Elastic Constants MCQ question and answers
1. How many elastic constants of a linear, elastic, isotropic material will be?
2. How many elastic constants of a non homogeneous, non isotropic material will be?
3. How can be the Poissons ratio be expressed in terms of bulk modulus(K) and modulus of rigidity(G)?
a) (3K – 4G) / (6K + 4G)
b) (3K + 4G) /( 6K – 4G)
c) (3K – 2G) / (6K + 2G)
d) (3K + 2G) / (6K – 2G)
4. Calculate the modulus of resilience for a 2m long bar which extends 2mm under limiting axial stress of 200 N/mm2?
5. In an experiment, the bulk modulus of elasticity of a material is twice its modulus of rigidity. The Poissons ratio of the material is ___________
6. What will be the value of the Poisson’s ratio if the Youngs modulus E is equal to the bulk modulus K?
7. What is the expression for modulus of rigidity in terms of modulus of elasticity and the Poissons ratio?
a) G = 3E / 2(1 + μ)
b) G = 5E / (1 + μ)
c) G = E / 2(1 + μ)
d) G = E/ (1 + 2μ)
8. What is the relationship between Youngs modulus E, modulus of rigidity C, and bulk modulus K?
a) E = 9KC / (3K + C)
b) E = 9KC / (9K + C)
c) E = 3KC / (3K + C)
d) E = 3KC / (9K + C)
9. What is the limiting values of Poisson’s ratio?
a) -1 and 0.5
b) -1 and -0.5
c) -1 and -0.5
d) 0 and 0.5
10. What is the relationship between modulus of elasticity and modulus of rigidity?
a) C = E / 2(1 + μ)
b) C = E / (1 + μ)
c) C = 2E / (1 + μ)
d) C = 2E / 2(1 + μ)