# Civil Engineering - Theory of Structures

Exercise : Theory of Structures - Section 2

- Theory of Structures - Section 1
- Theory of Structures - Section 2
- Theory of Structures - Section 3
- Theory of Structures - Section 4

31.

The forces in the members of simple trusses, may be analysed by

32.

A bar

*l*metre long and having its area of cross-section*A*, is subjected to a gradually applied tensile load*W*. The strain energy stored in the bar is33.

A rectangular column shown in the given figure carries a load

*P*having eccentricities*e*and_{x}*e*along_{v}*X*and*Y*axes. The stress at any point (*x, y*) is34.

A simply supported beam which carries a uniformly distributed load has two equal overhangs. To have maximum B.M. produced in the beam least possible, the ratio of the length of the overhang to the total length of the beam, is

35.

is the equation of Euler's crippling load, if

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