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GATE Civil 2021 Set 2  Question: 6
Strain hardening of structural steel means experiencing higher stress than yield stress with increased deformation strengthening steel member externally for reducing strain experienced strain occurring before plastic flow of steel material decrease in the stress experienced with increasing strain
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GATE Civil 2021 Set 2  Question: 19
A solid circular torsional member $\text{OPQ}$ is subjected to torsional moments as shown in the figure (not to scale). The yield shear strength of the constituent material is $\text{160 MPa}$. The absolute maximum shear stress in the member (in $\text{MPa}$, $\textit{round off to one decimal place}$) is __________________________
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GATE Civil 2021 Set 2  Question: 29
A frame $\text{EFG}$ is shown in the figure. All members are prismatic and have equal flexural rigidity. The member $\text{FG}$ carries a uniformly distributed load $\text{w}$ per unit length. Axial deformation of any member is neglected. Considering the joint $\text{F}$ being ... $\text{0.375 wL}$ $\text{0.453 wL}$ $\text{0.482 wL}$ $\text{0.500 wL}$
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GATE Civil 2021 Set 2  Question: 37
An elevated cylindrical water storage tank is shown in the figure. The tank has inner diameter of $\text{1.5 m}$. It is supported on a solid steel circular column of diameter $\text{75 mm}$ and total height $\text{(L)}$ of $\text{4m}$ ... $\text{(h)}$ of the water permissible (in $\text{m}$, $\textit{round off to one decimal place}$) is ________________________
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GATE Civil 2021 Set 1  Question: 4
A propped cantilever beam $\text{EF}$ is subjected to a unit moving load as shown in the figure (not to scale). The sign convention for positive shear force at the left and right sides of any section is also shown. The $\text{CORRECT}$ qualitative nature of the influence line diagram for shear force at $\text{G}$ is
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GATE Civil 2021 Set 1  Question: 20
The state of stress in a deformable body is shown in the figure. Consider transformation of the stress from the $\text{xy}$ coordinate system to the $\text{XY}$ coordinate system. The angle $\theta$, locating the $\text{X}$axis, is ... $\text{MPa}, \textit{round off to one decimal place}$) in $\text{xy}$ coordinate system is ______________________
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GATE Civil 2021 Set 1  Question: 38
Refer the truss as shown in the figure (not to scale). If load, $F=10\sqrt{3}\text{ kN}$, moment of inertia, $I=8.33\times 10^{6}\text{ mm}^4$, area of crosssection, $A=10^{4}\text{ mm}^2$, and length, $L=2\text{ m}$ ... members of the truss, the compressive stress (in $\text{kN/m}^2, \textit{in integer}$) carried by the member $\text{QR}$ is _______________
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GATE2020CE119
A planar elastic structure is subjected to uniformly distributed load, as shown in the figure (not drawn to the scale) Neglecting selfweight, the maximum bending moment generated in the structure (in $kN.m$, round off to the nearest integer), is _______.
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GATE2020CE130
A cantilever beam $\textbf{PQ}$ of uniform flexural rigidity (EI) is subjected to a concentrated moment M at $\textbf{R}$ as shown in the figure The deflection at the free end $\textbf{Q}$ is $\large\frac{ML^2}{6EI} \\$ $\large\frac{ML^2}{4EI} \\$ $\large\frac{3ML^2}{8EI} \\$ $\large\frac{3ML^2}{4EI} $
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GATE2020CE142
The flange and web plates of the doubly symmetric builtup section are connected by continuous $10\:mm$ thick fillet welds as shown in figure (not drawn to the scale). The moment of inertia of the section about its principal axis $XX$ ... welds. The maximum shear force (in $kN$ , round off to one decimal place ) that can be carried by the section, is ______.
