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Code No: 53016 Set No. 1 JAWAHARLAL NEHRU TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY HYDERABAD II B.Tech. I Sem., I

JAWAHARLAL NEHRU TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY HYDERABAD

II B.Tech. I Sem., I Mid-Term Examinations, August – 2012 MECHANICS OF SOLIDS Objective Exam

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Answer All Questions. All Questions Carry Equal Marks.Time: 20 Min. Marks: 10.

I Choose the correct alternative:

1. The ratio of lateral strain to longitudinal strain is called

 

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A)

Bulk Modulus

B) Modulus of Elasticity

 

C)

Poisson’s Ratio

D) Modulus of Rigidity

2. Rate of change of shear force is equal to

 

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A)Bending moment

   

C)

Maximum deflection

B) Intensity of loading D) Slope

3. If SFD between two sections varies linearly, BM between these sections varies

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A)

Linearly

B) Parabolically

C) Constant

D) None of these

4.

At section of a beam sudden change in Bending Moment indicates the action of

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A)

Point load

B) couple

C) Point load or couple

D) UDL

5. Neutral axis of a beam is the axis at which

 

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A)

the shear force is zero

the bending stress is maximum

B) the section modulus is zero

 

C)

D) the bending stress is zero

6. When a load on the free end of a cantilever beam is increased, failure will occur

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A)

At the free ends

 

C)

In the middle of the beam

B) at the fixed ends D) at a distance 2L/3 from free end

7. Poisson’s ratio is maximum for

 

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A) Steel

B) Copper

C) Aluminum

D) Rubber

8. A bolt is made pass through a tube and both of them are tightly fitted with help of washers and nuts. If

 

nut is tightened, then A)Bolt and tube are subjected to compressive load. B)Bolt and tube are subjected to tensile load C)Bolt is subjected to compressive load, while tube is subjected to tensile load D)Bolt is subjected to tensile load, while tube is subjected to compressive load

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9. When a load on the free end of a cantilever beam is increased, failure will occur

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A)

At the free ends

B) at the fixed ends

C)

In the middle of the beam

D) at a distance 2L/3 from free end.

10.

In Theory of Simple bending the bending stress in beam section varies

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A) Linearly

B) Parabolically

C) Elliptically

D) None of above

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11. Section modulus (Z) of a circular cross section of diameter‘d’ is

(Z) of a circular cross section of diameter‘d’ is 12. In a beam strain of a

12. In a beam strain of a fiber is proportional to its distance from

13. Curvature of the axis of the beam is directly proportional to the bending moment and is

flexural rigidity of the section.

to the

14. The relation between Modulus of Elasticity (E), Modulus of Rigidity (C) & Bulk Modulus (K) is given

by

Modulus of Rigidity (C) & Bulk Modulus (K) is given by 15. Hooke’s Law holds good

15. Hooke’s Law holds good up to

16. The elongation of uniformly tapering circular bar subjected to an axial force P, length L,and has a

diameter d 1 at one end and d 2 at other end(d 2 >d 1 )

at one end and d 2 at other end(d 2 >d 1 ) 17. Thermal stress

17. Thermal stress of a bar of length L fixed at both ends between rigid supports is given by

L fixed at both ends between rigi d supports is given by 18. In a fletched

18. In a fletched beam, one section is reinforced with another section. The purpose of such a beam

is to improve

19. When shear force at a point is zero, then bending moment at that point will be

20. The stress in a body if suddenly loaded is

applied gradually.

the stress induced when the same load is

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