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Malla Reddy Institute of Engineering & Technology

(Sponsored by Malla Reddy Educational Society)

Approved by AICTE, New Delhi,Permanently Affiliated to JNTUH,Accredited by NBA,NAAC

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Maisammaguda, Dhulapally (Post via Kompally), Sec’Bad - 500 100. Phone: 040-65552040, Cell: 9676402671, 9676402608

Department of Humanities & Sciences

EE301ES: ENGINEERING MECHANICS

 II Year B.Tech. EEE I-Sem L T P C 3 1 0 4

Prerequisites: Nil

Course Objectives: The objectives of this course are to

Explain the resolution of a system of forces, compute their resultant and solve problems using equations of equilibrium

Perform analysis of bodies lying on rough surfaces.

Locate the centroid of a body and compute the area moment of inertia and mass moment of inertia of standard and composite sections

Explain kinetics and kinematics of particles, projectiles, curvilinear motion, centroidal motion and plane motion of rigid bodies.

Explain the concepts of work-energy method and its applications to translation, rotation and plane motion and the concept of vibrations

Course Outcomes: At the end of the course, students will be able to

Determine resultant of forces acting on a body and analyse equilibrium of a body subjected to a system of forces.

Solve problem of bodies subjected to friction.

Find the location of centroid and calculate moment of inertia of a given section.

Understand the kinetics and kinematics of a body undergoing rectilinear, curvilinear, rotatory motion and rigid body motion.

Solve problems using work energy equations for translation, fixed axis rotation and plane motion and solve problems of vibration.

UNIT - I Introduction to Engineering Mechanics - Force Systems: Basic concepts, Particle equilibrium in 2-D & 3-D; Rigid Body equilibrium; System of Forces, Coplanar Concurrent Forces, Components in Space Resultant- Moment of Forces and its Application; Couples and Resultant of Force System, Equilibrium of System of Forces, Free body diagrams, Equations of Equilibrium of Coplanar Systems and Spatial Systems; Static Indeterminacy

UNIT - II

Friction: Types of friction, Limiting friction, Laws of Friction, Static and Dynamic Friction; Motion of Bodies, wedge friction, screw jack & differential screw jack; Centroid and Centre of Gravity -Centroid of Lines, Areas and Volumes from first principle, centroid of composite sections; Centre of Gravity and its implications. Theorem of Pappus

UNIT - III Area moment of inertia- Definition, Moment of inertia of plane sections from first principles, Theorems of moment of inertia, Moment of inertia of standard sections and composite sections; Product of Inertia, Parallel Axis Theorem, Perpendicular Axis Theorem Mass Moment of Inertia: Moment of Inertia of Masses - Transfer Formula for Mass Moments of Inertia Mass moment of inertia of composite bodies.

UNIT - IV Review of particle dynamics- Rectilinear motion; Plane curvilinear motion (rectangular, path, and polar coordinates). 3-D curvilinear motion; Relative and constrained motion; Newton’s 2nd law (rectangular, path, and polar coordinates). Work-kinetic energy, power, potential energy. Impulse-momentum (linear, angular); Impact (Direct and oblique).

UNIT - V Kinetics of Rigid Bodies -Basic terms, general principles in dynamics; Types of motion, Instantaneous centre of rotation in plane motion and simple problems; D’Alembert’s principle and its applications in plane motion and connected bodies; Work Energy principle and its application in plane motion of connected bodies; Kinetics of rigid body rotation.

TEXT BOOKS:

1. Shames and Rao (2006) , Engineering Mechanics, Pearson Education

2. Reddy Vijay Kumar K. and J. Suresh Kumar (2010), Singer’s Engineering Mechanics Statics & Dynamics

REFERENCE BOOKS:

1. Timoshenko S.P and Young D.H., “Engineering Mechanics”, McGraw Hill International Edition, 1983.

2. Andrew Pytel, Jaan Kiusalaas, “Engineering Mechanics”, Cengage Learning, 2014.

3. Beer F.P & Johnston E.R Jr. Vector, “Mechanics for Engineers”, TMH, 2004.

4. Hibbeler R.C & Ashok Gupta, “Engineering Mechanics”, Pearson Education, 2010.

5. Tayal A.K., “Engineering Mechanics – Statics & Dynamics”, Umesh Publications,

2011.

