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HOD

Dean

UPES Campus

Tel : +91-135-2770137

Energy Acres

Fax : +91 135- 27760904

P.O. Bidholi, Via Prem Nagar

Website : www.upes.ac.in

COURSE PLAN
Subject:

Strength of Materials

Course: B.Tech ASE, ASE with


Avionis

Duration:

38 Sessions

Subject code: GNEG 226


One Session: 60 Minutes

A. OBJECTIVES:
B. To study and understand the basic concept of body under deformed condition.
C. To study the simple stresses strain characteristics of various components like shafts,
cylinders, joints, beams, and columns.
D. Load, shear and Bending Characteristics.
E. Torsion Characteristics of dynamics loading member
B. COURSE OUTLINE
Sl. No
1.

Unit

Contents

Unit-1

Shear Force and Bending Moment Diagrams

Unit-2

Simple Stress & Strain I

Unit-3

Simple Stress & Strain II

Unit-4

Compound Stress & Strain

Unit-5

Stresses in beams

Unit-6

Torsion

Unit-7

Cylindrical & Spherical shells

Unit-8

Axial Loaded Columns & Combined Stresses

Unit-9

Deflection of Beams

10

Unit-10

Riveted & Welded Joints

C. PEDAGOGY
C.1 Lectures (Power Point Presentation and Black Board)
C.2 Tutorials
C.3 Assignments (No. 7)
C.4 Class Tests (No. 2)
C.5 Quizs (No. 2)
D. COURSE COMPLETION PLAN
E. EVALUATION & GRADING
Description

Weight age

Schedule

1.

Internal Examination

30%

Detailed Below

2.

Mid-term Exam

20%

Academic Calendar

3.

End-term Exam

50%

Academic Calendar

Internal Assessment: Marks 100 (It is based on the individual/group assignment, online
quizzes/test and class room attendance)- Faculty are advise to declare detailed break-up
or scheme for internal assessment.
Mid- Sem Examination: 20% Weightage
Mid- Sem examination shall be of two hour duration and shall be a combination of short
theory questions and numerical problems.
End -Sem Examination: 50% Weightage

End-Sem examination shall be of three hours duration. The examination paper shall have
theory questions, short, long and application oriented problems.
F. DETAILED SESSION PLAN

SESSION

L-1

TOPIC

READINGS

PEDAGOGY

PICTORIAL
REPRESENTATIONS

Introduction to syllabus. Significance of


Strength of Material
Shear Force and Bending Moment

L-2

Shear force and Bending moment diagram


in Simply Supported Beam with
concentrated, Distributed load, and couple.

L-3

Shear force and Bending moment diagram


in Cantilever with concentrated, Distributed
load, and couple.

L-4

Shear force and Bending moment diagram


in compound beam with concentrated,
Distributed load, and couple

L-5

Relation between Shear force , Bending


moment & Loading, Point of contraflexure, Shear force and Bending moment
diagram in Overhanging beams with
concentrated, Distributed load, and couple,

Assignment-1

Page 204-235

Black Board

Problem Solving Session

L-6
Simple Stress & Strain I

L- 7

L-8
L-9
L-10

Normal Stress & Strain, Hookes law


Deformation in prismatic members under
axial load & self-weight
Deformation in stepped, linearly varying
members under axial load & self-weight
Deformation in composite members under
axial load & self-weight

Assignment-II
Class Tect-1
Quiz-1

Black Board

L11

Stress & strain in indeterminate member,


Temperature stresses, Axial force diagrams
Problem Solving Session

L-12
Simple Stress & Strain II

L- 13

L-14

Various types of stresses and strains,


Elastic constants, Generalized Hookes law

Page 1 20

Working Stress concept. Stress due to


impact load using Strain energy concept

Page 30 - 51

Black Board
Assignment-III

&

Problem Solving Session

L-15
Compound Stress & Strain

L-16

Stresses on inclined plane, Principle plane,


Principle stresses & strain.

L-17

Stresses on inclined plane, Principle plane,


Principle stresses & strain.

L-18

Graphical method

L-19

Theories of Failure

Page 91-101

Black Board
Assignment-IV

Problem Solving Session

L-20
Stresses in beams

L-21

L-22

Bending stresses in beams. Theory of


bending, Flexural formula, section modulus
& moment of resistance.

