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PARTB--(5x1A-^^ ('J x

t.'

J6 = 80 marks)

centroidal axis-;..

a:cs_|.

(8) (8)

ALL

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(oo

ai

lcl)

12^

(a)

fi

r' )

Or

2

D I34

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(b)

P which keeps in and direcbion of a singlc force (16) Detennine the magnitude is shown in hg' 3' T,ltt equilibrium' "vt"*'lr-#;;;;"t

r < K-t-l

S'sr"l

13. (a)

fie. 3 hg. 4 ard B of the beam as shown in ( 16) reactions at supporls A Find the

to

t-d\to

hg4

C)r

(b)

Forces of maglitudes

thc sides AB, BC, cD' DA';;';" tiui whose side is 3 m' sr'to*

l'

along Nerltons act respeclively square ABCI) als"iil n"ot their relultant is couple

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14.

(a)

::; "l; T""":,; li"l ".",: : :ll il":"#", rs mass m = 2 kg uptonl;e.; biock of " 6 JPL"'b '-- force constant'K as slro"n in Irg 'r' ;'";;;*.r*se frrction p^ --0 3

"':"J'

=, o *

i:;l::l,

*';i,

alter 40Nm.liSallachedtotheblockrvhicl.rstartsfrom'restalaposltlon uind the speed of the block the spring '= :;;=t;;' (16) r = 0, wl-rere ut" work energy melhod 0'2 m up tlt" i"triiti trave}ling

fig.5

Or

3

Il

134

(b)

(j)

(ii) 15.

(a)

A sione is thrown upwards from the top ofa tower Z0 m high with a velocity of 19.2 m,/S. Determine its posir_ion and velocity when /=6sec. (8) Al elevator is required to lift a body of mass 65 kg. Find the acceleration of the elevator, which could caus a pressure ol.g00 Nervtons on tho"floor(B)

Block A rveighing 1500 N is to be raised by means of 15" wedge as shown in fig. 6. Assume the coefficient of friction between all contact surfaces be 0.2 Weight of the block B is 500 N. Determine the minimum force reqiired to move the blockA upwards. (16)

fig. 6

(b)

Or

A reciprocating engine mechanism is shorvn in fig. 7. The crank OA is of length 150 n.rm and rotating at. 600 rprn. The conr-rcctrng rod

700 mn.r long. Find AB

(5) (5)

The velocit5' qi point C on the connectrng rod at a distance of 200 mm iron A when d = 45" (6)

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D 134

Firsi Semester

(Common to A-ll Branches except Marine Engineering)

GE 131

ENGINEERING MECI]ANICS

Ma-.cimum : 100 marks

PAR'IA-(10

1.

x 2 = 20 rnarks)

2.

Explain coplanar concr,rrrent forces. TVo forces 4 = S; alra n, - S.eO j pass through a poinL rvhose co-ordinales are (2, 1). Calculate the momenl of the lorce about the origin.

4. 5.

Explain perpendicular

a-xis theorem.

Fie. Q.

6. 7.

8.

\\4eat is r-uriformly accelerated rectilinear motion?

A car accclerat-es unilormly from a speed of 30 krr,4r to a speed of 75 km-Ar in 5 s. Deterrnine the acceleration of the car and also tbe dista:.rce Lravelled during 5 s.

What is mealt by tirne of restitution? Dcfine

an6'uJ

9.

r0.

ar

accelc ra I io n.

11.

,

(i)

PART B

(5

x 16 = 80 marks)

to

flWt 1 rad/s2.""t start-s rotating from ro.r -^r :rs. grven an accelera{ion I of Find the a''erular'vel.,"ii ..' ::., ",," If thc flyrvheel is bro"usht to -'"J orru speed rn rpnr. afi.r'r'1.5 rninutes. with a unifonr angular retardarion o.s ."v"r, a"i".-;."fi:'r;:iti of le taken by ihe fly,rvheel

rest.

in seconds to come

(ii)

(8)

'n"

(8)

a- \t't\'tto

12. (a)

(i)

sys

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li:

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;T

TSI;

[,:;

[;,:1 "

(8)

2

B 7t0

i;i) trr)

N rests ir' a right-anglcdgro:;:"^:;';:;;; A ball of wcight I20 "ir 'ii gr"ove are rnclrn' smooth' ihen' ,."i,til The sirlns o{ theui' tt" t'"fut:t i],"'o ttort'l"rii ':" 30" and 60" to th" *i iftt poi"tt o[ccntact {B) dctcmrinp 1l'n reatt'on" fli";;.-

f,h"'

*'^.:-

q,o6 6s'

Or

(b)*:.::.1,1"H"?-.*i1H.;:n'-,4,"1"il:,PI4T:l:*kf: (D

A (2,

t4. -'/. cr. C r -3' 1hc s1-slem r csull arrt of

l.

6),

-2'

11

'nd

l-'

r'

t lGr

13.

(a)

ts

16)

pr",

5 Y.r

)"r

i"'

!c

EN

\-

s..^

Fig. Q. 13 (a) Or

(b)

iii" f",*

P to causo

n,' o

3

13(b)

B 7i0

14.

(a)

Determine the position of th ur !'e centre of gravity oi the plane figure shown in Fig. e. tt(;f"'^"'""

(i6)

""llt

l

Fie. Q. r< (a) Or

(b)

15c-\

Delermine tho rn6rnont ol^ ineriia of the scction shown rn Fir,. about XX a_xis passirrg tlrrough Q. t+ 161 its centre of gravity arrd the bale BC. (r6)

rr"^--+'

e. la (b)

Fig.

15.

(a)

T\vo vehicles travel between, t,,r,o staLions 50 km apart. goth vehicles start at the same time from the,same, si.ii"" 'L;;r]tf"tU" travels at n.iJ'vehicle 50 kmA whilc the sccond vshicls t.uu"t" .i S0 "i" n."t ,r"f,i"t" halts in the second station for 5 minutes ri""'.".,"."s wilh the same spced, delermine where the ^'"*., ""a trvo vehicies *iil _;;;.

(16)

Or

(b)

A projectile is hred with an irutial velocily of2b0 n/s at a targel at a horizonla.t disrance of 4 locatecl tu1 sn6 ,,".;;: ,j'J.r"..JJ #.r00 m above rtre gun. Delcrmine the valuc _,*_ o _f.firing angle to hit thc targei. N"s,i:;,;:j resistance.

