset plate by 18 mm diameter power driven field rivets as shown in the figure below. Find the permissible load in the member when. i) Angles are tack riveted along a, b, c and d. ii) Angles are tack-riveted along c and d only. iii) Angles are tack- riveted along a and b only. iv) No tack riveting is done. Take allowable tensile stress as 150 Mpa.

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Design a gusseted base for a column consisting of ISHB 250 @ 64.96 kg/m and two cover plates 300 x 25 mm2 and carrying an axial load of 2340 kN. The permissible bearing pressure on concrete pedestal is 4 N/mm2. Draw the details.

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Set No.2

Design a simply supported riveted plate girder to carry a uniformly distributed load of 50 kN/m excluding self weight and a concentrated load of 600 kN at center. The effective span of the girder is 16 m. Also, design the connections and draw the section to scale. Explain different types of welds. A plate 125 x 12 mm is to be connected to another plate 150 x 12 mm in a lap joint. Find the required length of side welds to transmit the full strength of the smaller plate. A column is made up of 2 ISLC 300 placed back to back with a distance of 200 mm between its back faces. The length of the column is 8 m. Its one end is fixed and the other is hinged. Calculate the load carrying capacity of the column and also design a suitable lacing system. When do you use a built-up section for beams? A simply supported beam has an effective span of 7 m and carries a uniformly distributed load of 50 kN/m throughout the span. Design the beam if the maximum section available is ISMB 300 along with plates of 6 mm thickness. Draw a sketch.

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Code No: 310107 III B.Tech. I-Semester Regular Examinations, November-2003 STRUCTURAL ENGINEERING-II (STEEL) (1999 Batch) (Civil Engineering) Time: 3 hours Max. Marks: 80 Answer any FIVE questions All questions carry equal marks Note: Assume missing data, if any, suitably. --1.

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3

A beam ISMB 250 transmits an end reaction of 80 kN and a moment of 25 kN-m to a column ISHB 200 @ 40 kg/m. Design suitable end connection using power driven shop rivets. The moment is in the plane of rivets. Explain the different types of welds. Design a welded lap joint to connect two plates of sizes 150 x 12 mm and 150 x 10 mm. The joint should develop the full strength of thinner plate. Use IS specifications. Design a column of effective length 5m to carry an axial load of 550 kN using ISMB 175. Design the batten connection also. Calculate the load carrying capacity of a single angle ISA 75 x 75 x 10 mm as a strut if the length of the member is 4.0 m. Assume both ends are completely restrained against rotation and displacement. Design a riveted column splice to connect ISHB 250 @ 51 kg/m and ISHB 200@ 37.3 kg/m if the column transmits an axial load of 500 kN. The effective length of the column are faced for complete bearing. Write short notes on curtailment of plates. A plate girder consists of a web plate 1005 x 10 mm, flange angles 4 ISA 100 x 100 x 12, inner cover plates 300 x 10 mm one on each side and outer cover plates 300 x 12 mm one on each side. Design a web splice at a section where M = 1500 kN-m, V = 100 kN and Ixx = 6.35 x 109 mm4 for the complete section. Design a simply supported compound beam of span 6 m to carry a udl of 45 kN/m over its full span. The section available is ISMB 400. Provide flange plates (cover plates) only at the top. Do all the necessary checks. Also, Design the connection.

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Code No. 310107 7. a) b)

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Set No.3

What is a column splice? When is it used? The trusses of a factory building are spaced at 4.5 m c/c and the purlins are spaced at 1.8 m c/c. The pitch of trussel is ¼ and the span of the roof is 10 m. The vertical load from roof sheets, etc. is equal to 180 N/m2 while the wind load on roof surface normal to the roof is 1200 N/m2. Design an I-section purlin. Explain design principles of gantry girder. Design a strut of a roof truss using equal angles to carry an axial load of 150 kN. The effective span is 1.5 m. ###

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Code No: 310107 III B.Tech. I-Semester Regular Examinations, November-2003 STRUCTURAL ENGINEERING-II (STEEL) (1999 Batch) (Civil Engineering) Time: 3 hours Max. Marks: 80 Answer any FIVE questions All questions carry equal marks Note: Assume missing data, if any, suitably. --1.

Set No.

4

Design a riveted connection between a bracket plate and a column ISHB 400 @ 77.4 kg/m to transmit a shear of 120 kN and a moment of 150 kN-m. Use power driven shop rivets. Design both the connections between ISHB and angle and also angle and bracket plate. A simply supported beam of 8 m effective span carries a uniformly distributed load of 19.4 kN/m including its own weight. Design the beam assuming allowable stressed and deflection according to IS 800-1984. The beam is laterally unrestrained. Do all the necessary checks. Design a built-up column of effective length 5 m, carrying an axial load of 850 kN. Use two channel sections. Also, design the lacing connection. Sketch the line diagrams of different types of trusses. Design a suitable purlin for the roof of a hall which has 12 m effective span with a pitch of 30o. The principal rafters are placed at 3.8 m c/c. The roof weights 200 N/m and the normal wind pressure is 1.0 kN/m2. Draw a heat sketch of the design. Design a simply supported welded plate girder to carry a udl of 40 kN/m excluding self weight and two concentrated loads of 400 kN each at mid-third points. The span of the girder is 18 m. Design the stiffeners also, if required. Draw the details to a suitable scale. Discuss the suitability of various column bases. Design a slab base to carry an axial load of 2000 kN. The base rests on M 15 concrete pedestal. The column section is ISHB 300 @ 588 N/m. The SBC of concrete is 4 MN/m2. Draw a neat sketch of the same. Design a tension member using a channel section to carry an axial tension of 200 kN. A column ISHB 300 @ 588 N/m is to support a load of 600 kN. The column section is to be spliced at a height of 2.5 m. Design the splice plate.

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Code No. 310107 8. a) b) c)

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Explain the function of sag Rods in roof trusses. Find the live load for a roof truss having a slope of 35o. Design an unequal angle section to act as a tie member, 1.56 m long, in a roof truss if it is to carry an axial load of 120 kN. Use fillet welds at joints. ###

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