Enrolling in this **[course_title] **will enhance your knowledge about mechanics of deformable bodies and introduces you to its four concepts, such as force, stress, strain, displacement.

Additionally, you will learn more about the four equations that connect them, such as equilibrium equations, constitutive relation, compatibility condition and strain displacement relation. Learn to solve problems of engineering by adopting systematic procedure. The relation between force and displacement of structural elements also discussed in this course.

**Assessment**

This course does not involve any written exams. Students need to answer 5 assignment questions to complete the course, the answers will be in the form of written work in pdf or word. Students can write the answers in their own time. Each answer needs to be 200 words (1 Page). Once the answers are submitted, the tutor will check and assess the work.

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Course Credit: NPTEL

### Course Curriculum

2D Equilibrium equations | 00:19:00 | ||

3D Equilibrium equations | 00:29:00 | ||

Bending equation | 00:15:00 | ||

Bending equation about arbitrary axis | 00:12:00 | ||

Bending equation for bending about principal axis | 00:19:00 | ||

Bending of a composite beam | 00:21:00 | ||

Biaxial and Plane state of stress | 00:06:00 | ||

Bulk Modulus | 00:14:00 | ||

Change in Angle | 00:23:00 | ||

Compatibility condition | 00:16:00 | ||

Concept of Force | 00:07:00 | ||

Concepts and equations in this course | 00:13:00 | ||

Connection design 1 | 00:10:00 | ||

Connection design 2 | 00:16:00 | ||

Constitutive relation | 00:16:00 | ||

Curves and arc Length | 00:16:00 | ||

Cylindrical polar coordinate system | 00:13:00 | ||

Definition of a body | 00:16:00 | ||

Definition of shear center | 00:08:00 | ||

Deflected shape and rotation of cross section 1 | 00:28:00 | ||

Deflected shape and rotation of cross section 2 | 00:17:00 | ||

Defnition of stress tensor and linear function | 00:12:00 | ||

Deformation and displacement Gradient | 00:06:00 | ||

Determination of maximum load carrying capacity of a simple truss | 00:17:00 | ||

Different failure modes | 00:08:00 | ||

Displacement field 1 | 00:15:00 | ||

Displacement field 2 | 00:06:00 | ||

Displacement field 3 | 00:19:00 | ||

Drucker-Prager Condition | 00:04:00 | ||

Engineering strain | 00:15:00 | ||

Euler critical load for column with any boundary condition | 00:19:00 | ||

Euler critical load for simply supported column | 00:33:00 | ||

Example 2: Extremum normal and shear stress | 00:18:00 | ||

Example 3: Transformation of stress components | 00:19:00 | ||

Example problems | 00:17:00 | ||

Example problems : Thick walled cylindrical vessel | 00:15:00 | ||

Example problems: Open sections | 00:13:00 | ||

Example problems: Thin walled sections | 00:07:00 | ||

Example: Angle section | 00:19:00 | ||

Expression relating angle of twist with torsion and shear stress | 00:11:00 | ||

Expression to find shear center | 00:18:00 | ||

Expression to find shear stress | 00:24:00 | ||

Extreme stress for 3D stresses | 00:19:00 | ||

Extremum shear stress | 00:19:00 | ||

Finding allowable load | 00:13:00 | ||

Finding centroid of a cross section | 00:08:00 | ||

General Concepts | 00:14:00 | ||

General Principals | 00:13:00 | ||

Governing differential equation and solution | 00:21:00 | ||

Governing equilibrium equations | 00:17:00 | ||

Gradient | 00:16:00 | ||

Homogeneous deformation | 00:08:00 | ||

Horizontal shear stress in I section | 00:13:00 | ||

Hydrostatic, pure shear and deviatoric stress | 00:12:00 | ||

Inhomogeneous bar subjected to axial force | 00:14:00 | ||

Linear Algebra | 00:26:00 | ||

Load about principal axis | 00:05:00 | ||

Maximum normal stress or rankine condition | 00:05:00 | ||

Meaning of components of the stress tensor | 00:19:00 | ||

What is Electric Power? | 01:00:00 | ||

Modified bending equation | 00:10:00 | ||

Mohr – Columb condition | 00:07:00 | ||

Mohr’s Circle derivaion | 00:18:00 | ||

Moment of Intertia about arbitrarily oriented axis | 00:16:00 | ||

Motion and Displacement field | 00:21:00 | ||

Neutral axis | 00:09:00 | ||

Objectives and prerequisite | 00:22:00 | ||

Parallel axis theorem and its application | 00:15:00 | ||

Pressure vessel and failure theory | 00:31:00 | ||

Properties of traction | 00:18:00 | ||

Radius of curvature | 00:11:00 | ||

Representation of Vector | 00:31:00 | ||

Restriction on material parameters | 00:15:00 | ||

Right Cauchy Green Deformation tensor | 00:14:00 | ||

Secant formula | 00:25:00 | ||

Shear center of Channel section | 00:16:00 | ||

Shear force and bending moment diagram 1 | 00:15:00 | ||

Shear force and bending moment diagram 2 | 00:14:00 | ||

Shear Modulus | 00:04:00 | ||

Stepped shaft subjected to axial force | 00:22:00 | ||

Stepped shaft subjected to raise in temperature | 00:15:00 | ||

Strain energy, load potential and total potential | 00:21:00 | ||

Stresses in the Octahedral plane | 00:07:00 | ||

Stretch ratio and strain | 00:19:00 | ||

Tensor Algebra | 00:19:00 | ||

Thermal strain | 00:08:00 | ||

Thin walled closed sections | 00:20:00 | ||

Thin walled pressure vessels | 00:26:00 | ||

Torsion equation | 00:10:00 | ||

Traction | 00:08:00 | ||

Traction in member subjected to bending | 00:20:00 | ||

Transformation of strain components/ Strain Rosette | 00:15:00 | ||

Transformation of stress components | 00:09:00 | ||

Tresca Condition | 00:26:00 | ||

Uniaxial stress | 00:10:00 | ||

Variation of axial stress | 00:09:00 | ||

Vector Algebra | 00:15:00 | ||

Vertical shear stress in I section | 00:16:00 | ||

vonMises condition | 00:30:00 | ||

Why this course? | 00:09:00 | ||

Young’s Modulus and Poisson’s Ratio | 00:27:00 | ||

Assessment | |||

Submit Your Assignment | 00:00:00 | ||

Certification | 00:00:00 |

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