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DEGREE EXAMINATION, NO\BMBER/DECEMBER 2002.

First Semester
GE 131

ENGINEERING MECHANICS

(Common to Ail Branches except Marine Engineering)

Time : lhree hours

Maximum : 100 marks

Alswer AI-L questions.


PART

A -(10x

=20marks)

State the e9u|,figns of equilibrium of a coplanar system of forces.


9

Determine the second moment of area of a triangle with respect to the base.

3.

Find the resultant of an 800 N force acting to,wards 500 N force acting towards north eastern direcfon.
State Varignon's theorem. '

eas.uern

direction and

4.

5.

What is uniform motion?

6.

Determine the position of a particle, whose motion x = t3 - 3t2 - gt + 12, rvhen veiocity becomes zero.
State D'Alembert's principle. What is general piane motion?
Define instantaneous centre ol rotation.

is

given

by

7.

8.

9.

10.

Define co-efficient of restitution,

PARTB_(5x16=80marks)

11.

Determine the momer Fig. 1 about,."

,.;; ;;:r':i,:ii;::'"-'s
l*roo

cross-sectiooar area shon-n in

J
-rrrl

--

l/

100

nm
'

Fig.

12. (a)

Determine the lenr.th ar rn -^__r AC of cord ^. 2 so in Fig' that the 8 kg lamp is suspended ,,, ,nr""on oo"ttton shor'vn The undel length of the spring AB is /; = o.*; ar.rd , the spring has :ss of *.* = 300 N/m. " "orrrr,llt-l'

l'--I

--

z nr

Fig.
Or-

(b)

of reaction for the Determine the horizontal and vertical components weight of the bean in the beam loaded as shown in Fig. 3. Neglect the calculations-

100

Fig.

13.

(a)

area of an unequal l-section Determine the centroid of the cross-sectional shown in Fig. 4

\b
=-5cm'
L

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15 cm
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cml
i

-f-

lI

30 cm

--l

Fig. 4 Or

(b) A

of mean dia of 10'0 cm and pitch screw jack has square threads must be applied to the end of 50 cm 1.25 cm. Determine the force that 50 kN' Find the effrciency of iever (i) to raise (ii) to lorver a weight of p 02' the jack. ls it selflocking? Assume =
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L4. (a)

A body is projected at an angle such that its horizontal range is 3 tihes the maximum height- Find the angle of projection. Or
T\vo bodies weighing 300 N and 450 N are hung to the ends of a rope passing over ar ideal pulley. With what acceleration the heavier body comes down? What is the tension in the string?

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15.
(a)

In the engine system shown in Fig. 5, the crank AB has a constant


clockwise angular velocity of 3000 rpm. For the crank position indicated, frnd .

(i) (ii)

the angular velocity ofthe connecting rod velocity of piston.

Fig. 5
I

Or
(b)

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The uniform 5 kg rod shown in Fig. 6 is acted upon by 30 N force which always acts perpendicular to the bar. If the bar has an initial clockwise angular velocity ,rr =10 rad,/s when 0 =0o, determine its angular velocitv at the instant 0 = 90'.

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B.E.lB.Tech. DEGREE EXAMINATION, APRIUMAY 2003.

First Semester
GE

131-

ENGINEERING MECHANICS

(Common to Al1 Branches exclpt Marine Engineering)

Time : Ttrree hours


Answer ALL questions.

Maximum : 100 marks

PARTA-(10x2=20marks)
1.

A man has a mass of 72 kg i,s standing on a board inclined 20" with the horizontal. Find the component of man's weight.

(a) (b)
2.

Perpdhbicular to the plane ofthe board Parallel to the plane of the boiud.

A force is represented by a vector form P = (10 r'-- 8j + 14 /z) N. Determine the projection of this force on a lir,e w-hich oSiginates from (2, -5, 3) and passes through point (5, 2, -4).
Three couples +16 N.m, -45 N.m and + 120 N.m are acting in the 't1,, yz and rz planes respectively. Determine the magnitude of the resultant vector of these three couples.

4.

Tw'o wires are attached to a bolt in a fcundation as shor.vn Determine the pull exerted by the bolt on the foundation.

is Fig. e..1.

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rr.t/

Fig Q

a.

5.

A semi circular arc having radius 100 mm is located in the rlr plane such tf,at its diameteral edge coincides with the y-axis. Determine the :--coordinate of its centroid.
State and prove parallel axis theoren. Define co-effrcient of friction and angle offriction.

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:

reached by the ball from the ground.

A steel ball is thrown vertically upwards from the top of a building 2b m above the ground with an initial velocity of 18 m,/sec. Find the ma_titum height

9.

A block having mass of b0 kg has a velocity of 15 m/sec horizontally on

smooth frictionless surface. Determine the value of the horizontar force to be applied to the btock for bringing the block to rest in 5 seconds.

10.

A homogenous circular disk, 1.8 n diameter, has a mass of 36b kg and is made to revolve_ about an axis passing through its centre by a force of 550 N applied t-angentiallg- to its circumference. Deternine the angular acceleration oi the disk.

PART B

(5'x 16 = 80 marks)

11.

A plate is

acted upon by 3-forces and 2 couples as shown in Fig. Q. 11. Determine the resultant of these force-coupie system and hnd coordinate r of the point on the r-Axis through which the resultant passes.

2 kN

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5oo
ni^^-

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2oo

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nt
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11.

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12.

(a)

A tension ? of magnitude 10 kN is applied to the cable attached to the top A of rigid mast and secured to the ground ai B as shown in Fig. Q. 12 (a). Determine moment of the terrsion ? about the z-axis
passing through the base O.

4y
A
L nosv

/5 rL
I

\t
-/\---->i., ,,
9
rn-

tokN
I

t_

/t, ,
Fig. Q. 12 (a).

Or

(b) A unrform bar.43

shown in the Fig. e. 12 (b) has a mass b0 kg and supports a mass of200 kg atA. A supporting cabre is tied to the bai at c and the other end is fixed to the vertical wariat D. carculate the tension in the supporting cabre and the magnitude of the reactron ibrce at the pin B.

2.6 m-

l_

Fig. Q. 12 (b).
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13' (a)

Determine the centroidal coordinates of the area shown in Fig. e. with respect to the shown r-y coordinate svstem.

13

t -1J t
,(()
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'o]--

60"*

*l t

Fig. Q. 13 (a)

(b)

I)eternine the second moment of area of the section shorvn in .


Frg. Q. l3 h , rbour irs base

:ri-

_, .r.

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1

Fig. Q. 13 ,b)

14.

