Design Of Steel Structures Set 8

This set of Design of Steel Structures Multiple Choice Questions & Answers (MCQs) focuses on Design Of Steel Structures Set 8

Q1 | Maximum permissible slenderness ratio of a member normally acting as a tie in a roof truss, is
Q2 | Normally, the angle of roof truss with asbestos sheets should not be less than
Q3 | An imaginary line along which rivets are placed, is known as
Q4 | Pick up the correct statement from the following:
Q5 | The capacity of the smallest pressed steel tank is
Q6 | The permissible stress to which a structural member can be subjected to, is known as
Q7 | Tacking rivets in tension members, are provided at a pitch in line not exceeding
Q8 | In case of timber structures, the form factor for solid circular cross-section is taken as
Q9 | The distance between the outer faces of flanges of a plate girder, is known as
Q10 | When the depth of a plate girder is at least times the depth of vertical leg of the flange angles,the girder is known as deep plate girder, if is
Q11 | Which of the following conditions is to be satisfied both in elastic and plastic analysis?
Q12 | If the pitch is 6 cm and rivet value is 4 tonnes, the number of rivets required for a rivetedconnection carrying an eccentric load of 15 tonnes at a distance of 30 cm from the centre line, is
Q13 | The difference between gross diameter and nominal diameter for the rivets up to 25 mm diameteris
Q14 | Pick up the correct statement from the following:
Q15 | The greatest permissible clear dimension of the web of thickness t in the panel of a plate girder, isrestricted to
Q16 | The maximum slenderness ratio of a compression member carrying both dead and superimposedload is
Q17 | Pick up the incorrect statement from the following:
Q18 | Effective length of a column effectively held in position at both ends and restrained in direction atone end, is
Q19 | If the unsupported length of a stanchion is 4 metres and least radius of gyration of its cross-sectionis 5, the slenderness ratio of the stanchion, is
Q20 | For a cantilever beam of length continuous at the support and unrestrained against torsion atthe support and free at the end, the effective length is equal to
Q21 | Hudson's formula gives the dead weight of a truss bridge as a function of
Q22 | The deflection of beams may be decreased by
Q23 | The moment-curvature relation at a plastic hinge is
Q24 | If the depth of the section of an upper column is smaller than the lower column