GENERAL OBJECTIVES:
The student will be able:
To develop capacity to predict the effect of force and motion in the course
of carrying out the design functions of engineering.
To understand the core concepts including mechanics, kinematics,
structural analysis.
To learn the "building blocks" of statics, dynamics, strength of materials,
and fluid dynamics and also to give solution for mechanics problems
through the integrated application of mathematical, scientific, and
engineering principles.
UNIT I
BASICS AND STATICS OF PARTICLES
UNIT II
EQUILIBRIUM OF RIGID BODIES
UNIT III
PROPERTIES OF SURFACES AND SOLIDS
UNIT IV
DYNAMICS OF PARTICLES
UNITV
FRICTION AND ELEMENTS OF RIGID BODY DYNAMICS
OUTCOMES:
To understand the Laws of Mechanics
To understand the concept of Coplanar Forces, Equilibrium of a particle,
Forces in space, Equilibrium of a particle in space
To learn about the Equilibrium of Rigid bodies in two and three dimensions
To understand the Centroids of lines and areas  Rectangular, circular,
triangular areas by integration To understand the concept of Relative
motion Curvilinear motion
To understand the concept of Newtons laws of motion.
To understand the concept of Rolling resistance Translation and
Rotation of Rigid Bodies
Critically analyse problem and solve the problems related to mechanical
elements and analyse the deformation behavior for different types of
loads.
UNITI
BASICS AND STATICS OF PARTICLES
Unit wise objectives:
On learning this unit, the student should be able:
To understand the Laws of Mechanics
To understand the Vectorial representation of forces
To understand the concept of Coplanar Forces, Equilibrium of a particle,
Forces in space, Equilibrium of a particle in space
To learn about the importance of Equivalent systems of forces
To learn about the Principle of transmissibility
Course
ENGINEERING
MECHANICS
Learning
Objectives:
Teaching
Resources & Aids
Class &
Batch
I
AGRI(20
152019
Batch)
Session
No.
Topic
Introduction ,
Units and
Dimensions
Sub Topics
Type &
Duration
Introduction,
Importance and
Application
of
force
Units
Lecture
Session
50mins
Course Faculty
A.G.MOHANDAS
GANDHI
Dimensions
After listening to this session, students should be able to:
Understand what is Units
Understand various Dimensions
Understand meaning of Basic Units and Basic Dimensions
1. Rajasekaran S and Sankarasubramanian G., Engineering Mechanics
Statics and Dynamics, 3rd
Edition, Vikas Publishing House Pvt. Ltd., (2005).
2. Bhavikatti, S.S and Rajashekarappa, K.G., Engineering Mechanics, New
Age International (P)
References:
Limited Publishers, (1998).
3. Kumar, K.L., Engineering Mechanics, 3rd Revised Edition, Tata
McGrawHill Publishing
company, New Delhi (2008)
Course
Strength of
Materials
Class &
Batch
Session
No.
II AME
(20142017
Batch)
Topic
Sub Topics
Rigid and
Deformable
bodies
Introduction,
Importance and
Application of
the subject,
Type &
Duration
Lecture
Session
50mins
Course Faculty
Dr.K.Mylsamy
Learning
Objectives:
Teaching
Resources &
Aids
Material
Properties,
Rigid
and
Deformable
bodies.
After listening to this session, students should be able to:
Understand what is Strength of Materials, importance and application of strength of
materials
Understand various material properties
Understand meaning of Rigid and Deformable bodies.
R1: S.S.Bhavikatti Strength of Materials (pp.15)
R2:
References:
http://www.nptel.iitm.ac.in/courses/Webcoursecontents/IITROORKEE/st
rength%20of%20materials/lects%20&%20picts/image/lect1/lecture1.htm
by LS Ramachandra & SK Barai (IITKGP)
Teaching Aids:
PPT, Video and Chalk & Board
Micro Session Plan:
Session Structure
Lecture Points
Teaching Aids
Duration
(in minutes)
Course Briefing:
Orient the students about
the importance of the
course and the major topics
being taught across all
units.
PPT
10
Opening Thought:
What is strength of
materials?
Why strength of
materials?
Importance and
Application?
Introduce the basic concept
of strength of materials
Explain the importance of
strength of materials
Interaction Points with
students
What do you understand by
the term strength of
materials?
PPT, Video
15
Explain Applications with
Examples
What are
properties?
the
material
Assignment  Material
properties with example
Elaboration:
Define strength of
materials
Define Rigid and
Deformable bodies
Define Strength, Stiffness
and Stability
Explain static and dynamic
behavior under external
forces
of
engineering
components and systems
Example for Rigid and
Deformable bodies
Chalk & Board
20
Can you differentiate
between Rigid and
Deformable bodies?
Wrapping up:
Summarizing the key
points
Ask students to give their
views on the discussion
topic
Ask students to summarize
the key learning
Chalk & Board
Can you explain Mechanical
properties with example?
Group Discussion
RVS Technical Campus  Coimbatore
MicroSession Plan
Stress, Strain and Deformation of Solids Unit 1
Course
Strength of
Materials
Learning
Objectives:
Teaching
Resources & Aids
Class &
Batch
II AME
(20142017
Batch)
Session
No.
Topic
Tension,
Compression
and Shear
Stresses
Sub Topics
Type &
Duration
Stresses Tensile,
Compressive and
Shear
Lecture
Session
Hookes law
50 mins
Course Faculty
Dr.K.Mylsamy
Factor of safety
After listening to this session, students should be able to:
Know the various stresses acting on the engineering components
Understand the meaning of Elastic limit
Understand the working stress and ultimate stress
References:
R1: S.S.Bhavikatti Strength of Materials (pp.116)
R2: Er.R.K.Rajput Strength of Materials (pp.14)
R3: http://www.nptel.iitm.ac.in/courses/Webcoursecontents/IIT
%20Kharagpur/Structural%20Analysis/New_index1.html by LS
Ramachandra & SK Barai (IITKGP)
Teaching Aids:
PPT and Chalk & Board
Micro Session Plan:
Session Structure
Recap of previous session
Lecture Points
Teaching
Aids
Duration
(in
minutes)
Interaction Points with
students
What are
properties?
Importance and Applications of
strength of materials
the
material
Difference between rigid and
deformable bodies?
Ask assignment  Material
properties with example
Opening Thought:
Various stresses acting on
engineering components?
Types of stresses
Tensile stress
Compressive stress
Shear stress
Known Stresses?
PPT
Chalk &
Board
and their application?
10
Bearing stress
Elaboration:
Define Normal stress.
Define Shear stress.
Combination of both
stresses.
Explain
Can you write formula for
FOS?
StressStrain diagram.
State Hookes law.
Concept of Hookes law.
Define FOS.
Can you write formula for
stress?
Various Stresses acting on the
engineering
components
through simple diagram with
example.
Application for Factor of safety.
Give example for combination
stresses acting on Engineering
components?
PPT
Chalk &
Board
30
Solving the example problem
on FOS.
Wrapping up:
Summarizing the key
points
Ask students to summarize the
answer?
Assignment Two problems on
FOS.
Ask students to give their views
on the discussion topic
Ask students to summarize the
key learning
Chalk &
Board
Define stress.
5
Define FOS.
Give example for combination
stresses acting on Engineering
components?
RVS Technical Campus  Coimbatore
MicroSession Plan
Stress, Strain and Deformation of Solids Unit 1
Course
Strength of
Materials
Learning
Objectives:
Teaching
Resources & Aids
Class &
Batch
II AME
(20142017
Batch)
Session
No.
Topic
Sub Topics
Deformation of
body due to force
Deformation of
acting on it.
simple bar
Examples.
Type &
Duration
Lecture
Session
Course Faculty
Dr.K.Mylsamy
50 mins
Problems.
After listening to this session, students should be able to:
Know the Deformation of body due to force acting on it.
Learn the examples of Deformation of simple bar
Solve problems on Deformation of simple bar
References:
R1: S.S.Bhavikatti Strength of Materials (pp.1636)
R2: Er.R.K.Rajput Strength of Materials (pp.2022)
R3: http://freevideolectures.com/Course/96/StrengthofMaterials by IIT
Kharagpur Course , Prof. S.K.Bhattacharyya.
Teaching Aids:
PPT and Chalk & Board
Micro Session Plan:
Session Structure
Recap of previous
session
Teaching
Aids
Lecture Points
Duration
(in
minutes)
Types of Stresses
Interaction Points with
students
What is meant by Tensile,
Compressive and Shear?
Hookes law
5
Factor of safety
Define Hookes law.
What is the formula and its
unit of FOS?
Opening Thought:
Elaboration:
Deformation of a body due to
force acting on it.
Derive the expression
change in length.
for
Explain in detail about its
examples.
Wrapping up:
Chalk &
Board
What
is
deformation?
meant
by
What is the formula for
stress?
Chalk &
Board
35
What is the formula for
strain?
Ask students to summarize
the answer?
Solving the example problem
on simple bars under axial load.
Ask students to give their views
on the discussion topic
Ask students to summarize
the key learning
Chalk &
Board
What
is
deformation?
meant
by
Give some practical example
for deformation?
RVS Technical Campus  Coimbatore
MicroSession Plan
Stress, Strain and Deformation of Solids Unit 1
Course
Strength of
Materials
Learning
Objectives:
Teaching
Resources & Aids
Class &
Batch
Session
No.
II AME
(20142017
Batch)
Topic
Sub Topics
Stress in bars of
varying
cross
Deformation of
section.
simple bar
Principle of super
position.
Type &
Duration
Lecture
Session
Course Faculty
Dr.K.Mylsamy
50 mins
After listening to this session, students should be able to:
Know the Principle of super position.
Understand the meaning of Stress in bars of varying cross section.
References:
R1: S.S.Bhavikatti Strength of Materials (pp.1636)
R2: Er.R.K.Rajput Strength of Materials (pp.2022)
R3: http://freevideolectures.com/Course/96/StrengthofMaterials by IIT
Kharagpur Course , Prof. S.K.Bhattacharyya.
Teaching Aids:
PPT and Chalk & Board
Micro Session Plan:
Session Structure
Recap of previous session
Lecture Points
Teaching
Aids
Deformation of body due to
force acting on it.
Duration
(in
minutes)
5
Interaction Points with
students
What is the formula for
change in length?
Examples.
Opening Thought:
Elaboration:
Deformation of varying cross
section due to external force
acting on it.
Chalk &
Board
What are the external forces
and their effects?
10
Explain stresses in bars of
varying cross section.
What are the examples of
varying cross section?
Derive the expression for total
elongation for the varying cross
section.
Chalk &
Board
30
To discuss the answer for the
given problem.
Examples of varying cross
section.
Solving problem on varying
cross section.
Wrapping up:
Ask students to give their views
on the discussion topic
Ask students to summarize the
key learning
Chalk &
Board
What are the external forces
and their effects?
What are the examples of
varying cross section?
RVS Technical Campus  Coimbatore
MicroSession Plan
Stress, Strain and Deformation of Solids Unit 1
Course
Strength of
Materials
Learning
Objectives:
Teaching
Resources & Aids
Class &
Batch
Session
No.
Topic
Sub Topics
Type &
Duration
II AME
Deformation of Examples.
(20145
compound bars Problems.
2017
Batch)
After listening to this session, students should be able to:
Know the various forces acting on the compound bars.
Solve problems on compound bars
Lecture
Session
Course Faculty
Dr.K.Mylsamy
50 mins
References:
R1: S.S.Bhavikatti Strength of Materials (pp.1636)
R2: Er.R.K.Rajput Strength of Materials (pp.2022)
R3: http://freevideolectures.com/Course/96/StrengthofMaterials by IIT
Kharagpur Course , Prof. S.K.Bhattacharyya.
Teaching Aids:
PPT and Chalk & Board
Micro Session Plan:
Session Structure
Lecture Points
Teaching
Aids
Duration
(in
Interaction Points with
students
minutes)
Recap of previous session
Deformation of compound bar
and their examples.
Opening Thought:
Stresses in Composite bars
Elaboration:
ExplainTwo
governing
principle for composite bars.
Derive the expression for total
elongation of the Composite
bars.
Wrapping up:
Chalk &
Board
What are the examples of
compound bars?
What is meant Composite
bars?
What
is
elongation?
Chalk &
Board
formula
for
Discuss about the answer for
the solving problems.
35
Assignment Two problems on
Composite bars
Solving the example problems
for stresses in composite bars
Ask students to give their views
on the discussion topic
Ask students to summarize the
key learning
Chalk &
Board
What is meant Composite
bars?
What is meant by elongation?
RVS Technical Campus  Coimbatore
MicroSession Plan
Stress, Strain and Deformation of Solids Unit 1
Course
Strength of
Materials
Learning
Objectives:
Teaching
Resources & Aids
Class &
Batch
Session
No.
Topic
Sub Topics
II AME
Examples.
Deformation of
(20146
compound bar
2017
Problems.
Batch)
After listening to this session, students should be able to:
Know the various forces acting on the compound bars.
Solve problems on compound bars
Type &
Duration
Lecture
Session
Course Faculty
Dr.K.Mylsamy
50 mins
References:
R1: S.S.Bhavikatti Strength of Materials (pp.1636)
R2: Er.R.K.Rajput Strength of Materials (pp.2022)
R3: http://freevideolectures.com/Course/96/StrengthofMaterials by IIT
Kharagpur Course, Prof. S.K.Bhattacharyya.
Teaching Aids:
Chalk & Board
Micro Session Plan:
Session Structure
Lecture Points
Teaching
Aids
Duration
(in
Interaction Points with
students
minutes)
Recap of previous session
Example for the composite bars.
What are the examples of
compound bars?
5
What is meant Composite
bars?
Ask to submit assignment.
Opening Thought:
Elaboration:
Discuss about the various
problems on composite bars.
Explain
about
concrete column.
reinforced
Examples?
Chalk &
Board
Chalk &
Board
What is formula for cross
section for steel rod?
Ask students to summarize the
answer?
35
Assignment Two problems on
reinforced concrete column.
Solving the example problems
on reinforced concrete column.
Wrapping up:
Ask students to give their views
on the discussion topic
Chalk &
Board
Ask students to summarize the
key learning
What is formula for cross
section for circular steel rod?
RVS Technical Campus  Coimbatore
MicroSession Plan
Stress, Strain and Deformation of Solids Unit 1
Course
Class &
Batch
Session
No.
Topic
Sub Topics
Type &
Duration
Course Faculty
Temperature
stress and strain.
Strength of
Materials
II AME
(20142017
Batch)
Thermal
Stresses
Determination
of thermal stress
and strain.
Lecture
Session
Dr.K.Mylsamy
50 mins
Examples
Problems
Learning
Objectives:
After listening to this session, students should be able to:
Know the temperature stress and strain
Understand the concept of determination of thermal stress and strain
Teaching
Resources & Aids
References:
R1: S.S.Bhavikatti Strength of Materials (pp.4556)
R2: Er.R.K.Rajput Strength of Materials (pp.5168)
R3: http://freevideolectures.com/Course/2361/StrengthofMaterials
by IIT Roorkee Course , Prof. S.P.Harsha
http://www.nptel.iitm.ac.in/courses/Webcoursecontents/IITROORKEE/
strength%20of%20materials/lects%20&
%20picts/image/lect14/lecture14.htm by by LS Ramachandra & SK Barai
(IITKGP)
Teaching Aids:
PPT and Chalk & Board
Micro Session Plan:
Session Structure
Recap of previous
session
Teaching
Aids
Lecture Points
Duration
(in
minutes)
Discuss about the assignment
Interaction Points with
students
Ask
to
assignment.
submit
the
What are the examples of
compound bars?
What is meant Composite
bars?
Opening Thought:
Temperature stress
Chalk &
Board
Temperature strain
10
Examples
Elaboration:
Derive the expression
temperature stress.
for
Derive the expression
temperature strain.
for
To discuss about its examples.
To
solve
problems
Temperature
stress
Temperature strain.
Wrapping up:
Chalk &
Board
30
What are the effects of
temperature
on
simple
material?
What is the unit
temperature stress?
for
What is the unit
temperature strain?
for
To discuss about the answers.
on
and
Ask students to give their views
on the discussion topic
Ask students to summarize
the key learning
Chalk &
Board
What is the unit
temperature stress?
for
What is the unit
temperature strain?
for
RVS Technical Campus  Coimbatore
MicroSession Plan
Stress, Strain and Deformation of Solids Unit 1
Course
Strength of
Materials
Learning
Objectives:
Teaching
Resources & Aids
Class &
Batch
Session
No.
II AME
(20142017
Batch)
Topic
Thermal
Stresses
Sub Topics
Type &
Duration
Temperature
stress in bars of
varying cross
section
Lecture
Session
Temperature
50 mins
Course Faculty
Dr.K.Mylsamy
stress
in
composite bars.
After listening to this session, students should be able to:
Know the temperature stress in bars of varying cross section
Learn the temperature stress in composite bars
References:
Teaching Aids:
R1: S.S.Bhavikatti Strength of Materials (pp.4556)
R2: Er.R.K.Rajput Strength of Materials (pp.5168)
R3: R3: http://freevideolectures.com/Course/2361/StrengthofMaterials
by IIT Roorkee Course , Prof. S.P.Harsha
PPT and Chalk & Board
Micro Session Plan:
Session Structure
Recap
session
of
Lecture Points
Teaching
Aids
Duration
(in
minutes)
previous Temperature stress and strain.
What are the effects of
temperature
on
simple
material?
Determination of thermal stress
and strain.
5
Opening Thought:
Temperature effects on varying
cross section.
Temperature effects on composite
bars.
Elaboration:
PPT
Chalk &
Board
10
Derive the Temperature effects on
composite bars.
What
is
meant
temperature stress?
by
What
is
meant
temperature strain?
by
What are the temperature
effects on varying cross
section?
What are the temperature
effects on composite bars?
Explain Temperature effects on
varying cross section.
Explain Temperature effects on
composite bars.
Interaction Points with
students
To discuss about the answers.
AssignmentTwo problems
on temperature stress and
strain.
PPT
Chalk &
Board
30
Solving problems.
Wrapping up:
Summarizing the key
points
Ask students to give their views
on the discussion topic
Ask students to summarize
the key learning
Chalk &
Board
What are the temperature
effects on varying cross
section?
What are the temperature
effects on composite bars?
