# MCQs on Mechanical Engineering

By Prof. Fazal Rehman Shamil

Solved MCQs on Mechanical Engineering and covering the topic of Analyse Indeterminate Beam.
The serpentine curve is ___?.
(A). Reverse curve
(B). Transition curve
(C). Circular curve
(D). Lemniscate curve
(E). None of these

Which have not the units?
(A). Specific gravity
(B). Specific weight
(C). Specific volume
(D). Mass density
(E). None of these

The “e” denotes________ in the engineering properties of soils.
(A). Compressibility
(B). Voids ratio
(C). Porosity
(D). Water content
(E). None of these

At its support, which beam is inbuilt?
(A). Continuous beam
(B). Fixed beam
(C). Simply supported beam
(D). Cantilever beam
(E). None of these

Glacier deposit of clay, gravel or sand is _____.
(A). Tull
(B). Till
(C). Loess
(D). Mart
(E). None of these

Used in foundation ___________ is bearing capacity of the laminated rocks?
(A). 1620 kN/m2
(B). 1450 kN/m2
(C). 1785 kN/m2
(D). 2125 kN/m2
(E). None of these

To solve the problems of land acquisition ______ curve is used?
(A). Transition curves
(B). Horizontal curves
(C). Circular curves
(D). Vertical curves
(E). None of these

_______ is called fixed beam
(A). In built beam
(B). Constressed beam
(C). Encaster beam
(D). Constricted beam
(E). None of these

Slope at the supports should be ___________ in the fixed beams
(A). Throughout
(B). Zero
(C). Maximum
(D). Minimum
(E). None of these

In the fixed beam _______ changes induce the large stresses?
(A). Slope
(B). Temperature
(C). Deflection
(D). SlopeLateral
(E). None of these

Find the maximum bending moment in a beam of 6 meters long is fixed at its end. A udl of 5 kN/m Is carried by it.
(A). 15 kNm
(B). 40 kNm
(C). 35 kNm
(D). 20 kNm
(E). None of these

To be provided ___is the maximum superelevation
(A). 1 in 10
(B). 1 in 15
(C). 2 in 10
(D). 2 in 15
(E). None of these

For the mountainous terrain ________ is limiting gradient
(A). 8.00 %
(B). 7.00 %
(C). 5.00 %
(D). 6.00 %
(E). None of these

Carrying 5 kN/m udl, calculate the maximum deflection of a fixed beam. 6 m is the span of beam. Take I = 5×107 mm4 and E = 200kN/m2 .
(A). 1.6875 m
(B). 2.235 m
(C). 1.865 m
(D). 2.5 m
(E). None of these

If the maximum deflection does not exceed 1/ 400 of the span, Calculate the load intensity of fixed beam. Take EI as 1010 kN mm2.
(A). 35 kN
(B). 40 kN
(C). 45 kN
(D). 60 kN
(E). None of these Prof.Fazal Rehman Shamil (Available for Professional Discussions)