Advanced Strength of Materials

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In this course, Prof. Surjya Kumar Maiti gives 40 video lectures on Advanced Strength of Materials. Some of the topics covered are: Stress and Strains in 3D, Cauchy Formula, Principal Stress, Hydrostatic Stress, Deviatoric Stress, Stress Transformations, Mohr Circle, Octahedral Shear Stress, Strain Energy Densities, Theories of Failure, Beam on Elastic Foundations, Bending of Curved Beams, Crane Hooks & Chains, Torsion of Non-circular Members, Hollow Members, Thin Walled Sections, Membrane Analogy, Columns, Straight & Initially Curved Columns, Rankine Formula, Energy Methods, Energy Theorems, Use of Energy Theories for Calculating Deflections, Twists, Solution to Torsion (Non-circular) Problems, Unsymmetrical Bending, Shear Centre, Introduction to Photoelasticity, and many more.

Advanced Strength of Materials

 Prof. Surjya Kumar Maiti in Lecture 38.
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antony wrote 7 years ago.
shear centre

antony wrote 7 years ago.
shear centre

antony wrote 7 years ago.
relative displacement tensor and stress tensor

Kamlesh wrote 8 years ago.
When i saw ur matter its amazing i will b surprise by u
thanx


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