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Buckling & Crushing Load MCQ Questions & Answers

Buckling & Crushing Load MCQs : This section focuses on the "Buckling & Crushing Load". These Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs) should be practiced to improve the Buckling & Crushing Load skills required for various interviews (campus interview, walk-in interview, company interview), placement, entrance exam and other competitive examinations.




Question 1

A fine grained material is mostly ________

A. Homogeneous
B. Isotropic
C. Isomeric
D. Elastic

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Question 2

Which of the following is also known as transverse strain?

A. Tensile strain
B. Compressive strain
C. Shear strain
D. Volumetric strain

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Question 3

For engineering materials, the poison's ratio lies in the range of ___________

A. 0 and 1
B. -1 and 1
C. -2 and 2
D. 0 and 1/2

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Question 4

Which of the following is also known as pushing force?

A. Tensile stress
B. Compressive stress
C. Shear stress
D. Temperature stress

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Question 5

The ultimate strength in flexure is known as modulus of ________

A. Toughness
B. Rupture
C. Resilience
D. Hardening

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Question 6

A material having three mutually perpendicular planes of elastic symmetry is said to be _________

A. Isotropic
B. Autotrophic
C. Orthotropic
D. Anisotropic

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Question 7

For engineering materials, the poison’s ratio lies in the range of ___________

A. 0 and 1
B. -1 and 1
C. -2 and 2
D. 0 and 1/2

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Question 8

The hooks law is valid only for _________

A. Uni axial forces
B. Bi axial forces
C. Tri axial forces
D. Lateral forces

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Question 9

The tangential force per unit area is _________

A. Shear strain
B. Shear stress
C. Modulus of rigidity
D. Torsion

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Question 10

A material which ruptures with little or no plastic deformation is said to be ____________

A. Ductile material
B. Elastic material
C. Plastic material
D. Brittle material

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Question 11

Which of the following is also known as pulling force?

A. Tensile stress
B. Shear stress
C. Lateral stress
D. Axial stress

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Question 12

Which of the following is also known as endurance limit?

A. Proportionality limit
B. Rupture limit
C. Elastic limit
D. Fatigue limit

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Question 13

Calculate the Euler’s crippling load, if the effective length of column is 10 m take flexural rigidity as 6.14 × 1010 Nmm2.

A. 6 kN
B. 8 kN
C. 10 kN
D. 12 kN

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Question 14

The stress which is just sufficient to cause a permanent set is known as ___________

A. tenacity
B. ultimate stress
C. proof stress
D. working stress

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Question 15

Calculate the Euler's crippling load, if the effective length of column is 10 m take flexural rigidity as 6.14 × 1010 Nmm2.

A. 6 kN
B. 8 kN
C. 10 kN
D. 12 kN

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Question 16

For ductile materials, the factor of safety is the ratio of yield stress to ___________

A. tenacity
B. ultimate stress
C. working stress
D. shear stress

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