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Strength of Materials by RK Rajput (Mechanics of Solids), MOS
A comprehensive and lucidly written book, “Strength of Materials” captures the syllabus of most major Indian Universities and competitive examinations as well. The book discusses everything under solids and its mechanics (such as providing different aspects of stresses) and provides the reader with a deeper interest in the subject – all within aptly formed chapters. It also contains typical examples (useful for students appearing in competitive examinations in particular and other students in general), highlights, objective type questions and a large number of unsolved examples for a complete grasp of the subject.
- All concepts are deftly explained in 21 lucidly written chapters.
- Close to 1900 examples, figures, tables and chapter-end highlights aid to the concepts explained.
- More than 900 chapter-end questions, University Questions, GATE & UPSC Examination Questions and 11 Material Testing Experiments (with precautions) for practice.
Table of Content :
- Simple Stresses and Strains
- Principal Stresses and Strains
- Centroid and Moment of Inertia
- Bending Moments and Shearing Forces
- Bending Stresses in Beams
- Combined Direct and Bending Stresses
- Shearing Stresses
- Deflection of Beams
- Fixed and Continuous Beams
- Thin Shells
- Thick Shells
- Riveted and Welded Joints
- Torsion of Circular and Non-circular Shafts
- Strain Energy and Deflection Due to Shear and Bending
- Columns and Struts
- Analysis of Framed Structures
- Theories of Failure
- Stresses Due to Rotation
- Bending of Curved Bars
- Unsymmetrical Bending and Shear Centre