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BITS Strength of Materials II Sem-V
Unit 3 : Shear Centre(Theory of shear flow, shear flow diagrams and shear centre for thin-walled symmetrical sections)
1. Unit - I(Aeronautical Engineering) Total View (71)
 
Loads on Aircraft Structural nomenclature-Types of loads-Load factor-Aerodynamic loads-Symmetric maneuver loads-V-n diagram-Function of structural components. Materials for Aircraft Structures Metallic and non-metallic materials, Use of Aluminium alloy, Titanium, Stainless steel and Composite materials, Desirable properties for aircraft application Mechanical Properties of Material Stress-s ......
Title: Aircraft Structures-I
Published on: 28/08/15
Author: Balachandra P Shetty (Wg Cdr Dr. PB Shetty) and Rachith S.N
Publisher: Interlinepublishing
Pages: 37
Price: Rs 0

2. Torsion of Prismatic Bars(Physics) Total View (1406)
 
• Introduction • General Solution of the Torsion Problem • Boundary Conditions • Stress Function Method • Torsion of Circular Cross Section • Torsion of an Elliptical Cross- Section Prandtl's Membrane Analogy • Torsion of Thin Walle ......
Title: Applied Elasticity
Published on: 28/10/14
Author: Sitharam T G
Publisher: Interlinepublishing
Pages: 34
Price: Rs 25.5

3. Chapter 10 * Shear Stress in Beams(Civil Enginnering) Total View (0)
 
When a beam is loaded, shear force and bending moment is produced. To resist shear force, internal stresses in beam section are induced. These internal stresses in beam section are shear stresses.
Title: Strength of Materials - 4th Edition
Published on: 11/02/19
Author:
Publisher:
Pages: 27
Price: Rs 13.5

4. Chapter 3 * Shear Force and Bending Moment(Civil Enginnering) Total View (0)
 
The algebraic sum of all forces in y axis i.e vertical forces about any section of the beam is shear force. While calculating shear force, forces are considered either from L.H.S or R.H.S of the section. In this chapter the sign conventions are upward force positive and downward force negative and in all examples L.H.S of section is considered.
Title: Strength of Materials - 4th Edition
Published on: 11/02/19
Author:
Publisher:
Pages: 47
Price: Rs 23.5

5. Bending Stresses and Shear Stress in Beams, Torsion of Shafts(Mechanics of Materials ) Total View (22)
 
Introduction, Pure Bending and Simple Bending, Expression of Bending stress, Neutral axis and Moment of resistance, Bending stress in symmetrical sections, Section modulus, Section modulus for various shapes of the beam section. Introduction to shear stress, shear stress distribution for different section. Torsion of Shafts: Introduction to torsion, Derivation of shear stress produced in a circula ......
Title: Mechanics of Materials through Problems and Solutions
Published on: 01/06/15
Author: Balachandra P Shetty (Wg Cdr Dr. PB Shetty) and Rachith S.N
Publisher: Interlinepublishing
Pages: 27
Price: Rs 20.25

6. Study of Properties of Metal Matrix Composites(Composite Material) Total View (108)
 
There are unique advantages of MMC's over PMC's and monolithic metals and alloys. When compared to monolithic metals and alloys, MMC's have higher specific modulus, higher specific strength, better properties at elevated temperatures, lower coefficient of thermal expansion and better wear resistance. On the debit side, Fracture toughness MMC's is inferior to monolithic metals and are more expensi ......
Title: Composite Materials
Published on: 13/11/14
Author: A Team of Experts
Publisher: Subhas Stores
Pages: 20
Price: Rs 15

7. Theory of Metal Cutting(Manufacturing Process - II ) Total View (157)
 
Theory of metal cutting deals with the mechanisms of metal cutting involving the formation of chips, forces, friction and heat generation in metal cutting.
Title: Manufacturing Process - II
Published on: 14/11/14
Author: Irfan G
Publisher: Subhas Stores
Pages: 31
Price: Rs 0

8. Sheet Metal Forming (Aircraft Production)(Aeronautical Engineering) Total View (7812)
 
• Sheet metal operations • Shearing • Punch press operations • Power brake operations • Routing • Rubber press forming • Fluid cell press forming • Drop hammer and drop stamp forming • Stretch wraps forming • Peen forming • Spinning • Diffusion bonding.
Title: Aircraft Production Technology and Mangement
Published on: 28/10/14
Author: Keshu S C and Ganapathi K K
Publisher: Interlinepublishing
Pages: 50
Price: Rs 37.5

