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B.E/B.Tech. DEGREE EXAMINATION. NOVEMBER/DECEMBER 2006. First Semester GE 131 — ENGINEERING MECHANICS sCommon to all branches except Marine Engineering) ‘Time : Three hours ‘Maximum : 100 marks a Answer ALL questions. PART A — (10 = 2 = 20 marks) Distinguish between units and dimensions. Give an example. ‘A force of magnitude 50 kN is acting along the line joining A(2, 0, 6)m and B(3, ~2. Ohm. Write the vector form of the force. ‘Two forces of magnitude 50 KN and 80 kN are acting on a particle, such that the angle between the two is 135°, If both the forces are acting away from the particle, calculate the resultant and find its direction. Draw neat sketches and mark reaction at supports : (a) Simply supported beam AB of span L. (b) Cantilever beam of length L Locate the centroid and calculate moment of inertia about centroidal axes of a semicircular lamina of radius 2m. Define coefficient of friction and express its relationship with angle of friction, If x=3.5¢° when t =5sec . determine acceleration, velocity and position of the particle, ‘A stone is projected at such an angle that the horizontal range is 4,3 times the maximum height. Find the angle of projection. ‘ate the characteristics of 9. Consider a wheel rolling on a straight track. general plane motion. 10. Write work energy equation of rigid body. Mention the meaning for all parameters used in the equation. PART B — (5 x 16 = 80 marks 11. (a) Four forces of magnitude 10 kN, 20 KN, 30 kN and 50 KN are acting on a particle O. The angles made by the forces with X-axis are 45°, 90°, 150° and 240° respectively. All the angles are measured in anticlockwise direction. Find the magnitude and direction of equilibrant. Or (b) (@ A system of parallel forces acting on a rigidbar ABCD is shown in Fig. Q 11 (b) 1}. Reduce this system to a single force and couple at A. 25kn 125ku = G0kw-70kw. A B d D ee Lmy 2.5m <1 > Fig. Q. 11 (b) (i) (ii) Determine the magnitude, direction and position of resultant force for the system of forces shown in Fig. Q 11 (b) (ii). (12) 15kn A toky D c 8m A 8 8 ¢ 2okn te Bk Fig. @. 11 (6) (it) 2 $9158 12. (a) (i) A 60 KN force passes from point A(0, 0.9,1.2) to point B(3.6, 0,24). Find the moment of this force about point C (8.6, 1.8, 1.2). ) Gi) The X, Y, Z components of a force are 54 kN, — 36 kN and 36 kN respectively. Find the magnitude of the force and angle it makes with X,Y and Z axes. Also find the component of the force along the line joining A(1, 2, -3) and B(-1, ~2, 2) @ Or (b) (Determine the reactions at supports A and B of the over hanging beam shown in Fig. Q. 12 (b) (i). (10) Bokiy fy Bokwm yo A y 2 B ge 1 ne bay 4 2M re IM Fig. Q. 12 (b) (ii) State laws of Coloumb friction. (4) Gi) Define rolling resistance. (2) 13. (a) (i) An inverted T section is shown in Fig. Q. 13 (a) (i). Calculate the moment of inertia of the section about XX axis parallel to the base and passing through the centroid. Also calculate radius of gyration. a2) ra R T ‘20mm | y : a < 60mmsbee bomms- Fig. Q. 13 (a) (i) Gi) Derive the expression for mass moment of inertia about the vertical centroidal axis of a thin rectangular plate of width ‘b’, depth ‘d’ and thickness ‘t’ @) Or 3 $9158