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Second Semester

Civil Engineering

GE 1151

ENGINEERING MECHANICS

(Regulation 2004)

Time : Three hours

Regulations 2005)

Answer ALL questions.

PARTA-(10x2=20marks)

1.

2.

A force f

= tg.ZSi +12.75j - 18/:)N acts through the origin. What magnitude of this force and the angles it makes with X, Y and Z-axes? Mention the different tlpes of forces with example.

What is Valignon's theorem? Define Center of Gravity.

is

the

3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

What are the theorems of moments of inertia? What do you understand by kinenatics?

A point P moves along a straight line according to the equation x - 4t3 +2t +5, where r is in meters, / is in seconds. Determine the velocity

and acceleration when / = 3 sec.

9.

of plane motion for a rigid bodv.

PARTB-(5x16=80marks)

11.

(i)

kN and F"- 15 kN act on a particle as shown in Fig. Q. 11, find their resultant by (1) Paralielogram law and If two

forces

4=

20

(6)

-,r l5 kN

,<'

--LJ!---a2,11YY

Fig. Q. 11

(ii)

l

origin and Four forces 32 kN, 24 kN, 24kN and 120 kN are concurrent at are respectively directed through the points whose coordinates are the A(2,1,6) , B(4,- 2,5) , c(-3'-2'1) and D(5,1, 2). Determine resultant of the sYstem.

(10) (16)

20 kN/m

12.

(a)

10

!'i o Q. 12 (a)

Or

(b)

the beam shown Determine the reactions at supports A, B, C and D, for (16) in Fig. Q. 12 (b).

30 kN

l0 kN/m

2m

2m

( Not to scale )

Fig.

Q

2

12 (b)

R.266

(a)

FinC 1,, ,

I.,

(16)

Fig. Q. 13 (a)

Or

(b)

Determine the mass moment of inertia of a rectangrrlar plate of size a x b and thickness i about its centroidal axes. (16)

74.

(a)

6

lzradians, determine the velocity o{ the particle when d is 60.. Use both Polar coordinates and Cartesian coordinates methods. (16)

C)r

(b)

Two men of mass 60 kg and 90 kg dive ofl from the end of a boat of mass 400 kg so that their relative veiocity with respect to the boat is I m/s. If

their boat is initially at rest deternine its finai velocity for the following

conditions:

The 60 hg man dives first followod by 90 kg man, The 90 kg n:ran dives frrst foliowed by 60 kg of man.

(16)

R 266

15.

(a)

What should be the value of d in Fig' Q' 15 (a) which will make the motion of 900 N block down the plane to impend? The coefficient of (16) friciion for al1 contact surfaces is 1/3

Fig. Q. 15 (a) Or

(b)

suspended A right circular cylinder of rveight 100 N and radius 20 cm is is from a cord that is wound around its circumference' If the cylinder and the allowed to fal1 freely, find the acceleration of its mass center ( 16) tension in the cord.

R 266

A 4gs

B.E,, .?ec.h. DEGREE EXAIV{INATION. NOtr'EMEEF/AECEMBEit 2005.

"ibirC Se::rester

I,{anne Engincering

VtV 305

- APPLIED MECHAI\IICS

Ma-ximun : 100 marks

PART A

i10 x 2 = 20 rnarks)

l.

2.

l'wo equai forces are acting at a point with an angre ol 60' bet."veen ihem. the resultant force is 20JE N, find the magniiude oieach force.

State the principle of Virtual Work. Define limiting fnction and coeffrcient of friction.

If

Define efficiency of a rnachine. write the expression ror effrciency of a machine in terms of mechanical advantage and velocity ratio.

ri.

The number of teeth on the worm wheel of a single threaded rvorm and wor-m wheel is 60. calculate the velocity ratio if the diarneter of the eflort wheel is 250 mm and that ol load dru.' is 125 mm. Ttre efiort required to lifi a ioaci of 600 N by this machine is 20 N. Find the'efficiency of the machine. Stale and prove theorem of parallel axis. A central square hole o{ side 2c :*m is cut out on a circu-lar lamii:a of diameter 100 mm. What is the moment of inertia of the remaining arca aboui a centroidal a-xis passing through the diagcnal of ihe square hole?

7.

8.

A wheel rotating about a fixed a-ris at 20 rpm is uniformll, accelerated for T0 seconds, during which time it makes 50 revoilrtions. Find the angular veiocity at the end of this interval and the time requirecl for the speed tc ,e,r"i

100 rpm.

10.

secor:ds.

velocity of the body is 20 m/sec, determine the final velocity ol ihe body when the force acts.

If the initial

(a)

PARTB-(5x16=80marks)

11.

(r)

end 2A beth wlde the spu: wheels have 45 and 40 teeih. The eflori banCle is 400 mm while the effective diarneter of the drum is 150 mrn. If the effrciency of the winch is 4AVo and the ioad lifted is 250 N, then what efforb will be applied ai the (6) end of the handle.

(ii)

There are four movable pulleys in a system of pulleys of the first t;pe. If a load of 1440 N is iifted by an effort of 100 N, find the effrciency of the rnachine, effort wasted in friction and the load wasted in friction. (10)

72.

(a)

Fig. I shows a system of coplanar forces acting in a flat plate. Determine the resultant in magnitude and direction and also the x and y intercepts of the resultalt.

Fig. Or

(b)

By the principle of virtual work, determine the reactions for the beam shown in Fig.2.

t2 kN

skN

Fig.2

13. (a)

Arl effort of 200 N is required to just move a certain body up an inclined plane of angle 15', the force acting paraliel to the plane. If the angle of inclination of the plane is made 20" , tlne effort required, again applied parallel to the plane, is found to be 230 N. Find the weight ol the body and the coefFcient of friction.

Or

A 425

(b)

A block A waighing

trO0 N resis on a rough inclined pla:re is connected to another bLcck B resting ole a rough horizonta,l piane by a weightless rigid bar as shown ia Fig. 3. Firrd the horizontal force F required lo be applied tc the block B to just raove the block A in upward directio:r. Assume angle of limrting friction as 15" at ali su:{aces where is sliding.

