The exhaustive list of topics in Strength Of Materials in which we provide Help with Homework Assignment and Help with Project is as follows:

• Strength of materials :
• Free body diagram revisited – its importance.
• Classification of structures and components.
• Notion of stress – normal stress, shear stress and bearing stresses.
• Stresses on inclined plane in an axial member.
• Notion of strain – normal strain, shear strain.
• Mechanical properties – elasticity, plasticity, creep, fatigue, buckling.
• Deformation of axial members.
• Compatibility.
• Statically indeterminate problems.
• Stress:
• Stress at a point – matrix of stress / stress tensor.
• Symmetry of stress tensor.
• Equilibrium of a body – differential equations of equilibrium.
• Different states of stress – uniaxial, biaxial, plane stress.
• Transformation of plane stress
• Extension to 3-D.
• Principal stresses.
• Maximum shear stress.
• Mohr’s circle.
• Strain:
• Strain at a point – matrix of strain / strain tensor.
• Symmetry of strain tensor.
• Different states of strain – uniaxial, plane strain.
• Transformation of plane strain.
• Extension to 3-D.
• Principal strains.
• Mohr’s circle for plane strain.
• Mechanical properties:
• Generalized Hooke’s law.
• Lame’s constant.
• Elastic modulus.
• Bulk modulus.
• Relationship between different elastic constants.
• Bending:
• Shear and bending moments.
• Shear and bending moment diagrams.
• Pure bending – beams with symmetric cross-sections.
• Beams with composite cross-section.
• Shear stresses in beams.
• Deflections in beams.
• Torsion:
• Torsional moment diagrams.
• Torsion formula for circular cross-sections.
• Maximum normal and shear stresses.
• Angle of twist.
• Energy methods:
• Stored energy in elastic members – axial, torsional, bending.
• Castigliano’s theorem.
• Application of Castigliano’s theorem to different classes of problems.
• Virtual work principles.
• Application of virtual work principles to classes of problems.
• A peep into Finite element Method.
• Elastic stability:
• Notion of stability of equilibrium.
• Euler buckling.