Book description
Strength of Materials deals with the study of the effect of forces and moments on the deformation of a body. This book follows a simple approach along with numerous solved and unsolved problems to explain the basics followed by advanced concepts such as three dimensional stresses, the theory of simple bending, theories of failure, mechanical properties, material testing and engineering materials.
Table of contents
 Cover
 Title page
 Contents
 About the Author
 Dedication
 Preface

Chapter 1. Simple Stresses and Strains
 Introduction
 Tensile and Compressive Stresses
 Shear Stress and Shear Strain
 Complementary Shear Stresses
 Stresses on an Inclined Plane
 Bars of Varying Crosssections
 Longitudinal Strain, Lateral Strain and Poisson’s Ratio
 Tapered Bar
 Tapered Flat
 Bars Subjected to Various Forces
 Extension in Bar Due to Selfweight
 Bar of Uniform Strength
 Volumetric Stress and Volumetric Strain
 Statically Indeterminate Problems
 Strain Energy and Resilience
 Sudden Load
 Impact Load
 Tensile Test on Mild Steel
 Stress Concentration
 Factor of Safety
 Key Points to Remember
 Review Questions
 Multiple Choice Questions
 Practice Problems
 Special Problems
 Chapter 2. Composite Bars and Temperature Stresses

Chapter 3. Principal Stresses and Strains
 Introduction
 Stresses on an Inclined Plane (I)
 Stresses on Inclined Plane (II)
 Principal Stresses
 Practical Cases of Principal Planes
 Graphical Solution
 Ellipse of Stresses
 Strain Components
 Strain Components on an Inclined Plane
 Mohr’s Strain Circle
 ThreeDimensional Stresses
 Principal Strains in Terms of Principal Stresses
 Strain Gauge Rosettes
 Rosettes
 Key Points to Remember
 Review Questions
 Multiple Choice Questions
 Practice Problems
 Special Problems
 Chapter 4. Elastic Constants

Chapter 5. Thin Cylindrical and Spherical Shells
 Introduction
 Thin Cylinder Subjected to Internal Pressure
 Thin Spherical Shell
 Cylindrical Shell with Hemispherical Ends
 Wire Winding of Thin Cylindrical Shells
 Pressure Vessel with a Double Curved Wall
 Conical Water Tank
 Key Points to Remember
 Review Questions
 Multiple Choice Questions
 Practice Problems
 Special Problems
 Chapter 6. Thick Shells

Chapter 7. Shear Force and Bending Moment Diagrams
 Introduction
 Different Types of Beams
 Shear Force (Positive and Negative)
 Bending Moments (Positive and Negative)
 SF Diagrams of Beams/Cantilevers Carrying Point Loads
 SF Diagrams of Cantilevers and Beams with UDL
 SF Diagrams of Beam/Cantilevers with Applied Moment
 BM Diagrams of Cantilevers/Beams with Point Loads
 BM Diagrams of Cantilevers/Beams with UDL
 SF and BM Diagrams of Beam/Cantilever with Load Through a Crank
 Variable Loading on a Beam
 Relation Between Rate of Loading, SF and BM in a Beam
 Key Points to Remember
 Review Questions
 Multiple Choice Questions
 Practice Problems
 Special Problems

Chapter 8. Theory of Simple Bending
 Introduction
 Assumptions in Theory of Simple Bending
 Theory of Simple Bending
 Neutral Axis
 Moment of Resistance
 Perpendicular Axes and Parallel Axes Theorems
 Symmetrical ISection
 TSection
 Channel Section
 Unequal ISection
 Modulus of Rupture
 Built Up Sections
 Beams of Uniform Strength
 Composite Beams
 Reinforced Cement Concrete Beam
 RCC Beams (Rectangular Section)
 Stress Concentration in Bending
 Key Points to Remember
 Review Questions
 Multiple Choice Questions
 Practice Problems
 Special Problems

Chapter 9. Shear Stresses in Beams
 Introduction
 Shear Stress Distribution
 Shear Stress Distribution in a Rectangular Section of a Beam
 Shear Stress Distribution in a Circular Section of a Beam
 Curves of Principal Stresses in a Beam
 Directional Distribution of Shear Stresses
 Key Points to Remember
 Review Questions
 Multiple Choice Questions
 Practice Problems
 Special Problems

Chapter 10. Combined Bending and Direct Stresses
 Introduction
 Eccentric Axial Thrust on a Column
 Load Eccentric to Both Axes (Rectangular Section)
 Core of Rectangular Section
 Core of Circular Section
 Core of Any Section
 Wind Pressure on Walls
 Wind Pressure on Chimney Shafts
 Key Points to Remember
 Review Questions
 Multiple Choice Questions
 Practice Problems
 Special Problems