(a)

A corci is attached to a biock of 50 kg mass, the block is positioned on a 20' incline as shorvn in Fig. Q. 14 (a). The other end of the cord is
of

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supporting a cyhnder- If the co-efficient friction between the block and the incline is 0.2 and co-efficient of friction between the cord and the cylindrical support surface is 0.3, deiermine the range of mass of cylinder for which the system is in equilibrium. _

rI

rl

--

0.3
i

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rb
Cylinder

trig Q. 14 (a)
Or

(b)

(i)

A particle under constant deceleration and covers a dislance ol 20 rneters in meters in the nexl 5 seconds. Calculate sub,sequenl 3 second-. and the total
particle befr-,re

is nioving rn a sti-aighl line

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comes lo rest

the firsl 2 seconcls ar.rd .10 the distancc it covers in the dislance travellcd by lhe ( tjl

(ii) A u'heel 1.2 m in ciianeter

accclelates unifolmlY fiotn t-est lc 2000 rpm in 20 -.econds. Calculale (1) N,.rrnbcr of r-evoluttons the rvheel makes rn atlainlng rls spced ol 2000 r'pm (2 j Angularacceleration ol lhe rrl-reel and (3) Tanger-rtial r'elocttl of ai point otr the r-in olthe rvheel. 0.6 seconds ar{ler il has slar-tecl lttrtrt tcst (E)

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15.

(a)

incrinsd at 30" and 6tt ro ltorizontal aje glz,":ri back to 3? l**,n plalies !\c' Q' 15 (a). tho blt*hs of weight 50 N zta 1o0 N are :i::"^:tty" T a-nd are connected ir r cord passing ure= z ficlion ij::: :" "':j1ul1"" ress pulley' It the coe{ficient of frictioa irrt'oen thle p1u .t '=ot L,locks is 0 33' find the resulqqg acceleration of rh.. blocks alrd tlLe tr--,:,2'.,i:t in Lhe cord.

"r(,=7
F-ig.

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e. 15 (a)
Or

(b)

(i)

kg is dr oirped frorn a heirlrt ri 2 rr,,:t-t:t ) I,i-., . ;,]::t^:t".: rs l0 N/rnm. calrrrr.r',.r1r, : ::'lo^q::rrrrness 1,,.':'.:':. rri"spllngls ( onrpl.o..^od ,hrough ., , j ,,,
fi
rl
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... :
,z:4

t rI

rr,

l,

.:.-

(ii

the blocks ,-\ :rnd li l)L:.. -,:'.:..::... :' llt, :' :8ilbLrul ,r'cspcctrvsly ?he dru^ htt:: i' tr'r'::,.: -. "l --':'--'. tl r axrs of rorrrio^ I rr'J 11. :. -' l:,",* il' hln.l, r\ hr.h iiro ,r i:,ii. r ,, , r..\ jr rnacl.,..:,r ,1,..,i.: _-., .. bpiorp

T- rr

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(l l5

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15 (b)

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t)
1{,t1

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(ii)

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B.E.,B.'lech. DEGREE EXAMINATION, JANUARY 2003' Common to all Branches except Marine Engineering GE 131*- ENGINEERING MEOTIANiCS Time : Three hours

Maxianun : 100 malks

Alswer AI-L questions-

PARTA-(10x2=20marks) lTftoVectolsAandBaregiven.Deterrninct'}reircrossproductandtheunit vector along it. A-2i+3j+k and B=3i-3i+4k'

2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 10.
11.

Dlstinguish the following types of forces n'ith suitable sketch : (a) Collinear and (b) Co-Planar' State ard explain Larni's theorem of triangle larv of equilibrium Uncler n'hat conditions do the following coincide : (a) Centre ol mass and CenLre of gravily (b) Centre of gravity and Ccntroid
of area. what is the conclition in1-enns o{ efficiency for a nachine to be self locking'/ A palticle, starling lrom rest, moves in a straight line and its acceler:rlion is

gr.,".bya-50-35f,m-/sec2wherelisinsec.Deterninethevelocitr,ol.the
particle $'heir it has travelled 52 n' A stone is dropped into a wcll and

if the splash is heard

50 seconds later'

determinetheclepthofrvatersurfaceassunringthatthevelocityolsorrnd
is 330 m/sec. Dehne the term co elfrcient of lestltutlon
the gravitational field of eart'h Horv will you calculate the lrnear |estoring {b]lce ol an e}astic n]ater-ral'/ (5 x 16 - 80 marks) PA11T B rvr:iglung A three bar pendulum ABCD has thl'ee bars each 2 m in length and a b1' applyirrg equiiibriurr 2.5 1.i\ as sl rr,r,,,r, in Frgure 11. It is heid in ancl 0. 0, l-rorizont.al force of 5 kN at the free end. Determine the ar:rgles 0,,
n.rade

9'statetheequationtoc]eterninetheescapcvelocrtyofasate]]iteloescapefrom

rvilh the vertical.

Figurr: i

t5kN

12"

(a)

A co-planar parallel force system consisting of three forces acts on a rigid bar Al9 .s shown in Figure 12 (a). Determine the simplest equivalent action for the force systen- If al additionai force of 10 kN acts along the bar A to B, what would be simplest equivalent action?

B
30 kN

Or
(b)

A force F with a magnitude of 100 N is applied at the origin O of the axes x y z as shown in Figure 12 (b) The linc of action of-F passes through a point A whose co-ordinates are 3 m, 4 m and 5 m. Iletermine (i) the r, y, z scalar components of F (ii) the projection of F,, on F on

the r - y planes (iii) the projection ofF along the line OB '
100 N

R
,1

m--

2ri

Figure 12 (b)
(a)

Calculate the moment of inertia and radius of gy ation abcut the r lor the sectioned area shown in Figure 13 (a).
30 mnr 30 mm

axl s

30 mm

f
i

30 mm

Figurc 13 (a)

l-<- 4o
Or

A 120

G)

Determine the product of inertia of the sectioned area about the shown in Figure I3 (b).

r-y

axes

Dimensions in millimeters
14.
(a)

Figure 13 (b) The vehicle is used to transport supplies to and from the bottom of the 25 percent grade as shou'n in Figure 14 (a). Each pair of wheels. one atA and the other at B, has a mass of 140 kg witl a radrus ol glr.ation of i!9 -"1. The drurn C has a mass of 40 kg and a radius ol glr.ation of 100 mni. The total mass ol the vehrcle is 520 kg. The .,ehicln is ."l"usJ from rest rvilh a resrrai.ing force 7 of 500 N in the control cable which passes around the drum and is secured at D. Deterrrrine lhe initial acceleration o of the vehicle. Tl-re rvheels roll without slippinq
C

gure 14 (a)

(b) Ar

Or
object of mass 5 kg is projected rvith a velocity or 20 m/s at an anere of'

60" to the horizontal.

explodes and brakes up into tu'o fragments oi'masses 1hg and I1.,.. tt.,.., lragraer-rts separate hor.izont',lly after the explosion. lh. ,,rplosron .eleases irrernal ene.gy s.ch that thc kinetic energy of the s1"tem at rhe l'rigfresl poinl is doubled. Calculate the separation be;_weeri t*,. lragments rvhen thcy reach the ground.

At the highesl point of its path thr

projlctile

A 120

15.

