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Reviewer in Strength of Materials

This is a portal to Reviewer in Strength of Materials. Basic theories and principles are provided, however, our primary contents are solution to problems. Step-by-step solutions are provided and it is assumed that you are already familiar with the principles. This online reviewer is not a substitute to your textbook but a compliment material for your study to this subject.
 

Topics

Normal Stresses Shear Stress Bearing Stress
Thin-walled Pressure Vessels Stress-strain Diagram Axial Deformation
Shearing Deformation Statically Indeterminate Members Thermal Stress
Torsion Flanged bolt couplings Torsion of thin-walled tube
Helical Springs Shear and Moment Diagrams Relationship Between Load, Shear, and Moment
Load and moment diagrams for a given shear diagram Moving Loads Flexure Formula
Economic Sections Floor Framing Unsymmetrical Beams
Superimposed or Built-up Beams Horizontal Shearing Stress Design for Flexure and Shear
Spacing of Rivets or Bolts in Built-Up Beams Beam Deflection by Double Integration Method Moment Diagrams by Parts
Beam Deflection by Area-Moment Method Deflection of Cantilever and Simply Supported Beams Beam Deflection by Method of Superposition
Beam Deflection by Conjugate Beam Method Propped and Fully-Restrained Beams Double Integration and Superposition Methods to Restrained Beams
Area-Moment Method to Restrained Beams The Three-Moment Equation Reactions of Continuous Beams
Continuous Beams with Fixed Ends Deflections Determined by Three-Moment Equation The Moment Distribution Method
Combined Axial and Bending Eccentrically Loaded Short Compression Member Beams of Different Materials

 

About Strength of Materials

Strength of Materials (also known as Mechanics of Materials) is the study of the internal effect of external forces applied to structural member. Stress, strain, deformation deflection, torsion, flexure, shear diagram, and moment diagram are some of the topics covered by this subject. The knowledge of this subject is a must in Civil Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Materials Engineering, Electrical Engineering, etc. Select a topic below for solved problems in Mechanics and Strength of Materials.
 

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