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FEM BITS

1 A triangular plane stress element has degrees of freedom [ D ]


[A] 3 [B] 4 [C] 5 [D] 6
2 Number of displacement polynomials used for an element depends on [ C ]
[A] Nature of element [B] type of an element [C] degrees of freedom [D] nodes

3 In weighted residual technique,the methods adopted are [ D ]


[A] point collocation method [B] least squares method [C] galerkins method [D] all
4 The higher order elements are also called as [ A ]
[A] complex elements [B] compound element [C] linear element [D] none
5 The eight node quadrilateral element belongs to. Family fo elements [ A ]
[A] Serendipity [B] interdipity [C] sardipity [D] none
6 The displacement function for 1-D ,two node linear element in terms of shape function will be [ C ]
[A] u = N1u2 + N2u1 [B] u = N2 u1 + N1u2 [C] u = N1u1+N2u2 [D] u = N1u1+N1u2

7 On gathering stiffness and loads ,the system of equations is given by [ A ]


[A] KQ=F [B] KQF [C] K=QF [D] KQF
8 A six noded triangular element is known as [ B ]
[A] linear strain triangular element [B] constant strain triangular element
[C] varaiable strain triangular element [D] differable strain triangular element
The art of subdividing a structure int a convenient number of smaller components isCalled [ A ]
9 [A] discretization [B] numbering of nodes [C] continumm [D] both a &b
10 A three noded triangular element is called as [ B ]
[A]linear strain triangular element [B] constant strain triangular element
[C] varaiable strain triangular element [D] differable strain triangular element

11 Identify the stress strain relationship matrix [ A ]


1 0 10 0 1 0 1 0
0 0 0
[A] . 2 { 11 [B] { 11 [C] { 11 [D] { 01
1 1 2 1 2 1 2
00 2 00 2 00 2 00 2
12 Stiffness mmatrix for 2D CST element [ A ]
[A][] [[D] [[B] A t [B] [] [[D] [[B] A t [C][] [[D] [[B] A t [D][]2[[D] [[B]A t

13 The geometry and other parameters of an element in terms of only one spatial coordinate [ D ]
then the element is
[A] 2 dimensional [B] one dimensional [C] three dimensional [D] none
14 The finite element method is mostly used in the field of [ D ]
[A] structural mechanics [B]classical mechanics [C] applied mechanics [D]engg mecahnics
15 FEM cant produce exact results as those ofmethods [ D ]
[A] analytical [B] logical [C] theoritical [D] all the above
16 Sum of all shape functions is equal to [ C ]
[A] Zero [B] -1 [C] +1 [D] 2
17 The higher order elements are also called as [ A ]
[A] complex elements [B] compound element [C] linear element [D] none
18 At Fixed support The displacements are equal to [ D ]
[A] 1 [B] 2 [C] 3 [D] 0
19 FEM also operates the parameters like [ D ]
[A] heat transfer [B] temperature [C] both A&B [D] none
20 Range of poissons ratio for metals is [ D ]
[A] 0.25-0.33 [B] 0.22-0.45 [C] 0.22-0.25 [D] 0.25-0.50
1 The sub domains are called as [ C ]
[A]Particles [B] molecules [C] elements [D] None

