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PART A (10 x 2 = 20 Marks)

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1. A circular steel rod tapers uniformly from 40mm to 15mm diameter in a length of

LOm

400mm. What is the elongation of the bar if the axial pull is 40KN. E = 2 X

105N/mm2.

B oo m

2. Define bulk modulus and Poissons ratio.

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3. Define (a) Shear force and (b) Bending moment at a section.

I V aa

4. Draw the shear force and bending moment diagrams for a cantilever beam of span

Cjji pp

l carrying a point at a distance a from the free end.

i nn

A

5. Explain determinate and stable frame.

Nw .

. r

r e

e

6. Explain deficient frame, and redundant frame.

N

Aw w w

7. What is the torque that can be transmitted by a solid shaft of diameterd and

8. Differentiate between a closely coiled helical spring and an open helical spring.

9. Write the expression for longitudinal strain and circumferential strain in the case

of thin cylindrical shells.

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PART B [5 x 16 = 80 Marks]

11. (a) A steel bar 3.5m long is acted upon by forces as shown in figure 11(a).

Determine the values of P and the total elongation of the bar. Take E = 210 KN/mm2.

30mm 40mm

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45KN P 55KN

1.0m Fig.1

1.5m 1.0m

(OR)

(b)A metallic bar 250mm x 100mm x 50mm is subjected to forces as shown in figure -2.

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Find the change in volume taking E = 2 x 105 N/mm2 and Poissons ratio = 0.25. Find the

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change that should be made in the 3MN load, in order that there should be no change in

the volume of the bar.

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Cjji

i V

nnppaa

A

Nw .

. r

r e

e

N

Aw

w w

w w Fig.11(b)

(16)

12 (a) Find the forces in all the members of the girder shown in figure.2 by the method

of joints, indicating whether the force is compressive or tensile.

20KN 40KN

B

60 60 60

A 60 D

(OR)

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internal diameter, 8mm thick is filled with a

fluid at atmospheric pressure. If an additional 20000mm3 of fluid is pumped into the

cylinder find the pressure exerted by the fluid on the cylinder and the hoop stress

induced. E = 2 x 105 N/mm2 and = 0.3. (16)

13(a). Draw the SF and BM diagram for the beam shown in figure-13(a). Find the

maximum values and their positions. Give the values at important points in the diagram.

2 KN/m

2 KN

A B

C

(16)

4m 2m

Figure 13(a)

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(OR)

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(b) A simply supported beam of span 6m is subjected to an uniformly distributed load of

B m

20KN/m over entire length. At a section 2m from the left end 30mm above the neutral

oo

axis, determine the bending stress and shear stress. The cross section of the beam is as

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shown in fig. 13(b).

ll

V

100mm

I aa

10mm

A e

e Cjji

i nnpp 100mm

Nw r

r

10mm

.

.

N

Aw

w w

w w Figure 13(b)

14(a)(i) Find the maximum deflection using Macaulays method for the beam shown in

fig.14(a) (i) EI = 8.6 X 1010 kN/mm2

(16)

40KN/m

A C D B

1m 4m 3m

Fig 14(a)(i) (8)

(a) (ii) Find the deflection at mid span and slope at the end A using conjugate beam

method. EI = 16000kNm2. The beam is shown in fig. 14(a)(ii)

15kN

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A 8m 2m B

C

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Fig 14(a) (ii) (8)

(OR)

(b) A wooden beam 150mm wide and 300mm deep and 3m long is carrying udl of

25kN/m over the entire length. The beam is simply supported at ends. Determine the

maximum shear stress and sketch the shear stress variation along depth of the beam. (16)

15(a) A solid circular shaft transmits 75kN at 200rpm. Find the shaft diameter if the twist

in the shaft is not to exceed 1 in 2m length of shaft and the shearing stress is limited to

50N/mm2. Take G = 100 kN/m2. (16)

(OR)

15(b) Derive the expression for deflection, shear stress and strain energy for close coiled

helical spring when it is subjected to axial load W. (16)

G

LOm

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Cjji

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