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The condition under which the


stress is constant or uniform is
known as
A. Simple stress
B. Shearing stress
C. Tangential stress
D. Normal stress
2. The highest ordinate on the
stress-strain curve is called
A. rupture stress
B. elastic limit
C. ultimate stress or ultimate
strength
D. proportional limit
3. Shearing stress is also known as
A. Simple stress
B. Shearing stress
C. Tangential stress
D. Normal stress
4. Stress caused by forces
perpendicular to the areas on
which they act is called A.
Simple stress
B. Shearing stress
C. Tangential stress
D. Normal stress*
5. What type of stress is produced
whenever the applied load
cause one section of a body to
tend to slide past its adjacent
section?
A. normal stress
B. sliding stress
C. shearing stress
D. bearing stress
6. Stress caused by forces acting
along or parallel to the area
resisting the forces is known as
A. Simple stress
B. Shearing stress
C. Tangential stress
D. Normal stress
7. The ratio of the unit lateral
deformation to the unit
longitude deformation is called
A. compressibility
B. bulk modulus
C. shear modulus
D. Poissons ratio
8. It describes the length elasticity
of the material.
A. Bulk modulus
B. Youngs modulus or tensile
modulus
C. Modulus of Compressibility

D. Shear modulus
9. Determine the outside diameter
of a hollow steel tube that will
carry a tensile load of 350 kN at
a stress of 120 MPa. Assume the
wall thickness to be one-tenth
of the outside diameter.
A. 115 mm C. 102 mm
B. 120 mm D. 210 mm
10.What force is required to punch
a 25-mm diameter hole through
a 10-mm thick plate having
ultimate strength of 420 MPa?
A. 330 kN
C. 303 kN
B. 143 kN
D. 210 kN
11.A hole is to be punched out of a
plate having an ultimate
shearing stress of 150 MPa. If
the compressive stress in the
punch is limited to 200 MPa,
determine the maximum
thickness of plate from which a
hole 50 mm in diameter can be
punched.
A. 16.7 mm C. 14.3 mm
B. 21.2 mm D. 23.5 mm
12.A spherical pressure vessel 300mm in diameter has a uniform
thickness of 5 mm. The vessel
contains gas under a pressure
of 10 MPa. If the ultimate tensile
stress of the material is 380
MPa, what is the factor of safety
with respect to tensile failure?
A. 2.5
C. 4.3
B. 0.9
D. 6.2
13.A steel rod with a crosssectional area of 200 mm2 is
stretched between two fixed
points. The tensile load at 20C
is 3000 N. What will be the
stress at -20C? Assume =11.7
m/m C and E=200x109 N/m2.
A. 110.8 MPaC. 130 MPa
B. 150.7 MPaD. 108.6 MPa
14.A steel wire 15 m long, hanging
vertically supports a tensile load
of 3000 N. Neglecting the
weight of the wire, determine
the required diameter if the
stress is not to exceed 150 MPa
and the total elongation is not
to exceed 7 mm. Assume E =
200 GPa.
A. 1.35 mm C. 6.4 mm

B. 2.15 mm D. 6.52 mm
15.A steel rod having a crosssectional area of 300mm2 and
length of 150 m is suspended
vertically from one end .It
supports a load of 20 kN at the
lower end. If the unit mass of
steel is 7850 kg/m3 and E=200
GPa, find the total elongation of
the rod.
A. 44.35 mm C. 87.75 mm
B. 54.33 mmD. 17.56 mm
16.The straight-line portion of the
stress-strain diagram has slope
equal to the _____________of the
material.
A. modulus of rigidity
B. compressibility
C. modulus of elasticity
D. shear modulus
17.The stress beyond which the
material will not return to its
original shape when unloaded is
called
A. elastic limit
B. maximum stress
C. ultimate stress
D. allowable stress
18.The point on the stress-strain
diagram at which there is an
appreciable elongation or
yielding of the material without
any corresponding increase of
load is called
A. yield point
B. elastic limit
C. ultimate stress or ultimate
strength
D. proportional limit
19.What is the minimum diameter
of a solid steel shaft that will
not twist through more than 3
in a 7-m length when subjected
to a torque of 16 kN-m? Use
G=83 GN/m2.
A. 127 mm C. 110 mm
B. 150 mm D. 105 mm
20.Determine the length of the
shortest 3-mm diameter bronze
wire which can be twisted
through two complete turns
without exceeding a shearing
stress of 80 MPa. Use G=35
GPa.
A. 8247 mm C. 1350 mm

B. 5670 mm D. 875 mm
21.A solid steel shaft 7 m long is
stressed to 60 Mpa when
twisted through 4. Using G =
83 GPa, compute the power that
can be transmitted by the shaft
at 20 rev/s.
A. 350 kW C. 3.87 MW
B. 4.50 MW D. 2.53 MW
22.A helical spring is made by
wrapping steel wire 20 mm in
diameter around a forming
cylinder 150 mm in diameter.
Compute the number of turns
required to permit an elongation
of 100 mm without exceeding a
shearing stress of 140 MPa. Use
G=83 GPa.
A. 10.52turns
C.
21.24turns
B. 13.84 turns
D.
11.87turns
23.Determine the maximum
shearing stress in a helical steel
spring composed of 20 turns of
20-mm diameter wire on a
mean radius of 80 mm when
the spring is supporting a load
of 2kN.
A. 120.6 MPa
C. 150.7
MPa
B. 110.8 MPa
D. 175.2
MPa