2 If any element is specified by the polynomial of the order of two or more, the element is known [ B]
as
[A] non linear element [B] higher order element [C] both A&B [D] none
3 The shape function of the beam elements are known as [ B ]
[A] hermite shape functions [B] element shape functions
[C] hermite element functions [D] both A&B
4 FEM also operates the parameters like [ C ]
[A] heat transfer [B] temperature [C] both A&B [D] none
5 The total potential energy is the algebraic sum of [ B ]
[A] integral strain energy and work potential
[B] integral strain energy and external work done
[C]integral stress energy and work potential
[D] integral stress energy and external work done
6 In FEM the complex domain defining a continuum is divided into [ B ]
[A] points [B] elements [C] traiangles [D] none
7 The number of nodes for 1 D element are... [ B ]
[A] 1 [B] 2 [C] 3 [D] none
8 Finite element analysis deals with [ A ]
[A] approximate numerical solution [B] non boundary value problems
[C] partial differential equations [D] Laplace equations
9 The sum of shape functions is always [ A ]
[A] 1 [B] 0 [C] infinite [D] None
10 Stiffness matrix depends on [ C ]
[A] material [B] geometry [C] both [D] none
11 The sub domains are called as [ C ]
[A] particles [B] molecules [C] elements [D] None
12 If any element is specified by the polynomial of the order of two or more, the element is known [ B ]
as
[A] non linear element [B] higher order element [C] both A&B [D] none
13 The shape function of the beam elements are known as [ B ]
[A] hermite shape functions [B] element shape functions
[C] hermite element functions [D] both A&B
14 Units for torsion force is [ B ]
[A] N/mm2 [B] N/m [C] Kgf/m [D] Kgf/mm
15 If = = , a constant in two dimensional plane region then the poissons equation is [ B ]
given by
[A] k[2 ) + = 0 [B]2 = 0[C] 2 ) + = 0[D] Q=0
16 For two dimensional plane stress problems, normal and shear stress are [ A ]
[A] zero [B] equal [C] same [D] both a&b
17 For constant strain triangle element, the shape function is [ A ]
[A] +1 +2 3 =1 [B] +1 +2 3 =0
[C] +1 +2 3 =2 [D] +1 +2 3 =4

18 Range of poissons ratio for metals is [ D ]


[A] 0.25-0.33 [B] 0.22-0.45 [C] 0.22-0.25 [D] 0.25-0.50
19 Example of 2-D Element [ B ]
[A] Bar [B] Triangle [C] Hexahedron [D] Tetrahedron
20 For 1-D bar elements if the structure is having 3 nodes then the stiffness matrix formed [ B]
is having order of..
[A] 2*2 [B] 3*3 [C] 4*4 [D] 6*6
1 The force required to produce unit displacement is [ A ]
[A] pressure [B] traction [C] stiffness [D] none
2 The distributed force per unit area on the surface of the body is [ A ]
[A] pressure [B] surface tension [C] traction [D] none
3 Domain is divided into some segments called [ A ]
[A] finite element [B]stiffness matrix [C]node function [D]shape function
4 Unit of body force acting on every elemental volume of the body is [ A ]
[A] force per unit area [B] force per unit length
[C] force per unit volume [D]force per unit time
5 . .are used to find the nodal displacements in all parts of element [ A ]
[A] shape function[B]node function[C]element function [D]coordinate function
6 The .is the numerical method for solving complex problems in wide variety of [ A ]
engineering fields
[A] FEA [B] computational analysis [C] ansys [D] ANSA
7 The nature of loading at various locations and other surfaces conditions called [ A ]
[A] boundary condition [B] traction [C] friction [D]surfacing

8 The truss element can resist only [ A ]


[A] axial force [B] surface force [C] point load [D] none

The truss element can deform only in the [ A ]


9 [A] axial direction [B] vertical direction
[C] horizontal directional [D] inclined direction
10 3-dimensional frames are used to [ D ]
[A] Modelling of cars and bicycle frames [B] aerodynamics
[C] bus frames [D] none
11 Displacement cant be used with ..boundary conditions [ D ]
[A] stress [B] strain [C] temperature [D] none
12 The .is the numerical method for solving complex problems in wide variety of [ A ]
engineering fields
[A] FEA [B] computational analysis [C] ansys [D] ANSA
13 The nature of loading at various locations and other surfaces conditions called [ A ]
[A] boundary condition [B] traction [C] friction [D]surfacing

