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The University of Sydney Department of Civil Engineering
PART A BASIC QUESTIONS 65 % is required in this section to achieve s
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CIVL2201 STRUCTURAL MECHANICS 2011: FINAL EXAM
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(a) This paper contains 3 parts - A, B, & C; and is marked out of 60.
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Quiz #1
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1) 1 mark. Draw the free body diagram of the car. The car is parked (ie not moving), with its brakes on. The forc
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Quiz #2
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Put answers in the boxes provided.
1) 2 marks
Give the value of the shear force and bending moment at the midp
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Quiz #3
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1) 2 marks: A 3 m high steel composite column, is made from a 250 150 5 RHS (Esteel = 200000 MPa, cross sectio
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Quiz #4
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1) 2 marks: Consider the CHS (Circular Hollow Section) shown. It has outer diameter of 200 mm but unknown thic
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Quiz #5
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1) 2 marks: The stresses on an element in a structure have been calculated and are shown below. Calculate the
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Problem Set 3 Internal Actions - Solutions
When answering exam/assignment/tutorial questions, students should note that suitable working, diagrams and explanations are required for each question; m
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civl2201_2007_exam
1) SFD: Linear 5.33 kN to - 2.66 kN, then constant; BMD: Parabolic, 7.11 kNm (max), and
then linear from 5.33 kNm
2) Centroid 1020 mm from bottom; I = 775.5 x 10^9 mm^4; M_crack = 3165 kNm; f_top = 4
MPa, f_bot = 4.16 MPa, e_top = 160 m
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civl2201_2008_exam
1) SFD: Constant 13 kN, then linear 8 kN to 0 kN; BMD: Linear -68 kNm to -16 kNm, then
parabolic to 0 kNm
2) Centroid 1057 mm from bottom; Ix = 689.8 x 10^9 mm^4; Iy = 279.5 x 10^9 mm^4
3) 0.821 kN/m; (19wL^4)/(2048EI), 0.419 mm
4) norm
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CIVL2201 STRUCTURAL MECHANICS 2010: FINAL EXAM
Semester 1, 2010
Time Allowed: 2 hours + 20 minutes reading time
(a) This paper contains 3 parts - A, B, & C; and is marked out of 60.
Part A has 2 questions (Q 1 Q 2, 20 marks).
P
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Problem Set 1 Assumed Knowledge - Solutions
The unit of study outline notes that students should be competent in certain mathematical skills. This problem set gives a very small number of typic
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Problem Set 2 Equilibrium All questions in this problem sheet are assumed knowledge. Part A Fundamentals 1) For each of the following question, draw the free body diagram and determine the reac