STRENGTH OF MATERIALS
L | T | P | C |
3 | 0 | 0 | 3 |
Elastic limit - Hooke's law - Poisson's ratio - Bar of uniform strength - Equivalent area of composites sections - temperature stresses - Hoop stress - Volumetric strain - stresses due to different types of axial loading - Gradually and Impact loads.
Stresses on an incline plane – principle stresses - thin cylinders - Circumferential and longitudinal stresses - Wire bound pipes - Thin spherical shells - Biaxial stresses doubly curved walls of pressure vessels
Beams – types - Shear forces and bending moment diagrams. Bending - Theory of simple bending - Practical application of bending equation - Section modulus - Shear stress distribution on a beam section
Center of gravity - centroid of a uniform lamina - centroids of lamina of various shapes - Moment of an Inertia of a lamina - definition - Parallel axes theorem - Perpendicular axes theorem - Moment of Inertia of lamina of different shapes
Pure torsion - Theory of pure torsion - Torsional moment of resistance - Power transmitted by a shaft - Torsional rigidity - Stepped shafts - Keys - couplings - Shear and Torsional resilience- Shafts of non-circular section - Close coiled helical springs
TEXT BOOKS
Rajput R. K., ‘Strength of Materials’, S. Chand, 1996
Ramamrutham S., ‘Strength of Materials’, 8^{th }Edition, Dhanapat Rai, 1992
REFERENCES
1.Ramamrutham S and R. Narayanan, "Strength of Materials’, 7^{th }Edition, 1999
2.Strength of Materials, R.K. Bansal, Laxmi Publications.