# Civil Engineering - Strength of Materials

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### Exercise :: Strength of Materials - Section 1

1.

A rectangular bar of width b and height h is being used as a cantilever. The loading is in a plane parallel to the side b. The section modulus is

 A. B. C. D. none of these.

Explanation:

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2.

As compared to uniaxial tension or compression, the strain energy stored in bending is only

 A. B. C. D.

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3.

The ratio of strengths of solid to hollow shafts, both having outside diameter D and hollow having inside diameter D/2, in torsion, is

 A. 1/4 B. 1/2 C. 1/16 D. 15/16 E. 3/8

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4.

The weakest section of a diamond riveting, is the section which passes through

 A. first row B. second row C. central raw D. one rivet hole of end row.

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5.

In a loaded beam, the point of con-traflexture occurs at a section where

 A. bending moment is minimum B. bending moment is zero or changes sign C. bending moment is maximum D. shearing force is maximum E. shearing force is minimum.