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Strength of Materials-II|Mechanical Engineering

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Product Info

Kit ContentsFor Online Web: Online Videos, For Pendrive: 8GB USB Pendrive, Installation Guide
Lecture Duration7 Hours
Validity Period1 Month & 12 Months
Total ViewsUnlimited During Subscription
ModeOnline Subscription & Pendrive
Runs OnMobile Application, Laptop or Desktop
System RequirementFor Online Web: On system (Desktop or laptop) allow the flash in browser and download the latest version of flash. For Pendrive: Windows XP, 7 & above | Ram: 2 GB | Processor: 2.0 GHz and above (Note: Pen drive will not install on Mac system)
Video LanguageEnglish
Study Material LanguageEnglish
Applicable CourseEngineering
Technical supportProvided by Magic Marks, Contact number: 9599285622 Email ID: [email protected]
Dispatched ByMagic Marks
Dispatch Time48 Hours
Delivery Time2 - 3 Days

Description

The Magic Marks Kit includes

For Online Web:

1. Online Web Videos or Mobile Application

For Pendrive:

1. 8GB USB Pendrive 

2. Installation Guide

Demo Videos

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Index

No.

Topics of Learning

Duration

1

Strain Energy

1:58

2

Strain Energy in Simple Tension and Compression

8:03

3

Strain Energy in Pure Shear

6:19

4

Strain Energy in Bending

7:45

5

Strain Energy in Torsion

7:08

6

Castigliano's Theorem

2:05

7

Problems on Castigliano's Theorem

9:53

8

Maxwell’s Reciprocal Theorem

5:00

9

Impact Test: Izod Test

4:04

10

Impact Test: Charpy Test

3:56

11

Factor of Safety

2:28

12

Theories of Failure

10:58

13

Graphical Representation of Theories of Failure

9:37

14

Introduction of Spring

4:08

15

Helical Spring

2:23

16

Helix Angle

2:08

17

Spring Index

2:15

18

Stiffness of a Material

2:03

19

Torsional Stiffness of a Material

1:28

20

Close Coiled Helical Spring

2:24

21

Close Coiled Helical Spring Subjected to Axial Load

11:16

22

Close Coiled Helical Spring Subjected to Axial Twist

9:51

23

Typical Problem

6:36

24

Open Coiled Helical Spring

2:17

25

Open Coiled Helical Spring Subjected to Axial Load

12:23

26

Open Coiled Helical Spring Subjected to Axial Twist

10:48

27

Typical Problem

10:54

28

Springs Subjected to Impact Load

9:01

29

Leaf Springs

8:30

30

Typical Problem on Leaf Springs

11:09

31

Flat Spiral Spring

1:54

32

Maximum Stress in Flat Spiral Spring

5:00

33

Thin Cylindrical Pressure Vessel

2:31

34

Stress in Thin Cylindrical Pressure Vessel and Maximum Shear Stress

8:42

35

Strain in Thin Cylindrical Pressure Vessel

12:22

36

Cylindrical Shell with Hemispherical Ends

11:21

37

Spherical Pressure Vessel

3:05

38

Stress-Strain in Thin Spherical Pressure Vessel

9:37

39

Typical Problem on Thin Spherical Pressure Vessel

8:39

40

Thick Cylindrical Pressure Vessel

2:22

41

Assumptions of the Lame's Theory

2:40

42

Lame's Equation

10:36

43

Typical Problem in Lame's Equation

8:07

44

Compound Cylinders

2:41

45

Shrinkage Allowance and Shrinkage Stress

5:00

46

Curved Beams

2:15

47

Position of Neutral Axis & Value of h2 for Rectangular Section

8:19

48

Problem on Value of h2 for Rectangular Section

11:14

49

Problem on Crane Hook

10:10

50

Problem on Rings of Circular Section

5:00

51

Problem on Rings of Trapezoizal Section

5:00

52

Problem on Chain Link with Straight Side

5:00

53

Shear Center

2:50

54

Position of Shear Center for the Channel Section

8:07

55

Problem on Shear Center for the Channel Section

5:07

56

Position of Shear Center for the I-Section

5:55

57

Problem on Shear Center for the I-Section

5:03

58

Position of Shear Center for the C-Section

5:00

59

Position of Shear Center for the Arc of a Circle

5:00

60

Problem on Rotational Disc of Uniform Thickness

5:00

61

Problem on Rotational Rim of Uniform Thickness

5:00

62

Problem on Rotational Disc of Uniform Strength

5:00

63

Position of Neutral Axis & Value of h2 for Trapezoidal Section

10:45

 

Total

6 Hr 33 Mins

About the Faculty

The Magic Marks Digital learning solution is for students studying B.tech engineering in Indian colleges and universities. Students studying for competitive examinations can also use these eLearning materials. Our digital learning solution is entirely visual with 2D animations with amazing imagery and an English voice over to help you learn easily.

Each subject has an eLearning plan for engineering, comprising Topics of Learning that are essential to a complete study of the subject. These topics are further classified into DEFINITIONS, DIAGRAMS, DERIVATIONS and APPLICATIONS. The Definition and Diagram topics are for concept-based learning, while the Derivation and Application materials help you solve numerical.

Assessments are a great way to know how well you are doing and how much you have learned. So rather than finding out at the end of term, we allow you to track your engineering learning across semester. Login, select your Subject and get access to a host of multiple choice questions (MCQs) and mock-papers.