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STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS - II

(Civil Engineering)

B.Tech III Year I Semester (R09) Regular & Supplementary Examinations December/January 2013/14

Time: 3 hours Answer any FIVE questions All questions carry equal marks

***** 1

Max. Marks: 70

A parabolic arch rib, 20 m span and 3 m rise is hinged at the abutments and the crown and carries a point load of 10 kN at 7.5 m from left hand hinge. Calculate the horizontal thrust and bending moment at 7.5 m from right hand hinge. What is the value of greatest bending moment in the arch, and when does it occur? A two hanged circular arch of span 20 m and rise 4 m is loaded with a uniformly distributed load of 100 kN/m over the left half of the span and a concentrated load of 80 kN at the midpoint of the right half of the arch. Calculate the horizontal reaction and normal thrust at a section just to the right of concentrated load. Determine the support moments of continuous beam as shown in figure below by slope deflection method. Draw bending moment diagram.

80kN 1m 3m 1.5I 2I 4m 50 kN/m 40 kN 2m I

4m

Determine the support moments for the continuous beam as shown in figure below under the load B sink by 2.5 mm. Use moment distribution method. and

40 kN/m 100 kN

.

50 kN/m

A

3m

B

1m 1m

D

3m

Analyze the continuous beam as shown in figure below by Kanis method. Sketch the shear and moment diagram. EI is constant.

40 kN/m 50 kN 1.8 m 3m 5.4 m

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Analyze the continuous beam shown in figure below. Assume EI is constant. Use matrix flexibility method.

240 kN 120 kN

B A

5m 5m 5m 5m

Using displacement method, analyze the continuous beam as shown in figure below. The support C sinks by 120/EI A 6m B 6m C

(a) (b)

Determine the shape factor for rectangle and circle. A beam of uniform section having span l and plastic moment Mp is fixed at one end and simply supported at other, what is the maximum concentrated load W that the beam can carry if the load W at l/3 from fixed end.

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STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS - II

(Civil Engineering)

B.Tech III Year I Semester (R09) Regular & Supplementary Examinations December/January 2013/14

Time: 3 hours Answer any FIVE questions All questions carry equal marks

***** 1 (a) (b) 2

Max. Marks: 70

A three hinged segmental arch has a span of 50 m and rise of 8 m. A 120 kN load is acting at point 15 m measured horizontally from the right support. Find: Horizontal thrust. Moment, normal thrust and radial shear at a section 15 m from left hand support. A two hinged parabolic arch of span 40 m and rise 8 m is subjected to a temperature rise of 22 K. Calculate the maximum bending stress at the crown due to the temperature rise if per 1 K and N/mm2. The rib section is symmetrical and 1 m deep. Determine the support moment of the continuous beam as shown in figure below by slope defection method and draw bending moment diagram. A

2m

40 kN

B

2m 3m

20 kN/m

10 kN

C

1.5 m

Determine the end moments of member of frame in figure below by moment distribution method. EI is constant for all members.

50 kN 4m

4m

Determine the moments at supports if support B yield by 10 mm under the given loading for the beam as show in figure below by Kanis method, .

40 kN/m

50 kN

4m

3m

1m

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Using flexibility method, analyse the continuous beam shown in figure given below.

10 kN/m 12 kN 3M

A

EI 8m

C

2EI 8m

A two span continuous beam shown in figure below. The moment of inertia is constant throughout. Analyze the beam by stiffness method.

20 kN/m 40 kN/m

5m

2.5 m 2.5 m

(a) (b)

Explain the lower and upper bound theroem. A rectangular frame is shown in figure below. Find the collapse load Pu. P

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STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS - II

(Civil Engineering)

B.Tech III Year I Semester (R09) Regular & Supplementary Examinations December/January 2013/14

Time: 3 hours Answer any FIVE questions All questions carry equal marks

***** 1 The equation of the axis of the three hinged arch is

Max. Marks: 70

(a) (b) 2

hand support. The span and rise are 12 m and 3 m respectively. The left half of the arch is loaded with uniformly distributed load of 30 kN/m. Evaluate The reaction component at support. Moment, normal thrust and radial shear at a section 3 m from left hand support. A two hanged circular arch of span 20 m and rise 4 m is loaded with a uniformly distributed load of 10 kN/m over the left half of the span and a concentrated load of 80 kN at the midpoint of the right half of the arch. Calculate the horizontal reaction H and normal thrust N at a section just to the right of the concentrated load. Determine support moment of continuous beam a shown in figure below, by slope deflection method. Draw bending moment diagram

50 kN 80 kN 80 kN 40 kN/m

A

2m 3m 2m 2m

B

4m

C

4m

Determine the end moment of the continuous beam as shown in figure below. EI is same for all members. Use moment distribution method.

80 kNm 8m 3m 3m 2m 30 kN

Determine the end moments of the continuous beam as shown in figure below by Kanis method. E is constant.

40 kN 3m 40 kN 10 kN/m I 4m 2I 8m 3m I 6m

A

C

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60 kN

10 kN/m

3m

3m

6m

Analyze the continuous beam by stiffness method. In the figure below, the support B sinks by 8 mm under the loading .

40 kN 10 kN/m 20 kN

2m

2m

5m

(a) (b)

Explain the lower and upper bound theorem. Calculate the collapse load for the beam shown in figure below.

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STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS - II

(Civil Engineering)

B.Tech III Year I Semester (R09) Regular & Supplementary Examinations December/January 2013/14

Time: 3 hours Answer any FIVE questions All questions carry equal marks

***** 1

Max. Marks: 70

A circular arched rib, span 50 m and rise 10 m is hinged of crown and springing and carrying the vertical loads of 60 and 100 kN at a horizontal distance 12 m and 30 m from left hand support. Find the reaction components at the springing and moment, normal thrust and radial shear at section 10 m left support. A two hinged parabolic arch of span 60 m and rise 10 m and of constant rib cross section carries a uniformly distributed load of 20 kN/m covering the middle one third length of span. Calculate the horizontal reaction at abutments and the radial shear and normal thrust at a section just at the commencement of loading. A continuous beam ABCD, 13 m long is fixed at A and overhang at D. The first span of length 6 m is loaded with uniformly distributed load of intensity 2 kN/m, the second span of length 5 m is loaded with a central point load of 5 kN and the end of overhang is loaded with point load of 8 kN. Use slope deflection method, determine the bending moment at supports and plot bending moment diagram. Analysie the frame as shown in figure below by moment distribution method.

20 kN/M 40 kN

4m 2m 20 kN 2m

2m

2m

Determine the support moments for the continuous beam as shown in figure below, by Kanis method. EI is constant. A

60 kN

1m 50 kN/m

C

3m 4m

D

4m

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Analyze the continuous beam as shown in figure below, if the beam undergoes settlement of supports B and C by 200/EI and 100/EI respectively. Use flexibility method.

100 kN 4m 60 kN

8m

8m

A two span continuous beam is shown in figure below. The moment of inertia is constant throughout. Analyze the beam by stiffness method.

20 kN/M 40 kNm

4m

2m 2m

(a) (b)

Find the shape factor of a tubular section with outer diameter equal to twice the inner diameter. A portal frame ABCD with hinged foot has stanchions 4 m high and beam of 6 m span. There is horizontal point load of 40 kN at B. Whole the beam carries a point load of 120 kN at mid span. Using load factor of 1.5, establish collapse mechanism and calculate the collapse moment. *****

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