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INHINYERO REVIEW CENTER PAMPANGA

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FIRST PRE BOARD EXAMINATION IN STRUCTURAL ENGINEERING AND CONSTRUCTION

Instruction: Encircle the letter of the correct answer. NO ERASURES.

1. Three forces 20kips, 30kips and 40kips are before it breaks. If AB always remains
in equilibrium. Determine the angle horizontal, determine the smallest angle θ
between the 30kips and 40kips. to which the crate can be hoisted.
a. 15.11°
b. 104.48°
c. 46.57°
d. 28.96°
e. Cannot be determined
2. If each wire can sustain a maximum tension
force of 120 lb, determine the greatest
weight of the chandelier the wires will
support in the position show. r = 1ft. and h
= 2.4ft

a. 11.31°
b. 11.54°
c. 20.12°
d. 18.54°
e. None of the above

Situation 1: The beam is subjected to two


concentrated loads as shown in the figure. Assuming
the foundation exerts a linearly varying load
distribution on its bottom. P = 500lb. and L = 12ft.

a. 267.42lb
b. 378.2lb
c. 84.9lb
d. 169.7lb
e. None of the above
3. The crate of weight 500lb is hoisted using 4. Determine w1.
the ropes AB and AC. Each rope can a. 83.3lb/ft
withstand a maximum tension of 2500lb b. 120lb/ft
c. 167lb/ft
d. 143.7lb/ft
e. None of the above
5. Determine w2.
a. 83.3lb/ft
b. 120lb/ft
c. 167lb/ft
d. 143.7lb/ft
e. None of the above 9. Maximum shear
a. 180lb
Situation 2: The Howe Truss is subjected to the b. 220lb
loading shown. Assume all members are pin c. 240lb
connected. The support at E is a roller. d. 250lb
e. None of the above
10. Maximum negative moment
a. 240lb-ft
b. 252lb-ft
c. 260lb-ft
d. 230lb-ft
e. None of the above
11. Maximum positive moment
a. 133.79lb-ft
b. 120.42lb-ft
c. 144.11lb-ft
6. Determine the force in member GF.
d. 151.33lb-ft
a. 10kN (Compression)
e. None of the above
b. 10kN (Tension)
c. 12.5kN (Compression) Situation 4: A cantilever of length L is loaded by a
d. 12.5kN (Tension) concentrated load, P at its free end as shown in the
e. None of the above figure. Determine the following:
7. Determine the force in member CD.
a. 6.67kN (Compression)
b. 6.67kN (Tension) P
c. 8.5kN (Compression)
d. 8.5kN (Tension) 2I
I
e. None of the above
8. Determine the force in member GC.
A B C
a. 5.25kN (Tension)
b. 5.25kN (Compression) L/2 L/2

c. 6.67kN (Compression)
d. 0
e. None of the above
12. Deflection at B
Situation 3: A beam is loaded as shown in the figure.
a. 5PL3/48EI
Determine the following:
b. 5PL3/96EI
c. 5PL3/192EI
d. 5PL3/144EI F = 500N
e. None of the above θ1= 45°
13. Rotation at B θ2= 30°
a. 3PL2/32EI
b. 3PL2/16EI
c. 3PL2/8EI
d. 3PL2/24EI
e. None of the above

Situation 1: From the figure below:

Given
F1 = 300lb
F2 = 200lb
θ1= 40°
θ2= 100° a. 259, 366
b. 366, 259
c. 412, 285
d. 285, 412
e. None of the above

Situation 2: The flowerpot of mass 20 kg is


suspended from three wires and supported by the
hooks at B and C. l1 = 3.5m, l2 = 2m, l3 = 4m, l4=0.5m.
Determine the following:

Determine the following:


14. Resultant force
a. 500lb
b. 412lb
c. 360.56lb
d. 265lb
e. None of the above
15. Direction of the resultant measured
counterclockwise from the x-axis.
a. 61.8°
17. Tension in cable AB in N.
b. 39.1°
a. 156.96
c. 57.3°
b. 169.11
d. 40.5°
c. 117.72
e. None of the above
d. 140.13
16. From the figure below, determine the
e. None of the above
magnitudes of F1 and F2 respectively, in
18. Tension in cable AC in N.
Newtons so that the particle is in
a. 156.96
equilibrium.
b. 169.11
c. 117.72 and the bridge is subjected to the single
d. 140.13 load of 50kN.
e. None of the above

