Design Of Steel Structures Set 5

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This set of Design of Steel Structures Multiple Choice Questions & Answers (MCQs) focuses on Design Of Steel Structures Set 5

Q1 | Effective length of a column effectively held in position and restrained in direction at one end butneither held in position nor restrained in direction at the other end, is
Q2 | The equivalent axial load may be defined as the load which produces a stress equal to
Q3 | If the thickness of thinnest outside plate is 10 mm, then the maximum pitch of rivets in tensionwill be taken as
Q4 | The connection of one beam to another beam by means of an angle at the bottom and an angle atthe top, is known as
Q5 | The channels get twisted symmetrically with regard to its axis
Q6 | Bolts are most suitable to carry
Q7 | Rolled steel angle sections are classified as
Q8 | According to I.S. : 800 - 1871, lacing bars resist transverse shear equal to
Q9 | The effective length of a battened strut effectively held in position at both ends but not restrainedin direction is taken as
Q10 | The method of design of steel framework for greatest rigidity and economy in weight, is known as
Q11 | For a cantilever beam of length built-in at the support and restrained against torsion at the freeend, the effective projecting length is
Q12 | Economical depth of a plate girder corresponds to
Q13 | Slenderness ratio of a compression member is
Q14 | The least permissible clear dimension of the web of thickness t in the panel of a plate girder, isrestricted to
Q15 | Web crippling generally occurs at the point where
Q16 | The basic wind speed is specified at a height 'h' above mean ground level in an open terrain. Thevalue of 'h' is
Q17 | If d is the distance between the flange angles, the vertical stiffeners in plate girders are spaced notgreater than
Q18 | If d is the distance between the flange angles of a plate girder, vertical stiffeners are provided at adistance not greater than
Q19 | The allowable tensile stress in structural mild steel plates for steel tank is assumed as
Q20 | A second horizontal stiffener is always placed at the neutral axis of the girder if the thickness ofthe web is less than
Q21 | The strength of ISA 125 = 75 × 10 mm used as a tie member with its longer leg connected at theends by 27 mm diameter rivets, is
Q22 | For a column of height fixed in position and direction both at its top and bottom, its effectivelength, is
Q23 | As per ISI, rolled steel beam sections are classified into
Q24 | Shape factor is a property which depends
Q25 | A tension member, if subjected to possible reversal of stress due to wind, the slenderness ratio ofthe member should not exceed