RVS Technical Campus  Coimbatore
MicroSession Plan
Stress, Strain and Deformation of Solids Unit 1
Course
Strength of
Materials
Class &
Batch
II AME
(20142017
Batch)
Session
No.
Topic
Elastic
constants
Sub Topics
Modulus of
Elasticity.
Bulk
Modulus.
Shear
modulus.
Type &
Duration
Lecture
Session
Course Faculty
Dr.K.Mylsamy
50 mins
Learning
Objectives:
After listening to this session, students should be able to:
Understand the meaning of Elastic constants
Understand the relationship between various Elastic constants.
Teaching
Resources & Aids
References:
R1: S.S.Bhavikatti Strength of Materials (pp.6062)
R2: Er.R.K.Rajput Strength of Materials (pp.2729)
R3: http://nptel.ac.in/courses/Webcoursecontents/IITROORKEE/strength
%20of%20materials/homepage.htm by LS Ramachandra & SK Barai
(IITKGP)
http://nptel.ac.in/courses/Webcoursecontents/IITROORKEE/strength
%20of%20materials/homepage.htm
by LS Ramachandra & SK Barai (IITKGP)
Teaching Aids:
Chalk & Board
Micro Session Plan:
Session Structure
Recap of previous
session
Lecture Points
Teaching
Aids
Duration
(in
minutes)
Temperature stress in bars of
varying cross section
Interaction Points with
students
What are the temperature
effects on varying cross
section?
Temperature stress in composite
bars.
What are the temperature
effects on composite bars?
Ask
to
assignment.
Opening Thought:
Various Elastic constants.
Applications.
Elaboration:
Chalk &
Board
the
What is the use of elastic
constants?
10
Define Modulus of Elasticity.
Define Modulus of Elasticity.
Define Bulk Modulus.
Define Bulk Modulus.
Define Shear modulus.
Define Shear modulus.
Explain the use of elastic
constants with example.
Derive the expressions for
relationship between the elastic
constants.
Wrapping up:
submit
Solving the example problem
on elastic constants.
Ask students to give their views
on the discussion topic
Chalk &
Board
Chalk &
Board
Ask students to summarize
the answer?
30
Assignment Two problems
on Elastic constants.
Ask students to summarize
the key learning
What is the use of elastic
constants?
Define Modulus of Elasticity.
Define Bulk Modulus.
Define Shear modulus.
RVS Technical Campus  Coimbatore
MicroSession Plan
Stress, Strain and Deformation of Solids Unit 1
Course
Strength of
Materials
Learning
Objectives:
Teaching
Resources & Aids
Class &
Batch
Session
No.
II AME
(20142017
Batch)
10
Topic
Volumetric
strain
Sub Topics
Longitudinal
strain
Lateral strain
Poissons ratio
Type &
Duration
Lecture
Session
Course Faculty
Dr.K.Mylsamy
50 mins
After listening to this session, students should be able to:
Know the applications of Volumetric strain
Understand the importance of Poissons ratio
References:
R1: S.S.Bhavikatti Strength of Materials (pp.59)
R2: Er.R.K.Rajput Strength of Materials (pp.419)
R3: http://nptel.ac.in/courses/Webcoursecontents/IITROORKEE/strength
%20of%20materials/homepage.htm
by LS Ramachandra & SK Barai (IITKGP)
Teaching Aids:
Chalk & Board
Micro Session Plan:
Session Structure
Lecture Points
Teaching
Aids
Duration
(in
minutes)
Interaction Points with
students
Recap of previous
session
Various Elastic constants.
Define Modulus of Elasticity.
Applications.
Define Bulk Modulus.
5
Define Shear modulus.
Ask
to
assignment.
Opening Thought:
Longitudinal strain
Lateral strain
submit
the
Define volumetric strain?
Chalk &
Board
Poissons ratio
What are the uses
volumetric strain?
of
volumetric strain
Elaboration:
Define Longitudinal strain
Can you write formula for
Longitudinal strain?
Define Lateral strain
Can you write formula for
Lateral strain?
Define Poissons ratio.
Derive the expressions for the
Volumetric
strain
of
a
rectangular bar subjected to an
axial force.
Derive the expressions for the
Volumetric
strain
of
a
cylindrical rod subjected to an
axial force.
Can you write formula for
Poissons ratio?
Chalk &
Board
35
Derive the expressions for the
Volumetric
strain
of
a
rectangular bar subjected to
three axial forces which are
mutually perpendicular.
Wrapping up:
Ask students to give their views
on the discussion topic
Chalk &
Board
Ask students to summarize
the key learning
RVS Technical Campus  Coimbatore
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Stress, Strain and Deformation of Solids Unit 1
Course
Class &
Batch
Session
No.
Topic
Sub Topics
Extension of
uniformly
tapering rod.
Lecture
Session
Examples.
50 mins
Problems.
Strength of
Materials
II AME
(20142017
Batch)
11
Stresses on
inclined planes
Type &
Duration
Learning
Objectives:
After listening to this session, students should be able to:
Understand the concept of Stresses on inclined planes
Understand the Extension of uniformly tapering rod.
Teaching
Resources & Aids
References:
R1: Er.R.K.Rajput Strength of Materials (pp.2226)
Teaching Aids:
Chalk & Board
Course Faculty
Dr.K.Mylsamy
Micro Session Plan:
Session Structure
Recap of previous
session
Lecture Points
Longitudinal strain.
Teaching
Aids
Duration
(in
minutes)
5
Interaction Points with
students
Define Longitudinal strain.
Lateral strain.
Define Lateral strain.
Poissons ratio.
Define Poissons ratio.
Define volumetric strain?
What are the uses
volumetric strain?
Opening Thought:
Elaboration:
Wrapping up:
Stresses on inclined planes
Derive the expressions for the
total elongation of an extension
of uniformly tapering rod.
Solving the example problem
on extension of a uniformly
tapering rod.
Ask students to give their views
on the discussion topic
Chalk &
Board
10
What is meant by inclined
planes?
Draw the extension
uniformly tapering rod?
Chalk &
Board
30
of
of
Ask students to summarize
the answer?
Ask students to summarize
the key learning
Chalk &
Board
What is meant by inclined
planes?
Draw the extension
uniformly tapering rod?
of
RVS Technical Campus  Coimbatore
MicroSession Plan
Stress, Strain and Deformation of Solids Unit 1
Course
Class &
Batch
Session
No.
Topic
Sub Topics
Type &
Duration
Course Faculty
Introduction
Strength of
Materials
Learning
Objectives:
Teaching
Resources & Aids
II AME
(20142017
Batch)
12
Principal
stresses and
principal
planes
Principal stresses
Principal planes
Methods
for
determining
stresses
on
oblique plane
Lecture
Session
Dr.K.Mylsamy
50 mins
After listening to this session, students should be able to:
Understand the meaning of Principal stresses and Principal planes
Understand the Methods for determining stresses on oblique plane
References:
R1: S.S.Bhavikatti Strength of Materials (pp.91100)
R2: Er.R.K.Rajput Strength of Materials (pp.9196)
R3: http://nptel.ac.in/courses/Webcoursecontents/IITROORKEE/strength
%20of%20materials/homepage.htm by LS Ramachandra & SK Barai
(IITKGP)
Teaching Aids:
Chalk & Board
Micro Session Plan:
Session Structure
Lecture Points
Teaching
Aids
Duration
(in
minutes)
Interaction Points with
students
Recap of previous
session
Stresses on inclined planes
Define Longitudinal strain.
Extension of uniformly tapering
rod.
Define Lateral strain.
5
Define Poissons ratio.
What is meant by inclined
planes?
Opening Thought:
Principal stresses.
Principal strain.
Elaboration:
Chalk &
Board
Define Principal stresses.
10
Methods
for
determining
stresses on oblique plane.
Explain and Derive a member
subjected to a direct stress in
one plane.
Define Principal strain.
What are the methods of
determining stresses on
oblique plane?
Define normal stress.
Chalk &
Board
Define tangential stress.
30
Define resultant stress.
Explain and Derive a member
subjected to a direct stress in
two mutually perpendicular
directions.
Wrapping up:
Ask students to give their views
on the discussion topic
Chalk &
Board
Ask students to summarize
the key learning
5
Define Principal stresses.
Define Principal strain.
RVS Technical Campus  Coimbatore
MicroSession Plan
Stress, Strain and Deformation of Solids Unit 1
Course
Strength of
Materials
Learning
Objectives:
Teaching
Resources & Aids
Class &
Batch
Session
No.
II AME
(20142017
Batch)
13
Topic
Principal
stresses and
principal
planes
Sub Topics
Normal
stress
Tangential
stress
Resultant
stress
Type &
Duration
Lecture
Session
Course Faculty
Dr.K.Mylsamy
50 mins
Methods for
determining
stresses on
oblique plane
After listening to this session, students should be able to:
Know the various stresses like normal, tangential and resultant stress
Understand the Methods for determining stresses on oblique plane
References:
R1: S.S.Bhavikatti Strength of Materials (pp.91100)
R2: Er.R.K.Rajput Strength of Materials (pp.9196)
R3: http://www.nptel.iitm.ac.in/courses/Webcoursecontents/IIT
%20Kharagpur/Structural%20Analysis/New_index1.html by LS
Ramachandra & SK Barai (IITKGP)
Teaching Aids:
Chalk & Board
Micro Session Plan:
Session Structure
Lecture Points
Teaching
Aids
Duration
(in
Interaction Points with
students
minutes)
Recap of previous
session
Principal stresses
Define Principal stresses.
Principal planes
Define Principal strain.
Define normal stress.
5
Define tangential stress.
Define resultant stress.
What are the methods of
determining stresses on
oblique plane?
Opening Thought:
Elaboration:
Methods for determining
stresses on oblique plane
Chalk &
Board
10
Explain and Derive a member
subjected to a simple shear
stress.
Explain and Derive a member
subjected to a direct stress in
one plane accompanied by a
simple shear.
What are the methods of
determining stresses on
oblique plane?
What is the unit for stress?
To discuss about the various
Methods for determining
stresses on oblique plane.
Chalk &
Board
30
Explain and Derive a member
subjected to a two direct stress
in mutually perpendicular
directions accompanied by a
simple shear.
Wrapping up:
Ask students to give their views
on the discussion topic
Chalk &
Board
Ask students to summarize
the key learning
5
What are the methods of
determining stresses on
oblique plane?
RVS Technical Campus  Coimbatore
MicroSession Plan
Stress, Strain and Deformation of Solids Unit 1
Course
Strength of
Materials
Learning
Objectives:
Teaching
Resources & Aids
Class &
Batch
Session
No.
II AME
(20142017
Batch)
14
Topic
Mohrs circle of
stress
Sub Topics
Introduction
about Mohrs
circle of stress
Applications
Type &
Duration
Lecture
Session
Course Faculty
Dr.K.Mylsamy
50 mins
After listening to this session, students should be able to:
Know the various applications of Mohrs circle.
Understand the concept of Mohrs circle
References:
R1: S.S.Bhavikatti Strength of Materials (pp.109114)
R2: Er.R.K.Rajput Strength of Materials (pp.97101)
R3: http://nptel.ac.in/courses/Webcoursecontents/IITROORKEE/strength
%20of%20materials/homepage.htm
by LS Ramachandra & SK Barai (IITKGP)
Teaching Aids:
Chalk & Board
Micro Session Plan:
Session Structure
Recap of previous
session
Lecture Points
Methods
for
determining
stresses on oblique plane
Teaching
Aids
Duration
(in
minutes)
Interaction Points with
students
What are the methods of
determining stresses on
oblique plane?
Opening Thought:
Elaboration:
Graphical
method
for
determining stresses on oblique
plane.
Summarizing the key
points
10
Explain Mohrs circle of stress
and its applications.
Draw a body subjected to two
mutually perpendicular unequal
and like principal stresses by
using concept of Mohrs circle
method.
Wrapping up:
Chalk &
Board
What is meant by major
principal stresses?
What is meant by minor
principal stresses?
Define
stress.
maximum
shear
To discuss about the answer
for given problem.
Chalk &
Board
30
Solving the example problem
and find the normal, tangential
and resultant stresses in oblique
plane by using Mohrs circle
method.
Ask students to give their views
on the discussion topic
Assignment problem
Mohrs circle method.
in
Ask students to summarize
the key learning
Chalk &
Board
What is meant by major
principal stresses?
What is meant by minor
principal stresses?
RVS Technical Campus  Coimbatore
MicroSession Plan
Stress, Strain and Deformation of Solids Unit 1
Course
Strength of
Materials
Learning
Objectives:
Teaching
Resources & Aids
Class &
Batch
Session
No.
Topic
Sub Topics
II AME
Mohrs circle
Mohrs
circle
of
(2014method
15
stress
2017
problems
Batch)
After listening to this session, students should be able to:
Know the various applications of Mohrs circle
Understand the concept of Mohrs circle
Type &
Duration
Lecture
Session
Course Faculty
Dr.K.Mylsamy
50 mins
References:
R1: S.S.Bhavikatti Strength of Materials (pp.109114)
R2: Er.R.K.Rajput Strength of Materials (pp.97101)
R3: http://nptel.ac.in/courses/Webcoursecontents/IITROORKEE/strength
%20of%20materials/homepage.htm by LS Ramachandra & SK Barai
(IITKGP)
Teaching Aids:
Chalk & Board
Micro Session Plan:
Session Structure
Recap of previous
session
Lecture Points
Importance and Applications of
Mohrs circle.
Teaching
Aids
Duration
(in
minutes)
5
Interaction Points with
students
What are the Importance of
Mohrs circles?
What are the Applications of
Mohrs circles?
What is meant by major
principal stresses?
What is meant by minor
principal stresses?
Define
stress.
maximum
Ask
to
assignment.
Opening Thought:
Elaboration:
Wrapping up:
Graphical
method
for
determining stresses on oblique
plane.
Draw a body subjected to two
mutually perpendicular unequal
and unlike principal stresses by
using concept of Mohrs circle
method.
Solving the example problem
and find the normal, tangential
and resultant stresses in oblique
plane by using Mohrs circle
method.
Ask students to give their views
on the discussion topic
Chalk &
Board
shear
submit
the
What is unit for resultant
stress?
To discuss about the answer
for given problem.
Chalk &
Board
Chalk &
Board
Assignment problem
Mohrs circle method.
in
35
Ask students to summarize
the key learning
What is unit for resultant
stress?
RVS Technical Campus  Coimbatore
MicroSession Plan
Stress, Strain and Deformation of Solids Unit 1
Course
Strength of
Materials
Learning
Objectives:
Teaching
Resources & Aids
Class &
Batch
Session
No.
Topic
Sub Topics
II AME
Mohrs circle
Mohrs circle of
(2014method
16
stress
2017
problems
Batch)
After listening to this session, students should be able to:
Know the various applications of Mohrs circle
Understand the concept of Mohrs circle
Type &
Duration
Lecture
Session
Course Faculty
Dr.K.Mylsamy
50 mins
References:
R1: S.S.Bhavikatti Strength of Materials (pp.109114)
R2: Er.R.K.Rajput Strength of Materials (pp.97101)
R3: http://nptel.ac.in/courses/Webcoursecontents/IITROORKEE/strength
%20of%20materials/homepage.htm
by LS Ramachandra & SK Barai (IITKGP)
Teaching Aids:
Chalk & Board
Micro Session Plan:
Session Structure
Recap of previous
session
Lecture Points
Teaching
Aids
Duration
(in
minutes)
Importance and Applications of
Mohrs circle.
Interaction Points with
students
What are the Importance of
Mohrs circles?
What are the Applications of
Mohrs circles?
Ask
to
assignment.
submit
the
Opening Thought:
Elaboration:
Wrapping up:
Graphical
method
for
determining stresses on oblique
plane.
Draw a body subjected to two
mutually perpendicular unequal
like stresses accompanied by a
simple shear stress
using
concept of Mohrs circle
method.
Solving the example problem
and find the normal, tangential
and resultant stresses in oblique
plane by using Mohrs circle
method.
Ask students to give their views
on the discussion topic
Chalk &
Board
What are the methods using
for determining stresses on
oblique plane?
To discuss about the answer
for given problem.
Assignment problem
Mohrs circle method.
Chalk &
Board
Chalk &
Board
in
35
Ask students to summarize
the key learning
5
What are the methods using
for determining stresses on
oblique plane?
UNITII
TRANSVERSE LOADING ON BEAMS AND STRESS IN BEAM
Unit wise objectives:
The student will be able:
To understand the types of transverse loading acts on beams and stresses acts in beam.
To familiarize the students with the calculation and drawing of shear force and
bending moment.
To study about the concept of simple bending, and bending equation derivation.
To study about the proportioning section and composite beams
To study about the shear stress distribution.
Course
Class &
Batch
Session
No.
Topic
Sub Topics
Type &
Duration
Course Faculty
Introduction,
Types
beams,
Strength of
Materials
II AME
(20142017
Batch)
Beams
of
Transverse
loading
on
beams,
Types
of
transverse load.
Lecture
Session
50mins
Dr.K.Mylsamy
Learning
Objectives:
Teaching
Resources & Aids
After listening to this session, students should be able to:
Know the Types of beams
Understand the meaning of Transverse loading on beams
Understand the Types of transverse load
R1: S.S.Bhavikatti Strength of Materials
R2: Er.R.K.Rajput Strength of Materials
R3: http://www.nptel.iitm.ac.in/courses/Webcoursecontents/IIT
References:
%20Kharagpur/Structural%20Analysis/New_index1.html by LS
Ramachandra & SK Barai (IITKGP)
Teaching Aids:
PPT and Chalk & Board
Micro Session Plan:
Session Structure
Recap of previous
session
Lecture Points
Teaching
Aids
Duration
(in
minutes)
Graphical
method
for
determining stresses on oblique
plane.
Interaction Points with
students
What are the Importance of
Mohrs circles?
What are the Applications of
Mohrs circles?
What are the methods using
for determining stresses on
oblique plane?
Opening Thought:
Beams
Introduction
Types
Define beams?
Chalk &
Board
What are the types of beams?
10
Transverse loads
Types of Transverse loads
Elaboration:
Explain
Give example
beam?
Explain what is mean by beams.
Explain various types of beam
used in engineering through
simple diagram with examples.
Explain various types of load
acting
on
engineering
components or beams through
simple diagram with examples.
Explain various aplication for
the beams.
for
What are the types
transverse loads?
Chalk &
Board
30
each
of
Give example for various
loads acting on beams?
What are the usage and
application of beams?
