Design Of Steel Structures Set 4

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This set of Design of Steel Structures Multiple Choice Questions & Answers (MCQs) focuses on Design Of Steel Structures Set 4

Q1 | Length of an outstanding leg of a vertical stiffener, may be taken equal to
Q2 | If the depth of two column sections is equal, then the column splice is provided
Q3 | On steel structures the dead load is the weight of
Q4 | A steel beam supporting loads from the floor slab as well as from wall is termed as
Q5 | The area Ap of cover plates in one flange of a built up beam, is given by
Q6 | The economical depth d of a web plate in which allowable bearing stress is fb, and the maximumbending moment is M, as suggested by Rawater and Clark, is
Q7 | Bending compressive and tensile stresses respectively are calculated based on
Q8 | The thickness t of a single flat lacing should not be less than
Q9 | Tongue plates are provided in a steel girder at
Q10 | The slenderness ratio of a column supported throughout its length by a masonry wall is
Q11 | The main assumption of the method of simple design of steel frame work, is:
Q12 | Outstanding length of a compression member consisting of a channel, is measured as
Q13 | The use of tie plates in laced columns is
Q14 | According to IS : 800-1962 the permissible bending stress in steel slab plates, is
Q15 | The side thrust T on the tie rods provided at the end beam of jack arch of rise R, is calculated fromthe formula
Q16 | The minimum pitch of rivet holes of diameter d should not be less than
Q17 | Design of a riveted joint, is based on the assumption:
Q18 | If is the maximum allowable bending stress in a tension member whose radius of gyrationis and depth is 2y, the required cross sectional area is given by
Q19 | The load on a lintel is assumed as uniformly distributed if the height of the masonry above it, isupto a height of
Q20 | Diameter of a rivet hole is made larger than the diameter of the rivet by
Q21 | According to IS: 800-1962, the coefficient of expansion of steel per degree centigrade per unitlength, is taken as
Q22 | In case of timber structures, the simple bending formula M = fz may be applied for
Q23 | Perforated cover plates are particularly suitable for built up sections consisting of
Q24 | Effective length of a column effectively held in position and restrained in direction at both ends, is
Q25 | For rivets in tension with countersunk heads, the tensile value shall be