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## Time: 180 minutes

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. "Long Answer type Question (LAQ)"is a supply type question of 20 marks which requires a typical answer of about 60~80 lines in about 32-40 minutes. '
."Short Answer type Question (SAQ)" is a supply type qu~stion of 5 marks

## All questions are compulsory.

which requires a typical al.1swerof about 15-20 lines in about 08-10 minutes. 4) 5) 6) a. No. Use .ofa non-programmable type of scientific calculator is allowed. Draw neat diagrams wherever nece~sary. Assume suitable data if necessary.

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## Long Answer type Questions (LA~'s)

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Give the statement ofth~ St. Venantprinciple and explain it. Define strain energy. Derive an expressionfor strain energy ofa bar having a uniform <;ross-section " length 'i' and subjectedto 'A an axi.alload 'P'. A bar of steel 25 cm long and of a rectangular cross-section 25 mm x 50 mill is subjected to a uniform tensile stress of 200 N!mm2 along its length. Find the 0.3. E = 205,000 N!mm2 Poisson'sratio= changesill the dimensi~ns. .-. Explain the term Poisson'sratio.

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A girder 30 m long carrying a .uniformly distributed load of'W kN(m is to :besupported on two piers 18m apart sothat the greatest bending moment shall be as small as possible. Find the distance of the piers from the ends of the gi~~~~~~imum bending moment.
a) Prove that the strain l tI =f O M2 .dXiEI energy t>f~beam is given by

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An open-coiled helical\$pring is made having ten turns wound to a mean diameter of 120 mIri. The wire diameter is io mm and the coils make an angle: of 300 with~ plane perpendicular to'the axis of the coil. Find: i) ii) 'the axial extension with a load of; 100 N the angle that the f~ee end will turn through with this load if it is free to rotate; --' , ~E =208,000 N/mrn2, G.= 83,000 N/mm2;!"C~

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A uniform bar of cross-sectionalarea A and flexural stiffness El is heated so that its temperature varies linearly from '1/2 at one t' end to 't'. at the- other end. One end is pin jointed to a rigid foundation, the other end is pin jointed so that it can slide in the direction of the length of the bar, the thermal expansionofwhich is resisted by a compression spring of stiffness K. If there is no load in ,thespring when t = 0, obtain an expressionfor the stress in the bar when it is heated and s~ow that it buckles in flexure when
t= 41r2[ 3 a [2A where a = coefficient oflinear i+

EA Kl.
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Describe with a neat sketch, the following i) ii) Cambridge Ewing's extensometer extensometer.

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Short Answer type Questions (SAQ's) 5. 6. 7. Explain anyone of the theories offailur~.
What do you mean by shear centre ? Explain. Describe with a neat sketch, a leaf spring. Explain with a neat sketch, the 'Izod impact test'.
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