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# USN I4CSE21

## Second Semester M.Tech. Degree Examination, 2016

Design of Plates and Shells
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a. Discuss the classification of plates and assumptions made in the analysis of thin plates with
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b. For thin rectangular plate in pure bending, establish the relationship between the BM acting
on the edges parallel to x and y axes and curvature. Also obtain the rolationship between the
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BM and curvature and twisting moment and twist of the surface on a plane parallel to z-axis
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b. Discuss the boundary conditions for : i) simply supported edge ii) free edge. (06 Marks)

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o0) expression for maximum deflection in a S.S rectangular plate under udl over the entire
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Eb b. For a square plate of side 2.5 m,under udl of l0 kN/m', find the maximum deflection taking
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Ecd Adopt Navies solution also obtain the maximum. I)eflection by Levy's solution, taking only
bs the first term of the series. (08 Nlarks)
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a. Give the classification of shells with examples. (06 Marks)
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membrane theory. (I4 Marks)
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b. Beam theory for cylindrical shells
c. Three-edge shear equation for folded plates
d. Long and short cylindrical shells. (20 Marks)
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## Second Semester M.Tech. Degree Examination, Jup"iiu\$ 2015

Statistical Methods
Time: 3 hrs. Max. Marks:100
Notez l. Answer any FIVE full questions. . .."
2. Stotisticol lables are permitted. .- ' \.-;
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Find, mean, median, mode of the percentage of marks and also draw {i&Q[rarn, frequency
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polygon for the percentage of marks. (t0 Marks)
(, b. Calculate the mean, the standard deviation and the coefficient of v#iation from the data
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a. i) Bio statistical problem is given to three students, A, B and C whose chances of solving it
6s are ll3,ll1 and ffitespectively. Find out the probability that problem would be solved.
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ii) of the three men, the chances that a politician, a Businessman and an academician will be
']. appointed..as a vice chancellor of a university are 0.5, 0.3 and 0.2 respectively. Probability
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bt- .r ,'Characteristics of gene ['ry assuming suitable equation. (10 Marks)
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b. The mean weight of 500 students, at a certain college is 50Kgs and the standard deviation is
6Kgs. Assuming that the weights are normally distributed. Find the number of students
zc weighting i) between 40and 50Kgs ii) More than 60Kgs, given that A(1.6667):0.4525.
P (07 Marks)
c. , In certain town the duration of a shower is exponentially distributed with mea.! 5 minutes,
What is the probability that a shower will last for i) l0 minutes or more ii) Less than l0
minutes? (06 Marks)
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a. Derive mean and standard deviation of the binomiat distribution. (06 Mart<s)
b. Suppose the life time of certain kind of an emergency back up battery is a random variable
-"X having Weibull distribution with o:0.1"nd"p:0.5 find i) The mean lifb time of
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batteries ii) The probability that such a battery will last for more than 300 hours. (07 Marks)
c. A random variant x has the following density function i,..^l
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Evaluate k and i) P(l < x <2) ii) P(x < 2) iii) P(x (07 Marks)

a. Erplain point estimation, Interval estimation, sample size clererrniriatirin arrd tr:sririr: r.ii
hypothesis. . (ltl Marks)
b. The percentage o1' water content in two varieties of water melons was lreasured and ttre
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Variety Average r,vater content Number of water melons (n) Standard deviirtion
A 92% 12, t5%
B 84% I5.' t9%

Find out whether there is significant difference in'water content of two varieties. (10 Marks)

7 a. Five dice were thrown 96 times and the numbers 1, 2 or 3 appearing on the face of the dice
. follows the frequency distribution as'below *
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Number of dipe showing 1,2 or 3 5 4 J 2 I 0
Frequency 7 19 35 24 8 3

