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# Test: Deflection & Theories of Failure - 1

## 10 Questions MCQ Test Strength of Materials (SOM) | Test: Deflection & Theories of Failure - 1

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### A simply supported beam carries a total load W which is uniformly distributed on the entire span. The center of beam is propped so that it is brought to the level of end supports. The prop reaction would be

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After equating central deflection for both the cases, we have

QUESTION: 4

A point load placed at the mid span of a simply supported beam has been replaced by a uniformly distributed load of same total value. The central deflection in the later case will be

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For udl of same total value,

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A cantilevel beam of length L is subjected to a concentrated load Pat a distance of L/3 from the free end. What is the deflection at free end of the beam?

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QUESTION: 6

Which amongst the following methods is/are most commonly used to determine beam deflection?
1. Double-integration method
2. Method of singularity functions
3. Elastic energy methods
4. Moment-area methods

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QUESTION: 7

The differential equation of the bent beam is given by

The significance of this equation is, except

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QUESTION: 8

A support is said to be non-yielding if

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QUESTION: 9

A simply supported beam has been subjected to unsymmetrical loading. The deflection would be maximum at a section where

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Slope is always zero at the point of maximum deflection.

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Which of the following statements pertaining to slope of loaded beam is WRONG? The maximum slope

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The maximum slope for a simply supported beam carrying a total load Pwhich is distributed over the entire span is  PL2/24 EI