Wrapping up:
Summarizing the key
points
Ask students to give their views
on the discussion topic
Ask students to summarize
the key learning
Chalk &
Board
Define beams?
What are the types of beams?
RVS Technical Campus  Coimbatore
MicroSession Plan
Transverse Loading on Beams and Stress in Beam  Unit 2
Course
Class &
Batch
Session
No.
Topic
Sub Topics
Type &
Duration
Course Faculty
Shear
force
and bending
moment
in
beams,
Sign
conversion for
shear force and
bending
moment,
Strength of
Materials
II AME
(20142017
Batch)
Beams
Relation
between
and BM,
SF
Important
points
for
calculating SF
and BM,
Lecture
Session
50 mins
Important
points
for
drawing
SF
and
BM
diagrams,
Learning
Objectives:
Nature of SFD
and BMD for
various loads.
After listening to this session, students should be able to:
Know the Shear force and bending moment in beams
Understand the Sign conversion for shear force and bending moment,
Dr.K.Mylsamy
Teaching
Resources & Aids
Understand the Relation between SF and BM
Understand the Nature of SFD and BMD for various loads
References:
R1: S.S.Bhavikatti Strength of Materials
R2: Er.R.K.Rajput Strength of Materials
R3: http://www.nptel.iitm.ac.in/courses/Webcoursecontents/IIT
%20Kharagpur/Structural%20Analysis/New_index1.html by LS
Ramachandra & SK Barai (IITKGP)
Teaching Aids:
PPT and Chalk & Board
Micro Session Plan:
Session Structure
Recap of previous
session
Lecture Points
Teaching
Aids
Duration
(in
minutes)
Interaction Points with
students
Beams
What is meant by beams?
Introduction
What are the types of beams?
Types
Give example
beam?
Transverse loads
5
Types of Transverse loads
for
What are the types
transverse loads?
each
of
Give example for various
loads acting on beams?
What are the usage and
application of beams?
Opening Thought:
Shear force and bending
moment
Do you know what is meant
by SFD and BMD?
What
are
the
conversions of beams?
Sign conversion
Relation
Chalk &
Board
sign
10
Calculating SF and BM.
Important points for draw SFD
and BMD
Nature of SFD and BMD.
Elaboration:
ExplainShear force and bending
moment in beams.
Sign conversion for shear force
What is meant by Shear
Force?
Chalk &
Board
What is meant by Bending
moment?
How to calculate SF and
and bending moment.
BM?
What is meant by SFD?
Relation between Shear force
and bending moment.
What is meant by BMD?
30
Important points for calculating
SF and BM.
What is the relationship
between SF and BM?
Important points for drawing SF
and BM diagrams.
Wrapping up:
Summarizing the key
points
Nature of SFD and BMD for
various loads.
Ask students to give their views
on the discussion topic
Ask students to summarize
the key learning
Chalk &
Board
Do you know what is meant
by SFD and BMD?
What
are
the
conversions of beams?
sign
RVS Technical Campus  Coimbatore
MicroSession Plan
Transverse Loading on Beams and Stress in Beam  Unit 2
Course
Strength of
Materials
Learning
Objectives:
Teaching
Resources & Aids
Class &
Batch
Session
No.
II AME
(20142017
Batch)
Topic
Cantilever
Beams
Sub Topics
SFD and BMD
for Cantilever
Beams,
Problems.
Type &
Duration
Lecture
Session
Course Faculty
Dr.K.Mylsamy
50 mins
After listening to this session, students should be able to:
Know the Deflection of Cantilever beam due to different loads acting on it.
Learn the examples of Cantilever Beams
Solve problems on Cantilever Beams
R1: S.S.Bhavikatti Strength of Materials
R2: Er.R.K.Rajput Strength of Materials
References:
R3: http://freevideolectures.com/Course/96/StrengthofMaterials by IIT
Kharagpur Course , Prof. S.K.Bhattacharyya.
Teaching Aids:
PPT and Chalk & Board
Micro Session Plan:
Session Structure
Recap of previous
session
Lecture Points
Teaching
Aids
Duration
(in
minutes)
Interaction Points with
students
Shear force and bending
moment
What is meant by Shear
Force?
Sign conversion
What is meant by Bending
moment?
Relation
How to calculate SF and
BM?
Calculating SF and BM.
Important points for draw SFD
and BMD
Nature of SFD and BMD.
10
What is meant by SFD?
What is meant by BMD?
What is the relationship
between SF and BM?
Opening Thought:
Elaboration:
Wrapping up:
Cantilever beam and their
application
Chalk &
Board
What is cantilever beam?
Derive the SF and BM
expression for cantilever beam
with single concentrated load at
free end.
Draw the SFD and BMD for
cantilever beam with single
concentrated load at free
end?
Derive the SF and BM
expression for cantilever beam
with Uniformly Varying Load.
Draw the SFD and BMD for
cantilever beam with single
Uniformly Varying Load?
Chalk &
Board
30
Derive the SF and BM
expression for cantilever beam
with Uniformly Distributed
Load.
Draw the SFD and BMD for
cantilever
beam
with
Uniformly Distributed Load?
Solving the example problem
on Cantilever beam.
Ask students to summarize
the answer?
Ask students to give their views
on the discussion topic
Ask students to summarize
the key learning.
What is cantilever beam?
Chalk &
Board
Draw the SFD and BMD for
cantilever beam with single
concentrated load at free
end?
RVS Technical Campus  Coimbatore
MicroSession Plan
Transverse Loading on Beams and Stress in Beam  Unit 2
Course
Strength of
Materials
Learning
Objectives:
Teaching
Resources & Aids
Class &
Batch
Session
No.
Topic
Sub Topics
Type &
Duration
Course Faculty
II AME
Lecture
Cantilever
(2014Session
Dr.K.Mylsamy
4
Tutorial
Beams
2017
50 mins
Batch)
After listening to this session, students should be able to:
Know the Deflection of Cantilever beam due to different loads acting on it.
Learn the examples of Cantilever Beams
Solve problems on Cantilever Beams
R1: S.S.Bhavikatti Strength of Materials
R2: Er.R.K.Rajput Strength of Materials
References:
R3: http://freevideolectures.com/Course/96/StrengthofMaterials by IIT
Kharagpur Course, Prof. S.K.Bhattacharyya.
Teaching Aids:
PPT and Chalk & Board
Micro Session Plan:
Session Structure
Recap of previous
session
Lecture Points
Teaching
Aids
Duration
(in
minutes)
SFD and BMD for Cantilever
Beams.
Interaction Points with
students
How to calculate the SF and
BM for cantilever beam with
single concentrated load at
free end?
How to calculate the SF and
BM for cantilever beam with
single Uniformly Varying
Load?
How to calculate the SF and
BM for cantilever beam with
Uniformly Distributed Load?
Opening Thought:
Elaboration:
Dictate the problems
cantilever beam.
on
Chalk &
Board
Define cantilever beam.
10
Explain the data given in the
problem.
Explain how to calculate shear
force.
Explain how to
bending movement.
calculate
What are the applications of
cantilever beam?
What is the formula to
calculate shear force?
What is the formula to
calculate bending moment?
PPT
Chalk &
Board
30
To discuss the answer for the
given problem.
Explain how to draw SFD and
BMD.
Wrapping up:
Ask students to give their views
on the discussion topic
Ask students to summarize
the key learning
Chalk &
Board
What is the formula to
calculate shear force?
What is the formula to
calculate bending moment?
RVS Technical Campus  Coimbatore
MicroSession Plan
Transverse Loading on Beams and Stress in Beam  Unit 2
Course
Strength of
Materials
Learning
Objectives:
Teaching
Resources & Aids
Class &
Batch
Session
No.
II AME
(20142017
Batch)
Topic
Sub Topics
Simply
Supported
Beams
SFD and BMD
for
Simply
Supported
Beams,
Type &
Duration
Lecture
Session
Course Faculty
Dr.K.Mylsamy
50 mins
Problems.
After listening to this session, students should be able to:
Know the Deflection of Simply Supported Beams due to different loads acting on it.
Learn the examples of Simply Supported Beams
Solve problems on Simply Supported Beams
R1: S.S.Bhavikatti Strength of Materials
R2: Er.R.K.Rajput Strength of Materials
References:
R3: http://freevideolectures.com/Course/96/StrengthofMaterials by IIT
Kharagpur Course , Prof. S.K.Bhattacharyya.
Teaching Aids:
PPT and Chalk & Board
Micro Session Plan:
Session Structure
Recap of previous
session
Opening Thought:
Elaboration:
Lecture Points
Teaching
Aids
Duration
(in
minutes)
Cantilever Beams
5
Simply Supported Beam and
their application
Derive the
expression
SF and BM
for
Simply
Chalk &
Board
Chalk &
35
Interaction Points with
students
What is the formula to
calculate shear force?
What is the formula to
calculate bending moment?
What is Simply Supported
beam?
What are the applications of
simply supported beam?
Draw the SFD and BMD for
Simply Supported beam with
Wrapping up:
Supported beam with single
concentrated load at free end.
single concentrated load at
free end?
Derive the SF and BM
expression
for
Simply
Supported
beam
with
Uniformly Varying Load.
Draw the SFD and BMD for
Simply Supported beam with
single Uniformly Varying
Load?
Board
Derive the SF and BM
expression
for
Simply
Supported
beam
with
Uniformly Distributed Load.
Draw the SFD and BMD for
Simply Supported beam with
Uniformly Distributed Load?
Solving the example problem
on Simply Supported beam.
Ask students to summarize
the answer?
Ask students to give their views
on the discussion topic
Ask students to summarize
the key learning
Chalk &
Board
What is Simply Supported
beam?
What are the applications of
simply supported beam?
RVS Technical Campus  Coimbatore
MicroSession Plan
Transverse Loading on Beams and Stress in Beam  Unit 2
Course
Strength of
Materials
Learning
Objectives:
Teaching
Resources & Aids
Class &
Batch
Session
No.
Topic
Sub Topics
Type &
Duration
Course Faculty
II AME
Lecture
Simply
(2014Session
Dr.K.Mylsamy
6
Supported
Tutorial
2017
Beams
50 mins
Batch)
After listening to this session, students should be able to:
Know the Deflection of Simply Supported Beams due to different loads acting on it.
Learn the examples of Simply Supported Beams
Solve problems on Simply Supported Beams
R1: S.S.Bhavikatti Strength of Materials
R2: Er.R.K.Rajput Strength of Materials
References:
R3: http://freevideolectures.com/Course/96/StrengthofMaterials by IIT
Kharagpur Course, Prof. S.K.Bhattacharyya.
Teaching Aids:
Chalk & Board
Micro Session Plan:
Session Structure
Recap of previous
session
Lecture Points
Teaching
Aids
Duration
(in
minutes)
Simply Supported Beam
Interaction Points with
students
How to calculate the SF and
BM Simply Supported Beam
with single concentrated load
at free end?
How to calculate the SF and
BM for Simply Supported
Beam with single Uniformly
Varying Load?
How to calculate the SF and
BM for Simply Supported
Beam
with
Uniformly
Distributed Load?
Opening Thought:
Elaboration:
Dictate the problems
cantilever beam.
on
Chalk &
Board
Explain the data given in the
problem.
Explain how to calculate shear
force.
Explain how to
bending movement.
What are the types of loads
acting on beams?
What is the formula to
calculate shear force?
Chalk &
Board
calculate
What is the formula to
calculate bending moment?
35
To discuss the answer for the
given problem.
Explain how to draw SFD and
BMD.
Wrapping up:
Ask students to give their views
on the discussion topic
Ask students to summarize
the key learning
What are the types of loads
acting on beams?
Chalk &
Board
What is the formula to
calculate shear force?
What is the formula to
calculate bending moment?
RVS Technical Campus  Coimbatore
MicroSession Plan
Transverse Loading on Beams and Stress in Beam  Unit 2
Course
Class &
Batch
Session
No.
Topic
Sub Topics
Strength of
Materials
II AME
(20142017
Batch)
Over Hanging
Beam
Learning
Objectives:
Teaching
Resources & Aids
SFD
and
BMD
for
Over
Hanging
Beams,
Type &
Duration
Lecture
Session
Course Faculty
Dr.K.Mylsamy
50 mins
Problems.
After listening to this session, students should be able to:
Know the Deflection of over Hanging Beams due to different loads acting on it.
Learn the examples of Over Hanging Beams
Solve problems on Over Hanging Beams
R1: S.S.Bhavikatti Strength of Materials
R2: Er.R.K.Rajput Strength of Materials
R3: http://freevideolectures.com/Course/2361/StrengthofMaterials
by IIT Roorkee Course , Prof. S.P.Harsha
References:
http://www.nptel.iitm.ac.in/courses/Webcoursecontents/IITROORKEE/
strength%20of%20materials/lects%20&
%20picts/image/lect14/lecture14.htm by by LS Ramachandra & SK Barai
(IITKGP)
Teaching Aids:
PPT and Chalk & Board
Micro Session Plan:
Session Structure
Recap of previous
session
Opening Thought:
Lecture Points
Teaching
Aids
Duration
(in minutes)
Simply Supported Beam
5
Over Hanging Beam and their
application
Chalk &
Board
Interaction Points with
students
What is the formula to
calculate shear force?
What is the formula to
calculate bending moment?
What is Over Hanging
Beam?
What are the applications
of overhanging beam?
Elaboration:
Derive the SF and BM
expression for Over Hanging
Beam with single concentrated
load at free end.
Draw the SFD and BMD
for Over Hanging Beam
with single concentrated
load at free end?
Derive the SF and BM
expression for Over Hanging
Beam with Uniformly Varying
Load.
Draw the SFD and BMD
for Over Hanging Beam
with single Uniformly
Varying Load?
Chalk &
Board
35
Derive the SF and BM
expression for Over Hanging
Beam
with
Uniformly
Distributed Load.
Draw the SFD and BMD
for Over Hanging Beam
with Uniformly Distributed
Load?
Solving the example problem
on Over Hanging Beam.
Wrapping up:
Ask students to summarize
the answer?
Ask students to give their views
on the discussion topic
Ask students to summarize
the key learning
Chalk &
Board
What is
Beam?
Over
Hanging
What are the applications of
overhanging beam?
RVS Technical Campus  Coimbatore
MicroSession Plan
Transverse Loading on Beams and Stress in Beam  Unit 2
Course
Strength of
Materials
Learning
Objectives:
Teaching
Resources & Aids
Class &
Batch
Session
No.
Topic
Sub Topics
Type &
Duration
Course Faculty
II AME
Lecture
Over Hanging
(2014Session
Dr.K.Mylsamy
8
Tutorial
Beams
2017
50 mins
Batch)
After listening to this session, students should be able to:
Know the Deflection of over Hanging Beams due to different loads acting on it.
Learn the examples of Over Hanging Beams
Solve problems on Over Hanging Beams
R1: S.S.Bhavikatti Strength of Materials
R2: Er.R.K.Rajput Strength of Materials
References:
R3: R3: http://freevideolectures.com/Course/2361/StrengthofMaterials
by IIT Roorkee Course , Prof. S.P.Harsha
Teaching Aids:
PPT and Chalk & Board
Micro Session Plan:
Session Structure
Recap of previous
session
Lecture Points
Teaching
Aids
Duration
(in
minutes)
Over Hanging Beam
Interaction Points with
students
How to calculate the SF and
BM Over Hanging Beam
with single concentrated load
at free end?
How to calculate the SF and
BM for Over Hanging Beam
with
single
Uniformly
Varying Load?
How to calculate the SF and
BM for Over Hanging Beam
with Uniformly Distributed
Load?
Opening Thought:
Dictate the problems on Over
Hanging Beam.
Chalk &
Board
Elaboration:
What is
Beam?
PPT
5
Hanging
What are the applications of
overhanging beam?
Explain the data given in the
problem.
What is the formula to
calculate shear force?
Explain how to calculate shear
force.
What is the formula to
calculate
bending
movement?
Explain how to
bending movement.
calculate
PPT
Chalk &
Board
35
To discuss the answer for the
given problem.
Assignment questions given
to students.
Explain how to draw SFD and
BMD.
Wrapping up:
Over
Ask students to give their views
on the discussion topic
Ask students to summarize
the key learning
Chalk &
Board
What is
Beam?
Over
Hanging
What are the applications of
overhanging beam?
RVS Technical Campus  Coimbatore
MicroSession Plan
Transverse Loading on Beams and Stress in Beam  Unit 2
Course
Class &
Batch
Session
No.
Topic
Sub Topics
Type &
Duration
Course Faculty
Introduction,
Strength of
Materials
Learning
Objectives:
Teaching
Resources & Aids
II AME
(20142017
Batch)
Theory of
Simple Bending
Assumptions
in
simple
bending,
Derivation of
Simple
Bending
Equation.
Lecture
Session
Dr.K.Mylsamy
50 mins
After listening to this session, students should be able to:
Understand the meaning of Theory of simple bending
Understand the Assumptions in simple bending.
References:
R1: S.S.Bhavikatti Strength of Materials
R2: Er.R.K.Rajput Strength of Materials
R3: http://nptel.ac.in/courses/Webcoursecontents/IITROORKEE/strength
%20of%20materials/homepage.htm by LS Ramachandra & SK Barai
(IITKGP)
http://nptel.ac.in/courses/Webcoursecontents/IITROORKEE/strength
%20of%20materials/homepage.htm
by LS Ramachandra & SK Barai (IITKGP)
Teaching Aids:
Chalk & Board
Micro Session Plan:
Session Structure
Recap of previous
session
Lecture Points
Over Hanging beam
Teaching
Aids
Duration
(in
minutes)
5
Interaction Points with
students
What is the formula to
calculate shear force?
What is the formula to
calculate
bending
movement?
Ask
to
assignment.
Opening Thought:
Introduction,
Assumptions in simple bending,
The
steps
involved
in
development of bending theory.
Elaboration:
the
What is meant by simple
bending?
10
Explain simple bending with
example.
What is the equation for
simple bending?
Define simple bending.
What are the assumptions
made in simple bending?
Derive the expression
Simple Bending Equation.
Applications
for
Bending Equation.
Wrapping up:
Chalk &
Board
submit
for
Simple
Chalk &
Board
30
What are the steps involved
in development of bending
theory?
What are the applications for
simple bending?
Ask students to give their views
on the discussion topic
Ask students to summarize
the key learning
Chalk &
Board
What is meant by simple
bending?