Fig.

14.

(a)

For the plane section shown in Fig. 4, determine the moments of inertia about the centroidal a-res.

Fig.4

Or

(b)

Determine the radii of gyation for the plane section shown about its centroidal axes.

in Fig.

5

2s"

425

15. (a)

viith A body moves in a straight line and its acceleration'f which varies its time'i'is given by f = 2l3t' Aft1-' 5 seconds from start of observations the of observations velocity i" ZO rr,r's.c. Afcer 10 seconds f?om the start bodY was 85 m from the origin (i) Determine its acceleration' velocity and distance from the origin at the stari ofobservations' (ii) Ileterrnine the time after start of observations in which the velocity becomes zero and its distance from the origin' (iii) llescribe the motion diagrammatically' (only velocity-time

graPh)

Or

&)

I

held stationary on TVo bodies A and B directly in iine and l0 m aparb are -between in Fig' 6 The coeffrcient of friction an inclined plane as "howtt plane ih" pl.n" ..td boay A is 0.05 and that between the body B and the the instant' calculate is 0.08. If both bodies are set in motion at the same meet together' Also distance through which each body travels before they determine their vetocities at the instant of their rneeting'

Fig. 6

A"425

L

-,

1r-08

Second Semes"er

Ae ro n a

r.,

iica I Erlginccring

GE 1151

ENGINEERiNG MECHANIT]S

anci I'Iechanical)

Time : Threc

hours

Ansu'er ALL questions'

PARTA_(10x2=20marks)

State the equations of equilibrium of a coplanar system of forces'

(0'8' 0' 1'2) m and A fcirce oi'magnitude 700 N is directed along PQ whele P is of the force' Q is (1..1, 1.2, 0) m. Write the vector forn

3

Thrce couples + 12 Nm, 35 Nm and +J00 Nm are acting in the :ry' rz . Write the vector form.

yz

and

5.

A seni-circul:rr lanina having radius 100 mln is located in lhe r-y plane such that its diametral edge coincides rvith 1'-axis. Determine the :t co-ordinate of its centroid.

Define principal axes and principal moment of Inertia

6. 7.

Apar.t'iclestartingfromrest,mor,esirrastraightlineandltsacce]eration:is ei'en by a - 40 46t2 m/sec2 rvhere I is in sec. Deterraine the velocitl' of the particle when it has travel-led 52 m'

A steel bail is thrown vertically uprvards from the top of a building 25 n above the ground with an iniiial velocity of 18 m/sec. Find the rnaxiururn heighl i'eached by the ball li'om the grounci

St

B.

9. i0.

PARTB-(5x16=80marks)

11.

Determine the tension in the cabies AB, AC and AD Fig. Q. 11. is weighing 9.07 kg.

if the crate

Fig. Q. 11

12.

(a)

Determine the reactions at supports A, B, C and D, for the beam shown in Fig. Q. 12 (a).

zoxl

wkrl lm

Fig. Q. 12 (a)

Or

(b)

Determine the resultant of the coplanar non-concurrent force system shown in Fig. Q. 12 (b). Calculate its magnitude and direction and locate its position with respect to the sides AB and AD.

36

k'l

-f 558hnJ

lz

{5E

B

g0

ls Kt't

t{^J

Fie.

a

2

12 tb)

1108

Find

I,.

of

'lhe

13

Fig. Q

Or

(b)

13 (a)

14.

(a)

A stone is proiected with a speed of 30 m.is at an angle of elevation of 50'. Find its velocity

at a height of 6 m.

!-ind also the time interval betrveen the two points at which the stone attains a speed of 23 m/s.

Or

(b), the co-effrcient of restitution is 0.8. The {1at disks shou'n, slide on a smooth horizontal sur{ace. Determine tire hnal velocity of each disk directlv after impact.

shorvn

1'1 lo tca

in Fig Q.

3-lt

a

14 (b)

J.nl3

tr- L108

15.

I

(a)

Determine whether the block shown in Fig" Q 15 (a) having a mass of 40 kg is in equilibrium and find the magnitude and direction of the friction force. Take p" = 0.40 and Fr, = 0.30

l

.

8oo N

I

I

Fig. Q. 1s (a)

Or

(b)

Determine the least value of 'P'required to cause the motion impend the system shown in Fig. Q. 15 (b) ass,rne coefficient of friction on a contact surface as 0.2.

or

%\^0'

Fig. Q. 15 (b)

1108

s 358

B.E.its. Tech. DE GREE

Third Semester

Marine Engineering MV 305

Time : Three hours

APPLiED I{ECHANICS

Answer

A_I_L

questions.

PAR?A

1.

(10 x 2 20 rnarks) =

eguar ic:ces au:. a* a po;nl viirn an angie of 60. between them. resuliant foree. is 20"8 N, fir,.d. fhe fcrces.

o"

T'r

If

the

2.

3.

4.

iJ-1,",^,.'."J,1'1.';K'".::i.T;".'lf

5

r""a

6.

The pffi.;..-^.. -r

":\:;:1tr:'ffi:Li:i;i",lT

.

j,",*

f.;:;ii:i

of effo rr u,

l=^B'9? t *,

""l".iir

F-or a

i

"i..;',

;;:'";:' .': :50 m rhe rarse: ' ";'";1-. : J,;." : :l ".1r:: jfi " ; r''"? ff *: T.,t"t *lT

ltff.;:;,;;'

m

3 i

in

7.

60 mm whar

cen r ro

i cr

a

ao s para

jl ;;" ;;T"1"i30

rr

mrc is made on r

l, o u*"",11:ot

"'t

"

oi'J#

-.ff

;'1T :,

l?::"ilj;';

8.

A po.r ic e

r

a;cs-

9.

1: :r. " ;j,'r*:, ]' -"# - ::'-';'' trvori ooint is glven 0Y airer 4 seconds

*,,:.

il.T"

}""'''"il;;"

j:"Tt:

liii",ril;'"'';o""""" "'a

10.

;:.::;,i:JJ;iiii::;!:::tiL"Fffi1['=#:m'i:Uru*gq: ;;;;"',h: the elevaror' fJ,?;*';f;: -"."r""2 1"": Y:: ihe cables ol

PARTB-{5x16=B0marks)

tl)

11.

of a Wtrat is irreversibility

macnrnc' irreversibilitY of a

machine? Denve

the condition

ior

tii)

*u"hi,l", effort ":,J{

rn

ffi

"'l:

t2.