14 The truss element can resist only [ A ]


[A] axial force [B] surface force [C] point load [D] none
15 Units for torsion force is [ B ]
[A] N/mm2 [B] N/m [C] Kgf/m [D] Kgf/mm
16 The formulae to find the Number of displacements for truss having 3 nodes is. [ A ]
[A]Number of nodes*2 [B] Number of nodes*3
[C] Number of nodes*4 [D] Number of nodes*1
17 At Fixed support The displacements are equal to [ D ]
[A] 1 [B] 2 [C] 3 [D] 0
18 Example of 1-D Element [ A ]
[A] Bar [B] Triangle [C] Square [D] Tetrahedron
19 Transformation matrix is represented by [ C ]
[A] [K] [B] [B] [C] [L] [D] [D]
20 Hinged support is having .. number of reaction forces [ C ]
[A] 1 [B] 2 [C] 3 [D]
1 The art of sub dividing a structure into a convenient number of smaller components is known as [ C]
[A] node [B] elementization [C] discretization [D] numbering
2 The point in the entire structure is defined using coordinates system is known as [D ]
[A] local coordinate [B]natural coordinate
[C]region coordinate [D] global coordinate
3 .magnitude never exceeds unity [ B ]
[A] local coordinate [B] natural coordinate
[C] region coordinate [D] global coordinate
4 The shape function hasvalue at one nodal point andvalue at other nodal point [ C ]
[A] unity, negative [B] positive, negative [C] unity, zero [D] high, low
5 Units for torsion force is [ B ]
[A] N/mm2 [B] N/m [C] Kgf/m [D] Kgf/mm
6 A small unit having definite shape of geometry and node is known as [ B ]
[A] Discrete element [B] finite element
[C] assembled element [D] Infinite element
7 Example for one Dimensional element is .. [ C ]
[A] Triangular element [B] Brick element
[C] Truss element [D] Axisymmetric element
8 The state of stress for a three dimensional body has components. [ A ]
[A] six [B] three [C] two [D] four
9 The determinant of an element stiffness matrix is always [B ]
[A] one [B] zero [C] depends on size of [K] [D] Two
10 Finite element analysis deals with [ A ]
[A] Approximate numerical solutions [B] Non boundary value problems
[C] Partial Differential equations [D] All the above
11 How many nodes are in 3-D brick element [ D ]
[A] 3 [B]6 [C] 5 [D]8
12 A Deformable system is in equilibrium, if the first variation in the total P.E of the system is [ B ]
zerorefers to
[A] theorem of stationary P.E [B] theorem of virtual work
[C] theorem of virtual displacement [D] bettis theorem
13 In one of the property of shape function, summation of shape function [fi] is [C ]
[A] n [B] 2n [C] 1 [D] 0
14 In case of a truss member if there are 3 nodes and each node 2 DOF, then the order of Stiffness [D ]
matrix is
[A] 2x2 [B] 3x3 [C] 2x3 [D] 6x6
15 The truss element can deform only in the .[ a ] [ A ]
[A] axial direction [B] vertical direction
[C] horizontal directional [D] inclined direction
16 The size of the stiffness matrix is equal to the degree of freedom of the [ A]
[A] element [B] node [C] shape function [D] beam
17 In FEM the degree of freedom is often called as [ B ]
[A] shape function [B] nodal displacement[C] element matrix[D] coordinates
18 The final global finite element equation for the complete structure can be written in theMatrix [ C ]
form
[A] {F}=[k]+{u} [B] {F}=[k]-{u} [C] {F=[k]{u} [D] {F=[k]/{u}
19 The number of shape functions will be equal to the number of [ A ]
[A] nodes of element [B] elements of the structure
[C] size of the structure [D] coordinates
20 At Fixed support The displacements are equal to [ D ]
[A] 1 [B] 2 [C] 3 [D] 0
1.LST element has ________nodes. [ D ]
a)3 b)4 c)5 d)6
2.________ elements are preferred to four node rectangular elements [ A ]
a) Triangular b)square c)orthogonal d)None
3.First derivatives of the three node elements are called as [ A ]
a)CST b)LST c)VST d)None
4. In CST element ________ is constant [ B ]
a)Stress b)Strain c)shape function d)All
5. In local co-ordinate system the nodes of the structure are specified by the _______ [ A ]
a)Origin b)End points c)Any point on the element d)None
6. In local co-ordinate system ________case letters are preferred. [ B ]
a)Upper b)Lower c)both a & b d)None
7. The two dimensional elements are called ________elements [ C ]
a) Para symmetric b) dia symmetric c) Axi symmetric d)All
8.To convert Cartesian co-ordinates in to local co-ordinates we use_______ matrix method [ C ]
a) Crammer b)Henry c)Jacobian d)None
9.If the geometry and field displacement variables of the elements are described by the same shape
functions, then these elements are called___________ [ A ]
a) Iso Parametric b)Axi Symmetric c)Super parametric d)Sub Parametric
10.If the geometry of the elements are described by a lower order shape functions ,then these elements
are called _______ [ D ]
a) Iso Parametric b)Axi Symmetric c)Super parametric d)Sub Parametric
11. If the geometry of the elements are described by a Higher order shape functions ,then these
elements are called _______ [ C ]
a) Iso Parametric b)Axi Symmetric c)Super parametric d)Sub Parametric
12.In super parametric elements ,the following condition exists [ B ]
a) i=j b) i<j c) i>j d)none
13.In sub parametric elements ,the following condition exists [ C ]
a) i=j b) i<j c) i>j d)none
14.In iso parametric elements ,the following condition exists [ A ]
a) i=j b) i<j c) i>j d)none
15In FEA, to evaluate the strain displacement matrix we use________ method. [ C ]
a) Crammer b)Henry c)Jacobian d)None
1.The steady state problems are those which are independent of _______ [ A ]
a) time b) temperature c) pressure d) all of the above
2. For 1-D heat conductional element, Temperature function, T= [ A ]
a)N1T1+N2T2 b) N1T1-N2T2 c) N1T1/N2T2 d) none
3.Locus of points through which a fluid particle of fixed identity passes as it moves
in space is [ C ]
a) streamline b) streak line c)path line d) none
4. locus of points in space that all particles falling on the line whose velocity vectors are tangent to the
line is _________ [ A ]
a) ) streamline b) streak line c)path line d) none
5._______flow is a frictionless flow characterized by zero viscosity [ B ]
a) viscous b) inviscid c) intermittent d) none
6._________ problems depends on vertical deflection [ A ]
a) structural b) heat transfer c) both a) and b) d) none
7.Each node in structural problem has ____degrees of freedom [ B ]
a) 1 b)2 c) 3 d)4
8.Each node in heat transfer problem has _____ degrees of freedom [ A ]
a) 1 b)2 c) 3 d)4
9.heat transfer problem depends on [ D ]
a) thermal conductivity b) heat coefficient c) ambient temperature d) all
10.Minimum potential energy method is used to determine [ D ]
a) deflection b) slope c) temperature distribution d) all

