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Regulation 2008

Seventh Semester

(Common to B.E. Mechanical Engineering / B.E. Mechanical and Automation Engineering

/B.E. Production Engineering)

ME2404 Computer Aided Simulation and Analysis Laboratory

Time : 3 Hours

Marks : 100

1. Compute the Shear force and bending moment diagrams for the cantilever beam

shown and find the maximum deflection. Assume rectangular c/s area of 0.2 m * 0.3

m, Youngs modulus of 210GPa, Poissons ratio 0.27.

(100)

2. Compute the Shear force and bending moment diagrams for the cantilever beam

shown and find the maximum deflection. Assume rectangular c/s area of 0.2 m * 0.3

m, Youngs modulus of 210GPa, Poissons ratio 0.27.

(100)

3. Compute the Shear force and bending moment diagrams for the simply supported

beam shown and find the maximum deflection. Assume rectangular c/s area of 0.2 m

* 0.3 m, Youngs modulus of 210GPa, Poissons ratio 0.27.

(100)

4. Compute the Shear force and bending moment diagrams for the simply supported

beam shown and find the maximum deflection. Assume rectangular c/s area of 0.2 m

* 0.3 m, Youngs modulus of 210GPa, Poissons ratio 0.27.

(100)

5. Compute the Shear force and bending moment diagrams for the simply supported

beam shown and find the maximum deflection. Assume rectangular c/s area of 0.2 m

* 0.3 m, Youngs modulus of 210GPa, Poissons ratio 0.27.

(100)

6. Compute the Shear force and bending moment diagrams for the simply supported

beam shown and find the maximum deflection. Assume rectangular c/s area of 0.2 m

* 0.3 m, Youngs modulus of 210GPa, Poissons ratio 0.27.

(100)

7. A distributed load of 10 N/mm will be applied to a solid steel beam with a rectangular

cross section as shown in the figure below. The cross-section of the beam is 10mm x

10mm while the modulus of elasticity of the steel is 210GPa.

(100)

8. Compute the stress and deflection in a distributed load of 1000 N/m (1 N/mm) will be

applied to a solid steel beam with a rectangular cross section as shown in the figure

below. The cross-section of the beam is 10mm x 10mm while the modulus of

elasticity of the steel is 200GPa.

(100)

9. In the plate with a hole under plane stress, find deformed shape of the hole and

determine the maximum stress distribution along A-B (you may use t = 1 mm). E =

210GPa, t = 1 mm, Poissons ratio = 0.3, Diameter of the circle = 10 mm, Analysis

assumption plane stress with thickness is used.

(100)

10. The corner angle bracket is shown below. The upper left hand pin-hole is constrained

around its entire circumference and a tapered pressure load is applied to the bottom of

lower right hand pin-hole. Compute Maximum displacement, Von-Mises stress. (100)

D heat condduction probblem for thee temperaturre distributio

on within thhe

(1000)

reectangular pllate. Thermaal conductiviity of the plaate, KXX=4001 W/m-K

mple Conducction probleem constrainned as shownn in the following figurre.

T

Thermal

condductivity (k)) of the mateerial is 10 W/m*C

W

and thhe block is assumed

a

to be

b

innfinitely longg.

(100))

13. Solve

simple

thermall

conducction

as

well

a

mixeed

thee

onvection/in

nsulation is constrained

d as shown in the folloowing figurre.

coonduction/co

N

Note

that Th

hermal conduuctivity (k) of the mateerial is 10 W

W/m*C and the section is

asssumed to bee infinitely long

l

(100))

14. For the two--dimensionaal stainless-ssteel shown

T left and right sides aare insulatedd. The top suurface is subbjected to heat

diistribution. The

trransfer by convection. The

T bottom and internaal portion suurfaces are maintained

m

at

300 C. Therm

mal conducttivity of stainnless steel = 16 W/m K

(100))

15. Determine the natural frequency for modal analysis of Cantilever beam Modulus of

elasticity = 200GPa, Density = 7800 Kg/m3.

(100)

16. Determine the natural frequency for modal analysis of simply supported beam

Modulus of elasticity = 200GPa, Density = 7800 Kg/m3.

(100)

17. Conduct a harmonic forced response test by applying a cyclic load (harmonic) at the

end of the beam. The frequency of the load will be varied from 1 - 100 Hz. Modulus

of elasticity = 200GPa, Poissons ratio = 0.3, Density = 7800 Kg/m3.

(100)

18. Compute a large, thin, square plate of sides containing a small circular hole of radius

a at its center. The plate is subjected to simple tensile stress of o = 1x106 N/m2 on

its vertical edges. The sides of the plate are s = 2m and the radius of the hole is a =

0.1m. The plate is 0.001m thick and is made of aluminum with Youngs modulus E =

0.7x1011 N/m2, and Poissons ratio = 0.3.

(100)

19. A steel plate with 3 holes 3mm, 5mm & 10 mm respectively is supported and loaded,

as shown in figure. We assume that the support is rigid (this is also called built-in

support or fixed support) and that the 20 KN tensile load is uniformly distributed on

the end face, opposite to the supported face. The cross section is 15 mm x 25 mm.

length is 100mm. Material (Alloy steel)

(100)

20. An

A L-shaped bracket is suupported annd loaded as shown in figgure 3-1. Wee wish to finnd

thhe Displacem

ments and stresses cauused by a 5,000 N which is 60 inclined. In

I

particular, wee are interested in stressses in the corner wherre the 5 mm

m round edgge

(ffillet) is locaated. Materiaal is Grey Caast Iron.

(100)

21. Compute

C

the stresses and

d deflectionss in the presssure vessel walls due to

t the internal

prressure. Thee pressure vessel shownn below is made

m

of castt iron (E = 14.5

1

Msi, =

0.21) and con

ntains an intternal pressuure of p = 17700 psi. Thee cylindrical vessel has an

a

T end capss have a walll thickness of

o

innner diameteer of 8 in wiith spherical end caps. The

0.25 in, whille the cylindder walls arre 0.5 in thiick. In addittion, there are

a two smaall

o 1/8 in raddius along th

he inner surrface, and a 2 in wide by

b

ciircumferentiial grooves of

0.25 in deepp circumfereential groovee at the cennter of the cylinder aloong the outeer

urface.

(100))

su

Mark Allocation

Aim / Procedure

Simulation

Results

Viva Voce

Total

25

50

15

10

100

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