{a)

;'i"':::"i;{"H

reections smootn' assumed to be

v

F;g.

e tzo'

Or

(b*;":,,1;:',"i,i""::-tdg#;"X.?:."-'"'6iilh'o-?tll*:

.fi:::;";.1?.""i'",., -"g'-'it"a" "f magntt lfO N. Fi"a the

th"

of the resultanL

s 358

13

(a)

A pull of 20 Nl, inclined z-i 25" to the horizontal is requireti to just move $, body placeri cr: a rough inclined pi.ane. B::t the push required to mcve the bod'r is 25 N, iociined ai 25' to ihe horizontai, Find the weighi oi the body ancl the coefficieni of friction. (Rel'er Fig. 13 (a)).

s4 r.l

trg t?a''

C)r

(b)

Referring to Fig. 13 (b), determine the least value of the force P to cause motion to impend rightward. Assume coellicient of friction under blocks to be 0.2 and pulley to be frictionless.

n-.

1^

(a)

For the plane section shorvn in Fig. 14 (a), locate the centroidal axes and determine the moments of inertia about them,

A;<2"<'te'r

+<n

P-oaila 4 'n

Fi3 t,l a

Or

3

s 358

(b)

Determine the radii of gyraticn for the piane secticn shown in Fig. aboui its centroidal axes XX and !-Y.

r.-r__-t

le,al

F;g. 14 h

{

ir{l d*,*'*;."rE

i*

eq.)

15.

as shown

of dump cars is pulled along a level track from A to B in Fig. 15 (a) and then rp a 57c, grade. At C, 100 m up the grade the last car becomes detached v"hiie its velocity is 24 kn4tour. If the car weighs 20 kN and the track resistance is 8 N psr kll^ deterrnine

(i)

How far up the grade wiil ihe car coniirrue before siopptng ai D? down again do.r,'n tire siop'?

(ii) Will the car stop at D or move (iii) If the car moves again

down ihe grade, whai will be the Cistance traveleC by the car bei'ond B on the level track before stopping at E? Take g = 9.8 n/s2

--s

Or

(b)

A hanimer of mass 1500 kg drops from a height of 600 rnm on a pile of mass 750 kg. Finri

(i) (ii)

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Solved

iii

to.J/

I

\

I

ENGINEERING MECFIANICS ldaxinrum: 100 l.,4arks

Trne:

Thr'ee Hours

Answer ALL

PART

Derermine the resultant

Questions

(10 x

2.

20 MarksT

and

2, .5.). The forces

F, = a.:; * 6.6j

force F= (6.14i - (34/t- (4A/)k is acting at a point P rvhose position vector from the origrn 'O' of the coordinate axes is (8 mm)i + (6 mm)j - (4 mm)k. Find the moment of the force about the

State Varignon's theorem. State the theorems of Pappus and Guldinus to find out the surface area and the volume of a body. State the Coulomb's la,,vs

origin,

of dry friction.

A belt embraces an angle of 200" over the surface of 3 pulley of 500 mm diameter. If the tight side tension of the belt is 2.5 kN. Find out the slack side tension of the belt. The coefficient of

friction between the belt and the pulley can be taken as 0.3.

metres and

E,

't'

t5t2'-20, where ';r' is expressed in in seconds, Determine the acceleration of the particle at t=3 seconds.

the relation

>urface. Derermine

,=f' -

ot 5O kg. has an initial velocity oI l5 m/s horizonrally on a smooth the value of horizontal force that will bring the mass to rest in .{ seconds.

ma>s

9. Define the

10,

PART

- B (5 x 16 = B0 marks)

ll,

force F acts at the origin of a coordinate system in a direction defined by the angles 0;r = 69.3' and 0z = 57.9'. If the component of the force F along y direction is - 174 N, determine. (i) the angle 0y (4 Marks)

iii) {

the magnitude

F along .r and z directions.

(r4 N4arks)

the components

(4 N4ark$

1)

i1

.F

(.1 N{atks)

. 1 .-,'

12.

cable BC as shown

neslected-

(4 Marks) (8 Marks) (4 Marks)

(i) Draw the free body diagram of the boom. (ii) Find out the tension in cable BC. (iii) Determine rhe reaciion at A.

(oR)

t"

d

Fig. 12

3500N

(a)

Three forces +.20N,- t0N and +30N are acting perpendiculrr ro x z plane as shown in Fig. e.l2(b.t. the lines .of action of all rhe forces are parallel to y-axis.-The coordinates of the point of action of these forces along .x and z directions are respectively (2, 3), (4, 2) and (7, 4), all the distances being referred in metres. Find out.

(b)

20N (2,3)

30N

t 't'

v

(4.2\

I

(7,4)

(i) The maghitude of the resultanr force. (ii) The location of the resultanr.

13. (a) (i) Derermine the coordinates of the centroid of the shaded area shown in Fig.e.l3 (a) if the area removed is semicircular.

(ii)

(4.Marks)

Find the moment of inertia of the shaded area about the centroidal axes, the axes being parallel to xandy axes.

(iii)

cenrroidal

ares.

(oR)

,

(b) Find the

mass moment

l

75

200

Fig. 13 (a)

of

inertia

of

the

rectangutir'block"sli61i,A in Fig. e.t3 (b), about the xandy axes. A cuboid of 20mmx20mmx20mm has been removed from the rectangulxr block as

shown

,

ol the block is 7850

kg/m3.

the

materiai

Fis. 1s

(b)

euestion Fapers

18.39

of the inclination of the plane surface, 0, for which tle masses will just staft slidi I (6 Markg iir) The tension in th" ."rv. , ,.., (6 Marks) '.,.,,," (iii) What will be the friction forces at the mass surfaces./ (4 Marks) (oR) (b) The driver of an automobile decreases the speed at a conshnt nre,from 72

of 460

(r)

The value

Fis.

oJ4

(a)

after the aubmobile, after the alcng ths curve. ^r,"."0;:"?:: Two sreel blocks, shown k) in Fig. e. .15(a), slide rvirhout friction an horizontal surface, The velocities of the blocks immddiately -a iefore impact are as shown. If the coefficient of restitution between rhe blocks is 0.75, determine the (r) the ryelotities of the blocks after rmpact and (12 Marks) (ii) the energy loss during imprcr. (4 Marks)

baveled 150:..:-i.

of the automobile,

to 48 km,fiour over a disrance of 23d rn. m. iadius. Determine the magnjtude of the total accel

;;;

"u*"

4m,/s

(b) A

below.

plare

Fig. Q.is

(a)

the

xy plane as

r component velocity

I .r

component

/ component

Determine:

(i)

of point A = 450 mm/s. velocity of point B _ 150 ; mm/s. velocity of point C = - 900 mm/s.

the angular velocity of rhe plate and the velocity of the point B.

