[MOS] MECHANICS OF SOLIDS MODULE 1 AND 2 S3 KTU IMPORTANT QUESTIONS FOR KTU STUDENTS [SECOND YEAR] | QUESTION BANK


[MOS] MECHANICS OF SOLIDS  IMPORTANT QUESTIONS 

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MODULE 1 AND 2

1. Explain the concept of stress. Define shear stress.

2. Define and explain Young’s modulus of elasticity.

3. Define stress, strain and elasticity.

4. Explain the salient features of a typical stress strain curve for a mild steel rod subjected to tension test.

5. Define stress, strain, elastic limit & Poisson’s ratio.

6. What is temperature stress. How will you evaluate it in a composite bar.

7. Describe the effect of temperature when the body is i) free to deform and ii) restrainted.

8. Explain Hooke’s Law and poisson’s ratio.

9. Define Young’s modulus and modulus of rigidity.

10. Define the term Bulk modulus & Modulus of rigidity.

11. Define strain energy and explain how it is stored in a body.

12. Explain the terms resilience, proof resilience and modulus of resilience.

13. Briefly explain instantaneous stresses.

14. State Hooks law and derive an expression for the deformation of a rod under axial load.

15. Deduce the expression to determine the elongation of a bar of tapering section.

16. A bar of uniform cross section A and length L is suspended from top. 

Find the expression for the extension of the bar due to self weight only, If youngs modulus is E and unit weight of material is γ.

17. A circular of length L and cross sectional area A1 is kept inside a tube of same length and cross sectional area A2. 

The composite rod is firmly held in between immovable walls at their ends. 

If the temperature increases by an amount T°C from the stress free state. Find the stresses in the rod and tube using notations.

18. Derive the relationship between modulus of elasticity and modulus of rigidity.

19. Derive the relationship between modulus of elasticity and bulk modulus.

20. Derive the relationship between three moduli of elasticity.

21. Show that the volumetric strain of a cube subjected to normal stresses is equal to 3 times the linear strain.

22. Derive an expression for the strain energy density of a bar subjected to axial load applied gradually.

23. Prove that the stress developed due to suddenly applied load is twice that of gradually applied load.

24. Derive an expression for strain energy due to bending.

25. Derive an expression for strain energy due to shear.

26. Obtain the expressions for strain energy stored in a prismatic bar due to gradually applied and suddenly applied axial load.

27. Derive an expression for the strain energy of a prismatic bar hanging under its own weight.

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