# The Euler load for a column is 1000 kN and crushing load is 1500kN. The ‘Rankine’ load is equal to

1.  600 kN

2.  1000 kN

3.  1500 kN

4.  2500 kN

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600 kN

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# A column section as indicated in the given figure is loaded with a concentrated load at appoint ‘P’ so as to produce maximum bending stress due to eccentricities about X-X and Y-Y axis as 5t/m2 and 8t/m2respectively. If the direct stress at the corner ‘B’ of the column section is

1.  2t/m2 (compressive)

2.  12t/m2 (compressive)

3.  18t/m2 (tensile)

4.  28t/m2 (compressive)

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12t/m2 (compressive)

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# A shaft PQRS is subjected to torque at P, Q, R, S as shown in the given figure The maximum torque for the shaft section occurs between

1.  P and Q

2.  P and R

3.  Q and R

4.  R and S

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R and S

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# If a circular shaft is subjected to a torque T and a bending moment M, the ratio of the maximum shear stress to the maximum bending stress is

1.  2M/T

2.  T/2M

3.  2T/M

4.  M/2T

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T/2M

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# A square bar of side 4 cm and length 100 cm is subjected to an axial load P. The same bar is then used as a cantilever beam and subjected to an end load P. The ratio of the strain energies, stored in the bar in the second case to that stored in the first is

1.  16

2.  400

3.  1000

4.  2500

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2500

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# The strain energy stored in member AB of the pin-joined truss shown in the figure, when E and A are same for all members, is

1.  (2P2L)/AE

2.  P2L)/AE

3.  P2L)/2AE

4.  Zero

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Zero

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# The strain energy stored in a simply supported beam of span ‘L’ and flexural rigidity EI due to a central concentrated load W, is

1.  (W2L3)/48 EI

2.  (W2L2)/48 EI

3.  (W2L2)/96 EI

4.  (W2L3)/96 EI

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(W2L3)/96 EI

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# The modular ratio of the materials used in the flitched beam is 10 and the ratio of the allowable stresses is also 10. Four different sections of the beam are shown hatched has larger modules of elasticity and allowable stress, then the rest Which one of the following statements is true for the beam under consideration

1.  All the given sections would support the same magnitude of load

2.  Sections II, III and IV would support equal loads which is more than what section –I would support

3.  Sections I and II would support equal loads which is more than what sections III and IV would support

4.  Section II would support greatest load

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Sections II, III and IV would support equal loads which is more than what section –I would support

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# As per the maximum principal stress theory, when a shaft is subjected to a bending moment M and torque T, and if σ is the allowable stress in axial tension, then the diameter ‘d’ of the shaft is given by

1.  D3 = 16/πσ [M + √M2+T2]

2.  D3 = 4/πσ [M + √M2+T2]

3.  D3 = 32/πσ [M + √M2+T2]

4.  D3 = 8/πσ [M + √M2+T2]

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D3 = 16/πσ [M + √M2+T2]

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# Which of the following is applied to brittle materials

1.  Maximum principal stress theory

2.  Maximum principal strain theory

3.  Maximum strain energy theory

4.  Maximum shear stress theory

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