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CIVIL ENGINEERING

PAPER-I

before attempting questions

There are EIGHT questions in all, out of which FIVE are to be attempted.

Question Nos. 1 and 5 are compulsory. Out of the remaining SIX questions, THREE are to

be attempted selecting at least ONE question from each of the two Sections A and B.

Attempts of questions shall be counted in chronological order. Unless struck off, attempt

of a question shall be counted even if attempted partly. Any page or portion of the page

left blank in the Question-cum-Answer Booklet must be clearly struck off.

All questions carry equal marks. The number of marks carried by a question/part is

indicated against it.

Unless otherwise mentioned, symbols and notations have their usual standard meanings.

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SECTION-A

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1. (a) Determine the degree of indeterminacy of the rigid plane frame shown in

the figure. If two additional hinges are introduced in member GH, what will be

the number of indeterminacy? 10

I G .....--------., H

Dl-----1f-:----,F

E

(b) List out five important factors affecting the strength of concrete and briefly

discuss their influence on strength. 10

(c) The velocity componedts in a two-dimensional flow field for an incompressible

I

fluid are expressed as

y3 2 2

y and v=xy -2y--

x3

u=-+2x-x

3

(i) Verify that the J!ctions represent a possible case of fluid flow.

(ii) Show that these .functions represent a possible case of an irrotational

flow. [ 5+5=10

(d) The in situ void ratio' of a granular soil deposit is 05. The maximum and

minimum void ratios of the soil were determined to be 075 and 035. If the

specific gravity of the .soil solids is 267, determine the following : 10

(i) Relative density I

(ii) Relative compaction of the soil deposit

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Determine the forces in

the figure. Use metho~ of sections. 20

4 7 9 _ _ _ _,.....

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(b) A circle of diameter 200 mm is inscribed inside a mild steel plate before

it is stressed as shown in the figure. After the application of tensile stresses

fx and fy and the shear stress q, the circle deforms into an ellipse.

Calculate the lengths of the major and minor axes of the ellipse and their

directions if fx= ISO N/mm 2 , !y= 250 N/mm 2 and q = 25 Nfmm 2 respectively.

Take E=2x10 5 N/mm 2 . . 20

/y

q

q

fx fx

q

q

/y

3. A steel column 12 m long is hinged at both ends and carries an axial load of

1000 kN. Design a built-up section consisting of double channels placed back-to-

hack at a spacing and connected by double lacing inclined at 45 with vertical axis.

Use 22 mm diameter rivets for lacing. f y = 260 Nf mm 2 .

Try with channel sections ISMC 350 for which the sectional properties are given

below :

For one channel MC 350

Area = 5365 mm 2

lx= 10008 x 10 4 mm 4 ; rx= 1366 mm

4 4

I y =4306 x10 mm ry=283 mm

Thickness of web = 81 mm

Thickness of flange = 135 mm

Distance of CO from the face of web = 244 mm

For two channels placed back-to-hack at a distance .of x mm

Area of sections = 10732 mm 2

lxx=20016x10 4 mm 4

Modulus of section Z xx= 11438 x 10 3 mm 3

Radius of gyration rxx = 1366 mm

x (mm) 4 4 3

10 (mm ) 10 (mm 3 ) (mm)

200 174694 8735 1276

240 232389 10563 1472

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Gauge distance between rivet lines = 60 mm