Page 261-309
&

Assignment-V

Black Board

Page 366-371

Shear stress formula, shear stress


determination in symmetrical sections

Problem Solving Session

L-23
Torsion

L-24

Introduction, Theory of Torsion, Shear


stresses in hollow and solid circular shaft
due to torsion. Composite shafts

Page 724-744

Assignment-V

Black Board

L-25

Page 767

Stresses due to combined bending and


torque in shaft, spring concept

Page 812-824
Problem Solving Session

L-26
Axial Loaded Columns & Combined
Stresses

L-27

L-28

Introduction, Buckling effect, Eulers Theory


for axially loaded columns with different
end conditions. Concept of equivalent
length.
Stresses due to eccentric & lateral loads,
Core of section. Rankines Formula

Page 928-931
Assignment-VI

Black Board

Page 945

Problem Solving Session

L-29
Cylindrical & Spherical shells

L-30

L-31

Thin walled cylinders. Stress due to internal


pressure, Change in diameter and volume.

Page 589-620

Black Board
Assignment-VI

Thin walled spheres. Stress due to internal


pressure, Change in diameter and volume.
Problem Solving Session

L-32
Deflection of Beam

L-33

Relation between beam curvature,


deflection and slope

Page 399-405

L-34

Slope & Deflection of determinate beams

L-35

Slope & Deflection of determinate beams

Black Board

Problem Solving Session

L-36
Riveted & Welded Joints

L-37

Assignment-VII

Types of Riveted Joints, Failure of a Rivet


and Riveted Joint, Strength of a Rivet
Strength, Efficiency and design of a

Page 684 -

CLASS TESTII

690

QUIZ-II

Black Board

Riveted Joint
Types of Welded joints, Strength and
Design of Welded joints

L-38

Page 707-714

F. SUGGESTED READINGS:
F: 1 TEXT BOOKS: Strength of Material - R k Rajput
F : 2 REFERENCE BOOKS

A textbook on strength of Material S Ramamurtham


Strength of Material Nash (Schaum Series)
Strength of Material - Timenshenko
A textbook of Engg Mechanics & Strength of Material- IB Prasad
Strength of Material S Subramanyam (Oxford)
Strength of Material R k Bansal

F : 3 VI VIDEO RESOURCES:
freevideolectures.com/Course/96/Strength-of-Materials
www.azom.com/materials-video-details.asp?VidID=124
nanohub.org/resources/2322
www.onesmartclick.com/.../strength-of-material.html www.yourotherteacher.com/browser.html?lID=25056&ct...
DEO RESOURCES (URL LINK) AND NPTEL LECTURES
Wikipedia on Particular Headings

www.wellsphere.com/wellpage/strength-of-materials
www.ebookpdf.net/__free-ebooks-on-strength-of-materials_ebook_.html
www.craftsmanspace.com/free.../strength-of-materials-boyd.html
www.ebookee.com/Strength-of-Materials-Part-1-2_145350.html

GUIDELINES

Cell Phones and other Electronic Communication Devices: Cell phones and other electronic
communication devices (such as Blackberries/Laptops) are not permitted in classes during
Tests or the Mid/Final Examination. Such devices MUST be turned off in the class room.
E-Mail and LMS: Each student in the class should have an e-mail id and a pass word to
access the LMS system regularly. Regularly, important information Date of conducting
class tests, guest lectures, via LMS. The best way to arrange meetings with us or ask specific
questions is by email and prior appointment. All the assignments preferably should be
uploaded on LMS. Various research papers/reference material will be mailed/uploaded on
LMS time to time.
Attendance: Students are required to have minimum attendance of 75% in each subject.
Students with less than said percentage shall NOT be allowed to appear in the end semester
examination.
Passing criterion: Student has to secure minimum 30%/40% marks of the highest marks in
the class scored by a student in that subject (in that class/group class) individually in both the
End-Semester examination and Total Marks in order to pass in that paper.

Passing Criterion for B. Tech: minimum 30% of the highest marks in the class

Passing Criterion for M. Tech: minimum 40% of the highest marks in the class