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Code No: 410101 IV-B.Tech. I Semester Supplementary Examination, May 2003 COMPUTER AIDED ANALYSIS (Civil Engineering) Time: 3 hours. Max. Marks: 80 Answer any Five questions All questions carry equal marks --1.a) What are the various types of output devices? Explain. b) Write about keyboard terminals. c) What do you mean by C.P.U. explain. 2.a) b) 3. Explain the importance of three dimensional geometry. What do you mean by transformations? c) Write about Data base structure. Analyse the frame by stiffness method

1

4. 5. 6.a) b)

Solve the following differential equation using finite difference method. Take y"-y=0. Develop stiffness matrix. a) Beam element b) Truss element.

Explain briefly different applications of simplex method. The data for two foods X1 and X2 are given below. One unit of food X1 X2 Requirement Price Calories Protein 60p 1000 25gms 21p 2000 10gms

3000 100

Formulate l.p.p. for minimizing expenditure satisfying the requirement of calories and proteins. Cont..2

Code No:410101 7.a) b)

:2:

Set No.1

What are applications of L.P.P. what are limitations of L.P.P. Solve the following l.p.p. Max Z=20x1+ 6x2 + 8x3. St 8X1+2x2+3x3 ≤250 4X1+3x2≤150 2x2 +X3≤ 50 X1, X2 ,X3 ≥0

8.a) b) c)

How do you apply Finite Difference method for beams of elastic foundation? Write about software configuration of a graphic system. Write about work station. &&&&&

Set No.

Code No: 410101 IV-B.Tech. I Semester Supplementary Examination, May 2003 COMPUTER AIDED ANALYSIS (Civil Engineering) Time: 3 hours. Max. Marks: 80 Answer any Five questions All questions carry equal marks --1.a) Define Computer Aided Design. b) Advantages of using computers for Design. c) What are operator input Devices? Explain. 2. Find the forces in the members by stiffness method.

2

3.

Determine the deflection under the load using the finite difference method by subdividing the length into two regions and four regions. The beam is simply supported at the ends with a central point load with uniform section. Derive element stiffness matrix for a free beam considering axial and bending effects for a free beam. What are the common transformations used in computer graphics and explain them. Differentiate between wire frame and solid modeling. Write simplex Algorithm. Determine the weekly production schedule of certain item for the next 4 weeks so as to minimize the total costs, being given that production cost of the item is Rs10.00 for the first 2 weeks and Rs.15 for the last 2 weeks. The weekly demands are 300, 700, 900 and 800 units of the item which must be satisfied. The plant can produce a maximum of 700 units each week. The company can produce 200 units/week more in 2nd and 3rd week at an extra production cost of Rs.5/ item. Excess production can be stored at a unit cost of Rs3.00/ week

4. 5.a) b) 6.a) b)

Contd..2

Code No:410101 7.

-2-

Set No.2

Solve the following L.P.P. by simplex method. Min. Z=4x1+ 2x2 S.t 3x1+X2 ≥27 X1+X2≤+21 X1 +2x2 ≥ 30 X1,X2 ≥0 Explain the advantages duality in linear programming. Give steps to convert primal to dual. Explain the applications of finite Difference method. &&&&&

8.a) b) c)

Set No.

Code No: 410101 IV-B.Tech. I Semester Supplementary Examination, May 2003 COMPUTER AIDED ANALYSIS (Civil Engineering) Time: 3 hours. Max. Marks: 80 Answer any Five questions All questions carry equal marks --Differentiate between Hardware and Software. Write about cursor control devices. List out Input and Output devices. Write about two dimensional and three dimensional transformation. Differentiate between wire frame and solid modeling. Find the forces in the members by direct stiffness method.

3

1.a) b) c) 2.a) b) 3.

4. 5.a) b)

Develop stiffness matrix. a) Beam element.

b) Truss element.

What is Degenracy? How do you solve degenerate l.p.p? Find a F.S of the following of transportation problem. O D D1 O1 O2 O3 Required 1 3 4 20 D2 2 3 2 40 D3 1 2 5 30 D4 4 1 9 Available 30 50 20

10 Total 100

Contd…2 Code No: 410101 6.a) b) :2: Set No.3

Explain briefly different applications of simplex method. Solve the following l.p.p Max. Z= 3x1+2x2+x3 s.t -3x1+2x2+2x3=8 -3x1+4x2+x3=7 x1,x2,x3 ≥ 0. Determine the deflection by finite difference method for the beam given below.

7.

8.a) b) c)

Explain briefly how finite difference method is applied for Raft foundation. Write about Post optimality analysis. Write about Pivotal reduction.

&&&&&

Set No.

Code No: 410101 IV-B.Tech. I Semester Supplementary Examination, May 2003 COMPUTER AIDED ANALYSIS (Civil Engineering) Time: 3 hours. Max. Marks: 80 Answer any Five questions All questions carry equal marks --1.a) What are the advantages of using computers for Design. b) Differentiate between hardware and software. c) What are various types of output devices. Explain? 2.a) b) c) 3. Write about three dimensional transformation. Write about database structure. List out various graphic packages available. Analyse the frame by stiffness method.

4

4. 5.

Derive element stiffness matrix for a free beam considering axial and bending effects for a free beam. Solve the following differential equation by the finite difference method. y" + 2y′ +y = 30x given y(0)=0 y(1)=0 h=0.5

Cont…2 Code No: 410101 6.a) b) -2Set No.4.

What are application of L.P.P. What are limitations of L.P.P.? Solve the following L.P.P. by simplex method. Min. Z= 4x1+2x2 S.t 3x1+x2≥ 27 -X1-x2 ≤ -21 X+ 2x2 ≥ 30 X1,X2 ≥ 0

7.a) b)

What is Degeneracy? How do you solve degenerate L.P.P.? Find a F.S of the following transportation problem?

O D O1 O2 O3 Required 8.a) b) c)

D1 1 3 4 20

D2 2 3 2 40

D3 1 2 5 30

D4 4 1 9

Available

10 Total 100

Explain how do you apply finite difference method for beam and plate problems. What do you mean by CAD and Auto CAD. Write about Solid Modeling. &&&&&

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