Strength Of Materials

Strength Of Materials

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Publisher Vikas Publishing All Civil Engineering books by Vikas Publishing
ISBN 9789325971578
Author: S. S. Bhavikatti
Number of Pages 497
Edition Fourth Edition
Available in all digital devices
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Strength Of Materials by S. S. Bhavikatti
Book Summary:

Over the last 17 years this book has become a students' companion due to its comprehensive coverage, student-friendly approach and the all-steps-explained style. This has made it the best-selling book among all the books on the subject. The author's zeal of presenting the text in line with the syllabuses has resulted in the edition at hand, which continues its run with all its salient features as earlier. Thus, it takes care of all the syllabuses on the subject and fully satisfies the needs of engineering students.

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

1. Use of SI units

2. Summary of important concepts and formulae at the end of every chapter

3. A large number of solved problems presented systematically

4. A large number of exercise problems to test the students' ability

5. Simple and clear explanation of concepts and the underlying theory in each chapter

6. Generous use of diagrams (more than 550) for better understanding

Table of Content:

1. Introduction

2. Simple Stresses and Strains

3. Compound Stresses and Strains

4. Theories of Failure

5. Shear Force and Bending Moment in Statically Determine Beams

6. Stresses in Beams

7. Deflection of Beams by Double Integration Method

8. Deflection of Determinate Beams Using Moment area and Conjugate Beam Methods

9. Deflection of Beams and Rigid Frames by Energy Methods

10. Torsion

11. Thin and Thick Cylinders and Spheres

12. Columns and Struts