BE Automobile Engineering Semester 3 (SE Second Year)University of Mumbai
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# Strength of Materials Semester 3 (SE Second Year) BE Automobile Engineering University of Mumbai Topics and Syllabus

SubjectStrength of Materials
CBCGS [2017 - current]
CBGS [2013 - 2016]
Old [2000 - 2012]

## Topics with syllabus and resources

100.00 Module 1
101.00 Moment of Inertia
• Mass Moment of Inertia ,
• Area Moment Of Inertia,
• Parallel Axis theorem,
• Polar Moment of Inertia,
• Principle axes,
• Principle moment of inertia.
102.00 Stress and Strain
• Definition, Stress- strain,
• uni-axial, bi-axial and tri-axial stresses,
• tensile and compressive stresses,
• shear stress-Elastic limit,
• Hooke’s Law.
103.00 Elastic Constants
• Poission’s Ratio,
• Modulus of elasticity,
• Modulus of rigidity,
• Bulk modulus, Yield stress,
• Ultimate stress.
• Factor of safety,
• state of simple shear,
• relation between elastic constants,
• Volumetric Strain,
• Deformation of tapering members,
• Deformation due to self-weight,
• bars of varying sections,
• composite sections,
104.00 Thermal Stress
200.00 Module 2
201.00 Shear Force and Bending Moment in Beams
• Axial force, shear force and bending moment diagrams for statically determinate beams including beams with internal hinges for different types of loading,
300.00 Module 3
301.00 Stresses in Beams
• Theory of pure Bending, Assumptions,
• Flexural formula for straight beams,
• moment of resistance, bending stress distribution,
• Section moduli for different sections,
• beams for uniform strength, Flitched beams
302.00 Direct and Bending Stresses
• Core of Section,
• Chimneys subjected to wind pressure.
303.00 Shear Stress in Beams
• Distribution of shear stress,
• across plane sections used commonly for structural purposes,
• shear connectors
400.00 Module 4
401.00 Torsion
• Torsion of circular shafts-solid and hollow,
• stresses in shafts when transmitting power,
• shafts in series and parallel
402.00 Strain Energy
• Resilience, proof Resilience,
• strain energy stored in the member due to gradually applies load,
• Strain energy stored due to Shear,
• Bending and Torsion.
500.00 Module 5
501.00 Deflection of Beams
• Deflection of Cantilever,
• simply supported and over hanging beams using double integration and Macaulay’s Method for different type of loadings.
502.00 Thin Cylindrical and Spherical Shells
• Cylinders and Spheres due to internal pressure.
• Cylindrical Shell with hemi spherical End.
600.00 Module 6
601.00 Columns and Struts