TUTORlAL -2 SoM AE 2-1 [2016-17]
TUTORIAL QUESTIONS UNIT - 2
1. For the beam and loading shown, (a) draw the shear and bending-moment diagrams, (b) determine
of the shear and bending-moment curves.
2. Draw the shear and bending-m
UNIT I - Stress and Strain:
Concepts of stress and strain, at a point and Hookes law, Stress-strain diagram, resilience, elastic
limit, yield point, elastic moduli and analysis of axially loaded prismatic bars. Determination of axial
UNIT 3 (Flexural & Shear Streees)
A timber beam of rectangular section of length 8 m is
simply supported. The beam carries a U.D.L of 12 kN/m
run over the entire length and a point load of 10 kN at 3 m
from the left support. If the depth is two t
1. Define Load
Answer: The external force acting on a body is called load
2. Define Stress.
Answer: The internal resistance per unit area of cross-section by a body against the applied load
is called stress.
3. Define Tensile Stress.
Answer: When an axial
1. Define Beam.
Answer: A beam is a piece of structure which can take forces or couples acting at right
angles to its longitudinal axis. Generally a beam is a horizontal member of moderate size
and is made up of one piece.
2. What do u mean by cantilever?
What is Economics?
Types of Economic Analysis
Economic Principles Relevant to Managerial Decisions
Production Possibilities Curve
Managerial Economics and Functio
Types of demand
Determinants of demand
Law of demand
Demand schedule and individual demand curve
Change in demand
Exceptions to the law of demand
Theory of Firm
Forms of ownership
Public sector in India
Objectives of firm
Profit maximization theory
Baumols theory of sales maximization
Marris hypothesis of maximization of growth rate
TUTORlAL -1 SoM AE 2-1 [2016-17]
TUTORIAL QUESTIONS UNIT - 1
1.The bar shown in Fig. is tested in universal testing machine. It is observed that at a load of 40 kN
the total extension of the bar is 0.280 mm. Determine the Youngs modulus of the material.