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OF CIVIL

Sub.Name : Strength Of Material Batch : 2013-2017

Staff Name :J.Sharmila Academic Year : 2014-15 (Even)

OBJECTIVE

To introduce to the students the strength and basic characteristics of materials for proper

applications in the industry.

LEARNING OUTCOME

A Student can,

1. Analyze two dimensional basic stress, strain, and axial loading problems.

4. Develop and analyze a basic design or mechanical part under combined loading by

computing principal stresses and applying failure theories.

TEXT BOOKS:

T1. Rajput R.K. "Strength of Materials (Mechanics of Solids)", S.Chand & company Ltd.,

New Delhi, 2010.

T2. Egor P Popov, “Engineering Mechanics of Solids”, 2nd edition, PHI Learning Pvt. Ltd.,

New Delhi, 2012

REFERENCES:

R1. Kazimi S.M.A, “Solid Mechanics”, Tata McGraw-Hill Publishing Co., New Delhi, 2003

R2. William A .Nash, “Theory and Problems of Strength of Materials”, Schaum‟s Outline

Series, Tata McGraw Hill Publishing company, 2007.

R3. Punmia B.C."Theory of Structures" (SMTS) Vol 1&II, Laxmi Publishing Pvt Ltd, New

Delhi 2004.

R4. Rattan.S.S., "Strength of Materials", Tata McGraw Hill Education Pvt. Ltd., New Delhi,

2011.

WEB RESOURCES

W1. http://freevideolectures.com/Course/2361/Strength-of-Materials

W2. http://nptel.iitm.ac.in/video.php?subjectId=105105108

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No Reference Methodology Hours No. of

Required periods

UNIT I : ENERGY PRINCIPLES

energy density, strain

energy due to axial load,

shear and flexure

02 Strain energy torsion T1 862 BB 1 3

03 Castiglione’s theorems T1 900-916 BB 3 6

04 Maxwell’s reciprocal R3 305-325 BB 1 7

theorems

05 Principle of virtual T1 520 BB 1 8

work

06 Application of energy T1 529-582 BB 1 9

theorems for computing

deflections in beams

07 Williot mohr’s diagram

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UNIT II : INDETERMINATE BEAMS

08 Concepts of analysis- T1 492-507 BB 2 14

Propped cantilever and

fixed beams

reactions

10 Theorem of three T1 565-570 BB 3 19

moments , Analysis of

continuous beams

11 shear force and bending T1 570-572 BB 2 21

moment diagrams

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UNIT III : COLUMNS

12 Euler’s theory of long T3 926-936 BB 1 25

columns

13 critical loads for T3 936-937 BB 2 27

prismatic columns with

different end conditions

14 Rankine-Gordon T3 955-965 BB 3 30

formula for

eccentrically loaded

columns

15 Eccentrically loaded T3 922-926 BB 1 31

short columns

16 Thick cylinders T2 159-171 BB 1 32

17 Compound cylinders. T3 909-920 BB 1 33

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components of stress

tensor , principal

stresses and principal

planes

Dilatation and

distortion.

20 Theories of failure , T1 1103-1100 BB 3 42

Principal stress

dilatation

Principal strain

energy and distortion

energy theories &

Application in analysis

of stress

22 load carrying capacity T1 207 BB 1 45

and design of members,

Residual stresses

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UNIT V :ADVANCED TOPICS IN BENDING OF BEAMS

of beams of

symmetrical sections.

24 Unsymmetrical bending T1 1213 BB 2 52

of beams of

unsymmetrical sections

25 Curved beams T1 1105-1128 BB 1 53

26 Winkler Bach formula T1 1163 BB 1 54

27 Stress concentration T1 1223 BB 1 55

28 Shear flow T1 1224 BB 1 56

29 Shear Center. T1 1235-1237 BB 1 57

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2. Softwares which are used to design the structure.

Date

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ASSIGNMENT DETAILS

ASSIGNMENT I II III

reference

Deadline

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Faculty name and sign HOD/Civil

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PRINCIPAL

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Descriptive Questions

1. Derivation of strain 1.A fixed beam of AB of length 1. Derive the Euler’s crippling

energy due to shear force 6 m carries point loads of 160 load of the column with one

and torsion. kN and 120 kN at a distance of 2 end is fixed and other end is

m and 4 m from the left end free.

A.Find the fixed end moments

and the reactions at the

supports.Draw BM and SF

diagrams.

a simply supported beam is fixed at the end A and detail.

of a uniformly distributed propped at the end B.It

carrying on entire span carries a point load of 50 kN

using strain energy at the mid span.Level of the

method. prop is at the same level fine

the reactions and draw SFD

and BMD.

3. Draw the shear force and 3. Derive the Euler’s crippling 3. Determine the principal

bending moment diagram load of the column with both moments of inertia for an

of a SSB of span 15 m ends hinged. angle section 80 mmx80

(AB=BC=CD=5m)30 kN mmx10 mm.

at 2.5 m from A span BC

carries an udl of 20 Kn/m

span CD carries a load of

40 KN at 2 m from C.

Short Questions

1. Define strain energy 1. What is clapeyron’s theorem 1. List the theories of failure.

density. of three moments?

2. State Maxwell’s 2. What is meant by pure 2. Mention advantages of fixed

reciprocal theorem. torsion? beam.

3. What are assumptions 3. Define slenderness ratio of a 3. What is meant by factor of

made in Euler’s theory? column. safety?

4. Differentiate safe load 4. Write the limitations of

and buckling load. Euler’s theory. 4. Write winkler bach formula

5. State theorem of three 5. A propped cantilever beam defining each term.

moments. of span l is subjected to an

5. What do you mean by

udl of w/m throughout the

unsymmetrical bending?

span. What is the end

moment at the fixed support?

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