What are the assumptions
made in simple bending?
RVS Technical Campus  Coimbatore
MicroSession Plan
Transverse Loading on Beams and Stress in Beam  Unit 2
Course
Strength of
Materials
Class &
Batch
Session
No.
II AME
(20142017
Batch)
Topic
Sub Topics
Section Modulus
or Modulus of
Section,
10
Theory of
Simple Bending
Flitched Beams
or
Composite
Beams,
Type &
Duration
Lecture
Session
Course Faculty
Dr.K.Mylsamy
50 mins
Problems.
Learning
Objectives:
Teaching
Resources & Aids
After listening to this session, students should be able to:
Know the applications of Section Modulus or Modulus of Section,
Understand the Flitched Beams or Composite Beams
Solve problems on Composite Beams
R1: S.S.Bhavikatti Strength of Materials
R2: Er.R.K.Rajput Strength of Materials
R3: http://nptel.ac.in/courses/Webcoursecontents/IITROORKEE/strength
References:
%20of%20materials/homepage.htm
by LS Ramachandra & SK Barai (IITKGP)
Teaching Aids:
Chalk & Board
Micro Session Plan:
Session Structure
Recap of previous
session
Lecture Points
Teaching
Aids
Duration
(in
minutes)
Simple bending
What is meant by simple
bending?
Introduction.
What is the equation for
simple bending?
Assumptions in simple bending.
The
steps
involved
in
development of bending theory.
Simple Bending Equation.
Interaction Points with
students
What are the assumptions
made in simple bending?
What are the steps involved
in development of bending
theory?
What are the applications for
simple bending?
Opening Thought:
Modulus of Section.
Composite Beams.
Elaboration:
Chalk &
Board
Define section modulus?
10
Define Modulus of Section.
Can you write formula for
section modulus for circular
section?
Define Composite Beams.
Derive the values of I for
various sections.
Can you write formula for
section modulus for hollow
rectangular section?
Derive the values of Z for
various sections.
Solving problems on theory of
simple bending.
Define Composite beams?
Chalk &
Board
30
Can you write formula for
section modulus for hollow
circular section?
Can you write formula for
section
modulus
for
rectangular section?
Can you write formula for
section
modulus
for
triangular section?
To discuss the answer for the
given problem.
Wrapping up:
Ask students to give their views
on the discussion topic
Ask students to summarize
the key learning
Chalk &
Board
Define section modulus?
Define Composite beams?
RVS Technical Campus  Coimbatore
MicroSession Plan
Transverse Loading on Beams and Stress in Beam  Unit 2
Course
Strength of
Materials
Learning
Objectives:
Teaching
Resources & Aids
Class &
Batch
Session
No.
Topic
Sub Topics
Type &
Duration
Course Faculty
II AME
Lecture
Theory of
(2014Session
Dr.K.Mylsamy
11
Simple
Tutorial
2017
Bending
50 mins
Batch)
After listening to this session, students should be able to:
Know the applications of Section Modulus or Modulus of Section,
Understand the Flitched Beams or Composite Beams
Solve problems on Composite Beams
R1: Er.R.K.Rajput Strength of Materials
R2: Er.R.K.Rajput Strength of Materials
R3: http://nptel.ac.in/courses/Webcoursecontents/IITROORKEE/strength
References:
%20of%20materials/homepage.htm by LS Ramachandra & SK Barai
(IITKGP)
Teaching Aids:
Chalk & Board
Micro Session Plan:
Session Structure
Recap of previous
session
Lecture Points
Teaching
Aids
Duration
(in
minutes)
Interaction Points with
students
Modulus of Section.
Define section modulus?
Composite Beams.
Define Composite beams?
Can you write formula for
section modulus for circular
section?
Can you write formula for
section modulus for hollow
rectangular section?
5
Can you write formula for
section modulus for hollow
circular section?
Can you write formula for
section
modulus
for
rectangular section?
Can you write formula for
section
modulus
for
triangular section?
Opening Thought:
Elaboration:
Dictate the problems on Theory
of Simple Bending.
Chalk &
Board
Explain the data given in the
problem.
What is the formula to
calculate I?
Explain how to calculate I.
What is the formula to
calculate Y?
Explain how to calculate Y.
Chalk &
Board
35
Explain how to calculate Z.
Assignment questions given
to students.
Explain how to calculate
bending stress.
Wrapping up:
Ask students to give their views
on the discussion topic
To discuss the answer for the
given problem.
Chalk &
Board
Ask students to summarize
the key learning
RVS Technical Campus  Coimbatore
MicroSession Plan
Transverse Loading on Beams and Stress in Beam  Unit 2
Course
Strength of
Materials
Learning
Objectives:
Teaching
Resources & Aids
Class &
Batch
Session
No.
Topic
Sub Topics
Type &
Duration
Course Faculty
II AME
Lecture
Theory
of
(2014Session
Dr.K.Mylsamy
12
Tutorial
Simple Bending
2017
50 mins
Batch)
After listening to this session, students should be able to:
Know the applications of Section Modulus or Modulus of Section,
Understand the Flitched Beams or Composite Beams
Solve problems on Composite Beams
R1: S.S.Bhavikatti Strength of Materials
R2: Er.R.K.Rajput Strength of Materials
References:
R3: http://nptel.ac.in/courses/Webcoursecontents/IITROORKEE/strength
%20of%20materials/homepage.htm by LS Ramachandra & SK Barai
(IITKGP)
Teaching Aids:
Chalk & Board
Micro Session Plan:
Session Structure
Lecture Points
Teaching
Aids
Duration
(in
minutes)
Interaction Points with
students
Recap of previous
session
Problems on Theory of Simple
Bending.
Opening Thought:
Dictate the problems on Theory
of Simple Bending.
Elaboration:
Explain the data given in the
problem.
What is the formula to
calculate I?
Explain how to calculate I.
What is the formula to
calculate Y?
5
Chalk &
Board
Explain how to calculate Y.
Explain how to calculate Z.
35
Chalk &
Board
Ask students to give their views
on the discussion topic
What is the formula to
calculate Z?
To discuss the answer for the
given problem.
Explain how to calculate
bending stress.
Wrapping up:
Ask to students submit the
assignment.
Assignment questions given
to students.
Chalk &
Board
RVS Technical Campus  Coimbatore
Ask students to summarize
the key learning
MicroSession Plan
Transverse Loading on Beams and Stress in Beam  Unit 2
Course
Strength of
Materials
Class &
Batch
Session
No.
II AME
(20142017
Batch)
13
Topic
Sub Topics
Shear Stress
at a Section,
Shear Stress
Distribution,
Shear Stress
Distribution
over
a
Rectangular
Section,
Shear Stress in
Beams
Learning
Objectives:
Teaching
Resources & Aids
Type &
Duration
Lecture
Session
Course Faculty
Dr.K.Mylsamy
50 mins
Shear Stress
Distribution
over
a
Circular
Section.
After listening to this session, students should be able to:
Know the Shear Stress at a Section and Shear Stress Distribution
Understand the Shear Stress Distribution over a Rectangular Section
Understand the Shear Stress Distribution over a Circular Section
R1: S.S.Bhavikatti Strength of Materials
R2: Er.R.K.Rajput Strength of Materials
R3: http://www.nptel.iitm.ac.in/courses/Webcoursecontents/IIT
References:
%20Kharagpur/Structural%20Analysis/New_index1.html by LS
Ramachandra & SK Barai (IITKGP)
Teaching Aids:
Chalk & Board
Micro Session Plan:
Session Structure
Recap of previous
session
Lecture Points
Problems on Theory of Simple
Bending.
Teaching
Aids
Duration
(in
minutes)
5
Interaction Points with
students
What is the formula to
calculate I?
What is the formula to
calculate Y?
What is the formula to
calculate Z?
Opening Thought:
Shear Stress at a Section,
Define shear stress.
Shear Stress Distribution,
Shear Stress Distribution over a
Rectangular Section,
Chalk &
Board
10
What is meant by Shear
Stress Distribution?
Shear Stress Distribution over a
Circular Section.
Elaboration:
Define shear stress.
What is the unit for Shear
stress?
Explain Shear Stress at a
Section.
Explain and Derive Shear Stress
Distribution over a Rectangular
Section.
What is equation of shear
stress distribution?
Chalk &
Board
30
What is the unit for I?
What is the unit for Z?
Explain and Derive Shear Stress
Distribution over a Circular
Section.
Wrapping up:
Ask students to give their views
on the discussion topic
Ask students to summarize
the key learning
Chalk &
Board
Define shear stress.
5
RVS Technical Campus  Coimbatore
MicroSession Plan
What is meant by Shear
Stress Distribution?
Transverse Loading on Beams and Stress in Beam  Unit 2
Course
Class &
Batch
Session
No.
Topic
Sub Topics
Type &
Duration
Course Faculty
Shear
Stress
Distribution over
a I Section,
Strength of
Materials
II AME
(20142017
Batch)
Shear Stress in
Beams
14
Shear
Stress
Distribution over
a T Section,
Shear
Stress
Distribution over
a
Triangular
Section,
Lecture
Session
Dr.K.Mylsamy
50 mins
Problems.
Learning
Objectives:
Teaching
Resources & Aids
After listening to this session, students should be able to:
Know the Shear Stress Distribution over a I Section
Understand the Shear Stress Distribution over a T Section
Understand the Shear Stress Distribution over a Triangular Section
R1: S.S.Bhavikatti Strength of Materials
R2: Er.R.K.Rajput Strength of Materials
R3: http://nptel.ac.in/courses/Webcoursecontents/IITReferences:
ROORKEE/strength%20of%20materials/homepage.htm
by LS Ramachandra & SK Barai (IITKGP)
Teaching Aids:
Chalk & Board
Micro Session Plan:
Session Structure
Recap of previous
session
Lecture Points
Teaching
Aids
Duration
(in
minutes)
Shear Stress at a Section.
Define shear stress.
Shear Stress Distribution.
Shear Stress Distribution over a
Rectangular Section.
Shear Stress Distribution over a
Circular Section.
Interaction Points with
students
What is meant by Shear
Stress Distribution?
5
What is the unit for Shear
stress?
What is equation of shear
stress distribution?
Opening Thought:
Shear Stress Distribution over a
I Section,
Shear Stress Distribution over a
T Section,
Chalk &
Board
What are the applications of I
section?
10
What are the applications of
T section?
Shear Stress Distribution over a
Triangular Section.
Elaboration:
Explain and Derive Shear Stress
Distribution over a I Section,
Explain and Derive Shear Stress
Distribution over a T Section,
Explain and Derive Shear Stress
Distribution over a Triangular
Section.
Wrapping up:
Summarizing the key
points
Define
stress.
Chalk &
Board
maximum
shear
To discuss about the answer
for given problem.
30
Solving problems on shear
stress distribution.
Ask students to give their views
on the discussion topic
Assignment problem
shear stress distribution.
in
Ask students to summarize
the key learning
Chalk &
Board
What are the applications of I
section?
What are the applications of
T section?
RVS Technical Campus  Coimbatore
MicroSession Plan
Transverse Loading on Beams and Stress in Beam  Unit 2
Course
Strength of
Materials
Learning
Objectives:
Teaching
Resources & Aids
Class &
Batch
Session
No.
Topic
Sub Topics
II AME
Shear Stress in
(201415
Tutorial
Beams
2017
Batch)
After listening to this session, students should be able to:
Understand the Shear stress Distribution
Solve problems on Shear Stress in Beams
Type &
Duration
Lecture
Session
Course Faculty
Dr.K.Mylsamy
50 mins
References:
R1: S.S.Bhavikatti Strength of Materials
R2: Er.R.K.Rajput Strength of Materials
R3: http://nptel.ac.in/courses/Webcoursecontents/IITROORKEE/strength
%20of%20materials/homepage.htm by LS Ramachandra & SK Barai
(IITKGP)
Teaching Aids:
Chalk & Board
Micro Session Plan:
Session Structure
Recap of previous
session
Lecture Points
Teaching
Aids
Duration
(in
minutes)
Interaction Points with
students
Shear Stress Distribution over a
I Section,
Define
stress.
Shear Stress Distribution over a
T Section,
What are the applications of I
section?
Shear Stress Distribution over a
Triangular Section.
maximum
What are the applications of
T section?
Ask
to
assignment.
Opening Thought:
Elaboration:
Wrapping up:
Dictate the problems on Shear
Stress Distribution.
Explain the data given in the
problem.
Ask students to give their views
on the discussion topic
shear
submit
the
Chalk &
Board
Where we are using Stress
Distribution problems in
practical application?
Chalk &
Board
35
To discuss the answer for the
given problem.
Ask students to summarize
the key learning
Chalk &
Board
RVS Technical Campus  Coimbatore
MicroSession Plan
Transverse Loading on Beams and Stress in Beam  Unit 2
Course
Strength of
Materials
Learning
Objectives:
Teaching
Resources & Aids
Class &
Batch
Session
No.
Topic
Sub Topics
II AME
Shear Stress in
(201416
Tutorial
Beams
2017
Batch)
After listening to this session, students should be able to:
Understand the Shear stress Distribution
Solve problems on Shear Stress in Beams
Type &
Duration
Lecture
Session
Course Faculty
Dr.K.Mylsamy
50 mins
References:
R1: S.S.Bhavikatti Strength of Materials
R2: Er.R.K.Rajput Strength of Materials
R3: http://nptel.ac.in/courses/Webcoursecontents/IITROORKEE/strength
%20of%20materials/homepage.htm by LS Ramachandra & SK Barai
(IITKGP)
Teaching Aids:
Chalk & Board
Micro Session Plan:
Session Structure
Teaching
Aids
Lecture Points
Recap of previous
session
Problems on
Distribution.
Opening Thought:
Dictate the problems on Shear
Stress Distribution.
Elaboration:
Wrapping up:
Shear
Duration (in
minutes)
Interaction Points with
students
Where we are using Stress
Distribution problems in
practical application?
Stress
Explain the data given in the
problem.
Ask students to give their views
on the discussion topic
Chalk &
Board
Chalk &
Board
Chalk &
Board
UNIT III
35
To discuss the answer for
the given problem.
Ask students to summarize
the key learning
TORSION
Unit wise objectives:
The student will be able:
To expose to the concept of Torsion
To understand the Stresses acting in helical springs
Course
Class &
Batch
Session
No.
Topic
Sub Topics
Type &
Duration
Course Faculty
Introduction,
Strength of
Materials
Learning
Objectives:
Teaching
Resources & Aids
II AME
(20142017
Batch)
Torsion
formulation
stresses and
deformation in
circular and
hollow shafts
Assumption
in the theory
of
pure
torsion,
Shear stress
produced in
a
circular
shaft
subjected to
torsion
Lecture
Session
Dr.K.Mylsamy
50mins
After listening to this session, students should be able to:
Understand what is torsion
Understand various Assumption in the theory of pure torsion
Understand the various Applications of torsion
References:
R1: S.S.Bhavikatti Strength of Materials
R2: Er.R.K.Rajput Strength of Materials
R3:
http://www.nptel.iitm.ac.in/courses/Webcoursecontents/IITROORKEE/str
ength%20of%20materials/lects%20&%20picts/image/lect1/lecture1.htm
by LS Ramachandra & SK Barai (IITKGP)
Teaching Aids:
PPT, Video and Chalk & Board
Micro Session Plan:
Session Structure
Lecture Points
Teaching Aids
Duration
(in minutes)
Interaction Points with
students
Recap of previous
session
Problems on Shear Stress
Distribution.
Opening Thought:
Introduce the basic concept
of torsion.
Chalk &
Board
What do you understand
about torsion?
Chalk & Board
Application.
10
40
Define torsion.
Example.
Elaboration:
Explain the importance of
torsion.
Explain Assumption in the
theory of pure torsion with
Examples.
Wrapping up:
Summarizing the key
points
What are the Assumptions
made in the theory of pure
torsion?
What is the unit for torsion?
Know the formula for solid
circular shaft area?
Chalk & Board
Derive the expression for
shear stress produced in a
circular shaft subjected to
torsion.
Know the formula for
hollow circular shaft area?
Ask students to give their
views on the discussion
topic.
Ask students to summarize
the key learning
Define torsion.
Chalk & Board
10
RVS Technical Campus  Coimbatore
MicroSession Plan
Torsion  Unit 3
What are the Assumptions
made in the theory of pure
torsion?
Course
Class &
Batch
Session
No.
Topic
Sub Topics
Type &
Duration
Course Faculty
Strength of
solid shaft,
Strength of
Materials
II AME
(20142017
Batch)
Torsion
formulation
stresses and
deformation in
circular and
hollow shafts
Strength of
hollow shaft,
Polar moment
of inertia,
Lecture
Session
Torsional
rigidity,
50 mins
Dr.K.Mylsamy
Power
transmitted by
the shaft.
Learning
Objectives:
Teaching
Resources & Aids
After listening to this session, students should be able to:
Know the Strength of solid shaft
Know the Strength of hollow shaft
Understand the Polar moment of inertia
Understand the Torsional rigidity
Understand the Power transmitted by the shaft
R1: S.S.Bhavikatti Strength of Materials
R2: Er.R.K.Rajput Strength of Materials
R3: http://www.nptel.iitm.ac.in/courses/Webcoursecontents/IIT
References:
%20Kharagpur/Structural%20Analysis/New_index1.html by LS
Ramachandra & SK Barai (IITKGP)
Teaching Aids:
PPT and Chalk & Board
Micro Session Plan:
Session Structure
Recap of previous
session
Lecture Points
Teaching
Aids
Duration
(in
minutes)
Introduction of torsion,
Interaction Points with
students
What do you understand
about torsion?
Assumption in the theory of
pure torsion.
Define torsion.
10
What are the Assumptions
made in the theory of pure
torsion?
What is the unit for torsion?
Know the formula for solid
circular shaft area?
Know the formula for hollow
circular shaft area?
Opening Thought:
Strength of solid shaft,
Define for polar moment of
inertia.
PPT
Strength of hollow shaft,
Chalk &
Board
Polar moment of inertia,
Define power.
What is the unit for power?
Torsional rigidity,
Power transmitted by the shaft.
Elaboration:
Derive the expression for solid
shaft.
Derive the
hollow shaft.
expression
Derive
torque.
expression
the
What is torsional equation?
for
What is the formula to find
torsional rigidity?
for
What is the formula for polar
moment of inertia?