(a)

A rope is wrapped three and a half times around a cyiinder as shown in Figure 15 (a). betermine the force Z, exerted on the free end ofthe rope

'thatisrequiredtosupportalkNweight.Thecoeffrcientoffriction
bJt*e"n the rope and the cvlinder is 0'25'

Figure 15 (a)
Or
(b)

Al

inextensible cord. going around a homogeneous cylinder A of mass 100 kg holds a massless plate B The collar C of mass 30 kg is released from rest in the position shown in Figure 15 (b) and drops upon the plate' Deterrnine the velocity of the collar when it has descended an additional 0.5 m after striking the p1ate. Assume that there is no rebound; that is C and B move downwards locked together and the cord remains taut

Plate B

Figure 15 (b)

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B.E.,1B.Tech. DEGREE

EXAMINATION, NO\IEMBEP"DECEMBER 2003'

First Semester
Common to all Branches except Marine Engineering

GE 131 Time . Thrcp hours

ENGINEERING MECHANICS

Maximun : 100 marhs


Answer ALL queslions
PART A
(.10

x.2

20 marks)

of 500 N forns angles 60", 45" and 120' resPecliveiY axes. Writa the fbr-ce in vector- foln.
for-ce

r.i

ith r, r, and "

,2

m and A for-ce of nagnitude ?50 N is dir-ected along AB rv]'Lere A t'' 10.8,0. 1.2) for-ce ofthe B is (1.4, 1.2. [r) rn. \\rlrle t]ie vector iorm
(2. lolce of ntagttrtude 200 N is acting alonli-the line joinrng P (7, 10, iJ) m (4, 7, 10) r'r. !-ind the norrent of the fo|ce al:orrt R

l.

6) rn and

Q
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A force 110r + 207 5l) N apphed at '4 t3' 0' 2) m rs rroled to


B i6. 3. i
)

Pornl

n. Frnd the l'ork

done

bf ihe folce

5.

ibr-ce sl'srem Horv nan1,- equations of equilibriun are defined lbr a concut-r-cnt alrd coplarrar- force sl'stem?

{i.

A scni circle of radius o is clefined in the frrst and


dorvn its co-ordinates of centr-oid

four-l]-r

quadlanls \\/r'ite

Siale par-al.lel axis theol'en't


S.

State thc lau's of cL-]' fi-ichon

L 10.

Explain the tlif{erence betrveen }rinerlatics and kinelics


Deflne linear rlomenturr and angular momentunr

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PARTB-(5x16=80marks)
r

sockerjoin, ar *s base N and 600 lr' and 100^ rcr pla,.'e. c""]:t:"t l1:!t*,: pute the and lorces in the cables reaclion at theball and socket joint.

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""l;:ln?:;xJ;wl::fij;;l:,rl"o act in a plane parauei r-y

t'
A

'-r3

Fig Q. ir

12 (a)

The lever ABC of a machine component is subjecred to for-ce of 1000 A/ through a tink AD artached q ,,g (a) Compute rhe 12 reaction ol the hir.rged support ^,;;:;;;:,. ., g the hnk CE ""Ji";*,,n

lDo

ooo

t't

\-.t

Fie. Q.12 (a)


Or
2

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ri-,:.

(b)

in io a forcc of 500 N as shorvn subjected is B and A et A framo supporied the supporl points for the cases n:-1e rhi comDute th" ;;;#t "t ^ ;i", :oi; B go" and o'- 60"

l60 O"-"r.

t\
Fig
Q 12 (b)

13. (a)

plane surface shorvn in Fig Locate the centroicl for tl-re

13 (a)

l_

? 4 n'" n'l

Fa.- 33*,

fl
24
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i

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lr;" () lll

(3)

0r B
11,1

(b)

Compute the of arfft of the plane surface shown iecon{ moment olarea Fig" Q. 1s (b) about in its triilontal cenGoidat axis.

3 o*o

C-r1.,

I j4n-^-

t,) I c,'v,l

Fig. e.13 (b)

I4

(a)

(i)
(rr

Define angle of.friction ard angle

ofrepose.

G)

A ladder is S ni long and.l,eigl-rs 300 l/. The centr_e ol.grayiiy of the 'rdopr i- 3 n, el,,nir hc J.,rgr6 oi traa,l1- j,'o,. ,',',.' uo,,r,, .r i I n" ad.rn. f,...5 u vprr,i, a, wa.l , B ,nd u r .1,.. ..,, ,r,.,n, ,, loo., ""o,na] at A as shorvn in tl.re Frg e. t4 (a) (ii) D;;;i;.,',t,,. .rf" irerehr up to v']rich a m:rn r.veiqhrnC -A/ .r,, .f ,r,t,iroul laclder-slip The coelfi cjeni^ol:90 "",l ,r,id". making tlre f,"t*""lr lri irnd lloor is 0 4 and ladder iop and ri,all rs 0.3' "ti"" t. l2)

Fig. Q. 14 (a) (ii)


Or

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(b)

(i)

A car starts from rest and accelerates uniformly to a speed of 80 kmph over a distance of 500 m' Find time and acceLeration' Further acceleration raises the speed to 96 kmph in 10 seconds'
to bring the Find the acceleration and distance Brakes are applied the car to rest under uniform retardation in 5 seconds Find
distance covered during braking'

(8)

(ii)

at an elevation of 60" A projectile is thrown rvith a velocity of 5 m'/s

tothehorizonla].Findtheveloclt'yofanotherprojectilethrownat range an elevation of 45" which will have (1) equal horizontal

frrst' (2) equal rnaxrmum height and (3) equal time of flight with the (8)

15.

(a)

connecled bv a rope passing over T\vo blocks of mass 20 kg and 40 kg are

(a) Assuming coefficient of a friction less pulley as shown in Fig Q 15 tension in the string' friction as 0.3 for all contact surfaces find the the veiocity of the system aftel acceleration of the system. Also compute 4 secondi itarting from rest'

Fig. Q 15 (a)
Or
(b)

An

smooth Pul1e1' as shot'n in ir-iextensible str-ing passrng over a blocks are leieased sinultaueousll' Fig. Q. 15 (b) joins trvo blocks lf t1-re A after it has moved over 2 m from rest, deternine t'he velocitY of biock

114

arrd the tension

in the string- Assume the coefficient of friction at the

contact surface is 0.2. Use energ-y principle.

2WVtr

25" 16

Fig. Q ls (b)

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B.E./B.Tech. DEGREE EXAMINATION, NOVEMBERiDECEMBER 2003.

tl . l

Third Semester
Marine Engineering
MV 305 Time : 'Ihree hours

APPLIED MECI{ANICS
Ma:siIrrunr : 100 marks

Alswer ALL questions.

PARTA-(10x2=20marks)

1. 2

State the dilference between resultant and equilibrant.

A force of magnitude 100 N makes angles of 30' and 70' with X and Y axes
respectively. What are the scalar components of the lorce along lhe coordinate
axes
1

3. 4.

Dehne angle of repose. A body oiu'eight 50 N rests on a horizontal plane whose coefhcient oflriclion is 0.38. A lorce of 15 N is applied on the body as shown in Fig. 1. Wr1l t.he body move or not? 15N

r+"

Fig.
5

\4hat is meant by'Friction velocity ratio?

in a machine'? Hor"r is it

exprcssed

in terms of

6 7.

