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# THEORY OF

MODEL QUESTIONS
Part A

(5 x 2=10)

## 1) Differentiate between inverse method and semi inverse method

(L)
2) Compute the radial and circumferential stress components for the Airys
stress function
(Ap)
3) Mention examples for Plane stress and plane strain conditions
(R)
4) State and explain Axisymmetric problems with example.
(R)
5) Explain what type of problem is solved by the following polynomial:
(Ap)
Part B
(8 +16 +16 =40)
6 a) i) State the biharmonic equation for plane strain.
(R)
ii) Determine the radial stress component at a point (2,30 in polar
coordinates from Airys stress function where c is constant.
(L)
iii) Write the polynomial equation for first and second degree functions if
(L)
iv)What is meant by Airys stress equations?
(L)
(Or)
6 b) Prove that for the Airys stress function which is independent of r (L)
7 a) Derive the stress distribution for an infinite plate with a central hole
subjected to tension. (L)
(Or)
7 b) Derive the deflection for a cantilever beam subjected to load P at its
free end. Take
.
(L)
8a) Determine the constants A and C in Lames equations given that a
cylinder is subjected to internal pressure only and the axial strain is zero. Plot the
distribution and derive the general expression for radial displacement.
(L)
(Or)
8b) Apply the stress function on a beam of rectangular section of breadth 2h
and depth d. Determine what kind of problem is solved by this stress function
(L)

Part A
(5 x 2=10)
1. Prove that the following is an Airys stress function and examine the
stress distribution.
.
(L)

## 2. State the expression for finding stress in polar coordinates

(R)
3. Write down any two examples for plane stress problems
(R)
4. A thick cylinder of inner radius 10cmand outer radius 15cm is subjected
to internal pressure of 12MN/Sq.m. Find the radial and hoop stresses at
the inner and outer surfaces
(L)
5. Show that the following strains and displacements are all compatible in
plane stress:
.
(L)
Part B
(8 + 16 +
16 =40)
6. a) i)State the relation between Cartesian coordinates and polar
coordinates.
(R)
ii) State the kirch problem?
(R)
iii) Mention the equilibrium equations in polar coordinates for plane
stress case.
(L)
iv)What do you understand by Axisymmetric problems?
(U)
(Or)
6. b)Show that Airys stress function represents stress distribution in a
cantilever beam loaded at free end with load P. Find the value of A if where b and
h are width and depth respectively of the cantilever.
(AP)
7. a) Derive Bi harmonic equation in Polar coordinates
(L)
(Or)
7 b) Derive the stress distribution for an infinite plate with central hole subjected
to shear field.
(L)
8a). Find the stresses in polar coordinates for a hollow cylinder subjected to inner
and external pressure
(L)
(Or)
8b) Find the stress distribution for an infinite plate with central hole subjected to
tensile field. (L)