Situation 3: From the figure shown, joints A, B and C


are pin connected.

a. 46.9kN
b. 28.1kN
c. 18.75kN
d. 3.125kN
e. None of the above
Determine the following:
Situation 4: The tied three-hinged arch is subjected
19. Horizontal component of the reaction at A. to the loading shown. A is pinned and C is roller.
a. 3kN
b. 9.40kN
c. 14.7kN
d. 9.87kN
e. None of the above
20. Vertical component of the reaction at A.
a. 3kN
b. 9.40kN
c. 14.7kN
d. 9.87kN
e. None of the above
21. Horizontal component of the reaction at C. Determine the following:
a. 3kN
b. 9.40kN 24. Vertical component of the reaction at A.
c. 14.7kN a. 9.55kN
d. 9.87kN b. 15.5kN
e. None of the above c. 10.12kN
22. Vertical component of the reaction at B. d. 4.32kN
a. 3kN e. None of the above
b. 9.40kN 25. Reaction at C.
c. 14.7kN a. 9.55kN
d. 9.87kN b. 15.5kN
e. None of the above c. 10.12kN
23. The suspension bridge in the figure is d. 4.32kN
constructed using two stiffening trusses e. None of the above
that are pin connected at their ends C and 26. Tension in the cable.
supported by a pin at A and a rocker at B. a. 9.55kN
Determine the maximum tension in the b. 15.5kN
cable IH. The cable has a parabolic shape c. 10.12kN
d. 4.32kN b. 133.92GPa
e. None of the above c. 138.10GPa
d. 144.41GPa
Situation 5: A beam is loaded as shown in the figure. e. None of the above
32. Determine the angle of twist when a 50mm
circular shaft is subjected to a concentrated
torque of 120N-m. The shaft is 1.2m long
and has a shear modulus of 83GPa.
a. 5.66x10-3 degrees
b. 2.83x10-3 degrees
c. 0.16 degrees
Determine the following: d. 0.32degrees
e. None of the above
27. Vertical reaction at B.
a. 50kN Situation 6. A prismatic beam of length 8m is fixed at
b. 40kN the left end and simply supported at the right end.
c. 60kN The beam carries a uniformly distributed load of
d. 100kN 400kN/m throughout its length.
e. None of the above
28. Vertical reaction at A 33. Determine the deflection at the right end
a. 50kN due to uniform load when the simple
b. 40kN support is removed.
c. 60kN a. 204,800/EI
d. 100kN b. 312,400/EI
e. None of the above c. 328,200/EI
29. Moment at A d. 244,600/EI
a. 40kN-m e. None of the above
b. 50kN-m 34. Determine the deflection at the right end
c. 60kN-m due to a unit load acting at the right end,
d. 80kN-m with the simple support removed.
e. None of the above a. 180/EI
30. An iron column of annular cross section has b. 512/3EI
an outer diameter of 220mm and is c. 640/3EI
subjected to a concentric force of 80kN. d. 184/EI
Determine the thickness of the wall if the e. None of the above
alowable compressive stress is 12MPa. 35. Determine the reaction at the simple
a. 18.14mm support.
b. 20.22mm a. 1464.375kN
c. 23.12mm b. 1783.70kN
d. 16.40mm c. 1200kN
e. None of the above d. 1358.90kN
31. Determine the modulus of Elasticity of a e. None of the above
material 25mm in diameter and a length of
Situation 7. A force has a magnitude of 2000kN and
500mm which elongates by 2.40mm when
passes through the origin and the point (2, 3, 4).
subjected to a force of 330kN.
a. 140.06GPa
36. Determine the x-component of the force in 41. Determine the reaction at the left support
kN. in kN
a. 612.84kN a. 45
b. 742.78kN b. 35
c. 814.12kN c. 25
d. 822.14kN d. 50
e. None of the above e. None of the above
37. Determine the y-component of the force in
kN. Situation 9. A truss is loaded as shown in the figure.
a. 1221.33kN AE = 26.,000,000N
b. 1122.45kN
c. 1114.17kN
d. 1044.37kN
e. None of the above
38. Determine the z-component of the force in
kN.
a. 1244.31kN
b. 1279.48kN
c. 1338.92kN
d. 1485.56kN
e. None of the above
42. Determine the axial force in member BC
Situation 8. A beam is loaded as shown in the figure. due to the given loads.
a. 400N
b. 500N
c. 900N
d. 300N
e. None of the above
43. Determine the axial force on member BC
due to a vertical unit load acting at C.
a. 0.75
b. 1
c. 1.25
39. Determine the resultant load. d. 1.5
a. 30kN e. None of the above
b. 45kN 44. Determine the vertical deflection at point C.
c. 50kN a. 6.75mm
d. 65kN b. 3.38mm
e. None of the above c. 4.5mm
40. Determine the location of the resultant load d. 4.33mm
from the left support. e. None of the above
a. 3.75m
b. 4.20m Situation 10. A solid steel shaft 60mm in diameter
c. 4.5m and 6.5 m long is subjected to concentrated torques
d. 3.5m as shown in the figure. The shaft is attached to a
e. None of the above rigid support. Modulus of rigidity of steel is 83GPa.
will prevent the truck from sliding while it is
at rest.
a. 0.06
b. 0.08
c. 0.10
d. 0.12
e. None of the above
50. Determine the normal reaction at the front
45. Determine the reaction at the rigid support.
wheels of the truck in kN.
a. 1000N-m
a. 8.01kN
b. 1200N-m
b. 8.32kN
c. 800N-m
c. 8.77kN
d. 1400N-m
d. 8.92kN
e. None of the above
e. None of the above
46. Determine the maximum shearing stress in
the shaft in Mpa. Situation 12. A cylindrical drum with a radius of 2m is
a. 23.58MPa held by a rigid bar AB hinged at A and a flexible wire
b. 24.12MPa cable BC as shown in the figure below. The drum
c. 25.33MPa weighs 1500N. Neglect friction in all contact
d. 26.14MPa surfaces.
e. None of the above
47. Determine the total angle of twist at the
free end in degrees.
a. 3.33°
b. 2.22°
c. 2.48°
d. 2.77°
e. None of the above

