
Anna Engineering Mechanics SemII Unit 2 : Equilibrium and Rigid Bodies(Free body diagram  Types of supports Action and reaction forces stable equilibrium  Moments and Couples  Moment of a force about a point and about an axis  Vectorial representation of moments and couples  Scalar components of a moment  Varignon's theorem  Single equivalent force Equilibrium of Rigid bodies in two dimensions  Equilibrium
of Rigid bodies in three dimensions) 


1. Introduction to Civil Engineering(Civil Enginnering) 
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Civil Engineering is a multiple science comprising of numerous disciplines which are closely
linked to each other. Civil Engineering is arguably the oldest engineering discipline. It deals with
the built environment and can be dated to the day civilization started.
Civil Engineering deals with natural and man  made built environment, their planning, design
construction and management. There a
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Title: Elements of Civil Engineering and Mechanics





3. Chapter 1 * System of Force(Civil Enginnering) 
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Force is an external agency which changes or tends to change the state of rest or motion of a body. Force is represented in magnitude and direction so it is a vector quantity.
Title: Strength of Materials  4th Edition
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6. Unit  IV(Aeronautical Engineering) 
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Concept of stress and strain, Derivation of Equilibrium equations, Straindisplacement relations, Compatability conditions and boundary conditions, Plane stress and Plane strain problems in 2D elasticity and Airy's Stress function.
Title: Aircraft StructuresI







7. Unit  I(Aeronautical Engineering) 
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Loads on Aircraft
Structural nomenclatureTypes of loadsLoad factorAerodynamic loadsSymmetric maneuver
loadsVn diagramFunction of structural components.
Materials for Aircraft Structures
Metallic and nonmetallic materials, Use of Aluminium alloy, Titanium, Stainless steel and
Composite materials, Desirable properties for aircraft application
Mechanical Properties of Material
Stresss
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Title: Aircraft StructuresI




8. Unit 1(Theory of MachinesI) 
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Fundamentals Kinematics of motion: Plane, rectilinear and curvilinear motion. Equation and graphical representation of linear and angular motion, displacement, velocity, acceleration. Relationship between linear and angular quantities of motions. Acceleration of a particle along a circular path. Simple problems on basics Kinetics: Force, centrifugal and centripetal force, momentum of force, couple
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Title: Theory of Machines 1




9. Motion and Friction(Physics) 
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Newton's Laws of motion with illustrations (review): Enumeration of Second law; Motion in a resistive medium: Examples of drag force, concept of terminal velocity; role of static and dynamic friction: Motion along inclined plane with and without frictional force; Use of free body diagrams
Title: Concise Physics BSc I Semester Volume 1 (101)




10. Contents(Civil Enginnering) 
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Strength of Material is an important subject in the curriculum of Civil Engineering and Architecture Students of Diploma and degree course. The book is focused mainly for the students of various universities all over INDIA. the language of the book is simple and text is elaborated with suitable examples and sketches where ever required.
Title: Strength of Materials  4th Edition
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11. Unit  III(Aeronautical Engineering) 
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Strain Energy in axial, bending, and torsion loadings. Castigliano’s theoremsMaxewell’s
Reciprocal Theoremdummy load & unit load methodsapplication to beams, frames, rings &
trusses.
Columns
Euler’s column curveRankine formulainelastic bucklingeffect of initial curvaturethe South
well plotcolumns with eccentricityuse of energy methodstheory of beam columnsbeam
columns with differe
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Title: Aircraft StructuresI




12. Shear Force and Bending Moment Diagram(Mechanics of Materials
) 
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Introduction to shear force, Bending moment, Types of Beams and loads, Sign convention for shear force and bending moment, Shear force and bending moment diagram for various beams. Relation between shear force and bending moment.
Title: Mechanics of Materials through Problems and Solutions




13. Centroid and Moment of Inertia of Engineering Sections(Civil Enginnering) 
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A body is composed of a number of particles and each of them is attracted by the gravitational force
towards the centre of Earth. We know from second law of Newton that each force is proportional to the
mass of the particle. It is a fact that the body is very much small in comparison with the Earth, all the
forces (i.e, masses) are considered to be parallel to each other. The resultant of all t
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Title: Elements of Civil Engineering and Mechanics




14. Fluid Statics(Fluid Mechanics) 
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Second chapter
Title: Fluid Mechanics




15. SolvedVTU Engineering Physics Model question paper2(VTU Engineering Physics) 
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Title: VTU Engineering physics





16. Moment of Inertia(Physics) 
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Review of rotational motion of Rigid bodies; Kinetic energy of rotationMoment of Inertia of a body; Theorem of Moment of InertiaParallel and perpendicular axes theorem with proofs (2D case); Calculation of moment of inertia of a disc, annular ring, solid sphere and rectangular bar; Conservation of angular momentum with illustrations
Title: Concise Physics BSc I Semester Volume 1 (101)




17. Chapter 3 * Shear Force and Bending Moment(Civil Enginnering) 
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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
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18. Buoyancy(Fluid Mechanics) 
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Chapter iii
Title: Fluid Mechanics




19. Fundamentals of Aircraft Design (Aircraft Production)(Aeronautical Engineering) 
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Principles of flight • Aerodynamics characteristics • Aircraft manoeuvres • Aircraft performance • Basic functions of the aircraft structure • Loads imposed on aircraft structure • Loads imposed on aircraft structures • Structural design considerations • Aircraft configuration and principal types of construction • Details of constructional features of
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Title: Aircraft Production Technology and Mangement





20. Chapter 2 * Reaction for Beam(Civil Enginnering) 
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Beam is a structural element subjected to transverse loading.
Title: Strength of Materials  4th Edition
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21. Solved VTU Engneering Physics Model question paper1(VTU Engineering Physics) 
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Title: VTU Engineering physics




22. Bending Stresses and Shear Stress in Beams, Torsion of Shafts(Mechanics of Materials
) 
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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
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Title: Mechanics of Materials through Problems and Solutions




23. Unit  II(Aeronautical Engineering) 
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Analysis of Plane trussmethod of jointsmethod of sections3D trussesPlane frameComposite beamprinciple of super position, clapeyron’s 3 moment equation and moment distribution method for indeterminate beams.
Title: Aircraft StructuresI




24. Elasticity(Physics) 
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Review of elastic properties; Relationship between three elastic constants; Poisson's ratio; Work done in stretching a wire; Bending of beams; Bending moment, Theory of single cantilever, Couple per unit twist, torsional oscillations.
Title: Concise Physics BSc I Semester Volume 1 (101)





25. Analysis of Stress(Physics) 
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• Introduction
• Concept of Direct Stress and Shear Stress
• Notation of Stress
• Body Forces and Surface Forces
• Stress Tensor
• Spherical and Deviatoric Stress Tensors
• Indicial Notation
&
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Title: Applied Elasticity






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