Strength of Materials

In mechanics of materials, the strength of a material is its ability to withstand an applied load without failure or plastic deformation.

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In mechanics of materials, the strength of a material is its ability to withstand an applied load without failure or plastic deformation. The field of strength of materials deals with forces and deformations that result from their acting on a material. The major objectives of the subject are (i) to determine maximum stress (internal forces) and maximum deformations in the object and (ii) to know about the factors that control these maximum values. Principles of Solid Mechanics are widely applied in design and analysis of machine components and structures.

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Chapter 1

1.1 Load & is Effect Part 1

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1.1 Load & its effect Part 1 (SOM)

Chapter 2

Basic Concept Of SOM

2.1 Basic Concept of SOM Part 1

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2.1 Basic Concept Of Som-1 (SOM)

Chapter 3

Axial Stress

3.1 Axial Stress ( Bars in Series )

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3.1 Axial Stress Bars in Series (SOM)

Chapter 4

Bending Stress

4.1 Bending Equation

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4.1 Bending Equation (SOM)

Chapter 5

Direct Shear Stress

5.1 Direct Shear Stress & Its Distribution

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5.1 Direct Shear Stress (SOM)

Chapter 6

Pure Torsion

6.1 Torsion Equation

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6.1 Com Pure Torsion Equation (SOM)

Chapter 7

Combined Stress and Strain

7.1 Combined Stress and Strain Part 1

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7.1 Combined Stress and Strain Part 1 (SOM)

Chapter 8

Column & Pressure Vessel

8.1 Cylindrical is Spherical

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Chapter 8 Column & Pressure Vessel

Chapter 9

SFD and BMD

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9.1 Beam,Load & Support SFD & BMD (SOM)

Chapter 10

Slope & Deflection

10.1 Slope & Deflection Part 1

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10.1 Slope And Deflection Part 1 (SOM)

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