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Question 1
When a 100 Kg mass is suspended from wire of length 1 meter and and area 1 cm2, it length increases.
(a) Find the stress in the wire
(b) Find the increase in length of the wire
(c) Find the elastic potential energy stored in the wire
(d) Find the tension in the wire in loaded position

Question 2
A thin metallic rod of Length L and radius of cross-section r rotates with the angular velocity in a horizontal plane about a vertical axis passing through one of its end.
Density of rod is ρ and Young Modulus of elasticity is Y. Breaking stress of the rod is S Find out the following
(a) Find the tension in the rod as a function of distance from the fixed end
(b) Find the tension at the fixed end, midpoint and end point of the rod
(c) Find the maximum angular velocity with which it can rotate with out breaking
(d) Find the total elongation in the rod



Question 3
An elastic string has a mass M suspended at its lower end,the upper being fixed to a support. When the mass is pulled down over a short distance and let go, then it executes SHM with Time period given by
$T= 2 \pi \sqrt {\frac {l_1}{g}}$
Where l1 is the elongation of the string.Now the mass m is added to the mass M, then it is found that Time period of oscillation (T2) such that
$\frac{T_1}{T_2}=\frac{5}{4}$
Find the ratio m:M
Given Y is the Young modulus of elasticity. L be the original length of string.

Question 4
An equilateral triangle ABC is formed by two Cu rods AB and BC and one Al rod. It is heated in such a way that temperature of each rod increases by $\Delta T$. Find change in the angle ABC. [Coeff. of linear expansion for Cu is $\alpha _1$ ,Coeff. of linear expansion for Al is $alpha _2$ ]



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