- Types of Stress and Strains
- Elastic Limit and Hooke's Law
- Bars of Varying Cross-section
- Principle of Superposition
- Elongation of Bar under its own Weight
- Uniformly Tapered Bar
- Bars of Composite Section
- Stresses in Nut and Bolt
- Thermal Stresses
- Thermal Stresses in Composite Bars
- Numerical 1 - Stress and Strains
- Numerical 2 - Stress and Strains
- Numerical 1 - Bars of Varying Cross-section
- Numerical 2 - Bars of Varying Cross-section
- Numerical 1 - Principle of Superposition
- Numerical 2 - Principle of Superposition
- Numerical 3 - Principle of Superposition
- Numerical 1 - Uniformly Tapered Bar
- Numerical 1 - Bars of Composite Section
- Numerical 2 - Bars of Composite Section
- Numerical 3 - Bars of Composite Section
- Numerical 4 - Bars of Composite Section
- Numerical 1 - Stresses in Nut and Bolt
- Numerical 1 - Thermal Stresses
- Numerical 2 - Thermal Stresses

- Principal Planes and Principal Stresses
- Stresses in Oblique Section
- Direct Stress in One Plane
- Direct Stresses in Two Mutually Perpendicular Planes
- Simple Shear Stress
- Combined Direct and Shear Stresses
- Position of Principal Planes
- Maximum Shear Stress
- Mohr's Circle
- Drawing Mohr's Circle
- Mohr Circle for Pure Shear
- Mohr Circle as a Point
- Principal Strain
- Plane Strain Transformation
- Strain Gauges & Rossetes
- Numerical 1 - Principal Stresses
- Numerical 2 - Principal Stresses
- Numerical 3 - Principal Stresses
- Numerical 4 - Principal Stresses
- Numerical 1 - Mohr Circle
- Numerical 2 - Mohr Circle
- Numerical 3 - Mohr Circle
- Numerical 1 - Principal Strain
- Numerical 2 - Principal Strain

- Types of Beams
- Types of Loadings
- Shear Force and Bending Moment
- Sign Convention of Shear Force and Bending Moment
- Cantilever with Point Load
- Cantilever with UDL
- Cantilever with UVL
- Simply Supported Beam with Point Load
- Simply Supported Beam with UDL
- Simply Supported Beam with UVL-1
- Simply Supported Beam with UVL-2
- Overhang Beam
- Point of Contraflexture
- Overhang Beam with Point Load
- Overhang Beam with Uniformly Distributed
- Beams with Moments
- Relation Between Shear Force and Bending Moment
- Numerical 1 - SFD and BMD for Cantilever Beam
- Numerical 2 - SFD and BMD for Cantilever Beam
- Numerical 1 - SFD and BMD for Simply Supported Beam
- Numerical 2 - SFD and BMD for Simply Supported Beam
- Numerical 1 - SFD and BMD for Overhang Beam
- Numerical 1 - SFD and BMD for Beams with Moments

- Polar Moment of Inertia
- Torsional Equation
- Torque and Power Transmission
- Torsional Rigidity and Angle of Twist
- Polar Modulus
- Shafts in Series
- Torque at Junction
- Composite Shaft
- Combined Bending and Torsion
- Strain Energy Stored in Shafts
- Closed Coiled Helical Spring
- Angle of Twist in Spring Wire
- Strain Energy Stored in Spring
- Numerical 1 - Torsional Equation
- Numerical 2 - Torsional Equation
- Numerical 1 - Shafts in Series
- Numerical 1 - Composite Shaft
- Numerical 1 - Springs

- Theory of Simple Bending
- Assumptions of Theory of Simple Bending
- Neutral Axis and Moment of Resistance
- Bending Equation
- Centre of Gravity and Moment of Inertia
- Bending Stresses in Symmetrical Sections
- Section Modulus
- Section Modulus for Various Shapes
- Beams of Uniform Strength
- Flitched Beam
- Combined Direct and Bending Stresses
- Limit of Eccentricity-1
- Limit of Eccentricity-2
- Numerical 1 - Bending Equation
- Numerical 2 - Bending Equation
- Numerical 3 - Bending Equation
- Numerical 1 - Moment of Inertia
- Numerical 1 - Combined Stresses

