About Course
This course will help you to understand why engineers have to study the Strength of Material and what is the practical importance of this subject in the engineering world.
You will learn about different types of stresses induced in the body on the application of external load and the deflection induced in the static equilibrium conditions.
Who this course is for:
 This course is designed for students who are interested in understanding how the components of any machine or a structure are designed by an engineer.
Course Content
Strength of Materials

Strength of Materials – Stress
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Types of Stresses
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Strength of Materials – Strain
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Strength of Materials – Hooke’s law
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StressStrain Diagram
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Strength of Materials – Principle of Superposition
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Strength of Materials – Thermal Stresses
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Strength of Materials – Poissonâ€™s Ratio
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Simple Stresses & Strains Example 1
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Simple Stresses & Strains Example 2
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Simple Stresses & Strains Example 3
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Introduction to Oblique Stresses
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CASE 1 Simple Tension
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CASE 2 Pure Shear
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CASE 3 Pure Normal Stresses on Planes
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Generalised 2D Stress System
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Principal Stresses
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Mohrâ€™s Stress Circle
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Mohr Circle Example
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Complex Stresses & Strains Example 1
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Complex Stresses & Strains Example 2
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Shearing Force & Bending Moment Diagram
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Type Of Loads
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Cantilever Beam With Point Load At Free End
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Cantilever Beam With a UDL
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Cantilever Beam With a Gradually Varying Load
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Simply Supported Beam With Point Loads
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Simply Supported Beam Carrying a UDL
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Simply Supported Beam Example
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Bending Stresses Introduction
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Moment of Inertia Calculation
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Combined Bending And Direct Stresses
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Bending Stresses Example
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Shearing Stresses in Beams Introduction
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Shear Stresses in Rectangular Section
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Shear Stresses In I Section
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Shear Stresses in Circle Section
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Shear Centre
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Torsional Equation
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Compound Shafts
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Close Coiled Helical Spring Under Axial
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Close Coiled Spring Example
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Spring Combinations
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Spring Combination Example
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Semi Elliptical & Quarter Elliptical
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Strain Energy In Deflection
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Strain Energy & Deflection of a Simply Supported Beam
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Cantilever With Point Load At Free End
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Cantilever With a UDL
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Deflection Example
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Columns and Struts Introduction
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Column With both Ends Pinned
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Column Fixed at Both Ends
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Column Fixed at one End & Pinned at Other
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Column and Struts Example
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Column and Struts Example
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Thin Cylinder Under Internal Pressure
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Thin Spherical Shell Under Internal Pressure
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Volumetric Strain on Capacity
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Thin Cylinder Example
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Tube Under Combined Loading Example
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Rotational Stresses In Thin Cylinders
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Rotational Stresses In Thin Cylinders Example
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Strength of Materials – Extensometers
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Cambridge Extensometer
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Ewingâ€™s Extensometer
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Huggenberger Extensometer
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Wheatstone Bridge
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Strength of Materials GATE Problem 1
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Strength of Materials GATE Problem 2
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Strength of Materials GATE Problem 3
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Strength of Materials GATE Problem 4
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Strength of Materials GATE Problem 5
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Strength of Materials GATE Problem 6
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Strength of Materials GATE Problem 7
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Strength of Materials GATE Problem 8
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Strength of Materials GATE Problem 9
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Strength of Materials GATE Problem 10
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Strength of Materials GATE Problem 11
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Strength of Materials GATE Problem 12
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Strength of Materials GATE Problem 13
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Strength of Materials GATE Problem 14
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Strength of Materials GATE Problem 15
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