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BE/BTech - Civil Strength of Materials A bolt is under an axial thrust of 9.6 KN together with a tranverse force of 4.8 KN. Calculate thediameter of the bolt according to failure theories.

BE/BTech - Civil Strength of Materials A curved bar of rectangular cross section 60mm wide x 75mm deep in the plane of bendinginitially unstressed, is subjected to a bending moment of 2.25 KNm which tends to straighten thebar. The mean radius of curvature is 150mm. Find: (i) position of neutral axis (ii) the greatestbending stress.

BE/BTech - Civil Strength of Materials Find the centroidal principal moments of inertia of a equal angle section 80mm x 80mm x 10mm.

BE/BTech - Civil Strength of Materials Find the ratio of buckling strength of a solid column to that of a hollow column of the samematerial and having the same cross sectional area. The internal diameter of the hollow column ishalf of its external diameter. Both the columns are hinged and the same length.

BE/BTech - Civil Strength of Materials Using Euler’ s theory, find the buckling load for fixed-hinged column .

BE/BTech - Civil Strength of Materials Using Euler’ s theory, find the buckling load for hinged-hinged column

BE/BTech - Civil Strength of Materials Using Euler’ s theory, find the buckling load for fixed-fixed column

BE/BTech - Civil Strength of Materials Using Euler’ s theory, find the buckling load for fixed-free column

BE/BTech - Civil Strength of Materials State and prove Castigliano’ s theorem.

BE/BTech - Civil Strength of Materials State and prove Maxwell’ s reciprocal theorem.

BE/BTech - Civil Strength of Materials Calculate the strain energy stored in a cantilever beam of 4m span, carrying a point load 10KN at free end. Take EI = 25000 KNm2.

BE/BTech - Civil Strength of Materials How can you reduce hoop stress in a thick cylinder.

BE/BTech - Civil Strength of Materials State the variation of hoop stress in a thick cylinder.

BE/BTech - Civil Strength of Materials Write Lame’ s equation to find out stesses in a thick cylinder.

BE/BTech - Civil Strength of Materials State the assumptions made in Lame’ s theory.

BE/BTech - Civil Strength of Materials Define thick cylinders..

BE/BTech - Civil Strength of Materials Write the general expressions for the maximum bending moment, if the deflection curveequation is given.

BE/BTech - Civil Strength of Materials Define safe load.

BE/BTech - Civil Strength of Materials Define buckling factor and buckling load.

BE/BTech - Civil Strength of Materials What is beam column? Give examples.

BE/BTech - Civil Strength of Materials Write Euler’ s formula for maximum stress for a eccentrically loaded column?

BE/BTech - Civil Strength of Materials Write Euler’ s formula for maximum stress for a initially bent column?

BE/BTech - Civil Strength of Materials Give Rakine’ s formula and its advantages.

BE/BTech - Civil Strength of Materials What are the uses of south well plot? (column curve).

BE/BTech - Civil Strength of Materials Define: Equivalent length of the column.

BE/BTech - Civil Strength of Materials Write the Euler’ s formula for different end conditions.

BE/BTech - Civil Strength of Materials What are the limitations of the Euler’ s formula?

BE/BTech - Civil Strength of Materials What are the assumptions followed in Euler’ s equation?

BE/BTech - Civil Strength of Materials Differentiate short and long column

BE/BTech - Civil Strength of Materials What are the factors affect the strength column?

BE/BTech - Civil Strength of Materials What is slenderness ratio ( buckling factor)? What is its relevance in column?

BE/BTech - Civil Strength of Materials What are the types of column failure?

BE/BTech - Civil Strength of Materials Define: Column and strut

BE/BTech - Civil Strength of Materials What are the fixed end moments for a fixed beam with the given loading conditions

BE/BTech - Civil Strength of Materials Write the formula for deflection of a fixed beam with uniformly distributed load..

BE/BTech - Civil Strength of Materials Write the formula for deflection of a fixed beam with point load at centre.

BE/BTech - Civil Strength of Materials What are the disadvantages of a fixed beam?

BE/BTech - Civil Strength of Materials What are the advantages of fixed beams?

BE/BTech - Civil Strength of Materials What is a fixed beam?

BE/BTech - Civil Strength of Materials Define Flexural Rigidity of Beams.

BE/BTech - Civil Strength of Materials Give the procedure for analyzing the continuous beams with fixed ends using three momentequations?

BE/BTech - Civil Strength of Materials Write down the Clapeyron’ s three moment equations for the continuous beam carrying UDL onboth the spans.

BE/BTech - Civil Strength of Materials Write down the Clapeyron’ s three moment equations for the fixed beam

BE/BTech - Civil Strength of Materials Write down the Clapeyron’ s three moment equations for the continuous beam with sinking at thesupports.

BE/BTech - Civil Strength of Materials Write down the general form of Clapeyron’ s three moment equations for the continuous beam.

BE/BTech - Civil Strength of Materials What are the advantages of Continuous beam over simply supported beam?

BE/BTech - Civil Strength of Materials Differentiate the statically determinate structures and statically indeterminate structures?

BE/BTech - Civil Strength of Materials Explain with examples the statically indeterminate structures.

BE/BTech - Civil Strength of Materials Deflection of beams

BE/BTech - Civil Strength of Materials Define : Trussed Beam.

BE/BTech - Civil Strength of Materials Define : Modulus of resilience.

BE/BTech - Civil Strength of Materials Find the strain energy per unit volume, the tensile stress for a material is given as 150 N/mm ².Take E = 2 x10 N/mm ².