11. Governing equation for two dimensional heat conduction is [a]



a) ( ) + ( )+ =0 b) ( ) + ( )+ =0


c) ( )+ ( )+ =0 d) ( )+ ( )+ =0

1.the potential function is given by = [A ]

a) N1P1+N2P2 b) N1P1-N2P2 c) N1P1/N2P2 d) none

2. the volumetric flow rate is given by [ A ]

a) f=VA b) f=V/A c) V=fA d) none

1.________is the reciprocal of period [ B ]

a) displacement b) frequency c) amplitude d) none

2.__________method is used to calculate nodal displacements at several intervals of time [ A ]

a) direct integration b) indirect integration c) both d)none

3.Explicit method is also called ________method [ C ]

a) New marks b) Wilsons c) Central difference d) none

4. Wilsons method is a category of _______ method [B ]

a) Explicit b) Implicit c) both d)all

5. In Wilsons method, acceleration varies _________ [ B ]

a) hyperbolic b) linearly c) as sine wave d) none

1 In below choose which is the correct condition for axisymmetric element [ D ]


[A] Symmetric about axis [B] Boundary conditions are symmetric about axis
[C] Loading conditions are symmetric about axis [D]All the above
2 QST element consist of _________ number of nodes [ C ]
[A] 8 [B] 9 [C] 10 [D] 11
3 Based below condition which is a serendipity triangular element _______ [ A ]
[A] Nodes at corner [B] nodes at centre [C] nodes on element [D] none
4 Heat transfer takes place between solid to liquid is known as____________ [ B ]
[A] conduction [B] convection [C]Radiation [D] all of the above
5 Nodal points greater than geometry points is known as__________ [ B ]
[A] Isoparametric [B] Subparametric [C] Superperametric [D] QST
6 Based on which parameter an polynomial function can be chosen________________ [ C ]
[A] Nodes [B] Nodal points [C] Nodal displacements [D] Elements
7 Transformation axis is also known as _____________ [B ]
[A] transformed axis [B] non-dimensional axis [C] natural coordinates [D] All
8 A six noded triangular element is known as [ A ]
[A] linear strain triangular element [B] constant strain triangular element
[C] varaiable strain triangular element [D] differable strain triangular element
[ D ]
9 Heat transfer takes place due to ________________
[A] conduction [B] convection [C] Radiation [D] T
10 FEM equation for Fluid mechanics Element [B ]
[A]F=KT [B] F=KP [C] F=KU [D] F=KZ
11 Stifness matrix for Axis symmetriceleement is [ A ]
[A] [B]T[D][B]2rt [B] [D]T[D][B]At [C] [B]T[D][L] 2rt [D] [B]T[D][B]At
12 Stiffness mmatrix for 2D CST element [ A ]
[A] [] [D] [B] A t [B] [] [D] [B] A t [C] [] [D] [B] A t [D] []2 [D] [B]A t

