Strength of Materials
Mumbai University - Civil Engineering - SEM III


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  • Lectures
  • 215 Lectures
  • Videos
  • 49.97 Hrs Video

Course Description

This course is explained here:-

 

1. To gain knowledge of different types of stresses, strain and deformation induced in the mechanical components due to external loads.

2. To study the distribution of various stresses in the mechanical elements such as beams, shafts etc.

3. To study Effect of component dimensions and shape on stresses and deformations  

What are the requirements?

In order to understand the subject ‘Strength of Materials’ in depth, you should be well versed with subjects like Basic Mathematics, Engineering Mechanics and Engineering Drawing

What am I going to get from this course?

You will be able to ….

1. Demonstrate fundamental knowledge about various types of loading and stresses induced.

2. Draw SFD and BMD for different types of loads and support conditions.

3. Compute and analyse stresses induced in basic mechanical components.

4. Analyse buckling and bending phenomenon in columns and beams respectively.

Curriculum

Total Chapters: 13 215 Videos

Chapter No. 1 : Shear Force and Bending Moment in Beams

   

Shear Force and Bending Moment (Introduction and Concept)

Preview 16.42

Types of Beams and Types of Loading

Preview 08.42

Problem No. 1 on Shear Force and Bending Moment

28.10

Problem No. 2 on Shear Force and Bending Moment

16.22

Problem No. 3 on Shear Force and Bending Moment

12.46

Problem No. 2 Shear Force and Bending Moment

17.28

Problem No. 1 on Shear Force and Bending Moment

23.35

Problem No. 2 Shear Force and Bending Moment

22.07

Problem No. 3 Shear Force and Bending Moment

25.15

Problem No. 4 Shear Force and Bending Moment

22.28

Problem 1 on Shear Force and Bending Moment for simply supported beam

34.37

Problem 2 on Shear Force and Bending Moment for simply supported beam

21.57

Problem on Shear Force and Bending Moment for the beam as shown in figure

50.49

Problem No 3 on Shear Force and Bending Moment for the beam as shown in figure

29.43

Problem No. 4 on Shear Force and Bending Moment for the beam as shown in figure --

26.12

Problem No. 5 on Shear Force and Bending Moment for the beam as shown in figure -

16.18

Concept of Columns

18.01

Assumptions made in Euler's theory

10.57

Problem No. 6 onShear Force and Bending Moment for the beam as shown in figure

69.18

Problem No. 7 on Shear Force and Bending Moment for the beam as Shown in Figure

30.35

Chapter No. 2 : Stresses and Strains

   

Concept of Stress

Preview 12.35

Concept of Strain

Preview 05.48

Types of Stresses

17.22

Hooke's Law

04.59

Problem on Calculation of Minimum Diameter

06.38

Problem on Calculation of Diameter of Wrought-Iron Rod

06.23

Problem on Finding Diameter of Link Stock

05.45

Problem on Stress, Strain & Reduction in Length of Rod

08.36

Problem on Stress, Strain & Modulus of Elasticity

07.26

Problem on Stress, Strain & Elongation of Rod

07.59

Problem on Finding Minimum Diameter of Steel Cable

04.47

Problem on Calculation of Unknown Load 'P' & Total Elongation

15.23

Problem on Calculation of Stress & Young's Modulus

08.18

Problem on calculation of unknown load & total elongation -

17.21

Concept of Deflection

05.02

Problem on Calculation of Deflection

05.21

Problem on Calculation Of Elastic constants.

13.39

Problem on Calculation of Change in Length of Bar

14.45

Problem on Calculation of Unknown Load 'P'

06.09

Problem on Calculation of Total Elongation of a Bar

11.20

Problem No. 1 Deflection of Stepped Bar

12.48

Problem No. 2 Deflection of Stepped Bar

14.02

Problem on Maximum Axil Pull and Total Elongation

16.15

Problem No. 1 on Force Required to Punch a Hole

07.07

Problem No. 2 on Force Required to Punch a Hole

07.48

Problem No. 1 on Shear Stress

06.47

Problem No. 2 on Shear Stress

06.54

Concept of Temperature Stress and Strain

14.22

Problem No. 1 Temperature Stress and Strain

09.14

Problem No. 2 Temperature Stress and Strain

08.21

Problem No. 3 Temperature Stress and Strain

10.48

Problem No. 4 Temperature Stress and Strain

11.54

Problem No. 5 Temperature Stress and Strain

10.23

Problem No. 6 Temperature Stress and Strain

11.05

Problem No. 7 Temperature Stress and Strain

07.13

Problem No. 1 on Calculation of Stress in Each Material

09.57

Problem No. 2 on Calculation of Stress in Each Material

14.00

Problem No. 3 on Calculation of Stress in Each Material

16.06

Chapter No. 3 : Theory of Simple Bending

   

Concept of Pure - Bending

Preview 10.31

Assumptions Made in the Theory of Simple Bending

Preview 09.51

Flexural Formula

11.25

Derivation of Flexural Formula for Pure Bending

29.05

Bending of Simply Supported and Cantilever Beams

08.52

Bending Stress Distribution Diagram and Section Modulus

18.47

Practical Applications of Flexural Formula

05.44

Problem No. 1 on Bending Stress

11.22

Problem No. 2 on Bending Stress

08.12

Problems No. 3 on Bending Stresses

09.30

Problems No. 4 on Bending Stresses

26.31

Problem No. 5 on Bending Stress

09.55

Problem No. 6 on Bending Stress

08.16

Problem No. 7 on Bending Stress

09.22

Problem No. 8 on Bending Stress

10.27

Problem No. 9 on Bending Stress

22.34

Problems No. 1 on Bending Stresses

13.46

Problems No. 2 on Bending Stresses