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Slenderness Ratio MCQ Questions & Answers

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




Question 1

What is net section rupture failure?

A. rupture of member when the cross section reaches yield stress
B. rupture of member when the cross section reaches ultimate stress
C. rupture of member when the cross section reaches less value than yield stress
D. rupture of member when the cross section is reaches very less value than ultimate stress

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Question 2

What is the maximum effective slenderness ratio for a member normally acting as a tie in roof truss or a bracing member?

A. 180
B. 200
C. 350
D. 400

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Question 3

Which of the following is also known as geographical meridian?

A. True meridian
B. Arbitrary meridian
C. Magnetic meridian
D. Post meridian

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Question 4

What is the maximum effective slenderness ratio for members always in tension?

A. 400
B. 200
C. 350
D. 150

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Question 5

What is gross section yielding?

A. considerable deformation of the member in longitudinal direction may take place before it fractures, making the structure unserviceable
B. considerable deformation of the member in longitudinal direction may take place before it fractures, making the structure serviceable
C. considerable deformation of the member in lateral direction may take place before it fractures, making the structure unserviceable
D. considerable deformation of the member in lateral direction may take place before it fractures, making the structure serviceable

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Question 6

What is the maximum effective slenderness ratio for a member subjected to compressive forces resulting only from combination of wind/earthquake actions?

A. 180
B. 200
C. 340
D. 250

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Question 7

_________ is a property of the free surface of a liquid.

A. Permeability
B. Surface tension
C. Capillarity
D. Specific gravity

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Question 8

_________ is a fix direction on the surface.

A. Bearing
B. Meridian
C. Graduated ring
D. Lift lever

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Question 9

The series of connected lines is known as ____________

A. Reinforcing
B. Traversing
C. Guniting
D. Bracing

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Question 10

What is a detention time for mechanically cleaned tanks?

A. 2 to 3 hours
B. 2.5 to 4 hours
C. 1.5 to 3 hours
D. 4 to 6 hours

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Question 11

The rate of filtration for rapid sand filter is ___________

A. 3000 to 4500 lit/hr/m2
B. 4500 to 6500 lit/hr/m2
C. 3000 to 6000 lit/hr/m2
D. 4500 to 7000 lit/hr/m2

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Question 12

_________ changes with place and time.

A. Bearing
B. Magnetic bearing
C. True bearing
D. Arbitrary bearing

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Question 13

___________ is provided to avoid undue wear and tear of pivot points.

A. Magnetic needle
B. Lifting pin and lever
C. Object vane
D. Break pin

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Question 14

________ stops the oscillations of the graduated ring.

A. Brake pin
B. Eye vane
C. Object vane
D. Graduated ring

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Question 15

The time for which water is written in a settling tank is known as ________

A. Virtual time
B. Actual time
C. Detention time
D. Active time

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Question 16

The possibility of block shear failure increases by

A. larger connection length
B. increasing the number of bolts per connection
C. with use of low strength bolts
D. with use of high bearing strength material

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Question 17

What is block shear failure?

A. failure of fasteners occurs along path involving tension on one plane and shear on perpendicular plane along fasteners
B. failure of member occurs along path involving tension on one plane and shear on perpendicular plane along fasteners
C. failure of member occurs along path involving tension on one plane and shear on parallel plane along fasteners
D. failure of fasteners occurs along path involving tension on one plane and shear on parallel plane along fasteners

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Question 18

The ratio of the yield of water from a rapid sand filter is __________

A. 10
B. 5
C. 15
D. 30

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Question 19

Which of the following processes is known as zeolite?

A. Demineralization process
B. Deionized water
C. Lime soda process
D. Base exchange process

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Question 20

The tensile stress adjacent to hole will be ____________

A. about five times the average stress on the net area
B. about half the average stress on the net area
C. equal to average stress on the net area
D. about two to three times the average stress on the net area

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Question 21

What is stress concentration factor?

A. ratio of average stress to maximum elastic stress
B. product of average stress and maximum elastic stress
C. ratio of maximum elastic stress to average stress
D. twice the average stress

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Question 22

What is the maximum effective slenderness ratio for a tension member in which stress reversal occurs?

A. 180
B. 200
C. 280
D. 300

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Question 23

A retaining wall is related to _______

A. Plane stress
B. Plane strain
C. Normal stress
D. Normal strain

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Question 24

What is slenderness ratio of a tension member?

A. ratio of its least radius of gyration to its unsupported length
B. ratio of its unsupported length to its least radius of gyration
C. ratio of its maximum radius of gyration to its unsupported length
D. ratio of its unsupported length to its maximum radius of gyration

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Question 25

Calculate the elongation of the cable due to load, if a steel cable of 2 cm diameter is used to lift a load of 500 ? kg. Given that and the length of cable is 10 m and E = 2×106 kg/cm2.

A. 0.5 cm
B. 0.3 cm
C. 0.25 cm
D. 0.4 cm

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Question 26

The limits specified for slenderness ratio are not

A. applicable to cables
B. applicable to angle sections
C. applicable to built-up sections
D. applicable to circular sections

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Question 27

A HYSD steel bar is 400 mm long. The lengths of the parts AB and BC of the bar is 200 mm each. It is loaded as P1 = 2000 kg and P2 = 1000 kg. Take diameter of AB as 2 cm and BC as 1 cm. The ratio of stresses in part AB to stresses in part BC is __________

A. 0.2
B. 0.75
C. 0.5
D. 1.5

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Question 28

The displacement of tension member under service load is given by

A. PLEAg
B. PLE/Ag
C. PL/EAg
D. P/LEAg

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Question 29

Calculate the elongation of the cable due to load, if a steel cable of 2 cm diameter is used to lift a load of 500 π kg. Given that and the length of cable is 10 m and E = 2×106 kg/cm2.

A. 0.5 cm
B. 0.3 cm
C. 0.25 cm
D. 0.4 cm

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