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GATE2020 CE-2-30
Joints $I,J,K,L,Q$ and $M$ of the frame shown in the figure (not drawn to the scale) are pins. Continuous members $IQ$ and $LJ$ are connected through a pin at $N$. Continuous members $JM$ and $KQ$ are connected through a pin at $P$. The frame has hinge ... positive $X$ direction. The magnitude of the horizontal component of reaction $\text{(in kN)}$ at $S,$ is $5$ $10$ $15$ $20$
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GATE2017 CE-2-14
Consider the following frame in the figure: If the axial and shear deformations in different members of the frame are assumed to be negligible, the reduction in the degree of kinematical indeterminacy would be equal to $5$ $6$ $7$ $8$
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GATE2017 CE-2-42
Consider the portal frame shown in the figure and assume the modulus of elasticity, $E=2.5 \times 10^4$ MPa and the moment of inertia, $I= 8 \times 10^8 \: mm^4$ for all the members of the frame. The rotation (in degrees, up to one decimal place) at the rigid joint Q would be ____________
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GATE2019 CE-1: 32
The rigid-jointed plane frame QRS shown in the figure is subjected to a load $P$ at the joint $R$. Let the axial deformations in the frame be neglected. If the support $S$ undergoes a settlement of $\Delta = \frac{PL^3}{\beta EI}$, the vertical reaction at the support $S$ will become zero when $\beta$ is equal to $0.1$ $3.0$ $7.5$ $48.0$
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GATE2019 CE-1: 39
A portal frame shown in figure (not drawn to scale) has a hinge support at joint P and a roller support at joint R. A point load of $50 \: kN$ is acting at joint in R in the horizontal direction. The flexural rigidity. EI, of each number is $10^6 \: kNm^2$. Under the applied load, the horizontal displacement (in mm, round off to $1$ decimal place) of joint R would be _________
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GATE2019 CE-2: 20
The degree of static indeterminacy of the plane frame as shown in the figure is ________
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GATE2019 CE-2: 37
A plane frame shown in the figure (not to scale) has linear elastic springs at node H. The spring constants are $k_x = k_y = 5 \times 10^5 kN/m$ and $k_{\theta} =3 \times 10^5 \: kNm/rad$. For the externally applied moment of $30 \: kNm$ at node F, the rotation (in degrees, round off to $3$ decimals) observed in the rotational spring at node H is ______
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GATE2016-2-33
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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GATE2014-2-33
Considering the symmetric of a rigid frame as shown below, the magnitude of the bending moment (in kNm) at P (preferably using the moment distribution method) is $170$ $172$ $176$ $178$
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GATE2014-1-11
The degree of static indeterminacy of a rigid joined frame $\text{PQR}$ supported as shown in the figure is zero one two unstable
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GATE Civil 2013 | Question: 31
All members in the rigid-jointed frame shown are prismatic and have the same flexural stiffness $EI$. Find the magnitude of the bending moment at $Q$ (in kNm) due to given loading ________
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GATE Civil 2012 | Question: 34
A symmetric frame $PQR$ consists of two inclined members $PQ$ and $QR$, connected at $‘Q’$ with a rigid joint, and hinged at $‘P’$ and $‘R’$. The horizontal length $PR$ is $l$. If a weight $W$ is suspended at $‘Q’$, the bending moment at $‘Q’$ is $\dfrac{Wl}{2} \\$ $\dfrac{Wl}{4} \\$ $\dfrac{Wl}{8} \\$ zero
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