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GATE2020 CE228
A prismatic linearly elastic bar of length $L$, crosssectional area $A$, and made up of a material with Young's modulus $E$, is subjected to axial tensile force as shown in the figures. When the bar is subjected to axial tensile forces $P_1$ and $P_2$, the strain energies stored ... the correct relationship is $U = U_1 + U_2$ $U = U_1  U_2$ $U < U_1 + U_2$ $U > U_1 + U_2$
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GATE2020 CE229
The planar structure $RST$ shown in the figure is rollersupported at $S$ and pinsupported at $R.$ Members $RS$ and $ST$ have uniform flexural rigidity $(EI)$ and $S$ is a rigid joint. Consider only bending deformation and neglect effects of selfweight and axial stiffening. When the ... $R,$ is $\dfrac{PL^3}{12EI}$ $\dfrac{PL^2}{12EI}$ $\dfrac{PL^2}{6EI}$ $\dfrac{PL}{6EI}$
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GATE2017 CE216
In a material under a state of plane strain, a $10 \times 10$ mm square centered at a point gets deformed as shown in the figure. If the shear strain $\gamma_{xy}$ at this point is expressed as $0.001k$ (in rad), the value of $k$ is $0.50$ $0.25$ $ 0.25$ $ 0.50$
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GATE2017 CE231
Two prismatic beams having the same flexural rigidity of $1000 \: kNm^2$ are shown in the figures. If the midspan deflections of these beams are denoted by $\delta_1$ and $\delta_2$ (as indicated in the figures), the correct option is $\delta_1 = \delta_2$ $\delta_1 < \delta_2$ $\delta_1 > \delta_2$ $\delta_1 >> \delta_2$
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GATE2017 CE232
Consider the prismatic beams with the clamped supports P, Q, and R as shown in the figures. Given that eh modulus of elasticity, $E$ is $2.5 \times 10^4$ MPa; and the moment of inertia, $I$ is $8 \times 10^8 \: mm^4$, the correct comparison of the magnitudes of the ... $M_P = M_Q>M_R$ $S_P < S_Q> S_R$; $M_P = M_Q=M_R$ $S_P < S_Q< S_R$; $M_P < M_Q < M_R$
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GATE2017 CE238
Two towers, A and B, standing vertically on a horizontal ground, appear in a vertical aerial photograph as shown in the figure. The length of the image of the tower A on the photograph is $1.5$ cm and the tower B is $2.0$ cm. The distance of the top tower A ( ... point $p$ of the photograph. If the height of the tower B is $80$ m, the height (in meters) of the tower A is ________
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GATE2017 CE239
A hallow circular shaft has an outer diameter of $100 $ mm and inner diameter of $50 $ mm. If the allowable shear stress is $125$ MPa, the maximum torque (in kNm) that the shaft can resist is _______
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GATE2019 CE1: 6
An element is subjected to biaxial normal tensile strains of $0.0030$ and $0.0020$. The normal strain in the plane of maximum shear strain is Zero $0.0010$ $0.0025$ $0.0050$
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GATE2019 CE1: 8
Assuming that there is no possibility of shear buckling in the web, the maximum reduction permitted by $\text{IS 8002007}$ in the (lowshear) design bending strength of a semicompact steel section due to high shear is zero $\text{25 %}$ $\text{50 %}$ governed bye the area of the flange
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GATE2019 CE1: 31
The crosssection of a builtup wooden beam as shown in the figure (not drawn to scale) is subjected to a vertical shear force of $8 \: kN$. The beam is symmetrical about the neural axis (N.A.) shown, and the moment of inertia about N.A. is $1.5 \times 10^9 \: mm^4$. ... , each of the nails at P will be subjected to the shear force of $60 \: N$ $120 \: N$ $240 \: N$ $480 \: N$
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GATE2019 CE2: 5
A closed thinwalled tube has thickness, $t$, mean enclosed area within the boundary of the centerline of tube’s thickness, $A_m$, and shear stress, $\tau$. Torsional moment of resistance, $T$, of the section would be $0.5 \tau A_m t$ $\tau A_m t$ $2 \tau A_m t$ $4 \tau A_m t$
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GATE2019 CE2: 8
For a channel section subjected to a downward vertical shear force at its centroid, which one of the following represents the correct distribution of shear stress in flange and web?