Situation 11. A dump truck starting from rest move


up an 8% grade at a uniform acceleration attaining a
velocity of 60kph 75m from the starting point. The
truck weighs 1800kg with its center of gravity 0.50m
from the ground and midway between the front and
rear wheels. The front and the rear wheels of the
truck are separated by a distance of 3m.

48. Determine the acceleration of the truck in 51. Determine the normal reaction at D.
m/s2. a. 2500N
a. 1.812 b. 2667N
b. 1.789 c. 3000N
c. 1.903 d. 3200N
d. 1.852 e. None of the above
e. None of the above. 52. Determine the vertical reaction at A.
49. Determine the minimum coefficient of a. 146.76N
friction between the tires and the road that b. 155.33N
c. 166.99N
d. 173.46N
e. None of the above
53. Determine the tension in the cable BC.
a. 2135N
b. 2300N
c. 2440N
d. 2255N
e. None of the above

Situation 13. Three cylinders having identical


dimensions and weighing 500N are shown in the
figure. Assume all contact surfaces are smooth. 57. Determine the angle theta between the
cables AC and AD.
a. 30°
b. 45°
c. 60°
d. 75°
e. None of the above
58. Determine the tension in the cable AC.
a. 33.82kN
b. 29.73kN
c. 25.36kN
d. 27.54kN
54. Determine the reaction at A
e. None of the above
a. 288.68N
59. Determine the reaction at B.
b. 267.39N
a. 63.12kN
c. 255.97N
b. 54.77kN
d. 248.22N
c. 45.68kN
e. None of the above
d. 57.43kN
55. Determine the reaction at B
e. None of the above
a. 375N
b. 475N Situation 15. A block initially at rest, slides down an
c. 500N inclined plane at an angle of 30° with the horizontal.
d. 470N The block is placed at a vertical distance of 6m above
e. None of the above the bottom of the inclined plane. The coefficient of
56. Determine the reaction at C kinetic friction between the block and the plane is
a. 144.34N 0.25.
b. 159.13N
60. Determine the acceleration of the block.
c. 133.27N a. 2.14m/s2
d. 169.11N b. 2.36m/s2
e. None of the above c. 2.78m/s2
d. 3.03m/s2
Situation 14. A load of W = 30kN is lifted by the e. None of the above
boom BCD which makes an angle of 60° with the 61. Velocity of the block after it has travelled
vertical as shown in the figure. The pulley is 3m.
frictionless. Neglect the weight of the boom. a. 4.08m/s
b. 3.87m/s
c. 3.78m/s
d. 3.53m/s c. 4.88
e. None of the above d. 5.92
62. Time it takes for the block to hit the bottom e. None of the above.
of the inclined plane. 67. Determine the angle that the resultant
a. 2.75s force makes with the horizontal.
b. 2.43s a. 43.67°
c. 2.94s b. 52.35°
d. 2.52s c. 39.64°
e. None of the above d. 57.19°
e. None of the above
Situation 16. A projectile with a velocity of 10m/s is 68. Determine the minimum weight of the
fired at a certain angle such that it can reach the block with a factor of safety of 1.25
farthest distance point on the ground. a. 5.15kN
b. 4.45kN
63. Maximum height reached by the projectile. c. 5.30kN
a. 2.55m d. 5.25kN
b. 2.43m e. None of the above
c. 2.30m
d. 2.21m Situation 18. A load W is to be lifted using the crane