(8 Marks) (8 Marks)

(ii)

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Trme: Thr ee hours

2005)

Maximum:

100

PARTA-(10x2=20marks) I

SI.Lte

flg1d body.

2. State the principle of transmissibiiity' of a I Whxt ): the generll condit\on oi equrlibrium 4. What is the moment of a force about an axis? 5. Deline lirst moment of :rn area rbout an rxis' of 6. Expless radius of gyration of a body in terms 7. Stlte D'Alembert's PrinciPle 8, Define coefficient of restitution 9. What is Iimitiirg fiiction?

t

I i . (a)

PARTB-(5x16=B0marfs)

of 90' two con-current forces including an angle The magnitude of the resultant of is 60o; the magnitude of their !' kNWhen the included ungl" b"t*""n the forces them rs of the two forces' rs ',ftg t<N. Find the magnitudes

Or

I

betwt

result

t.

in Fig' I below, suPport loads tV and 50 PQ, 0R' and RS connected as shown (b) Three links in each link if the iYstem remains equilibrium. Find the weight l{ and the force

8.109

(a) Two identical spheres each of weight 2 kN and radius 20 cm are kept in a horizontal of $rdth 70 cm as shown in Fig. 2 below-Determine the reactions at the points of

P,

channel

contacl

(

B and R.

16)

.Mt

r

\-/

a

zkN ?*

L-l'.'

@J

20r

(b)

30

20

Or Determine the horizonlal and vertical comPonents of reactions for the beam loaded as shown in Fig. 3 below. Neglect the weight of the beam. 300 N 500 N

B

N-m '*'.*

300

3m

a solid cylinder (a)Asolidconeofbasediamerer-8Ommandheight50mmrestsCentrallyover composite solid of diameter 80 mm and height lO0 mm. Find the position of the centroid of the

combination. Or

(

l6)

l. (b)

Find the moment of inertia of T-section about in Fig. .1. All the dimensional are in mm.

X-X

14. (a) (i) A car covers a distance of 30 m in 3 seconds anil 70 m in 5 seconds. \clocitv ol the car rnd the rcceieration as.uming it to be unilorm. la. (a) (ii) A ball is projected vertically upwards with a velocity of 20 m./s. Two I sccond b;rll r. projected vertically upwrrds with a velocity oi 16 m/s. Find the

surface at which the two balls meet.

-"

Find thc

,rr(,r

Or

t4. (b) A horizontal force of 18 N moves a body of mass 4 kg which is initially at rest on a table. Find (i) rhe work done byithe applied force in 8 seconds (ii) rvork done by the friction in 8 seconds (iii) Work done by the net force on the body in 8 seconds and (iv) thange in kinetic

energy

(16)

rests on a plane included at 45o to the horizontal. The block is tied by a horizontal string as shown in Fig. 5. The block is in equilibrium when the tension in the string is.70 N. Determine the friction force, the normal reaction of the plane and the coefficient ( l6) of fiiction between the block and the plane.

Or

15.

l

(b) A block of mass 50 kg starts sliding from rest on a 40" inclined plane as shown What is,the velocity of the block if the distance moved by the block down the incline

in Fig. 6. is 2.5 m? the time taken ,by the block to cover the said distance. Take the coefficient of kinetic AIso find ( l6) friction between the blocki and the plane as 0.2.

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18.11

1

'ime: Three

Engineering

hours

Answer ALL questions

l'1r.t,,r

.."

PARTA-(10x2=20marks)

l.

of twrl concurrent

forces:

4 k-

----)

. The unit of polar moment of inertia is 2. The <iimensions of power is 3. With neat sketches represent the reaction components of hinge and fixed supports

i'

4. State parallel axes theorem. 5. Find the rario of rensions in tight and slack

Assume P = 6.19.

6. A partiCle

I

7. 8.

'-:r' is in nr and moves along x axis and itq position is expressecl as "r = 513 - l0l2 rvhere 'l' is in sec. Find velocity and acceleration at / = 3 sec . State work energy equation of particles. Give the meaning of each term Two balls are projected from the same point in ttre directions inclined at 60o and 30" to the

of velocity of projections if they have same maximum height. ?. Define translarion and rotation of a rigid body. J. Write the equations of motion relating (a) resultanl force and acceleration (b) resultant moment

horizontal. Det6rmine ratio and angular acceleration.

PART B

(5x16=80

marks)

and

30

kN

\).

i:---_----+

Or

18.112

of tripod.

.p' as follows: 20 kN aiong positive , direction, 40-ii* at points A (- 4' 0, 0)' B (5' 0' 2) and along the negative y direction. Three legs rest on grourid Coordinate of P (0, 10,0). Find the forces in C ( 2,r0, 3). Height of 'p' above origin is l0 m.

legs

the beam shown

in Fig. Q 12 (a).

10

kll

12.

along

at support

z

'o'

Y

12

(b). oA

is

axis, AB along

axls.

40 kN

30lN

lamina shown in Fig. Q

and determine moment of inertia about centroidal x,r and yy axes for

the

l3

(a).

I I I

3cm

I

1

2cm

+

3cm

ri

t

I

18.113

i 3.

(b) (i)

Or

Locate cenrroid

ol inertia about centrordal axes .1r' Ir, l, for the. 13 (b) (i). AIso find maximum piincipal moment of inertia 1n,o*. ( l0)

Y

(l, t),

wnte moment

I

E

.l

13. (b)

(ii) A thin iecrangular ptate of widrh (b) = 300 mm, depth (d) = 240 mm and rhickness (r) = 6 mrn is made of steei p = 7g50 kg/m3. c:rlcuiate n-iiSs.

rh.-- ^- -^

m2SS momgrrt

Of in:r;i.

