Mechanics Of Structure (For Polytechnic Students)

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Publisher Vikas Publishing
ISBN 9789325982451
Author: S. S. Bhavikatti
Number of Pages 375
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Mechanics Of Structure (For Polytechnic Students) by S. S. Bhavikatti
Book Summary:

For students of civil engineering, the basic course on Strength of Materials is not enough to start their engineering career. They need an advanced course like Mechanics of Structures to understand strength and stability of several components of civil engineering structures. Hence, Mechanics of Structure is taught to all polytechnic students of civil engineering.

It is written in SI units. Notations used are as per Indian standard codes. Apart from West Bengal Polytechnic students of civil engineering branch, it is hoped that the students of other states with similar syllabus may also find this book useful.

Audience of the Book :
This book Useful for Civil Engineering.
Sailent Feature:

1. 100 per cent coverage of new syllabus

2. Emphasis on practice of numericals for guaranteed success in exams

3. Lucidity and simplicity maintained throughout

4. Nationally acclaimed author of over 40 books

Table of Contents:

1.Volumetric Strain and Elastic Constants

2. Principal Planes and Principal Stresses

3. Shear Force and Bending Moments

4. Stresses in Beams

5. Analysis of Trusses

6. Strain Energy

7. Direct and Bending Stresses

8. Slope and Deflection

9. Application Slope and Deflections Using Moment Area Theorems

10. Beams with One or Both Ends Fixed

11. Continuous Beams and Application of Clapeyrons' Theorem of Three Moments

12. Moment Distribution Method Applied to Beams

13. Application of Moment Distribution Method to Single Storey Single Bay Symmetrical Portal Frame

14. Columns

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