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Q1. | When the length of a tension member is too long. |

A. | a wire rope is used [Wrong Answer] |

B. | a rod is used [Wrong Answer] |

C. | a bar is used [Correct Answer] |

D. | a single angle is used. [Wrong Answer] |

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⇒ The safe working pressure for a spherical vessel 1.5 m diameter and having 1.5 cm thick wall not to exceed tensile stress 50kg/cm

^{2}, is.

16 kg/cm2

18 kg/cm2

20 kg/cm2

22 kg/cm2

⇒ The effective length of a double angle strut with angles placed back to back and connected to both the sides of a gusset plate, by not less than two rivets, is.

0.5 L

0.67 L

0.85 L

L

⇒ By providing sufficient edge distance, which of the following failures of riveted joint can be avoided ?

tension failure of the plate

shear failure of the rivet

shear failure of the plate

crushing failure of the rivet

⇒ As per IS 800-1984 the minimum pitch of rivets in a row is recommended as diameter of the rivet times

2.0

2.5

3.0

4.0

⇒ Bending compressive and tensile stresses respectively are calculated based on

net area and gross area

gross area and net area

net area in both cases

gross area in both cases

⇒ The average unit weight of sal is 865 kg/m

^{3}, provided the moisture content in the wood should be

0.2

0.12

0.06

Zero

⇒ The diameter of cold driven rivets ranges from

6 mm to 12 mm

12 mm to 22 mm

22 mm to 32 mm

32 mm to 42 mm

⇒ The use of tie plates in laced columns is

prohibited

not prohibited

permitted at start and end of lacing system only

permitted between two parts of the lacing

⇒ With a percentage increase of carbon in steel, decreases its.

strength

hardness

brittleness

ductility.

⇒ The greatest gauge of long rivets should not exceed (where

*d*is the diameter of the holes).

2 d

4 d

6 d

8 d

⇒ A major beam in a building structure, is known as.

a girder

a floor beam

a main beam

all the above.

⇒

Rise of a Jack arch is kept about. |

1/2 to 1/3 of the span

1/3 to 1/4 of the span

1/4 to 1/8 of the span

1/8 to 1/12 of the span.

⇒ The basic wind speed is specified at a height 'h' above mean ground level in an open terrain. The value of'h' is

10 m

20 m

25 m

50 m

⇒ The density of steel used in the structural members should be

1 gm/mm

^{3}

6.4 gm/cm

^{3}

7.9 gm/cm

^{3}

13.6 gm/cm

^{3}

⇒ The effective length of a weld, is taken as the actual length.

minus the size of weld

minus twice the size of weld

plus the size of weld

plus twice the size of weld

⇒ One cubic metre of teak wood weighs approximately

200 kg

625 kg

1250 kg

1800 kg

⇒ The safe working pressure for a spherical vessel 1.5 m diameter and having 1.5 cm thick wall not to exceed tensile stress 50kg/cm

^{2}, is.

16 kg/cm2

18 kg/cm2

20 kg/cm2

22 kg/cm2

⇒ The greatest grip of long rivets shall not exceed

2d

4d

8d

6d

⇒ Tics are load carrying members of a frame which are subjected to

Transverse loads

Axial tension loads

Axial compression loads

Torsional loads

⇒ An imaginary line along which rivets are placed, is known as.

rivet line

scrieve line

gauge line

all the above.

⇒ Lug angles

are used to reduce the length of connection.

are unequal angles.

increases shear lag.

all the above

⇒ Normally, the angle of roof truss with asbestos sheets should not be less than

26'/2°

30°

35°

40°

⇒ A channel section consist of

Two webs

Two flanges

Two webs and two flanges

One web and two flanges

⇒ In double lacing, the thickness

*t*of flat lacing is.

t < 1/40 th length between inner end rivets

t < 1/50 th length between inner end rivets

t < 1/60 th length between inner end rivets

t < 1/70 th length between inner end rivets

⇒ A simply supported beam carrying a central load, will be safe in deflection if the ratio of its span to depth, is.

< 19

< 24

> 19

> 24

⇒ For a cantilever beam of length

*L*continuous at the support and unrestrained against torsion at the support and free at the end, the effective length

*l*is equal to.

l = L

l = 2L

l = 0.5L

l = 3L

⇒ For rivets in tension with counter-sunk heads, the tensile value shall be

reduced by 25 %

reduced by 33.3%

increased by 25 %

increased by 33.3 %

⇒

Pick up the correct statement from the following: |

Vertical stiffeners may be placed in pairs one on each side of the web

Single vertical stiffeners may be placed alternately on opposite sides of the web

Horizontal stiffeners may be placed alternately on opposite sides of the web

All the above.

⇒ Which of the following types of riveted joint is free from bending stresses ?

lap joint

butt joint with single cover plate

butt joint with double cover plates

none of the above

⇒ The failure of a column depends upon

Weight of column

Length of column

Slenderness ratio

Cross sectional area of column