Chapter 11. Deflection in Beams
 Introduction
 Relation Between Bending Moment and Curvature
 Sign Conventions
 Simply Supported Beam with a Central Point Load
 A Beam Carrying UDL with Simply Supported Ends
 A Cantilever with the Point Load at Free End
 A Cantilever with a UDL
 Macaulay’s Method
 Eccentric Load on a Beam
 Impact Loading of a Beam
 Propped Cantilevers
 Stepped Beam
 Slope and Deflection by Area Moment Method
 Conjugate Beam Method
 Deflection
 Slope and Deflection of Stepped Beams
 Key Points to Remember
 Review Questions
 Multiple Choice Questions
 Practice Problems
 Special Problems

Chapter 12. Torsion
 Introduction
 Development of Shear Stress and Angular Twist in a Shaft Due to Twisting Moment
 Modulus of Rupture
 HorsePower Transmitted by a Shaft
 Shafts of Varying Diameters
 Compound Shaft
 Stresses in a Shaft Subjected to Twisting Moment
 Shafts Subjected to T and M
 Torsional Resilience of a Shaft
 Stresses Developed in a Key
 Stress Concentration in Torsional Loading
 Key Points to Remember
 Review Questions
 Multiple Choice Questions
 Practice Problems
 Special Problems

Chapter 13. Springs
 Introduction
 Helical Springs
 Wahl’s Factor
 Closecoiled Helical Spring Subjected to an Axial Load
 Closedcoiled Helical Spring Subjected to an Axial Moment
 Opencoiled Helical Spring
 Opencoiled Helical Spring Subjected to Axial Moment
 Opencoiled Helical Spring—Stresses Developed in Spring Wire
 Plane Spiral Spring
 Conical Spring
 Leaf Spring
 Cantilever Leaf Spring (Quarter Elliptic Spring)
 Key Points to Remember
 Review Questions
 Multiple Choice Questions
 Practice Problems
 Special Problems

Chapter 14. Struts and Columns
 Introduction
 Euler’s Theory of Buckling
 Equivalent Length
 Limitations of Euler’s Theory of Buckling
 Higherorder Differential Equation
 Rankine Gordon Formula
 Johnson’s Parabolic Formula
 Eccentric Loading of Columns
 Professor Perry’s Approximate Formula
 Long Columns with Eccentricity in Geometry
 Professor Perry Robertson Formula
 Lateral Loading of Strut with Point Load
 Strut with an Uniformly Distributed Lateral Load
 Energy Approach
 Key Points to Remember
 Review Questions
 Multiple Choice Questions
 Practice Problems

Chapter 15. Theories of Failure
 Introduction
 Maximum Principal Stress Theory (Rankine’s Theory)
 Maximum Shear Stress Theory (Tresca Theory)
 Maximum Principal Strain Theory (St. Venant’s Theory)
 Strain Energy Theory (Beltrami, Haigh Theory)
 Shear Strain Energy or Distortional Strain Energy Theory (Von Mises Theory)
 Mohr’s Theory of Failure
 Key Points to Remember
 Review Questions
 Multiple Choice Questions
 Practice Problems
 Special Problems
 Chapter 16. Strain Energy Methods

Chapter 17. Bending of Curved Bars
 Introduction
 Stresses in a Curved Bar
 Ah2 for a Rectangular Section
 Value of h2 for Sections Made Up of Rectangular Strips
 Ah2 for a Trapezoidal Section
 Ah2 for a Circular Section
 Ring Subjected to a Diametral Load
 Chain Link Subjected to a Tensile Load
 Deflection of Curved Bar
 Deflection of a Chain Link
 Multiple Choice Questions
 Practice Problems
 Chapter 18. Unsymmetrical Bending and Shear Centre
 Chapter 19. ThreeDimensional Stresses
 Chapter 20. Mechanical Properties

Chapter 21. Material Testing
 Tensile Test on a Specimen Using a Tensometer
 Shear Punching Test on Sheet Sample
 Tensile Test on a Sample Using UTM
 Double Shear Test on a Specimen Using UTM
 Compression Test on a Cast Iron Specimen Using UTM
 Deflection Test on a Bar Using UTM
 Compression Test on Brick
 Compression Test on a Wooden Sample
 Hardness Test—Brinell Hardness Number
 Hardness Test—Rockwell Hardness Number
 Hardness Test—Vickers Pyramid Number
 Izod Impact Test
 Charpy Impact Test
 Torsion Test
 Stiffness of a Helical Spring
 Stiffness of a Leaf Spring
 Chapter 22. Engineering Materials
 Copyright
Product information
 Title: Strength of Materials
 Author(s):
 Release date: April 2012
 Publisher(s): Pearson India
 ISBN: 9788131759097
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