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Compute the modulus of elasticity of the material of this rod. 2. What is strain energy and write its unit in S.I. system? 3. Mention and sketch any two types of supports and corcting for the beams. 4. Sketch the bending stress as well as shear stress distdbution for a beam of rectangular cross section. 5. Write down the simple torsion formula with the meaning of each symbol for circular cross section. 6. Define stiffness of spring and mention its unit in SI system. 7. List any four methods of determining slope and deflection of loaded beam. 8. The actual length of a column is l0 m. Determine its effective length if both the ends of the column are rigidity fixed. 9. What are assumptions involved in the analysis of thin cylindrical shells. 10. Define principle planes. PARTB-(Sx16= S0marks) 11. (a) Two vertical rods one of steel and other of copper are each rigidly fixed at the top and 600 mm apart. Diameters and lengths of the rods are 2 5 mm and 5 m respectively. A cross bar fixed to the rods at the lower end carries a load of 7 kN such that the cross bar remains horizontal even after loading. Find the steps in each rod and the position of the load on the cross bar. Assume the modulus of elasticity for steel and copper as 200 kN/mm, and 100 kN/mm'? respectivi (b) A cast iron flat'300 mm long and 30 mm (thickness) x 60 mm (width) uniform cross section, is acted upon by the following forces : 30 kN tensile in the direction of the length 360 kN compression in the dilection of the width(a) A beam of length 6 m is simply supported at the ends and carries two

3 m long is having 10 mm metal thickness. is subjected to an axial compressive load. . A hollow cast iron strut 150 mm outer and 100 mm in diameter and I m long./mm2. Assurne EI = 170O0 kN-m'. Or.40 kN tensile in the direction of the thiclaress.25 respectivcly. Calculate the direct strain. and 1/1600. net strain in each direction and change in volume of the flat. and 0.5 N. Or (b) The state of sress (in N/mm?) afiing at a certain point of the snained material ls stror rn in Fig.!. A cylindrical shell 800 mm in diameter. one end pin jointed and other end is fixe. Compute the slope and deflection under eachlsad. Assume the modulus of elasticity and Poisson's ratio of the material of the shell as 200 kN/mm. Also determine the maximum bencting moment and location of point of conua flexure. Q f 2(a). If the shell is subjecred to an internal pressure of 2. calculate the safe load.point loads of 48 kN and 40 kN at a distance of I m and 3 m respectively from the left support.25 respectively. Q 15(b). L2. Taking factor of safety as 5 and Rankine's constants 550 N/mm. Assume the modulus of elasticity and Poisson's ratio for cast iron as 140 kN/mm? and 0. (a) Draw the shear force and bending moment diagrams for the beam shown in Fig. (i) the change in diameter (ii) the change in length and (iii) the change in volume. Compute (i) The magnitude and nature of principal stress 2.

Find the maximum bending stress in the metal of the pipe when it is running full of water. 12(a) Or A cast iron pipe 300 mm internal diameter. The madmum shear suess is not to exceed 140 N/mm'?. (b) 1 1410 . Also determine rhe angle of twist in a length of 3 m of the shaft. A steel shaft is required ro transmit zs kw power at 100 r. (a) Fig. Determine the mean diameter of the spring. metal thickness 1S mm. is to be designed to absorb 300 J energy with an extension of 150 mm. Assume the modulus of rigidity for steel as 90 kN/mm Or (b) A helical spring. diameter of the wire which forms the spring and the number of turns.m. in which the mean diameter of the coils is lz rimes the lvire d. is supported at two polnts 6 m apart. Assume the specific weight of iast iron and water aJ ZZ kN/m:l and l0 kN/m3 respectively.p. Assume the modulus of rigidity of the material of the spring as B0 kN/mmr.iameter.13. Find the diameter of the steel shaft if the maximum stress is 70 N/mm. Q. and the maximum twisting moment is 30% greater than the mean.

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