# Civil Engineering Applied Mechanics MCQ – Set 15 :: Civil Engineering

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## Q1. To attain the synchronous orbit, the launch of a satellite, is done from a place

(A) On equator
(B) On 30° latitude
(C) On 45° latitude
(D) On the poles

(A) 70 m/sec
(B) 75 m/sec
(C) 80 m/sec
(D) 90 m/sec

(A) ¾ l
(B) ½ l
(C) l/√2
(D) 2/√3 l

## Q4. Pick up the correct statement from the following. A rubber ball when strikes a wall rebounds but a lead ball of same mass and velocity when strikes the same wall, falls down

(A) Rubber and lead balls undergo equal changes in momentum
(B) Change in momentum suffered by lead ball is less that of rubber ball
(C) Momentum of rubber ball is less than that of lead ball
(D) None of these

(A) 5 sec
(B) 8 sec
(C) 10 sec
(D) 20 sec

## Q6. A cube on a smooth horizontal surface

(A) Cannot be in stable equilibrium
(B) Cannot be in neutral equilibrium
(C) Cannot be in unstable equilibrium
(D) Can be in any of these states

Answer: (D) Can be in any of these states

## Q7. Two objects moving with uniform speeds are 5 m apart after 1 second when they move towards each other and are 1 m apart when they move in the same direction.The speeds of the objects are:

(A) 2 m/sec and 2 m/sec
(B) 3 m/sec and 2 m/sec
(C) 3 m/sec and 3 m/sec
(D) 4 m/sec and 6 m/sec

Answer: (B) 3 m/sec and 2 m/sec

(A) 2 T
(B) 1/2 T
(C) √2 T
(D) 3 T

(A) sin θ
(B) cos θ
(C) tan θ
(D) cosec θ

(A) 0.5 m/sec2
(B) 0.7 m/sec2
(C) 1 m/sec2
(D) 1 cm/sec2

## Q11. When a body of mass M1 is hanging freely and another of mass M2 lying on a smooth inclined plane(α) are connected by a light index tensile string passing over a smooth pulley, the acceleration of the body of mass M1, will be given by

(A) g(M1 + M2 sin α)/(M1 + M2­) m/sec
(B) g(M1 – M2 sin α)/(M1 + M2­) m/sec²
(C) g(M2 + M1 sin α)/(M1 + M2­) m/sec²
(D) g(M2 × M1 sin α)/(M2 – M1­) m/sec²

Answer: (B) g(M1 – M2 sin α)/(M1 + M2­) m/sec²

(A) 5 Newtons
(B) 8 Newtons
(C) 10 Newtons
(D) 12 Newtons

(A) Moment
(B) Momentum
(C) Power
(D) Impulse

## Q14. One end of an elastic string of natural length ‘l’ and modulus ‘X’ is kept fixed while to the other end is attached a particle of mass m which is hanging freely under gravity. The particle is pulled down vertically through a distance ‘x’, held at rest and then released.The motion is

(A) A simple harmonic motion
(B) A rectilinear motion with constant speed
(C) A damped oscillatory motion
(D) None of the above

Answer: (A) A simple harmonic motion

## Q15. Rate of change of angular momentum is equal to

(A) Force
(B) Torque
(C) Linear momentum
(D) Impulse