.-,,.. ,,.

M- (a) (i)

14' (a)

angle

Derive the expression for distance travelled by a particuJar under '. (r). As"ume inirial velocity unjform o...,.ro,,to? as Vo.

m above ground rever uoruuro. -of 40o with horizonral .,tJJ lnirial velocrty is 3o m/s. Determine greatest herghr reached ground' horizontal distance above lrom poinr of projection to rhe pojnt ,vh1.- it ,,.iii, ,r''" ground finai velocity rvhen it strike,s che and ground.

shown n

or

Two blocks

(12)

of

Fg Q,a,,

i,

ini,iotiy o,

Pulley

;i::i

,.r,

(13)

Cable

14.

(b) (ji) Defrne coefficienr of restirurion. 15 (ar A wagon of mass 3OO0 kg i, pushe-d

clone the rails tvith a constanr foi,ce of 500 N if ihe reslsiance due tc fr.iction is i25 N, a",..*i". ,i" i:rie trkcn (u -etcit (i) Principje 6f impuis: and morlentu;.,r. ., ,,e_d ,,: O m. us:nt

/t\

8.1 14

ii) Newton's second law' (iii) Principle of work and energy' (lv) Comments about the three methods'

Or

(t

(s)

,.

0)t'

15.

rotation

of a

body

is

8=Oo+

angular

angular acceleration

15.

6 seconds; (b) (ii) A stone is dropped into a well and the sound of splash is heard in

0.

velocity

ofsound-340mis,findthedepthofsurfaceofwaterfromthetop.ExplaillconcePts'(8)

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SECOND SEi\{ESTER

GE

204

Answer ALL questions.

PARTA-(10x2=20rnarks)

1.

space.

2.

Distinguish-between space diagram and free body diagram. State Varignon's theorem of moments.

4.

system.

5.

6.

How will you locate the pnncipal axes of inertia? State the principle of work and energy.

7.

8.

Bring out the difference between dilect central impact and oblique central

impact.

9.

10.

PARTB-(5x16=80marks)

11.

(a)

shown in AB' AC and AD if the crate ' r- a].a the tensron rrr '".'..' cables IJetermine iig.1. is weighing 10 kg'

a'f

$

Fig.1 Or

(b)

cables AB and AC, which-are hung^by means ur is hung bv *"11:,"1,,tL" force oi 200 N A i20 A 120 kg crate top .". Titi:3| shown in attacked to the 1"ii.'iXt"1,t'". in the position as shown rn "t,,"-;#';; "yii"a* perpendicular'lh" "'lll^i ;- .och cable. ; th"'""'io'-' in each cable

::1,:

il;: ;:t'""#

t

Fig.2

2

I;M

'

rr 4UrL' rl,ttlttLfi

12.

(a)

----r:-? 'l

c

:.'l

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Fig.3 Deterrnine (i) the floor reactions at A and E (ii) t\e pin reactions at B on AC and (iii) 61-rn pin reactions at C on CE. Neglect the weight of the members and assume the floor to be smooth

Or

(b)

A precast concrete post weighing 50&g and of length 6 m is raised for placing it in position by puiling the rope attached to it. Determine the

tension in the rope and the reaction at A. (fig.4.)

,,rl

'l

Fig.4

@t

Deterrline the product of inertia of the area shown in 1ig.5. with respect to the centroidal ::r and -},-1, axes.

,L.

e5

25qfi

-t-

Fig.5

Or

(b)

Deter-nine the principal mornents of inertia and locate the principal axes for the angle shown in fig.6.

20{f$

;

J

Fig.6

74.

(a)

shor..'n in hg. 7 is released lrorn lest at A. deiermine its speed af'rer rt slides 10 m dorvn the plane. Take the coelficieni cf friction as 0.3. Llse princrpie of rvork and energry'

If a 50 kg block

Fig.7 Or

(b)

(i)

.A.

car has weight of 15 kN and rs travelling horizontally at 20 m/s. Determine the time needed to stop the car if the coefficient of friction between the t]-res and the pavement is 0 6. Use principle of (.L2) inpulse and momentunm.

(ii)

(4)

15.

(a)

T'he forces acting on the block ate shown in hg.8. Determine whether the

block is in equilibrium and find the magnitude and direction of the friction force. Take 7i. = 0.35 and 1.t.= 0.25.

ol)

Fig.8 Or

(b)

In the iinkage ABCD shown in fig 9. the crank AB has a constant angular veiocity W*= 6 rad,/s counter clockwise Determine the angular velocities of the connecting nod BC and of the crank CD.

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I

l2@

ln'F

II

Fig. 9

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SECOND SEMESTER

GE 204

ENGINEERING MECHANICS

A11

(Common to

Branches)

PARTA-(10r2=20marks)

1.

2.

-3j -k

and

-6i+9j-3k

are parallel.

3.

j.

4.

a quadrant of a circle Express the centroidal coordinates of

5.

6.

product of inertia of a plane {igure with State the conditions at which the respect to its ceni,roidal axis is zero. W}lat is meant

bY Projectile''

7.

E.

9.

of a rigid body Define variable angular acceleration

10.

PART B

l

(5 x 16 = B0 marks)

11.

(a)

A string ABCD, attached to two fixed points A and Il has tu,o egual weights of 1000 N attached at B and C. The weights rests with the

portions AB and CD inclined at angles of 30" and 60. respectively to the vertical as shown. Find the tensions in the por-tions AB, BC and CD of the string, if the inclination ofthe portion BC vrith verticai is 120.. Or

(b)

The following frgure shows cylinders, A of weight 100 N and B of weight 50 N resting on smooth inclined planes. They are connected by a bar of negligible weight hinged to each cSrlinder at their geometric centers by smooth pins. Find the force, P, that can hold the svstem in the given position.

12. (a)

The three forces and a couple of magnitude 18 Nmis applied to an angled bracket as shown in the frgrrre. Detemine the resultant of this system of forces. Also locate the points where the line of action of the resultant intersects line AB and BC.

6)

qor",v'-

IB \A

\"

\IN-"\

2-ao ntlm

Or

ft)

in strilgs?

