Strength of Materials

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ISBN:

9780199464739

Publication date:

15/06/2016

Paperback

990 pages

241.0x184.0mm

Price: 975.00 INR

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ISBN:

9780199464739

Publication date:

15/06/2016

Paperback

990 pages

241.0x184.0mm

Third Edition

R. Subramanian

This new revised edition of Strength of Materials is a textbook for all undergraduate and diploma courses in civil as well as mechanical engineering disciplines. It is an invaluable resource for professionals and practitioners alike as it offers crisp and precise explanation of concepts underlying the analysis and design of structures. UPSC aspirants can refer this book for good theoretical understanding as well as for solved problems from previous UPSC examinations.

Suitable for: This new revised edition of Strength of Materials is a textbook for all undergraduate and diploma courses in civil as well as mechanical engineering disciplines.

Rights:  World Rights

Third Edition

R. Subramanian

Description

This new revised edition of Strength of Materials is a textbook for all undergraduate and diploma courses in civil as well as mechanical engineering disciplines. It is an invaluable resource for professionals and practitioners alike as it offers crisp and precise explanation of concepts underlying the analysis and design of structures. UPSC aspirants can refer this book for good theoretical understanding as well as for solved problems from previous UPSC examinations. With two newly introduced chapters on Curved Bars and Beams and Stresses due to Rotation, the book not only provides a wider coverage of the subject but it also delves deeper into the chapters through its additional application-oriented solved examples. The improved illustrations depicting all the 2D and 3D structures and their sections provide a better visual readability to the book. This edition is a rich and comprehensive resource for one and all.

Third Edition

R. Subramanian

Table of contents

Chapter 1. Basic Concepts Chapter 2. Simple Stresses and Strains Chapter 3. Bending Moments and Shear Forces Chapter 4. Stresses in Beams Chapter 5. Combined Direct and Bending Stresses Chapter 6. Deformations in Beams Chapter 7. Torsion Chapter 8. Analysis of Principal Planes, Stresses, and Strains Chapter 9. Strain Energy Chapter 10. Columns Chapter 11. Special Topics Chapter 12. Pin-jointed Plane Frames Chapter 13. Bending of Curved Bars and Beams Chapter 14. Stresses Due to Rotation Chapter 15. Introduction to Indeterminate Structural Analysis Chapter 16. Fixed and Continuous Beams

Third Edition

R. Subramanian

Features

New to the Third Edition:

  • Two new chapters—Chapter 14: Bending of Curved Bars and Beams, Chapter 15: Stresses due to Rotation
  • Additional solved examples on bearing stress, flitched beams, elongation in bars, application of Euler and Rankine’s formulae, chimney subjected to wind-pressure, rotating discs and cylinders, mass moment of inertia, etc.
  • Problems and multiple choice questions from previous UPSC examinations solved as ready reference for the UPSC aspirants
  • New application-based solved examples with different load conditions and improved illustrations for better readability of the book
  • Multiple choice questions added in exercises of every chapter with answers.


Online Resources:
For Faculty:
  • Solutions Manual for unsolved problems
  • Solutions Manual to UPSC-based problems
  • Lecture PPTs
  • Figure-only PowerPoint Presentations—2D, 3D
  • coloured/shaded figures

For Students:
  • Multiple Choice Questions
  • Model Question Papers

Third Edition

R. Subramanian

Review

“Solutions of some unique examples are given in the book. They are different from other standard books.” - Prof. Sachin Raval, GTU “The book is an excellent reference for understanding theories in detail with wonderful examples” - Dr Jayanta Pathak, Assam Engineering College

Description

This new revised edition of Strength of Materials is a textbook for all undergraduate and diploma courses in civil as well as mechanical engineering disciplines. It is an invaluable resource for professionals and practitioners alike as it offers crisp and precise explanation of concepts underlying the analysis and design of structures. UPSC aspirants can refer this book for good theoretical understanding as well as for solved problems from previous UPSC examinations. With two newly introduced chapters on Curved Bars and Beams and Stresses due to Rotation, the book not only provides a wider coverage of the subject but it also delves deeper into the chapters through its additional application-oriented solved examples. The improved illustrations depicting all the 2D and 3D structures and their sections provide a better visual readability to the book. This edition is a rich and comprehensive resource for one and all.

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Reviews

“Solutions of some unique examples are given in the book. They are different from other standard books.” - Prof. Sachin Raval, GTU “The book is an excellent reference for understanding theories in detail with wonderful examples” - Dr Jayanta Pathak, Assam Engineering College

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Table of contents

Chapter 1. Basic Concepts Chapter 2. Simple Stresses and Strains Chapter 3. Bending Moments and Shear Forces Chapter 4. Stresses in Beams Chapter 5. Combined Direct and Bending Stresses Chapter 6. Deformations in Beams Chapter 7. Torsion Chapter 8. Analysis of Principal Planes, Stresses, and Strains Chapter 9. Strain Energy Chapter 10. Columns Chapter 11. Special Topics Chapter 12. Pin-jointed Plane Frames Chapter 13. Bending of Curved Bars and Beams Chapter 14. Stresses Due to Rotation Chapter 15. Introduction to Indeterminate Structural Analysis Chapter 16. Fixed and Continuous Beams

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