Whal is a screrv jack? On rvhat principie does il rr,ork? What is poiar moment of inertia? What is its value lor a semrcircular lamina of
rllQlLls r!
:

Define radius of gyalion. \Vhal is rts value about the cenlroidal a-us for circul ar plane of dianeter'L)'?

Deline angular velocity and ang..rlar acceler-atron. Slate ihe measuling units of the same.
10

State the lan of conservalion of energy.

11.

x 16 = 80 marks) Find the.resuitant of the space concurrent forces shown in Fig. e 11. Find also rrs magxttude and direction lvith respect to the X, y and Z axes.

PART B

(5

B C-7,+2,-3>

A ( 5, +,- 2)

c (-2,-2,-c")
Fig. Q 11
12.

(a)

For the system of blocks shown in Fig. e 12 (a), frnd force P required to move lower block A and the tension in the cable. Take coefficient of friction at all contact surfaces to be 0.3.

Fig.
(b)

12 (a)

Or T\",'o blocks A and B as shown in Fig. e 12 (b) are tred b1' a str-ing Frnd the value of P to cause motion to impend if the coelficient of frichon betrveen all surfaces is 0 3.

Fig. Q 12 (b)
2

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(u) In a simple screw jack, the pitch

of the screw is 10 mm and length of the handie is 450 mm. Find the velocity ratio. Il an effort gf 25 N applied at the end of the handie can lift a load of 3000 N, find the eificiency of the jack, Also calcuiate the effort wasied in friction ald the frictional load.

t)r

(b) (i)

What is the advantage of using a double purchase crab instead of a single purchase crab? crab, the pinions have 15 and 20 teeth, rvhile the spur rvheels have 45 and 40 teeth. ltre effort handle is 40 cm long while tlie effective diameter of the drtm is 15 cm. If the el{'rciency of the crab is 407o, rvhat load will be lifted by an effort of 250 N applied at the end of the handte? Alternateiy, if the efficiency is 5070, flnd the effort required to lift a load of 1500 N.
(13)

(ii) In a double purchase

74 (al

Locate lhe centroid and find the moment ol inertia of the plane section shown in Fig. Q 14 (a) about its horizonial and vertical centrordal axes.

5o rnm
rc'Ci.,.'>

<-ir<-le

Frg. Q 14 (a Or
rh

For thc piane secLiorr slLown in Fig. inertra abor-rt lhe ccntroidal axes

Q 1.1

i.bl. cieieruiine ihe rnomenl oi

Fig. Q 1a (b)

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15. (a)

in 1500 N start from rest as sh'own ald N ?50 weights of blocks T\ro of each block and the distance acceleration the fi"a 15 ttl' Fig' Q in the in 2 seconds Also find the tension travelled by ttie ?SO N biock string'

1 (; ^"+\r/: e"

1500

A'zo
Fig. Q 15 (a)
Or
(b

a bob of a velocity of 120 m/sec hits ' A b,tll"t of mass 0 05 kg rnoving with (b) Find the as shown ir Fig Q 15 hJrizontaily pendulum a simple the pendulum swings when the bullet maximum angie through which gets embeddeti in the bob'

l
Fig Q 15 (b)
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First Semester
GE 131
(Common to

::,,,P

B.E./B.Tech. DEGREE EXAMINATION, ApAIl,/MAy 2004.

ENGINEERING MECI{ANICS
Branches except Marine Engineering)

A-11

Time : Three hours

Nlaximum : 100 marks Alsu-er ALL questi ons.

PARTA-(10r2=20marks)
A lorce F :700

+ 1500 7=

is applied to a bolt

A.

Deterrnine the magnitude of

the force and the angle it forrns w.ith the horizontal. Define principle of transmissibility.
State Varignon's theorem. State perpendicular a-ris theoren. Define principal axes and principal moment of inertia

What is called the coefficient of static fnction? What are motion curves?

Explain dynamic equrlibrium.


Statc law of conservation of momentum. What is general plane molion? Give some examples.

.
11.
(i)

PART B

(5 x 16 = 80 marks)
as

A system of four forces acting on a body is

shown in Fig. Q. 11 (i).


(8)

Deterrr:ine the resultant force and its direction.

?oo

Fig. e. 11 (i)

(ii)

Deter-mine the tension

in

cables A-B and AC required to hold the 40 kg


(B)

lrateshown in Fig. Q. 11 (ii).

+o k?
Fig. Q. 1i (ii)

J 2\2

12. (a)

A force acts at the origin ofa co-ordinate system in a direction defrned by the angles 6, = 69.3' and 0" :57.9'. Kaowing that the y component of

the force is -174 N, determine, (i) the angle 0", (ii) the other
components and the magnitude of the force (iii) p16.yss1i.. of this force on:z plan and its magrritude and (iv) moment of this force about a point of co-ordinate (2, 3,4) and its
(b)

magnitude.

(16)

Or Four for:ces and a couple are applied to a rectangular plate as shown in Fig. Q. 12 (b). Determine the magnitude and direction of the resultant force - couple system. Also determine the distance r from o along r axis where the resultant intersects(16)

?50krJ
I I

lo ---FI I

Fig Q
(a)

12 (b)

For the plane area shown in Fig. Q. 13 (a), locate the centroid of the area.

(r6)
loom"n ser^ic"r-cl-

-T
3oomt'r

-6t.r 'r- ?5 -rfi6


r}'6

_'.t Somrn
6a.srb6

5o rnrn

Fig. Q. 13 (a) Or

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(b)

Find the Moment of Inertia of the section shown in Fig.

e.

13 (b) about

horizonta-l and verticar axes through the centroid. Also determine the

principal mgments of inertia.

(16)

f
I

-llornrr\ k-

!'D mm

I
lornrf\
lDo
,,,

----t

x
I

Fig. Q. 13 tb)

74.

(a)

Determine the smallest force P required to move the block B shown in Fig Q. l rar jf r ir block A rs restrained by cable CD as shown in figure and (ii) cable CD is removecl Take g. 0.30 and ph = 0.25 . = (l6)

Fig.

14 (a)

Or

J 2t2

(b) Alr object is thrown vertically upward with a velocity

of 30 nr/s. Four

seconds larer a second object is project vertically upward

with a velocity

of 40 m/s. Determine

(i)

the time (after the first object is thrown) when

the two objects will meet each other in at which the two objects will'meet.

air (ii)

the height from the earth


(16)

15. (a) A 2000 N block is hanging

from an in extensible string which is wrapped

around a drum of radius 400 mm rigidly attached to a rvheer. combined mass moment of inertia of drum and wheej is 20 kg
r:n2.

At particular

instant as shorvn in Fig. e. 15 (a), the velocity of the biock is 3 m,/s


downrvard.

If the friction

force opposes the motron by giving g0 N_m

couple on the bearing, find the velocity of the biock arter

it

has movecl
(

through 2 m dor"rnwarcls, use rvork energl, relationship.