e. None of the above which is hinged at B as shown in the figure. The
64. Time for the projectile to reach the ground value of x1 is 10m, x2 is 8m and h is 18m. Neglecting
surface. the weight of the crane. Determine the following.
a. 1.79s
b. 1.44s
c. 1.36s
d. 1.59s
e. None of the above
65. Distance travelled by the projectile until it
had reached the ground surface.
a. 13.15m
b. 12.38m
c. 10.22m
d. 11.70m
e. Cannot be determined

Situation 17. A block of weight W is loaded as shown


69. Force at cable AC.
in the figure.
a. 18.15kN
b. 22.65kN
c. 26.05kN
d. 33.45kN
e. None of the above
70. Resultant reaction at B.
a. 39.4kN
b. 44.78kN
c. 26.38kN
d. 50.18kN
e. None of the above
71. Largest load that can be lifted if the
66. Determine the resultant force in the anchor maximum force of cable AC is 50kN.
ring. a. 44.15kN
a. 6.18 b. 38.90kN
b. 5.16 c. 60.20kN
d. 52.17kN 77. If the stress is limited to 5MPa, determine
e. None of the above. the maximum height of water up to which
the tank may be filled.
Situation 19. From the figure shown below, a a. 4.08m
uniform load of 112kN/m is acting downward and b. 3.66m
supported by an upward uniform pressure of q = c. 4.35m
48kN/m. Determine the following: d. 3.83m
e. Cannot be determined

Situation 21. A square hollow steel strut with a wall


thickness of 10mm is pin connected to two gusset
plates each having a thickness of 12mm. The gusset
plates are then welded to a 12mm thick base plate
which is fastened to a concrete base by 4-16mm
diameter anchor bolts. The pin diameter is 16mm.
72. Maximum shear The strut carries an axial compressive load of 48kN
a. 60kN at angle of 30° with the horizontal. Determine the
b. 72kN following:
c. 48kN
d. 58kN
e. None of the above
73. Maximum moment
a. 38kN-m
b. 24kN-m
c. 30kN-m
d. 42kN-m
e. None of the above
74. Distance from the left where the flexural
stress is zero.
a. 2m
b. 3.5m
c. 2.5m
78. Bearing stress between the strut and the
d. 3.0m
pin.
e. None of the above
a. 150MPa
b. 212MPa
Situation 20. A vertical cylindrical steel tank 3m in
c. 175MPa
diameter and 6m high has a wall thickness of 12mm.
d. 230MPa
e. Cannot be determined
75. If the tank is filled with water, determine
79. Shearing stress in the pin
the circumferential stress.
a. 119.37MPa
a. 3.68MPa
b. 140.92MPa
b. 4.24MPa
c. 133.15MPa
c. 7.36MPa
d. 150.31MPa
d. 8.48MPa
e. Cannot be determined
e. Cannot be determined.
80. Shearing stress in the anchor bolts.
76. If the tank is filled with water, determine
a. 68.33MPa
the circumferential stress.
b. 72.19MPa
a. 7.36MPa
c. 59.95MPa
b. 4.24MPa
d. 51.69MPa
c. 8.48MPa
e. Cannot be determined
d. 3.68MPa
e. Cannot be determined
Situation 22. Six steel cables support a circular a. 37.5kN
moulding of diameter 2m. The cables are spaced b. 42.5kN
equally along the perimeter of the moulding. The c. 55kN
d. 32.5kN
moulding weighs 2.50kN/m. Determine the
e. None of the above
following: 86. Maximum negative moment at BC
a. -12kN-m
b. -15kN-m
c. -9kN-m
d. -10.33kN-m
e. None of the above

