# Mechanics Of Solids KTU MOS Notes S3 Civil | 2019 CET 201

KTU S3 Civil Engineering Mechanics of Solids Notes - (CET201) 2019 Scheme is available here. This is one of the most important subjects for civil engineering students and the notes are very easy to understand. The notes are divided into various topics and each topic is explained in great detail.

These MOS notes are very helpful for students who are preparing for their KTU exams. The notes are also helpful for students who are appearing for the CET201 exam. The CET201 exam is conducted by the Kerala Technological University for the B.Tech S3 MOS course. The notes are available in PDF format and can be downloaded from the link below.

The Mechanics of Solids Notes for S3 B.tech students of Kerala Technological University is now available in an easy-to-understand format. These notes are according to the new 2019 scheme and cover the entire syllabus of CET 201 - Mechanics of Solids. The notes are designed to help students score good marks in their KTU exams.

 Board KTU Scheme 2019 New Scheme Year Second Year Semester S3 Subject CET 201 |  Mechanics Of Solids Credit 4 Category KTU S3 Civil Engineering

## KTU S3  Mechanics Of Solids | CET 201 | Notes (2019 Scheme)

The main aim of this blog is to provide KTU students with easy-to-understand notes for the subject Civil Mechanics of Solids (CET201). This is a core subject for students belonging to the Civil Engineering department and is offered in the third semester of the second year of the B.tech course

The notes are based on the 2019 scheme and will be helpful for students preparing for their KTU exams. They are also useful for students who want to score well in this subject. This blog contains KTU S3 civil MOS mechanics of solids notes. These notes are in PDF format and are easy to understand. They are also good for the KTU exam.

### Module 1 - Syllabus

Review of statics, Concept of stress and strain – types, Stress-strain relation - Hooke’s law,

Young’s modulus of elasticity.

Stress-strain diagram of mild steel.

The factor of safety, working stress.

Axially loaded bars with uniform cross section–stress, strain and deformation.

Deformation of axially loaded bars with varying cross sections and bars with varying axial loads.

Statically indeterminate systems (number of unknowns restricted to two).

### Module 2 - Syllabus

Temperature effects, temperature stress in composite bars. Shear stress and shear strain, Modulus of rigidity, simple shear, punching shear. Lateral strain, Poisson’s ratio, volumetric strain. The bulk modulus of elasticity, relationships between elastic constants.

Strain energy – concept.Strain energy due to normal stress. Strain energy in bars carrying axial loads. Instantaneous stress in bars due to gradual, sudden and impact loads.Strain energy due to shear stress. Stresses in thin cylinders and spheres due to internal pressure.

### Module 3 - Syllabus

Beams – different types. Types of loading on beams. Concept of bending moment and shear force. Relationship between intensity of load, shear force and bending moment.

Shear force and bending moment diagrams of cantilever beams simply supported beams and overhanging beams for different types of loads. Point of contraflexure.

### Module 4 - Syllabus

Theory of simple bending, assumptions and limitations. Calculation of normal stress in beams, a moment of resistance Shear stress in beams. Beams of uniform strength. Strain energy due to bending – calculation of strain energy in beams.

The differential equation for calculating the deflection of beams. (Introduction and demonstration only. Students are not expected to solve deflection problems.)

### Module 5 - Syllabus

Stresses on inclined sections for uniaxial and biaxial stress fields. Principal stresses and principal planes in 2D problems, maximum shear stress. Strains along principal directions. Mohr’s circle of stress for 2D problems. Short columns – direct and bending stress. Kern of a section.

Slender columns – Euler’s buckling load, slenderness ratio, limitation of Euler’s formula. Rankine's formula. Torsion of circular and hollow circular shafts, Power transmitted by circular shafts and hollow circular shafts.Strain energy due to torsion.

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