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Constant Strain Triangle - Finite Element Method MCQ Questions

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Question 1

In numerical mathematics, the constant strain triangle element, also known as the ?

A. CST element
B. T3 element
C. T10 element
D. Both A and B

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Question 2

Reduced integration elements do not permit internal stress gradients because of their single integration point and suffer from their own numerical problem known as

A. minglassing
B. bending deformation
C. hourglassing
D. shear locking

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Question 3

There are ________ simplest element types for 3D elements.

A. 1
B. 2
C. 3
D. 4

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Question 4

The position of the interface nodes is set at ____________ from the vertices

A. Li/2n
B. Li*2n
C. Li/n
D. Li*n

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Question 5

Finite element method uses the concept of shape functions in systematically developing the interpolations.

A. TRUE
B. FALSE
C. Can be true or false
D. Can not say

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Question 6

In particular, N1+N2+N3 represent a plane at a height of one at nodes ______

A. 1
B. 2
C. 3
D. All of the above

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Question 7

A1 is the first area and N1 is its shape function then shape function N1= ___

A. A-A1
B. A1/A
C. A1+A
D. A1

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Question 8

In the equation KQ=F, K is called as ____

A. Stiffness matrix
B. Singular stiffness matrix
C. Modified stiffness matrix
D. Uniform stiffness matrix

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Question 9

Principal stresses and their directions are calculated by using ____

A. Galerkin approach
B. Rayleigh method
C. Potential energy method
D. Mohr’s circle method

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Question 10

The isoparametric representation of finite elements is defined as element geometry and displacements are represented by same set of shape functions.

A. Yes
B. No
C. Can be yes or no
D. Can not say

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