Strength Of Materials

Strength Of Materials(SOM) Bachelor of Engineering(BE) videos According to syllabus of Institute of Engineering(IoE), Tribhuvan University (TU)

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Last updated Thu, 19-May-2022 Nepali
What will I learn?
  • After the completion of this course students will get the complete knowledge of "Strength Of Materials".

Curriculum for this course
203 Lessons 34h 0m
0. Introduction
1 Lessons 6m
  • 1. Introduction 6 Minutes Free
  • 1. Introduction 1 17 Minutes Free
  • 2. Introduction 2 13 Minutes Free
  • 3. Basic Concept 3 11 Minutes
  • 4. SF BM and AF of Determinate Structure 16 Minutes
  • 5. SFD,BMD and AFD 8 Minutes
  • 6. Relation Between Load SF and BM 1 10 Minutes
  • 7. Relation Between Load SF and BM 2 8 Minutes
  • 8. Superposition Theorem 7 Minutes
  • 9. Analysis of Rigid Frame 13 Minutes
  • 10. Example No. 1 37 Minutes
  • 11. Example No. 2 50 Minutes
  • 12. Example No. 3 34 Minutes
  • 13. Example No. 4 30 Minutes
  • 1. Center of Gravity and Area 14 Minutes
  • 2. Centroid of Plane Figure 9 Minutes
  • 3. Axis of Symmetry 10 Minutes
  • 4. Centroid of Composite Plane 11 Minutes
  • 5. Moment of Inertia 11 Minutes
  • 6. Radius of Gyration 5 Minutes
  • 7. Perpendicular Axis Theorem 8 Minutes
  • 8. Parallel Axis Theorem 9 Minutes
  • 9. MOI of Plane Figure 8 Minutes
  • 10. MOI of Composite Figure 17 Minutes
  • 11. Product of Inertia 9 Minutes
  • 12. Parallel Axis Theorem for POI 7 Minutes
  • 13. POI of Right Angled Triangle 7 Minutes
  • 14. POI of Quarter Circle 7 Minutes
  • 15. POI of Composite Figure 10 Minutes
  • 16.POI and MOI of Inclined Axes 15 Minutes
  • 17. Principal MOI and Axes 17 Minutes
  • 18. Mohr Circle 10 Minutes
  • 19. Example No. 1 26 Minutes
  • 20. Example No. 2 14 Minutes
  • 21. Example No. 3 18 Minutes
  • 1. Simple Stress 14 Minutes
  • 2. Strain 6 Minutes
  • 3. Stress Strain Relation 18 Minutes
  • 4. Hooke's Law and Youngs Modulus 4 Minutes
  • 5. Deformation of Uniform Bar due to Axial Load 3 Minutes
  • 6. Ultimate Strength and Working Stress 6 Minutes
  • 7. Factor Affecting FOS 7 Minutes
  • 8. Thermal Stress and Strain 9 Minutes
  • 9. Stress Strain for Plain Bar 9 Minutes
  • 10. Stress Strain for Composite Bar 8 Minutes
  • 11. Poisson's Ratio 6 Minutes
  • 12. Shear Stress, Strain and Modulus of Rigidity 7 Minutes
  • 13. Volumetric Strain 12 Minutes
  • 14. Volumetric Strain of Three Mutually Perpendicular Stress System 12 Minutes
  • 15. Relation Between K,E and G 14 Minutes
  • 16. Deformation of Tapering Section 13 Minutes
  • 17. Elongation due to Self Weight of Rectangle and Circular Bar 9 Minutes
  • 18. Elongation due to Self Weight of Tapering Bar 5 Minutes
  • 19. Elongation due to Self Weight of Truncated Cone 12 Minutes
  • 20. Stically Indeterminate Problem 7 Minutes
  • 21. Temperature Stress in Composite Bar 9 Minutes
  • 22. Temperature Stress in End Supported Bar 4 Minutes
  • 23. Stress Concentration 7 Minutes
  • 24. Example No. 1 9 Minutes
  • 25. Example No. 2 6 Minutes