Situation 24. A rectangular beam 100mm x 200mm


carries a uniformly distributed load of 5kN/m over its
simple span of 5m. Determine the following:

87. Shear 1m from the left support.


a. 8kN
b. 7.50kN
c. 7kN
81. Tension in each cable. d. 6kN
a. 3.36kN e. None of the above
b. 2.76kN 88. Shear stress 1m from the left support at a
c. 2.44kN point 30mm from the top of the beam.
d. 4.42kN a. 0.42MPa
e. None of the above b. 0.33MPa
82. Minimum diameter of each cable if the c. 0.49MPa
allowable stress is 124MPa. d. 0.29MPa
a. 5.87mm e. Cannot be determined
b. 5.32mm 89. Maximum shear stress in the beam
c. 6.74mm a. 0.94MPa
d. 5.01mm b. 1.33MPa
e. None of the above c. 0.84MPa
83. Vertical displacement of the moulding if the d. 0.72MPa
diameter of each cable is 10mm e. None of the above
a. 0.60mm Situation 25.
b. 0.71mm 90. It is the study of motion with consideration
c. 0.59mm to its causes.
d. 0.83mm a. Kinetics
e. Cannot be determined b. Statics
c. Strength of Materials
Situation 23. The entrance of a warehouse has a roof d. Kinematics
that supports a roof load of 8kN/m. The supports B e. None of the above
and C are considered as simply supported. 91. It is study of motion without consideration
Determine the following:
to the masses of objects and to the causes
84. Vertical reaction at C. of its motions.
a. 30kN a. Kinetics
b. 25kN b. Statics
c. 22.5kN c. Strength of Materials
d. 20kN d. Kinematics
e. None of the above e. None of the above
85. Reaction at the column support.
92. it is the limit beyond which the material will 97. Determine the maximum shearing force.
no longer go back to its original shape when a. 80kN
the load is removed. b. 112kN
a. Plastic Limit c. 120kN
b. Elastic Limit d. 134kN
c. Elasto-plastic Limit e. None of the above
d. Static Limit
e. None of the above Situation 28. A beam is loaded as shown in the
figure.
Situation 26. A two span continuous beam is loaded
as shown in the figure. Determine the following:

98. Determine the maximum shear.


a. 10kN
b. 12kN
c. 20kN
93. Midspan deflection if the middle support is d. 15kN
removed. e. None of the above
a. 495/EI 99. Determine the maximum negative moment.
b. 550/EI a. 20kN-m
c. 610/EI b. 30kN-m
d. 675/EI c. 25kN-m
e. None of the above d. 40kN-m
94. Midspan deflection due to a vertical unit e. None of the above
load at midspan if the middle support is 100. Determine the maximum positive moment.
removed. a. 30kN-m
a. 24/EI b. 35kN-m
b. 36/EI c. 40kN-m
c. 42/EI d. 50kN-m
d. 50/EI e. None of the above
e. None of the above
95. Reaction at the middle suport.
a. 11kN
b. 25.42kN
c. 28.125kN
d. 13.75kN
e. None of the above

Situation 27. A truck with axle loads of 40kN and


60kN on a wheel base of 5m rolls across a 10-m
span.

96. Determine the maximum bending moment


a. 80kN-m
b. 120kN-m
c. 144kN-m
d. 160kN-m
e. None of the above