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BABASAHEB AMBEDKAR TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY, LONERE


Mid Semester Examination – March 2019
Course: B. Tech S.E. Sem: II
Subject Name: Strength of Materials Subject Code:BTMEC403
Max Marks: 20 Date:- 13/03/2019 Duration:- 1 Hr.
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Instructions to the Students:
1. Only Non-programmable calculator is allowed.
Mark
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Q. Attempt all 6
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1. The internal resistance which the body offers to meet the load or external force is called
a) Stress b) Strain
c) pressure d) none of the above

2. The unit of stress in S.I. unit is


a) MN/m2 b) kN/mm2
2
c) N/mm d) all of the above

3. The deformation per unit length is called…………


a) Strain
b) Tensile stress
c) Compressive stress
d) Shear stress
4. The ratio between the change in volume and original volume of the body is
called……………strain
a) Tensile
b) Compressive
c) Shear
d) Volumetric
5. Modulus of elasticity is defined as the ratio of
a) Shear stress to shear strain
b) Linear stress to linear strain
c) Linear strain to lateral strain
d) Lateral strain to linear strain
6. The ratio of lateral strain to linear strain is known as
a) Modulus of elasticity
b) Modulus of rigidity
c) Poission’s ratio
d) Elastic

Q. Solve Any Two of the following. 3X2


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(A) A steel tube, 100mm internal diameter and 5mm thick has an inner and outer brass liner of same length
and thickness. The composite section carries an axial thrust of 175 kN. Calculate load taken by each tube
and the amount by which it is shorter. Take length of the section 150mm. Es = 200 GPa and E b = 100 Gpa.

(B) Explain Stress Strain curve for ductile material.

(C) Define a) Angle of Obligity


b) Factor of safety
c) Elastic limit

Q. Solve Any One of the following. 8


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(A) A steel tube, 100mm internal diameter and 5mm thick has an inner and outer brass liner of same length
and thickness. The composite section carries an axial thrust of 175 kN. Calculate load taken by each tube
and the amount by which it is shorter. Take length of the section 150mm. Es = 200 GPa and E b = 100 Gpa.

(B)
A bar of cross sectional area 850mm2 is acted upon by axial force of 60 kN applied at each end of the bar.
Determine the normal and shearing stresses on a plane inclined at 30 0 to the direction of loading.

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