Strength of Materials

Strength Of Materials

Job # 1 Layout of Strength of Materials Lab 1.0     Job # 1 Layout of Strength of Materials Lab 1.1
Job # 1 Layout of Strength of Materials Lab 1.2      Job # 1 Layout of Strength of Materials Lab 1.3

Job # 2 Study of Small Instruments 1.0          Job # 2 Study of Small Instruments 1.2
Job # 2 Study of Small Instruments 1.3

Job # 3 Perform Hardness test on a dteel sample 1.0    Job # 3 Perform Hardness test on a dteel sample 1.1
Job # 3 Perform Hardness test on a dteel sample 1.2   Job # 3 Perform Hardness test on a dteel sample 1.3

Job # 4 To Perform Direst Shear and Punching Shear on Steel Samples 1.0
Job # 4 To Perform Direst Shear and Punching Shear on Steel Samples 1.1
Job # 4 To Perform Direst Shear and Punching Shear on Steel Samples 1.2
Job # 4 To Perform Direst Shear and Punching Shear on Steel Samples 1.3
Job # 4 To Perform Direst Shear and Punching Shear on Steel Samples 1.4

Job # 5 Stress Strain behaviour of steel, necking etc 1.0 
Job # 5 Stress Strain behaviour of steel, necking etc 1.1
Job # 5 Stress Strain behaviour of steel, necking etc 1.2
Job # 5 Stress Strain behaviour of steel, necking etc 1.3

 Job # 6 Flexural failure of a wooden beam(2 point load) 1.0
Job # 6 Flexural failure of a wooden beam(2 point load) 1.1
Job # 6 Flexural failure of a wooden beam(2 point load) 1.2
Job # 6 Flexural failure of a wooden beam(2 point load) 1.3

Job # 7 Compression Test on Wood 1   Job # 7 Compression Test on Wood 2
Job # 7 Compression Test on Wood 3
Job # 7 Compression Test on Wood 4   Job # 7 Compression Test on Wood 5

Job # 8 Charpy’s Impact Test 1  Job # 8 Charpy’s Impact Test 2  
Job # 8  Charpy’s Impact Test 3  Job # 8 Charpy’s Impact Test 4  

Solution of Strength of Materials by Ferdinand L Singer and Andrew Pytel Strength_of_Materials_4th_Ed_by_Ferdinand_L_Singer__Andrew_Pytel_

Another  Solution singer_solution_1-2

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