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Part A
(5 x 2
=10)
1. The stress components at a point are x = 40; y = 20; z= 40; xy =
20; yz =-40;
zx = -60 Mpa. Find the resultant stress on a
plane whose direction cosines are
(0.66, -0.67 , 0.66)
(L)
2. Write down the PDE of equilibrium in polar coordinate system
(L)
3. What is meant by hydrostatic stress and deviatoric stress?
(R)
4. Why stress is a tensor quantity?
(L)
5. How do you verify whether deformation is possible?
(U)
Part B
(8 + 16
+16 = 40)
6. A) i)State the orthogonality properties of direction cosines
(U)
ii)What do you understand by transformation rule of stress tensor
(U)
iii)How will you define rigid body rotation?
(U)
xy
iv)Prove that xy = 2 .
(L)
(Or)
2
2
( 1 2 ) + ( 2 3 ) + ( 1 3 )
1
2oct =
9
2

B).Prove that

(R)

7. (A)The state of stress at appoint in a strained material are given by x


= 9; y = 1; z= 2; xy = 15; yz =0; zx = 24 Mpa. Find the principal
stresses and associated direction cosines
(L)
(Or)
coordinates

B) Derive the equilibrium equation of stresses in Cartesian


(L)

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8. (A) The state of stress at appoint is given by

60 30 20
30 30 25
20 25 20

(i)

Find the stress invariants . (ii) If a new axis is formed by rotating about
y axis in anticlockwise direction by 45 , find the stress components in
new coordinates
(L)
(Or)
(B) At appoint in a body, the components of strain tensor are
x =0.01,y =0.005 ; z=0.005 ; xy =0.03 ; yz =0.01 ; xz =0.008. Determine the
principal strains and strain directions.

Subject: 13SE102 Theory of elasticity & Plasticity


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Marks: 50
Part A
(5 x 2
=10)
60 30 20
30 30 25
1. The stress components at a point are
Find the
20 25 20

2.

3.
4.
5.

resultant stress on a plane whose direction cosines are


(0.66,
-0.67 , 0.66)
(L)
Write down the partial differential equation of equilibrium of stress in
spherical coordinates
(L)
Mention the difference between hydrostatic stress and deviatoric
stress?
(R)
How do you verify whether deformation is possible?
(U)
Why stress is a tensor quantity?
(L)

Part B
(8 + 16
+16 = 40)
6. A) i)State the orthogonality properties of direction cosines
(U)
ii)What do you understand by transformation rule of stress tensor
(U)
iii)How will you define rigid body rotation?
(U)

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iv)Prove that

xy

xy
2 .

(L)

B).Prove that

(Or)
2
2
2

( 1 2 ) + ( 2 3 ) + ( 1 3 )
1
2oct =
9

(R)

7. (A)The state of stress at appoint in a strained material are given by x


= 40; y = 30; z= 20; xy = 24; yz =0; zx = 21 Mpa. Find the principal
stresses and associated direction cosines .
(L)
(Or)
B) Derive the equilibrium equation of stresses in Polar coordinates
(L)
8. (A) The state of stress at appoint is given by

60 23 13
23 30 18
13 18 20

(i)

Find the stress invariants . (ii) If a new axis is formed by rotating about
y axis in anticlockwise direction by 45 , find the stress components in
new coordinates
(L)
(Or)
(B) At appoint in a body, the components of strain tensor are
x =0.1,y =0.5; z=0.05; xy =0.3 ; yz =0.1 ; xz =0.8. Determine the principal
strains and strain directions.