## Marks 1

The ‘'plane section remains plane’' assumption in bending theory implies:

Consider a simply supported beam with a uniformly distributed load having a neutral axis $$(NA)$$ as shown. For points $$P$$ (on the neutral axis) and...

A homogeneous, simply supported prismatic beam of width $$B,$$ depth $$D$$ and span $$L$$ is subjected to a concentrated load of magnitude $$P.$$ The ...

## Marks 2

A $$450$$ $$mm$$ long plain concrete prism is subjected to the concentrated vertical loads as shown in the figure. Cross section of the prism is given...

The beam of an overall depth $$250$$ $$mm$$ (shown below) is used in a building subjected to two different thermal environments. The temperatures at t...

A beam with cross-section given below is subjected to a positive bending moment (causing compression at the top) of $$16$$ $$kN$$-$$m$$ acting around ...

A simply supported beam of uniform rectangular cross-section of width $$b$$ and depth $$h$$ is subjected to linear temperature gradient, $${0^ \circ }...

The maximum bending stress induced in a steel wire of modulus of elasticity $$200$$ $$kN/m{m^2}$$ and diameter $$1$$ $$mm$$ when wound on a drum of d...