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# Code No: RR210102 Set No.

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II B.Tech I Semester Supplementary Examinations, February 2007
STRENGTH OF MATERIALS-I
(Civil Engineering)
Time: 3 hours Max Marks: 80
All Questions carry equal marks
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1. A uniform metal rod of length L and dia. D hangs vertically from its upper end.
Derive an expression for the total elongation of the bar due to its self weight if E
is the modulus of elasticity and γ its density. Show that this elongation = that
produced by a load of half its weight applied at its end. [16]

2. Rails of 15 m length were laid on the track when the temperature was 200 C. A gap
of 1.8 mm was kept between two consecutive rails. At what max temperature the
rails will remain stress free ? If the temperature is raised further by 150 C, what
will be the magnitude and nature of stresses induced in the rails? [16]

3. Construct the S. F. D and B. M. D for the cantilever beam shown in Figure 1.[16]

Figure 1:

4. Define Neutral axis. Sketch the bending stress distribution across the cross section
of a rectangular beam section 230 × 400 m subjected to 60 KNm moment. [16]

## (a) Method of joints

(b) Method of sections
(c) Tension coefficient method. [16]

6. Determine the mid-span deflection and slopes at the supports in the beam as shown
in Figure 2. [16]

## 7. (a) Define the efficiency of a riveted joint.

(b) A single riveted lap joint is used to connect plates of 12mm thick, if 20mm
diameter rivets are used at 55mm pitch, determine the strength of joint and
its efficiency. [8+8]

## (a) Circumferential stress

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Figure 2:

(b) Longitudinal stress and derive the expressions for the same in thin cylinders.
[16]

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Code No: RR210102 Set No. 2
II B.Tech I Semester Supplementary Examinations, February 2007
STRENGTH OF MATERIALS-I
(Civil Engineering)
Time: 3 hours Max Marks: 80
All Questions carry equal marks
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## (a) Working stress

(b) Factor of safety
(c) Volumetric strain
(d) Poisson’s ratio. [4+4+4+4]

## 2. A steel rail 10 m long is in the unstressed condition at 100 C. If the temperature of

the rail is increased to 60 0 C, find the stress induced if there is no provision for the
expansion of the rail. If there is a gap of 5 mm what will be the change in stress,
given E = 200 GN/ m2 & α = 12 × 10 −6 / 0 C. [16]

3. (a) Define the “Beam” and the type of action and deformation it undergoes.
(b) Draw the S.F. and B.M. diagram for a simply supported beam of span L m
loaded with UDL of w KN/m. [6+10]

4. Define Neutral axis. Sketch the bending stress distribution across the cross section
of a rectangular beam section 230 × 400 m subjected to 60 KNm moment. [16]

5. Calculate the forces induced in the members of the pin jointed truss shown in Figure
1 by method of section. [16]

Figure 1:

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6. Derive the expression for max. slope and deflection of a cantilever beam of length L,
carrying uniformly distributed load of w/unit length by double integration method.
[16]

## 7. (a) Sketch the following Joints.

i. Single riveted lap Joint
ii. Double riveted single cover butt Joint
iii. Double riveted double cover butt Joint.
(b) A double cover but Joint is used to connect plates 16mm thick. Design the
riveted Joint and determine its efficiency. Use power driven rivetsw and take
permissible stresses as per I.S. 800. [6+10]

## (a) Circumferential stress

(b) Longitudinal stress and derive the expressions for the same in thin cylinders.
[16]

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Code No: RR210102 Set No. 3
II B.Tech I Semester Supplementary Examinations, February 2007
STRENGTH OF MATERIALS-I
(Civil Engineering)
Time: 3 hours Max Marks: 80
All Questions carry equal marks
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1. Sketch the stress - strain diagram for a brittle material marking the salient points
on it. How is this curve different from that of a ductile material. Explain the
procedure of obtaining the yield stress of materials not having a well defined yield
point. [16]

## 2. A steel rail 10 m long is in the unstressed condition at 100 C. If the temperature of

the rail is increased to 60 0 C, find the stress induced if there is no provision for the
expansion of the rail. If there is a gap of 5 mm what will be the change in stress,
given E = 200 GN/ m2 & α = 12 × 10 −6 / 0 C. [16]

3. Establish the relation between S. F. & B.M. and rate of loading at a section of a
beam. Obtain the maximum B. M. for the beam shown in Figure1 by drawing the
S. F. D. Find the value of slope of the S. F. D . [16]

Figure 1:

4. Obtain the shear stress distribution for a rectangular cross section 230 × 400 mm
subjected to a shear force of 40 KN. Calculate maximum and average shear stress.
[16]

5. Determine the force in all the members of the truss shown in Figure 2 by method
of sections. [16]

## (a) Moment area method

(b) Macaulay’s method
(c) Deflections of propped beams. [16]

## 7. (a) State the assumptions in the theory of riveted joints.

(b) A single riveted lap joint used to connect plates of 12mm thick. If 22mm
diameter power driven field rivets are used at 75mm, determine the strength
of the joint and the efficiency. [6+10]

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Figure 2:

## 8. A shell 3.25m. long, 1m in diameter is subjected to an internal pressure of 1N/mm2 .

If the thickness of the shell is 10mm, find the circumferential and longitudinal
stresses. Also find out the maximum shear stress and the changes in the dimensions
of the shell.
Take E = 2 × 105 N/mm2 , µ = 0.3. [16]

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Code No: RR210102 Set No. 4
II B.Tech I Semester Supplementary Examinations, February 2007
STRENGTH OF MATERIALS-I
(Civil Engineering)
Time: 3 hours Max Marks: 80
All Questions carry equal marks
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1. Find the Poisson’s ratio and Bulk modulus of a material whose modulus of elasticity
is 200 GPa and modulus of rigidity is 80 GPa. A 2 m long rod of 40 mm dia. made
with the same material is stretched by 2.5 mm under some axial load. Find the
lateral contraction. [16]

## 2. A steel bar of length 20 cm and 5 cm × 5 c m in section is connected at its end to

an aluminum bar of 25 cm length and 8 cm × 8 cm in section, such that they have
a common longitudinal axis. Find the load which will reduce the total length by
0.25 mm. Find also the total work done. Take Es = 200 Gpa and Ea = 70 Gpa.
[16]

3. (a) Define the “Beam” and the type of action and deformation it undergoes.
(b) Draw the S.F. and B.M. diagram for a simply supported beam of span L m
loaded with UDL of w KN/m. [6+10]

4. The L-section shown in Figure 1 subjected to an S.F. = 60 kN. Obtain the shear
stress distribution and expressions for maximum &mean shear stress. [16]

Figure 1:

## 5. (a) Explain the analysis of trusses using method of joints.

(b) Determine the forces in all members of the truss shown in Figure 2 by method
of sections. [8+8]

## 6. (a) What are the limitations of the moment area method?

(b) State and prove moment area theorem - 1. [6+10]

## 7. (a) State the assumptions in the theory of riveted joints.

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Figure 2:

(b) A single riveted lap joint used to connect plates of 12mm thick. If 22mm
diameter power driven field rivets are used at 75mm, determine the strength
of the joint and the efficiency. [6+10]

## 8. A shell 3.25m. long, 1m in diameter is subjected to an internal pressure of 1N/mm2 .

If the thickness of the shell is 10mm, find the circumferential and longitudinal
stresses. Also find out the maximum shear stress and the changes in the dimensions
of the shell.
Take E = 2 × 105 N/mm2 , µ = 0.3. [16]

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