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GATE2019 CE2: 29
For a plane stress problem, the state of stress at a point P is represented by the stress element as shown in figure. By how much angle $( \theta)$ in degrees the stress element should be rotated in order to get the planes of maximum shear stress? $13.3$ $26.6$ $31.7$ $48.3$
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GATE2019 CE2: 36
A long uniformly distributed load of $10 \: kN/m$ and a concentrated load of $60 \: kN$ are moving together on the beam ABCD shown in the figure (not drawn to scale). The relative positions of the two loads are not fixed. The maximum shear force (in $kN$, round off to the nearest integer) caused at the internal hinge B due to the two loads is _________
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GATE2019 CE2: 39
When a specimen of $M25$ concrete is loaded to a stress level of $12.5 \: MPa$, a strain of $500 \times 10^{6}$ is recorded. If this load is allowed to stand for a long time, the strain increases to $1000 \times 10^{6}$. In ... with the provisions of $IS:4562000$, considering the longterm effects, the effective modulus of elasticity of the concrete (in $MPa$) is _________
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GATE2016216
Group I contains the types of fluids while group II contains the shear stress  rate of shear relationship of different types of fluids, as shown in the figure. ... $P2, Q5, R4, S1$ $P2, Q4, R5, S3$ $P2, Q1, R3, S4$
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GATE2016233
The portal frame shown in the figure is subjected to a uniformly distributed vertical load $w$ (per unit length). The bending moment in the beam at the joint ‘Q’ is zero $\dfrac{wL^2}{24}$ (hogging) $\dfrac{wL^2}{12}$ (hogging) $\dfrac{wL^2}{8}$ (sagging)
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GATE2016235
A haunched (varying depth) reinforced concrete beam is simply supported at both ends, as shown in the figure. The beam is subjected to a uniformly distributed factored load of intensity $10 \: kN/m$. The design shear force (expressed in $kN$) at the section XX of the beam is ________
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GATE2017 CE1: 7
The figure shows a twohinged parabolic arch of span $L$ subjected to a uniformly distributed load of intensity $q$ per unit length. The maximum bending moment in the arch is equal to $\dfrac{qL^2}{8} \\$ $\dfrac{qL^2}{12} \\$ zero $\dfrac{qL^2}{10}$
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GATE2017 CE1: 41
Consider the beam ABCD shown in the figure. For a moving concentrated load of $50$ kN on the beam, the magnitude of the maximum bending moment (in kNm) obtained at the support C will be equal to ________.
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GATE201527
For the plane stress situation shown in the figure, the maximum shear stress and the plane on which it acts are: $50$ MPa, on a plane $45^{\circ}$ clockwise w.r.t. $x$axis $50$ MPa, on a plane $45^{\circ}$ anticlockwise w.r.t. $x$axis $50$ MPa at all orientations Zero, at all orientations
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GATE2015240
Stress path equation for triaxial test upon application of deviatoric stress is, $q=10 \sqrt{3}+0.5p$. The respective values of cohesion, $c$ (in kPa) and angle of internal friction, $\phi$ are: $20$ and $20^{\circ}$ $20$ and $30^{\circ}$ $30$ and $30^{\circ}$ $30$ and $20^{\circ}$
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GATE201516
Consider the singly reinforced beam shown in the figure below: At crosssection $XX$, which of the following statements is TRUE at the limit state? The variation of stress is linear and that of strain is nonlinear The variation of strain is linear and that of stress is nonlinear The variation of both stress and strain is linear The variation of both stress and strain is non  linear
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GATE2014246
A suspension of sand like particles in water with particles of diameter $0.10$ mm and below is flowing into a settling tank at $0.10 \: m^3/s$. Assume $g=9.81 \: m/s^2$, specific gravity of particles $=2.65$ ... are (in $m^2$) required for this settling tank to remove particles of size $0.06$ mm and above with $100 \%$ efficiency is ___________
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GATE2014230
The values of axial stress $(\sigma)$ in $kN/m^2$, bending moment $(M)$ in kNm, and shear force $(V)$ in kN acting at point P fr the arrangement shown in the figure are respectively. $1000, 75$ and $25$ $1250, 150$ and $50$ $1500, 225$ and $75$ $1750, 300$ and $100$
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GATE2014210
The flexural tensile strength of $M25$ grade of concrete, in $N/mm^2$, as per $IS:4562000$ is _______
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GATE201427
The first moment of area about the axis of bending for a beam crosssection is moment inertia section modulus shape factor polar moment of inertia
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GATE201426
Group I contains representative stressstrain curves as shown in the figure, while Group II gives the list of materials. Match the stressstrain curves with the corresponding materials. ... $P3; \: Q  1; \: R2$ $P3; \: Q  2; \: R1$
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GATE2014134
The tension and shear force (both in kN) in each bolt of the joint, as shown below, respectively are $30.33$ and $20.00$ $30.33$ and $25.00$ $33.33$ and $20.00$ $33.33$ and $25.00$
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A rectangular beam of width $(b)$ $230$ mm and effective depth $(d)$ $450$ mm is reinforced with four bars of $12$ mm diameter. The grade of concrete is $M20$ and grade of steel is $Fe500$. Given that for $M20$ ... diameter (in mm) of $Fe500$ steel two legged stirrups to be used at spacing of $375$ mm, should be $8$ $10$ $12$ $16$
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