Mechanics of solids by S.S.Bhavikatti pdf free download

Mechanics of materials by S.S.Bhavikatti is very useful book for those who want to be master in solid mechanics. This book is written in very lucid manner with easy understanding.

The author has clearly explained theories involved and illustrated them by solving a number of engineering problems. Neat diagrams are drawn and solutions are given without skipping any step. SI units and standard notations as suggested by Indian Standard Code are used throughout. The author has made this book to suit the latest syllabus of Gujarat Technical University. GTU Student finds almost all topics of their syllabus in this book.

ABOUT THE AUTHOR 

S.S. Bhavikatti is professor and Dean at SDMCET, Dharwad and NITK(National Institute of Technology, Karnataka, Surathkal) he is Emeritus fellow of All India Council of Technical Education, New Delhi

Professor & Dean

ABOUT THE BOOK

Mechanics of Solids is an important course for all engineering students by which they develop analytical skill. In this course, laws of mechanics are applied to parts of bodies and skill is developed to get solution to engineering problems maintaining continuity of the parts.


Table of Content

INTRODUCTION TO MECHANICS OF SOLIDS
FUNDAMENTALS OF STATICS
TRUSSES
DISTRIBUTED FORCES, CENTRE OF GRAVITY AND MOMENT OF INERTIA
FRICTION
SIMPLE MACHINES
PHYSICAL AND MECHANICAL PROPERTIES OF STRUCTURAL MATERIALS
SIMPLE STRESSES AND STRAINS
BEAMS
STRESSES IN BEAMS
PRINCIPAL STRESSES AND STRAINS



IMPORTANT CONTENT - It Contain all end chapter Formulas and Theory Question for Competition Exam Preparation.

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