6. Basudeb Bhattacharyya, “Engineering Mechanics”, Oxford University Press, 2008.

7. Meriam. J. L., “Engineering Mechanics”, Volume-II Dynamics, John Wiley & Sons,

2008.

Malla Reddy Institute of Engineering & Technology

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Department of Humanities & Sciences

SUBJECT: ENGINEERING MECHANICS

UNIT I

1. Define Force

2. Define resultant of a force.

3. State polygon law of forces.

4. State triangle law of forces.

5. State and prove parallelogram law of forces

6. Define system of forces.

7. Two equal forces of magnitude P acting at right angle to one another what is the resultant.

8. Define couple

9. Define free body diagram

10. Define Equilibrium and equilibrant

11. State lami’s theorem.

12. What are the classification of forces

13. State the theorem of Varignon

14. What is resultant of force

15. Define moment and couple with an example

16. What are the equations of equilibrium

1. A 3000 N sphere shown in Figure below is supported by the pull P and a 2000 N weight passing over a frictionless pulley. If = 30 0 , Calculate the values of P and .

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2.

If the resultant force of the forces 200 N , 260 N ,and F is directed to the positive x'- axis and of 800 N in magnitude , determine the magnitude of the force F and its orientation θ .

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3. Two identical rollers, each of weight 100 N, are supported by an inclined plane and a vertical wall as shown in Figure below. Assuming smooth surfaces, find the reactions induced at the points of support A, B and C.

4. A ball of weight Q = 12 N rests in a right-angled trough, as shown in figure below. Determine the forces exerted on the sides of the trough at D and E if all surfaces are perfectly smooth.

5. Three cylinders are placed in a rectangular box as shown in FIG. below. Neglecting friction, determine the reaction between cylinder A and the Vertical well.

7. An eye bolt is beign pulled from ground by three forces as shown in figure Determine the equilibrants on the eye bolt which resist to come out.

8. The Resultant of four forces which are acting at a point O as shown in figure is along Y-axis. The magnitude of forces F1, F3, F4, is 10KN, 20KN and 40KN respectively. The angles made by 10KN, 20KN and 40KN with X-Axis are 30 o , 90 o and

120 o respectively.Find the direction and magnitude of force F 2 if the resultant is

72KN?

9. The system of forces acting on a bell crank is shown in fig.determine the magnitude and direction and the point of application of the resultant.

10. A system of loads acting on a beam as shown in the fig. Determine the resultant of the loads.

11. Find the resultant of given force system as shown in fig.

12. The parallel force system of five forces 12KN, 15KN, 24KN, 30KN and 20KN is shown in fig. Reduce the system to a force and couple at point.

13. Determine the resultant of the four forces shown in fig. Each force makes an angle of

15 0 with the vertical except the 2000N force which is vertical.

UNIT-II

1. What is meant by friction force?

2. Explain the difference between coefficient of friction and angle of friction?

3. State the laws of static and dynamic friction?

4. What do you mean by angle of repose?

5. A body of weight 60N is placed on a rough horizontal plane. To just to move the body on the horizontal plane, a push of 18N inclined at 20° to the horizontal plane is required. Find the coefficient of the friction?

6. What is differential screw jack?

8.

Body of weight 150n is placed on a rough horizontal plane. If the coefficient of friction between the body and the horizontal plane is 0.4, determine the horizontal force required to just slide the body of the plane?

9. What are the laws of friction

10. What is meant by static friction? Give an example

11. What is meant by dynamic friction? Give an example

12. What is wedge friction

13. What is screw jack friction

14. Define rolling resistance.

15. Define centriod.

16. Define center of gravity

17. Differentiate centroid and centre of gravity.

18. Define pappu’s theorem I.

19. Define pappu’s theorem II.

20. Define centroid of area

21. Define centre of gravity of area.

1. A body of weight 500 N is pulled up an incline plane, by a force of 350 N. the inclination of the plane is 30° to the horizontal and the force is applied parallel to the plane. Determine the co-efficient of friction.