A unifor-m meter rod AB. assumed rigid of mass 0.5 kg is suspended from its ends in an inclined position and a mass of 1 kg is suspended from a point D, as shorvn in the figure. Determine the tension in each string. Where the suspended mass should be placed in order to get equal tension

b

<L+

(a)

Determine the rnoment of inertia of plale area shown in the followiirg figure about it s centroidal axis.

*zrqJ:ryCq

1^

I

t<)rv\

k--.

lr_. ,z4r.y1rn7

Or

(b)

Determine the products of Inertia of the angle section with respect to its centroidal a-ris.

H lo''t')

6o-"

I

F-+"--

-- * 1

Ir

L4.

(a)

(i)

(ii)

A body falling lieely under the action of gravity passes two points 10 m apart, vertically in 0.2 seconds. From what height above the (10) higher point did it start to fall? Prove that resultant acceleration of a particle having crrrvilinear

motion in cartesian coordinate system is Or

I l#l'

.l#)'

,u,

(b)

T\vo weights 80 N and 20 N are comrected by a thread ald move along a rough horizontal plane under the action of force 40 N, applied to the frrst weight of 80 N as shown. The coefficient of friction between the sliding surfaces of the weight and the plane is 0.3. Determine the velocity of the system after 2 seconds. Also calculate the tension in the string using Impulse - Momentum eq uat ion.

to

^l

15,

(a)

(i) All effort of 200 N is required just to move a certain body up an ' incllned plane of angle 15"; the force is acting parallel to the plane, If the angle of inclination cf the plane is made 20", the effort

required being again parallel to the plane is found to be 230 N.

Determine the weight of the body and coefficient of

friction.

(10) (6)

Or

(b)

constrained Lo move and vertically as shorvn in the figure. The end B moves with horizontally a velocity of 10 m/sec downwards and makes an angle of 50' with vertical. Determine the velocity of point A and mrd point C.

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Ly)1

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;i3.

MECIIANICAL ENGINEERING

ME 25

i.

ENGINEERnIG MECE{ANICS

Commoo to Aero, Civil, Auto, Marine, Eiotech, Polymer Teeh., ?exfile & Fashion)

(REGUI,AfiONS _ 2OO8)

Time : Three hours

Anewer

bf

ALt

questions.

.A-t-

(10 x 2 = 20 marks)

State Newton'e Law of, Gravitetion. The resultant of iwo forces P and 100 N is 150 N inclined. at 50' ts 100 N force. Fiod the magraitude and dineetion of F. State Varignon's t&.eord:m.

4"

A ferrce of magnitude 100 N is passed &eirn [1, 3,4] m to E [5, 3,81 m. Ca]culate its noment about an axis passing f:ron origin to C [3, 3, 3] m" What ie the radius of g3'rabion for a mass wi.tJr respect to an sxis?

o-

Flom a circular plate of d.io'',''eter 60 rnm, a clcle is cut whoee diametr is the radius of the plate; Fi-nd the centroid of the rerai-ader.

Define co-effi.cient of reetitution. State D- Alemberf s principle.

7.

R

9.

of 200 kg ia lilfted by pasaing a rope around a horizontal post and exerting a pull of 220 N. trf p = 0.25, how many turns of t&e rope around the

r:nass

18"

Stete

*,kre

srf dn"s

&ictios.

PARTB-(5

x 16 = 80 marks)

11. (a)

angle of 90" between them ie y'f a

k}l.

the f,orces is 1i0", the magnituele of their results.nt is {19 kN. Find the

magnitudes of the two forces,

Or

(b)

tlree

B [3, 0, -Bl al;d C 12,-2,4]. lLe maguitude sf forces are Fe = 40 N, Fn= 10 N and Fc= 30 N. Find the mag'a.itude and di;rection of their resultant.

12.

(a)

4 loads

12.-,4*)

.9

C4*.

.t

'J

Czoo.soo> (4.ar

..7

Or

(b)

Find the reaetion at the supporte A a:rd E for the beam as showu in 69.

t60c.r.to

r.

{a}

Detrmine the mcaeat sf i_uertie of the area ehew-fi irclow with respect to eeoboidal rica rEpectively parallel and peqpe,adieular to Lhe side AB

12

---T-I

I

\y-

I I

t9a

Or

(b)

14.

(a)

Two sioppiag pcints of an eleetric traln car are 450 mrn epart. T%.e rneximro"", eFeed of tbe cer ie 20 !{nolhr and it eovers the dietnee btween t"he stops in l0O eee, trf iroth aceeleration alod retardatioa are uniforur eed the leter ie tw"ice as greal as forner. Finrl the vslue of each of them and s]6o how filr the e&r x'l-xrm at mgxinru6 spagdi,

{}r

=tffi

It

ibi

A 4i).$

xaaee is dregged along the eulrfaee slf the table by meass of e covd p.aseee cver e ffietiordeee padley at the ed'ge af &he fsble se* ia wt:dcl'r. aitsc!:*d to .s 1? b,r= maes. lf the eoefficient of friction betweexl 40 l"i' ruaas

aud the table is 0"15, determine the acceleration of the eystem and tfue tension in the cord.

15" (a)

Tbo weighte each of 100 N are suspended from a conpouncl pulley as chown in fie. Find (i) snCular acceleration of the pulley (ii) linear acceleration of tJre bloeke A and B (iii) Tension in t'he string' Toke weigbt of the pulley as 30O N and its radius of grration O'25rn'

tooN

Or

(b)

A foree of 3O0 N is required just to move a block tap a plaae inclined at 20" to the horizontal, the force beirng applied porallel to t&,e plene. If the inelination of, tho plane ie increaaed to 25", t&e force required just to roove the bloek up ie 340 td, the foree actbeg paraltrel to the ptrane" Eetemine the weigbt of the bloc'k and the eoefFcient of &iction'

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QN

;!

SECOND SEMESTER

ME 25

ENGINEERING MECHANICS

A-11

(Common to

PARTA

State the Lami's theorem.

0O

x2 -,20 marks)

A force F':

5.25i + 72.75j - 18i acts through the origin. magnitude of the force and i he angles il makps withx aisl ,

,/

Find the moment of the force 15 N acting along the positive direction of X about t he poi nt A (2.3 ). ,

a_.'ris

,&

Name at least any four types of support in two dimension truss. Express product of inertia of a rectangle about its sides.

