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    Engineering Mechanics Viva Questions

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    I request all the members of GyanCentral and guests to post Engineering Mechanics viva questions here.
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    Re: Engineering Mechanics Viva Questions

    Q.Look around in the lab and tell me how many Trusses do you see around.
    A. I said the aluminum window panes.

    Q.Where is a flywheel most commonly used? and what is its primary use??
    A. Its primarily used in a printing press, and its used mainly to store large amount of energy, in short bursts of time.
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    Re: Engineering Mechanics Viva Questions

    what is the difference between couple and moment
    -given the force in a diagram, find the moment.
    -explain coplanar forces
    -can coplanar forces be applied to any force system
    -define angle of restitution
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    Re: Engineering Mechanics Viva Questions

    1)what is reaction,or define reaction?
    2)what is equilibrium?explain it with a rough diagram?
    3)conditions of equilibrium?
    4)what is pressure?
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    Re: Engineering Mechanics Viva Questions

    These are the most common questions which has been asked to many students..

    -angle of repose
    -angle of friction
    -what is force scale
    -why is mu(s) greater than mu(k)
    -laws of friction
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    Re: Engineering Mechanics Viva Questions

    What is restitution?
    What is plastic collision?
    What is elastic collision?
    What is limiting friction?
    What is the coefficient of restitution for a plastic collision?
    When is the coefficient of restitution equal to 1?
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    Re: Engineering Mechanics Viva Questions

    ans.2. equilibrium is a state of body in which initial position of the body remains constant or comes to the initial position if any disturbance is caused ....... ans.4. pressure is the force applied on a body per unit area i.e. P= F/A
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