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AnswerstothequestionsonStrengthofMaterials.
1.Inthecrosssectionofashaftsubjectedtotorsion,thestressismaximumatwhatlocation?
C.Atthesurfaceoftheshaft
Theshearstressincreasesfromthecenter(zerostress)totheouter(maximumstress).
Application:Hollowshaftisagoodreplacementforsolidshaftsinceonlythelessstressedportion(the
center)isremoved.

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2.Thestressexperiencedbyabodyundertorsionis
A.Shearstress

2012(1)
2011(5)
December(1)

3.Thestressexperiencedbyapressurizedvesselis
C.Tensilestress
pressuretendstopull(tension)theshellofthevessel

March(2)
January(2)

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4.TheMaximumShearTheory,oneoftheknowntheoriesoffailureisalsoknownas
B.Gueststheory
5.Inthestressstraincurve,itisthepointatwhichthereisanappreciableelongationwithout
correspondingincreaseinload.

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D.Yieldpoint

2010(53)
2009(29)

6.Whatwillhappentothestressinashaftundertorsionifthediameterwasdecreasedtohalfthe
original?
C.Thestresswillbeincreasedeightfold
stress,s=16T/pi(D^3),whenyoudecreasethediametertohalfthestresswillbemultipliedbyeight
(2^3=8)

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7.Whatwillhappentothestressofabodyundercompressioniftheforceappliedtoitwasdoubled?
A.Thestresswillincreasetotwicetheoriginal
stress,s=F/A,when,forceFisdoubled,thestressisalsodoubled.

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8.Bendingisactuallyacombinationoftwotypesofstresses
C.Compressionandtension

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9.TheMisesyieldtheoryoffailureisbestappliedtowhattypeofmaterials?
B.Ductilematerials
10.Theslopeofthelinebeforetheproportionallimitinastressstraincurveisalsoknownas
C.Modulusofelasticity

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