  • 26. Example No. 3 10 Minutes
  • 27. Example No. 4 7 Minutes
  • 28. Example No. 5 5 Minutes
  • 29. Example No. 6 9 Minutes
  • 30. Example No. 7 15 Minutes
  • 31. Example No. 8 10 Minutes
  • 32. Example No. 9 8 Minutes
  • 1. Introduction 10 Minutes
  • 2. Direct shear Condition 17 Minutes
  • 3. Bi axial Stress Condition 10 Minutes
  • 4. Pure Shear Condition 12 Minutes
  • 5. Bi axial and Shear Stress Condition 14 Minutes
  • 6. Principal Plane and Stresses 19 Minutes
  • 7. Maximum Shear Stress 12 Minutes
  • 8. Mohr Circle for Like Stresses 11 Minutes
  • 9. Mohr Circle for Unlike Stresses 7 Minutes
  • 10. Mohr Circle for General Case 18 Minutes
  • 11. Example No. 1 15 Minutes
  • 12. Example No. 2 10 Minutes
  • 13. Example No. 3 10 Minutes
  • 14. Example No. 4 5 Minutes
  • 15. Example No. 5 7 Minutes
  • 16. Example No 6 7 Minutes
  • 17. Example No. 7 15 Minutes
  • 1. Introduction 12 Minutes
  • 2. Analysis of Hoop Stress 9 Minutes
  • 3. Analysis of Longitudinal stress 9 Minutes
  • 4. Strain Analysis 15 Minutes
  • 5. Stress in Spherical Vessel 5 Minutes
  • 6. Strain in Spherical Vessel 6 Minutes
  • 7. Cylindrical Sheet with Hemispherical Ends 8 Minutes
  • 8. Modification for Joints 6 Minutes
  • 9. Example No. 1 9 Minutes
  • 10. Example No. 2 10 Minutes
  • 11. Example No. 3 8 Minutes
  • 12. Example No. 4 5 Minutes
  • 13. Example No. 5 4 Minutes
  • 1. Introduction 10 Minutes
  • 2. Torque 6 Minutes
  • 3. Angle of Twist 6 Minutes
  • 4. Stress due to Torsion 20 Minutes
  • 5. Polar Modulus of Shaft 9 Minutes
  • 6. Shear Stress Distribution for Shaft 9 Minutes
  • 7. Strength of Circular Shaft 12 Minutes
  • 8. Weight of Circular Shaft 8 Minutes
  • 9. Power Transmitted by a Shaft 8 Minutes
  • 10.Torsional Stiffness and Rigidity 4 Minutes
  • 11. Design of Shaft 6 Minutes
  • 12. Composite Circular Shaft 6 Minutes
  • 13. Indeterminate Shaft 6 Minutes
  • 14. Example No. 1 11 Minutes
  • 15. Example No. 2 7 Minutes
  • 16. Example No. 3 10 Minutes
  • 17. Example No. 4 5 Minutes
  • 18. Example No. 5 5 Minutes
  • 19. Example No. 6 5 Minutes
  • 20. Example No. 7 11 Minutes
  • 21. Example No. 8 9 Minutes
  • 1. Introduction 12 Minutes
  • 2. Terminologies Related to Flexure 11 Minutes
  • 3. Bending Equation 14 Minutes
  • 4. Moment Carrying Capacity 10 Minutes
  • 5. Position of Neutral Axis 6 Minutes
  • 6. Section Modulus 7 Minutes
  • 7. Elastic Curve, Slope and Deflection 5 Minutes
  • 8. Relation between Slope Deflection Radiuss of Curvature and BM 12 Minutes
  • 9. Double Integration Method 6 Minutes
  • 10. Macauleys Method 9 Minutes
  • 11. Macauleys Method for udl 8 Minutes
  • 12. Example No. 1 11 Minutes
  • 13. Example No. 2 8 Minutes
  • 14. Example No. 3 6 Minutes
  • 15. Example No. 4 10 Minutes
  • 16. Example No. 5 18 Minutes
  • 1. Introduction 1 10 Minutes
  • 2. Buckling and Bucklind Load 3 Minutes
  • 3. Stability of Column 7 Minutes
  • 4. End Conditions and their Effects 3 Minutes
  • 5. Euler's Formula 7 Minutes
