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# Chapter 1: Strain Energy

Define Modulus of elasticity. What is modulus of resilience? Define resilience. Write the formula for Shear Strain energy per unit volume. Write the formula for modulus of resilience under simple tension and simple shear. Find an expression for the strain energy stored in a body when the load is applied with an impact. Define Proof resilience. What is impact loading? Find an expression for the strain energy stored in a body when the load is applied suddenly. What is strain energy? Define springs? Find an expression for the strain energy stored in a body when the load is applied gradually. Define the term toughness and hardness. Name the theories of failures suitable for ductile materials.

## Chapter 2: Theories of failure

What do you under by the term Theories of failure? Name the important theories of failure? Define and explain Maximum principal stress theory. State distortion energy theory for failure. Define and explain the Maximum principal strain theory. Define and explain the Maximum shear stress theory. Define and explain the Maximum strain energy theory. Define and explain the Maximum shear strain energy theory. Name the theories of failures suitable for ductile materials. What is the necessity of theory of failure?

Chapter 3: Springs
What is spring index?

What is the shear stress in a close-coiled helical spring of mean coil diameter D, wire
Diameter d, under axial load W?

Write down the application of flat springs? What is torsional rigidity? What are leaf springs? Where they are used? What is Helix angle? Show by sketch. What are Helical springs?
What are the types of helical springs?

What is stiffness? What is the difference between closed coil helical spring and open coiled helical springs? What is the axial deflection of a close-coiled helical spring of mean coil diameter D, wire
Diameter d number of turns n, under axial load W?

## Chapter 4: Thick Cylinders

State Lames Theory. What is compound cylinder? What is shrinkage allowance? What are the resultant stresses? What is the difference between the thin cylinder and thick cylinders? How many types of stresses are developed in thick cylinders? Name them. What would happen if we not give the shrinkage allowance?
What is the hoop stress?

Write down the applications of thick cylinders? What should be done if we have to make shrink-fitted cylinder?

## Chapter 5: Bending of curved beams and shear stress distribution

What things should be kept in mind during the fabrication of chain Link? What would be the effect on maximum stress, if a small cut is made in a closed ring at the horizontal diameter? What are the assumptions made in the analysis of curved beams? Where will be the maximum stress in a ring under tension? What is the statement of curved beam theory? What will be nature of stress at the inside surface of crane hook? What is the position of neutral axis in a curved beam? What type of distribution of bending stresses occurs in curved beam? Who postulated the theory of curved beam? Which section is most suitable for the crane hook?

## Chapter 6: Stress due to rotation

What is disc of uniform strength? What assumptions should be made in case of thin rings? Where will be radial stress in a hollow circular rotating disc? Draw a free hand sketch of disc of uniform strength. What assumptions are made in case of rotating long cylinders? What will be the circumferential stress, if a thin flat ring is rotating at a speed v? Where will be the maximum circumferential stress in a solid rotating disc? What will be ratio of the max. circumferential stress in a circular rotating disc having a very small hole at the centre to the max. circumferential stress in a solid circular rotating disc? In which case circumferential and radial stresses are equal to each other and are constant? Where will be max radial stress in a rotating hollow circular cylinder?