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1. ________conditions exist when the thickness dimension (usually the z-direction) is much

smaller than the length and width dimensions of a solid.

a) Plane strain conditions b) Plane stress conditions

c) Plane tension conditions d) Plane pressure conditions

Ans : b

2. A state of ______ will exist in a solid when the thickness dimension is much larger than

other two dimensions.

a) Plane strain conditions b) Plane stress conditions

c) Plane tension conditions d) Plane pressure conditions

Ans : a

3. Dam structure with _____________ assumption

a) Plane strain conditions b) Plane stress conditions

c) Plane tension conditions d) Plane pressure conditions

Ans : a

4. The strain energy is a form of energy that is stored in the solid due to the ________.

a) rigid deformation b) unbending deformation

c) inflexible deformation d) elastic deformation

Ans : d

5. Displacement is a linear function, strain and stress are constant within an element is called

a

a) linear triangle b) axisymmetric element

c) constant strain triangle element d) unsymmetrical element

Ans : c

6. This triangular element, _________ per node chooses linear displacement functions for u

and v and hence gives constant strain terms over the entire element.

a) 4 nodes and 6 DOF b) 3 nodes and 2 DOF

c) 4 nodes and 6 DOF d) 2 nodes and 3 DOF

Ans : b

7. These are the elements having no internal nodes

a) Lagrange elements b) Serendipity elements

b) Symmetric c) unsymmetrical element

Ans : b

8. These are the elements having internal nodes which can be condensed out at the element

level before assembling.

a) Lagrange elements b) Serendipity elements

b) Symmetric c) unsymmetrical element

Ans : a

9. The standard method of inverting a matrix (the stiffness matrix) to yield the unknown

nodal values of the field variable.

a) CRAMER’S method b) Gaussian elimination method

c) Direct method d) Penalty Method

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Ans : b

10. Any element with a second order or non-liner interpolation function called as

a) Lower order element b) Polynomial order element

c) Higher order element d) Liner order element

Ans : c

11. A material with same mechanical properties in three mutually perpendicular directions.

a) Orthotropic material c) Non- linearity material

b) Smart material d) Isotropic material

Ans : d

12. Where the geometry of the problem changes significantly so that a linear analysis is no

longer acceptable. This might be due to large displacements or stress stiffening.

a) Material non-linearity b) Geometric non-linearity

c) Hybrid non-linearity d) Thermal non-linearity

Ans : b

13. Where the material behavior is not governed by a linear stress-strain relationship ( in

stress problems), such as those material considered in plasticity and creep problems.

a) Material non-linearity b) Geometric non-linearity

c) Hybrid non-linearity d) Thermal non-linearity

Ans : a

14. The matrix, which contains the Young’s modulus and Poisson’s ratio details in stress

problems and thermal conductivities in thermal problems.

a) Stiffness Matrix b) Material property matrix

c) Strain energy matrix d) Inverting a matrix

Ans : b

15. A material with symmetric mechanical properties in two perpendicular directions

a) Non- linearity material b) Orthotropic materials

c) Isotropic material d) Smart material

Ans :b

16. The matrix, which relates force to displacement in stress problems and applied heat to

temperature problems.

a) Stiffness Matrix b) Material property matrix

c) Strain energy matrix d) Inverting a matrix

Ans : a

17. The strain produced in an element due to a change in temperature.

a) lateral strain b) Shear strain

c) Heat flux d) Thermal strain

Ans : d

18. A method of predicting when a material can be considered to have failed.

a) FMEA method b) DFMA method

c) Von-Mises failure criterion d) Hybrid method

Ans : c

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a) Stiffness(K ) F ( force) D(displacement ) b) Stiffness( K ) F ( force) D(displacement )

c) Stiffness( K ) F ( force) D(displacement ) d) Stiffness(K ) D(displacement ) F ( force)

Ans : b

20. Consider four rods of identical geometry but different materials say Aluminium,

Steel,copper and cast iron. Which one is more stiffer?

a) Aluminium b) Steel

c) copper d) cast iron

Ans : b

21. Consider a freely lying pen on table. Lift the pen and hold it in your hand softly. As per

the definition of stress, force has been applied also there is area or volume of the object. What

do you feel, will there be any stress,strain and tension in the pen?

a) Stress b) Strain

c) No stress d) Tension

Ans : c

22. The matrix equation of the heat transfer problem is____(Q- Thermal load, T-Nodal

temperature, KT-Conductance matrix)

a) KT T Q b) KT T Q

c) KT T Q d) KT Q T

Ans : c

23. The Fourier law of heat conduction states that the magnitude of the heat flux (heat flow

per unit time) is proportional to the temperature gradient:(where k, the thermal conductivity, is

a material property, A is the area of cross section normal to the x-axis, qx is the heat flux in the

x-direction.

dx dT

a) qx kA b) qx kA

dT dx

dT dx

c) qx kA d) qx kA

dx dT

Ans : b

24. convective heat transfer given by the following equation_(where h is the convection

coefficient, T∞ is the temperature of the surrounding fluid, and T is the surface temperature of

the solid).

a) Qh h(T T ) b) Qh h(T / T )

c) Qh h(T T ) d) Qh h(T / T )

Ans : c

25. Element conductance matrix.

AE 1 1 kA 1 1

L 1 1 L 1 1

a) b)

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kA 1 1 kE 1 1

L 1 1 L 1 1

c) d)

Ans : c

hPL 2 1 hPL 2 1

a) kh b) kh

6 1 2 6 1 2

hPL 1 2 hPL 1 2

c) kh

6 2 1 6 2 1

d) k h

Ans : b

27. ______heat transfer is due to molecular movement of fluid such as air or water, when the

fluid is caused to move away from the source of heat, carrying with it.

a) Convection b) Conduction

c) Heat flux d) Radiation

Ans : a

28. ______ is the transfer of energy via electromagnetic waves.

a) Convection b) Conduction

c) Heat flux d) Radiation

Ans : d

29. ANSYS uses

a) frontal solution b) 'Cramer's rule

c) banded matrix solution d) Cholesky decomposition

Ans : c

30. Consistent loads are based on

(a) stress equilibrium (b) displacement continuity

(c) energy equivalence (d) force balance

Ans : c

31. Within elastic limit, results due to a combination of loads is same as linear superposition

of results by each of those loads

(a) always true (b) always false

(c) sometimes true (d) needs repeated analysis

Ans : a

32. As a default option, mesh is refined in ANSYS using

(a) g-method (b) h-method

(c) p-method (d) r-method

Ans : b

33. Loads command in ANSYS includes

(a) loads only (b) loads & stresses

(c) loads or displacements (d) loads & displacements

Ans : d

34. Real constants in ANSYS indicate

(a) material properties (b) section properties

(c) thermal properties (d) nodal loads

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Ans : b

35. "Attributes" in ANSYS refer to

(a) section & material properties (b) section properties

(c) material properties (d) applied loads

Ans : a

(a) Basics (b) Primitives

( c) Primaries (d) Areas and volumes

Ans : b

37. Most FEM software reduce computer memory requirement by storing

(a) half of symmetric stiffness matrix (b) half of banded matrix

(c) stiffness matrix as a column vector (d) complete stiffness matrix

Ans : b

38. Most FEM software use

(a) displacement method (b) force method

(c) stress method (d) hybrid method

Ans : a

39. Stresses in most FEM software are given

(a) N/mm2 (b) Pascal

(c) units based on input data (d) user specified units

Ans : c

40. ANSYS accepts section properties set based on______.

(a) element size (b) element type

(c) type of load (d) type of material

Ans : b

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