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# Strength of Materials

### Overview

This course is an introduction to Strength of Materials, focusing on the mechanics and capacities of solid objects of engineering significance like beams, columns, shafts, etc. In the course, students will be introduced to the fundamental principles of Statics, such as Normal and Shear stresses, Stress-Strain Diagram, and Hookeâ€™s Law, and will then go in-depth to focus on the properties of axially-loaded members, Statically Indeterminate members, Power Shafts and their bending deformations, as well as principles of shearing strain, torsion, and Poisson's ratio. By the end of the course the student should be capable of calculating, analyzing, and interpreting the various effects on solids resulting from stress and strain, such as shearing and bending moments, as well as principles of general state of stress and shear flow in common beams. The student will also learn to calculate, plot, and interpret stress transformations, Max & Principal stresses and other stress components by the use of Mohrâ€™s Circles in Plane Stress.

### Syllabus

Strength of Materials I: Review Principles of Statics, Internal Resultant Loads (1 of 20).
Strength of Materials I: Normal and Shear Stresses (2 of 20).
Strength of Materials I: Stress in Axially Loaded Members (3 of 20).
Strength of Materials I: Stress-Strain Diagram, Hooke's Law (4 of 20).
Strength of Materials I: Deformations of Axially Loaded Members (5 of 20).
Strength of Materials I: Statically Indeterminate Members (6 of 20).
Strength of Materials I: Statically Indeterminate Members, Thermal Stress (7 of 20).
Strength of Materials I: Poisson's Ratio & Multi-Axial Stress (8 of 20).
Strength of Materials I: Shearing Strain, General State of Stress (9 of 20).
Strength of Materials I: Torsion In Circular Shaft (10 of 20).
Strength of Materials I: Angle of Twist, Power Transmission, Indeterminate Shafts (11 of 20).
Strength of Materials I: Power Shafts, Bending Deformation (12 of 20).
Strength of Materials I: Pure Bending, Composite Beams (13 of 20).
Strength of Materials I: Shear & Bending Moment Diagrams (15 of 20).
Strength of Materials I: Load, Shear & Bending Relationships (16 of 20).
Strength of Materials I: Shear & Bending Diagrams Example, Shearing Stresses in Beams (17 of 20).
Strength of Materials I: Shear Flow, Shear in Common Beams (18 of 20).
Strength of Materials I: Stress Transformation, Principal and Max Stresses in Plane Shear (19 of 20).
Strength of Materials I: Mohr's Circle in Plane Stress (20 of 20).

### Taught by

CPPMechEngTutorials

## Reviews

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• Musthak Ahamed
This class was excellent--where have you been all my life? The instructor was incredibly knowledgeable and articulate. This was the first time I have taken a class in a remote format, and I was delighted with it and look forward to coming back to ONLC for more classes in the future. I loved the fact that even though I was in a class with other people, the actual physical space was private and quiet and very conducive to learning! Thank you.

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