- Shear Stress Basics
- Shear Stress at a Section
- Shear Stress Distribution for Rectangular Section
- Shear Stress Distribution for Triangular Section
- Shear Stress Distribution for Circular Section
- Shear Stress Distribution for I Section
- Numerical 1 - Shear Stress at Different Sections
- Numerical 2 - Shear Stress at Different Sections
- Numerical 3 - Shear Stress at Different Sections

- Introduction to Columns
- Failure of Columns
- Assumptions in Eulers Theory of Columns
- End Conditions for Long Columns
- Both Ends Hinged
- One End Fixed other Free
- One End Fixed Other Hinged
- Both Ends Fixed
- Effective Length of Columns
- Limitations of Euler Formula
- Numerical 1 - Columns
- Numerical 2 - Columns
- Numerical 3 - Columns

- Stresses in Pressure Vessels
- Longitudinal and Hoop Stresses
- Design of Thin Cylindrical Shells
- Strain in Thin Cylindrical Shells
- Spherical Shells
- Cylinder Subjected to Torque
- Wire Wound Thin Cylinders
- Numerical 1 - Cylindrical Pressure Vessels
- Numerical 2 - Cylindrical Pressure Vessels
- Numerical 3 - Cylindrical Pressure Vessels
- Numerical 1 - Spherical Pressure Vessels

- Slope and Deflection of Beams
- Deflection Equation for Sagging Bending Moment
- Deflection Equation for Hogging Bending Moment
- Methods of Finding Slope and Deflection
- Macaulay's Method or Double Integration Method (DIM)
- Cantilever Beam with Point Load (DIM)
- Cantilever Beam with UDL (DIM)
- Simply Supported Beam with Point Load (DIM)
- Simply Supported Beam with UDL (DIM)
- Moment Area Method (MAM)
- Cantilever Beam with Point Load (MAM)
- Cantilever Beam with UDL (MAM)
- Simply Supported Beam with Point Load (MAM)
- Simply Supported Beam with UDL (MAM)
- Conjugate Beam Method (CBM)
- Cantilever Beam with Point Load (CBM)
- Cantilever Beam with UDL (CBM)
- Simply Supported Beam with Point Load (CBM)
- Simply Supported Beam with UDL (CBM)
- Numerical 1 - Double Integration Method
- Numerical 2 - Double Integration Method
- Numerical 1 - Moment Area Method
- Numerical 1 - Conjugate Beam Method
- Numerical 2 - Conjugate Beam Method

- Strain Energy Basics
- Strain Energy for Direct Stresses
- Strain Energy in Pure Shear
- Strain Energy in Torsion
- Strain Energy in Bending
- Castigliano's Theorem
- Strain Energy in Sudden Loading
- Strain Energy in Impact Loading
- Numerical 1 - Strain Energy
- Numerical 2 - Strain Energy
- Numerical 3 - Strain Energy
- Numerical 4 - Strain Energy

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Professor Dr. Deepak khurana with an overall degree in Mechanical Engineering with over 12 years of teaching experience in subjects like heat transfer, thermodynamics, mechanics and IC Engines etc has helped him grow and become an expert in these subjects. his teaching method includes starting from basics ,clearing the concepts and problem solving methods with practical examples. his professional achievements are that he has qualified for GATE 5 times in a row, with best performance in GATE 2008. He has also scored 99.19 %in AIR-145 he has more than 15 publications in national and international conference and journals. he currently works at SDIET, Faridabad as Associate Professor and Head of Department. His motto of teaching is to Simplify the Concepts for better understanding of student for all round achievement. He quotes by saying "understand students potential of understanding the topics is important to excel in exams and archive practical knowledge.

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