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BECS5
-
III

Seventh

Semester

B
. Tech

in C
omputer

Engineering
, Examination Dec/Jan.2012
-
13




Design of

Industrial stru
ctures & Bridges


Time:
-
3Hours

Max. Marks:
-
75


SECTION
-
A


Atte
mpt any five

questions:


(5*5
)

1.

What

is Rolled Steel Sections?

2.

Define the
term of Tension Splice.

3.

Explain the Strength of an axially loaded compression member.

4.

Write the
Effective Length.

5.

D
efine the Maximum Slenderness Ratio.

6.

D
escribe the Eccentric load lying in plane of rivets.

7.

What are Tacking rivets?

8.

Explain the meaning of Lacing.








SECTION
-
B


Attempt any two questions:


(10*2)

9.

Write

the Rivets and bolts in tension and shear.

10.

Describe the LUG Angle.

11.

Design end connection for an angles ISA 12575*10mm thick using
lug angle with 18mm
dia shop rivets.



SECTION
-
C


Attempt any two questions: (15*2)

12.

Design fillet welded
connection.

13.

Write the Riveted joints subjected to moment acting in the plane of the joint.

14.

Design a tension member using a channel section to carry an axial tension of 220kN.












BECS5
-
III

Seventh Semester

B. Tech in Computer Engineering, Examination Dec/Jan.2012
-
13


Design of Industrial structures & Bridges

Time:
-
3Hours

Max. Marks:
-
75


SECTION
-
A


Attempt any five

questions:


(5*5
)






1.

Wri
te Typical Cross
-
Section of Compression Members.

2.

Explain the Slab Base.

3.

Define the Eccentric load not lying in the plane of rivets.

4.

What do you mean by Grillage Foundation?

5.

State and explain the Web Splice.

6.

Define the Lacing and Battening for
Built
-
UP Compression Member.

7.

What do you mean by Design of Lacing?

8.

State and explain the Design using battens.




SECTION
-
B


Attempt any two questions:



(10*2)

9.

State the assumptions in the theory of riveted joints.

10.

Difference between Angle and Tee section.

11.

Determine the maximum load in the rivets

of the eccentric connection.





SECTION
-
C


Attempt any two questions:

(15
*2)


12.

Design a fillet welded joint between two plates of size 200*10mm and
250*10mm.

13.

D
esign a double cover but joint between two mild steel plates 320 mm wide and 18mm
thick.

14.

What are Butt
-
Welded joint loaded eccentrically?





















BECS5
-
III

Seventh Semester

B. Tech in Computer Engineering, Examination Dec/Jan.2012
-
13


Design of Indu
strial structures & Bridges

Time:
-
3Hours

Max. Marks:
-
75


SECTION
-
A


Attempt any five

questions:

(5*5
)


1.

What

are Column Bases?

2.

Explain the E
ccentricity of Load.

3.

Write the connection between angles and main beam.

4.

Discuss about the Tension Flange.

5.

Define the term of Analytical method.

6.

What
is

Permissible Stress?

7.

State and explain the Vertical Stiffeners.

8.

What do you mean by Gantry Girders?







SECTION
-
B


Attempt any two questions:


(10*2)

9.

Compare riveted joints with welded joints.

10.

What are
Fillet
-
Welded joint loaded Eccentricity.

11.

State and explain the Net Sectional Area.










SECTION
-
C



Attempt any two questions:


(15
*2)

12.

Explain
the Design of Axially loaded tension member.

13.

D
escribe the modes of failure of riveted joints.

14.

Design a T
-
section to act as a tension member carrying an axial tension of 220kN.