# CE2257 STRENGTH OF MATERIALS LABORATORY ANNA UNIVERSITY QUESTION BANK

CE2257 STRENGTH OF MATERIALS LABORATORY

1. Conduct tension test on Tor steel and determine yield stress, ultimate stress, actual stress

and normal breaking stress.

2. (a) Determine Rockwell Hardness number for the given specimens

(b) Determine the shear strength of the given specimen.

3. (a) Determine the Charpy's impact strength for the given specimens.

(b) Determine the Brinnel's Hardness number for the given specimens.

4. (a) Find the Hardness number for the given thin metal sheet.

(b) Determine the IZod impact strength for the given specimen.

5. Conduct a compression test on the given helical spring and determine the following

(a) Shear modulus

(b) Sti ness of the spring

(c) Proof load

(d) Strain energy stored at proof load.

6. Determine the Young's modulus of the material of the steel beam by conducting the de

ection

test.

7. Conduct the tension test on MS rod and determine the following values

(a) yield stress

(b) ultimate stress

(c) Breaking stress

(d) Percentage elongation

(e) Percentage reduction in cross sectional area

8. Conduct torsion test and determine the value of modulus of rigidity and maximum shear stress

in the given specimen.

9. (a) Determine the Rockwell Hardness number for the given specimen.

(b) Conduct compression test on the given Brick samples.

10. (a) Conduct double shear strength on given MS rod.

(b) Determine the Rockwell Hardness number for the given specimen.

11. Conduct a tension test on the given helical spring and determine the following:

(a) Shear modulus

(b) Sti ness of the spring

(c) Proof load

(d) Strain energy stored at proof load

12. (a) Determine the impact strength of the given specimen

(b) Determine the shear strength of the given specimen.

13. (a) Determine the speci c gravity of the given cement sample.

(b) Find the consistency of the given cement sample.

14. Conduct a compression test on the given cylindrical concrete specimen and draw the stress-

strain curve for that specimen.

15. (a) Conduct soundness test on cement.

(b) Determine the initial setting time of the given cement sample.

16. (a) Determine the neness of the given cement sample.

(b) Determine the compressive strength of the given concrete cubes.

17. Determine the modulus of rigidity of the given MS rod by conducting a torsion test.

18. (a) Conduct compression test on the given mortar cube and brick sample.

(b) Draw a qualitative stress-strain diagram for concrete.

19. (a) Determine the Young's modulus of the material of the steel beam by conducting the

de

ection test.

(b) Determine the Rockwell's Hardness number for the given specimen.

20. Conduct tension test on the given mild steel rod and determine the following:

(a) Modulus of elasticity

(b) Breaking stress

(c) Percentage of elongation in length.

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