16)

Fig Q. 15 (a)

,i 272

(b)

running parallel to the plane and passing over a light frictiontess pulley at the top of the plane as shown in Fig. e. 15 (b). The portion of the rope beyond the pulley hangs vertically down and carries a weight ofB00 N at its end. If the coeflicient of friction for the plane and the body is 0.2, find (i) tension in the rope (ii) a"""1".u on with which the body moves up the plale and (iii) the distance moved by the body ln B seconds after starting from

A body weighing 1500 N rests on a rough plaroe inclined at f2" to[ horizontal. It is puiled up the plane by means of a light flexible rope

rest.

riol

Fig. Q. 1s (b)

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SECOND SEMESTER
(Common to ali branches) GE 204

ENGINEERING MECHANICS Maximum : 100 marks


Anslver Al-L qriestions-

Time : Tllree hours


PART

10 v. 2 = 20 marks

1. State Principle of Transmissibility. 2. Define free body djagram. 3. S/hat is meant by radius of glralion? 4. Horv rvould you frnd out the centroid ofa composite area? 5. Define coe{frcient of friction and lirniting friction. 6. List any four engineering applications of friction, 7- Define unifor:mly accelerated motion. E. Distinguish between curwilinear motion and proiectile motion. 9. State work-energy principle. 10. Define the term coefficient of restitution.
PARTB-(5x16=B0marks) 11. (a) Determine the magnitude T of the tension in the supporting cable and the magnitude of the force on the pin a1, A for the jib crane shown rn Fig.1. The beam AB is standard 0.5 m I beam with a mass of 95 kg per
meter of length.

;J=:=-==..=---: :1/i , ! i rr---,-,,r' 1--f, ,t


. . - rr.li nr
i.,

-:
I

i l:;r.
1.

tr

:i

Fig. 1. Or

(b)

AstringABCDharrgsfrornfixedpoints,AandDcalT)rrngamassofS0kg J inclined at 60' to the horizontal' BC at B anc{ a mass of m tg tt C'"ai horizontal Deterrnine the and CD i" ltt"fi""a ut 45" to the horizontal rs 't."".""1" eg, BC, CD and the mass 'm''
12 mm section of an angle 150 bv 100 by Locate the centroid of the cross shown in Fig. 2.

12.

(a)

2mm

l*-

loo mm
Fig' 2'
Or

----l

Tv

(b)

T)eterrninethemomentofinertia.oftheareashowninFig.3. (i) About the vertical gravity axis YY

(ii)

About

base' horizontal axis a-a 50mm below the

'l -rl
50 mml

50 mm

Ir !l I

t.I 71.2 mm

ir'l t z5'-.
175 mm

50 mm

aFig.
3.

A bociy har.'ing a l:rass of 46 kg


Fig. 4 for rvhich p

on a horizontal plane as shown in P acts on the body an angle of 20'with = 0.4. A force the 1-rorizontal. Find its magnitucie lor inpendlng rnotio:t.
res'r.s

Fig. 4.

Or

A flexible cable which supports the 100 kg load is passed over a fixed circular drum shor,r'n in Fig. 5 and subjected to a force P to maintain equilibrium. The coelficient of static friction between the cable and the
fixed drum is 0,3.

(r) For a (ii)

=0, determine the mar.imum and minimum values which P rnay have in order not to r"aise or lower the ioad. For P= 500N, determine the minimum value which the angle have before the load begins to slip.
cr

may

Fig.

5.

(a)

T$o automobiies A and -d3 traveling in the same direction in adjacent lanes are stopped at a traffic signal. -As the signal turns green,

automobile A acceleraies at a constant tate o{ 2 m-/s2 TVo seconds later', automobile B starts and accelerates at a constant rate of 3 6 m/s2 Determine

(i) (ii) (b)

When and where B

will overtake A,
Or

The speed of each aui,omobile at that time'

The two biocks shown in figrrre 6 are originally at rest' Neglecting the masses of the pulleys and the effect of fnctiol in the pulleys and between the blocks and the incline, determine
(i)
Ttre acceleration of each block, The tension in the cable.

(ii)

FiS.6.
15.

(a)

A driver of a light truck applies the brakes when traveling 40 km'4rr, it skids 3 m befoie stopping. How far will the truck skid if it is traveling
88 km,4r rvhen the brakes are applied?

f)r
(b)

Block A has a mass of 3kg and is sliding on a rough horizontal surface with a velocity 2 rds when it makes a direct collision with biock B, which has a mass o? 2 kg and is originally at rest' If the collision is perfectly elastic, determine the velocity of each block just after collision and the distance between the blocks whey they stop sliding The coefficient of kinetic friction between the blocks and the plane is 0 3'

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B.E./B.Tech. DEGREE EXAMINATION, APRILTMAY 2004.

Ttird Semester
Marine Engineering
j
:

MV 305

-APPLIED

MECHANICS
Maxirnrrm : 100 marks

fime : T'hree hours


Answer ALL questions.

PARTA-(10x2=20marks)
1.

State the equations of equilibrium of coplarrar system of forces. State the Varignon's theorem.

2.

3.

A force -F - (6N)l - (3N)7 (4N)A is acting a point P, whose position vector


from the origin 'O' of the co-ordinate axes ls (8fi'"m)i
the moment of lhe force about lhe origin.
+

(6mm)t - (4mm)A . Find

Define the term 'lir:orting angle of friciron'. State the theorems of Pappus and Guldinus to find out the surface area artd volume of a body.

5.

6.

State the Coulomb's law of dry friction. Sketch the arangement of a dilferential pulley biock system. Define the term 'r'adius of glration' of a plalar lamina.

7.

B.

,ll
$l

,*
equilatea Give an expression for the second moment of area of an sides 'd with resPect to the base'
:

ili
lil
!iL

1l

t:ll

tlt
iti
t1r

10.

State the law of conservation of momentum ofa body'

fl'
I.l

PARTB-(5x16=80marks)
11.

i'
'1..

A jib crane arm AB

i!

ri

]t:

11 is held horizontallv by mean 5 m long I beam w' supporting cable BC' Tlle cross=arm AB is a standard mass of 95 kg per meter of length' Determine

shown

in Fig' Q

(i) (ii)

the magnitude ofthe tension in the supporting cable BC'

the components ofthe reaction at pin A'

Fig. Q . 11

12. (a)

The 50 kg block shown in Fig' Q 12 (a) rests on the horizontal sur be va A force P = 200 N is applied to the block at angle O ' which carr

(i)

If

the block begins to s).ip' when (D is reduced to 30"' calculat coef{icient of static friction .pr" betn'een the btock and the surfa

IfP is applied at ar

angle

= 45', frnd the friction force developed


(8)

at the contact interface.

Fis'. Q. 12 (a)

Or

(b) Ttre horizontai

position of the 500 kg rectangular block of concrete is adjusted by the 5' wedge under the action of the force p. If the coefficient of static friction for the both pairs of wedge surf:Lces is 0.30 and if the coefficient of static friction between the block ald the horizontal surface is 0.60, deter-mine the force P required to move the block. Ref

Fig Q

12

(b).