Derive the expression
torsional equation.
for
Derive the expression
torsional rigidity.
for
Chalk &
Board
30
What is the formula for
power?
Derive the expression for power
transmitted by the shaft.
Wrapping up:
Summarizing the key
points
Ask students to give their views
on the discussion topic
Ask students to summarize
the key learning
Chalk &
Board
Define for polar moment of
inertia.
What is torsional equation?
RVS Technical Campus  Coimbatore
MicroSession Plan
Torsion  Unit 3
Course
Class &
Session
Topic
Sub Topics
Type &
Course Faculty
Batch
Strength of
Materials
Learning
Objectives:
Teaching
Resources & Aids
No.
II AME
(20142017
Batch)
Duration
Torsion
formulation
stresses and
deformation in
circular and
hollow shafts
Tutorial
Lecture
Session
Dr.K.Mylsamy
50 mins
After listening to this session, students should be able to:
Know the Strength of solid shaft
Know the Strength of hollow shaft
Understand the Polar moment of inertia
Understand the Torsional rigidity
Understand the Power transmitted by the shaft
R1: S.S.Bhavikatti Strength of Materials
R2: Er.R.K.Rajput Strength of Materials
References:
R3: http://freevideolectures.com/Course/96/StrengthofMaterials by IIT
Kharagpur Course , Prof. S.K.Bhattacharyya.
Teaching Aids:
PPT and Chalk & Board
Micro Session Plan:
Session Structure
Recap of previous
session
Teaching
Aids
Lecture Points
Duration
(in
minutes)
Strength of solid shaft,
Interaction Points with
students
Define for polar moment of
inertia.
Strength of hollow shaft,
Define power.
Polar moment of inertia,
What is the unit for power?
Torsional rigidity,
What is torsional equation?
Power transmitted by the shaft.
10
What is the formula to find
torsional rigidity?
What is the formula for polar
moment of inertia?
What is the formula for
power?
Opening Thought:
Elaboration:
Dictate the problems
Strength of solid shaft.
on
Explain the data given in the
problem.
Discuss formulas used in
Chalk &
Board
Chalk &
Board
5
30
To discuss the answer for the
given problem.
problems.
Wrapping up:
Ask students to give their views
on the discussion topic
Ask students to summarize
the key learning
Define power.
Chalk &
Board
What is the unit for power?
What is torsional equation?
What is the formula to find
torsional rigidity?
RVS Technical Campus  Coimbatore
MicroSession Plan
Torsion  Unit 3
Course
Strength of
Materials
Learning
Objectives:
Teaching
Resources & Aids
Class &
Batch
Session
No.
II AME
(20142017
Batch)
Topic
Sub Topics
Torsion
formulation
stresses and
deformation in
circular and
hollow shafts
Tutorial
Type &
Duration
Lecture
Session
Course Faculty
Dr.K.Mylsamy
50 mins
After listening to this session, students should be able to:
Know the Strength of solid shaft
Know the Strength of hollow shaft
Understand the Polar moment of inertia
Understand the Torsional rigidity
Understand the Power transmitted by the shaft
R1: S.S.Bhavikatti Strength of Materials
R2: Er.R.K.Rajput Strength of Materials
References:
R3: http://freevideolectures.com/Course/96/StrengthofMaterials by IIT
Kharagpur Course , Prof. S.K.Bhattacharyya.
Teaching Aids:
PPT and Chalk & Board
Micro Session Plan:
Session Structure
Recap of previous
session
Teaching
Aids
Lecture Points
Strength
of
problems.
solid
Duration
(in
minutes)
shaft
Interaction Points with
students
What is the formula to find
torque?
What is the formula to find
power?
What is the formula to find
polar moment of inertia?
Opening Thought:
Elaboration:
Dictate the problems
Strength of hollow shaft.
on
Explain the data given in the
problem.
Discuss formulas used in
problems.
Wrapping up:
Ask students to give their views
on the discussion topic
Chalk &
Board
Chalk &
Board
Chalk &
Board
To discuss the answer for the
given problem.
35
Ask students to summarize
the key learning
What is the formula to find
torque?
What is the formula to find
power?
RVS Technical Campus  Coimbatore
MicroSession Plan
Torsion  Unit 3
Course
Class &
Batch
Session
No.
Topic
Strength of
Materials
II AME
(20142017
Batch)
Stepped shaft
Sub Topics
Shaft
of
varying cross
section
Type &
Duration
Course Faculty
Lecture
Session
Dr.K.Mylsamy
50 mins
Compound
Shafts
Shaft in series
Shaft
parallel
Learning
Objectives:
Teaching
Resources & Aids
in
After listening to this session, students should be able to:
Know the Shaft of varying cross section
Understand the Compound Shaft
Understand the Shaft in series
Understand the Shaft in series
R1: S.S.Bhavikatti Strength of Materials
R2: Er.R.K.Rajput Strength of Materials
References:
R3: http://freevideolectures.com/Course/96/StrengthofMaterials by IIT
Kharagpur Course , Prof. S.K.Bhattacharyya.
Teaching Aids:
PPT and Chalk & Board
Micro Session Plan:
Session Structure
Recap of previous
session
Lecture Points
Teaching
Aids
Duration
(in
minutes)
Strength of hollow shaft
What is the formula to find
torsional equation?
5
Opening Thought:
Shaft of varying cross section
Compound Shafts
Shaft in series
Interaction Points with
students
Chalk &
Board
What is the formula to find
torsional rigidity?
What is meant Compound
shaft?
10
Shaft in parallel
Elaboration:
Derive and expression for the
Shaft of varying cross section
What is meant by shaft by
shaft in series?
Derive and expression for the
Compound Shafts
What is meant by shaft by
shaft in parallel?
Derive and expression for the
Shaft in series
Derive and expression for the
Shaft in parallel
Chalk &
Board
30
Wrapping up:
Ask students to give their views
on the discussion topic
Ask students to summarize
the key learning
Chalk &
Board
What is meant Compound
shaft?
What is meant by shaft by
shaft in series?
What is meant by shaft by
shaft in parallel?
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MicroSession Plan
Torsion  Unit 3
Course
Class &
Batch
Session
No.
Topic
Sub Topics
Type &
Duration
Course Faculty
Strength of
Materials
Learning
Objectives:
Teaching
Resources & Aids
II AME
(20142017
Batch)
Deflection of
shaft fixed at
both ends
Strained
energy due to
torsion,
Lecture
Session
Modulus
50 mins
of
Dr.K.Mylsamy
Rupture
After listening to this session, students should be able to:
Know the Strained energy due to torsion
Understand the Modulus of Rupture
References:
R1: S.S.Bhavikatti Strength of Materials
R2: Er.R.K.Rajput Strength of Materials
R3: http://freevideolectures.com/Course/96/StrengthofMaterials by IIT
Kharagpur Course, Prof. S.K.Bhattacharyya.
Teaching Aids:
Chalk & Board
Micro Session Plan:
Session Structure
Recap of previous
session
Lecture Points
Teaching
Aids
Shaft of varying cross section
Compound Shafts
5
Shaft in parallel
Strained energy due to torsion,
Modulus of Rupture.
Elaboration:
What is meant by shaft by
shaft in series?
What is meant by shaft by
shaft in parallel?
Chalk &
Board
Define Modulus of Rupture.
5
Explain Strain energy due to
torsion.
Explain application of strain
energy with example.
Interaction Points with
students
What is meant Compound
shaft?
Shaft in series
Opening Thought:
Duration
(in
minutes)
Define strain energy.
Chalk &
Board
Can you write formula for
strain energy?
35
Explain Modulus of Rupture
and its application with
example.
Wrapping up:
Ask students to give their views
on the discussion topic
Chalk &
Board
Ask students to summarize
the key learning
Define Modulus of Rupture.
Define strain energy.
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MicroSession Plan
Torsion  Unit 3
Course
Class &
Session
Topic
Sub Topics
Type &
Course Faculty
Batch
Strength of
Materials
Learning
Objectives:
Duration
II AME
(20147
Stepped shafts
Tutorial
2017
Batch)
After listening to this session, students should be able to:
Know the Shaft of varying cross section
Understand the Compound Shaft
Understand the Shaft in series
Teaching
Resources & Aids
No.
Lecture
Session
Dr.K.Mylsamy
50 mins
Understand the Shaft in series
References:
R1: S.S.Bhavikatti Strength of Materials
R2: Er.R.K.Rajput Strength of Materials
R3: http://freevideolectures.com/Course/2361/StrengthofMaterials
by IIT Roorkee Course , Prof. S.P.Harsha
Teaching Aids:
PPT and Chalk & Board
Micro Session Plan:
Session Structure
Recap of previous
session
Lecture Points
Teaching
Aids
Duration
(in
minutes)
Strained energy due to torsion.
Interaction Points with
students
Define Modulus of Rupture.
Modulus of Rupture.
Define strain energy.
Can you write formula for
strain energy?
Opening Thought:
Dictate the problems on solid
Stepped shafts.
Dictate the problems on solid
Stepped shafts.
Elaboration:
Explain the data given in the
problem.
Discuss the formulas used in
problems.
Wrapping up:
Chalk &
Board
Chalk &
Board
To discuss the answer for the
given problem.
35
Ask students to give their views
on the discussion topic
Ask students to summarize
the key learning
Chalk &
Board
Define Modulus of Rupture.
Define strain energy.
Can you write formula for
strain energy?
RVS Technical Campus  Coimbatore
MicroSession Plan
Torsion  Unit 3
Course
Class &
Batch
Session
No.
Topic
Sub Topics
Type &
Duration
Course Faculty
Strength of
Materials
II AME
(2014
Deflection of
shaft fixed at
Tutorial
Lecture
Session
Dr.K.Mylsamy
Learning
Objectives:
2017
both ends
Batch)
After listening to this session, students should be able to:
Know the Strained energy due to torsion
Teaching
Resources & Aids
50 mins
Understand the Modulus of Rupture
References:
R1: S.S.Bhavikatti Strength of Materials
R2: Er.R.K.Rajput Strength of Materials
R3: R3: http://freevideolectures.com/Course/2361/StrengthofMaterials
by IIT Roorkee Course , Prof. S.P.Harsha
Teaching Aids:
PPT and Chalk & Board
Micro Session Plan:
Session Structure
Teaching
Aids
Lecture Points
Recap of previous
session
Stepped shafts
Opening Thought:
Dictate the problems on
Deflection of shaft fixed at both
ends.
Dictate the problems on Strain
energy.
Elaboration:
Explain the data given in the
problem.
Discuss the formulas used in
problems.
Duration
(in
minutes)
Interaction Points with
students
What is meant by stepped
shaft?
Chalk &
Board
To discuss the answer for the
given problem.
Chalk &
Board
35
Chalk &
Board
Wrapping up:
Summarizing the key
points
Ask students to give their views
on the discussion topic
Ask students to summarize
the key learning
What is meant by stepped
shaft?
RVS Technical Campus  Coimbatore
MicroSession Plan
Torsion  Unit 3
Course
Class &
Batch
Session
No.
Topic
Sub Topics
Type &
Duration
Course Faculty
Introduction,
Strength of
Materials
Types
springs,
II AME
(20142017
Batch)
Stress in helical
spring
of
Stiffness,
Lecture
Session
Closed
coil
helical spring,
50 mins
Dr.K.Mylsamy
Springs under
impact load.
Learning
Objectives:
Teaching
Resources & Aids
After listening to this session, students should be able to:
Understand the springs applications
Understand the various Types of springs
Understand the meaning of Stiffness
Understand the meaning of Closed coil helical spring
Understand the springs under impact load.
R1: S.S.Bhavikatti Strength of Materials
R2: Er.R.K.Rajput Strength of Materials
R3: http://nptel.ac.in/courses/Webcoursecontents/IITROORKEE/strength
%20of%20materials/homepage.htm by LS Ramachandra & SK Barai
References:
(IITKGP)
http://nptel.ac.in/courses/Webcoursecontents/IITROORKEE/strength
%20of%20materials/homepage.htm
by LS Ramachandra & SK Barai (IITKGP)
Teaching Aids:
Chalk & Board
Micro Session Plan:
Session Structure
Recap of previous
session
Teaching
Aids
Lecture Points
Duration
(in
minutes)
Deflection of shaft fixed at both
ends.
Interaction Points with
students
What are the temperature
effects on varying cross
section?
What are the temperature
effects on composite bars?
Ask
to
assignment.
Opening Thought:
Introduction,
Chalk &
Board
Types of springs,
Stiffness,
10
submit
Define spring.
What are the types of spring?
Define Stiffness.
Closed coil helical
subjected to axial load
spring
Closed
spring
coil
helical
the
subjected to twisting couple,
Springs under impact load.
Elaboration:
Explain types of springs and its
application
with
suitable
example and diagrams,
What is the formula for
stiffness?
What are the applications of
springs?
Define Stiffness,
Derive and expression for
Closed coil helical spring
subjected to axial load
What is the unit of stiffness?
Chalk &
Board
30
Derive and expression for
Closed coil helical spring
subjected to twisting couple,
Derive and expression
Springs under impact load.
Wrapping up:
for
Ask students to give their views
on the discussion topic
Ask students to summarize
the key learning
Chalk &
Board
Define spring.
What are the types of spring?
Define Stiffness.
RVS Technical Campus  Coimbatore
MicroSession Plan
Torsion  Unit 3
Course
Class &
Batch
Session
No.
Topic
Sub Topics
Type &
Duration
Course Faculty
Spring in series
and parallel,
Strength of
Materials
II AME
(20142017
Batch)
10
Stress in helical
spring
Open
coiled
helical spring,
Lecture
Session
Stresses in the
spring wire,
50 mins
Dr.K.Mylsamy
Spring index.
Learning
Objectives:
Teaching
Resources & Aids
After listening to this session, students should be able to:
Know the Spring in series
Know the Spring in series parallel
Understand the meaning of Open coiled helical spring
Understand the meaning of Closed coil helical spring
Understand the meaning of Spring index
R1: S.S.Bhavikatti Strength of Materials
R2: Er.R.K.Rajput Strength of Materials
R3: http://nptel.ac.in/courses/Webcoursecontents/IITROORKEE/strength
References:
%20of%20materials/homepage.htm
by LS Ramachandra & SK Barai (IITKGP)
Teaching Aids:
Chalk & Board
Micro Session Plan:
Session Structure
Recap of previous
session
Lecture Points
Duration
(in
minutes)
Interaction Points with
students
Springs Introduction,
Define spring.
Types of springs,
What are the types of spring?
Stiffness,
Define Stiffness.
Closed coil helical
subjected to axial load
Opening Thought:
Teaching
Aids
spring
What is the formula for
stiffness?
Closed coil helical spring
subjected to twisting couple,
What are the applications of
springs?
Springs under impact load.
What is the unit of stiffness?
Spring in series and parallel,
Define spring index.
Open coiled helical
subjected to axial load,
spring
Open coiled helical spring
subjected to axial twisting
couple,
Stresses in the spring wire,
Spring index.
Chalk &
Board
10
Elaboration:
Explain Spring in series,
What are the stresses acting
on spring wire?
Explain spring in parallel,
Derive and expression for Open
coiled helical spring subjected
to axial load,
Derive and expression for Open
coiled helical spring subjected
to axial twisting couple,
What is formula for spring
index?
What is unit for spring index?
Chalk &
Board
30
Explain Stresses in the spring
wire,
Define Spring index.
Wrapping up:
Ask students to give their views
on the discussion topic
Ask students to summarize
the key learning
Chalk &
Board
Define spring index.
What are the stresses acting
on spring wire?
RVS Technical Campus  Coimbatore
MicroSession Plan
Torsion  Unit 3
Course
Class &
Batch
Session
No.
Topic
Sub Topics
Type &
Duration
Course Faculty
Strength of
Materials
II AME
(20142017
11
Stress in
helical spring
Tutorial
Lecture
Session
Dr.K.Mylsamy
50 mins
Batch)
Learning
Objectives:
Teaching
Resources & Aids
After listening to this session, students should be able to:
Understand the springs applications
Understand the various Types of springs
Understand the meaning of Stiffness
Understand the meaning of Closed coil helical spring
Understand the springs under impact load.
R1: Er.R.K.Rajput Strength of Materials
R2: Er.R.K.Rajput Strength of Materials
R3: http://nptel.ac.in/courses/Webcoursecontents/IITROORKEE/strength
References:
%20of%20materials/homepage.htm by LS Ramachandra & SK Barai
(IITKGP)
Teaching Aids:
Chalk & Board
Micro Session Plan:
Session Structure
Recap of previous
session
Teaching
Aids
Lecture Points
Duration
(in
minutes)
Interaction Points with
students
Spring in series and parallel,
Define spring index.
Open coiled helical
subjected to axial load,
What are the stresses acting
on spring wire?
spring
Open coiled helical spring
subjected to axial twisting
couple,
What is formula for spring
index?
What is unit for spring index?
Stresses in the spring wire,
Spring index.
Opening Thought:
Dictate the problems on Closed
coil helical spring subjected to
axial load.
Dictate the problems on Closed
coil helical spring subjected to
axial twisting couple.
Elaboration:
Explain the data given in the
problem.
Discuss the formulas used in
problems.
Wrapping up:
Ask students to give their views
on the discussion topic
Chalk &
Board
Chalk &
Board
Chalk &
Board
To discuss the answer for the
given problem.
35
Ask students to summarize
the key learning
What is formula for spring
index?
What is unit for spring index?
RVS Technical Campus  Coimbatore
MicroSession Plan
Torsion  Unit 3
Course
Class &
Batch
Session
No.
Topic
Sub Topics
Type &
Duration
Course Faculty
Strength of
Materials
Learning
Objectives:
Teaching
Resources & Aids
II AME
Lecture
Stress in helical
(2014Session
12
Tutorial
Dr.K.Mylsamy
spring
2017
50 mins
Batch)
After listening to this session, students should be able to:
Know the Spring in series
Know the Spring in series parallel
Understand the meaning of Open coiled helical spring
Understand the meaning of Closed coil helical spring
Understand the meaning of Spring index
R1: S.S.Bhavikatti Strength of Materials
R2: Er.R.K.Rajput Strength of Materials
R3: http://nptel.ac.in/courses/Webcoursecontents/IITROORKEE/strength
References:
%20of%20materials/homepage.htm by LS Ramachandra & SK Barai
(IITKGP)
Teaching Aids:
Chalk & Board
Micro Session Plan:
Session Structure
Recap of previous
session
Lecture Points
Teaching
Aids
Duration
(in
minutes)
Problems on Closed coil helical
spring.
