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STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS - I

Instructions to Candidates :-

(1) Solve All questions carry equal marks.

(2) Assume suitable data wherever necessary.

(3) Illustrate your answers wherever necessary with the help of neat sketches.

(4) Use of non-programmable calculators and drawing instruments is permitted.

1. A horizontal girder of steel having a uniform section is 14m long and is simply supported

at ends. It carries concentrated load of 120 KN and 80 KN at sections 3m and

4.5m from the left and the right ends respectively. Find the slope and deflection under

the loads and slopes at each end by using conjugate beam method.

Take EI = 3.36 X 1011 KN-mm2• 10

OR

2. Analyze the continuous beam as shown in fig. 1 by three moments theorem. Draw

S. F. D. and B. M. D.

9KN

3KN

Et~.a

~-;","~

FIG. 1 ,

\

\ \ 10

3. Determine the support moments for the continuous girder as shown in fig 2. if the

support B Sinks by 2.5 mm. For all members I = 3.50 X 107 mm4 and E = 200 KN/

mm2• Analyse by using MDM and draw BMD.

10

FIG. 2

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OR

'-\ ; f'urtal frame ABCD hinged at the bases is loaded a~ shown 111 fig. 3. The vertical

'11cnbcr AB and DC are of the same section and Ibe = 2I"b" Analyse the frame by

V'll):vl and draw B. M. diagram. Load 10 kN acts at midspan of Be.

lOKN

8 c

4m

3l<N!m Sm

o 10

A FIG. 3

The load system as shown in fig. 4 moves from left to right on a girder of span

10m Find the maximum shear and bending moment at a sectIOn 4m from the left end

and also find its absolute maximum bending moment.

~ O.5m

o

+ O.5m 0+ 1m

0 o

~

FIG.4

10

OR

6 Draw ILD for the force in the truss members UZU3, U1Lz' UZL3 AND L2L3 as shown

111 fig. 5. The length of vertical member is 3m.

6paneISCg':fm eacn

10

S ISM/MS-IS/1376 2 Conld.

7. Analyse the redundant truss as shown in fig. 6 by strain energy method. Figures on

the member indicate area in cm2. Take E = 2 X lOs N/mm2.

30

10

fiG 6

8. Analyse the portal frame as shown In fig. 7 by strain energy method and draw the

B. M. D.

....---- lSKN/m

lOOKN

[] 3m

FIG.7

/ 10

9. For two hinged parabolic arch shown In fig. 8 determine the posltIve and negative

B. M., Normal thrust and redial shear at a section 3 m from the left end. Also find

vertical and horizontal reactions.

lOKN/m

10

SMSMlMS-15/1376 3 Contd.

OR

lOA parabolic arch hinged at the springing and crown has a span of 20 m The central

rise of the arch i: 4m. It is loaded with a uniformly distributed load of inten~lty

20 KN/m on the left 3m length. Calculate (i) the directlOn and magnitude of reactlOn

at the hinges (ii) the B. M., Normal thrust and redial shear at 4 m from the left

end (iii) Max. Positive and negative bending moment. 10

11 Determine the support moments of the continuous beam as shown III fig 9 by slope

deflection method and draw its BMD.

36 N-m

6 teN

D

r- 6KN/m

E

A

3m 1m 1 2m 11.251 ]

~

10

OR

12 Analyse the portal frame as shown in fig. 10 by using slope deflection Method and

dra\\ it~ B. M. D. All vertical members have same moment of inertia of 21.

lOOKN

4m J lSOKN·m

Sm

o 3m

10

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Course Code : CET 206 SMSMIMS - 15/1377

Instructions to Candidates :-

(I) Illustrate your answers wherever necessary with the help of neat sketches.

(2) Diagrams and Chemical equations should be given wherever necessary.

(3) Assume suitable data wherever necessary.

(4) Due credit will be given to neatness and adequate dimensions.

(5) All questions catTy equal marks.

1. (a) Explain briefly the various methods and timbering of trenches under different

conditions for basements. 5

good foundation. 5

OR

2. (a) Discus the vanous causes of failure of foundation and preventive measures.

5

(b) Design the foundation of brick pillar 40 rom X 400 rom to carry an

axial load of 85 kN. Safe bearing capacity of soil is 60 KN/M2. The

angle of repose is 25° and the weight of soil is 16 KN/m3. 5

3. (a) Compare the English bond and Flemish bond. Draw the sketches. 5

(b) Explain the process of plastering. 5

OR

(1) Paving block (2) Cement concrete block

(3) Fire clay bricks 6

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5. (a) Explain with neat sketches any two types of Ashlar stone masonry.

