# Civil Engineering - Strength of Materials

Exercise : Strength of Materials - Section 1

- Strength of Materials - Section 1
- Strength of Materials - Section 2
- Strength of Materials - Section 3
- Strength of Materials - Section 4
- Strength of Materials - Section 5

31.

If a shaft is rotating

*N*revolutions per minute with an applied torque*T*kg-m, the horse power being transmitted by the shaft, is32.

If the width of a simply supported beam carrying an isolated load at its centre is doubled, the deflection of the beam at the centre is changed by

33.

For a simply supported beam of length

*L*, the bending moment*M*is described as*M*=*a*(*x*-*x*^{3}/*L*^{2}), 0 ≤*x*<*L*; where*a*is a constant. The shear force will be zero at34.

The deflection of any rectangular beam simply supported, is

35.

If a rectangular beam measuring 10 x 18 x 400 cm carries a unformly distributed load such that the bending stress developed is 100 kg/cm

^{2}. The intensity of the load per metre length, isQuick links

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