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MODULE-26C

Cables

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The horizontal span between the supports is L. The sag at the mid-

horizontal coordinate and y is the vertical coordinate with the

origin at the centre of the cable. The expression for the total length

of the cable is

(A)

(B)

(C)

(D)

Ans:

( )

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horizontal level and are 25 m apart. A vertical level load of 25 KN

is acting at point C which is at distance of 9 m from A. find the

horizontal reaction at A and dip at C?

A) 12 kN and 12 m

B) 12 kN and 6m

C) 6 kN and 12m

D) 6 kN and 6 m

Ans:

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where the supports are at same horizontal level. What will be the

percentage change in minimum tension if there is a rise of

temperature C? coefficient of thermal expansion of cable

material is 12 C C.

A) 0.8 % decrease

B) 0.8 % increase

C) 1.6 % decrease

D) 1.6 % increase

Ans:

( )

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4. A light cable with span 40m is under udl of 1 KN/m. if the supports

are at the same level and the maximum tension allowed in the cable

is 30 KN. What is the maximum allowable dip of the cable?

A) 6.94 m

B) 7.94

C) 8.94

D) 9.94

Ans:

5. Find the tension in the cable at point B for the cable shown below.

A) 74.56 kN

B) 16.85 kN

C) 85.64 kN

D) 56.86 kN

Ans:

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A) 7m

B) 8.2 m

C) 8.5m

D) 8.634m

Ans:

(( ) )

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two ends (on level supports), if the central sag is limited to 10

percent of the span, and if the permissible tensile stress is 150 MPa.

Assume the unit weight of the steel as 78.5 KN/ .

A) 1000 m

B) 1162 m

C) 1419 m

D) 1462 m

Ans:

( )

( ) ( )

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also find the h (m)?

B) 6.9, 4.82, 6.79 and 2.74

C) 4.82, 6.79, 6.9 and 2.74

D) 4.82, 6.9, 6.79 and 2.74

Ans: (B)

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determine the tension in the cable at points A, B and C.

B) 261.4, 214.8 and 154.5

C) 154.5, 214.8 and 261.4

D) 154.5, 261.4 and 214.8

Ans: (a)

( )

( )

( )

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10. A bridge cable between two piers 100 m apart carries a load of 20

KN/m of span. The tops of the piers are at the same level and the

cable at its lowest point sags 10 m below this level. Calculate the

max. tension in kN?

A) 269.25

B) 279.75

C) 285.49

D) 253.63

Ans:

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ABCD. Determine the tension (in N) in segment AB of this cable.

Assume the cables ABCD, BE and CF to be weightless.

A) 1290.3

B) 1279.75

C) 1285.49

D) 1253.63

Ans:

H*1 = *1

H=1050

Tension AB=

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