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Quiz: Civil Engineering
Topic: Strength of material
Each question carries 1 mark
Negative marking: 1/4 mark
Time: 8 Minutes
Q1. Stress concentration in static loading is more serious in ___________.
(a) Ductile materials
(b) Brittle materials
(c) Equally serious in both cases
(d) Depends on other factors
Q2. The stress produced by a suddenly applied load as compared to that produced by the same load when applied gradually is __ times.
Q3. The elongation (mm) in a steel bar having a square cross section of diameter 40 mm × 40 mm is 2.5 mm and is subjected to an axial compressive load of P (kN). If the length of the bar is 4 m and modulus of elasticity is E = 250 GPa. What is the value of P(kN)?
Q4. Calculate the value of modulus of elasticity (N/mm²), if the Poisson’s ratio is 0.25 and modulus of rigidity of the material is 80 N/mm²?
Q5. For simply supported beam having load at the Center the bending moment will be:
(a) minimum at the support
(b) minimum at the center
(c) maximum at the support
(d) None of the above
Q6. In case of a circular section the section modulus is given as–
Sol. stress concentration in static loading is more serious in Brittle material because in case of ductile material local yielding will take place so chances of stress concentration is less as yielding is missing in brittle material.
Sol. let deformation under static loading is δ static and deformation under impact loading
Where I.F – impact factor
I.F.=1+√(1+2h/δ_static ) ;let h=0
So, the stress produced by a suddenly applied load as compared that produced by the same based when applied gradually is 2 times.
A = 40 × 40 mm², L = 4 m. δl = 2.5 mm
E = 250 GPa
Sol. Given E = 2, G = 80 N/mm², μ = 0.25
We know that,
From figure we can see that for simply supported beam having lead at the center the bending moment will be minimum at the support.
Sol. We know that the section modules
▭(Z=π/32 d^3 )