Civil Engineering - Strength of Materials Mock test - 2 - ENGINEERING BIX

Civil Engineering – Strength of Materials Mock test – 2




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1. The shear force on a simply supported beam is proportional to
2. If a three hinged parabolic arch carries a uniformly distributed load on its entire span, every section of the arch resists.
3. The number of points of contraflexure in a simple supported beam carrying uniformly distributed load, is
4. When equal and opposite forces applied to a body, tend to elongate it, the stress so produced, is called
5. In a three hinged arch, the shear force is usually
6. The phenomenon of slow extension of materials having constant load, i.e. increasing with the time is 
7. In a bar of large length when held vertically and subjected to a load at its lower end, its own-weight produces additional stress. The maximum stress will be
8. A cylinder is said to be thin if the ratio of its thickness and diameter, is less than
9. In a three hinged arch, the third hinge is generally kept at
10. A cantilever carrying a uniformly distributed load W over its full length is propped at its free end such that it is at the level of the fixed end. The bending moment will be zero at its free end also at
11. A cantilever beam rectangular in cross-section is subjected to an isolated load at its free end. If the width of the beam is doubled, the deflection of the free end will be changed in the ratio of
12. In rectangular columns (cross-section b x h), the core is a
13. The type of butt joints in common use, is :
14. Struts are load carrying members of a frame structure which are subjected to
15. The maximum resistance against rotation, is offered by the weld at a point
16. The materials which have the same elastic properties in all directions, are called
17. An arch may be subjected to
18. An arch with three hinges, is a structure
19. The law which states, "within elastic limits strain produced is proportional to the stress producing it", is known as
20. The maximum bending moment due to a moving load on a simply supported beam, occurs
21. Stress in a beam due to simple bending, is
22. n and j are numbers of members and joints in a frame. It contains redundant members if
23. A solid cube is subjected to equal normal forces on all its faces. The volumetric strain will be x-times the linear strain in any of the three axes when
24. If a constant section beam is subjected to a uniform bending moment throughout, its length bends to
25. For structural analysis of forces, the method refers to




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