Interaction Points with
students
Define Longitudinal strain.
Define Lateral strain.
Define Poissons ratio.
What is meant by inclined
planes?
Opening Thought:
Dictate the problems on Open
coiled helical spring subjected
to axial load.
Dictate the problems on Open
coiled helical spring subjected
to axial twisting couple.
Elaboration:
Explain the data given in the
problem.
Discuss the formulas used in
problems.
Wrapping up:
Ask students to give their views
on the discussion topic
Chalk &
Board
Chalk &
Board
Chalk &
Board
To discuss the answer for the
given problem.
35
Ask students to summarize
the key learning
Define Longitudinal strain.
Define Lateral strain.
Define Poissons ratio.
RVS Technical Campus  Coimbatore
MicroSession Plan
Torsion  Unit 3
Course
Class &
Session
Topic
Sub Topics
Type &
Course Faculty
Batch
Strength of
Materials
Learning
Objectives:
II AME
(20142017
Batch)
13
Duration
Carriage spring
or leaf spring
Semielliptical
spring.
Quarter
elliptical spring
Lecture
Session
Dr.K.Mylsamy
50 mins
After listening to this session, students should be able to:
Know the Semielliptical spring.
Teaching
Resources & Aids
No.
Understand the Quarter elliptical spring
References:
R1: S.S.Bhavikatti Strength of Materials
R2: Er.R.K.Rajput Strength of Materials
R3: http://www.nptel.iitm.ac.in/courses/Webcoursecontents/IIT
%20Kharagpur/Structural%20Analysis/New_index1.html by LS
Ramachandra & SK Barai (IITKGP)
Teaching Aids:
Chalk & Board
Micro Session Plan:
Session Structure
Teaching
Aids
Lecture Points
Recap of previous
session
Problems on
helical spring.
Open
Opening Thought:
Semielliptical spring.
Chalk &
Board
What is meant by leaf spring?
5
Explain semielliptical spring
with simple diagram.
What are the applications of
leaf spring?
Derive and expression
Quarter elliptical spring
What are the differences
between semielliptical and
Quarter elliptical spring?
for
Explain semielliptical spring
with simple diagram.
Derive and expression
Quarter elliptical spring.
Wrapping up:
Interaction Points with
students
coiled
Quarter elliptical spring
Elaboration:
Duration
(in
minutes)
Chalk &
Board
35
for
Ask students to give their views
on the discussion topic
Ask students to summarize
the key learning
Chalk &
Board
What is meant by leaf spring?
What are the applications of
leaf spring?
RVS Technical Campus  Coimbatore
MicroSession Plan
Torsion  Unit 3
Course
Strength of
Materials
Class &
Batch
II AME
(20142017
Batch)
Session
No.
14
Topic
Carriage spring
or leaf spring
Sub Topics
Tutorial
Type &
Duration
Lecture
Session
50 mins
Course Faculty
Dr.K.Mylsamy
Learning
Objectives:
After listening to this session, students should be able to:
Know the Semielliptical spring.
Teaching
Resources & Aids
Understand the Quarter elliptical spring
References:
R1: S.S.Bhavikatti Strength of Materials
R2: Er.R.K.Rajput Strength of Materials
R3: http://nptel.ac.in/courses/Webcoursecontents/IITROORKEE/strength
%20of%20materials/homepage.htm
by LS Ramachandra & SK Barai (IITKGP)
Teaching Aids:
Chalk & Board
Micro Session Plan:
Session Structure
Lecture Points
Teaching
Aids
Duration
(in
minutes)
Recap of previous
session
What is meant by leaf spring?
Semielliptical spring.
Quarter elliptical spring.
Opening Thought:
Interaction Points with
students
What are the applications of
leaf spring?
What are the differences
between semielliptical and
Quarter elliptical spring?
Dictate the problems on Semielliptical spring.
Chalk &
Board
Dictate the problems on Quarter
elliptical spring.
Elaboration:
Explain the data given in the
problem.
Discuss the formulas used in
problems.
Wrapping up:
Summarizing the key
points
Ask students to give their views
on the discussion topic
Chalk &
Board
Chalk &
Board
To discuss the answer for the
given problem.
35
Ask students to summarize
the key learning
5
What are the differences
between semielliptical and
Quarter elliptical spring?
UNIT IV
DEFLECTION OF BEAMS
Unit wise objectives:
The student will be able:
Course
Strength of
materials
To familiarize with the deflection of beams by different methods
Class &
Batch
II AME
(20142017
Batch)
Session
No.
1
Topic
Sub Topics
Deflection of
Beams
Introduction of
Beams deflection
Type &
Duration
Lecture
Session
50mins
Course Faculty
Dr.K.Mylsamy
Learning
Objectives:
Teaching
Resources & Aids
After listening to this session, students should be able to:
Understand the concept of stiffness
Understand what is beam deflection
Understand what is pure bending
References:
R1: S.S.Bhavikatti Strength of Materials
R2: Dr. R.K. Bansal Strength of Materials
R3:R.Subramanian strength of materials
Website : https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Deflection_(engineering)
Website : www.me.berkeley.edu/~lwlin/me128/BeamDeflection.pdf
Teaching Aids:
PPT, Video and Chalk & Board
Micro Session Plan:
Session Structure
Course Briefing:
Opening Thought:
What is pure
bending?
What is stiffness?
What is mean by
beam deflection
Explain the
analytical methods to
solve the beam
deflection
Lecture Points
Teaching Aids
Duration
(in minutes)
Orient the students about
the importance of the beam
deflection, while design a
machine member.
PPT
10
Introduce the basic concept
of bending and pure
bending
What do you understand by
the term bending?
What do you understand by
the term deflection?
Explain the concept of
stiffness
Explain the concept of
deflection
Interaction Points with
students
Chalk &
Board, PPT
20
Explain Applications with
Examples
Assignment Write the
importance of
beam
deflection, while design a
machine member
Importance and
Application?
Elaboration:
Define bending &
pure bending
Chalk & Board
Define stiffness and
deflection
Explain the fundamental
concepts of deflection
What is the reason
of deflection
Explain bending of beam
with uniform curvature
What are the
methods to finding
beam deflection
15
Could you understand the
roots of deflection
Could you know the
different methods to find the
beam deflection
Wrapping up:
Summarizing the key
points
Group Discussion
Ask students to give their
views on the discussion
topic
Chalk & Board
Ask students to summarize
the key learning
What is deflection?
RVS Technical Campus  Coimbatore
MicroSession Plan
Beam Deflection  Unit 4
Course
Strength of
Materials
Learning
Objectives:
Teaching
Class &
Batch
Session
No.
Topic
Sub Topics
Type &
Duration
Course Faculty
II AME
Lecture
Double
Differential
(2014Session
2
Integration
equation
of
Dr.K.Mylsamy
2017
Method
deflected beam
50 mins
Batch)
After listening to this session, students should be able to:
Know the differential equation of deflected beam.
Understand the relation between slop, deflection and radius of curvature.
References:
R1: S.S.Bhavikatti Strength of Materials
R2: Dr. R.K. Bansal Strength of Materials
R3:R.Subramanian strength of materials
Resources & Aids
Website : https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Deflection_(engineering)
Website : www.stankova.net/statistics_2012/double_integration.pdf
Teaching Aids:
PPT and Chalk & Board
Micro Session Plan:
Session Structure
Recap of previous
session
Lecture Points
Teaching
Aids
Duration
(in
minutes)
Importance of beam deflection
and different methods to find
them
Interaction Points with
students
How deflection important
while
designing
a
component?
What is beam deflection?
Difference
between
deflection and stiffness
Ask assignment  the
importance of
beam
deflection, while design a
machine member with real
example
Opening Thought:
Double integration
method
Differential
equation
of
deflection beam or relation
between slop, deflection and
radius of curvature.
What do you understand by
the term slop, deflection and
radius of curvature?
PPT
Chalk &
Board
10
What do you understand by
the relation between them?
How the double integration
method used to find slop and
deflection.
ExplainElaboration:
Define slop
Define radius
curvature
Can you write the formula
for slop?
Deflection of cantilever and
simply supported beam with
different types of load through,
of simple diagram
Relation
between Determine the slop and
slop, deflection and maximum deflection using
differential equations.
radius of curvature
Double integration
method for slop and
deflection
Can you write the formula
for deflection?
Ask students to summarize
the answer?
PPT
Chalk &
Board
30
Assignment Two problems
based on cantilever and
simply supported beam with
uniformly distributed load
and centrally concentrated
point load.
Wrapping up:
Summarizing the key
points
Ask students to give their views
on the discussion topic
Chalk &
Board
Ask students to summarize
the key learning
What is the double
integration equation?
RVS Technical Campus  Coimbatore
MicroSession Plan
Beam Deflection  Unit 4
Course
Strength of
Materials
Learning
Objectives:
Class &
Batch
Session
No.
Topic
Sub Topics
Type &
Duration
Course Faculty
Relation between
II AME
Lecture
Double
slop,
deflection and
(2014Session
3
Integration
Dr.K.Mylsamy
radius of curvature
2017
Method
50 mins
of the beam
Batch)
After listening to this session, students should be able to:
Know the differential equation of deflected beam.
Understand the relation between slop, deflection and radius of curvature.
Teaching
Resources & Aids
R1: S.S.Bhavikatti Strength of Materials
R2: Dr. R.K. Bansal Strength of Materials
R3:R.Subramanian strength of materials
References:
Website : https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Deflection_(engineering)
Website : www.stankova.net/statistics_2012/double_integration.pdf
Teaching Aids:
PPT and Chalk & Board
Micro Session Plan:
Session Structure
Recap of previous
session
Teaching
Aids
Lecture Points
Duration
(in
minutes)
Interaction Points with
students
Important key points on double
integration method
How deflection varying with
different loading conditions?
Expression
deflection
What is the equation of slop
and deflection?
of
Slop
and
Bending moment at any given
section
Ask assignment problems
Simply supported beam
subjected with centrally point
load
EI d2y / dx + M = 0
(fundamental equation)
Cantilever beam with point
loads
Opening Thought:
Double integration
method
Problem Solving
What do you understand by
the expression of slop,
deflection?
PPT
Chalk &
Board
10
What do you understand by
the relation between them?
How the double integration
method used to find slop and
deflection.
ExplainElaboration:
Relation between
slop, deflection and
radius of curvature
Double integration
method for slop and
deflection
Explain the deflection of
cantilever beam with uniformly
distributed load for a distance
A from the fixed end through,
simple diagram
Determine the slop and
maximum
deflection
of
cantilever beam with UDL for a
distance A from the free end.
Can you drive the expression
for slop and deflection?
Ask students to summarize
the answer?
PPT
Chalk &
Board
30
Assignment Two problems
based on cantilever beam
with uniformly distributed
load
and
centrally
concentrated point load.
Wrapping up:
Summarizing the key
points
Ask students to give their views
on the discussion topic
Chalk &
Board
Ask students to summarize
the key learning
Use of Double integration
method?
RVS Technical Campus  Coimbatore
MicroSession Plan
Beam Deflection  Unit 4
Course
Class &
Batch
Session
No.
Topic
Sub Topics
Type &
Duration
Course Faculty
Strength of
Materials
II AME
(20142017
Batch)
Macaulays
Method
Determination of
slop and deflection
of the beam using
macaulays
expression.
Lecture
Session
Dr.K.Mylsamy
50 mins
Examples.
Problems.
Learning
Objectives:
Teaching
Resources & Aids
After listening to this session, students should be able to:
Know the macaulays method to find slop and maximum deflection of beam
Learn the key points in macaulaays method
Drive the expression on deflection of a simply supported beam with different loading conditions.
R1: S.S.Bhavikatti Strength of Materials
R2: Dr. R.K. Bansal Strength of Materials
R3:R.Subramanian strength of materials
References:
Website:www.colincaprani.com/files/notes/.../Macaulay's%20Method
%201011.pd...
PPT and Chalk & Board
Teaching Aids:
Micro Session Plan:
Session Structure
Teaching
Aids
Lecture Points
Recap of previous
session
How the double integration
used to determine the slop and
maximum deflection
Opening Thought:
Drawbacks
of
integration method
of
Drive the expression for
deflection of a simply supported
beam with point & UDL
conditions
Elaboration:
the
double
Important key points
Macaulays method
Explain
points.
Duration
(in
minutes)
important
What is meant by double
integration method
What is meant by macaulays
method?
PPT
Chalk &
Board
key
Explain in detail about its
examples. (simply supported
beam with an eccentric point
load & UDL conditions)
Interaction Points with
students
What are the important key
points , while drive the
expression
through
macaulays method
What are the different
between double integration &
Macaulays method?
Chalk &
Board
35
How to drive an equation to
find maximum deflection and
slop for simply supported
beam with point load?
Y = Wa2 b2 / 3EIL
Ask students to summarize
the answer?
Wrapping up:
Ask students to give their views
on the discussion topic
Chalk &
Board
Ask students to summarize
the key learning
What is Macaulays
Method?
RVS Technical Campus  Coimbatore
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Beam Deflection  Unit 4
Course
Strength of
Materials
Class &
Batch
Session
No.
Topic
II AME
(20142017
Macaulays
method
Sub Topics
Determination of
slop and deflection
of the overhanging
Type &
Duration
Course Faculty
Lecture
Session
Dr.K.Mylsamy
beam
through
Macaulays
method.
Batch)
50 mins
Examples.
Problems.
Learning
Objectives:
Teaching
Resources & Aids
After listening to this session, students should be able to:
Know the method to solve simple problems an overhanging beam deflection.
Drive the expression for deflection of overhanging beam with point & UDL
References:
R1: S.S.Bhavikatti Strength of Materials
R2: Dr. R.K. Bansal Strength of Materials
R3:R.Subramanian strength of materials
Website:www.colincaprani.com/files/notes/.../Macaulay's%20Method
%201011.pd...
Teaching Aids:
PPT and Chalk & Board
Micro Session Plan:
Session Structure
Recap of previous
session
Lecture Points
Teaching
Aids
Duration
(in
minutes)
Deflection of simply supported
beam with different load
conditions
Interaction Points with
students
What is the expression of
deflection due to point load
(at any point)?
5
Y = Wa2 b2 / 3EIL
Examples.
Opening Thought:
Derive the expression for slop
and maximum deflection of an
overhanging beam.
Elaboration:
Equating the fundamental
equation to the B.M at any
section at a distance x from the
support A
obtained constants C1 &C2
values
from boundary
conditions
Examples of varying distance
x with respect to A.
PPT
What are the constrain used
to drive the equation?
Chalk &
Board
10
PPT
30
Chalk &
Board
What is the fundamental
equation of deflection?
How to choose boundary
values?
(initialy x=0, y=0)
(second x= distance between
two supports, y=o)
Wrapping up:
Problem solving.
Ask students to give their views
on the discussion topic
Chalk &
Board
Ask students to summarize
the key learning
Use of Macaulays method?
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MicroSession Plan
Beam Deflection  Unit 4
Course
Class &
Batch
Session
No.
Topic
Sub Topics
Type &
Duration
Course Faculty
Strength of
Materials
II AME
(20142017
Area moment
method
Determine the slop
and
maximum
deflection through
Lecture
Session
Dr.K.Mylsamy
area
method
Batch)
Learning
Objectives:
Teaching
Resources & Aids
moment
50 mins
After listening to this session, students should be able to:
Know the equation of area moment method to determine slop and deflection.
Know the Mohrs theorem.
References:
R1: S.S.Bhavikatti Strength of Materials
R2: Dr. R.K. Bansal Strength of Materials
R3:R.Subramanian strength of materials
Web : www.engr.mun.ca/~katna/5931/Deflections_Areamoment2p.pdf
Web:www.snscourseware.org/files/CW.../area%20moment%20(2)(1).pdf
Teaching Aids:
PPT and Chalk & Board
Micro Session Plan:
Session Structure
Recap of previous
session
Teaching
Aids
Lecture Points
How to take boundary values
C1 & C2
Duration
(in
minutes)
Opening Thought:
Chalk
Board
Explain Two theorems
Theorem : 1
The change in the slop between
two points on a straight member
under flexure is equal to the
area of M / EI
Theorem :2
Deflection at a point in a beam
in the direction perpendicular to
its original straight line position
measured from the tangent to
the elastic curve at another point
is given by the moment of
M /EI diagram about the point
where the deflection is required
Derive the expression
Moment are theorems
Where
the
maximum
deflection could occur?
Where
the
Slop
(maximum deflection)
=0
What is area moment
method?
Deflection of determinate
beams using area moment
method
Elaboration:
Interaction Points with
students
of
Chalk &
Board
35
What is the fundamental
concept of area moment
method?
What is the equation of
moment area theorems?
Discuss about the answer for
the equation.
Assignment derivation of
moment area theorems.
Sign conversion in the moment
area moment method applied to
beams
Wrapping up:
Ask students to give their views
on the discussion topic
Chalk &
Board
Ask students to summarize
the key learning
Use of area moment method?
RVS Technical Campus  Coimbatore
MicroSession Plan
Beam Deflection  Unit 4
Course
Strength of
Materials
Class &
Batch
II AME
(20142017
Batch)
Session
No.
Topic
Conjugate
beam method
Sub Topics
Conjugate
theorems
beam
Example problems
Type &
Duration
Lecture
Session
50 mins
Course Faculty
Dr.K.Mylsamy
Learning
Objectives:
Teaching
Resources & Aids
After listening to this session, students should be able to:
Know conjugate beam theorems.
Solve problems through conjugate beam method.
References:
R1: S.S.Bhavikatti Strength of Materials
R2: Dr. R.K. Bansal Strength of Materials
R3:R.Subramanian strength of materials
Web : nptel.ac.in/courses/105101085/downloads/lec23.pdf
Web : ocw.nthu.edu.tw/ocw/upload/8/258/Chapter_998.pdf
Teaching Aids:
Chalk & Board
Micro Session Plan:
Session Structure
Recap of previous
session
Lecture Points
Teaching
Aids
Duration
(in
minutes)
Interaction Points with
students
Which moment area is
positive?
(sagging
or
hugging)
Sign conversion in the moment
area moment method applied to
beams
Which moment is gives
positive deflection?
Ask to submit assignment.
Opening Thought:
Elaboration:
Discuss about conjugate beam
theorem.
Chalk &
Board
Explain about conjugate beam
theorem.
