Strength of Material

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Language: Hindi

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Whom this course is for

This course is for all those budding civil & Mechanical engineers from diploma colleges and engineering colleges who are keen to learn about Structural engineering and Design make command on this subject.

What you will learn from Strength of Material?

Mechanical and Civil Engineering students will face this subject in second year of engineering. It is completely Conceptual and numerical based subject. It is important because it create the base to the designing part of for both mechanical and civil engineers and also carry heavy weight age of total 12 marks in GATE exam along with other branch related competitive exams. Though being a numerical based subject, the understanding of this subject is very necessary. Each chapter has specific types of problems. If you understand the algorithm of solving those types and practice enough numerical then this is a very easy subject. Once you had cleared your concepts from these videos then directly go for the problems from any reference book. Once you had cleared your concepts from these videos then directly go for the problems from any reference book. If you wish to know special tips and tricks to solve the SFD BMD, Slope and Deflection and Principal Stresses and Strain then you must refer to all the video of this module.

What this course about?

This course offers you the basics of Structural engineering in the form of Strength of Material (SOM) and contain the following topics. Hook's law with Example, STRESS & STRAIN TYPES, STRESS STRAIN CURVE, Poisson's Ratio, Elastic Constant, Material Property, Types of loads, Type of Supports, Types of Beam,  Key points for BMD & SFD, Thermal stress and strain, Factor of Safety (FOS), Principle Stress & Mohair Circle, Torsion, Different Between Bending & Torsion, Column Failure, Effective Length, Principle of Superposition, Failure Theory (Rankine theory), Superposition Principle.

Course Curriculum

DEMO
L01 Hook's law with Example (4:00) Preview
L02 STRESS & STRAIN TYPES (5:00) Preview
L01 Hook's law with Example (4:00)
L02 STRESS & STRAIN TYPES (5:00)
L03 STRESS STRAIN CURVE (12:00)
L04 Poisson's Ratio (8:00)
L05 Elastic Constant (7:00)
L06 Material Property (10:00)
L07 Types of loads (7:00)
L08Type of Supports
L09 Types of Beam (8:00)
L10 BMD & SFD
L11 Thermal stress and strain (5:00)
L12 Factor of Safety FOS (6:00)
L13 Principle Stress & Mohar Circle
L14 Torsion
L15 Different Between Bending & Torsion (4:00)

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