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Permissible compressive

stress (N/mm2) 115 103 92 82 73 64 57

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slopes 1 vertical to '15 horizontal. Find the proportions, that is, the relation

between bottom width and depth of flow for minimum excavation (that is, best

hydraulic section). If the flow is to be 27 m 3 js, calculate the bottom width and

the depth of flow assi.Iming Chezy's Cas 445 and the bed slope as 1 in 4000. 15

{b) A partially open sluice gate discharges water at 10m s- 1 with a depth of 05 m

in a horizontal rec~gular channel of width 10m. Predict whether a hydraulic

jump will occur and if so, calculate the salient features of the jump. 15

(c) Find the ratio of average permeability in the horizontal direction to that in

the vertical directiorl for a soil deposit of three layers with thicknesses in the

ratio 1 : 2 : 3. The permeability of the second layer is twice that of the first and

of the third is twice I that of the second. 10

SECTION-8

5. (a) A portal frame with 6verhanging beam is hinged at supports as shown in the

figure. Sketch all thel possible failure mechanisms, clearly marking the plastic

hinge locations and mode of failure in each case. 10

Total1oad W

L/2~L/2

L Mp = Constant

1 A

IE

Hinge

L L/2--1

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(b) Explain soundness test for cement. 10

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(c) A spillway 7 2 m high and 150 m long discharges 2150 m 3 1s under a head

of 4 m. If a 1 : 16 model of the spillway is to be constructed, find the model

dimensions, head over the model and the model discharge. 10

(d) Triaxial shear tests were conducted on two identical soil samples. The

confining pressure for the first sample was 200 kNim 2 and failure occurred at

an additional axial stress of 770 kN I m 2 . The second sample failed at a deviator

stress of 1370 kNim 2 under an all-round pressure of 500 kNim 2 . Determine

the shear strength parameters of the soil. 10

6. (a) How can one estimate the settlement of a pile group in clayey soil, as per the

Indian Standards? 10

(b) A cantilever retaining wall is required to retain earth for a height of 5 m above

the ground level. The backfill is horizontal and level with the top of the wall.

.. , Unit weight of earth is 16 kNim 3 and angle of internal friction is 35' .

Safe bearing capacity of soil is 180 kNim 2 . Coefficient of friction between soil

and concrete is 05. Fix suitable dimensions for base slab and stem, and check

for the stability of the retaining wall. Structural design is not required. M 20

concrete and Fe 415 steel are used. 30

250 mm. If the head lost due to separation when the flow is from the smaller

to the larger pipe is 06 m greater than the head lost when the same flow is

reversed, determine the flow rate. Table below shows the experimental values

of Cc.

~~~ 01 03 05 07 10

20

(b) A centrifugal pump having an overall efficiency of 75% delivers 1820 litres

of water per minute to a height of 18 m through a pipe of 100 mm diameter

and 90 m length. If f = 0 012, calculate the horsepower to drive the pump.

flu 2

(Note:UseH1 = - - ) 10

d 2g

(c) Define bulk modulus of elasticity of a fluid. What is the SI unit of bulk modulus

of elasticity? Discuss the factors influencing the bulk modulus of elasticity of a

fluid. Liquids are generally considered incompressible. Why? 10

of 20 coils. Find the height from which the weight can be dropped before

it strikes the spring so as to cause a compression of 200 mm in the spring.

The coil of the spring has 100 mm mean diameter and 20 mm wire diameter.

Assume G = 85 x 10 4 Nlmm 2 . 10

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(b) Analyze the frame sh~wn in the figure by the method of moment distribution,

Draw bending moment diagram on the tension side of the members, 20

lOOkN c

B EI

4m EI

:

1 A

jE----- 3 m ~

(c) Design a double-angJ discontinuous strut to carry a load of 90 kN, The length

of the strut is 3 m between intersections, The two angles are placed

back-to-back (with long legs connected) on the same side of 10 mm thick

gusset plate and are ack riveted, f y = 250 MPa.

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Angle !SA 65x65xB mm !SA 70 X 70 X B mm !SA BOx BOx 6 mm !SA BOxBOxB mm

Area

976 105B 929 1221

(mm 2) 'I

rxx

19'6 212 246 244

(mm) I

ryy 196 21'2 246 244

(mm)

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Permissible compressive stresses

lIr 100 110

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120 130 140 150 160 170

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Oac I

80 72 64 57 51 45 41 37

(MPa) 10

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