Chalk &
Board
These theorems derived from
area moment theorems and are
very
useful
in
finding
deflection.
Theorem 1 : The rotation at
appoint in a beam is equal to the
shear force in the conjugate
beam
Theorem 2 : the deflection in a
beam is equal to the bending
moment in the conjugate beam
equal to the shear force in the
beam loaded with (M / EI)
diagram
What is conjugate beam?
10
(The imaginary beam is also
called as conjugate beam)
Ask students to summarize
the answer?
15
Assignment Two problems
on conjugate beam method
Solving the example problem.
Wrapping up:
15
Ask students to give their views
on the discussion topic
Chalk &
Board
Ask students to summarize
the key learning
RVS Technical Campus  Coimbatore
MicroSession Plan
Beam Deflection  Unit 4
Course
Class &
Batch
Session
No.
Topic
Sub Topics
Type &
Duration
Course Faculty
Strength of
Materials
II AME
(20142017
Batch)
Conjugate
beam method
Explain the Sign
conventions
through
simple
diagrams.
Lecture
Session
Dr.K.Mylsamy
50 mins
Examples
Problems
Learning
Objectives:
Teaching
Resources & Aids
After listening to this session, students should be able to:
Know the sign convention of conjugate beam method
Determine A, B, C, & deflection at C
References:
R1: S.S.Bhavikatti Strength of Materials
R2: Dr. R.K. Bansal Strength of Materials
R3:R.Subramanian strength of materials
Web : nptel.ac.in/courses/105101085/downloads/lec23.pdf
Web : ocw.nthu.edu.tw/ocw/upload/8/258/Chapter_998.pdf
Teaching Aids:
PPT and Chalk & Board
Micro Session Plan:
Session Structure
Recap of previous
session
Lecture Points
Teaching
Aids
Duration
(in
minutes)
Discuss about the conjugate
beam theorem.
Interaction Points with
students
Ask
to
assignment.
submit
the
Opening Thought:
Explain the ends in original and
corresponding conjugate beams
with simple diagrams.
Examples
PPT
Chalk &
Board
10
Elaboration:
Explain the ends in original and
corresponding conjugate beams
with simple diagrams.
Examples
What is the value of slop,
deflection of hinged end?
PPT
15
Chalk &
Board
15
Ask students to give their views
on the discussion topic
To discuss about the answers.
0, = 0 (original beam)
To solve problems on conjugate
beam method
Wrapping up:
How the end conditions and
supports affect shear force &
bending moment value.
F0, M=0 (conjugate beam)
Chalk &
Board
Ask students to summarize
the key learning
Use of conjugate beam
method?
RVS Technical Campus  Coimbatore
MicroSession Plan
Beam Deflection  Unit 4
Course
Class &
Batch
Session
No.
Topic
Sub Topics
Type &
Duration
Course Faculty
Strength of
Materials
II AME
(20142017
Batch)
Strain energy
method
Explain
strain
energy due to
bending
Lecture
Session
Dr.K.Mylsamy
Explain deflection
by strain energy
50 mins
method
through
simple diagrams
Learning
Objectives:
Teaching
Resources & Aids
After listening to this session, students should be able to:
Know the term strain energy / real work method
Learn the procedure to find the deflection value through real work method
References:
R1: S.S.Bhavikatti Strength of Materials
R2: Dr. R.K. Bansal Strength of Materials
R3:R.Subramanian strength of materials
Web : www.freestudy.co.uk/statics/complex/t5.pdf
Web : www.me.mtu.edu/~mavable/MEEM4405/Energy_slides.pdf
Teaching Aids:
PPT and Chalk & Board
Micro Session Plan:
Session Structure
Recap of previous
session
Lecture Points
Discus about problem solving
methods on conjugate beam
method
Opening Thought:
Duration
(in
minutes)
PPT
Deflection of beams by strain
energy methods
Elaboration:
Teaching
Aids
Chalk &
Board
with simple diagram
explain the concept of strain
energy due to bending
Derive the formula for
deflection due to bending.
(Strain energy method) with
simple diagram.
What are important key
points while using conjugate
method?
What is strain energy?
10
15
What is strain energy and
complementary energy?
To discuss about the answers.
Assignment deflection by
strain
energy
method
(derivation)
PPT
Chalk &
Board
Two problems
energy method.
n
U= 1/2P
0
Solving problems.
Interaction Points with
students
15
on strain
Wrapping up:
Summarizing the key
points
Ask students to give their views
on the discussion topic
Chalk &
Board
Ask students to summarize
the key learning
What is strain energy and
complementary energy?
RVS Technical Campus  Coimbatore
MicroSession Plan
Beam Deflection  Unit 4
Course
Class &
Batch
Session
No.
Topic
Sub Topics
Type &
Duration
Course Faculty
Strength of
Materials
II AME
(2014
10
Strain energy
method
Solving problems
on strain energy
Lecture
Session
Dr.K.Mylsamy
2017
Batch)
Learning
Objectives:
Teaching
Resources & Aids
method
50 mins
After listening to this session, students should be able to:
Know the problem solving techniques
References:
R1: S.S.Bhavikatti Strength of Materials
R2: Dr. R.K. Bansal Strength of Materials
R3:R.Subramanian strength of materials
Web : www.freestudy.co.uk/statics/complex/t5.pdf
Web : www.me.mtu.edu/~mavable/MEEM4405/Energy_slides.pdf
Teaching Aids:
Chalk & Board
Micro Session Plan:
Session Structure
Recap of previous
session
Lecture Points
Teaching
Aids
Duration
(in
minutes)
Interaction Points with
students
Deflection of beams by energy
method
What is mean by internal
work give examples?
Deflection by strain energy
method
What strain energy?
5
Strain energy U = real work
done by loads
Ask
to
assignment.
Opening Thought:
Problems on deflection by strain
energy method
the
What is the equation of strain
energy due to bending?
Chalk &
Board
10
Using strain energy method
determine the deflection of the
free end of a cantilever of length
L, subjected to a concentrated
load P at the free end
L
U = M2 / 2EI dx
0
How the strain energy
methods use to find the
deflection?
Ask students to summarize
the answer?
Elaboration:
Solving the example problem
on strain energy method.
submit
Chalk &
Board
30
Assignment Two problems
on strain energy method.
Wrapping up:
Ask students to give their views
on the discussion topic
Chalk &
Board
Ask students to summarize
the key learning
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MicroSession Plan
Beam Deflection  Unit 4
Course
Class &
Session
Topic
Sub Topics
Type &
Course Faculty
Batch
Strength of
Materials
Learning
Objectives:
Teaching
Resources & Aids
No.
Duration
Statement of
II AME
Maxwells
Maxwells
(201411
reciprocals
reciprocals
2017
theorem
theorem & proof
Batch)
After listening to this session, students should be able to:
Know the Maxwells reciprocal statement
Understand the concept of Maxwells reciprocal therom
References:
Lecture
Session
Dr.K.Mylsamy
50 mins
R1: S.S.Bhavikatti Strength of Materials
R2: Dr. R.K. Bansal Strength of Materials
R3:R.Subramanian strength of materials
Web : nptel.ac.in/courses/105101085/downloads/lec27.pdf
Web : www.dept.aoe.vt.edu/~aborgolt/aoe3054/classes/MaxwellTheorem.pdf
Teaching Aids:
Chalk & Board
Micro Session Plan:
Session Structure
Recap of previous
session
Lecture Points
Teaching
Aids
Strain energy method
Opening Thought:
Maxwells reciprocal theorem
Chalk &
Board
Define Maxwells theorem
Chalk &
Board
Elaboration:
The work done by the first
system of loads due to
displacements caused by a
second system of loads equals
the work done by the second
system of loads due to
displacements caused by the
first system of loads.
Maxwells theorem proof
n
UA = Pi Si
i= 1
m
Duration
(in
minutes)
35
Interaction Points with
students
What is the equation of
strain energy due to bending
Ask
to
assignment.
submit
the
What is the statement of
Maxwells theorem?
Can you write formula for
Longitudinal strain?
Can you write formula for
Lateral strain?
Can you write formula for
Poissons ratio?
UB = Pj Sj
j= 1
n
n
Pi Si = UA = Pj Sj
i= 1
i= 1
Wrapping up:
Ask students to give their views
on the discussion topic
Chalk &
Board
Ask students to summarize
the key learning
What is the statement of
Maxwells theorem?
RVS Technical Campus  Coimbatore
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Beam Deflection  Unit 4
Course
Strength of
Materials
Learning
Objectives:
Class &
Batch
II AME
(20142017
Batch)
12
Topic
Sub Topics
Maxwells
reciprocals
theorem
Problem solved
on Maxwells
reciprocal
theorem
Type &
Duration
Lecture
Session
Course Faculty
Dr.K.Mylsamy
50 mins
Examples
After listening to this session, students should be able to:
Teaching
Resources & Aids
Session
No.
Understand the problem solving techniques on Maxwells reciprocal theorem
References:
R1: S.S.Bhavikatti Strength of Materials
R2: Dr. R.K. Bansal Strength of Materials
R3:R.Subramanian strength of materials
Web : nptel.ac.in/courses/105101085/downloads/lec27.pdf
Web : www.dept.aoe.vt.edu/~aborgolt/aoe3054/classes/MaxwellTheorem.pdf
Teaching Aids:
Chalk & Board
Micro Session Plan:
Session Structure
Recap of previous
session
Opening Thought:
Lecture Points
Teaching
Aids
Duration
(in
minutes)
Maxwells reciprocal theorem
Define Maxwells reciprocal
theorem.
Maxwells reciprocal theorem
proof.
Problems on Maxwells
reciprocal theorem
Interaction Points with
students
Chalk &
Board
What is the equation of
Maxwells
reciprocal
theorem?
What is equation of
Maxwells reciprocal
theorem?
Elaboration:
A simply supported beam of
span L is carrying a
concentrated W at the center,
and a uniformly distributed load
of intensity of w per unit length.
Show that Maxwells reciprocal
theorem holds good at the
center of the beam
Solving the example problem
on extension of a uniformly
tapering rod.
Explain the problem with
simple diagram?
Chalk &
Board
35
Ask students to summarize
the answer?
Wrapping up:
Ask students to give their views
on the discussion topic
Ask students to give their views
on the discussion topic
Chalk &
Board
Chalk &
Board
UNITV
Ask students to summarize
the key learning
Ask students to summarize
the key learning
THIN CYLINDERS, SPHERES AND THICK CYLINDERS
Unit wise objectives:
The student will be able:
To understand the stresses in thin cylinders.
To familiarize with the stresses in spheres and thick cylinders.
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THIN CYLINDERS, SPHERES AND THICK CYLINDERS  Unit 5
Course
Strength of
materials
Learning
Objectives:
Class &
Batch
Session
No.
Topic
Sub Topics
Circumferential
or hoop stress
Longitudinal
II AME
stress
Stresses in
(20141
in
thin cylinders Change
2017
dimensions of the
Batch)
thin cylinder due
to
internal
pressure
After listening to this session, students should be able to:
Type &
Duration
Lecture
Session
Course Faculty
Dr.K.Mylsamy
50mins
Understand the concepts of Circumferential or hoop stress, Longitudinal stress
Understand the concept of failure of the cylinder
R1: S.S.Bhavikatti Strength of Materials
R2: Dr. R.K. Bansal Strength of Materials
R3:R.Subramanian strength of materials
Teaching
Resources & Aids
References:
Teaching Aids:
Web:wwww.ewp.rpi.edu/hartford/users/papers/engr/ernesto/.../32658_09.p
df
Web : www.nptel.ac.in/courses/Webcourse.../pdf/module9%20lesson1.pdf
PPT, Video and Chalk & Board
Micro Session Plan:
Session Structure
Lecture Points
Teaching Aids
Duration
(in minutes)
Interaction Points with
students
Course Briefing:
Orient the students about
the importance of the
failures of the cylinder due
to internal pressure.
PPT
10
Opening Thought:
Stresses in thin
cylinders
Importance and
Application?
What is the difference
between cylinder and thin
cylinder?
Introduce the basic concept
of stresses in thin cylinders
Explain the concept of
failure of the cylinder due
to internal pressure
What type stress induced in
thin cylinder?
Chalk &
Board, PPT
20
Assignment Write the
fundamental concepts of
stresses in thin cylinders
Explain Applications with
Examples
Failure of the thin cylinder
Elaboration:
What is cylinder?
When will you call a
cylinder as thin
cylinder?
Stresses in thin
cylinder
Could you understand the
stresses in thin cylinder
Explain the fundamental
concepts of stresses in thin
cinder
Could you know the reason
about failure of the thin
cylinder?
Circumferential stress or
hoop stress
Longitudinal stress
Explain the concept of
failure of the thin cylinder
due to internal pressure
Chalk & Board
15
Circumferential stress
c = p d / 2t
longitudinal stress
a = p d / 4t
Wrapping up:
Summarizing the key
points
Group Discussion
Ask students to give their
views on the discussion
topic
Chalk & Board
Ask students to summarize
the key learning
If hoop stress increases what
will be happen?
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MicroSession Plan
Thin Cylinders, Spheres and Thick Cylinders  Unit 5
Course
Class &
Batch
Session
No.
Topic
Sub Topics
Type &
Duration
Course Faculty
Strength of
Materials
II AME
(2014
Thin spherical
shells
Stresses in thin
spherical shells
Lecture
Session
Dr.K.Mylsamy
Learning
Objectives:
Teaching
Resources & Aids
2017
50 mins
Batch)
After listening to this session, students should be able to:
Understand the concept of stresses in thin spherical shells.
Understand the concept of dimensions of spherical shell due to internal pressure.
References:
R1: S.S.Bhavikatti Strength of Materials
R2: Dr. R.K. Bansal Strength of Materials
R3:R.Subramanian strength of materials
Web:www.ewp.rpi.edu/hartford/users/papers/engr/ernesto/.../32658_09.pdf
Web :www.ewp.rpi.edu/hartford/users/papers/engr/ernesto/.../19206_06.pdf
Teaching Aids:
PPT and Chalk & Board
Micro Session Plan:
Session Structure
Lecture Points
Teaching
Aids
Duration
(in
minutes)
Recap of previous
session
Interaction Points with
students
How do you understand the
term thin cylinder
Define thin cylinder
5
Stresses in thin cylinder
What are the stresses induced
in the thin cylinder?
Ask assignment drive the
equation of change in
dimensions of a thin cylinder
due to internal pressure.
Opening Thought:
Thin spherical shells
Stresses induced in thin
spherical sells.
What do you understand by
the term thin spherical shell?
PPT
Chalk &
Board
10
15
Elaboration:
Explain
Explain the concept of stresses
Define thin spherical induced in the thin spherical
shells.
shells
A thin spherical shell of internal
Change
in diameter d and wall thicknesst
dimensions of thin subjected to an internal pressure
spherical shell
p. the spherical shell wall to
fail along the circumferential
area breaking into two
Due to the internal pressure
how the dimension will be
change
Can you understand the
concept of thin spherical
shell?
Can you write the formula of
stresses in thin spherical
shell?
PPT
Chalk &
Board
c = p d / 4t
15
Ask students to summarize
the answer?
Assignment
Write
the
hemisphere
fundamental concepts of
stresses in thin spherical sells.
c = p d / 4t
Wrapping up:
Summarizing the key
points
Ask students to give their views
on the discussion topic
Chalk &
Board
Ask students to summarize
the key learning
What is Thin spherical
shells?
RVS Technical Campus  Coimbatore
MicroSession Plan
Thin Cylinders, Spheres and Thick Cylinders  Unit 5
Course
Class &
Batch
Session
No.
Topic
Sub Topics
Type &
Duration
Course Faculty
Strength of
Materials
II AME
(2014
Change in
dimensions of
Drive the equation
of
changing
Lecture
Session
Dr.K.Mylsamy
2017
Batch)
Learning
Objectives:
Teaching
Resources & Aids
thin cylinders
dimensions of the
thin
cylinders
subjected
to
internal pressure
50 mins
After listening to this session, students should be able to:
Know the equation of changing dimensions of thin cylinders.
Know the relation between circumferential and longitudinal strain
References:
R1: S.S.Bhavikatti Strength of Materials
R2: Dr. R.K. Bansal Strength of Materials
R3:R.Subramanian strength of materials
Web : www.ewp.rpi.edu/hartford/users/papers/engr/ernesto/.../32658_09.pdf
Teaching Aids:
PPT and Chalk & Board
Micro Session Plan:
Session Structure
Recap of previous
session
Lecture Points
Teaching
Aids
Duration
(in
minutes)
Interaction Points with
students
What is the difference
between thin cylinder & thin
spherical shell?
Define thin spherical shell
Internal stresses in thin spherical
shell
5
How the internal stress
induced in thin cylinder and
spherical shell?
Ask assignment write the
fundamental concepts of thin
cylinder and thin spherical
shell
Opening Thought:
Changing
dimensions of a thin
How the internal pressure act on
cylinder due to
thin cylinder and failure
internal pressure
What do you understand by
the
relation
between
circumferential
and
longitudinal strain?
PPT
Chalk &
Board
10
Longitudinal
stress
circumferential stress
Can you understand by the
term change in volume?
Elaboration:

Due to internal
pressure, the cylindrical
shells are subjected to
lateral and linear strain
Such as length ,
diameter may increase
30
PPT
Can you drive the expression
an effect of internal pressure
on the dimensions of a thin
cylindrical shell?
Ask students to summarize
the answer?
ec d
L = ea L
d =
Chalk &
Board
AssignmentDrive
the
equation
of
changing
dimensions of the thin
cylinders
subjected
to
internal pressure
V = V(2e1 +e2)
Wrapping up:
Summarizing the key
points
Ask students to give their views
on the discussion topic
Chalk &
Board
Ask students to summarize
the key learning
5
How the internal stress
induced in thin cylinder and
spherical shell?
RVS Technical Campus  Coimbatore
MicroSession Plan
Thin Cylinders, Spheres and Thick Cylinders  Unit 5
Course
Class &
Batch
Session
No.
II AME
(20142017
Batch)
Strength of
Materials
Topic
Sub Topics
Type &
Duratio
n
Problems
on
stresses in a thin
Determine
the
cylindrical
longitudinal stress and
vessel subjected
circumferential stress
to
internal
pressure
Learning
Objectives:
After listening to this session, students should be able to:
Know the fundamental formulas.
