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A. Rectangle

B. Quadrilateral

C. Parallelogram

D. Tetrahedron

A. Hexahedron

B. Quadrilateral

C. Rectangular prism

D. Tetrahedron

A. Triangle

B. Bar

C. Rectangle

D. Parallelogram

A. Finite elements

B. Infinite elements

C. Dynamic elements

D. Static elements

A. Assemblage

B. Continuum

C. Traction

D. Discretization

A. 0.5

B. 1

C. 2

A. 3

B. 4

C. 5

D. 6

A. Nature of element

B. Type of an element

C. Degrees of freedom

D. Nodes

A. KQ=F

B. KQâ‰ F

C. K=QF

D. Kâ‰ QF

A. Structural mechanics

B. Classical mechanics

C. Applied mechanics

D. Engineering mechanics

A. 1

B. 2

C. 0

A. Particles

B. Molecules

C. Elements

D. Lines

A. 1

B. 2

C. 3

A. Approximate numerical solution

B. Non-boundary value problems

C. Partial differential equations

D. Laplace equations

A. Material

B. Geometry

C. Material and geometry

D. Neither material nor geometry

A. Bar

B. Triangle

C. Hexahedron

D. Tetrahedron

A. 22

B. 33

C. 44

D. 66

A. Shape function

B. Node function

C. Element function

D. Coordinate function

A. Boundary condition

B. Traction

C. Friction

D. Surfacing

A. Axial force

B. Surface force

C. Point load

D. Radial force

A. Axial direction

B. Vertical direction

C. Horizontal direction

D. Inclined direction

A. Triangular element

B. Brick element

C. Truss element

D. Axisymmetric element

A. 3

B. 2

C. 0

A. 3

B. 6

C. 8

D. 9

A. Symmetric about axis

B. Boundary conditions are symmetric about an axis

C. Loading conditions are symmetric about an axis

D. All of the mentioned

A. 1D

B. 2D

C. 3D

D. 4D

A. Preprocessing

B. Solution

C. Post Processing

D. All of the mentioned

A. 3

B. 4

C. 1

D. 2

A. Thermal

B. Soil and rock mechanics

C. Vibration

D. All of the mentioned

A. Elements

B. Modules

C. Links

D. Models

A. The minimum potential energy principle

B. Galerkin's principle

C. Weighted residual method

D. Inverse matrix method

A. Element depth ratio

B. Mode shape ratio

C. Aspect ratio

D. Mode change ratio

A. Mode shapes

B. Shape functions

C. Natural curves

D. Artificial curves

A. Plane stress

B. Plane strain

C. Zero stress

D. Zero strain

A. Local coordinates system

B. Natural coordinates system

C. Global coordinate system

D. Screen coordinate system

A. Stretching of plates

B. Gravity of dams

C. Axisymmetric shells

D. Gravity of plates

A. Inverse matrix method

B. Weighted residual method

C. Galerkinâ€Ÿs principle

D. The minimum potential energy principle

A. K is a banded matrix

B. K is unsymmetric

C. K is an un-banded matrix

D. K is tri-symmetric

A. Very large

B. Very small

C. Assumed by software

D. Zero

A. ANSYS

B. Nastran

C. Abaqus

D. AutoCAD

A. Static analysis

B. Thermal analysis

C. Modal analysis

D. Steady analysis

A. Stress

B. Strain

C. Displacement

D. Temperature

A. Stress distribution

B. Heat flux distribution

C. Pressure distribution

D. Power distribution

A. Steady-state problems

B. Eigenvalue problems

C. Transient problems

D. Eigenvector problems

A. Zero

B. Very small

C. Very large

D. Infinite

A. 3

B. 4

C. 5

D. 6

A. 4

B. 6

C. 8

D. 10

A. 6

B. 8

C. 10

D. 12

A. More

B. Less

C. Depends on other factors

D. Can't say

A. Less

B. More

C. Depends on other factors

D. Can't say