13 Jacobian matrix, [J]=

14 In Fluid Mechanics Problems the Unkonown is ____________________ [ B ]

[A] Temperature [B]Potential [C] Displacement [D]Shape functions


15 LST element contains ______________ nodes [ D ]
[A] 1 [B] 2 [C] 3 [D] 6
16 Sum of all shape functions is equal to [ C ]
[A] Zero [B] -1 [C] +1 [D] 2
17 Iso-Parametric Element is _____Element [ B ]
[A] Regular [B] Ir-regular [C] Sub [D] Super
18 Axis-Symmetric element is______________Element [ B ]
[A] 1D [B] 2D [C] 3D [D] 4D
19 FEM also operates the parameters like [ D ]
[A] heat transfer [B] temperature [C] Potential [D] All of the above
20 Range of poissons ratio for metals is [ D ]
[A] 0.25-0.33 [B] 0.22-0.45 [C] 0.22-0.25 [D] 0.25-0.50
In below choose which is the correct condition for axisymmetric element [ D ]
[A] Symmetric about axis [B] Boundary conditions are symmetric about axis
[C] Loading conditions are symmetric about axis [D]All the above
2 QST element consist of _________ number of nodes [ C ]
[A] 8 [B] 9 [C] 10 [D] 11
3 Based below condition which is a serendipity triangular element _______ [ A ]
[A] Nodes at corner [B] nodes at centre [C] nodes on element [D] none
4 Heat transfer takes place between solid to liquid is known as____________ [ B ]
[A] conduction [B] convection [C]Radiation [D] all of the above
5 Nodal points greater than geometry points is known as__________ [ B ]
[A] Isoparametric [B] Subparametric [C] Superperametric [D] QST
6 Based on which parameter an polynomial function can be chosen________________ [ C ]
[A] Nodes [B] Nodal points [C] Nodal displacements [D] Elements
7 Transformation axis is also known as _____________ [B ]
[A] transformed axis [B] non-dimensional axis [C] natural coordinates [D] All
8 A six noded triangular element is known as [ A ]
[A] linear strain triangular element [B] constant strain triangular element
[C] varaiable strain triangular element [D] differable strain triangular element
[ D ]
9 Heat transfer takes place due to ________________
[A] conduction [B] convection [C] Radiation [D] T
10 FEM equation for Fluid mechanics Element [B ]
[A]F=KT [B] F=KP [C] F=KU [D] F=KZ
11 Stifness matrix for Axis symmetriceleement is [ A ]
[A] [B]T[D][B]2rt [B] [D]T[D][B]At [C] [B]T[D][L] 2rt [D] [B]T[D][B]At
12 Stiffness mmatrix for 2D CST element [ A ]
[A] [] [D] [B] A t [B] [] [D] [B] A t [C] [] [D] [B] A t [D] []2 [D] [B]A t