BE/BTech - Civil Strength of Materials Find the strain energy per unit volume, the shear stress for a material is given as 50 N/mm ².Take G= 80000 N/mm ².

BE/BTech - Civil Strength of Materials Compare the unit load method and Castigliano’ s first theorem

BE/BTech - Civil Strength of Materials Give the procedure for unit load method.

BE/BTech - Civil Strength of Materials Define: Unit load method.

BE/BTech - Civil Strength of Materials Define : Maxwell Reciprocal Theorem.

BE/BTech - Civil Strength of Materials What are uses of Castigliano’ s first theorem?

BE/BTech - Civil Strength of Materials Write the Castigliano’ s first theorem.

BE/BTech - Civil Strength of Materials Write down the formula to calculate the strain energy, if the applied tension load is given.

BE/BTech - Civil Strength of Materials Write down the formula to calculate the strain energy , if the torsion moment value is given.

BE/BTech - Civil Strength of Materials Write down the formula to calculate the strain energy , if the moment value is given

BE/BTech - Civil Strength of Materials Write down the formula to calculate the strain energy due to pure shear, if shear stress is given.

BE/BTech - Civil Strength of Materials Write the formula to calculate the strain energy due to pure shear

BE/BTech - Civil Strength of Materials Write the formula to calculate the strain energy due to torsion

BE/BTech - Civil Strength of Materials Write the formula to calculate the strain energy due to bending.

BE/BTech - Civil Strength of Materials Write the formula to calculate the strain energy due to axial loads ( tension).

BE/BTech - Civil Strength of Materials Define: Proof Resilience.

BE/BTech - Civil Strength of Materials Define: Strain Energy

BE/BTech - Civil Industrial Waste Water Treatment What are the specific risks involved in reusing waste water for potable purposes in our country? Discuss.

BE/BTech - Civil Industrial Waste Water Treatment Why is sludge digestion necessary? Discuss

BE/BTech - Civil Industrial Waste Water Treatment Differentiate between fixed film growth and dispersed growth systems. explain each of them in detail.

BE/BTech - Civil Industrial Waste Water Treatment Draw the flow chart showing the different treatment units of water purification plants.

BE/BTech - Civil Industrial Waste Water Treatment What are the common engineered methods of removing solids from waste water? Describe and define each of these methods.

BE/BTech - Civil Industrial Waste Water Treatment Would hard water be acceptable in most drinking-water supply schemes? why or why not? Would hard water be an acceptable coolant for an industrial plant? Why or why not?

BE/BTech - Civil Industrial Waste Water Treatment Name and Characterise the three most significant components of municipal waster water.

BE/BTech - Civil Industrial Waste Water Treatment Define non-biodegradable organics. Give examples, discuss sources, and assess the impact of non-biodegradable organics in water.

BE/BTech - Civil Industrial Waste Water Treatment Name the physical water-quality parameters of concern to environmental engineers.

BE/BTech - Civil Industrial Waste Water Treatment What are the sources of temperature increase in water bodies? what is the impact of elevated temperature?

BE/BTech - Civil Industrial Waste Water Treatment Differentiate between aerobic and anaerobic treatment of sewage. Name major treatment methods in each category.

BE/BTech - Civil Industrial Waste Water Treatment The moisture content of sludge is reduced from 95 to 90 percent in sludge digestion tank. Find the percentage decrease in the volume of Sludge.

BE/BTech - Civil Advanced Concrete Technology What do you understand by "soil-stabilization"? Describe stabilization of soil with lime.

BE/BTech - Civil Advanced Concrete Technology Give a neat labelled sketch of "double scaffolding" and its salient features.

BE/BTech - Civil Advanced Concrete Technology Discuss the requirements of good formwork.

BE/BTech - Civil Advanced Concrete Technology Describe "pnematic caissons" and give their advantages and disadvantages.

BE/BTech - Civil Advanced Concrete Technology Differentiate between "end bearing piles" and "friction piles".

BE/BTech - Civil Advanced Concrete Technology Describe the "open slump method" of ground water lowering.

BE/BTech - Civil Advanced Concrete Technology Describe FRC (FIBRE REINFORCED CONCRETE) and its application.

BE/BTech - Civil Advanced Concrete Technology Enlist the field conditions under which RMC is used. Also describe the advantages of RMC.

BE/BTech - Civil Advanced Concrete Technology Describe the general precautions to be observed in cold weather concreting.

BE/BTech - Civil Advanced Concrete Technology Describe Steam curing

BE/BTech - Civil Advanced Concrete Technology Describe Gel-space ratio and its significance

BE/BTech - Civil Advanced Concrete Technology Describe under-water concreting

BE/BTech - Civil Advanced Concrete Technology How do the following factors affect the workability of concrete mix 1. Shape and size of aggregate 2. Grading of aggregate

BE/BTech - Civil Advanced Concrete Technology What is Segregation? Describe the factors responsible for encouraging segregation.

BE/BTech - Civil Advanced Concrete Technology What do you understand by admixtures? Describe the role and use of "accelerator" and "retarder" admixtures.

BE/BTech - Civil Advanced Concrete Technology Define Fineness Modulus. With the help of grading curve describe "gap-graded aggregates".

BE/BTech - Civil Advanced Concrete Technology What do you understand by Flaky and Elongated aggregates? How do they adversely affect the qulaity of concrete?

BE/BTech - Civil Advanced Concrete Technology What are Bouges Compounds ? Describe their hydration in brief.

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