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Strength of a Material refers to the maximum Internal Resistance offered by a material to the External Load. Load tries to deform a body, thus Stress and Strain develops in a body. This subject deal with the Analysis of Stress and Strain in different loading conditions. The subject Strength of Material is also called as Mechanics of Solids and Mechanics of Deformable Material.

**What will you learn?**

The complete online syllabus of this course comprises **7** Learning Modules | **120** Topics of Learning | **5** Hours of Learning | **42 **Assessments

**Module**

- Simple Stresses and Strains
- Principal Stress and Mohr’s Circle
- Bending Stress in Beams
- Shear Force and Bending Moment Diagram
- Slope and Deflection of Beams
- Torsion in Circular Shafts
- Columns and Struts

**Topics of Learning**

- Introduction to the Strength of Material
- Concept of Stress
- Engineering Stress and True Stress
- Classification of Engineering Stress
- Concept of Strain
- Engineering Strain and True Strain
- Classification of Engineering Strain
- Conditions of Equilibrium
- Saint Venant’s Principle
- Hooke’s Law
- Introduction to Stress and Strain Diagram
- Stress and Strain Diagram for Mild Steel
- Stress and Strain Diagram for Cast Iron
- Modulus of Elasticity
- Modulus of Rigidity
- Bulk Modulus
- Poisson’s Ratio
- Mechanical Properties of Metal
- Elongation of Simple Bar
- Elongation of Compound Bar
- Elongation of Bar of Varying Cross-Section
- Elongation Due to Self Weight
- Thermal Stresses
- 3D Stress Tensor
- Equilibrium Equation for 3-D Stress Element
- Introduction to Generalised Hooke’s Law
- Generalised Hooke’s Law
- Plane Stress Condition
- Stress in Oblique Plain
- Principal Stress
- Plane of Maximum Shear Stress and Pure Shear Stress
- Relationship between Elastic Constants
- Principle Strain and its Analysis
- Introduction to Mohr’s Circle
- Mohr’s Circle for Stress
- Mohr’s Circle for Strain
- Introduction to Beams
- Pure Bending
- Assumptions of Pure Bending
- Bending Stress
- Neutral Axis
- Bending Equation
- Review of Moment of Inertia and Section Modulus
- Application of Bending Equation in a Rectangular-Section
- Application of Bending Equation in a I-Section
- Bending of Composite Beam
- Stress Concentration in Bending
- Beam Subjected to Combined Bending and Direct Stress
- Shear Force
- Bending Moment
- Types of Loading
- Types of Support
- Statically Determinate Beams
- Statically Indeterminate Beams
- SF-BM Diagram for a Cantilever Beam Subjected to Point load
- SF-BM Diagram for a Cantilever Beam Subjected to Uniformly Distributed Load
- SF-BM Diagram for a Cantilever Beam Subjected to Uniformly Varying Load
- SF-BM Diagram for a Cantilever Beam Subjected to a Combination of Different Loads
- SF-BM Diagram for a Cantilever Beam Subjected to a Combination of Different Loads(part-2)
- SF-BM Diagram for a Simply Supported Beam Subjected to Point load
- SF-BM Diagram: SSB Subjected to Point Load Contd.
- SF-BM Diagram for a Simply Supported Beam Subjected to Uniformly Distributed Load
- SF-BM Diagram for a Simply Supported Beam Subjected to Moment
- SF-BM Diagram for a Simply Supported Beam Subjected to a Combination of Different Loads(part-1)
- SF-BM Diagram for a Simply Supported Beam Subjected to a Combination of Different Loads(part-1.2)
- Elastic Curve
- Boundary Condition
- Macaulay’s Method
- Macaulay’s Method: Simply Supported Beam Subjected to Point Load
- Macaulay’s Method: Simply Supported Beam Subjected to Uniformly Distributed Load
- Macaulay’s Method: Cantilever Beam Subjected to Point load at the Free End
- Macaulay’s Method: Cantilever Beam Subjected to Uniformaly Distributed Load
- Moment Area Method: Simply Supported Beam Subjected to Point Load
- Moment Area Method: Simply Supported Beam Subjected to Uniformaly Distributed Load
- Moment Area Method: Cantilever Beam Subjected to Uniformly Distributed Load
- Introduction of Torsion
- Pure Torsion
- Assumptions of Pure Torsion
- Torsion Equation
- Review of Polar Moment of Inertia and Polar Section Modulus
- Application of Torsion Equation for Solid and Hollow Shafts(part1)
- Application of Torsion Equation for Solid and Hollow Shafts(part2)
- Power Transmitted by Solid and Hollow Shafts
- Torsion in Stepped Shafts
- Shaft with Varying Torque
- Compound Shaft
- Combined Stresses in a Circular Shaft (part1)
- Combined Stresses in a Circular Shaft (part2.1)
- Combined Stresses in a Circular Shaft (part2.2)
- Introduction of Columns and Struts
- Columns
- Struts
- Buckling
- Slenderness Ratio
- Radius of Gyration
- Classification Of a Column
- Buckling Factor
- Euler’s Theory Of Buckling
- Limitations Of Euler’s Theory
- Rankine’s Formula & Johnson’s Parabolic Formula
- Column Subjected to Eccentric Loading & Middle Third Rule