4

(b) What is the difference between arch and a lintel ? Draw a sketch

of an arch and name component parts. 6

OR

6. (a) What are the types of joints used In stone masonry ? Describe each

joint with neat sketche. 5

7. (a) Explain In brief vanous basic forms of pitched roofs with neat sketch.

6

OR

8. (a) Explain In brief the factors that affect the selection of floors finish.

4

(b) What are the various types of roof covenng materials commonly used

for pitched roof ? Explain brief1y. 6

Explain its suitability. 4

(b) What is the purpose of providing windows ? Discuss, how you will

decide the number of windows and their locations. Draw neat sketch

of cement window. 6

10. (a) Explain on the basic of movement of door panel with sketch

(l) Revolving Door (2) Swing Door

(3) Sliding Door 6

2.0 m X 4.6 m. The height of floor is 3.30 m and floor consists of R.

C. C. slab of 120 mm thickness. Design a proper layout of an R. C. C.

stair for this building. Draw heat dimensioned plan. 4

SMSMIMS-IS/1377 2 Coutd.

11. (a) What are the causes of dampness in the walls ? How will you prevent

them ? Enlist various types of materials generally used for damp proof

courses ? 5

(1) Under-pinning (2) Scaffolding 5

OR

(b) What is the necessity of thermal and sound insulation ? Give example

where it IS used. 4

S~S~S-lS/1377 3 SS

Course Code : CET 208 SMSMIMS - 15/1379

CONCRETE TECHNOLOGY

Instructions to Candidates :-

(I) Mobile phones are prohibited in examination hall.

(2) Illustrate your answers wherever necessary with the help of neat sketches.

(3) Diagrams and Chemical equations should be given wherever necessary.

(4) Assume suitable data wherever necessary.

(5) Due credit will be given to neatness and adequate dimensions.

(6) All question CatTY marks as indicated.

(7) Use of IS 456 and IS 10262 is permitted.

1. (a) Describe the wet process of manufacturing of cement with the help of

flow chart. 5

(b) What are water reducing admixtures ? Explain their action and applications

in concrete making. 5

OR

2. (a) State the four stages of moisture content in aggregates. Clearly indicate the

difference between the various stages with the help of a diagram. 5

(b) State the factors affecting the strength of concrete and describe any two

in detail. 5

3. (a) Explain, with sketches, different types of slumps of concrete observed while

conducting the slump test. 5

(b) List at least six different methods of transporting concrete. Explain any two

in greater detail. 5

OR

4. (a) Differentiate between volume batching and weigh batching III concrete mIX

procedure. 5

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(b) What are the functions of formwork ? How can they contribute to better

quality of concrete ? 5

(a) List at least three destructive test on hardened concrete and describe any

one in detail. 5

(b) Describe Rebound hammer test with labeled sketch. Also mention under which

circumstances this method is useful. 5

OR

(b) State the advantages of using high strength concrete. 5

7. (a) List and explain at least five factors affecting the concrete mIX design.

5

(b) State the steps involved 111 choice of mix proportion and describe any two

in detail. 5

OR

• Aggregate:

Max. Nominal size : 20 mm, Shape

Angular, Specific gravity of

Water absorption

Free (surface) moisture

MSM/MS-15/1379 2 Conld.

Sieve analysis

(a) Coarse aggregate : Conforming to Table 2 of IS 383

Workability compaction factor = 0.90

Exposure condition : Mild

Degree of supervision : Very Good. 10

(b) Discuss the behavior of concrete under acid attack. 5

OR

10. (a) Discuss various aspect of durability of concrete. What measures are taken

by IS code to ensure durable structure ? 5

(b) Explain the mechanism of shrinkage of concrete and write 111 short about

the various factors affecting it. 5

11. (a) What are the different design constants in theory of reinforced cement concrete.

Explain each one of them in detail. 5

(b) Design the rectangular beam for a simply supported span of 4 meters.

Live load = 5 leN/m. Use concrete M 25 and steel Fe 415. Sketch

the steel reinforcement. 5

OR

12. (a) Explain the mechanism by which the RCC beam resists the external loads/

moments by generating internal forces. 5

(b) A singly reinforced concrete beam is of width 230 mm and effective depth

385 mm. It is reinforced with 6 Nos. of 18 mm mild steel bars. Assuming

M 25 concrete, determine its moment of resistance according to the working

stress method. 5

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