OPEN COIL SPRING VS CLOSE COIL SPRING

Hi All This video describes the difference between open coil helical spring and closed coil helical spring from the chapter spring. The topic is from the subject ‘ Strength of materials’ and is useful for students of all Engineering students in mechanical and civil branches. Click the link below to watch the video :- https://youtu.be/bRYm1Pv3RTc   Notice: JavaScript is required for this content.

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COLUMNS VS STRUTS [STRENGTH OF MATERIAL]

Hi All In this video lecture i have discussed about the difference between COLUMNS  AND STRUTS  from STRENGTH OF MATERIAL OR STRUCTURAL MECHANICS. This topic is important for 4th  Semester Mechanical,  production, Automobile, Aeronautics  & Mechanical Maintenance, civil, diploma, degree [B.TECH.] , BE,  and AMIE students. click the link below to watch the video :- https://youtu.be/IoAkpNDuBjg Notice: JavaScript is required for this content.

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A Cantilever beam carrying a uniformly distributed load

Hi All, Watch my new video titled “A Cantilever beam carrying a uniformly distributed load”. This video describes how to determine Shear Force diagram and Bending moment diagram of a Cantilever beam carrying a uniformly distributed load at the full length. The topic is explained with the help of the theoretical concepts and numerical example. SFD stands for Shear force diagram. It can be made from the loading diagram of the cantilever beam. To draw this diagram , we have to find out the reactions. Then the vertical components of…

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HOW TO DETERMINE SFD AND BMD OF CANTILEVER BEAM CARRYING A POINT LOAD AT FREE END

Hi All, Please watch my latest video titled “HOW TO DETERMINE SFD AND BMD OF CANTILEVER BEAM“. In this video i have described what is SFD and BMD of Cantilever beam which is carrying a point load at its free end. I have explained how to find them. The method has been explained further by  taking a numerical problem. SFD stands for Shear force diagram. It can be made from the loading diagram of the cantilever beam. To draw this diagram , we have to find out the reactions. Then…

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THIN CYLINDER FROM STRENGTH OF MATERIAL OR STRUCTURAL MECHANICS

Hi All, This video is titled “THIN CYLINDER FROM STRENGTH OF MATERIAL OR STRUCTURAL MECHANICS”. In this lecture i have discussed about the THIN CYLINDER IN HINDI from the STRENGTH OF MATERIAL OR STRUCTURAL MECHANICS. In this lecture i have discussed about the definition of thin cylinder, types of stresses generated in thin cylinder, definition of circumferential stress and longitudinal stress, derivation formulae of circumferential stress and longitudinal stress, formulae of circumferential strain and longitudinal strain,formula of change in length, formula of change in area and change in volume etc.…

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