(16)

j,i.
<

:r.5-.k?':lo;v.ar,oio - ) ia. '' '.'r 'r

A. q - q 9' C a o'a oot o;' l -a , '.'-, , v

-e 9,6 d ]o:'-19 ..r." e- ,' s ' "

Fig.

12 (b)

j.4s

13. (a) A flat belt is

pulley A to pulit' used to transmit a torque from (a). The radius of pulley A is 100 '"m and th"r o: ' shown in Fig' Q. 13 of static friction is 0'30 and p* is 0'!

50 rnm. Ttre lo-effrcient

which cal be transrrritted Determine the largest torque belt tension is 4 kN'

if the aliowab\
(16)

Fig. Q. 13 (a)
Or

(b)

times around a cylinder as shown in A rope is wrapped three and a half 7' exerled on the free end ofthe rope Ut". Q' it (b). D"t"'mi"" the force The coeffrcient of friction that is required to support a 1 kN weight
is 0 between the rope and the cylinder

25

(16)

Fig. Q. 13 (b)
4
I

J r45

14.

(a)

Find the polar moment of area about the centroid, for the shaded area in Fig. Q. 14 (a).
(16)

Fig. Q. 14 (a)
Or

(b)
hown i lhe ro

A open carloon box is to be made from sheet metal that is cut as shown in Fig. Q 14 (b). Find the second moment of area about the a-res r and 1'
passrng

througn

L,

l\,\ !

16)

'frictio

o o

rnff\
Fig. Q. 1a (b) (A-il dimensions in mrn)
5

145

15 (a) A 4 kg,.3:1:.;-:ffLffi":Ji:",i,"ffi +t"e' nI}u"" "'i_l.*^.,.,^"ttv


F =2ri +(3 -t)j the velocity ro-/s' deterro$e u = -8i +5j -20fr
Or particle is given by Ttre speed of a

of the

;li;:";*n.IlT: t 4s'
particle at =

(16)

(b) (i) (ii)

it travel while i'"

"';;";"t""=

'What distance v --'k3 + '5t2 to 99 ro/s' fto* z ro'/s

does

(8)

is an elevator which in bliance spring from a A 5 kg mass hangs the spring ttl"-: Determine mls2 ' 2'5 at accelerating tn**u reading'

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NO\IEMBER'TDECEMBER 2004' B.E./B.Tech. DEGREE EXAMINATION,

Third Semester
M

arine

ngineering

MV 305

APPLIED MECAANICS Ma-rimum : 100 :larks

fi6e : Three hours


Answer ALL questions.

PARTA-,]0Y'2=20narks)

1. A force F of magnitude
and
lz
.

kN starts from a point A (2' 1' - 3) and passes in ierms of unit vectols i' I througir the point ,ry (6,3, 1) Represer-rt the force
10 non concurrent force system to be State the conditrons necessary for a coplanar

2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

in equilibr-iun
\Vhat is meant
b5'.

cone of friction?

lr'orks \Vhat is a screrv jack? State the principle of rvhicir it


a rnachire Derive the eqr'ration fbr the maximum elficiency ol

and a 'cjriferential Whai is the chfference belrveen a 'simple rvheei and axle'
rvhec] and a:-le'?

?. Ilefine L 9. I0.

polar- rnonent of radius 40 rnm?

inertia What is its value for a circular seclion of


i'q ii"s

\\'hal A semicircular larI-lina 1-ras a cliameler of 100 mm Ciameler? aboul its centroidal axis parallel to i+"s

radius of pi'ra't'ior-r

50 m ahead He in''tantly A dr-iver rushing at 20 rn/s t-tnds a rnan on the rorrcl m of the man Calculate the 10 lhe car-rvithin applies ttre brakes, so nt to 'top reiarclation ancl the 1'jne taken to slop the car'

State D Alembert's pnnciple \\'l'ry is

it cailed principle ol dynan-iic equilibnum'/


16 = 80 marks)

PAR'f B

1l (i)

lrL u

effort of 15 N raised a load of ?50 N \\hal is lhe if the efficiencf al this mec]ranical aclt'ant'agc? Frncl lhe velocilw ratio of 25 N raised :i load oi 1500 N' loacl is 5071 11 on t-hi machine an ellort a load of 500 N? *hai is tt't" "ittti""ty" i\trat 'uill be the elforl lo raise and tr-Laxirnum effici( ncy? Caiculate th" nr,,J-',l- mechanical advantage

(5

lifling nachine

arr

(ii)

BC for the syste;l Calculate the force in the member AB and l'ig. Q. 11 (ii)'

72.

(a)

Fig. Q. 11 (ii). two vertical walls Two homogeneous spherical balls rest between ball is 16 cm and t of the srr'aller ;;;;t;t:t;.-a, r2 ia). The radius bigger ball is 24 cm and its weight ilt;;; ; i.i"; kN Ttre ratlius of the cm.lss:T11t":l:."^":t' ;HkN. n-'" distance be'uw'een the wails is 72 at points of contact' .".it*" t" U" smooth, determine the reactions a1I

\
Fig. Q. 12 (a)
rJr'

ib)

Frx i\ balloort is t-recl to thr,re cables as sho.'vl.r ,n loL,r ol \.'tr.rl . exerts lensirlrL itl eacir cable ri tire baiiool

O 131h) L)etcrrline
12C0 N

"l

Fig.

Q
2

12 (b)

I{11

j3.

(a)

A body of rveigl-rt 100 N is placed on an inciited plane wbjch is at 30" to the horizonial. Ijeterrnine the mininun force p applicd parallel to the planc necessary to prevent the body from sliding down the plane. \4&en P = 40 N up the planc, check whether the body will move uprvards or downwards in the plane.
Or

(b) Delerriine the horizontal force p required for r.vedge B to raise thc biock A of weight 5000 N as shorvn in Fig. e. 13 (b). The rveight of the rvetlge
is negligible and the coefficient of lriction on all surfaces is 0.25.

Fig Q

13 (b)

14. (a)

l-or- the plane section sho,,vn in Fig. e. 1;+ (a), locaie the centroid an;i finil ils rlomenl of inet tiil about its cenlroidal ares

|
I

4-a,

L
4
I I

lB.'
I
)

'l-Iir

l-i
t,

co

Llirnensions in mm
F

ig. Q.

1.1

(a)

I{

i i:J9

(b)
I

Determine the moment of inertia of the pla-ne section given in Fig. e- f+ about axes )Q( ald YY and also the radii of glration about them.

/
Dimensions in mm.

Fig. e. 1a (b)

15.

(a)

T$o identical blocks as shown in Fig. Q. 15 (a) are reieased from Neglecting the mass of the pulleys and effect of friction. Find :

(i) (ii) (iii)

velocity ofblock B after it has moved 2.5 m the accelerations ofboth blocks
the tension in the

cable.

.,-'

3ko

Fig. Q. 15 (a) Or
(bl

T\o

automobiles A and B are travelling in the same direction, in adjacent hight,ay }anes. Automobile B is stopped rvhen it is passed by A, rvhich t.ravels at a constant speed of 27 kmph. I\vo seconds later, automobile B starls and accelerates at a constanl rate of 0.9 m/sec2. Determine (i) rvhen and rvhere B will overlake A (ir) the speed of B at that time.