2. A body of weight 450 N is pulled up along an inclined plane having inclination 30° to the horizontal at a steady speed. Find the force required if the co-efficient of friction between the body and the plane is 0.25 and force is applied parallel to the incline plane. If the distance travelled by the body is 10 m along the plane. Find the work done on the body.

3. A uniform ladder of 4 m length rests against a vertical wall with which it makes an angle of 45 0 . The coefficient of friction between the ladder and the wall is0.4 and that between the ladder and the floor is 0.5.If a man, whose weight is one-half of that of the ladder ascends it, how high will it be when the ladder slips?

4. Two Planes AC and BC inclined at 60 0 and 30 o to the horizontal meet at C as shown in figure. A block of weight 1000N rests on the inclined plane BC and is tied by a rose passing over a pulley to a block weighing W Newtons and resting on the plane AC. If the coefficient of friction between the block and the plane BC is 0.28 and that between the block and the plane AC is 0.20, find the least and the greatest value o f W for the equilibrium of the system.

6. What should be the value of the angle θ in figure so that the motion of the 90 N

 Block impends down the plane? The Co-efficient of friction µ for all the surfaces is 1/3.

7. Block A weighing 1000N rest its over block B which weights 2000N as shown in figure. Block A is tied to wall with horizontal string. If the coefficient of friction between block A and block b is 0.25 and between B and floor is 1/3, what should be the value of P to move the block B, if

 (a) P is horizontal (b) P acts at 30 o upwards to horizontal?

8. Derive an expression from first principle to determine the center gravity of a ring circular solid cone about its base.

9. Locate the centroid of the shaded area {As shown in the Figure}

10. Find the centroid of the plain lamina shown in Figure

11. From first principles deduce an expression to determine the centroid of a triangle of base ‘b’ and height ‘h’.

12. Find the centroid of the shaded lamina shown.

14. Find the centroid of the ‘Z’ section shown.

15. Find the centroid of the following shaded plane area shown in fig?

16. Find the centroid of the following shaded plane area shown in fig?

17. Find the centroid of the following shaded plane area shown in fig?

19. A wooden n block rests on a horizontal plane as shown in fig. Determine the force P required to just impend motion. Assume the weight of block as 100N and the coefficient of friction µ=0.4.

20. A 100N force acts, as shown in fig, on a 30.6 Kg block on an inclined plane. The coefficient of friction between the block and the plane are µ s =0.25 and µ k =0.20 respectively. Determine whether the block is in equilibrium and find the value of the friction force. Take g=9.81 m/sec 2 .

21. A ladder of length 4m weighing 200N is placed against a vertical wall, as shown in fig. the coefficient of friction between the ladder and the floor is 0.2 and that between the ladder and the floor is 0.3. The ladder in addition to its own weight has distance of 3m from A. Calculate the minimum horizontal force to be applied at A to prevent slipping.

UNIT-III

1. Differentiate between Mass moment of inertia and Area moment of inertia

2. Define polar moment of inertia

3. Define area moment of inertia.

4. What is meant by mass moment of inertia.

5. Define product of inertia.

6. Define parallel axis theorem

7. What is perpendicular axis theorem?

8. Define moment of inertia

10. Define Moment of Inertia.

1. Derive the expression for mass moment of inertia of a Uniform thin rod about an axis perpendicular to the length and passing through the Centre of gravity?

2. Derive the expression for mass moment of inertia of thin circular ring.

3. Derive expression for mass moment of inertia of a rectangular lamina?

4. Determine the mass moment of inertia of a mild steel rectangular plate of size 15cmx30cm and thickness 10mm about the centroidal axis, which is parallel to shorter side. Mass density of mild steel is 8000 kg/m 3 .

5. A cylinder of diameter 400mm and height 1000mm rests vertically. Over this, a cone of base diameter 400mm and height 500mm is placed such that the axis of the cone coincides with the axis of the cylinder. Find out the mass moment of inertia of this composite solid about a line which passes through the vertex of the cone and which is parallel to the base of the cylinder if the mass density is

4000kg/m3.

6. A cylinder of diameter 500mm and height 1200mm has mass density of 8000kg/m. Find out the mass moment of inertia of the cylinder

a) with respect to the axis of the cylinder and b) about a line which coincides with an end face of the cylinder and passing through the centre of this face

7. (a) Calculate the moment of inertia of the shaded area about the x axis

(b) Determine the moment centroidal axes as shown in figure.

of inertia of a hallow

circular

its

8.

