Question Paper: Strength of Materials Question Paper - Jun 17 - Mechanical Engineering (Semester 3) - Pune University (PU)
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Strength of Materials - Jun 17

Mechanical Engineering (Semester 3)

Total marks: 50
Total time: 2 Hours
INSTRUCTIONS
(1) figures to the right indicate full marks.
(2) Use of calculator is allowed. (3) Draw neat diagrams wherever necessary.

1.a. Determine the stress in each section of the circular bar as shown in figure when subjected to an axial tensile load of 20 kN.

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(4 marks) 00

1.b. Draw SF and BM diagrams for the given beam.

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(8 marks) 00

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2.a. The composite bar as shown in figure is rigidly fixed at the ends of A and B. Determine the reaction developed at ends when the temperature is raised by $18^{o}C$. Given $E_{Al} = 70 kN/mm^{2}$, $E_{s} = 200 kN/mm^{2}$ , $/small /alpha = 11 x 10^{-6}C , $/small /alpha_{st} = 12 x 10^{-6}C$ ![enter image description here][3] \lt/div\gt \ltspan class='paper-ques-marks'\gt(6 marks)\lt/span\gt \ltspan class='paper-page-id'\gt00\lt/span\gt \lt/div\gt \ltDIV class='paper-question'\gt \ltDIV class='paper-ques-desc'\gt \ltb\gt2.b.\lt/b\gt Derive SF and BM equations and then draw SFD and BMD of a given beam. ![enter image description here][4] \lt/div\gt \ltspan class='paper-ques-marks'\gt(6 marks)\lt/span\gt \ltspan class='paper-page-id'\gt00\lt/span\gt \lt/div\gt \ltDIV class='paper-question'\gt \ltDIV class='paper-ques-desc'\gt \ltb\gt3.a.\lt/b\gt A Symmetrical H-section with height 120 mm, width 120 mm and thickness 20 mm is used as a simply supported beam and carries UDL of 60 kN/m over a 3 m. Determine shear stress at the neutral axis of H section if moment of inertia about neutral axis $5.75 x 10^{6} mm^{4}$ \lt/div\gt \ltspan class='paper-ques-marks'\gt(6 marks)\lt/span\gt \ltspan class='paper-page-id'\gt00\lt/span\gt \lt/div\gt \ltDIV class='paper-question'\gt \ltDIV class='paper-ques-desc'\gt \ltb\gt3.b\lt/b\gt Determine slope at the simple supports R1 and R2 of given overhang beam in terms of EI. ![enter image description here][5] \lt/div\gt \ltspan class='paper-ques-marks'\gt(6 marks)\lt/span\gt \ltspan class='paper-page-id'\gt00\lt/span\gt \lt/div\gt *OR* \ltDIV class='paper-question'\gt \ltDIV class='paper-ques-desc'\gt \ltb\gt4.a.\lt/b\gt Simply supported beam with point load W at the center and length 2 . The cross-section of beam is T section (flange 100 mm x 12 mm and web 38 mm x 12 mm). The allowable bending stress in tension and compression are 100 MPa and 150 MPa. Find safe load W. \lt/div\gt \ltspan class='paper-ques-marks'\gt(6 marks)\lt/span\gt \ltspan class='paper-page-id'\gt00\lt/span\gt \lt/div\gt \ltDIV class='paper-question'\gt \ltDIV class='paper-ques-desc'\gt \ltb\gt4.b.\lt/b\gt A cantilever beam of length 4 m and UDL of 60 N/m. Determine strain energy stored in the beam. Assume $I = 1 x 10^{-6} m^{4}$ and E = 200 GPa. \lt/div\gt \ltspan class='paper-ques-marks'\gt(6marks)\lt/span\gt \ltspan class='paper-page-id'\gt00\lt/span\gt \lt/div\gt \ltDIV class='paper-question'\gt \ltDIV class='paper-ques-desc'\gt \ltb\gt5.a.\lt/b\gt A solid circular bar 25 m long and 120 mm was found to be extended 1.2 mm under tensile load of 52 kN. Now the same bar is used as a struct,]. Determine critical load and safe load taking FOS = 3 with the following end conditions : i) Both ends fixed, and ii) One end fixed and other end hinged. \lt/div\gt \ltspan class='paper-ques-marks'\gt(6 marks)\lt/span\gt \ltspan class='paper-page-id'\gt00\lt/span\gt \lt/div\gt \ltDIV class='paper-question'\gt \ltDIV class='paper-ques-desc'\gt \ltb\gt5.b.\lt/b\gt A compound shaft consisting of a steel segment and an aluminium segment is acted upon by two torques as shown. in Fig . Determine the maximum permissible value of T subject to the following conditions: $\small \pi_{st} = 83 MPa, \small \pi_{Al} = 55 MPa$, and the angle of rotation of the free end is limited to $6^{o}$. For steel, G = 83 GPa and for aluminium , G = 28 Gpa. ![enter image description here][6] \lt/div\gt \ltspan class='paper-ques-marks'\gt(7 marks)\lt/span\gt \ltspan class='paper-page-id'\gt00\lt/span\gt \lt/div\gt *OR* \ltDIV class='paper-question'\gt \ltDIV class='paper-ques-desc'\gt \ltb\gt6.a.\lt/b\gt The compound shaft shown in Fig. is attached to rigid supports . For the Bronze segment AB, the diameter is 75 mm, $\small \pi \leq 60 MPa$, and G = 35 GPa. For the steel segment BC, the diameter is 50 mm, $\small \pi \leq 80 MPa$, and G = 83 GPa. If $\small \alpha$ = 2 m, and b = 1.5m, compute the maximum torque T that can be applied.

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(7 marks) 00

6.b. The rod PQ of length L and flexural rigidity EI is hinged at both ends. For what minimum force F is it expected to buckle ?

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(6 marks) 00

7.a. State of stress for an element of unit thickness is shown in Figure. Find the normal stress and shear stress that must act on an inclined dotted plane to keep the element in equilibrium and show the result on inclined plane with proper orientation.

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(7 marks) 00

7.b. At a certain position of circular structure of diameter d is subjected to shear force of 10 kN together with an axial tensile load of 20 kN. If the allowable working stress is 67.5 MPa. Estimate the magnitude of 'd' required according to the maximum principal stress theory.
(6 marks) 00

OR

8 For the given state of plane stress

i) Construct Mohr's circle with proper scale on graph paper.

ii) Determine principle stresses and its orientation from Mohr's circle.

iii) Determine shear stress and normal stress on maximum shear plane and its orientation from Mohr's circle.

iv) Represent all the stresses and plane orientation in Mohr's circle.

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(13 marks) 00

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