13 Jacobian matrix, [J]=

14 In Fluid Mechanics Problems the Unkonown is ____________________ [ B ]

[A] Temperature [B]Potential [C] Displacement [D]Shape functions


15 LST element contains ______________ nodes [ D ]
[A] 1 [B] 2 [C] 3 [D] 6
16 Sum of all shape functions is equal to [ C ]
[A] Zero [B] -1 [C] +1 [D] 2
17 Iso-Parametric Element is _____Element [ B ]
[A] Regular [B] Ir-regular [C] Sub [D] Super
18 Axis-Symmetric element is______________Element [ B ]
[A] 1D [B] 2D [C] 3D [D] 4D
19 FEM also operates the parameters like [ D ]
[A] heat transfer [B] temperature [C] Potential [D] All of the above
20 Range of poissons ratio for metals is [ D ]
[A] 0.25-0.33 [B] 0.22-0.45 [C] 0.22-0.25 [D] 0.25-0.50
1 Heat transfer takes place between solid to liquid is known as____________ [ ]
[A] conduction [B] convection [C]Radiation [D] all of the above
2 QST element consist of _________ number of nodes [ ]
[A] 8 [B] 9 [C] 10 [D] 11
3 Based below condition which is a serendipity triangular element _______ [ ]
[A] Nodes at corner [B] nodes at centre [C] nodes on element [D] none
4 In below choose which is the correct condition for axisymmetric element [ ]
[A] Symmetric about axis [B] Boundary conditions are symmetric about axis
[C] Loading conditions are symmetric about axis [D]All the above
5 Nodal points greater than geometry points is known as__________ [ ]
[A] Isoparametric [B] Subparametric [C] Superperametric [D] QST
6 Based on which parameter an polynomial function can be chosen________________ [ ]
[A] Nodes [B] Nodal points [C] Nodal displacements [D] Elements
7 Transformation axis is also known as _____________ [ ]
[A] transformed axis [B] non-dimensional axis [C] natural coordinates [D] All
8 A six noded triangular element is known as [ ]
[A] linear strain triangular element [B] constant strain triangular element
[C] varaiable strain triangular element [D] differable strain triangular element
[ ]
9 Heat transfer takes place due to ________________
[A] conduction [B] convection [C] Radiation [D] T
10 FEM equation for Fluid mechanics Element [ ]
[A]F=KT [B] F=KP [C] F=KU [D] F=KZ
11 Stifness matrix for Axis symmetriceleement is [ ]
[A] [B]T[D][B]2rt [B] [D]T[D][B]At [C] [B]T[D][L] 2rt [D] [B]T[D][B]At
12 Stiffness mmatrix for 2D CST element [ ]
[A] [] [D] [B] A t [B] [] [D] [B] A t [C] [] [D] [B] A t [D] []2 [D] [B]A t

13 Jacobian matrix, [J]=

14 In Fluid Mechanics Problems the Unkonown is ____________________ [ ]

[A] Temperature [B]Potential [C] Displacement [D]Shape functions


15 LST element contains ______________ nodes [ ]
[A] 1 [B] 2 [C] 3 [D] 6
16 Sum of all shape functions is equal to [ ]
[A] Zero [B] -1 [C] +1 [D] 2
17 Iso-Parametric Element is _____Element [ ]
[A] Regular [B] Ir-regular [C] Sub [D] Super
18 Axis-Symmetric element is______________Element [ ]
[A] 1D [B] 2D [C] 3D [D] 4D
19 FEM also operates the parameters like [ ]
[A] heat transfer [B] temperature [C] Potential [D] All of the above
20 Range of poissons ratio for metals is [ ]
[A] 0.25-0.33 [B] 0.22-0.45 [C] 0.22-0.25 [D] 0.25-0.50

Stiffness mmatrix for 2D CST element [ ]


[A] [] [D] [B] A t [B] [] [D] [B] A t [C] [] [D] [B] A t [D] []2 [D] [B]A t

2 Jacobian matrix, [J]= [ ]


3 Range of poissons ratio for metals is [ ]
[A] 0.25-0.33 [B] 0.22-0.45 [C] 0.22-0.25 [D] 0.25-0.50
4 Heat transfer takes place due to ________________ [ ]
[A] conduction [B] convection [C] Radiation [D] T
5 In below choose which is the correct condition for axisymmetric element [ ]
[A] Symmetric about axis [B] Boundary conditions are symmetric about axis
[C] Loading conditions are symmetric about axis [D]All the above
6 QST element consist of _________ number of nodes [ ]
[A] 8 [B] 9 [C] 10 [D] 11
7 Iso-Parametric Element is _____Element
[A] Regular [B] Ir-regular [C] Sub [D] Super
8 Based below condition which is a serendipity triangular element _______ [ ]
[A] Nodes at corner [B] nodes at centre [C] nodes on element [D] none
9 Heat transfer takes place between solid to liquid is known as____________ [ ]
[A] conduction [B] convection [C]Radiation [D] all of the above
10 Nodal points greater than geometry points is known as__________ [ ]
[A] Isoparametric [B] Subparametric [C] Superperametric [D] QST
11 Based on which parameter an polynomial function can be chosen________________ [ ]
[A] Nodes [B] Nodal points [C] Nodal displacements [D] Elements
12 Transformation axis is also known as _____________ [ ]
[A] transformed axis [B] non-dimensional axis [C] natural coordinates [D] All
13 A six noded triangular element is known as [ ]
[A] linear strain triangular element [B] constant strain triangular element
[C] varaiable strain triangular element [D] differable strain triangular element
14 FEM equation for Fluid mechanics Element [ ]
[A]F=KT [B] F=KP [C] F=KU [D] F=KZ
15 Stifness matrix for Axis symmetriceleement is [ ]
[A] [B]T[D][B]2rt [B] [D]T[D][B]At [C] [B]T[D][L] 2rt [D] [B]T[D][B]At
16 In Fluid Mechanics Problems the Unkonown is ____________________ [ ]

