Categories: First Year Second Semester (1-2)

Code No: R1621013

II B. Tech I Semester Supplementary Examinations, May – 2018

STRENGTH OF MATERIALS – I (Civil Engineering)Time: 3 hours Max. Marks: 70

Note: 1. Question Paper consists of two parts (Part-A and Part-B) 2. Answer ALL the question in Part-A

3. Answer any FOUR Questions from Part-B

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

PART ?A

1. a)Define (i) Poisson?s ratio and (ii) Volumetric strain (2M)

b) Find the SF at left support, if a simply supported beam of span 6m is

subjected an eccentric point load of 9 kN at distance of 2 m from the left

support. (2M)

c)Write the theory of simple bending equation with usual notation. (2M)

d)Write the shear stress equations and explain the terms. (2M)

e) Find the slope for a cantilever beam of span L, loaded with a UDL of w

kN/m for the whole span. (3M)

f) Deduce the longitudinal stress for a thin spherical shell subjected to an

internal pressure (3M)

PART -B

2. a) Deduce the total extension of a uniformly tapering rod of diameters d and D

over a length of L, when the rod is subjected to an axial load P. (4M)

b) A steel rod of 3 cm diameter and 5 m long is connected to two grips and the

rod is maintained at a temperature of 95

0

C. Determine the stress and pull,

when the temperature falls to 30

o

C, if (i) the ends do not yield and (ii) the

ends yield by 0.12 cm. E=2×10

5

N/mm

2

and a =12×10

-6

/

o

C. (10M)

3. Draw the S.F and B.M diagrams of the beam shown in figure 1.

60kN 40 kN

10 kN/m

A 2m 4 m 4m B

Figure 1

4. a)Write the assumptions made in the theory of simple bending. (4M)

b) A water main 80 cm diameter contains water at a pressure head of 100 m. If

the density of water is 9810 N/m

3

, find the thickness of the metal required

for the water main. Given the permissible stress as 20 N/mm

2

. (10M)

5. a)Derive the shear stress formula from fundamentals. (6M)

b) A 120 mm x 50 mm I-Section is subjected to a shearing force of 15kN.

Calculate the shear stress at the neutral axis and at the top of the web. Given

I = 220×10

4

mm

4

, Area = 9.4×10

2

mm

2

, web thickness = 3.5 mm and flange

thickness = 5.5 mm. (8M)

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Code No: R1621013

II B. Tech I Semester Supplementary Examinations, May – 2018

STRENGTH OF MATERIALS – I (Civil Engineering)Time: 3 hours Max. Marks: 70

Note: 1. Question Paper consists of two parts (Part-A and Part-B) 2. Answer ALL the question in Part-A

3. Answer any FOUR Questions from Part-B

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

PART ?A

1. a)Define (i) Poisson?s ratio and (ii) Volumetric strain (2M)

b) Find the SF at left support, if a simply supported beam of span 6m is

subjected an eccentric point load of 9 kN at distance of 2 m from the left

support. (2M)

c)Write the theory of simple bending equation with usual notation. (2M)

d)Write the shear stress equations and explain the terms. (2M)

e) Find the slope for a cantilever beam of span L, loaded with a UDL of w

kN/m for the whole span. (3M)

f) Deduce the longitudinal stress for a thin spherical shell subjected to an

internal pressure (3M)

PART -B

2. a) Deduce the total extension of a uniformly tapering rod of diameters d and D

over a length of L, when the rod is subjected to an axial load P. (4M)

b) A steel rod of 3 cm diameter and 5 m long is connected to two grips and the

rod is maintained at a temperature of 95

0

C. Determine the stress and pull,

when the temperature falls to 30

o

C, if (i) the ends do not yield and (ii) the

ends yield by 0.12 cm. E=2×10

5

N/mm

2

and a =12×10

-6

/

o

C. (10M)

3. Draw the S.F and B.M diagrams of the beam shown in figure 1.

60kN 40 kN

10 kN/m

A 2m 4 m 4m B

Figure 1

4. a)Write the assumptions made in the theory of simple bending. (4M)

b) A water main 80 cm diameter contains water at a pressure head of 100 m. If

the density of water is 9810 N/m

3

, find the thickness of the metal required

for the water main. Given the permissible stress as 20 N/mm

2

. (10M)

5. a)Derive the shear stress formula from fundamentals. (6M)

b) A 120 mm x 50 mm I-Section is subjected to a shearing force of 15kN.

Calculate the shear stress at the neutral axis and at the top of the web. Given

I = 220×10

4

mm

4

, Area = 9.4×10

2

mm

2

, web thickness = 3.5 mm and flange

thickness = 5.5 mm. (8M)

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6. a)State the moment area theorems. (6M)

b) A simply supported beam of span L, carrying a point load P at 0.3L from

left support. Determine the mid-span displacements and slopes at the

supports, using the method of integration. (8M)

7. A compound cylinder is made by shrinking a cylindrical of external

diameter 300 mm and internal diameter of 250 mm over an another

cylindrical of external diameter 250 mm and internal diameter 200 mm. The

radial pressure at the junction after shrinking is 8 N/mm

2

. Find the final

stresses sent up across the section, when the compound cylinder is subjected

an internal fluid pressure of 84.5 N/mm

2

. (14M)

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