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# CHAROTAR UNIVERSITY OF SCIENCE AND

Faculty of Technology and
Manubhai Shivabhai Patel Department of Civil

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TUTORIAL NO. 2
MOMENT OF INERTIA
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State & prove the theorem of perpendicular axis and parallel axis.
Derive moment of inertia of a rectangular area about centroidal X –X axis and about
base.
Derive moment of inertia of a circle about centroidal X-X axis.
Derive moment of inertia of a triangle section about centroidal X-X axis, about base.
Determine the MI of the ‘I’ section about its central X and Y axis. Size of ‘I’ section
are:
Top flange: 100mm × 20mm, Bottom flange: 150mm × 20mm, Web: 20mm × 150mm.
Determine MI of the ‘T’ section about its central X and Y axis, Size of ‘T’ section are :
Top flange: 100mm × 10mm, Web: 10mm × 150mm.
Determine MI of the ‘Z’ section as shown in Figure (1) about its both centroidal axis.
Determine MI of a hollow section shown in Figure (2) about an axis passing through its
centre of gravity.
Determine MI of a section shown in Figure (3) about an axis passing through its centre
of gravity.
Determine the moment of inertia of a plane area as shown in Figure (4) about its base
line a-a.
Determine the moment of inertia of a shaded area as shown in Figure (5) about X-X
axis.
Determine the moment of inertia of a lamina as shown in Figure (6) about centroidal
X-X axis.
Determine the moment of inertia of a shaded area as shown in Figure (7) about X-X
axis.
Determine the moment of inertia of a shaded area as shown in Figure (8) about X-X
axis passing through its centroid and also about the base BC.

CL202.01_ Strength of Mechanics

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Manubhai Shivabhai Patel Department of Civil

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Note : All Dimensions are in mm.