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R.E.IB.Tech DEGREE EXAMINATION, APRILI\{AY 2005.

First

Seme,qter

Common to all branches except N{a ne Engineering

GE

131

ENGINEER]NG MtrCHANICS Maximum : 100 marks

Tirae : Three houi-s Alsr'ver ALL questions'

PARTA- (10r2- 20marks)


1.

Define Copianar and Non-coplanar forces Expl:un parallelogram 1aw. What is space diagram and free body diagram?

2_

A force F =6i-3_j-2h acts at a Point


thjs lbrco about the point of origrrr'
5.

p (2, 3,

4). Determine the moment of

Defrne product of inertia. Give the centroid of quarter circular arc'

6.

Explain dry frictlon.

8.

The motion of a particle is defined by the relation x - t3 -16t2 - 22 wherc r is expressed in metre and I in seconds- Determine the acceleration of the particle at f = 3 s-

9.

A food packet having a mass of 12 kg is dropped at 5 m/s from a very hrgh altitucie. If the atmospheric drag resistance ,F-, is 80 N, deterrnine the velocity of the food packet when it has fallen 10 m'
Wrile
clown the equation of

10.

principle of work and energ-v for a rigid body'

PART B

11. (i)

T\'o

cablt-'s are tied together at (l and are loaded a-. shown Fie. Q. 11 (i). Deterrnine the tension in lhe cablc AC and BC.

(5 x 16

8li marks)

600

(ii)

Fig. Q. 11 (i) A ladder 4 m long leans against a smooth vertical wall at an angle 60' rvith i.he horizontal. The weight of the ladder is 800 N. \\4rcn a pelson weighing 700 N stands at 1.2 m from the bottom ofthe iadder, the ladder is iust about to slide. Caiculate the coefficient of friction bettveen the (8) ladder and the floor.
concurrent forces in space F,,

12. (a) Tlree

and

are acting

atA

as shown

in F:ig. Q. 12 (a). An unknown force F, atiached to the system makes the particle ,4 in equilibrium. Find the magnitude and direction of the forte -F' '16r

4
F: F:

-50N
= 80N = 90N

Fig. Q. 12 (a) Or
2

R 279

(b)

A 200 kN vertical

i"1;.iTi-1'A' ro a sl-afr ar B as "hou

r."n,""i"i r""" "otl*d "1 1 1]i,ili::"..:,? :'f; : Xu-" ,,'o*",',t about B create snallest force applied at ;,Hil ;N;";';;i f*"n ,''rrt act to

li; ili""ff l?6 [ll'*:iiffi:"$ aboLrt B'ii rTh.


romenl

f;i 5il 3:i:"JSil'il t;io;ot'*

8116) the gi"en svstem orro'"" ut

Fig Q' 12 G)

13.

(a)

section shown in Fig Q Locate the centroid ofthe

13 (a)'

(16)

@*

(Qr'r'a'v-to-'- a.-;r

loc*

e[z)

?ncs

tr==-- &o cs
Ei.' 0
13 (a)

Or

F-279

(b)

(b) Determine the moment of inertia of the section shown in Fig. Q. 13 (16) about centroidal X{ and YY axes :

f
Y

= 0.912 m

-2.25 m'

\.- 1.3^ --+

TI

+
\

I tr/-\
D.

T
Fie Q 13.ft)

14. (a) Two vehicles approach each other in opposite lanes of a straight horizontal roadway as shown in Fig 14 (a) Find the time and positions
atwhichthevehic]esmeetifbothcontinuetomovewithconstantspeed.
(16)

d_

4o
B

r*Jk

3oom
F,g. 14 (a)

(lr
B27S

(b)

angle of 30' with a velocity fOO "V" "'-td at an A particle is projected rn air helght (i) horizontal range (ii) the maximum wjth the horlzontal' lind the

(iii) the time of flight reached by the particle and

(16)

75.

(a)

Two bodies oi weight 20

light inextensible string'

the two ends of a N and 10 N are connected to pulley The weight of 20 passing over a smooth

of 10 N is hanging surface which the weight \tU "horizontal a on placed is N is a rough $t*' 15 (a) The horizontal surface free in air as shown in Fig Q surface the weight 20 N and the plane one, having coefficient between of motion determine (i) the law second Newton's equal to 0 3' using (16) in the string tension (ii) the system acceleration ofthe

&"e r'l

1,,

tonrl

Fig

15 (a)

Or
(b)

moment of in Fig' 15 (b) is subjected to a shown kg 20 mass of The drum rises 1.30 m the 8 kg block B after it of sPeed the 160 Nm. Determine

R279

(b)

Determine the moment of inertia ofihe about centroidal lff and y)z axes :

secr ron

shown

in f'jg. q

13 (b) (16)

= 0.912m

Y = 2-25 m.

l<-

1.3

*1

--+

I tc/]
0,
I

T-

Fig. Q. l3 rf

14. (a) Two

vehicles approach_ oih". in opposite lanes of a straight "u"h horizontal roadway as shown in Fig. 14 (a). pina the time ura po*itiJr" at which the vehicles meet ifboth continue to move with
constant speed.
(

16)

tr*l

------+

tro Krn

lk

4o
B

r*Jk

3oom
Fig. 14 (a)

0r
4

8279

[-(b)
angie o130" with a velocity 100 m/s and at an A particle is projected rn air height (i) the horizontal range (ii) the maximum rvith the horizontal' lind

(iil) the reached by the particle and

'uime of

flight'

16)

15. (a)

a connected to the iwo ends of are N 10 and N 20 Tv'o bodies ot weight of 20 over a smooth pulley The weight light inextensible string' passing which the weight of 10 N is hanging N is placed on a horizontal surface is a rough 15 (a) The horizontal surface free in air as shown in Fig Q surface the weight 20 N and the plane one' having coeffrcient between of motion determine (i) the law second Newton's equal to 0 3' using (16) in the string tension (ii) the system the acceleration oi

\!i. .. ii"

&"c N

1.,

loN\

Fig. 15 (a)
Or
(b)

of in Fig. 15 (b) is subjected to a moment shown kg 20 mass of The drum 1 30 m 8 kg block B after it rises the of sPeed the 160 Nm. Determine

P"219

si::iijng f lcm Lesi. .isc uorli

:L:iti

i_.,r c

lg1,

il.ir.rctlie

'l'lr

r':iciru,s oI g-lr.:LLi

rl lh: rilult lboiri'{.,1'is

?r-;fJ

rrul

Flg

15 lb)

il: 2?:)

i-vlt :
?.-

,4'

;t

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First Semester
GE 131

ENGINEERING NIECILANICS

Marine Engineering) (Common to All Branches Except


Time : Three hours Answel ALL questions'
X{axin'rum : 100 marirs

I'ART A

(L0Y'2= 20 marks)

1.

particle such that the N and 40 N are actins on a T\Po forces of magmtude 20 are acting arvav from the tr11e ;;;'-ii#1 th" fSrces between ansle and frnd its direction '*;:t th"i"""'1t''''t

ilil;;;i;i";"
A force ft

2. 3.

