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The Strength of Materials, additionally referred to as auto mechanics of materials, is a target which handles along with the behaviour of strong (deformable) objects based on pressures and tensions. The concept begins along with the factor to consider the behaviour of a one-dimensional member of structures, whose conditions of tension may be approximated as pair of perspective, and then polarized to three dimensions to create a complete idea of plastic and supply behaviour of products. The research of toughness of components typically pertains to different techniques of working out the stress and tensions, utilizing shafts, the beam of lights, and pillars. The strategies employed to forecast the response of a building under filling and its sensitivity to a variety of breakdown modes think about the buildings of the materials such as return toughness, ultimate strength, Young's modulus, and Poisson's proportion; moreover the mechanical element's macroscopic properties (mathematical properties), including its own size, thickness, border restraints and sudden modifications in geometry like openings.

Chapter 1

INTRODUCTION OF STRENGTH OF MATERIALS

Chapter 2

**Chapter 1 Load & its Effect**

1.1 Load & is Effect Part 1

1.2 Load & is Effect Part 2

1.3 Load & is Effect Part 3

1.4 Load & is Effect Part 4

1.5 Load & is Effect Part 5

1.6 Load & is Effect GATE Questions

Chapter 3

**Chapter 2 Basic Concept Of SOM**

2.1 Basic Concept of SOM Part 1

2.2 Basic concept of SOM Part 2

2.3 Basic concept of SOM Part 3

2.4 Basic concept of SOM Part 4

2.5 Basic concept of SOM GATE Questions

Chapter 4

** Chapter 3 Axial Stress**

** ** 3.1 Axial Stress ( Bars in Series )

3.2 Axial Stress ( Elongation of Different Session )

3.3 Axial Stress ( Bars in Parallel )

3.4 Axial Stress ( Thermal Stress )

3.5 Axial Stress And Thermal Stress GATE Questions

Chapter 5

**Chapter 4 Bending Stress**

4.1 Bending Equation

4.2 Examples based on Bending Equation

4.3 Beam Of Uniform Strength & Bending of Wire

4.4 Bending Stress GATE Questions

Chapter 6

**Chapter 5 Direct Shear Stress **

5.1 Direct Shear Stress & Its Distribution

5.2 Examples on Direct Shear Stress

5.3 Shear Center

5.4 Direct Shear Stress GATE Questions

Chapter 7

**Chapter 6 Pure Torsion**

6.1 Torsion Equation

6.2 Examples on Pure Torsion

6.3 Pure Torsion (Bars in series & parallel)

6.4 Pure Torsion Gate Questions

Chapter 8

**Chapter 7 Combined Stress and Strain**

** ** 7.1 Combined Stress and Strain Part 1

7.2 Combined Stress ans Strain Part 2

7.3 Examples Based on Combined Stress and Strain

7.4 Theory Of Failure

7.5 Mohr's Circle

7.6 Combined Stress and Strain GATE Questions

Chapter 9

**Cheater 8 Column & Pressure Vessel **

** **8.1 Cylindrical is Spherical

8.2 Column & Struts

8.3 Pressure Vessel & Column GATE Questions

Chapter 10

**Chapter 9 SFD and BMD**

** **9.1 Beam Load & Support

9.2 Examples on Reaction Calculation

9.3 Shear Force & Bending moment

9.4 Examples on Shear Force & Bending Moment

9.5 SFD & BMD GATE Questions

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