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OBJECTIVES

To impart adequate knowledge on how to analyze and design structural members subjected to

tension, compression, torsion, bending and combined stresses using the fundamental concepts of

stress, strain and elastic behavior of materials. Develop an understanding of the concepts of stress

and strain and their use in the analysis and design of structures. To understand the failure

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phenomenon and learn how to prevent the failure. Utilize appropriate materials in design

considering engineering properties, sustainability, cost and weight. Perform engineering work in

accordance with ethical and economic constraints related to the design of structures.

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UNIT I

SIMPLE STRESSES AND STRAINS STRAIN ENERGY

1 What is the Principle of surveying Understanding a

2 Define Magnetic, True & Arbitrary Meridians. Understanding a

3 Mention different types of chains Understanding a

4 Differentiate between direct and indirect ranging. Understanding a

5 What is the Principle of chain surveying Understanding b

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7 Write down the conditions for closed traverse Understanding b

8 Mention the Errors in chain surveying Understanding

b

remembering

9 Differentiate Between Prismatic Compass and Surveyors Compass Understanding c

10 Define local attraction Understanding c

UNIT- II

SHEAR FORCE AND BENDING MOMENT

1 Write about Methods of leveling Understanding d

2 Define Curvature & Refraction Understanding d

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3 Write a note on Errors in leveling Understanding d

remembering

4 Write a note on Temporary adjustments to leveling instrument Understanding d

remembering

5 Define leveling Understanding d

remembering

6 Define Benchmark Understanding d

remembering

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7 Draw a neat sketch to indicate the following : level surface, Understanding d

horizontal surface, vertical line, level line and horizontal line remembering

8 Explain the differences between the height of collimation method and Understanding d

the rise and fall method of reduction of levels. remembering

9 Define contour & Contour gradient Understanding d

remembering

or

10 Mention the Method of plotting of contours Understanding d

remembering

UNIT III

FLEXURAL STRESSES - SHEAR STRESSES

1 Mention different methods of Calculation of area of traverse understanding e

2 Mention different methods of Calculation of area between a survey

understanding e

line and an irregular boundary

3

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Mention different methods of Calculation of area of a plane figure understanding e

4 Write about Calculation of volumes using Simpsons & Trapezoidal

understanding e

rule

5 Write about Calculation of capacity of reservoir and barrow pits Understanding e

6 Write about prismoidal rule understanding f

7 Write about Mid-ordinate rule Remembering f

8 Write about Average - ordinate rule Understanding

f

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& evaluate

9 Write about Trapezoidal rule Understanding

f

& evaluate

10 Write about Simpsons rule Understanding

f

& Evaluate

UNIT-IV

PRINCIPAL STRESSES AND STRAINS THEORIES OF FAILURE

1 Define Principal plane. understanding g

2 Define principal stress. What are the methods used understanding g

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3 What are the methods used to determine the stresses on oblique remembering g

section?

4 What are the cases considered in determining the stresses on oblique remembering g

section using analytical method ?

5 Define obliquity and write an expression for it. understanding g

6 What are the cases considered in determining the stresses on oblique remembering g

section using graphical method?

7 Write short notes on Mohrs circle of stresses. understanding g

remembering

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9 What do you understand by the term Theories of failure? Name the Understanding

h

important theories of failure. remembering

10 Explain the reasons why theory of failure is best suited for (i) ductile

Understanding h

materials; (ii) Brittle materials

UNIT V

DEFLECTION OF BEAMS CONJUGATE BEAM METHOD

1 Define deflection and slope. Understanding i

2 List out the different methods for finding slope and deflection of a

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Remembering i

beam.

3 What is Macaulays method? Where is it used? Remembering

i

Understanding

4 What is moment area method? Where is it used? Remembering

i

Understanding

5 What is a cantilever? What are the different methods of finding slope

or

Understanding i

and deflection of cantilever method?

6 Define and explain the terms: conjugate beam, conjugate beam

Understanding i

method, flexural rigidity.

7 Write the boundary conditions for the following beams: Simply Understanding

i

supported beam, cantilever beam. remembering

8 What is the use of conjugate beam method over other methods? Understanding j

9 How will you use conjugate beam method for finding slope and Remembering

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deflection at any section of a given beam? Understanding

j

10 What is the relation between an actual beam and the corresponding

Understanding j

conjugate beam for different end conditions?

