Strength of Materials Mock test – 4 || Civil Engineering Mock tests

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1. If the width b and depth d of a beam simply supported with a central load are interchanged, the deflection at the centre of the beam will be changed in the ratio of
2. The stress in the wall of a cylinder in a direction normal to its longitudinal axis, due to a force acting along the circumference, is known as
3. In a square beam loaded longitudinally, shear develops
4. The tension coefficient of any member is
5. The moment diagram for a cantilever carrying a concentrated load at its free end, will be
6. If the stress in each cross-section of a pillar is equal to its working stress, it is called
7. In a shaft rotated by a couple, the shear force varies
8. Along the neutral axis of a simply supported beam
9. A member which does not regain its original shape after removed of load producing deformation is said
10. A joint of a frame is subjected to three tensile force P, Q and R equally inclined to each other. If P is 10 tonnes, the other forces will be
11. A diagram which shows the variations of the axial load for all sections of the span of a beam, is called
12. The point of contraflexture occurs in
13. The ratio of the tensile stress developed in the wall of a boiler in the circumferential direction to the tensile stress in the axial direction, is
14. A steel rod of 2 cm diameter and 5 metres long is subjected to an axial pull of 3000 kg. If E = 2.1 x 106, the elongation of the rod will be
15. In a shaft shear stress intensity at a point is not
16. In a three hinged arch, the bending moment will be zero
17. During a tensile test on a ductile material
18. When a rectangular beam is loaded longitudinally, shear develops on
19. The stress at which extension of a material takes place more quickly as compared to the increase in load, is called
20. In a simply supported beam (l + 2a) with equal overhangs (a) and carrying a uniformly distributed load over its entire length, B.M. at the middle point of the beam will be zero if
21. At either end of a plane frame, maximum number of possible bending moments, are
22. A member which is subjected to reversible tensile or compressive stress may fail at a stress lower than the ultimate stress of the material. This property of metal, is called
23. The maximum stress intensity due to a suddenly applied load is x-times the stress intensity produced by the load of the same magnitude applied gradually. The value of x is
24. Rankine-Golden formula accounts for direct as well as buckling stress and is applicable to
25. Along the principal plan subjected to maximum principal stress
26. The shape of the bending moment diagram over the length of a beam, carrying a uniformly increasing load, is always

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