Maximum Shear Stress MCQ Questions & Answers

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

Question 1

_______ conduits are 1/10 weight of concrete.

A. PVC

B. GRP

C. RCC

D. CI

Question 2

_______ is the structures installed for the purpose of drawing water.

A. Intakes

B. Conduits

C. Valves

D. Springs

Question 3

_______ pipes are not easily biodegradable.

A. RCC

B. PSC

C. PVC

D. G I

Question 4

_______ torque produces the maximum shear stress due to combined bending.

A. Seasonal

B. Equipment

C. Composite

D. Series

Question 5

________ is the gravity conduits used while crossing a hill or lock.

A. Flumes

B. Aqueducts

C. Canals

D. Tunnels

Question 6

__________ is the device used for measuring normal stresses on the surface of a stressed object.

A. Nephelometer

B. Straining appurtenances

C. Resistance strain gauge

D. Volt-Hypsometer gauge

Question 7

_____________ coincides with the water surface in a canal or open channel.

A. HGL

B. TEL

C. TWL

D. HTL

Question 8

1 GPA = ____________ pa.

A. 105

B. 106

C. 108

D. 109

Question 9

A simply supported beam of span 8 metres carries a udl of 16 kN/m at a point out of 60 kN acting at it's centre. Calculate the maximum shear force.

A. 87kN

B. 45kN

C. 78kN

D. 94kN

Question 10

As per IS:800, the minimum thickness of web should not be less than ______

A. d/250

B. d/300

C. d/350

D. d/125

Question 11

Calculate the level arm factor of a section of M20 grade and if Fe 415 Steel. [Take critical neutral axis factor as 0.289].

A. 0.78

B. 0.9

C. 0.58

D. 0.73

Question 12

Calculate the maximum shear force for square beam of side is 320 mm. If the shear force is 94kN.

A. 1.37N/mm2

B. 2.36N/mm2

C. 5.21N/mm2

D. 4.32N/mm2

Question 13

Expand HDPE?

A. High Density Polyvinyl Pipe

B. High Density Polyethylene Pipe

C. High Deformed Polyvinyl Pipe

D. High Deformed Polyethene Pipe

Question 14

GOST standards are used in _________

A. Italy

B. Poland

C. Russia

D. Pakistan

Question 15

In aqueduct, the nominal flow of velocity be ________

A. 0.5 m/s

B. 0.9 m/s

C. 0.6 m/s

D. 0.8 m/s

Question 16

In cantilever beams, the steel bars are placed at ___________

A. Bottom of the beam

B. Top of the Beam

C. Midspan of the Beam

D. Near supports

Question 17

In steel sections, the junction between a flange and web is known as ________

A. Edge

B. Fillet

C. Corner

D. Lug

Question 18

Modular ratio method is also known as ______

A. Ultimate stress method

B. Limit state method

C. Working stress method

D. Stress and strain method

Question 19

Partial safety factor for concrete is taken as ____________

A. 1.3

B. 1.2

C. 1.5

D. 1.6

Question 20

Poisson's ratio for high strength concrete is __________

A. 0.049

B. 0.095

C. 0.1

D. 0.1111

Question 21

Pressure conduits are also known as _______

A. Pipe conduits

B. Gravity conduits

C. Artesian conduits

D. Surface conduits

Question 22

Pressure conduits with steel pipes varies diameter _______

A. 2500 mm

B. 3000 mm

C. 3500 mm

D. 4000 mm

Question 23

RCC pipes can be used up to a pressure of 3.0 kg/cm2.

A. TRUE

B. FALSE

Question 24

Shear stress at top most fibre of rectangular section is _____________

A. Maximum

B. Minimum

C. Zero

D. Uniform through out

Question 25

The allowable tensile stresses in steel structures is taken as 1500 kg /cm2 to ______

A. 1765 kg /cm2

B. 1900 kg /cm2

C. 2125 kg /cm2

D. 2455 kg/cm2

Question 26

The breaking stress is _______ the ultimate stress.

A. Less than

B. Greater than

C. Depends on time

D. Equal to

Question 27

The compressive strength of brittle materials is ______ its tensile strength.

A. Less than

B. Greater than

C. Equal to

D. Depends on material

Question 28

The design compressive strength of concrete is ___________ times of characteristic compressive strength of concrete.

A. 0.313

B. 0.253

C. 0.466

D. 0.411

Question 29

The failing of a very long column is initially by ___________

A. Crushing

B. Collapsing

C. Buckling

D. Twisting

Question 30

The maximum shear stress in an I section is __________

A. F/8I Ã[B/b (D2-d2)+d2]

B. F/6I Ã[B/b (D2-d2)+d2]

C. F/8I Ã[B/b (D3-d3)+d2]

D. F/4I Ã[B/b (D2-d2)+d2]

Question 31

The minimum percentage elongation for mild steel is __________

A. 6%

B. 13%

C. 23%

D. 34%

Question 32

The percentage of carbon in structural steel is __________

A. 0.2 - 0.27 %

B. 0.6 - 0.85 %

C. 0.7 - 1.23 %

D. 1.23 - 1.45%

Question 33

The ratio of creep strain to elastic strain is known as ___________

A. Creep factor

B. Creep postulate

C. Creep coefficient

D. Creep variable

Question 34

The stress corresponding to ______ of strain in the stress-strain curve of mild steel is known as proof stress.

A. 0.20%

B. 0.32%

C. 0.50%

D. 0.60%

Question 35

Torsional modulus is ___________ to torsional strength.

A. Inversely proportional

B. Directly proportional

C. Equal

D. Unequal

Question 36

What is the flow of velocity in the pressure conduit?

A. 0.5 to 0.6 m/s

B. 0.6 to 0.7 m/s

C. 0.6 to 0.8 m/s

D. 0.8 to 1 m/s

Question 37

Which of the following conduits possess low resistance to acid nature?

A. RCC pipes

B. PVC pipes

C. Steel pipes

D. PSC pipes

Question 38

Working stress method is based on elastic theory assumptions.

A. TRUE

B. FALSE

Question 39

A simply supported beam of span 8 metres carries a udl of 16 kN/m at a point out of 60 kN acting at it’s centre. Calculate the maximum shear force.

A. 87kN

B. 45kN

C. 78kN

D. 94kN

Question 40

Poisson’s ratio for high strength concrete is __________

A. 0.049

B. 0.095

C. 0.1

D. 0.1111

Question 41

The maximum shear stress in an I section is __________

A. F/8I ×[B/b (D2-d2)+d2]

B. F/6I ×[B/b (D2-d2)+d2]

C. F/8I ×[B/b (D3-d3)+d2]

D. F/4I ×[B/b (D2-d2)+d2]

Question 42

The percentage of carbon in structural steel is __________

A. 0.2 – 0.27 %

B. 0.6 – 0.85 %

C. 0.7 – 1.23 %

D. 1.23 – 1.45%