9. Introducion to Metal Forming Processes, Forging, Rolling, Drawing, Extrusion, Sheet Metal and High Energy Rate Forming(Manufacturing Technology-III) Total View (1)
 
Introducion to Metal Forming Processes, Forging, Rolling, Drawing, Extrusion, Sheet Metal and High Energy Rate Forming
Title: MANUFACTURING TECHNOLOGY-III
Published on: 31/01/18
Author: Shanawaz Patil
Publisher: Interlinepublishing
Pages: 63
Price: Rs 47.25

10. Solved Question Paper 2(Mathematics) Total View (19)
 
Solved Question Paper
Title: Strength of Materials
Published on: 30/11/16
Author: Leeladharesh
Publisher: Saividya Institute of technology
Pages: 20
Price: Rs 10

11. Helicopter Aerodynamics(Aeronautical Engineering) Total View (19)
 
Basic aerodynamics, Airfoil section, rotor wing , relative wind, induced flow, angle of attack & incidence, aerodynamic forces, lift, drag, pressure distribution, centrifugal force, loss of disc area due to coning, rotational velocities, twisted & untwisted bade, hovering, ground effect, torque & anti torque, translating tendency, transverse flow effect, dissymmetry of flight & compensation, flapp ......
Title: Helicopter Technology
Published on: 07/06/17
Author: Simon K John & Balachandra P Shetty
Publisher: Interlinepublishing
Pages: 45
Price: Rs 24.75

12. Fabrication of Composites(Composite Material) Total View (106)
 
Cutting, Machining and Joining are known as secondary processes, which are extremely important operations to be performed on composites for creating satisfactory assemblies. The manner in which these are performed is a determining factor in the efficiency and suitability of components.
Title: Composite Materials
Published on: 13/11/14
Author: A Team of Experts
Publisher: Subhas Stores
Pages: 31
Price: Rs 23.25

13. Folds, Faults and Rift Valleys(Geography) Total View (287)
 
This unit provides you all necessary information about Compression and Tensional forces.
Title: MSGE-101 Geomorphology
Published on: 05/03/14
Author: KSOU
Publisher: Karnataka State Open University
Pages: 17
Price: Rs 12.75

14. Introduction to Composites(Composite Material) Total View (151)
 
Mankind is aware of composite materials from time immemorial. To mention a few: Houses made of mud bricks from clay reinforced with straw (1500 BC), Mud walls of houses reinforced with bamboo shoots (500BC), Glued laminated wood (500BC), Laminated metals in forging swords (1800 AD), Glass fibers reinforced resins for boats and aircrafts (1930). Since then, many modern composites have been develop ......
Title: Composite Materials
Published on: 13/11/14
Author: A Team of Experts
Publisher: Subhas Stores
Pages: 49
Price: Rs 0

15. Chapter 9 * Theory of Simple Bending(Civil Enginnering) Total View (0)
 
When a beam is imposed with load it is likely to bent or deform when subjected to bending moment or shear force. The process of deformation or bending stops when every section reacts with resistance i.e. stresses. The stresses which is resisting bending moment are called bending stresses and stresses resisting shear force are called shearing stresses.
Title: Strength of Materials - 4th Edition
Published on: 11/02/19
Author:
Publisher:
Pages: 29
Price: Rs 14.5

16. QUESTION BANK(Metal Casting and Welding) Total View (0)
 
QUESTION BANK
Title: METAL CASTING AND WELDING
Published on: 03/04/18
Author: Santhosh N, Aswatha, M, B H Srinivas and Palakshaiah
Publisher: Subhas Stores
Pages: 103
Price: Rs 66.95

17. UNIT-02 SOLID GROUND CURING(Rapid Prototyping ) Total View (2)
 
The early versions of the system weighed several tons and required a sealed room. Size was made more manageable and the system sealed to prevent exposure to photopolymers, but it was still very large.Instead of using a laser to expose and harden photopolymer element by element within a layer as is done in stereo lithography, SGC uses a mask to expose the entire object layer at once with a burs ......
Title: RAPID PROTOTYPING
Published on: 14/02/18
Author: DHARMENDRA M and RAJU B S
Publisher: Interlinepublishing
Pages: 25
Price: Rs 18.75