Find the moment of inertia about the horizontal centroidal axis and about the base A

B

9. Find the moment of inertia about the horizontal centroidal axis.

10. Find the moment of inertia about horizontal centroidal axis

11. For the shaded area shown in Fig., Calculate the moment of inertia about the x and y axes.

12. Determine Moment of Inertia of the triangular section about an axis passing through the centre of gravity and parallel to the base.

UNIT-IV

1. Define the terms Force, velocity and acceleration

2. Define Rectlinear motion.

3. Define Curvilinear motion.

4. What is the difference between translation motion and rotatory motion.

5. Explain motion of curves.

6. Define Potential Energy

7. Write Impulse Momentum equation.

8. State the law of conservation of momentum

9. What is work energy principle

10. What is dynamic Equilibrium?

11. What is impulsive force?

12. State Newton's Second law of motion.

13. Define Law of conservation of energy

14. Distinguish between curvilinear motion and projectile motion

15. Distinguish between direct central impact and oblique central impact

16. A car runs with an initial velocity of 30 m/s and uniform acceleration of 3 m/s 2 . Find its velocity after 5 seconds.

17. A stone is dropped from the top of the tower. It strikes the ground after four seconds. Find the height of the tower.

1. Two bodies one of mass 30kg, moves with a velocity of 9m/s centrally. Solve

the velocity of each body after impact, if the coefficient of restitution is 0.8

2. Two trains A and B leave the same station on parallel lines. A starts with a

uniform acceleration of 0.15m/s2 and attains the speed of 24 km/hour after which its speed remains constant. B leaves 40 seconds later with uniform acceleration of 0.30 m/s2 to attain a maximum of 48 km/hour, its speed also becomes constant thereafter. When will B overtake A.

3. A ball of mass I kg moving with a velocity of 6 m/s strikes another ball of

mass 2kg moving with a velocity of 2m/s at the instant of impact the velocities of the two balls are parallel and inclined at 30°to the line joining their centers as

shown in figure below. If the coefficient of restitution is 0.5, find the velocity and the direction the two balls after impact. Also calculate the loss in kinetic energy due to impact and the percentage of loss.

4. A block and pulley system is shown in fig below. The coefficient of kinetic friction between the block and the plane is 0.25. The pulley is frictionless. Find the acceleration of the blocks and the tension in the string when the system is just released. Also find the time required for 200kg block to come down by 2m.

Two blocks of weight 150N and 50N are connected by a string, passing over a frictionless pulley as shown in fig. Predict the velocity of 150N block after 4 seconds. Also calculate the tension in the string.

5. Two bodies one of mass 30kg, moves with a velocity of 9m/s centrally. Solve the velocity of each body after impact, if the coefficient of restitution is 0.8

6. A ball of mass 2 kg, moving with a velocity of 3 m/s, impinges on a ball of mass 4 kg moving with a velocity of 1 m/s. The velocities of the two balls are parallel and inclined at 30◦ to the line of joining their centers at the instant of impact. If the coefficient of restitution is 0.5, Explain

(i). Direction, in which the 4 kg ball will move after impact

(ii). Velocity of the 4 kg ball after impact;

(iii). Direction, in which the 2 kg ball will move after impact

(iv). Velocity of the 2 kg ball after impact

UNIT-V

1. Define Kinetics

2. Differentiate between kinetics and Kinematics

3. State Work energy principle for Linear and angular motion of a rigid body

4. Define the term rigid body

5. Define work done

6. State principle of conservation of energy

7. Define acceleration

8. Define uniform motion.

9. State d’alembert’s principle

10. Define plane motion.

11. Define momentum.

12. Differentiate between kinetics and kinematics.

13. Define energy?

14. State law of conservation of energy

15. Define kinetic and potential energy

1. A car of mass 1000kg moves on a level road under the action of 981 N of propelling force. Find the time taken by the car to increase its velocity From 24 to 48 kmph and the distance travelled during this time.

