## Theory of Machine The critical speed of a shaft with a disc supported in between is equal to the natural frequency of the system in

Transverse vibrations
Longitudinal vibrations
Torsional vibrations
All of these

## Theory of Machine When a body is subjected to transverse vibrations, the stress induced in a body will be

Tensile stress
Bending stress
Compressive stress
Shear stress

## Theory of Machine The component of the acceleration, perpendicular to the velocity of the particle, at the given instant is called

Tangential component
None of these
Coriolis component

## Theory of Machine In a cam drive with uniform velocity follower, the sharp corners of the displacement diagram are rounded off at the beginning and at the end of each stroke. This is done

In order to have acceleration in beginning and retardation at the end of stroke within the finite limits
Because of loose contact of follower with cam surface
Because the uniform velocity motion is a partial parabolic motion
Because of difficulty in manufacturing cam profile

(1/2π). √(q/I)
1/2π
2π qI
2π. √(q/I)

180°
270°
90°