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Level e

UNIT I

SIMPLE STRESSES AND STRAINS STRAIN ENERGY

1 What is the Principle of surveying Understanding

a

remembering

2 Write brief notes on a) Optical square b) Cross- staff

analyze a

c) Hypotenusal allowance

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4 What are the sources of errors in surveying analyze

b

Apply

5 Classification of surveying in brief analyze

b

Apply

6 What are the objectives of surveying analyze

b

Apply

7 Explain with neat sketches, the following methods of locating a point

analyze

by plane table survey. b

Apply

a)Radiation b) Intersection c) Resection

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8 Determine the back bearings corresponding to the following fore

analyze &

bearings c

Apply

a)300 36 b. 1900 10 c. 900 39 d. 2860 51

9 Define three-point problem and show how it may be solved by tracing analyze &

c

paper method. Apply

10 Enlist and explain briefly the different methods of plane table analyze &

c

surveying Apply

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UNIT II

SHEAR FORCE AND BENDING MOMENT

1 Define Cross sectioning Understanding d

2 Write a note on Characteristics of contours Understanding d

3 Write a note on Uses and advantage s of contours Understanding d

or

4 What do you mean by interpolation of contours analyze ,Apply d

5 What is profile leveling? Describe the procedure for conducting analyze ,Apply c

profile leveling of a proposed highway.

6 What is cross-sectioning? What is its importance? How would you analyze ,Apply d

draw a longitudinal section and a cross section?

7 Define Profile leveling analyze ,Apply d

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What is bench mark? Explain different types of Bench marks analyze &

d

Apply

9 Two stations A and B are 1200 m apart. A level was set up between

the two stations 100 m away from A. the readings observed were analyze &

d

1.375 m on A and 2.465 on B. Find the true difference in elevation Apply

between A and B.

10 Describe briefly the processes of

analyze &

i. Differential leveling ii. Profile leveling iii. Cross sectioning d

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Apply

UNIT III

INTERPOLATION AND CURVE FITTING

1 Discuss the following methods of computation of area of a tract with

straight but irregular boundaries.

Understanding e

a. Mid-ordinate rule b. Average - ordinate rule

c. Trapezoidal rule

2 Derive the formula for Simpsons rule. What are its limitations? analyze &

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e

Apply

3 Explain the double meridian distance (D.M.D) method for the analyze &

computation of area of a closed traverse. e

Apply

4 Describe the method of independent co ordinates for computation of analyze &

area. What are its advantages over the D.M.D. method? f

Apply

5 Describe any two methods of the determination of area of triangle? analyze &

How would you determine the area of a quadrilateral or a polygon by f

Apply

triangle method?

6 The following offsets were taken from a chain line to hedge analyze & f

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distance 0 20 40 60 80 120 16 220 280 Apply

0

offset 9.4 10.8 13.6 11.2 9.6 8.4 7. 6.3 4.6

5

Compute the area included between the chain line, the hedge and

offset by Simpsons rule.

7 Determine the area of the closed traverse ABCDE by the D.M.D.

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method

Line Departure in m Latitude in m

AB 220 120 analyze &

f

BC 230 -250 Apply

CD -100 -250

DE -290 100

or

EA -60 280

8 Taking the origin at A , determine the independent coordinates of analyze &

the stations of the traverse in the above problem. Hence determine the f

Apply

area of the traverse.

9 Determine the area of the closed traverse given in problem(7) by the analyze &

f

double parallel distance method. Apply

10 analyze &

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Determine the included between the chain line, the hedge and end

offsets in problem (6) by the trapezoidal rule. Apply

f

UNIT IV

PRINCIPAL STRESSES AND STRAINS THEORIES OF FAILURE

1 A rectangular bar is subjected to a direct stress () in one plane only.

Prove that the normal and shear stresses on an oblique plane are given

by = 2 and analyze &

g

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Where = angle made by oblique plane with the normal cross-section Apply

of bar

n = normal stress; t = tangential or shear stress

2 A rectangular bar is subjected to two direct stresses 1 and 2 in two

mutually perpendicular directions. Prove that the normal stress and

analyze &

shear stress on an oblique plane which is inclined at an angle with g

Apply

the axis of minor stress are given by = 1+ 22+ 1 22 2

and = 1 22 2

3 Derive an expression for the stresses on an oblique plane of a analyze &

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g

rectangular body, when the body is subjected to a simple shear stress. Apply

4 A rectangular body is subjected to direct stresses in two mutually

perpendicular directions accompanied by a shear stress. Prove that the

normal stress and shear stress on an oblique pane inclined at angle analyze &

g

with the plane of major direct stress are given by Apply

= 1+ 22+ 1 22 2 + 2 and = 1 22 2

2

5 Derive an expression for the major and minor principal stresses on an

analyze &

oblique plane, when the body is subjected to direct stresses in two g

Apply

mutually perpendicular directions accompanied by a shear stress.

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6 Define and explain he theories of failure:

(i) Maximum principal stress theory Understanding h

(ii) Maximum principal strain theory

7 Define and explain he theories of failure:

(i) Maximum shear stress theory Understanding h

(ii) Maximum shear strain energy theory

8 A body is subjected to direct stresses in two mutually perpendicular

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principal tensile stresses accompanied by a simple shear stress. Draw

Evaluate h

the Mohrs circle of stresses and explain how you will obtain the

principal stresses and strains.

