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Dept     : MECHATRONICS
Sem      : 4
Regul    : R2019
Faculty : P.Vivekanandhan
phone  : NIL
E-mail  : hodmct@snsct.org
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    Solid Mechanics

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    Solid Mechanics

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    Solid Mechanics

  • Lecture Notes

    Dear Students the Lecture Notes has been uploaded for the following topics:
    Analysis of torsion of circular bars - Shear stress distribution,
    Bars of Solid and hollow circular section - Stepped shaft ,
    Twist and torsion stiffness - Compound shafts ,
    Fixed and simply supported shafts - Application to close ,
    coiled helical springs,
    Maximum shear stress inspring section including Wahl Factor,
    Deflection of helical coil springs under axial loads,
    Designofhelicalcoilsprings,
    stressesinhelicalcoilspringsundertorsionloads.Strainenergy in Torsion,
    Types of beams: Supports and Loads,
    Cantilever simply supported and Overhanging beams ,
    Point of contra Flexure,
    Stresses in beams: Bending and shear stress,
    Biaxial state of stresses - Thin cylindrical and spherical shells,
    Mohr‟s circle for biaxial stresses ,
    Principal Planes Hoop stress and stresses,
    Deformation in thin cylindrical and spherical shells,
    Biaxial stresses at a point,
    Stresses on inclined plane,
    Maximum shear stress

  • Lecture Notes

    Dear Students the Lecture Notes has been uploaded for the following topics:
    Strength, Stiffness and Stability,
    Deformation of simple and compound bars under axial load,
    Elastic constants and their relationship,
    Stresses in Stepped shafts and varying section,
    Stresses; Tensile, Compressive and Shear,
    Types of beams: Supports and Loads,
    Cantilever simply supported and Overhanging beams ,
    Columns- End conditions,
    Evaluation of beam deflection and slope: Double integration method, Macaulay Method ,
    equivalent length of a column,
    Euler equation -Slenderness ratio,
    Shear force and Bending Moment in beams,
    Point of contra Flexure

  • Lecture Notes

    Dear Students the Lecture Notes has been uploaded for the following topics:
    Rigid and Deformable bodies,
    Rigid and Deformable bodies