2. A bullet of mass 81gms and moving with a velocity of 300m/s is fired into a log of wood and it Penetrates to a depth of 10cms. If the bullet moving with same velocity were fired into a similar piece Of wood 5cms thick, with what velocity it emerge? Find also the force of resistance, assuming to be uniform.

3. Determine the work done by electric motor in winding up a uniform cable which hangs from a Hoisting drum if its free length is 10m and weighs 500N. The drum is rotated by the motor.

4. An engine and a train having a load of 300 tones are moving on a straight horizontal track with Uniform speed of 48 kmph. If the frictional resistance is 68N per ton, Calculate the power exerted By the engine. If the train moves up a gradient of 1 in 200, what additional power is required to Maintain the speed?

5. A railway 4 wheeler wagon of mass 15 metric tons runs down a gradient of one in Hundred. Determine its speed when it has rolled down one kilometer on a straight track. The axle Friction is 50N/metric tonne. The mass of axles and wheels is 2 metric tons. The

wheels have a Radius of gyration of 30cm.

6. A body weighing 20N is projected up to 20 o inclined plane with a velocity of 12m/s 2 , coefficient of friction is 0.15. Find

i) The maximum distance the body will move up the inclined plane.

7.

A hammer of mass 400kg falls through a height of 3m on a pile of negligible mass. If

it drives the pile 1m into the ground, find the average resistance of the ground for penetration.

1. A lift carries a weight 100Newtons and is moving with a uniform acceleration of

2.45m/sec 2 .Determine the tension in the cable supporting the lift when

i) Lift is moving upwards and

ii) Lift is moving Downwards

2. A motorist travelling at a speed of 70 kmph, suddenly applies brakes and halts after skidding 50m. Determine:

(i) The time required to stop the car

(ii) The coefficient of friction between the tyres and the road.

3. Derive work energy equation for translation?

4. Two bodies weighting 300N and 450N are hung to the ends of a rope passing over an

ideal pulley as shown in figure. With what acceleration the heavier body comes down? What is the tension in the string.

5. Determine the tension in the tension in the string and acceleration of blocks A and B

weighing 1500N and 500N connected by an inextensible string as shown in fig. assume pulleys as frictionless and weightless .

6. Derive kinetics of bodies rotate about fixed axis

7. A bullet of mass 81 grams and moving with a velocity of 300 m/s is fired into a log of

wood and it penetrates to a depth of 10cm if the bullet moving with the same velocity , where fired into a similar piece of wood 5cm thick, with what velocity would it emerge ?

find also the force of resistance assuming it to be uniform.

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B.TECH Mid-I Examinations 2019-2020 Branch: EEE-A,B Model Paper (Blue Print)

DEPT: H&S SUB: Engg. Mechanics YEAR: II Sem: I

TIME: 60 Min

MARKS: 10 DATE:

Answer any two from the Following

2 X 5 = 10 Marks

 1) (A) State and Explain parallelogram law of force. (B) A horizontal line PQRS is 12 m long, where PQ = QR = RS = 4 m. Forces of1000 N, 1500 N, 1000 N and 500 N act at P, Q, R and S respectively with downward direction. The lines of action of these forces make angles of 90°, 60°, 45° and 30° respectively with PS. Find the magnitude, direction and position of the resultant force 2) (A) A system of four forces acting on a body is as shown in figure. Determine the resultant and direction of the force.

(B) Determine the reactions at supports A and B of the overhanging beam shown in figure.

3)

Three cylinders weighting 100 N each and of 80 mm diameter are placed in a channel of 180 mm width as shown in Figure

 (i) The cylinder A on B at the point of contact (ii) The cylinder B on the base

(iii) The cylinder B on the wall

4)

(A) A body of weight 500 N is pulled up an incline plane, by a force of 350 N. the inclination

of the plane is 30° to the horizontal and the force is applied parallel to the plane. Determine

the

co-efficient of friction.

(B) A body of weight 300N is lying on a rough horizontal plane having a coefficient of friction

0.3.find the magnitude of the force which can move the body while acting at an angle of 25° with the

horizontal.

