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Study Planner for Strength of Materials CE 6306

Unit- 1 Stress, Strain and Deformation of Solids


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(Tertiary)

No. of Solved Problems


in Lecture Hour

Practicing start Date


Date

1.Define stress and its types


2.State Hooks law.

Simple stresses and


Strains

Part - A

Principal stress
Total number theory questions
studied in lecture hour

Part - B

Simple stresses and


Strains

3.What is meant by
Composite bar?
4.Explain the difference
between Primary strain and
Secondary strain.
5. Define Volumetric Stress.
1.State the uses of Mohrs
circle.
2.Define Principal stress and
Plane.
15
Simple stress problem to find
load, change in length,
percentage of elongation,
factor of safety, volumetric
strain,
Principal of superposition

1. Define Elastic
constants.
2.Define thermal stress
and thermal strain.

1.Justification questions about stress


related terms.
2.Stress related simple problems by
using formula. i.e stress = ( Load/
area)

3. What is statically
indeterminate structure?
4.What is principle of
the superposition?

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Principal stress
Total number of problems solved in
lecture hour

25

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Year

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1+1+1

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14

Starting

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Derivation
for
the
relationship
between
three elastic constants

Problems in Analytical
method.
14

Date

Time

Thermal stress and strain


Compound bar in simple
stress and compound stress.
Problems in Mohrs circle.

Year

14

12

5. Discuss the relation


between the three
modulii.
Problems in Mohrs
Circle with simple shear

Month

Practicing Finish Date

Graphical method.
14

Note Before going to study ensure that you have a copy of syllabus , class lecture notes with formulas to solve the problems. Time require for studying - 3 continuous hours and 2 continuous hours writing practice.

Finishing

Unit- I1 Transverse Loading on Beams and Stresses in Beam

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Often asked
(Primary)

Chapter

Occasionally asked
(Secondary)

Expected
(Tertiary)

No. of Solved Problems


in Lecture Hour

Practicing start Date


Date

1.Types of beams and loads


Shear force and Bending
moment

Part - A

Bending Stress

Shear stress
Total number theory questions
studied in lecture hour

24

Part - B

Bending Stress
Shear stress
Total number of problems solved in
lecture hour

Month

Year

14

14

14

14

14

14

14

14

14

14

14

14

Starting

Calculations of simple loading


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14

14

Over hanging beam

Derivation in simply supported beam


Derivation in cantilever beam
Derivation in over hanging beam

14

Date

Cantilever beam

Problems in symmetrical
sections
Problems in Rectangular
section.

Year

Time

2.Define shear force &


Bending Moment
1. Assumptions of simple
bending.
2.Bending equation, Moment
of resistance , Neutral axis.
1.Define shear stress and
shear center
2.Proporting of sections

Simply supported beam


Shear force and Bending
moment

Calculations with
Simple loading

Month

Practicing Finish Date

Problems in Un symmetrical sections


Problems in other
sections.
14

Derivation in Bending equation.

1
14

Note Before going to study ensure that you have a copy of syllabus, class lecture notes with formulas to solve the problems. Time require for studying - 2 continuous hours and 2 continuous hours writing practice.

Finishing

Unit- II1 Torsion

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Often asked
(Primary)

Chapter

Occasionally asked
(Secondary)

Expected
(Tertiary)

No. of Solved Problems


in Lecture Hour

Practicing start Date


Date

1.Torsional equation
Torsion

Part - A

Springs

Total number theory questions


studied in lecture hour
Part - B

Torsion
Springs

Total number of problems solved in


lecture hour

Formulas for Solid and


Hallow shaft

10
Finding diameter, angle of
twist, length, ratio of the
power transmitted, replacing
of the shaft.
Closed coil helical spring

Year

Date

Month

Year

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14

14

2.Torsional rigidity
1.Types of spring and loads
acting on it
2.Different type of stress
acting on the spring

Month

Practicing Finish Date

Simple problems in springs

Time
Starting

14

14
Stepped shaft

Open coil helical spring


14

Laminated spring
14

Note Before going to study ensure that you have a copy of syllabus, class lecture notes with formulas to solve the problems. Time require for studying - 2 continuous hours and 2 continuous hours writing practice.

Finishing

Unit- IV DEFLECTION OF BEAMS

Category

Often asked
(Primary)

Chapter

Occasionally asked
(Secondary)

Expected
(Tertiary)

No. of Solved Problems


in Lecture Hour

Practicing start Date


Date

slope and deflection


Part - A

Total number theory questions


studied in lecture hour

Part - B

Slope and deflection

Total number of problems solved in


lecture hour

1.What are the methods


for finding out the slope
and
deflection
at
a
section?
2. Why moment area
method is more useful,
when
compared
with
double
integration?
3.Explain the Theorem for
conjugate beam method?
4.What are the points to
be worth for conjugate
beam method?
5.Define
method
of
Singularity functions?
6.Explain the Theorem for
conjugate beam method?
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1.Simple
problems in
beams.
2. Standard
formulas

Year

Date

Month

Year

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Time
Starting

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1.Macaulays method

1.
Moment 1.Derivation
for
area method
standard cases

2. Conjugate method

2.
Strain
energy

Month

Practicing Finish Date

14

the

14

Note Before going to study ensure that you have a copy of syllabus, class lecture notes with formulas to solve the problems. Time require for studying - 3 continuous hours and 2 continuous hours writing practice.

Finishing

Unit- V THIN CYLINDERS, SPHERES AND THICK CYLINDERS


Category

Often asked
(Primary)

Chapter

Occasionally asked
(Secondary)

Expected
(Tertiary)

No. of Solved Problems


in Lecture Hour

Practicing start Date


Date

Define Hoop , Longitudinal


stress
Thin cylinder
Types of stress acting in
cylinders
Definition for thick cylinder
Thick cylinder and
Part - A
spherical shells
Application of cylinders
Total number theory questions studied in lecture
6
hour
Finding the change in
volume, change in diameter
Part - B
Thin cylinder
and thickness
Thick cylinder and
spherical shells
Total number of problems solved in
lecture hour

Definition thin cylinder

Problems in simple cases

Year

Date

Month

Year

14

14

14

14

14
14

14
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5+4

14

14

1+1+1

14

14

Time
Starting

14

14

Finding the change in


volume, change in diameter
and thickness
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12

Month

Practicing Finish Date

14

Note Before going to study ensure that you have a copy of syllabus, class lecture notes with formulas to solve the problems. Time require for studying - 2 continuous hours and 2 continuous hours writing practice.
Self Evaluation Table
Unit

Title

Total Number of hours

Stress and deformation in


solids

II

Transverse loading in beams

III

Torsion

IV

Deflection in beams

Thin , Thick cylinders and


cylindrical shells

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Completed date

Remarks

Finishing