  • 6. Eulers formula for both ends hinged 10 Minutes
  • 7. Eulers formula for one end free one end fixed 10 Minutes
  • 8. Eulers formula for one fixed one hinged 17 Minutes
  • 9. Eulers formula for two fixed ends 14 Minutes
  • 10. Effective length 8 Minutes
  • 11. Radius of gyration 4 Minutes
  • 12. Rankines formula 7 Minutes
  • 13. Example no. 1 9 Minutes
  • 14. Example no. 2 4 Minutes
  • 15. Example no. 3 13 Minutes
  • 16. Example no 4 8 Minutes
  • 17. Example no. 5 7 Minutes
  • 1. 2076 Ashwin
    • 1. Q. No. 1a 14 Minutes
    • 2. Q. No. 1b 31 Minutes
    • 3. Q. No. 2a 1 Minutes
    • 4. Q. No. 2b 19 Minutes
    • 5. Q. No. 3a 5 Minutes
    • 6. Q. No. 3b 14 Minutes
    • 7. Q. No. 4a 7 Minutes
    • 8. Q. No. 4b 1 Minutes
    • 9. Q. No. 5a 1 Minutes
    • 10. Q. No. 5b 1 Minutes
    • 11. Q. No. 6 1 Minutes
    2. 2076 Chaitra
    • 1. Q. No. 1a 2 Minutes
    • 2. Q. No. 1b 1 Minutes
    • 3. Q. No. 2a 2 Minutes
    • 4. Q. No. 2b 19 Minutes
    • 5. Q. No. 3a 6 Minutes
    • 6. Q. No. 3b 15 Minutes
    • 7. Q. No. 4 7 Minutes
    • 8. Q. No. 5 7 Minutes
    • 9. Q. No. 6 9 Minutes
    • 10. Q. No. 7 9 Minutes
    • 11. Q. No. 8 0 Minutes
    3. 2075 Chaitra
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    • 2. Q. No. 1b 2 Minutes
    • 3. Q. No. 2a 3 Minutes
    • 4. Q. No. 2b 16 Minutes
    • 5. Q. No. 3a 1 Minutes
    • 6. Q. No 3b 8 Minutes
    • 7. Q. No. 4a 5 Minutes
    • 8. Q. No. 4b 1 Minutes
    • 9. Q. No. 5a 1 Minutes
    • 10. Q. no. 5b 1 Minutes
    • 11. Q. no. 6 2 Minutes
    4. 2075 Ashwin
    • 1. Q. No. 1 48 Minutes
    • 2. Q. No. 2a 4 Minutes
    • 3. Q. No. 2b 17 Minutes
    • 4. Q. No. 3a 0 Minutes
    • 5. Q. No. 3b 7 Minutes
    • 6. Q. No. 4a 4 Minutes
    • 7. Q. No. 4b 0 Minutes
    • 8. Q, No. 5a 1 Minutes
    • 9. Q. No. 5b 0 Minutes
    • 10. Q. No. 6 1 Minutes
    5. 2078 Bhadra
    • 1. Q. No. 1 50 Minutes
    • 2. Q. No. 2a 25 Minutes
    • 3. Q. No. 2b 4 Minutes
    • 4. Q. No. 3a 0 Minutes
    • 5. Q. No. 3b 6 Minutes
    • 6. Q. No. 4a 14 Minutes
    • 7. Q. No. 4b 14 Minutes
    • 8. Q. No. 5a 15 Minutes
    • 9. Q. No. 5b 5 Minutes
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    • Students are required to have basic knowledge of "Strength Of Materials".
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    The videos herein are strictly based on syllabus of Institute of Engineering Tribhuvan University, Nepal promoting "e-Learning in Nepal" and are made with intention to provide guidance to the "Bachelor in Engineering(BE) appearing students", for securing good results. The course deals with the strength, stability, and rigidity of various structures or machine members such as beam, column, shafts etc. This course also contains the solution of most frequently asked questions in final exam of BE. We strongly believe that, viewers will be benefited from these videos and the thirst of curiosity of viewers will be quenched! Feedbacks and suggestion to improve are always welcome and highly appreciated!

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