## Mechanics Of materials Exam

Welcome to your Mechanics Of materials Exam Set 1

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Every material obeys the Hooke’s law within its

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If the stress produced by a prismatic bar is equal to the working stress, the area of the cross section of the prismatic bar, becomes:

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The limiting values of Poisson’s ratio are:

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When a member is subjected to axial tensile load, the greatest normal stress is equal to:

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The stress in a member subjected to a force is

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The law “stress is proportional to strain within certain limits” is formulated by

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Young`s Modulus is the ratio of the normal stress to the

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As per elastic theory of design the factor of safety is the ratio of

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In a composite bar the load distribution among different materials of which it is made is based on the assumption that all the materials will have

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The stress due to temperature change in a member depends on.

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In the cases of uniaxial tension the angle between the plane carrying maximum shear stress and direction of tensile force will be

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The residual stress in a member is

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The maximum shear stress will be equal to

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The actual breaking stress of a ductile material from a tension test will be

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The difference in placing the end of a beam simply over a support and the supporting end through a hinge on rollers is that the roller support

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A simply supported nea, is subjected to a pure moment. This will be resisted through

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A horizontal beam with both the ends hinged will be statically determinate for this type of loading

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A beam is supported over three rollers lying in the same plane. The beam is stable for

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To difference between B.M values at any two sections will be equal to

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A simply supported beam is subjected to a uniformly varying load with zero intensity at the two ends increasing to w/m at the center. The max B.M will occur at

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Points of contraflexture are the points where

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Which of the following beams will have points of contraflexure? (self weight is negligible)

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A cantilever of span l is subjected to bending moment M at the free end. The S.F diagram will be

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A beam is said to have been subjected to a pure bending moment , when

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The thermal or temperature stress is a function of