I am glad to present the book entitled Textbook of Strength of Materials in PDF form of 23.8 MBs to the engineering students of mechanical, civil, electrical, aeronautical and chemical and also to the students of A.M.I.E. examination of Engineering (India).
Well, I was so much fascinated to use this book in my graduation. Strength of materials was always my favorite subject in Civil Engineering as I love numerical and playing with stresses and forces of natures. This subject allows you to understand the objects around you and is purely a physical and natural sciences.
The course-contents have been planned in such a way that the general requirements of all engineering students are fulfilled.
During may long experience of teaching to the engineering students for the past 20 years.
I have observed that the students face difficulty in understanding clearly the basic principles, fundamental concepts and theory without adequate solved problems along with text.
To meet this very basic requirement to the students, a large number of the questions taken from examination of various universities and from other professional and competitive examinations have been solved along with the text.
The book is written in simple and easy-to-follow language, so that even an average students can grasp the subject by self-study.
At the end of each chapter highlights, theoretical questions and many unsolved numerical problems with answer are given for the students to solve them.
Strength of Materials
A textbook of Strength of Materials
Author of Book
Dr. R.K. Bansal
Contents of PDF
- Simple Stress and Strain
- Elastic Constants
- Principle stresses and strains
- Strain energy and impact loading
- Center of gravity and moment of inertia
- Shear force and bending moment
- Bending stresses in beams
- Shear stresses in beams
- Direct and bending stresses
- Dams and retaining walls
- Analysis of perfect frames
- Deflection of beams
- Deflection of cantilever
- Conjugate beam method, propped cantilevers and beams
- Fixed and continuous beams
- Torsion of shafts and springs
- Thin cylinders and spheres
- Thick cylinders and spheres
- Columns and struts
- Riveted joints
- Welded joints
- Rotating discs and cylinder
- Bending of curved beams
- Theories of failures
- Objective type questions
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