A solid circular beam with radius of 0.25 m and length of 2 m is subjected to a twisting moment of 20 kNm about the z-axis at the free end, which is the only load acting as shown in the figure. The shear stress component $\style{font-family:'Times New Roman'}{\tau_{xy}}$ at Point ‘M’ in the cross-section of the beam at a distance of 1 m from the fixed end is

A cantilever beam of length 2 m with a square section of side length 0.1 m is loaded vertically at the free end. The vertical displacement at the free end is 5 mm. The beam is made of steel with Young’s modulus of 2.0×10^{11} N/m^{2}. The maximum bending stress at the fixed end of the cantilever is

A haunched (varying depth) reinforced concrete beam is simply supported at both ends, as shown in the figure. The beam is subjected to a uniformly distributed factored load of intensity 10 kN/m. The design shear force (expressed in kN) at the section X-X of the beam is ______

A 450 mm long plain concrete prism is subjected to the concentrated vertical loads as shown in the figure. Cross section of the prism is given as 150 mm × 150 mm. Considering linear stress distribution across the cross-section, the modulus of rupture (expressed in MPa) is ________

Two beams are connected by a linear spring as shown in the following figure. For a load P as shown in the figure, the percentage of the applied load P carried by the spring is ________.

A symmetric I-section (with width of each flange 50 mm,thickness of each flange = 10 mm,depth of web = 100 mm, and thickness of web =10 mm) of steel is subjected to a shear force of 100 kN. Find the magnitude of the shear stress(in N/mm^{2} the web at its junction with the top flange. __________