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QUESTION: 1

For the simply supported beam AB, shown below, m which is subjected to end moment of M, the shear force will be zero

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QUESTION: 2

When the depth of a simply supported beam carrying a concentrated load at the midspan is doubled, the deflection of the beam at midspan will change by a change of

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QUESTION: 3

An applied couple M is moving on a simply supported beam of span L as shown below. Hence the absolute bending moment developed in the beam will be.

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QUESTION: 4

Rivets and bolts subjected to both shear stress ( τ_{vf ,cal }) and axial tensile stress ( σ_{σf ,cal} ) shall be so proportioned that the stresses do not exceed the respective allowable stresses τ_{vf} and σ_{tf} , and the value of does not exceed __________

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*Answer can only contain numeric values

QUESTION: 5

The maximum slenderness ratio of compression members resulting from wind or seismic force only, provided deformation of such members does not adversely affect the stress in any part of the structure is __________

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QUESTION: 6

As the slenderness ratio of column increases, the value of allowable stress

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QUESTION: 7

A joint in the length of a column is known as

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QUESTION: 8

In rolled steel beam section, the shear force is resisted by

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QUESTION: 9

Bearing stiffeners are provided to avoid

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QUESTION: 10

The effective length of a fillet weld of length L and size s is given by

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QUESTION: 11

In the portal frame shown below, what are the distribution factors for members BA, BC and BD respectively?

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QUESTION: 12

For the rigid frame shown below, what is the moment reaction at A?

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QUESTION: 13

For the fixed beam shown below, what is the fixed end moment at A for the given loading?

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QUESTION: 14

The effective length of column AB shown below is

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QUESTION: 15

Four bolts share the load P as shown in the given figure. The shear strength of bolts is 30 kN and tension strength of bolt is 40 kN. Which one of the following is the value of P?

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QUESTION: 16

The allowable tensile stress is 150 N/mm^{2}; the capacity of single ISA 100 × 100 × 10 mm as tension member connected by one leg using 6 number of 21.5 mm gross rivets is _________ kN.

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QUESTION: 17

The 6 mm fillet welds used for a joint is shown in the given figure. The permissible shear stress in the weld is 110 N/mm^{2}. Then, the minimum lap length required will be __________ mm.

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QUESTION: 18

A single riveted lap joint fails due to which of the following? 1. Tearing 2. Bearing 3. Shearing

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QUESTION: 19

Consider the following assumptions:

1. The shearing stress in all the rivets is uniform

2. The bearing stress is not uniform

3. Bending of rivets can be neglected

The assumptions made while designing a riveted strength would include

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QUESTION: 20

The following observation related to designing of laced column:

1. Single lacing systems on opposite planes shall not exceed 180

2. Lacing bar should be a flat

3. The slenderness ratio of the lacing bar for compression shall not exceed 180

4. Laced compression member are not provided with tie plates of end

Of these observations:

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