Strength Of Materials

Strength Of Materials

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Publisher Nirali Prakashan All Maintenance & Production books by Nirali Prakashan
ISBN 9789383525447
Author: Dr. Suresh R. Parekar
Number of Pages 608
Edition First Edition
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Strength Of Materials by Dr. Suresh R. Parekar
Book Summary:

The subject 'Strength of Materials' is a foundation stone for any Engineering Course. Today, Engineering applications are mostly interdisciplinary, involving basics of various fundamental subjects. One of such subject of vital importance is "Strength of Materials". The present text is aimed at catering the needs of students appearing for Second Year Degree Course in Mechanical and Production Engineering. This book is strictly written as per the new revised syllabus of Dr. Babasaheb Ambedakar Marathwada University, Aurangabad.

The text gives fundamental and simple treatment to the subject with a clear and distinct presentation of theoretical concepts and well graded numerous examples from different universities.

Audience of the Book :
This book Useful for Mechanical & Production Engineering Students.
Table of Contents:

1. Simple Stresses And Strains (Part-I)

2. Simple Stresses And Strains (Part-II)

3. Shear Force And Bending Moment (Part-A)

4. Shear Force And Bending Moment (Part-B)

5. Bending Stresses In Beams

6. Shear Stress Distribution In Beams

7. Direct And Bending Stresses In Columns

8. Torsion Of Circular Shafts

9. Principal Stresses And Strains

10. Thin Cylinders And Spheres

11. Strain Energy

12. Slope And Deflection Of Beams