Strength of MaterialsDr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Technological University - Mechanical Engineering - SEM III

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• Lectures
• 159 Lectures
• Videos
• 40.19 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 â€˜Strength of Materialsâ€™ 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 â€¦.

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: 9 159 Videos

Chapter No. 1 : Simple Stresses and Strains

12.35

5.48

17.22

05.00

06.39

06.24

05.45

05.48

17.22

06.01

08.37

07.59

04.47

15.24

08.19

17.21

05.03

05.21

13.39

14.45

06.01

11.02

12.48

14.02

16.15

07.07

07.48

06.47

06.54

14.22

09.14

08.21

10.49

11.54

10.23

11.05

07.13

09.57

14.01

16.07

What is Simple Stress & Strain

12.36

Chapter No. 2 : Principle Stresses and Strains

08.27

10.55

36.05

13.27

05.48

08.00

07.24

08.01

10.33

9.28

09.03

05.03

20.54

Problem based on a two mutually perpendicular Stressess acting on a body accompanied by Shear Stress

20.54

Chapter No. 3 : Strain Energy and Resilience

06.09

07.24

07.43

06.52

04.44

Problem 6 on Strain Energy

08.23

Chapter No. 4 : Combined Stresses

28.47

16.05

10.00

06.28

08.21

23.02

19.34

26.52

27.31

18.05

07.23

10.22

12.35

36.08

21.58

21.23

25.27

24.35

Problem on Calculation of limit of eccentricity

36.08

Chapter No. 5 : Shear and Moment in Beams

16.42

08.42

28.01

16.22

12.46

17.28

23.35

22.07

25.15

22.28

34.37

21.57

50.49

29.43

26.12

16.18

18.01

10.57

69.18