= (li

-S.i

(f Determine +ll') N acts at A of co ordinates ' 3' 4) about the co-ordinate axes'

the

moment offorce

(1t") about centroidal axis for the area formed by lnertia o{ product the Find mm as 40 mm for the square of side B0 diameter of the substracting "ir& coincicles with centroid of square shown in Fig Q' 3 C""t-'a "f "it"le

Fie. Q 3

4.

r' rvith a sketch of semicircle arc whose radius is State the location of centroid
A of 1 m/s2. what lirt has an 'pward accereration on the floor ol r he liiLl OOO N
pressur-e u'i}r a man weighing

ll,

"*.t

6.

'l'1-re

of an accelerated flr'-wheel angular rotation in raclians r"hpn I ' l 6 s' rt = 9- t'. Find its angular acceleralion

is gven

by

7.

A ball dropped from a heisht of 1.6 m on a floor rebounds to a height of 0.9 m, find the co +fficient ofrestitution.

8.

A circular disc has a mass moment of inertia of 12 kg mz about its axis of rotation lf it is initia'y at rest' find i ts velocity after 3 seconds, if it is acted upon by a torque of magnitude g00 ^ang,-.lar

N;.

A car starts from rest with a constant acceleration of 4 distance


travelled in the 7th second.

mrs2-

Determine the

10.

Differentiate between Relative velocity and Resultant velocity.

PARTB_(5x16=80marks)

11. (i)

Determine the centroid of area.shown in Fig. e 11 (i) by ofarea about the given aa _ axis and bb _ alis.

taking

moment (g)

.K
I

6c*

i
L
b

-J t,
,o,
Fig.-Q. 11. (i)
t

(ii)

The cross section of a culvert is shown in Fig. moment of inertia about the horizontal A _ A axis e

1l

(ii). Compute the


(8)

, f.-_-->l*- 6a
,7cm

3un,

-S--N

Cm

.L

$$

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12 (a) *:3* 91i3"r* ?; Ltr' ::* -. .I-^ , i.-ad member of Jv!"" a'g::ffifJ;fJ:q'H::+?$ truss' trussthe ":# of the 10 kN is suspenoeo aL ";;ff
of
forces i"a""lI (Ref Fig Q' 12 (a)'

of the three '.omhqr

--> x(rl
lok
^t

pi.' O

12 (a)

Or
(8)

o Fig. Q. 12 (b) (i)

Q=2i+4j+5h (it Given that the vector F =+i-Zi+3h; three the value of X for which the D"ttt*ine j* Xfr ' ]i R= vectors are coPlalar'
I

and

r3 d {a) (i)

block *o*n^l Determine whether rhe equilibrium ant mass of 40 kg is in f;tu Tuk" l" = 0 40 and direction "f il-ftil;

?,:;"'";#;#ltn:'T": (8)
p'
= 0 30

'

8ao N

Fig. Q. 13 (a) (i)


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(ii)

Determine the mass moment of inertia of the composite body about Z-axis shown in Fig. Q. 13 (a) (ii). The mass density of the cylinder is 6000 kg;/m3 and the rectangular prism is 7000 kg/m3.

,l__

I
I

Fig. Q. 13 (a) (ii)


Or
(b)
(1)

Find the reactions at the supports A and B of the beam shown in (10) Fig. Q. 13 (b) (i).

**

f'

go

kx

rv,

->l+-

",

-ala'-7-^--+<-2 n
Fig, Q. 13 (b) (i)

(it

A flat belt rolls over a pulley of diameter D, making contact angle B when their respective tensions are { and 7r. Derive a relationship between the tensions, angle of contact and co-efficient of friction p. Show that the diameter of the pulley is immaterial'
(6)

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(a)

as shorvn rate fi"" Water drips lrom a faucet ai the *:"n:"l eonsecutive -p,-"1:^"ji:: the verticai separatioi.r between two iltl'Z rr5 Y i;?i. ' ' * ij"telrine --' 3m/s' ' n a.,c attained a'elociiy of drop o rops lft^'ii-'lower

in

h'
Eo
Fig Q' 14 (a)
Or
(b)

(i)

velocity of 1 krn/S as A 0.001 kg (rnass) bullet has a 0 002 s after entering the block ;';J;i";k""it'ood It comes to rest and the t"ttug" force that acted on the bullet

it

enters

;;;;;'th"
ln

distance Penetrat'ed bY

it'

(s)

riir

a policc investigalion of while in motion elong

applied 60 metres after the ;;"k";;;t; paYement is estimated as 0 5' tire friction betwee. tl-r" t].". ""d were of the car just before the brakes What was the ptobtb# "peed

$irTillli :]r'=";";;::';'.lffiXj lf the co--effrcient of


(B)

aPPlied/

15.

(a)

Atwowhee}rirnsAandBweighingl00NandlsoNrespectivelyare from rest as shown in Fig Q 15(a)' allowed to roll down ut i"ait-t""a"pi^"? ft"tizontal The lim A follorvs the riin B tLi i" eO" is plane incirned The "t allowed to roll are 2 m bett'een centres' and the rims rvhen they are iust A and B are l00 mm and 150 mm The exrernal radii ol th" and 130 mm respectively

ut" E0 mm resoectivelv Tl-rerr radii of gt;;;i"; ";;t litpti"*' n"a the relative acceleration of A Assuming rolling without plane n'ltf-tl"=n"" to B parallel to the

to
!-i.'
O. 15 (aJ

Or

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(b)

T\vo weights each of 100 N are suspended from a compound pulley as shown iJ Fig. Q. 15 (b) Find (i) angular acceleration of the pulley (ii) linear acceleration of the blocks A and B (iii) Tension in the string' Take weight of the pulley as 300 N and its radius of gtr'ration 0-25 m

Fig. Q. 15 (b)

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B.E./B.Tech. DEGREE EXAMINATION, NO\|EMBER/DtrCEMBER 2005.

(Common to all branchest

GE 1151 Time : Three hours

ENGINEERING MECTIANICS
Ma-rdmum : 100 marks

Alsrver ALL questions-

PARTA-(10x2=20marks)
1.

State the principle of Transmissibility.

2.

p Newtons each are acting on a particle. Il lheir lir,es ol action make equal angles with each other, shou, that the forces
Three. coplan-ar forces of magnitude

are in equiiibrium.
3.

Stet" th" Varrgnon's theorom. Find the moment ol tl-re force of t5 N acting aiong the positive direction of a>iis about the point A (2, Z) .

4.

5. 6. 7.

Distinguish between centroid and cenlre of gravily.


Define product of inertia.

Explain bnefly the two types of collision. b1, a parlicle in I seconds is given by = 20t2 + 501 + 19 , hnd the velocity and acceieration alter 3 seconds.

E. If the distance r cm traveiled


x

9. 10.

State the larvs of frictiori.

Blrefll' expiain "step of thc belt,' in belt drives.