Understand the techniques to solve problems
Teaching
Resources &
Aids
References:
Lecture
Session
Course Faculty
Dr.K.Mylsamy
50 mins
R1: S.S.Bhavikatti Strength of Materials
R2: Dr. R.K. Bansal Strength of Materials
R3:R.Subramanian strength of materials
Web : www.ewp.rpi.edu/hartford/users/papers/engr/ernesto/.../32658_09.pdf
Teaching Aids:
PPT and Chalk & Board
Micro Session Plan:
Session Structure
Recap of previous
session
Lecture Points
Important key points on thin
cylindrical vessels subjected to the
internal pressure
Opening Thought:
Determine the longitudinal stress
and circumferential stress
Elaboration:
Teaching
Aids
Explain:
A cylindrical pipe of diameter 1.5
m and thickness 1.5 cm is
subjected to an internal fluid
pressure of 1.2N/ mm2. Determine
longitudinal stress developed in the
pipe,
circumferential
stress
developed in the pipe
Important key points
t/d ratio = less than 1/20 hence this
is a case of thin cylinder
Duration
(in
minutes)
Interaction Points with
students
What are the types of stresses
induced while cylindrical
vessels subjected to the
internal pressure
PPT
Chalk &
Board
Chalk &
Board
35
What is the formula to find
longitudinal stress?
What is the formula to find
circumferential stress?
How to differentiate thin and
thick cylinder?
To solve three example
problems on thin cylinders
Ask students to summarize
the answer?
Wrapping up:
Ask students to give their views on
the discussion topic
Chalk &
Board
Ask students to summarize
the key learning
5
Longitudinal stress value
Circumferential stress value
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MicroSession Plan
Thin Cylinders, Spheres and Thick Cylinders  Unit 5
Course
Class &
Session
Topic
Type &
Course Faculty
Batch
Strength of
Materials
No.
II AME
(20142017
Batch)
Sub Topics
Thin
cylindrical
vessel
subjected to
internal fluid
pressure and a
torque
Drive the equation
of
changing
dimensions of the
thin
cylinders
subjected
to
internal pressure
and a torque.
Duration
Lecture
Session
Dr.K.Mylsamy
50 mins
Examples.
Problems.
After listening to this session, students should be able to:
Learning
Objectives:
Teaching
Resources & Aids
Know the equation of changing dimensions of thin cylinders subjected to internal fluid
pressure and torque
References:
R1: S.S.Bhavikatti Strength of Materials
R2: Dr. R.K. Bansal Strength of Materials
R3:R.Subramanian strength of materials
Web :
www.ewp.rpi.edu/hartford/users/papers/engr/ernesto/.../32658_09.pdf
Teaching Aids:
PPT and Chalk & Board
Micro Session Plan:
Session Structure
Recap of previous
session
Lecture Points
Teaching
Aids
Discus about the problem
solving methodologies
Duration
(in
minutes)
Interaction Points with
students
What is important key points
while solving thin cylindrical
problems
10
How the shear stress will be
induced?
PPT
Opening Thought:
Elaboration:
Thin
cylindrical
vessel
subjected to tensile stresses
accompanied by a shear stress
Chalk &
Board
Explain the concept of a thin
cylindrical vessel subjected to
internal pressure and a torque
PPT
Chalk &
Board
What is the equation of major
principal stress?
30
What is the equation of minor
principal stress?
What is the equation of
maximum shear stress?
Wrapping up:
Ask students to give their views
on the discussion topic
Chalk &
Board
Ask students to summarize
the key learning
How the shear stress will be
induced?
RVS Technical Campus  Coimbatore
MicroSession Plan
Thin Cylinders, Spheres and Thick Cylinders  Unit 5
Course
Class &
Batch
Sessio
n No.
Topic
Sub Topics
Type &
Duration
Course Faculty
Strength of
Materials
II AME
(20142017
Batch)
Change
in
dimensions of a
thin
spherical
shell due to an
internal pressure
Drive the equation
of
changing
dimensions of the
thin
cylinders
subjected to an
internal pressure
Lecture
Session
Dr.K.Mylsamy
50 mins
Learning
Objectives:
After listening to this session, students should be able to:
Know the equation of changing dimensions of thin spherical shell.
Know the relation between two mutually perpendicular stresses and shear stresses.
Teaching
Resources & Aids
References:
R1: S.S.Bhavikatti Strength of Materials
R2: Dr. R.K. Bansal Strength of Materials
R3:R.Subramanian strength of materials
Teaching Aids:
PPT and Chalk & Board
Micro Session Plan:
Session Structure
Recap of previous
session
Lecture Points
Teaching
Aids
Discussion about major and
minor principle stresses in thin
cylindrical vessels.
Duration
(in
minutes)
Interaction Points with
students
What is mean by maximum
shear stress
= ( major principal stress
minor principal stress)
Opening Thought:
Change
in How the internal pressure act on
dimensions of a thin spherical shell and failure
thin spherical shell
due to an internal
pressure
Chalk
Board
Elaboration:
What is the equation of
dimensional changes in thin
spherical shell?
Explain
the
dimensional
changes in thin spherical shell
Recap the previous topic: 1
and 2 at any point are equal.
There is no shear stress at any
point in the shell.
Chalk &
Board
35
v / v = 3PD/ 4tE (1 )
Ask students to give their views
on the discussion topic
Discuss about the answer of
the equation.
AssignmentDrive
the
equation
of
changing
dimensions of the thin
cylinders
subjected
to
internal pressure.
d / d = Pd (1)
4tE
Wrapping up:
What type of stresses induced
in thin spherical shell?
Chalk &
Board
Ask students to summarize
the key learning
What type of stresses induced
in thin spherical shell?
RVS Technical Campus  Coimbatore
MicroSession Plan
Thin Cylinders, Spheres and Thick Cylinders  Unit 5
Course
Class &
Batch
Session
No.
Topic
Sub Topics
Type &
Duration
Course Faculty
Strength of
Materials
Learning
Objectives:
Teaching
Resources & Aids
II AME
Explanation
on
Wire winding
(20147
Wire winding of
of thin cylinders
2017
thin cylinders
Batch)
After listening to this session, students should be able to:
Understand the concept of winding stress in wire(tensile)
Understand the concept of avoiding failure of thin cylinders
References:
Lecture
Session
Dr.K.Mylsamy
50 mins
R1: S.S.Bhavikatti Strength of Materials
R2: Dr. R.K. Bansal Strength of Materials
R3:R.Subramanian strength of materials
Web : www.nptel.ac.in/courses/Webcourse.../pdf/module9%20lesson1.pdf
Teaching Aids:
Chalk & Board
Micro Session Plan:
Session Structure
Recap of previous
session
Lecture Points
Teaching
Aids
Duration
(in
minutes)
Interaction Points with
students
What is the equation of
lateral changes in spherical
shell?
Dimension changes in thin
spherical shell
5
What is the equation of
volumetric
changes
in
spherical shell?
Ask to submit assignment.
Opening Thought:
Wire winding of thin cylinders
Chalk &
Board
What is mean by wire
winding of thin cylinders?
What is the structure of Wire
winding of thin cylinders?
Elaboration:
Explain about
 Wire winding of thin cylinders
with simple diagram.
Importance of wire winding in
thin cylinders
Write the mode of failures of
the thin cylinder?
Chalk &
Board
35
 Advantage of wire winding in
thin cylinders
Write advantage of wire
winding in thin cylinders.
Ask students to summarize
the answer?
Assignmentwrite
the
concept of wire winding in
thin cylinder.
Wrapping up:
Ask students to give their views
on the discussion topic
Chalk &
Board
5
Ask students to summarize
the key learning
Wire winding thin cylinder
Advantage of wire winding
thin cylinders
RVS Technical Campus  Coimbatore
MicroSession Plan
Thin Cylinders, Spheres and Thick Cylinders  Unit 5
Course
Class &
Session
Topic
Sub Topics
Type &
Course Faculty
Batch
Strength of
Materials
No.
II AME
(20142017
Batch)
Duration
Problems on
thin spherical
shell
Explain
the
problems on thin
spherical
shell
subjected to an
internal pressure
Examples
Lecture
Session
Dr.K.Mylsamy
50 mins
Problems
Learning
Objectives:
After listening to this session, students should be able to:
Know the thin spherical shell problem solving methodology
Understand the concept of failure of the thin spherical shell due to internal presure.
Teaching
Resources & Aids
References:
R1: S.S.Bhavikatti Strength of Materials
R2: Dr. R.K. Bansal Strength of Materials
R3:R.Subramanian strength of materials
Web : www.nptel.ac.in/courses/Webcourse.../pdf/module9%20lesson1.pdf
Teaching Aids:
PPT and Chalk & Board
Micro Session Plan:
Session Structure
Recap of previous
session
Lecture Points
Wire winding in thin cylinders
Opening Thought:
Duration
(in
minutes)
5
Problem : A spherical shell of
internal diameter 0.9 m and of
thickness 10 mm is subjected to
an internal pressure of
2
1.4 N/ mm .Determine the
increase in diameter and
increase in volume
Chalk &
Board
10
30
Take suitable elastic constants.
submit
the
What is the formula of
volumetric strain in thin
spherical shell?
To solve two example
problems on thin cylinders
Ask students to summarize
the answer?
Wrapping up:
Ask students to give their views
on the discussion topic
Ask
to
assignment.
What is the procedure to
determine the value d, v?
PPT
Chalk &
Board
Interaction Points with
students
What is the formula of lateral
strain in thin spherical shell?
PPT
Determine the change in
diameter and change in volume
of the thin spherical shell
Elaboration:
Teaching
Aids
Chalk &
Board
Ask students to summarize
the key learning
What is the formula of lateral
strain in thin spherical shell?
RVS Technical Campus  Coimbatore
MicroSession Plan
Thin Cylinders, Spheres and Thick Cylinders  Unit 5
Course
Strength of
Materials
Learning
Objectives:
Teaching
Resources & Aids
Class &
Batch
Session
No.
II AME
(20142017
Batch)
Topic
Sub Topics
Introduction about
thick cylinders
Thick
cylinders
Stress in
cylinders
thick
Type &
Duration
Course Faculty
Lecture
Session
Dr.K.Mylsamy
50 mins
After listening to this session, students should be able to:
Understand the concept of thick cylinder.
Understand the concept of stresses in a thick cylindrical shell.
References:
R1: S.S.Bhavikatti Strength of Materials
R2: Dr. R.K. Bansal Strength of Materials
R3:R.Subramanian strength of materials
Web : courses.washington.edu/me354a/Thick%20Walled%20Cylinders.pdf
Web : elearning.vtu.ac.in/12/enotes/Des_MacEle2/Unit2ASS.pdf
Teaching Aids:
PPT and Chalk & Board
Micro Session Plan:
Session Structure
Recap of previous
session
Lecture Points
Teaching
Aids
Discus about the problem
solving methodologies
Opening Thought:
Duration
(in
minutes)
Interaction Points with
students
What is the formula of
change in dimension the
spherical shell
PPT
Thick cylinders
Chalk &
Board
What is thick cylinder?
10
Elaboration:
Explain the concept of thick
cylinders
 Explain stress in a thick
cylindrical shell with simple
diagram
What you mean that thick
cylinder?
PPT
Chalk &
Board
What is the difference
between thin and thick
cylinders?
30
What are the stresses induced
in thick cylinder?
What is the equation of radial
pressure?
Px = b / x2
Wrapping up:
Ask students to give their views
on the discussion topic
Chalk &
Board
a
Ask students to summarize
the key learning
5
What is thick cylinder?
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MicroSession Plan
Thin Cylinders, Spheres and Thick Cylinders  Unit 5
Course
Strength of
Materials
Learning
Objectives:
Teaching
Resources & Aids
Class &
Batch
Session
No.
II AME
(20142017
Batch)
10
Topic
Sub Topics
Type &
Duration
Compound
cylinders
Explain
the
concept
of
compound
(or)
shrunk cylinders
Lecture
Session
Course Faculty
Dr.K.Mylsamy
50 mins
After listening to this session, students should be able to:
Understand the concept of shrunk cylinders
Understand the importance compound cylinders
References:
R1: S.S.Bhavikatti Strength of Materials
R2: Dr. R.K. Bansal Strength of Materials
R3:R.Subramanian strength of materials
Web : elearning.vtu.ac.in/12/enotes/Des_MacEle2/Unit2ASS.pdf
Teaching Aids:
Chalk & Board
Micro Session Plan:
Session Structure
Recap of previous
session
Lecture Points
Teaching
Aids
Duration
(in
minutes)
Interaction Points with
students
What is mean by thick
cylinders?
Thick cylinders
Stresses in thick cylinders
5
How many stresses are
developed in the thick
cylinders? Name them.
Radial stress
Hoop stress
Longitudinal stress
Opening Thought:
Compound or shrunk cylinders
Chalk &
Board
10
Explain the structure and
important concept of compound
cylinder
Elaboration:
Explain stresses in compound
cylinder
(explain the concept of
reduction of the circumferential
stresses)
What is compound cylinder?
What are characteristics of
compound cylinder?
How stress reduced
compound cylinders?
Chalk &
Board
30
in
Ask students to summarize
the answer?
Final stress = initial stress +
stresses due to fluid pressure
If compound cylinder subjected
to internal fluid pressure, both
internal & external cylinder
subjected to hoop stress.
Wrapping up:
Ask students to summarize
the key learning
How to reduced hoop stress?
Ask students to give their views
on the discussion topic
Chalk &
Board
Due to compound cylinder
circumferential stress
reduced
Inner cylinder put into initial
compression
Outer cylinder will put into
initial tension
RVS Technical Campus  Coimbatore
MicroSession Plan
Thin Cylinders, Spheres and Thick Cylinders  Unit 5
Course
Strength of
Materials
Learning
Objectives:
Teaching
Resources & Aids
Class &
Batch
Session
No.
Topic
Sub Topics
II AME
Stresses in
Drive the
(201411
compound
equation of stress
2017
thick cylinder in compound bar
Batch)
After listening to this session, students should be able to:
Understand the concept of stresses in compound bar
Know the equation of stresses in compound bar
References:
Teaching Aids:
Type &
Duration
Lecture
Session
Course Faculty
Dr.K.Mylsamy
50 mins
R1: S.S.Bhavikatti Strength of Materials
R2: Dr. R.K. Bansal Strength of Materials
R3:R.Subramanian strength of materials
Web : elearning.vtu.ac.in/12/enotes/Des_MacEle2/Unit2ASS.pdf
Chalk & Board
Micro Session Plan:
Session Structure
Recap of previous
session
Opening Thought:
Lecture Points
Teaching
Aids
Compound cylinder
Duration
(in
minutes)
Explain One of the methods
to reduce hoop stress with
simple diagram.
Stresses in compound thick
cylinder
Chalk &
Board
10
Hoop stress maximum
at the inner radius
Hoop stress tensile in
nature
caused
by
internal fluid pressure.
Hoop stress Internal
fluid pressure
P =B/ r12 A
B constants
Using above equation
to determine the value
of hoop stresses
In compound cylinder how to
reduce stresses?
Why want to reduce hoop
stress?
How to reduced hoop stress?
Explain the concepts of stresses
in compound cylinder

What is mean by compound
cylinder?
What type of stress
maximum at inner radius of
the normal cylinder?
How the internal pressure act on
compound bar
Elaboration:
Interaction Points with
students
What are the methods to
reduce hoop stress?
Chalk &
Board
What is equation of reducing
hoop stress?
30
Wrapping up:
Ask students to give their views
on the discussion topic
Chalk &
Board
Ask students to summarize
the key learning
Why want to reduce hoop
stress?
How to reduced hoop stress?
RVS Technical Campus  Coimbatore
MicroSession Plan
Thin Cylinders, Spheres and Thick Cylinders  Unit 5
Course
Strength of
Materials
Class &
Batch
Session
No.
II AME
(20142017
Batch)
Topic
Sub Topics
Lames
theorem
12
Explain the
concept &
assumption of
lames theorem.
Type &
Duration
Lecture
Session
Course Faculty
Dr.K.Mylsamy
50 mins
Examples
Learning
Objectives:
After listening to this session, students should be able to:
Teaching
Resources & Aids
Understand the concept of lames theorem
Know the assumptions of lames theorm
References:
R1: S.S.Bhavikatti Strength of Materials
R2: Dr. R.K. Bansal Strength of Materials
R3:R.Subramanian strength of materials
Web : https://www.safaribooksonline.com/library/view/...of.../ch10sec2.xhtml
Teaching Aids:
Chalk & Board
Micro Session Plan:
Session Structure
Recap of previous
session
Lecture Points
Teaching
Aids
Duration
(in
minutes)
Interaction Points with
students
What type of stress
maximum at inner radius of
the normal cylinder?
Stresses in compound thick
cylinder
10
Why want to reduce hoop
stress?
How to reduced hoop stress
Opening Thought:
Lames theorem for thick
cylinders
Chalk &
Board
10
What is the use of lames
theorem?
Lames theorem gives
solution for thick cylinders.
Elaboration:
Explain the concept of lames
theorem
Explain the assumptions of
lames theorem
Material
of
Explain the concept of lames
theorem
with
simple
diagram?
the
cylinder
is
homogeneous
and
isotropic.
Plane sections of the
cylinder perpendicular
to
axis
the
longitudinal
remain
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Board
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plane
Assumptions
theorem
under the pressure.
Wrapping up:
Ask students to summarize
the answer?
Ask students to give their views
on the discussion topic
of
lames
Ask students to summarize
the key learning
Chalk &
Board
Why want to reduce hoop
stress?
Direct Teaching Techniques
Black board
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Indirect Teaching Techniques
Demonstration
Video Lecture
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TEXT BOOKS:
1. Bansal, R.K., "Strength of Materials", Laxmi Publications (P) Ltd., 2007
2. Jindal U.C., "Strength of Materials", Asian Books Pvt. Ltd., New Delhi, 2007
REFERENCES:
1. Egor. P.Popov Engineering Mechanics of Solids Prentice Hall of India, New Delhi,
2001
2. Subramanian R., "Strength of Materials", Oxford University Press, Oxford Higher
Education Series, 2007.
3. Hibbeler, R.C., "Mechanics of Materials", Pearson Education, Low Price Edition,
2007
4. Ferdinand P. Been, Russell Johnson, J.r. and John J. Dewole "Mechanics of Materials",
Tata McGraw Hill Publishing co. Ltd., New Delhi, 2005.
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