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B.TECH Mid-II Examinations 2019-2020 Branch: EEE-A,B Model Paper (Blue Print)

DEPT: H&S

SUB: Engg. Mechanics YEAR: II Sem:I

TIME: 60 Min

MARKS: 10

DATE:

Answer any two from the Following

2 X 5 = 10 Marks

1. Two trains A and B leave the same station on parallel lines. A starts with a uniform acceleration of 0.15m/s2 and attains the speed of 24 km/hour after which its speed remains constant. B leaves 40 seconds later with uniform acceleration of 0.30 m/s2 to attain a maximum of 48 km/hour, its speed also becomes constant thereafter. When will B overtake A.

2. Two blocks of weight 150N and 50N are connected by a string, passing over a frictionless pulley as shown in fig. Predict the velocity of 150N block after 4 seconds. Also calculate the tension in the string.

3. Two bodies weighting 300N and 450N are hung to the ends of a rope passing over an ideal pulley as shown in figure. With what acceleration the heavier body comes down? What is the tension in the string?

4.A bullet of mass 81gms and moving with a velocity of 300m/s is fired into a log of wood and it Penetrates to a depth of 10cms. If the bullet moving with same velocity were fired into a similar piece Of wood 5cms thick, with what velocity it emerge? Find also the force of resistance, assuming to be uniform

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B.TECH FINAL Examinations 2019-2020 Branch: EEE-A, B Model Paper I (Blue Print)

DEPT: H&S

SUB: Engg. Mechanics YEAR: II Sem:I

TIME: 3Hrs

MARKS: 75

DATE:

IMPORTANT QUESTION PAPER

FOR FINAL EXAMINATION

Note: This question paper contains two parts A and B. Part A is compulsory which carries 25 marks. Answer all questions in Part A. Part B consists of 5 Units. Answer any one full question from each unit. Each question carries 10 marks and may have a, b, c as sub questions.

PART -A

25 Marks

1) Forces P1,P2,and P3 of magnitudes 20KN,30Knand 45KN are concurrent in space at the origin O(0,0,0) and are directed through the points A(3,2,4),B(2,6,5) and C(3,- 5)respectively. Determine the resultant of the system of forces

2) State parallelogram law of forces.

3) What is angle of repose? Define the coefficient of friction?

4) Explain different types of friction.

5) Explain difference between centroid and center of gravity?

6) Explain the types of theorem of Pappus?

7) Define and explain Mass moment of inertia.

8) State transfer formula for mass moment of inertia.

9) Define kinetics. 10) State D-Alembert’s principle.

PART B

50 Marks

1) Two spheres, of each of weight 1000 N and radius of 25 cm rest in horizontal channel of width 90 cm as shown in fig 1. Find the reactions on the points of contact A, B and D

OR

2) Find resultant of given system of forces as shown in fig

3) What is the value of P in the system? The motion of 500N block to the right side and coefficient of friction between is 0.20?

OR

4) What force P must be applied to the wedges shown in Fig. to start them under the block?

The angle of friction for all contact surfaces is 10°

5) Find the centroid of the plane lamina shown in fig

OR

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6) Find the area moment of inertia the shaded area. Radius of semi circle is 50

7) Find the mass moment of inertia shown in fig

OR

8) Determine the mass moment of inertia of a rectangle plate of size a x b and thickness ‘t’ about its centroidal axis.

9) Discuss the concept of work energy theory and its applications. Define work, Energy, Kinetic energy and potential energy, give one examples individually with applications.

10)

OR

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B.TECH FINAL Examinations 2019-2020 Branch: EEE-A,B Model Paper-II (Blue Print)

DEPT: H&S

SUB: ENGG. MECHANICS YEAR: II Sem: I

TIME: 3Hrs MARKS: 75

DATE:

IMPORTANT QUESTION PAPER

FOR FINAL EXAMINATION

Note: This question paper contains two parts A and B. Part A is compulsory which carries 25 marks. Answer all questions in Part A. Part B consists of 5 Units. Answer any one full question from each unit. Each question carries 10 marks and may have a, b, c as sub questions. PART-A

(25 Marks)

1. State Parallelogram Law?

2. Define angle of friction of friction and angle of Repose?

3. The force required to pull a body of weight 100N on a rough Horizontal plane is 30N.determine the co-efficient of friction if the force applied is a an angle 15 o with the horizontal?

