Theory Of Structures I

Theory of Structures I Bachelor of Engineering(BE) videos According to syllabus of Institute of Engineering(IoE), Tribhuvan University (TU)

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Last updated Thu, 23-Dec-2021 Nepali
What will I learn?
  • After the completion of this course, students will get complete knowledge of Theory of Structures I and they will able to learn Theory of Structure II in upcoming semester.

Curriculum for this course
86 Lessons 21:00 Minutes
0. Marks Distribution
1 Lessons 05 Minutes
  • 1. Syllabus and Marks Distribution 05 Minutes Free
  • 1. Introduction and types of structures 05 Minutes Free
  • 2. Approaches of Structural Analysis 04 Minutes Free
  • 3. Linearly elastic and Non-linearly elastic structures, Superposition principle 08 Minutes
  • 4. Exam Questions 08 Minutes
  • 1. Introduction (strain energy and complementary energy) 08 Minutes
  • 2. General expression for strain energy (strain energy due to axial stress) 06 Minutes
  • 3. Strain energy due to gradually and suddenly applied loads 05 Minutes
  • 4. Falling or Impact load 06 Minutes
  • 5. Strain energy due to bending 05 Minutes
  • 6. Strain energy due to torsion 04 Minutes
  • 7. Strain energy due to shear 15 Minutes
  • 8. Numerical 1 (impact load) 13 Minutes
  • 9. Numerical 2 (calculation of strain energy) 11 Minutes
  • 10. Numerical 3 (calculation of strain energy) 12 Minutes
  • 11. Numerical 4 (calculation of strain energy, frame structure) 19 Minutes
  • 12. Numerical 5 (deflection calculation by strain energy method or real work method) 07 Minutes
  • 1. Introduction to virtual work 13 Minutes
  • 2. Principle of virtual work (rigid body) 09 Minutes
  • 3. Principle of virtual work (deformable body) 05 Minutes
  • 4. Unit Load Method 09 Minutes
  • 5. The unit load method (application to beam and frame deflection) 13 Minutes
  • 6. Numerical 1 (beam deflection) 11 Minutes
  • 7. Numerical 2 (beam deflection) 14 Minutes
  • 8. Numerical 3 (deflection in frame) 11 Minutes
  • 9. Numerical 4 (deflection in frame) 21 Minutes
  • 10. Numerical 5 (deflection in frame, considering temperature effect) 19 Minutes
  • 11. Effect of misfit and temperature change in addition to direct loading in Truss member 12 Minutes
  • 12. Numerical 6 (unit load method in truss) 26 Minutes
  • 13. Numerical 7 (unit load method in truss) 39 Minutes
  • 1. Topics to be covered 04 Minutes
  • 2. Introduction 07 Minutes
  • 3. Differential equation of flexure 09 Minutes
  • 4. Double Integration method 04 Minutes
  • 5. Calculation of slope and deflection for cantilever beam with point load at its free end (Double Integration method) 11 Minutes
  • 6. Calculation of deflection and slope for simply supported beam loaded with UDL (Double Integration method) 14 Minutes
  • 7. Macaulay's method 14 Minutes
  • 8. Calculation of deflection and slope for a simply supported beam loaded with central point load 14 Minutes
  • 9. Theorems on Area Moment method 09 Minutes
  • 10. Derivations of theorems 09 Minutes
  • 11. Numerical 1 (Moment Area method) 17 Minutes
  • 12. Numerical 2 (Moment Area method) 18 Minutes
  • 13. Numerical 3 (Moment Area method) 25 Minutes
  • 14. Numerical 4 (Moment Area method) 23 Minutes
  • 15. Application of Moment Area method in cantilever beam 07 Minutes
  • 16. Numerical 5 (Moment Area method, overhanging beam) 15 Minutes
  • 17. Numerical 6 (Moment Area method, overhanging beam) 20 Minutes
  • 18. Conjugate Beam method 12 Minutes
  • 19. Derivation of conjugate beam theorems 14 Minutes
  • 20. Sign convention in conjugate beam method 02 Minutes
  • 21. Numerical 7 (Conjugate Beam method) 15 Minutes
  • 22. Numerical 8 (Conjugate Beam method) 26 Minutes
  • 23. Numerical 9 (Conjugate Beam Method, Overhanging beam) 31 Minutes
  • 24. Numerical 10 (Conjugate Beam Method, Overhanging Beam) 20 Minutes
  • 25. Numerical 11 (Conjugate Beam Method, Overhanging Beam) 24 Minutes
  • 26. Numerical 12 (Conjugate Beam Method, Double-sided Overhanging Beam) 30 Minutes
  • 1. Topics to be covered 10 Minutes
  • 2. Moving static loads and influence lines 13 Minutes
  • 3. ILD for statically determinate structures (simply supported beam) 18 Minutes
  • 4. Cantilever beams 15 Minutes
  • 5. Overhanging beam (ILD for support reactions) 21 Minutes
  • 6. Overhanging beam (ILD for SF and BM at CL) 14 Minutes
  • 7. Overhanging beam (ILD for SF and BM at C) 20 Minutes
  • 8. Overhanging beam (ILD for SF and BM at CR) 17 Minutes
  • 9. Use of ILD in Statically Determinate Beams 08 Minutes
  • 10. Numerical 1 (Use of ILD in statically determinate structure) 12 Minutes
  • 11. Numerical 2 (2071 Magh, Concept of ILD in statically determinate beams) 15 Minutes
  • 12. Numerical 3 (2071 Bhadra, Concept of ILD in statically determinate beams) 14 Minutes
  • 13. Influence Line Diagrams for the case of Indirect Load Application (Panel Loadings) 27 Minutes
  • 14. Analysis of Moving Loads in Statically Determinate Structure 07 Minutes
  • 15. Beam Subjected to Moving Single Point Load 16 Minutes
  • 16. Beam Subjected to UDL Longer than Span 16 Minutes
  • 17. Beam Subjected to UDL Shorter than Span 19 Minutes
  • 18. Numerical 4 (Beam Subjected to UDL Shorter than Span) 14 Minutes
  • 19. Beam Subjected to Several Point Loads (condition for maximum SF and BM at a point in beam) 13 Minutes
  • 20. Numerical 5 (Beam Subjected to Several Point Loads) 19 Minutes
  • 21. Beam Subjected to Several Point Loads (conditions for absolute maximum SF and BM in beam) 16 Minutes
  • 22. Numerical 6 (Beam Subjected to Several Point Loads) 10 Minutes
  • 23. Numerical 7 (Beam Subjected to Several Point Loads, Maximum BM under a Point Load) 12 Minutes
  • 24. Numerical 8 (Beam Subjected to Several Point Loads, 2074 Bhadra) 27 Minutes
  • 25. Numerical 9 (Beam Subjected to Several Point Loads) 30 Minutes
  • 26. ILD for Statically Determinate Trusses 10 Minutes
  • 27. Numerical 10, part 1 (ILD for trusses, 2073 Magh) 11 Minutes
  • 28. Numerical 10, part 2 (ILD for trusses, 2073 Magh) 27 Minutes
  • 29. Numerical 10, part 3 (ILD for trusses, 2073 Magh) 15 Minutes
  • 30. Numerical 11 (ILD for trusses, 2072 Magh) 30 Minutes
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    • "Students are required to have knowledge of Applied Mechanics and Strength of Materials, based on syllabus of IoE "
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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 tries to cover all the lessons of Theory of Structures I. This course also includes frequently asked questions with solutions. 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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