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QUESTION: 1

A mechanical component may fail as a result of which of the following

Solution:

Explanation: Failing simply means unable to perform its function satisfactorily.

QUESTION: 2

Type of load affects factor of safety.

Solution:

Explanation: Dynamic load has higher factor of safety as compared to static loading.

QUESTION: 3

For cast iron components, which of the following strength are considered to be the failure criterion?

Solution:

Explanation: Ultimate tensile strength is the highest stress a component can undergo before failingand hence is used as a criterion.

QUESTION: 4

For components made of ductile materials like steel, subjected to static loading which of the following strength is used as a failure of criterion?

Solution:

Explanation: In elastic material there is considerable plastic deformation at yielding point.

QUESTION: 5

Pitting occurs on _____ of the component.

Solution:

Explanation: Pitting is a process in which small holes occur on a surface of component.

QUESTION: 6

Buckling is elastic instability which leads to sudden large lateral deflection.

Solution:

Explanation: Definition of buckling.

QUESTION: 7

The critical buckling load depends upon which of the following parameters?

Solution:

Explanation: It depends on moment of inertia(which further depends on radius of gyration), elasticity and yield strength.

QUESTION: 8

If there are residual stresses in the material, than lower factor of safety is used.

Solution:

Explanation: Residual stress increases the chance of failure.

QUESTION: 9

Which of the following relationship is true? (p=Poisson’s ratio)

Solution:

Explanation: Formula.

QUESTION: 10

According to principal stress theory, which option represents the correct relation between yield strength in shear (YSS) and the yield strength in tension (YST)?

Solution:

Explanation: Shear diagonal is at 45’ and by equation of shear stress theory, the required relation is obtained.

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