4. Derive the expression of moment of Inertia of triangular area about the base?

5. State parallel axis theorem as applied to mass moment of inertia?

6. Define D- Alembert’s principle?

7. What is radius of Gyration?

8. What do you mean by Rectilinear motion and Curvilinear motion?

9. Derive the mass moment of inertia of a uniform rod of length L about its Centroidal Axis normal to Rod and Axis at the end of the Rod and Normal to it.

10. For a circular plate of diameter 100mm a circular part of diameter 50mm is cut as shown in figure. Find the centroid of the remainder.

PART-B

(50 Marks)

1. (a) The Resultant of four forces which are acting at a point O as shown in figure is along Y-

axis. The magnitude of forces F1, F3 ,F4 , are 10KN, 20KN and 40KN respectively. The angles made by 10KN, 20KN and 40KN with X-Axis are 30 o , 90 o and 120 o respectively.Find the direction and

magnitude of force F 2 if the resultant is 72KN?

[5+5]

(b) Two smooth circular cylinders, each of weight W=1000 N and radius 15cm, are connected at their centres by a string AB of length=40cms and rest upon a horizontal plane, supporting above them a third cylinder of weight=2000N and radius 15 cm as shown in figure. Find the Force S in the string AB and the pressure produced on floor at the points of contact D and E.

(Or)

2. (a) Three external forces are acting on a L-Shaped body as shown in figure. Determine the equivalent system through point O. [5+5]

(b) Find the reactions at supports A and B in the beam AB shown in figure.

3. (a) A uniform ladder of 4 m length rests against a vertical wall with which it makes an angle of 45 0 . The coefficient of friction between the ladder and the wall is0.4 and that between the ladder and the floor is 0.5.If a man, whose weight is one-half of that of the ladder ascends it, how high will it be when the ladder slips?

(b) Two Planes AC ad BC inclined at 60 0 and 30 o to the horizontal meet at C as shown in figure. A block of weight 1000N rests on the inclined plane BC and is tied by a rose passing over a pulley to a block weighing W newtons and resting on the plane AC. If the coefficient of friction between the block and the plane BC is 0.28 and that between the block and the plane AC is 0.20, find the least and the greatest value of W for the equilibrium of the

system.

[5+5]

(Or)

4.

(a) Determine the least value of the force P to cause motion to impend rightwards. Assume the Co-efficient of friction under the blocks to be 0.2 and friction to be frictionless. [5+5]

(b) What should be the value of the angle θ in figure so that the motion of the 90 N block impends down the plane? The Co-efficient of friction µ for all the surfaces is 1/3.

5. (a) A rectangular hole is made in a triangular section as shown in figure. Determine the moment of inertia of the section about X-X axis passing through its centre of gravity and the base BC. [5+5]

(b) determine the coordinates of the centroid of the plane area shown in figure.

(or)

6. (a) Find the centroid of the plane lamina shown in fig. [5+5]

(b) The cross section of rectangular hallow beam is as shown in figure.determine the polar moment of inertia of the section about centroidal axis.

7 (a) Find the mass moment of inertia of the solid cone of height h and base radius

i) Its axis of rotation and

ii) an Axis through Vertex normal to the axis of rotation.

(b) Find the mass moment of inertia of an Aluminium pipe of 120mm outer diameter and 90mm inner diameter and 2.5m long with respect to its long internal axis. Take density of Aluminium is 2560Kg/m 3 . (or)

 8. (a) Determine the mass moment of inertia of a rectangular plate of size axb and thickness t about its centroidal axis ? [5+5] (b)A brass of cone is mounted on the top on an aluminium cylinder. using density of brass is 8500kg/ m 3 and that of aluminium equal to2560 Kg/m 3 . Determine the mass moment of inertia for the system about the vertical geometric axis. 9. (a) Define work energy equation for translation. [5+5] (b) A lift carries a weight 100Newtons and is moving with a uniform acceleration of 2.45m/sec 2 .Determine the tension in the cable supporting the lift when iii) Lift is moving upwards and iv) Lift is moving Downwards

(OR)

10. A motorist travelling at a speed of 70kmph, suddenly applies brakes and halts after skidding 50m. determine:

(i) The time required to stop the car (ii) The coefficient of friction between the tyres and the road.