18. Orogenic and Epirogenic Movements and their resultant Landforms(Geography) Total View (283)
 
This unit provides knowledge to you that the forces operating under the surface.
Title: MSGE-101 Geomorphology
Published on: 04/03/14
Author: KSOU
Publisher: Karnataka State Open University
Pages: 28
Price: Rs 21

19. Fiber Reinforced Plastic Processing(Composite Material) Total View (111)
 
Unique to the composites industry is the ability to create a product from many different manufacturing processes. There are a wide variety of processes available to the composites manufacturer to produce cost efficient products. Each of the fabrication processes has characteristics that define the type of products to be produced.
Title: Composite Materials
Published on: 13/11/14
Author: A Team of Experts
Publisher: Subhas Stores
Pages: 46
Price: Rs 34.5

20. CHEMISTRY OF NEWER MATERIALS(UNIVERSITY CHEMISTRY) Total View (1)
 
Polymers are known to have good insulating property. Later discoveries shown that polymers also conduct electricity like metals. They are called conducting polymers. Such compounds may have metallic conductivity or can be semiconductors. The biggest advantage is that conducting polymers can be easily processed by dispersion. Generally conducting polymers are not thermoplastics. But, like insul ......
Title: UNIVERSITY CHEMISTRY VOLUME - VI
Published on: 09/04/18
Author: K K Padmanabha, Madhukala K L, Pradeep Kaushik, Vatsalya Krupa
Publisher: Subhas Stores
Pages: 74
Price: Rs 48.1

21. CHEMISTRY OF NEWER MATERIALS(Engineering Chemistry ) Total View (1)
 
Polymers are known to have good insulating property. Later discoveries shown that polymers also conduct electricity like metals. They are called conducting polymers. Such compounds may have metallic conductivity or can be semiconductors. The biggest advantage is that conducting polymers can be easily processed by dispersion. Generally conducting polymers are not thermoplastics. But, like insul ......
Title: UNIVERSITY CHEMISTRY VOLUME - VI
Published on: 10/04/18
Author: K K Padmanabha, Madhukala K L, Pradeep Kaushik, Vatsalya Krupa
Publisher: Subhas Stores
Pages: 74
Price: Rs 48.1

22. THEORY OF METAL CUTTING(Manufacturing Process - II ) Total View (6)
 
In an industry, metal components are made into different shapes and dimensions by using various metal working processes. Metal working processes are classified into two major groups. They are: Non-cutting shaping or chips less or metal forming process - forging, rolling, pressing, etc. Cutting shaping or metal cutting or chip forming process - turning, drilling, milling, etc.
Title: Manufacturing Technology-II
Published on: 31/01/18
Author: Gururaja Sharma T
Publisher: Interlinepublishing
Pages: 17
Price: Rs 34

23. Data Communications Model Question Papers Solved as per VTU CBCS Scheme(Computer/Information Science) Total View (19)
 
Data Communications Model Question Papers Solved as per VTU CBCS Scheme
Title: Data Communications Model Question Papers Solved as per VTU CBCS Scheme
Published on: 27/04/17
Author: Prof.Niranjan R Chougala
Publisher: Niranjan R Chougala
Pages: 114
Price: Rs 57

24. Structural Assembly (Aircraft Production)(Aeronautical Engineering) Total View (7812)
 
• Structural assembly stages • Drilling • Countersinking and riveting • Types of solid rivets and their installation • Hi- shear rivets • Blind rivets and fasteners • Bolted fasteners • Spacematic drilling • Rackfeed drilling • Split sleeve cold working of holes • Automatic drilling and riveting equipment.
Title: Aircraft Production Technology and Mangement
Published on: 28/10/14
Author: Keshu S C and Ganapathi K K
Publisher: Interlinepublishing
Pages: 47
Price: Rs 35.25

25. Endogenetic Movements, Earthquake and Volcanoes(Geography) Total View (279)
 
This unit provides you the basic information about the forces affecting the landforms.Earthquakes and Volcanoes are the most important sudden forces operating, modifying and creating various types of landforms.
Title: MSGE-101 Geomorphology
Published on: 04/03/14
Author: KSOU
Publisher: Karnataka State Open University
Pages: 37
Price: Rs 27.75



 
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