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1. The slenderness ratio of a column is zero when its length
2. With a percentage increase of carbon in steel, decreases its
3. Spans of continuous fillers are considered approximately equal if the longest span does not exceed  the shortest span by more than
4. A simply supported beam carrying a central load, will be safe in deflection if the ratio of its span to  depth, is
5. The average shear stress for rolled steel beam section, is
6. Tacking rivets in compression plates not exposed to the weather, have a pitch not exceeding 300  mm or
7. The ratio of the span L of the filler joists to the depth d from the underside of the joist to the top  of the structural concrete, should not exceed
8. The maximum permissible slenderness ratio of a member carrying loads resulting from wind, is
9. Strengths of a rivet in single shearing, in bearing and in tearing are 3425 kg, 4575 kg and 5025 kg  respectively. If the load in the member is 35 tonnes, the number of rivets required, is
10. A beam is defined as a structural member subjected to
11. The distance measured along one rivet line from the centre of a rivet to the centre of adjoining rivet on an adjacent parallel rivet line, is called
12. The bending moment for filler joists at the middle of an intermediate span, is
13. A 20 mm dia steel bar which is subjected to an axial tension of 2300 kg/cm2 produces a strain of 0.004 cm. If Young's modulus of steel is 2.1 × 106 kg/cm2, the bar is
14. For the steel member exposed to weather and accessible for repainting, the thickness of steel  should not be less than (accepting the webs of Indian Standard rolled steel joists and channels).
15. The allowable stress in axial tension is generally kept less if thickness of the member is more than
16. Secant formula for direct stress in compression, is applicable only for slenderness ratio upto
17. The permissible stress in bending for rolled steel I-beams and channels, is
18. For a rectangular section, the ratio of the maximum and average shear stresses, is
19. The maximum permissible slenderness ratio of compression member carrying dead and  superimposed load, is
20. The effective length of a simply supported beam with ends restrained against torsion, and also the ends of compression flange partially restrained against lateral bending, is given by
21. The allowable stress in axial tension for rolled I-sections and channels, is taken as
22. IS : 800 - 1971 recommends that in a splice plate the number of rivets carrying calculated shear  stress through a packing greater than 6 mm thick, is to be increased by 2.5% for every
23. The equivalent axial tensile load Pe, which produces an average axial tensile stress in the section equivalent to the combined stress due to axial tension P and bending M, at the extreme fibre of the section, is given by (where Z is the section modulus of the section).
24. The permissible bearing stress in steel, is
25. If a pair of angles placed back to back in tension are connected by one leg of each angle, the net effective area of the section, is