[A] Temperature [B]Potential [C] Displacement [D]Shape functions


17 LST element contains ______________ nodes [ ]
[A] 1 [B] 2 [C] 3 [D] 6
18 Sum of all shape functions is equal to [ ]
[A] Zero [B] -1 [C] +1 [D] 2
19 Axis-Symmetric element is______________Element [ ]
[A] 1D [B] 2D [C] 3D [D] 4D
20 FEM also operates the parameters like [ ]
[A] heat transfer [B] temperature [C] Potential [D] All of the above
1 Stifness matrix for Axis symmetriceleement is [ ]
[A] [B]T[D][B]2rt [B] [D]T[D][B]At [C] [B]T[D][L] 2rt [D] [B]T[D][B]At
2 LST element contains ______________ nodes [ ]
[A] 1 [B] 2 [C] 3 [D] 6
3 In Fluid Mechanics Problems the Unkonown is ____________________ [ ]
[A] Temperature [B]Potential [C] Displacement [D]Shape functions
4 Sum of all shape functions is equal to [ ]
[A] Zero [B] -1 [C] +1 [D] 2
5 Iso-Parametric Element is _____Element [ ]
[A] Regular [B] Ir-regular [C] Sub [D] Super
6 Axis-Symmetric element is______________Element [ ]
[A] 1D [B] 2D [C] 3D [D] 4D
7 Jacobian matrix, [J]= [ ]

8 Stiffness mmatrix for 2D CST element [ ]


[A] [] [D] [B] A t [B] [] [D] [B] A t [C] [] [D] [B] A t [D] []2 [D] [B]A t

9 FEM equation for Fluid mechanics Element [ ]


[A]F=KT [B] F=KP [C] F=KU [D] F=KZ
10 [ ]
Heat transfer takes place due to ________________
[A] conduction [B] convection [C] Radiation [D] T
11 In below choose which is the correct condition for axisymmetric element [ ]
[A] Symmetric about axis [B] Boundary conditions are symmetric about axis
[C] Loading conditions are symmetric about axis [D]All the above
12 QST element consist of _________ number of nodes [ ]
[A] 8 [B] 9 [C] 10 [D] 11
13 Based below condition which is a serendipity triangular element _______ [ ]
[A] Nodes at corner [B] nodes at centre [C] nodes on element [D] none
14 Heat transfer takes place between solid to liquid is known as____________ [ ]
[A] conduction [B] convection [C]Radiation [D] all of the above
15 Nodal points greater than geometry points is known as__________ [ ]
[A] Isoparametric [B] Subparametric [C] Superperametric [D] QST
16 Based on which parameter an polynomial function can be chosen________________ [ ]
[A] Nodes [B] Nodal points [C] Nodal displacements [D] Elements
17 Transformation axis is also known as _____________ [ ]
[A] transformed axis [B] non-dimensional axis [C] natural coordinates [D] All
18 A six noded triangular element is known as [ ]
[A] linear strain triangular element [B] constant strain triangular element
[C] varaiable strain triangular element [D] differable strain triangular element
19 FEM also operates the parameters like [ ]
[A] heat transfer [B] temperature [C] Potential [D] All of the above
20 Range of poissons ratio for metals is [ ]
[A] 0.25-0.33 [B] 0.22-0.45 [C] 0.22-0.25 [D] 0.25-0.50