9 A body is subjected to direct stresses in two mutually perpendicular

directions. How will you determine graphically the resultant stresses

Evaluate h

on an oblique plane when (i) the stresses are unequal and unlike; (ii)

the stresses are unequal and like.

or

10 Derive an expression for the distortion energy per unit volume when a analyze &

h

body is subjected to principal stresses 1, 2 and 3. Apply

UNIT V

DEFLECTION OF BEAMS CONJUGATE BEAM METHOD

1 Derive an expression for slope and deflection of a beam subjected to analyze &

i

uniform bending moment. Apply

2

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Prove that the relation = 2 2 where M is Bending moment analyze &

i

and E is modulus of elasticity and I is moment of inertia. Apply

3 Prove that the deflection at centre of a simply supported beam , analyze &

i

carrying a point load at centre, is given by = 348 Apply

4 Derive the slope at supports and deflection at centre for a simply analyze &

supported beam carrying uniformly distributed load of w per unit Apply i

length over the entire span using Macaulays method.

5 Find the slope and deflection of a simply supported beam carrying a

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(ii) Uniformly distributed load over the entire span using moment

area method.

6 Derive slope and deflection of a cantilever carrying uniformly analyze &

i

distributed load over whole length using Macaulays method. Apply

7 Derive slope and deflection of a cantilever carrying uniformly analyze &

distributed load over a length a from the fixed end by Apply i

(i) double integration method, (ii) Moment area method..

8 Derive slope and deflection of a cantilever carrying a gradually analyze &

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i

varying load from zero at the free end to w/m run at the fixed end. Apply

9 Find the slope and deflection of a simply supported beam carrying a analyze &

Apply j

point load centre, using conjugate beam method.

10 A cantilever carries a point load at the free end. Determine the analyze &

j

deflection at free end using conjugate beam method. Apply

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UNIT I

VECTOR CALCULUS

1 If then what is ? Understand 1

2 If curl then what is Understand 1

3 If are irrotational vectors then what is ? Understand 1

4 What is the physical interpretation of ? Understand 1

5 If then what is called ? Understand 1

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6 What is ? Understand 2

7 What is the necessary and sufficient condition for the line integral Understand 2

for every closed curve ?

8 What is ? Understand 2

9 If where a, b, c are constants then what is Evaluate 2

or

where s is the surface of the unit sphere?

10 If then what is ? Understand 2

UNIT II

FOURIER SERIES AND FOURIER TRANSFORMS

1 If is an even function in the interval then what is the Understand 5

value of ?

2 If in

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then what is the Fourier coefficient ? Understand 5

3 What are the conditions for expansion of a function in Fourier series? Understand 4

4 If is an odd function in the interval then what are the Apply 5

value of ?

5 If in then what is ? Understand 5

6 What is the Fourier sine series for in ? Understand 5

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8 What is the Fourier sine transform of ? Understand 6

9 What is the Fourier cosine transform of ? Understand 6

10 What is the ? Understand 6

UNIT-III

INTERPOLATION AND CURVE FITTING

1 For what values of the Gauss backward interpolation formula is Evaluate 8

used to interpolate?

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2 For what values of the Gauss forward interpolation formula is used Evaluate 8

to interpolate?

3 What is the difference between interpolation and extrapolation Understand 7

4 Write a short note on difference equation Remember 7

5 Write about curve fitting Remember 7

6 b Analyze 7

If y a is a curve then write its normal equations

x

7 If then what is the third normal equation of Analyze 7

by least squares method?

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8 If then what is the first normal equation of ? Analyze 7

9 If then what is the first normal equation of ? Analyze 7

10 If is the best fit for 6 pairs of values by the best Apply 7

method of least-squares, find if 120?

UNIT-IV

NUMERICAL TECHNIQUES

1 What is difference between polynomial and algebraic function? Understand 10

2 What is Transcendental equation Understand 10

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3 Define root of an equation Remember 10

4 What are the merits and demerits of Newton-Raphson Method Understand 10

5 Explain about order of convergence? Understand 10

6 Define linear, quadratic and cubic convergence? Remember 10

7 Explain about False-position method Understand 10

8 Explain about Regula-Falsi method Understand 10

or

9 What is Crouts method in LU decomposition Understand 11

10 What is Dolittles method in LU decomposition Understand 11

UNIT V

NUMERICAL INTEGRATION AND NUMERICAL SOLUTIONS OF DIFFERENTIAL

EQUATIONS

1 How many number of subintervals are required to get accuracy, while Analyze 12

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evaluating a definite integral by trapezoidal rule?

2 What is the interval for closer application, in Simpsons rule? Analyze 12

3 What is the disadvantage of picards method? Understand 13

4 What is the method of Runge-Kutta method? Understand 13

5 If then by using Eulers method what Understand 13

is the value of ?

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what is the value of ?

7 what is the iterative formula of Eulers method for solving Understand 13

with y( )= ?

8 What is the difference of a polynomial of degree ? Understand 13

9 If and y(0)=1 then by picards method what is the value of Understand 13

(x)?

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