8.

The motion of a particle is defined by the relation x = t3 -16t2 -22, x is 1n meters and f i.s in seconds. Deternine the acceleration of the particle at I = 3 seconds. lr\ ^ tn"15

4-- q

9.

10.

PARTB-(5x16=80marks)

11. (a)

(i)

A 30 kg block is

block is removed.

suspended by two springs having stilfness as shown. Determine the un-stretched length of each spring after the

(8)

kz=1500N/tn

[,r

1200N/m

:t^

-\ 4.. 1

".\ d

a\

I

\ C-' '\L

'"'\N\ o -\ ' ,

\ a.- cJ"

0.\"

rI

/t

a

fv\

f_^ va

sr'\4 - ')

it

2?o "

i-liN

.3

4

I {

Gr. Fl*

(ii)

') -Kt N

(8)

.l\

{300N

Or

.,, i.+*

..;

(lo"i+ol

( 1'

l-/ r.<lw -v t

ru

\ tl."'

(b)

(i)

B

c (3.6,

1.8, 1.2)

A (0, .0.9, 1.2) to point (3.6, 0, 2.4). Determine the moment of this force about point

,... i-

4J"6'r

r- lq

. r

l

')

r ) ./,. 4.\'/1t\

(n)

t-H- m x dI) mm is mounted on three legs as shown. There are f@ ld..lq adid as shown. Determine the reacticn at the s[pprtsA

n r\r

-s33rN I

20N

(200,500) (400,s00

tt

50N

K'r

$(5

- rt"s( sn(7

t

33-3il J

1.2.

(a)

A 200 kN vertical lorce is applied to the end ol lever which is attached to a shaft at B as shown in the figure. Determine

(r)

(ii)

r*.{i'Jnent about B

The smallest force applied at A which creates the sarne moment about B

the same moment about B

(iil) How far from the end B, a 400 kN verLical force must act to create

(iv)

Replace the given system of force

it

B.

:z{Xlk}t

c

Or

(b)

i;Tiffi:;nfii:Tr:ff#,jirection

of singie force

p as shown, which

13. (a)

?f;ffir#:::rnoment

t+-1.3m--+r

'{

; o "i{{ '"r

t. l

-T -- ? r.(r.I

0.Jm

x

Or

(b)

'

'.r

A. I

(i)

(ii)

Prove that the mass moment of inertia of a cube of mass m about a , 1s -_-, mn2 centroida.l axjs parallel to a sloe , where a is the length of the side. (8) Deternine the pnncioal moments of inertia of the following ur LIre roltov section about point A. rgl

14.

(a)

T$or,eeoima-.s60kgandg0kgdiveofffromtheendofaboatofmass their relatrve oelotity with respect to tbe boat is I m/sec' -jOO LE; * tha'r the following ll the boai is initially at rest determine its frnal velocity for

conditions:

If two men dive simultaneouslY man The 60 kg man dives first followed by 90 kg

kg man The 90 kg man dives frrst followed by 60

Or motion at the rate of 1''2 nr'/s2 Car Car A is accelerating in the direction of kmph at 150 m radius' B is rounding u .o-t J a constant speed of 54 that car B appears to have to an Determine tllc-rr*f*tyaltd acceleration of ?2 kmph for the positions e ttaiffieed i., iE-"

;;";;;

rePresented.

"u.

\i -

-\

Y':(f nl'

I i-

{t :- 1.9^flL

F=8) 4*'

15.

(a)

the figure The cralk OA A reciprocating engine rnechanism is shown in is rfo -L and rotating at 600 rpm The connecting rod AB ; ;il;h

?00 mm long. Determine

VelocitY of Piston B

at a distance of 200 mm Velocity of point C on the connecting rod from A when 0 ]s 45" '

. /" oJ lJ

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':'

i4ll

o c

4 +L

(b) (i)

A unjformiod shown in the figure is acted upon by J0 N force which always acts perpendicular to the bar. Il itre bar has an initial clockwise angular velocity ,ro 10 rad-/sec when = d = 0., detu;; the angular velocity at the instant A 90". = (S)

<lL\

30N

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ri &1\

t

v-a1

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(ii) ln the following figure, the blocks A and B have masses 45 kg and

kg respectively. The drum has a moment of inertra of 16 kg_m2 about its axis of rotation. Radius ofinner pulley is 300 mm whereas for outer pulley is 900 mm. Deter-mine the disiance through which the blocks A falls, before it reaches a speed of2 m,/s. (S)

6O

l6kgm

00mm

45Kg

tl

vl)

kt.,,

e-

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rviren

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135o

t<r

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2.

.3.

4.

Deternune t-he rnomerr'" of inertia ol a lectangulnr latrinar of base "b" and heighi "h" aborit its b:rse.

Deiine angle ol iriction.

D.

ir.

'lhe ratio betrveen tensions on ti:e iigbt enti aird ioose rud r:f a puik:-v

is

7.

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A particie moves from rest alcng a straight line defined by the relationship x = t3 - 6t2 - l5l ,ry5gi-g ":r" is the distance traveled and "f is iirne in second.

Find the velocity and acceleration at the end

of

10 seconds.

velocity when the body reaches the ground.

10.

PARTB-(5xre=B0marks)

11.

(a)

(t

Determine the tensions in the cable AC and

AB.

(6)

t.

(ii)

The remaining cables ride over frictionless pulleys E and

F.

(10)

Or

(b)

Frnd -.re reecdons at A and B lor the sirnply supported beam carrying :xg djlfernt uni{ormly varying loads and a point ioad as shown in figure

2OKN

12(Nf

rr

0tdN I m

removed as shown

in

semicircular and iriangular areas irgure. l'ocate the centroid and determine the

momentofinertiaaboutthehorizontalaxispassingthroughthe

centroid.(all dimensions are in cm)

Or

(bi

thir

are in cmi

thc

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as

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r

t

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the faces and are connected by a string passing over the pulley on the top ofplanes as shown in figure. If g=[.g find the acceleration.

I

I

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I

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a stop.

plane at a speed of 60 kmlhr. When the frrakes are applied causing a eonstant total

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