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T35/MO705l/EE/20l002 Strength of Material

Time: 180 minutes


Instructions 1) 2) 3) 4) 5) 6) for the Students :

Marks:

100

Ail questions are compulsory. "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 Qt;lestion (SAQ)" is a supply type question of 5 marks which requires a typical answer of about 15-20 lines in about 08-10 minutes. Use of a non-programmable type of scientific calculator is allowed. Draw neat d,iagrams wherever necessary. Assume suitable data ifnecessary.

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Question

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Question Marks

Long Answer type Questions (LAQ's)


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A steel tube having 2,4 cm e~ternal diameter and 1.8 cm internal diameter encloses a copper rod of 1.5 cm diameter to which it is rigidly joined at each end. If, at a.temperature ofJOoC there is no longitudinal stress, calcula.te the stresses in the rod and tube when the temperature is raised at 200oC. Es = 210,000 Nlmm2 E = 100,000 Nlmm2 Coefficients of Linear expansion: as = 11 X 10-610C, "0 ,. a = 18 x 10-610C ,.

b)

Explain the following terms : i) Principal stresses ii) Strain energy iii) Complimentary shear stress iv) Bulk modulus v) Principle ofst. venant
Draw the shear force and bending moment diagrams for a simply supported beam oflength l and carrying a uniformly distributed load wlunit length across the whole span, Derive the formula for transverse shear stresses in beams, A simply supported beam of span 20m carries two concentrated loads of 4kN at Bm and 10 kN at 12 m from one end. Calculate : i) The deflection under each load ii) The maximum deflection E =.200,000 NYmm2, I = 109 mm4 .

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a. No.

Question (a)

Question

Marks

b)

A close coiled helical spring is to have a stiffness of 900 N/m in compression with a maximum load of 45N and maximum shearing stress of 120 N/mm2. The solid length of spring is 45mm. Find the wire diameter, m~an coil radius and number of coils. (G = 40, 000N/mm2).

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A thin cylindrical tube of 75 mm internal diameter, 5mm thickness, is closed at the ends and subjected to an internal pressure of 5.5 Nlmm2. A torque of 500 JlNm is also applied to the tube. Determine the maximum and minimum principal stressesand the maximum shearing stress. Describe the various hardness testing methods for testing materials. Short Answer type Questions (SAQ's)

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5.

Draw and explainMohr's stress circle.


Write the bending equation and specify the various terms involved in it.

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6. 7.

State the various assumptions in the plastic theory of bending. Explain the term 'Euler crippling load'.

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