281. A simply supported beam of constant width and varying depth and uniform

strength is subjected to a central concentrated load. The depth of the beam

dx at a distance x from one of the supports is proportional to x¹/²

282. A mild steel flat of width 120 mm and thickness 10 mm is bent into an arc of a

circle of radius 10 m by applying a pure moment 'M' If E is 2 x 10⁵ N/mm², then

the magnitude of the pure moment 'M' will be 2xl0⁵ N-mm

283. The cross section of a beam is shown in Fig. (a). Its Iₓₓ is equal to 3 x 106 mm⁴. It is subjected to a load as shown in Fig. (b)

The maximum tensile stress in the beam would be

21 MN/m²

284.

The shear stress distribution shown in Fig represents a beam with cross

section.

285.

The three-hinged arch shown in Fig. 10.60 will have value of H as

40 KN

286.

287. A shaft turns at 150 rpm under a torque of 1500 Nm. Power transmitted is

7.5 πkW

288. A hollow steel shaft of external diameter 100 mm and internal diameter 50 mm is to be replaced by a solid alloy shaft. Assuming the same value of polar

modulus for both, the diameter of the solid alloy shaft will be

289. A shaft of diameter 'd' is subjected to bending moment 'M' and twisting

moment 'T' The developed principal stress will be

290.

For the compound bar shown in Fig. 10.61, the ratio of stresses in the portions

AB: BC: CD will be 1:4:2

291.The ratio of total elongation of a bar of uniform cross-section produced under its own weight to the elongation produced by an external load equal to the weight of the bar is 1/2

292

293.Figure shows a simply-supported beam overhanging to the left. The beam carries a uniformly distributed load of w/m throughout.

The correct bending moment diagram for the beam is

294. A beam of square section 'a' is used with its diagonal horizontal . The modulus of section of the beam is given by

295.A section of a flitched beam is shown in

Fig

The main role of the steel plate placed between the two timber sections is to

increase shear and bending resistance of the section

296. A three-hinged symmetric parabolic arch is hinged at the springings and at the crown. The span and rise are 40 m and 10 m respectively. The left half of the arch is loaded with U.D.L. of 3 t/m. The horizontal thrust at the springings will be

30 t