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## applied Mechanics 3rd Sem/Civil/May 2019 Diploma Solved Question Paper

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### Section a applied Mechanics 3rd Sem/Civil/May 2019 Diploma Solved Question Paper

Screw jack works on the principle of __________ . A body which does not change its size and shape under effect of forces acting on it is called a ___________body. Equilibrium force is equal and opposite to the ____________ Force. Resultant of two forces is maximum when angle between them is _____________ Turning effect of force is called _______________. Â The resultant of two unlike parallel forces is equal to their __________ . C.g of a body symmetrical about an axis lies on __________ . Sliding friction is a type of _____________ Friction. Impulse = Mass X __________ . Apparent weight of passenger sitting in freely falling lift is ____________ .

### Section B :applied Mechanics 3rd Sem/Civil/May 2019 Diploma Solved Question Paper

Differentiate between coplanar and non coplanar forces.

What is the Differentiate between coplanar and non coplanar forces.

What is a couple? State characteristics of couple.

Couple and its characteristics of couple.

Differentiate between centroid and C.G.

Differentiate between centroid and C.G.

Define parallelogram law of forces and itâ€™s uses.

Parallelogram law of forces and itâ€™s uses.

Define the following: a. Coefficient of friction b. Limiting force of friction

a. Coefficient of friction

b. Limiting force of friction

Explain the difference between reversible machine and self locking machine.

Difference between reversible machine and self locking machine.

Why does a gun recoil when a bullet is fired?

Why does a gun recoil when a bullet is fired?

Explain law of superposition?

Law of superposition

## applied Mechanics 3rd Sem/Civil /May 2018 Diploma Solved Question Paper

### Section c :-applied Mechanics 3rd Sem/Civil/May 2019 Diploma Solved Question Paper

Find Angle between two forces of magnitude Numerical.

Angle between two forces of magnitude Numerical.

Explain the methods of reducing friction.

Methods of reducing friction.

Define the following a. Mechanical advantage