Test the hypothesis that the data follows a binomial distribution 1x2 0.05 : 11.07 for 5 d.f)
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b. l'hree sample of barley were sown in 7 plots each and the follou,ing y,ield in cluintal:;;:cr
acre were obtained. Analyse the data and flnd out whether there is significanl diilbrence
betrveen.themean yielcl of the three samples BI
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## 8a. Explain single and double blind expeliments. (10 Marks)

b. Explain statistical measure related to cigarette smoking and lung cancer. (10 Marks)
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## Second Semester M.Tech. Degree Examin 2016

Finite Element Method of
Time: 3 hrs. Max. Marks:100
Note: l" Answer {rny FIVE full questions.
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c. Differentiate finite element from finite difference method (04 tv{arks)
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b' Mention the basic steps involved in finite element method. (05 Marks)
'* -,, c. Obtain an expression fbr deflection at free end for a Cantilever beam of span mt. 'l'
-q€ subjected to a point load at free end, using Rayleigh-Ritz method. Choose polynomiai as a
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trialfunction. (i0 Marks)
3 a. Define LST and CST elements in Finite Element Library of elements, which element yields
better accurate results. (05 Marks)
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5a. Mention the compatibiiity and ccnvergence requirements in finite element analysis.
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b. Prove that I N, = I with usual ncrtations. (04 Marks)

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lrv ei(le m(ent;S.. Explain any o)n()ne
brieflly. ( 05 Marlks
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b. Mentiorn the properti<:s of shape functions. ( 03 Marlks
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lam elemer en rt in
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b. Obtain Jacobian for the following elemetrts shown in
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a. Pre and pcst processing.
b. History of FEM"
c. Energy principles.
d" Rigid, infinite and boundary elements. (20 Marks)

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## Second Semester M.Tech. flegree Exarnination, June/July 2O16

Design Goneepts of Substructures
Tirne: 3 hrs. Max. Marks:100
Note: Answer any FIVE full questions.
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a. Discuss about the general requketnent of fbundation. (10 h{arks)
Sr b. What are the criteria to be adopted for selectiirg the type of foundation? (10 Marks)

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b. Discuss about the modes of failure in soil for shallow foundation. (10 Marks)
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0):3 safe bearing capacity of l50kN lm2,layout the footing such that the toll pressure under it wiil
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3 q.) b. In a 16 pile group the pile diameter is 45cm and c/s spacing of the pile group is 1.5m. it
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d. 8. group, neglect and bearing at the tip of the pile. All piles are 10m long, Take a:0.7.
tro. (12 N{arks)
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b. With the help of neat sketches.
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Elesign of I[aE!
Time: 3 hrs. M ax. h,{ arks: 1 00
Note: l. Answer {rtqs FlltU fta{l qwestions.
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b. What is wind tunnel experimentation'reethoC? Explain structural properties require<i for
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wind Tunnel data analysis. (trfl trtrarks)
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-@ a. A 4 storeyed OMRF building with pian dirnension l2mx12m with column spacing of 4rn in
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d\f, both direction Storey height:3rn, Deaci loadlunit area on floor:4kNim2, weight of
parlition on t"loor : 2kN/rn, Live ioai : 3kl{/m2 on floor level and tr.5 kNrrn2 on Roof levei.
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-'r ratio : 7%, Detennine the base shear @ each storey and
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;:r b. Explain dynamic method for calculation of iateral forces due to earthquake and rvhat the
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C)U conditions as per IS 1893 -- 20*2 for the clynar:nic analysis inethod t'o perform. (SS \${arks}

o0i a. Explain briefly working stress design and limit state rnethod. (06 S{anksi
b. A multi storeyed iramed building has the foiior,ving data:
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a. Explain the assumption made during mod-eling of tall structures. (10 Marks)
.J b. Explain approxirnate modeling and accurate modeling of tall structures. (10 Marks)
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a. Explain: i) P - delta effect ii)out - of- plurnb effect. (10 Marksjr
; b. Explain creep and shrinkage eflbcts in tall building. (tr0 Marks)
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c. Static method for calculation ollate;:al forces due to wind d. In - frtrled frames. (28 Manks)

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