Arulmigu Kalasalingam College of Engineering
Anand Nagar, Krishnankoil
–
626 190.
Department of
Chemical Engineering
Course Plan
Subject / Code:
MECHANICS OF SOLIDS
/
CH1203
Name of the Staff: A.Senthil Kuma
r
Semester/Year: III /II
1. Aim:
To given
them knowledge on structural, Mechanical properties of Beams,
columns.
2.. Learning outcome and end use:
The students get the knowledge on Mechanic
s of Solids
. This will be beneficial
for the study of specialized electives and project work.
3. Text Book
s and References:
Text Books
T1.
Junarkar, S.B., Mechanics of Structure Vol. 1, 21
st
Edition, Character
Publishing House, Anand, Indian, (1995)
T2.
William A.Nash, Theory and Problems of Strength of Materials, Schaum’s
Outline Series. McGraw Hill Intern
ational Editions, Third Edition, 1994.
4. Web sources:
o
www.google.com
o
www.sciencedirect.com
5. Lesson Plan:
Unit & Unit
No.
Topic Name
Reference
No. of
Periods
Cumul
ative
No. of
Periods
Unit 1
STRESS,
STRAIN
AND
DEFORMA
TION OF
SOLIDS
Rigid bodies an
d
deformable solids
–
forces on solids and
supports
–
equilibrium
and stability
–
strength
and stiffness
–
tension,
compression and shear
stresses
–
Hooke’s law
Tㄺm机㤲9

㤵9
T㈺p机N

㤵
7
7
and simple problems
–
compound bars
–
thermal stresses
–
elastic
constants and poission’s
ratio
–
welded joints
–
design.
Unit 2:
TRANSVER
SE
LOADING
ON BEAMS
Beams
–
support
conditions
–
types of Beams
–
transverse
loading on
beams
–
shear
force and
bending moment
in beams
–
analysis of
cantilevers
T1:pg:960

993
T
2:pg:95

144
8
15
Unit 3:
DEFLECTI
ONS OF
BEAMS
Double integration
method
–
Macaulay’s
method
–
Area
–
moment theorems for
computation of slopes
and deflections in beams
–
conjugate beam
method
T1: pg:995

1077
T2:pg:146

288
9
24
Unit 4:
STRESSES
IN BEA
MS
Theory of simple
bending
–
assumptions
and derivation of
bending equation (M/I =
F/Y = E/R)
–
analysis of
stresses in beams
–
loads carrying capacity
of beams
–
proportioning beam
sections
–
leaf springs
–
flitched beams
–
shear
stress distribution in
beams
–
determination
of shear stress in flanged
beams.
T1:pg:1002

1034,
T2:pg:372

435
7
31
Unit 5:
TORSION
Torsion of circular
shafts
–
derivation of
torsion equation (T/J =
C/R = G0/L)
–
stress
T1:pg:941

956,pg:235

287
T2:pg:205

211
7
38
7. Portions for monthly test:
Monthly test

I
:
Unit 1
Monthly test

II
:
Unit 2,3
Monthly test

III
:
Unit 4,5,6
8. Seminar Topics:
analysis of cantilevers
Macaulay’s method
,
determination of shear stress in flanged beams.
Torsion of circular shafts
Axially loaded short columns
9. Related book
s and Magazines:
REFERENCE
Elangovan, A., Thinma Visai Iyal (Mechanics of Solids in Tamil), Anna
University, Madras, 1995
and deformation in
circular and hollow
shafts
–
stresses
and
deformation in circular
and hollow shafts
–
stepped shafts
–
shafts
fixed at both ends
–
stresses in helical
springs
–
deflection of
springs
–
spring
constant
Unit 6:
COLUMNS
Axially loaded shor
t
columns
–
columns of
unsymmetrical sections
–
Euler’s theory of long
columns
–
critical loads
for prismatic columns
with different end
conditions
–
effect of
eccentricity.
T1:939

941,
T2:30

37
7
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